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Corruption is in full swing in the Maryland Judiciary!


The Maryland Court of Special Appeals in Annapolis.

The latest graft disclosures in the Maryland Judiciary, in which documents filed with the court disappear and judges ignored overwhelming misconduct of attorneys involved in cases, underscores just how complicated the war on corruption in Maryland and elsewhere has become. We have heard that a person can buy their case in most Maryland courts if they have the money, or the connections.

This unfortunate incident is a painful reminder of a reality that points to a general collapse in the war on corruption in the state of Maryland and in Prince George’s County in particular. Other counties such as Montgomery County are the epicenter of the misconduct alleged here with connection to other counties.

The war on graft in the Judiciary is not isolated from the national war on corruption that is currently in progress in Maryland and throughout the country. We must continue to request help and work closely with the U.S State attorneys and other leaders committed to reforms in various parts of the country.

For effective war on corruption to be waged, we need all the three arms of government working in sync: This is because, for effective delivery of service, these arms of the state must interact.

For example, if the Executive decided to fight corruption to the exclusion of either the Judiciary or Legislature, the likelihood is that the other two will sabotage such an endeavor. We have seen this first hand after several Maryland delegates in Prince George’s County joined forces to ruin our careers in conspiracy with others.

Much as the Judiciary is an independent arm of government, judicial officers do not have the individual independence to immunize themselves from corruption.

Corruption erodes the independence of our courts. Most judicial officers do not want an independent Judiciary because it reins in their desire to be corrupt.

A wholesome effort is necessary, but the challenge comes once it is clear that society worships the beneficiaries of corrupt dealings. Rather than become an expensive, nauseating enterprise, more people are being attracted to this enterprise because it provides one with the ‘sweet’ opportunity of scaling the economic ladder.

In Prince George’s County, the U.S Attorney office tried to wage this complex war during the tenure of former County Executive Jack Johnson, but from the look of things the County, the Judiciary and personnel connected to the executives are back to being its former true self.

These latest disclosures concerning Federal bribery charges filed over Prince George’s County liquor licenses suggest that corruption is still in full swing in Prince George’s County and in the state of Maryland. Further investigations will review that, the same arm of government that is supposed to fight corruption without any reservations might be heavily involved in some circles. As citizens, we must request for anyone involved to resign their seats.

The tragedy in all this is that, as bad as these events are, the local state Judiciary has not shown a single person with the fire in the belly who can lead the war on corruption and so effectively.

What is needed is a person who can cultivate respect among peers and instill fear in errant judicial and state officers throughout Maryland and set an example for others to follow.

We need new judicial leaders in Maryland who can make cartels and officers engaged in professional misconduct and fraud throughout howl with pain. On these issues, we have been actively trying to get the attention of the Baltimore Sun, the Washington Post, WUSA 9, NBC4 etc for some of these issues, but have been told by many that the politics behind newspapers has stopped some good local stories from being reported there first. So perhaps they will jump on the bandwagon once another one writes first?

All eyes are on Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr in the next few months concerning these issues if the highest courts in Maryland fail to act. As stated in the New Year message, a clean, competent, caring, accountable, inclusive and honest local government is what we must expect. If you missed it, read our new year message here.

Dr. Martin Luther King challenged our nation many years ago to live out that sacred truth: to banish the evils of bigotry, segregation and oppression from the institutions of society and the hearts of men.  He was indeed a champion of great principles, laboring mightily and in the end sacrificing his life to advance the cause of equal rights for all. At the level of first principles—in his commitments to natural rights, democratic government, and the irrelevance of race to moral personhood and just social deserts—King’s political thought might properly claim a consensus among virtually all American citizens.

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Maryland Attorney General proposes eliminating State Prosecutor.



As part of his plan to spend less money and make government more efficient, Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler on Tuesday proposed eliminating the agency that investigates corruption among public officials.

Gansler, a Democratic candidate for governor, called the Office of the State Prosecutor “a holdover from the Watergate era” that overlaps with other law enforcement offices.

“If a need arises for a special prosecutor, for instance to avoid conflict of interest, one can be temporarily appointed, as Congress does now,” Gansler said in a detailed 16-page plan on how to streamline state spending if he were elected governor.

Read more: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/politics/blog/bs-md-gansler-state-prosecutor-20140415,0,3416918.story#ixzz2yzWPr5CZ



Maryland Attorney General Debate In Annapolis.


The Young Democrats of Maryland announced that Delegate Aisha Braveboy, Delegate Jon Cardin and Senator Brian Frosh, have all recently agreed to join them for a debate on the future of equality and justice in Maryland.

The Attorney General Debate will take place on March 22nd 2014 at 1pm during the Young Democrat of Maryland‘s annual statewide convention in Annapolis, MD at the Bates Legacy Center.  Members and Maryland residents will be able to ask their questions in person or submit it via twitter.  Senator Brian Frosh is endorsed by Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker and The Maryland State Education Association (MSEA) which is the state’s largest teachers union. MSEA decided to back Senator Frosh who represents residents of Montgomery County in Annapolis.  AFSCME Council 3, another large public sector union, has also endorsed Frosh as well. So far, Washington Post poll shows that Delegate Jon Cardin is riding the wave with a comfortable lead over his opponents.

One issue of concern in Maryland which needs to be explored and fixed is the issue of Union corruption with the pipeline of money to the politicians. Something must give way to decency in the future of the county and the state of Maryland especially within the schools.

Something is just NOT alright in Maryland with organized labor. The smell is getting bigger by the day but where are the damage control experts? Who is making these unions accountable? Are employees going to close their eyes shut as they get duped?

At the beginning, we were among the staunchest defenders and believers in the union right to negotiate fairly, so we fought off the propaganda from other activists around the country in the blogs. We did so because, like any human beings, we did not want to appear we made a wrong choice to vote for anti-labor. However, given the experiences we have been through. It’s high time to create an accountability mechanism for the unions including AFSCME International pictured below and let the chips fall where they may.


Democratic Party Candidates for Maryland Attorney General Office 2014


Delegate Aisha Braveboy


Delegate Jon Cardin


Senator Brian Frosh


Role of the Unions in Maryland and ensuing corruption in the work place must be addressed throughout the state.

Read more >> Union accountability is needed now. >>>Why unions are problematic in PGCPS District. 

Union henchman threatens Beloved Maryland Senator.

Criticism of Teacher Unions 



Big Unions vs. poor workers and the inequality of life.