Judge james G. Weddle
knightwolf

Lexington, KY

#21 Apr 12, 2012
if you people would stay your a## out of trouble you would not need to see a judge in the frist place so to ever trouble maker that went before james g weddle . you all forget about the 12 people siting there its the job of them 12 people to tell the judge what to do with you in short 12 of your peers judges your fate in a court room they tell the judge to set you free or to lock you up and throw away the key
repeats

Lexington, KY

#22 Apr 13, 2012
knightwolf wrote:
if you people would stay your a## out of trouble you would not need to see a judge in the frist place so to ever trouble maker that went before james g weddle . you all forget about the 12 people siting there its the job of them 12 people to tell the judge what to do with you in short 12 of your peers judges your fate in a court room they tell the judge to set you free or to lock you up and throw away the key
Exactly! And was Jimmy pissed off when he had ppl in his court for the 10th or 50th time? Heck yeah! He knew everyone and their families and histories. He was a FAIR Judge and a fair MAN. His JUDGEment saved a family member of mine and I won't forget him. Rest in peace, James. You and Darrell have a bootlegged drink on me!
A friend

Radcliff, KY

#23 Apr 13, 2012
Still shakin' my head after reading such filthy comments concerning my friend.

I knew Mr. Weddle when he was an attorney. He didn't know me or my family, but was friendly and kind to all. Without a doubt, he had to have many friends in this world. Friendly, very funny, and kind is exactly how I will always think of him.
redneck 34

United States

#24 Apr 13, 2012
He's dead and gone show some respect my family worked for jimmy tommy all of and yeah they thee my ass in jail but I deserved every bit of it to the family im sorry people are so disrespectful
i know

Stockbridge, GA

#25 Apr 13, 2012
r.i.p now your turn to meet the real JUDGE may he have mercy god bless good luck
firecracker81

Nicholasville, KY

#26 Apr 13, 2012
knightwolf wrote:
if you people would stay your a## out of trouble you would not need to see a judge in the frist place so to ever trouble maker that went before james g weddle . you all forget about the 12 people siting there its the job of them 12 people to tell the judge what to do with you in short 12 of your peers judges your fate in a court room they tell the judge to set you free or to lock you up and throw away the key
I've never ever been in front of him for anything, never been in trouble in my life! However, I did have some dealings with him when he was an attorney, so I do know him well. As I said though, I won't say anything besides he has a judge now just like we all will one day. My sympathy does go out to the family and friends though.
i know

Stockbridge, GA

#27 Apr 14, 2012
firecracker81 wrote:
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I've never ever been in front of him for anything, never been in trouble in my life! However, I did have some dealings with him when he was an attorney, so I do know him well. As I said though, I won't say anything besides he has a judge now just like we all will one day. My sympathy does go out to the family and friends though.
dont pay knightwolf he not all there
Fact

Painted Post, NY

#28 Apr 14, 2012
i know wrote:
<quoted text>dont pay knightwolf he not all there
The fact is judge weddle let trashy women have custody of kids when the mother was staying all night with men in hotels with the kids present! Ignored health issues concerning the kids! Then you would have something in writing and notarized and signed by him and both parties involved then depending on what mood he was in played a role on if he would make the person abide by what he had signed even if they was in contempt of court !Then he has been known to throw out what he has signef!Then there is tommy weddle stays drunk at the bars and takes up for white trash mothers !We dont need tommy to represent our county for child support! I dont wish death on anyone but judge weddle was bias i have seen it many of times!
Finally justice is served

Nicholasville, KY

#29 Apr 14, 2012
repeats wrote:
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Exactly! And was Jimmy pissed off when he had ppl in his court for the 10th or 50th time? Heck yeah! He knew everyone and their families and histories. He was a FAIR Judge and a fair MAN. His JUDGEment saved a family member of mine and I won't forget him. Rest in peace, James. You and Darrell have a bootlegged drink on me!
You seem to be forgetting or omitting that he was also over family court as well. Apart from criminal cases many inocent families and children were harmed by this tyrant. For it was not a matter of the best interests of the children with him, it was who was the highest bidder or who was being represented by one of his buddies that, more than once, were the deciding factors in his decision making process. Maybe its just me, but I fail to see anything honorable or fair about placing a child in a home to be subject to physical, verbal, and sexual abuse just to help out his friends budding new law firm...in my opinion anyway.

He was nothing but a tyrant hiding behind a black robe. As he once said after a lawyer once informed him that he was breaking the law while overseeing a custody case..."I wear the robe and I will MAKE the law in this courtroom." He sounded more like some dictator than a honorable judge...no more better than the likes of Saddam Hussien, Just as the people of Iraq breathed a sigh of relief when Saddam died, I'm sure many breathed a sigh of relief when this tyrant died as well.

