Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Blogger stands by report of possible judicial impropriety in Baby Veronica case

Yesterday a blogger and author by the name of J. L. Hardee published a post alleging that the Judge Daniel E Martin, Jr. of Charleston, SC is under investigation for not disclosing a possible prior relationship with Melanie Duncan Capobianco and her father, leading to possible bias in his ruling awarding custody to the Capobiancos over the child’s biological father Dusten Brown who is a member of Cherokee Nation. The post has been removed but another post by J. L Hardee says he has been getting death threats over his reports and he has removed all posts related to the adoption case but stands by his report.

Republican Sen. Tim Scott has a new challenger for his senate seat in upcoming elections. Richland County Councilwoman Joyce Dickerson on Monday announced her campaign and said `He was selected, not elected, and guess what? He has never run a statewide campaign''. Scott was appointed to the Senate in 2012 by Governor Nikki Haley after the Jim DeMint left to pursuer a position with a conservative think-tank. Dickerson is a Democrat. We have yet to hear back from Senator Scott’s staff after we put in a call concerning his position on Senate Bill 619 which seeks to reform mandatory minimum sentencing which many say unfairly impacts minorities.

Speaking of unfairness, yesterday we reported that two actors vacationing in South Carolina reported that they were racially profiled. Both have been telling their story to national media and taken to social media to bring attention to the issue of racial profiling. Cherie Johnson and Dennis White both appeared shaken by the ordeal with Johnson in tears as she described how she was in fear for their lives. Through Twitter the actress said she would like an apology and the deputy should be put on desk duty until he learns how to treat people.

Reports are surfacing that the Democratic Party is nearly broke and having trouble paying its bills. CNN finance reports, “The Democrats' numbers speak for themselves: Through August, 10 months after helping President Obama secure a second term, the DNC owed its various creditors a total of $18.1 million, compared to the $12.5 million cash cushion the Republican National Committee is holding.”

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1 comment:

  1. good one!!
    i would like to praise about this post and according to me, its still ok. Further it would have been a better case if the quality of the microphones would been great.