Mississippi judge jails attorney for not reciting Pledge of Allegiance

A Mississippi judge jailed a lawyer for several hours for refusing to recite the Pledge of Allegiance, ordering the attorney to "purge himself" of contempt by standing and repeating the oath like the rest of the courtroom. Full Story
Choice

Tupelo, MS

#2109 Nov 19, 2013
tree hugger wrote:
<quoted text> The trouble is we can be locked up for being selective about which laws we will obey
That depends on who you know and how good a lawyer you have. Money counts.
Country chick

United States

#2110 Nov 19, 2013
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Choice

Tupelo, MS

#2111 Nov 19, 2013
Country chick wrote:
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A prime example of corruption and a person getting away with it.
Edward Allen

Seattle, WA

#2113 Nov 20, 2013
This amount to judicial misconduct and warrants corrective action being taken by the governing body for judges. The only requirement should be to arise when the judge enters the court room. I remember as a child we did the pledge of allegiance in school in MS which failed to affords equal protection of the law for all citizen. The attorney should rec an apology from the judge for his arrogance and ignorance.
Adam

Pearl, MS

#2114 Nov 22, 2013
America will fall. You can count on it. When "the people" chose to elect a pagan leader they willfully turned their back on JESUS CHRIST the LORD! Get ready.. Repent believe and be baptized and thou shalt be saved. JESUS IS LORD
Sure

Tupelo, MS

#2115 Nov 23, 2013
Adam wrote:
America will fall. You can count on it. When "the people" chose to elect a pagan leader they willfully turned their back on JESUS CHRIST the LORD! Get ready.. Repent believe and be baptized and thou shalt be saved. JESUS IS LORD
America will decline not because of religion but because of corrupt beliefs. Secular humanism is the government guide but then they are sinners and the more a person takes for himself the less the rest believe.
tarrri

Fulton, MS

#2116 Nov 23, 2013
kathleen wrote:
<quoted text>
I do not salute the flag because of a Bible trained conscience but that does not mean I am unhappy here. I like this country and the freedoms we are supposed to have...like free speech, the exclusionary clause in the constitution of the US, freedom to worship as we please. We who do not salute the flag are admonished to heed the law and show respect for the superior authorities. I think the judge here needs to eat some roughage and 'purge' himself
amen sister.....

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#2117 Nov 25, 2013
Sparta wrote:
He should have enuff respect for the Flag to repeat the Pledge of Allegiance. It repisents all the "Men and Women" that fought and died for Your Fredom.
No, actually, it doesn't "repisents" them at all. In fact, the "pledge of Allegiance" represents socialism. And, since we're talking about freedom, that means the freedom to not be forced to utter useless nonsense by others. In fact, if you followed this case at all, then you'd know that the judge in this story was censured and fined, there will be no more making people utter useless nonsense in that judge's courtroom.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#2118 Nov 25, 2013
Adam wrote:
America will fall. You can count on it. When "the people" chose to elect a pagan leader they willfully turned their back on JESUS CHRIST the LORD! Get ready.. Repent believe and be baptized and thou shalt be saved. JESUS IS LORD
LOL, speaking of utter nonsense, the bible doesn't mention the US, the US flag, nor does it even mention the bald eagle. But, the bible also allows men to have more than one wife, and that the age of sexual consent is just after puberty, which would be about 12-13 years old, right?

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#2119 Nov 25, 2013
http://courts.ms.gov/Images/Opinions/CO70311....

That judge got his ass handed to him on this.:v
American

Irvine, CA

#2120 Dec 7, 2013
Good job running that down Richard. The judge folded like a reed in a hurricane. THE MISSISSIPPI COMMISSION ON
JUDICIAL PERFORMANCE v. TALMADGE LITTLEJOHN found that "Judge Littlejohn has admitted all charges of misconduct and joins the Commission’s recommendations."

They'll take our liberty if we LET them. Note the "joins the Commission's recommendations" part. To me, in my opinion, it shows how easily they fold when presented with real personal consequences. Of course, they have no problem levying those on you and I. So what does that tell you?
Richard_ wrote:
http://courts.ms.gov/Images/Op inions/CO70311.pdf
That judge got his ass handed to him on this.:v
Tracy

Toronto, Canada

#2122 Dec 12, 2013
slim

Tupelo, MS

#2123 Dec 13, 2013
This thread has failed.
Now it makes sense

Tupelo, MS

#2124 Dec 15, 2013
Well now it makes sense. So the same judge was involved with the racist organization that decades ago required loyalty oaths to Mississippi's segregationist regime. It's a small leap from that involvement in the Sovereignty Commission to, in your waning years, requiring oaths of allegiance in your courtroom. If anything, the judge has gotten more reasonable in his elder years.

http://darkhorsemississippi.blogspot.com/2013...
Americans

Laurel, MS

#2126 Dec 20, 2013

Since: May 10

Houston, TX

#2127 Dec 20, 2013
kathleen wrote:
<quoted text>
I do not salute the flag because of a Bible trained conscience but that does not mean I am unhappy here. I like this country and the freedoms we are supposed to have...like free speech, the exclusionary clause in the constitution of the US, freedom to worship as we please. We who do not salute the flag are admonished to heed the law and show respect for the superior authorities. I think the judge here needs to eat some roughage and 'purge' himself
We don't salute the flag or say the pledge for the gov. Or foe the bible. We do them for tge people the died so we could be free.
Spot

Tupelo, MS

#2128 Dec 20, 2013
snuffsmith wrote:
<quoted text> We don't salute the flag or say the pledge for the gov. Or foe the bible. We do them for tge people the died so we could be free.
We are not free when you are forced to by insurance or you phones are followed. Or when you are searched by the TSA.
PerilousPlight

Sumrall, MS

#2129 Dec 20, 2013
And Justice For All, has become Just us, not ya'll.
http://politix.topix.com/homepage/6847-is-ame...
When

Tupelo, MS

#2130 Dec 20, 2013
Exactly when will the American public have the next revolution?

Since: May 10

Houston, TX

#2131 Dec 23, 2013
Spot wrote:
<quoted text>
We are not free when you are forced to by insurance or you phones are followed. Or when you are searched by the TSA.
like I said. I don't do those things for the gov. And as for obamass care . In not for it. And for my phone. Im not with that either. And if the f'n Muslim would guit trying to kill us. We wouldn't have to be searched by the tsa.

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