Hillary Clinton’s lawyers may yet face justice for destroying evidence

A lawsuit that seeks to force the Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission to investigate Hillary Clinton’s lawyers will not be dismissed, according to an order that I received today, and those lawyers may yet have to answer for destroying thousands of emails.

In a long footnote, Anne Arundel Circuit Judge Ronald A. Silkworth rejected the rationale of Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh, an ardent Clinton supporter, to dismiss the case on its face.* That means bar prosecutors will have to explain themselves, and they may have to turn over documents and answer questions under oath.

Frankly, I’m surprised. I’ve previously written about how the Arkansas Bar buried my complaint against Mrs. Clinton, and how the D.C. Bar buried my complaint againstRead more

Arkansas Bar gives Hillary Clinton a pass, but this ain’t over yet

Arkansas Bar prosecutors dismissed a misconduct complaint against Hillary Clinton this week, claiming “there does not appear to be a sufficient basis for a formal complaint” despite Congressional referrals to the Justice Department for perjury and obstruction of justice.

Michael Harmon, the deputy director of the Arkansas Supreme Court’s Office of Professional Conduct, suggested in a July 24, 2017 letter to me that the grievance was dismissed at least in part because the Justice Department ultimately did not file criminal charges against Mrs. Clinton. He also cited the fact that “grievances filed by you with other disciplinary agencies were dismissed against attorneys who were involved in certain aspects of the conduct of which you complain,” and he noted that I have 20 days to file an appeal (consider it done).

Mr. Harmon was referring to the grievances that I filed in D.C. and Maryland against David Kendall, Cheryl Mills, and Heather Samuelson, the three attorneys who destroyed thousands of emails while representing Mrs. Clinton. My regular readers will recall that Elizabeth Herman, an Obama donor and the chief deputy prosecutor at the D.C. Bar, dismissed my complaints without an investigation, then the D.C. Court of Appeals covered up the cover up. … Read more

Hearne forced to release documents about Sgt. Tallywacker

The City of Hearne released records this evening that include complaints, X-rated texts and sexual misconduct allegations against former police Sgt. Stephen Yohner, a.k.a. “Sgt. Tallywacker,” and the complaints describe an atmosphere of sleaze, corruption, and incompetence throughout the police department.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton ordered the city to release the documents on June 28, 2017 after the city unsuccessfully appealed my April 7, 2017 open records request. As I reported back on April 22, 2017, Sgt. Tallywacker was placed on administrative leave after a female employee accused him of sending her a photo of his gonads.

It turns out the photo was only the tip of the iceberg. If half of the allegations against Chief Thomas Williams and his command staff are true, the department should be abolished and police services should be contracted out to the sheriff’s department.

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