• Andrew Thomas: Lone Crusader for Justice
    posted by Mike McClellan at 25 April, 11:12 AM  0 
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    So Andrew Thomas isn’t going to appeal his disbarment (you can read the article here).


     The Board of Supervisors has taken his lawyers away from him.  Really, though, they’ve taken our funding his lawyers away from Thomas.

     Which begs the question:  Can’t he find someone to represent him pro bono, if he’s been abused by our abusive judicial system?  Someone’s gotta be out there to protect the brave Thomas from the “corrupt judiciary.”

     Just how corrupt?

     According to Thomas, completely.  Every part of the legal system — beyond, of course, Maricopa County’s Joe Arpaio — is engaged in a vast conspiracy against the corruption-crusader Thomas.

     Says Thomas, “ Also, because of the extensive relationships between the Supreme Court and the judges and officials I’ve sued or prosecuted, the court cannot possibly be impartial and will only rubberstamp the railroad job I have just been through.”

     Yep, from the Board of Supervisors, to numerous county attorneys who disagreed with Thomas when he shipped his cases to them, to the entire state judiciary,  they’ve all ganged up on the Lonely Crusader for Justice, Andrew Thomas.

     Who’s either delirious, deceptive, or delusional.

     Or all of the above.




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