Saturday, October 16, 2010

Pre-Meditated Verdicts

I sometimes question why they even hold court in Dearborn/Ohio County. I guess people like James Humphrey and Aaron Negangard feel like they have some obligation to go through the motions to give the appearance that they are abiding by the rules. They have a tendency to reverse engineer the legal system; they determine the verdict before trial, and then work backwards and gather information during legal proceedings that help to rationalize their decisions. I want to reinforce that I’m not offering an opinion on the heinous nature of Andrew Conley’s crimes, but what people won't read about the Andrew Conley trial is that it was nearly impossible for the Court to determine the mental/psychological state of Andrew Conley because Judge James D. Humphrey and Prosecutor Aaron Negangard appoint psychologists like Dr. Edward J Connor to participate in criminal and civil proceedings. Judge Humphrey and Prosecutor Negangard have a history of ex parte communications with Dr. Connor and they share ex parte evidence in an attempt to get desired verdicts. If people try to question the relationship between Humphrey, Negangard, and Connor, they are punished in Court and are harassed by law enforcement. Judge Humphrey protects Dr. Connor from releasing records that would incriminate Dr. Connor in unethical and illegal conduct. Prosecutor Negangard abuses his authority and initiates investigations against people who question the unethical/illegal behavior of Dr. Connor, in an attempt to intimidate and harass. Prosecutor Aaron Negangard turns his head when Dr. Ed Connor engages in interstate mail and wire fraud, and then threatens to prosecute those who speak out about the situation. I'm not here to argue whether Andrew Conley is less guilty or innocent, I'm just letting people know that Judge James D. Humphrey and Prosecutor Aaron Negangard use professionals like Dr. Edward J Connor to get the results that they want. They are pretty good at it too. Humphrey knows how to word judgments that hinder the appellate process. Negangard sends out mass emails to county officials to try to try to rationalize illegal investigations.

I'm not a lawyer or a judge and I don't profess to know whether Andrew Conley's verdict is appropriate; I'm just raising the issue of what happens when Humphrey and Negangard pre-determine verdicts in everyday life? What happens if one of Negangard's drinking buddies hits you with their car. Are you going to have a fair chance at trial? I'm sure there are a few of you who are reading this that feel that the prosecutor's office "overlooked" important aspects of your complaints. I'm sure there are probably a few "acquaintances" of Negangard's whom have benefitted from this "overlooking". What happens if you question why Judge Humphrey's appointed expert isn't licensed by the state of Indiana and gives conflicting testimony? Judge Humphrey will punish you so he can appoint his unlicensed expert, who also doesn't tell the truth, the next time. Judge James D. Humphrey and Prosecutor Aaron Negangard are the epitome of the cliché small town, “the night the lights went out in Georgia” crooked justice. “Anyone who doesn't take truth seriously in small matters cannot be trusted in large ones either.” -Albert Einstein. For more information or to contact me, go to If Judge Humphrey, Prosecutor Negangard, or Dr. Edward Connor finds this to be slanderous, feel free to sue me or arrest me. My name is Dan Brewington.

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