I was certain that the powers that be would move quickly to have Judge Blankenship's public endorsements pulled from the internet. That's why I copied the endorsements before writing about it. The fact that Judge Blankenship's endorsements were immediately removed indicates that there was something wrong with Blankenship lending the prestige of the Prosecutor's Office and the Dearborn County Courts to advance the interests of private business. Now I have to face a potentially angry Judge Blankenship and an even more angry Prosecutor Aaron Negargard because I have further documented further misconduct on the part of Dearborn County Judicial and Criminal Justice Systems. Click here to see Judge Blankenship's endorsements.
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Judge Blankenship's public endorsements removed from the internet
Judge Sally Blankenship is supposed to be the judge in my case if Dearborn County Prosecutor Aaron Negangard gets the indictments that he wants. The only problem is, Judge Blankenship and the Dearborn County Courts and Prosecutor's Office publicly endorse their IT contractor whom I will have to subpoena information from. At least they used to publicly endorse their IT contractor. On February 21, 2011, I publicized Judge Blankenship's public endorsement and how it violated Judicial Canon 2(B). Today, all of Judge Blankenship's endorsements are removed from the internet... well almost.