Daily, I deal with a life left in ruins by Judge Randy Kennedy and his Seventh Circuit Court. Daily, Kennedy continues his ruin of lives systematically and methodically (well, as much of a method as he can muster; his corrupt way of dealing is quite easy to see through).
It’s a dark world you enter when thrust into his court. Kennedy has used the term “unconscionable” in every session I’ve ever attended (it’s probably a new word he just learned and can’t use it enough). Kennedy has no conscience. Even more so, he’s a danger to society and must be impeached immediately.
I would love to walk away and dismiss him and this experience from my memory as much as possible, but I’m constantly being made aware of abusive conservatorships going on in his court. In fact, I have yet to encounter one case where there is NOT a financial angle all tied to Kennedy and the probate bottom feeders called lawyers that surround him. No one has come up to me and expressed how grateful they are for Judge Kennedy and the conservatorship he put them in. NOT ONE. The ONLY voices that support him are attorneys that profit from his courtroom (you can find them on his campaign contribution file; stay tuned, we are going to target each attorney and make sure their names are forever synonymous with Kennedy who is now the face of courtroom corruption in Davidson County). With the first hand knowledge I have of the despicable acts perpetrated by this court, a moral imperative is imposed. What is going on in this court is unconscionable. I cannot remain silent while this court continues to flaunt it’s false sense of protection while ruining lives. Not to mention the corruption, racketeering and other crimes committed on a daily basis.
Let it be known, Judge Kennedy. 10,000 views and growing; without any effort other than those who have been moved to follow the moral imperative. We aren’t going away. That sound you’re hearing behind you? It’s the sound of your evil ways catching up. You will reap what you’ve sown… seventy times seven.
ImpachRandyKennedy: The Moral Imperative