May God judge him with the same fairness as he gave others under his oath as sworn to God is Ill I hope for. I think that would be fair and justice enough for him.

I know for some this may seem awful to say about a dead man but its nothing I wouldnt say and have said to his face.

May he live in the tourment and anguish he has caused the innocent in life...that namely being the children he was suppose to and had the power to protect....Amen
Sarah Weddle South

Louisville, KY

#30 Apr 14, 2012
So, he hid behind his robe? Not unlike you hide behind an anonymous name and make your remarks here.

Since my father is gone, drive to the top of Walnut Hill, ring the doorbell and feel free to say everything you wished to say to him to me.

I no longer have to care what anyone in this decrepit town thinks - my father devoted his life in service here, which took more courage than those of you hiding behind your laptops can ever claim.

So, brave, witty, wronged ones - share your complaints with his widow and children. But, remember: now WE are free to share what we think of YOU, as well.
Finally justice is served wrote:
<quoted text>
You seem to be forgetting or omitting that he was also over family court as well. Apart from criminal cases many inocent families and children were harmed by this tyrant. For it was not a matter of the best interests of the children with him, it was who was the highest bidder or who was being represented by one of his buddies that, more than once, were the deciding factors in his decision making process. Maybe its just me, but I fail to see anything honorable or fair about placing a child in a home to be subject to physical, verbal, and sexual abuse just to help out his friends budding new law firm...in my opinion anyway.
He was nothing but a tyrant hiding behind a black robe. As he once said after a lawyer once informed him that he was breaking the law while overseeing a custody case..."I wear the robe and I will MAKE the law in this courtroom." He sounded more like some dictator than a honorable judge...no more better than the likes of Saddam Hussien, Just as the people of Iraq breathed a sigh of relief when Saddam died, I'm sure many breathed a sigh of relief when this tyrant died as well.
May God judge him with the same fairness as he gave others under his oath as sworn to God is Ill I hope for. I think that would be fair and justice enough for him.
I know for some this may seem awful to say about a dead man but its nothing I wouldnt say and have said to his face.
May he live in the tourment and anguish he has caused the innocent in life...that namely being the children he was suppose to and had the power to protect....Amen
i know

Stockbridge, GA

#31 Apr 14, 2012
Sarah Weddle South wrote:
So, he hid behind his robe? Not unlike you hide behind an anonymous name and make your remarks here.
Since my father is gone, drive to the top of Walnut Hill, ring the doorbell and feel free to say everything you wished to say to him to me.
I no longer have to care what anyone in this decrepit town thinks - my father devoted his life in service here, which took more courage than those of you hiding behind your laptops can ever claim.
So, brave, witty, wronged ones - share your complaints with his widow and children. But, remember: now WE are free to share what we think of YOU, as well.<quoted text>
thats ok to loveyour father and i dont think liberty will miss you sarah
Fact

United States

#32 Apr 14, 2012
Sarah Weddle South wrote:
So, he hid behind his robe? Not unlike you hide behind an anonymous name and make your remarks here.
Since my father is gone, drive to the top of Walnut Hill, ring the doorbell and feel free to say everything you wished to say to him to me.
I no longer have to care what anyone in this decrepit town thinks - my father devoted his life in service here, which took more courage than those of you hiding behind your laptops can ever claim.
So, brave, witty, wronged ones - share your complaints with his widow and children. But, remember: now WE are free to share what we think of YOU, as well.<quoted text>
Well its a fact that when you was 16 running the roads of liberty you was dating men twice your age and your dad james weddle bailed you out of many situations and it was kept quite and if that isnt using power and who you know to get what you want I dont know what is!So dont play innocent with the people of this site and let them say their opinion just like you just did!
Sarah Weddle South

Louisville, KY

#33 Apr 14, 2012
I'm not 16 now - I don't hide behind anything or anyone - can any of you say the same?

Apparently not.
i know

Stockbridge, GA

#34 Apr 14, 2012
Sarah Weddle South wrote:
I'm not 16 now - I don't hide behind anything or anyone - can any of you say the same?
Apparently not.
you have to you a weddle you speciel you dad ran the co he was the law you a brat cupcake
lady

Warsaw, IN

#35 Apr 14, 2012
You all need to shut up he is dead and gone.His family has feelings and one day you will meet your maker and let him be your judge talk like this will not get you into heaven.Its is plain stupid and indecent to talk about the dead this way.May God bless his family.
Grapevine

Versailles, KY

#36 Apr 14, 2012
Yes, he is gone.. Now we have to worry that another Weddle could take his place. If Tommy gets his job it will be just as bad, he is a snake in the grass who also is bias toward his buddies, and the good ole boy system. I think Casey Countians should start writing letters to the Govenor and discourage him from placing Tommy on that bench come November. When you law enforcement and court system is run by the Weddles, nothing good comes from it. As for Judge Weddle's daughter, you need to be spending your time grieving you father, not on Topix reading the opinions of the people he ruled over. Last time I checked this is still America and we have the right to express our opinions, and Mr. Weddle ain't here to take that right away.
Finally justice is served

