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  • 11/29/2012 12:21 PM Henry V wrote:
    The mercy that was quick in us but late,
    By your own counsel is suppress'd and kill'd:
    You must not dare, for shame, to talk of mercy;
    For your own reasons turn into your bosoms,
    As dogs upon their masters, worrying you.
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  • 11/29/2012 2:10 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Too bad Queen Ana wasn't read that passage when still a Decider.
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  • 11/29/2012 8:46 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Clinton was President when conduct leading to disbarment occurred. Ana was a Judge. If Judge Crow rules against her she can be in deep water.
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  • 11/29/2012 8:47 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Where was Ken Jenne?
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  • 11/29/2012 11:00 PM Anonymous wrote:
    everybody's fault but mine
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  • 12/11/2012 2:13 PM Larry Smith wrote:
    Clinton was NOT disbarred. His license was suspended for 5 years. Disbarment is permanent; suspension is not.

    If the facts are true about the judge, she should at least be permanently defrocked, and her license to practice law suspended for a term. There are degrees of culpability for which sanctions should be commensurate.
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  • 12/11/2012 3:03 PM Anonymous wrote:
    I get a little sick of people acting like Clinton is some sort of a God. The truth is he is a low life that made a fool of himself, his wife and his daughter. What a national disgrace.
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  • 12/11/2012 7:03 PM Anonymous wrote:
    clinton disbarred by supreme court
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  • 12/13/2012 9:56 AM hardcore wrote:
    Gardiner's crybaby statement "I couldn't continue to work in that place" after getting caught in a lie sure makes for good tv, but I gotta say I can understand her feelings about working in a place that promotions are based on lies and ass kissing. Gotta hand it to her, she sure is a peace of work. And the prosecutor she played around with? Sure sounds like some sort of stalking problem this chick has. Wasn't she caught stalking this same dude from her car after running into a car and then leaving the scene at a party she wasn't invited to? Emotional problems? Yeah, I'd say she got it caught in the ringer and lied and now wants to cry about the consequences she has to face. She needs to get slapped hard. But, then again, considering she was a judge, this ain't no big thang. We got a bunch of judges here that don't think the rules apply to them at all. I say dump them all at the polls and keep'em straight. They like being at the top but don't like the slide down. You'd think for all the money they're ripping the taxpayers off for they could keep their pants on. I'll bet u she liked better before when she could make everybody miserable and thought nobody could touch her. That is except for her boyfriends. It's funny it took another chick to take her down though. She's the one that deserves a metal for telling the truth about it.
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  • 12/16/2012 12:20 PM Gardiner Grind wrote:
    Say what you will but Gardiner has pushed it to the brink of absurdity. Sure, she wants to keep her license, but does she think this is doing her badly damaged rep any good?
    Why would she have resigned if she felt she had done nothing wrong?
    The proof is in her resignation and all the rest of it has more to do with limiting any further damage to her ability to make money and her future career absent her ability to ever be a judge again which has already been determined.
    How she defines "social relationship" at this point doesn't amount to anything but a desperate attempt to save her license. The rest is a charade.
    I don't know about anybody else, but this crying game from the witness stand before the Bar is just about as ridiculous as the rest of her story. It's like she has no shame at all and even at this juncture sees nothing wrong in what she did even when her rendition of the faithful night at Timpanos doesn't match what the other three witnesses of the incident in question remember and testified to before the JQC; Independent witnesses, two of which have nothing to do with the criminal justice system or the imagined people that somehow for reasons unknown wanted to play a part in bringing her down.
    It's a sad scenario coming from a former Broward Judge that got caught in the act, an act that was ill thought out if she even thought about what she was doing at all besides to flatter herself before a male prosecutor who just happened to be the one trying the case before her.
    Nobody likes to see anyone go through something like this, but the question remains whether these are actions appropriate coming from a judge at all and whether she should have been at a drinking establishment in the company of those described to begin with during this or any other trial.
    You get tired and almost sick at the self-aggrandizing attitude of some of these people who think the rules don't apply to them when they sit in positions often times deciding life or death issues.
    She's but one of them and I can certainly understand why she finds herself in what she has described as a "depressive hole".
    Depression is often times caused by what is a struggle with one's own conscience over something you know you should not have done and where there is yet remaining what the mind considers unresolved issues of a moral nature.
    Former Judge Gardiner should have done some real soul searching this time before she testified before the Bar and realized that it is much better to face the music with dignity than to try once again to duck the consequences of one's actions.
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  • 12/16/2012 3:04 PM Anonymous wrote:
    There is no action this woman could take that would make you people happy. No matter what she does or doesn't do one of you will blast her for it.
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  • 12/16/2012 3:44 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Every one knows if you're cheating on your spouse you are not happy in your marriage or you wouldn't be on the prowl. You're a fool that got caught cheating so don't make a bigger fool of yourself by trying to deny it. The only thing you end up doing is making yourself look like wimp thats afraid of their spouse and ensuring that you really did have the affair. If you're not happy have some class and get a divorce instead of looking like a old fool trying to get some.
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  • 12/16/2012 4:38 PM Getitright wrote:
    Neihter of them were married, dunce.
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  • 12/16/2012 6:16 PM Anonymous wrote:
    If the shoe fits wear it
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  • 12/16/2012 6:29 PM Anonymous wrote:
    How soon they forget
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  • 12/16/2012 6:40 PM Anonymous wrote:
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  • 12/21/2012 11:59 AM DSM wrote:
    12:20 you presume gardiner actually had a soul to search--she is a pure sociopath that by definition has not moral compass consistent with normal society--she needs a cell next to Hanibal Lecter. As the man in the movie said--twe seldom get one in captivity to study.
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