Thursday, November 10, 2011

Judge Amanda Williams is Having a Bad Day

Finally. It is finally her day to have to answer for her actions. I'm betting she is not going to like it when all the rocks are pulled up for everyone to see the Gestapo tactics she has used to run roughshod over Glynn and Camden Counties for a long, long time. (See my prior blog post and the comments. I should also say that I received several emails from people recalling similar stories to what Ira Glass had reported in his This American Life spot.)

Here is the link to the AP story.

Whether it goes to a full hearing or not, I don't know. She may settle. I'm hoping she doesn't settle because the people whom she has terrified for two decades deserve to have it all laid bare; they deserve some vindication with her public embarrassment.

Judge Amanda Williams could also face criminal charges if it is found she did indeed make false statements concerning the investigation (link to The Republic).

If you want to read the actual charges against her, check out this link.

Lady Justice can be really nasty when she is pushed over the line. Judge Williams has been pushing a long time and Lady Justice is finally pushing back.


Georgia Mountain Man said...

I lived down there for seven years during the past decade or so. She often made the news. Now I think I know why.

That Baptist Ain't Right said...

GMM: It is unbelievable that in 2011 America something like that could happen. Unbelievable.

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Anonymous said...

Judge Williams IS tough that I remember thinking in 2007 if George Edenfield had seen Judge Williams' court room for his parole violation instead of Judge Stephens' court room, Christopher Barrios would not have been raped and murdered three days later; he would still be alive today and he would be 10 years old

Anonymous said...

My son kept being lock up .sitting in jail in brunswick .we never live down there he was going to school there. We always knew the punishment was so harsh first time offender going to school down there (job corp).