Nicholasville, KY

#37 Apr 14, 2012
Sarah Weddle South wrote:
So, he hid behind his robe? Not unlike you hide behind an anonymous name and make your remarks here.
Since my father is gone, drive to the top of Walnut Hill, ring the doorbell and feel free to say everything you wished to say to him to me.
I no longer have to care what anyone in this decrepit town thinks - my father devoted his life in service here, which took more courage than those of you hiding behind your laptops can ever claim.
So, brave, witty, wronged ones - share your complaints with his widow and children. But, remember: now WE are free to share what we think of YOU, as well.<quoted text>
Sarah,
I dont have to say to you what I "wished" I'd said to your father I told him exatly waht I thought of him while he was alive. Alot of things I may or may not be, a coward is not one.

With that being said, I am sorry you lost a father and I apoligize for upsetting you and hurting your feelings and thats alot more sympathy I ever got from anyone after Judge Weddle sentenced my wife to death, left my son without a mother, and my stepson to be physically and sexually abused by unjustly giving him to the very people who molested and raped her and her siblings through most of there adolescent life.

They wre caught lying many times throughout a bogus custody hearing even by photograpic eveidence at that. Had he had been a fair and impartial judge, my wife would still be alive today and my kids would have a mother. How would you like to explain to a 4 yr old why we has no mother when he see other kids with theres?

I know to you I sound like some low life sob for writing what I did..but as painful as that may be to you its even more so to me reading about what such a great and fair judge he was. I guess he was good to those who want to praise him but he wasnt to everyone and that was his job...to be fair and impartial and for the ones who know the complete truth he was anything but.

Im not hiding from anything I've already said more than enough for anyone to figure out who I am, not only did no one make it easy for me to learn the true nature of the way things are run around here...I am only giving the same in return.

For anyone wanting to only hear what a great judge he was my best advice would be to stick to our beloved impartial news paper and stay away from topix.

I'm sorry for your personal loss and truely do apologize to his family for my coldness in my own defense though...it was Judge Weddle who turned my heart this way.
omg

United States

#38 Apr 14, 2012
sentenced your wife to death? what did she do? it must have been bad what ever it was.
Finally justice is served

Nicholasville, KY

#39 Apr 14, 2012
omg wrote:
sentenced your wife to death? what did she do? it must have been bad what ever it was.
*shakes head*

She comitted suicide after weddle gave her then 3 yr old son to the man who molested and raped her and her other siblings. While waiting for an apeal that takes two years her little boy told us that he started "touching" him too. It was more than she could bare..I wathed her die piece by piece for over 6 a year from being so stricken with grief that she couldnt even eat or sleep. She made two attempts I was able to save her from the thrid I couldnt. I woke to find her cold body laying next to me the one morning.

What did she do to get her child taken away?
She left the home of the people who raped and molested her for 8 years. They got caught lying in court several times..by photographic eveidence. Weddle decided by their lies and their lies alone the it was in "the best interest" of her son to be givin to child molesters. They accused us of doing drugs, when it was them doing and drugs AND selling...at the request of us and our lawyer Weddle refused to do drug or dna testing (my wife believed till the day she died her son was her stepfathers from when he raped her) We begged to take urine, blood, and/or hair tests for drugs..he wouldnt allow it. Anyone with a third of a brain could see it was decided before we ever stepped into the courthouse.

So yeah, I guess she did do two horrible things...
She left the home of her rapist and she trusted Weddle to be a fair judge and for justice to finally be done to the people who abused her...she was given neither but Weddles good friend Overstreet got to mark up a victory for his brand new lawfirm.

A alot more injustices were done during that hearing but that is the main points of it. Point being had he been fair and impartial my wife would be alive today, my son and step son would have a mother, and a serial rapist and child molester would be where he belongs...who now by the way has moved from here and is with a woman who has 2 young daughters for him to enjoy...after the 5 other siblings had gotten to old to molest he has moved on to new ones now.

Is that too hard for you to understand???
Oh but no

Adel, GA

#40 Apr 14, 2012
Its His Turn To be Judged wrote:
Well, his time has came! He has put children into bad homes, treated people like dirt, and used that little black gown like a dictator to ruin people's lives! He was trash, and now, Casey County doesn't have to feel the tyranny any longer!! Today is a GREAT day for the people here!! Rest In Peace? I think not!
Your a sick freak,and law breaker. Or u wouldent be so happy. Its not cool to damm ppl. karma really is a bitch. Judge not little criminal.

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