Georgia Judges and Prostitution Part 2


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By and Sherri Jefferson. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
In honor of Women's History Month This episode will discuss whether judges involved in the solicitation or benefits of prostitution, underage drinking and/or drugs should be allowed to seek reelection. Judges should not be above the law. The integrity of the profession and the traditions of the judiciary must be honorable, respectful and worthy of the authority it holds. There is something to be said about when judges use their "power" or "influence" to silence advocacy of people who oppose child sexual exploitation and prostitution to cover their discretions. Some of these judges have engaged in abuse of discretion and clear violations of federal law in their attempts to silence such advocates by denial of due process, etc. Federal, state and local agencies are to protect and serve the people and no judge, whether federal or state, should be authorized to serve as judge when they are knowing participants in the violation of the law of prostitution, underage drinking or drugs, especially involving anyone under the age of 18, whether they know their ages at the time of their discretions or not. Whether it includes a former fraternity gathering, at a conference, tailgate party and use of motorhome or not. It is in violation of the law! The statute of limitation for these abuses involving children trafficked goes beyond the traffickers and the pimps. The “Johns” are “rapist.” #EndDemand #HumanTrafficking

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