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Browsing Archive: January, 2011

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Will Never Reverse Judge Lokuta Decision - Doing So Would Implicate the Supreme Court Itself

Posted by Larry Hohol on Monday, January 31, 2011, In : Current News 
Upwards of 40 Complaints filed against Conahan and Ciavarella and all were dismissed by the Judicial Conduct Board when in fact C&C admitted they were committing unspeakable felonies while on the bench. Most of the witnesses who testified against Judge Lokuta have been arrested, removed from office, or worked directly for those who have. The Chairman of the Judicial Conduct Board was business partners with Conahan. Attorney Dick Sprague who spearheaded the removal of Judge Lokuta while sittin...
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Editor-in-Chief of the Nation’s Oldest Law Journal Seems to Agree With Me About Judge Lokuta

Posted by Larry Hohol on Wednesday, January 26, 2011, In : Thoughts about Judicial Corruption 
Count me among those who used the terms, "Unbelievable, Shocking, and Disappointing.”  Add to that list “Totally Predictable.”  Many months ago I publicly predicted that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court would NEVER rule in favor of a new trial for Judge Lokuta.  I also stated that their decision would have NOTHING to do with the facts of the case or the law of the land but rather more with their concerns surrounding a new trial and the exposure that the Judicial Conduct Board would then r...
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What the "Kids for Cash" Scandal Implies About Judicial Corruption

Posted by Larry Hohol on Saturday, January 22, 2011, In : Thoughts about Judicial Corruption 
I just read a new blog about the "Kids for Cash" scandal on the website "Judicial Council Watcher".  The link to the website is at the end of this blog.

As an author, I want to start off by telling you that your article was extremely well written, informative, and thought provoking.  Good job!

I am a Luzerne County native and am in the process of writing a book about the, “Kids for Cash” scandal.  In part, my Preface reads as follows:

"The nagging question is why would an entire “Judicial ...

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Were the proceedings to remove Judge Lokuta tainted?

Posted by Larry Hohol on Saturday, January 15, 2011, In : Current News 
Were the proceedings to remove Judge Lokuta tainted?  That is the real question here.  The Chairman of the Judicial Conduct Board was business partners in TWO businesses with the now indicted Judge Conahan.  Most of the 30 individuals that testified against Judge Lokuta worked directly for Conahan and Ciavarella and some of them have since also been indicted on corruption charges.  Upwards of 40 complaints had been filed against Conahan and Ciavarella prior to the Lokuta proceedings including...
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Congressman Kanjorski said about a Man Campaigning for Governor: “Put Him Against the wall and Shoot Him!”

Posted by Larry Hohol on Wednesday, January 12, 2011, In : Current News 
Imagine Kanjorski calling someone else...  anyone else, A CROOK!  I don’t think anyone out there thinks that he meant what he said on most subjects let alone this one.  I believe he literally didn’t want to take Governor Rick Scott out and put him against a wall and shoot him, however he did say it and it is called rhetoric. Anti-rhetoric is what all the politians who are trying to make hay with these days and are using it to bash their opposition.  Kanjorski must not have gotten the memo...
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Wilkes-Barre Area School District Board Members should be embarrassed... But they're not!

Posted by Larry Hohol on Tuesday, January 11, 2011, In : Current News 
The Wilkes-Barre School District should change the name of the Daniel J. Flood Elementary School to the Major Richard Winters Elementary School.  Major Winters is a true American Hero and I would never ask a son of mine to grow up and be just like Congressman Flood.  God bless America.

The Times-Leader article: 'Band of Brothers" Inspiration Winters Dies at 92

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Where Paul Kanjorski Should Spend His Golden Years

Posted by Larry Hohol on Monday, January 10, 2011, In : Current News 
In a new Scranton Times-Tribune interview Paul Kanjorski ADMITS that there is widespread corruption in his district.  Imagine that!

I have a question.  In the two plus decades that Mr. Kanjorski served as our Congressman, what did he do about this widespread corruption?  At best, NOTHING.  At worst, he participated in it.  Why didn’t the best and brightest of Corporate America want to participate in the development of Water Jet Technology?  The answer is because it had already been develope...

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I'm Not a Fan of Judge Lokuta, BUT....

Posted by Larry Hohol on Saturday, January 1, 2011, In : Current News 
My comments about Judge Lokuta have stirred some impassioned reactions from readers of my newspaper article comments and my blog.

Let me make it clear.  I am not a fan of Judge Lokuta.  That being said, we know that a number of people who testified against Judge Lokuta were committing felonies at the same time they testified against her.  We also know that the Chairman of the Judicial Conduct Board was business partners in TWO businesses with one of those admitted felons (Conahan) thus creatin...

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