Flunking the wicked smelly skunk test:
CT judges / prosecutors & Badaracco homicide
How judges & prosecutors circle the wagons to shaft public, protect themselves
By Andy Thibault
What a coincidence.
Two of the judges who ruled in 2012 to keep grand jury testimony secret in the Mary Badaracco homicide not only signed warrants in the case, they also served with fellow judges who participated in the leak of grand jury information to the prime murder suspect in 2010.
In this regard, judges Jon Alander and Hillary Strackbein flunked the wicked smelly skunk test. Their apparent conflict of interest looks bad, smells bad and is really bad. Why would any rational citizen have reason to believe that Alander and Strackbein upheld the integrity of their office in this heinous case?
The list was provided promptly this week by the Connecticut Judicial Department ...
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