Commission makes ruling on candidate

Aug 17, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Inter-Mountain

The Upshur County Commission ruled Thursday that the Buckhannon man still seeking to have his name on the November sheriff's ballot will have to put up a $1,500 bond to appeal an earlier decision to the county's Circuit Court.

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“.May the odds be ever with you”

Since: Jul 12

United States

#1 Aug 17, 2012
Did he post the bond and appeal or did he not.
Whos Stupid
#2 Aug 17, 2012
The County Commission ruled againt the advice of the STATE'S SPECIAL COUNCIL and then wants taylor to put up a bond????? The commission only ruled the way they did because they are afraid to do what is right. The STATE'S SPECIAL COUNCIL has the final say but the county commission thinks that they can over rule it??? Who is more stupid here
duh
#3 Aug 17, 2012
Whos Stupid wrote:
The County Commission ruled againt the advice of the STATE'S SPECIAL COUNCIL and then wants taylor to put up a bond????? The commission only ruled the way they did because they are afraid to do what is right. The STATE'S SPECIAL COUNCIL has the final say but the county commission thinks that they can over rule it??? Who is more stupid here
Apparently you!
duh2

Elkins, WV

#4 Aug 17, 2012
Whos Stupid wrote:
The County Commission ruled againt the advice of the STATE'S SPECIAL COUNCIL and then wants taylor to put up a bond????? The commission only ruled the way they did because they are afraid to do what is right. The STATE'S SPECIAL COUNCIL has the final say but the county commission thinks that they can over rule it??? Who is more stupid here
WTF are you talking about? If the "STATE's SPECIAL COUNCIL" has the final say, then why does the county commission have anything to do with the matter? You're just posting ignorant babblings.
duh3

Penn Laird, VA

#5 Aug 17, 2012
You're absolutely right. Taylor filed his petition with the co. commission saying THEY were the ones to rule on it, which they did, and ruled against him. Now, the commission is wrong (duh) and it's the State's Special council that should make the ruling - Taylor, Pugh, Rylands, and Gillums are gonna twist this anyway they can to get the answer they want. If one group doesn't rule in their favor, well, let's appeal it to somewhere else. Blah, blah, blah

If they only knew how very ignorant and arrogant they are looking - more and more each day. But not to worry, ole Taylor's cronies will foot the bond amt. too, right CJ? Remember, Taylor was fired from Wesleyan, soooo where's all his money for lawsuits and appeals and bonds coming from these days?

How sad that our community is becoming the laughing stock of the state for this mess Taylor and his crew started.

“.May the odds be ever with you”

Since: Jul 12

United States

#6 Aug 17, 2012
The next step is an appeal to the Circuit Court which is going to cost Taylor a $1500 bond. Probably Judge Keadle will not be able to hear it and some other county circuit Judge will. From there Stte Supreme Court.

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