Campaign wants Larimer Co. judges rem...

Campaign wants Larimer Co. judges removed over prosecution of innoc...

There are 17 comments on the Fox 31 KDVR story from Sep 25, 2010, titled Campaign wants Larimer Co. judges removed over prosecution of innoc.... In it, Fox 31 KDVR reports that:

Tim Masters wrongfully spent 10 years in prison and without DNA evidence overturning his murder conviction; he'd have spent the rest of his life there.

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Why R they running

Littleton, CO

#1 Sep 25, 2010
These "guys" regularly throw people in jail for the maximum sentences not showing remorse while refusing to admit to their wrongdoings, don't they? They consider the types of criminals who have no respect for the law and who stay in denial the worst of the bunch, don't they? Why are they even running again? Why is the media not all over their case for even still being judges, let alone having the pompous arrogance to run for office again? Where is the judicial system on this matter? These two took ten years off someones life by making him live in a cage, for no reason except that they were able to lie and conceal evidence to get themselves another conviction on the books for the sake of their criminal justice careers. They sure as heck deserve a lot more to happen to them besides just not getting re-elected. But I guess its a start and speaks well of some of the Larimer County residents.
department of hard labor

Denver, CO

#2 Sep 25, 2010
Both of these Judges ought to be in prison.

Time to get rid of unjust justices.
Axeman

Denver, CO

#3 Sep 25, 2010
These two, the POS JeffCo DA knowns as Scott Storey, and William August 'tax' Ritter Jr. 4 of the most vile, worthless human beings ever to contaminate
Colorado soil.
Politically Incorrect

Denver, CO

#4 Sep 25, 2010
Elect me King and these two pieces of garbage, along with a lot more starting at the State Capitol, will stand before a firing squad tomorrow morning!

Damn these two SOB'S. They both deserve to die!!!
ALF

Englewood, CO

#5 Sep 26, 2010
Vote these scumbags out and those s$%t eating grins will dissappear fast.
Fat Albert

Denver, CO

#6 Sep 26, 2010
These two f--ken idiot's ought to hung and the rouge cop that ruined Tim Masterson's life. These three piece's of s--t cost the city of Ft.Collin's 10 million dollar's.
george

Denver, CO

#7 Sep 26, 2010
You "re not the king chester! but you are the Queen! The queen of commerce city you little pervert!
nukegm

Denver, CO

#8 Sep 26, 2010
rotten, crooked judges should be hanged in puplic - along with dirty politicians.
the_punnisher

Arvada, CO

#10 Sep 26, 2010
Were need more HANGING JUDGES....These two would be a good start...

And I will even supply the rope...

More closer to home....Scott Storey would be next.

These scum foster (out)LAW and (dis)ORDER in the state of Colorado...
Axeman

Denver, CO

#11 Sep 26, 2010
Fat Albert wrote:
These two f--ken idiot's ought to hung and the rouge cop that ruined Tim Masterson's life. These three piece's of s--t cost the city of Ft.Collin's 10 million dollar's.
And they cost an innocent man 10 years of his life. There is NO $ amount that will cover that. There are certain crimes that can only be paid for in like kind. What they did to Tim Masters is one of those crimes. Blood for blood, and time for time.
Axeman

Denver, CO

#12 Sep 26, 2010
ALF wrote:
Vote these **** out and those s$%t eating grins will dissappear fast.
Lock them behind bars for 20 years, which they BOTH richly and morally deserve, and those $#!+ eatin' grins will disappear even faster.
Buster

United States

#13 Sep 26, 2010
By their lack of doing what was correct at the time they allowed a innocent man to go to jail, let the real killer remain free then go an become judges who are suppose to be unbiased and neutral in a court of law to judge other is just wrong. Not to mention all the money they cost the county in the payout to Tim Masters. Time for them to go away and let someone who is honest judge others. Good riddens to both of them.
Citizen Insane

Englewood, CO

#14 Sep 26, 2010
Buster wrote:
By their lack of doing what was correct at the time they allowed a innocent man to go to jail, let the real killer remain free then go an become judges who are suppose to be unbiased and neutral in a court of law to judge other is just wrong. Not to mention all the money they cost the county in the payout to Tim Masters. Time for them to go away and let someone who is honest judge others. Good riddens to both of them.
Not to mention the alliances they developed with other prosecutors and police officers on their way up the judicial food chain. We should all assume they indeed have a respective posse of scum continuing to help them with their dirty work even today. This is way beyond sickening.
the_punnisher

Longmont, CO

#15 Sep 27, 2010
This just in:

Prosecutor in Ted Stevens case commits suicide

Now if a DC prosecutor can do the right thing, why can't these scum do the same?
department of hard labor

Denver, CO

#16 Sep 27, 2010
the_punnisher wrote:
This just in:
Prosecutor in Ted Stevens case commits suicide
Now if a DC prosecutor can do the right thing, why can't these scum do the same?
I surely agree with you.

Anyone familiar with the Stevens case and the political ramifications of the same would agree with you.
Jeri P

United States

#17 Oct 3, 2010
Where can we get a yard sign that says no on judges Blair and Gilmore?
Jeri P

United States

#18 Oct 3, 2010
Let everyone know the names of these two criminal judges and vote NO!

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