Ex-Judge Bridget McCafferty could be suspended indefinitely from practicing law<quoted text>
This is what upsets me besides what you have just posted. Our land line telephone bill has a "Lifeline fee" or it is also "Universal fee" which is a bill for me to pay for welfare recipients, illegal immigrants, etc. to receive free cell phones with a portion of their bills paid. I don't own a cell phone.
This is also what aggravates me is that on almost every bill which comes into our household has school taxes, with the property tax being the largest with 82% going to schools. My husband and I have never had kids in public schools. Nor do I believe in paying a majority of my taxes to schools for people who pay nothing for their children to attend schools just because they are too lazy or illegally here in America.
It is a unfair tax injected on people to pick up the debts of others who refuse to work and both parties have ignited this.
So, we are paying for free cell phones, schooling, housing, food, medical care, entertainment, etc. for people who refuse to work or cheat the gov. by working off of the books.
The only one I count on is GOD. Who else can you trust?
"For a sitting judge to engage in this conduct shakes the very core of our system of justice, a system that's built upon the integrity and honesty of the individuals who are given the privilege to serve," the appeals judges wrote.
"This case is indeed extraordinary," the appeals judges continued. "For a sitting judge to knowingly lie to FBI agents after she had unethically steered negotiations in a case to benefit her associates is a shock to our system and the rule of law."
McCafferty spent most of her sentence at a minimum-security federal prison camp in Alderson, W.Va., referred to by inmates as Camp Cupcake. She worked as a clerk in the camps plumbing shop and tutored some of her fellow inmates to help them obtain their high school equivalency degrees.