Justice in Clinton case could prevail in some kind of judicial censure, removal of Adrian

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I simply cannot believe what has transpired in the Drew Clinton case.  There are no adjectives that can be published to describe how many are feeling about this. 

Quincy making national news must make some smile and, for those with a conscience, cringe. What occurred is wrong.

Reading the transcripts, it is amazing that Judge (Robert) Adrian has the gall to pre-emptively admonish the courtroom attendees for any emotions they may have. Telegraphing exoneration of a sexual assault perpetrator is rich (and this title seems too benign). 

Schnack has the gall to complain about the constitutionality of laws, yet those are what are to be upheld in a court.  Isn’t that what judges are supposed to do? Enforce laws that legislatures enact?

Schnack stated the young lady had been making decisions all night long for herself. Well, Clinton made decisions too. He decided to digitally penetrate Vaughan.

Not sure quite how Adrian can dignify himself by stating, “The Court is required to do justice.” Justice could perhaps prevail in some kind of judicial censure and hopefully removal. Clinton serving 148 days (in the county jail) is apparently plenty of punishment, according to Adrian. 

What about the lifelong punishment the victim will bear at this travesty?  

Deanne (Plonka) Montgomery
Buffalo, NY

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