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Science Hill, KY

#1 Apr 4, 2014
does anyone know what happen in
court today

Brownsville, TN

#2 Apr 4, 2014
They go next week

Pineville, KY

#3 Apr 5, 2014
Leave them along

London, KY

#4 Apr 6, 2014
Hope Its True

Manchester, KY

#5 Apr 6, 2014
I hope it's true and I heard they will all be set free with the time they served. God is Great !!!
Big Pucci

Flat Lick, KY

#6 Apr 6, 2014
The FBI should set up a field office in a Manchester. Louisville is too far away.

Somerset, KY

#7 Apr 7, 2014
they'll walk

Manchester, KY

#8 Apr 7, 2014
I hope u r right leave them alone an let them go on with their lifes praying that they stay free
Judge n a Jury

London, KY

#9 Apr 8, 2014
They walked!! Hope the first three that pled have to go back.

London, KY

#10 Apr 8, 2014
Judge n a Jury wrote:
They walked!! Hope the first three that pled have to go back.
Who and why?
You Know

Louisville, KY

#11 Apr 9, 2014
Four sentenced to time served.
Mountain girl

Manchester, KY

#12 Apr 9, 2014
Does anyone really know who got sentenced to what?

Hudson, OH

#13 Apr 9, 2014
100 days home incarceration and 2 years supervised release.

Annville, KY

#14 Apr 9, 2014
welcome home Cletus!!!!

Clayhole, KY

#15 Apr 9, 2014
Just in time for the county election.

Flat Lick, KY

#16 Apr 9, 2014
Dont you all got nothing else to do but gossip about other peoples troubles talk about your own mistakes you have made

London, KY

#18 Apr 9, 2014
I am glad they are home, the original sentences was extreme for the crime. Now they just need to move on and enjoy their families!

Pineville, KY

#19 Apr 10, 2014
Good luck to all of them. I would vote for any of them if they could run

Flat Lick, KY

#20 Apr 10, 2014
pop wrote:
does anyone know what happen in
court today
LEXINGTON, Ky.(AP)- A former judge and three other officials in eastern Kentucky have been sentenced to time served after pleading guilty to charges alleging widespread vote fraud.

A federal judge said during a sentencing hearing on Tuesday that three of the defendants - former Clay County Circuit Judge R. Cletus Maricle, former school superintendent Doug Adams and former election officer William Stivers - must serve 100 days of home incarceration.

The Lexington Herald-Leader ( ) reports they were also place on supervised release for two years, along with the fourth defendant, former county clerk Freddy W. Thompson.

Prosecutors said the men used the Clay County Board of Elections to buy or steal votes in 2002, 2004 and 2006.

U.S. District Judge Karen Caldwell described their actions as "nothing short of despicable."

Annville, KY

#21 Apr 10, 2014
Glad they are home,vote buying has been going on for years.My opinion to get the scum we had in office out they had to buy votes.Freddy and Doug are good people.I dont know Cletus and Stivers.

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