Jonathan Kasen makes it official, filing yesterday in county court Group 27, currently occupied by Ian Richards.

Let the games begin ...


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  • 8/8/2013 7:58 AM Anonymous wrote:
    This is sure to divide the community along racial lines.
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  • 8/8/2013 8:41 AM Anonymous wrote:
    Kasen needs to eat too. But he should be careful what he wishes for. If he wins he won't still be able to wear pajamas during business hours.
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  • 8/8/2013 8:43 AM Anonymous wrote:
    Bober beat Dijols. Does this mean they gonna run someone against Bober too?
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  • 8/8/2013 9:42 AM Frat Stud wrote:
    Guys in my high school used to pick on the black kid. It was no big deal.
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  • 8/8/2013 10:06 AM make no mistake wrote:
    Why Richards? Is it because he ran against a sitting judge and won? Some very perplexing questions surround Kasen's choice of who to run against. I smell Billyback and Greeny at work here, not to mention Bogey playing in the background after what looks like could be a humiliating defeat with Gardiner on is hands. Somebody is trying to win a few chips back to his side of the table. Make no mistake. It's a comeback in the working with plenty of political dirtywork being dealt at the crossroads.
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  • 8/8/2013 10:09 AM Anonymous wrote:
    All I remember about Richards is the clip of him flying off the bench at a defendant like he was Denzel Washington in the movie "Siege".
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  • 8/8/2013 10:47 AM The Broward Bag Man wrote:
    The summer of 2014 is going to be a long hot summer....
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  • 8/8/2013 10:56 AM Call me Cathy wrote:
    Now this is what I'd call vagina justice.
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  • 8/8/2013 12:09 PM RACE RIOT wrote:
    There's nothing like an old fashioned race riot to liven up campaign season.
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  • 8/8/2013 12:41 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Maybe the choice to challenge Richards could merely stem from the fact that Richards was clearly not the better qualified candidate compared to the opponent he chose to run against in the last election.
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  • 8/8/2013 1:02 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Don't fool yourself. She stunk too. Thats why she lost. Arrogant Satzie she had no business judging anyone.
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  • 8/8/2013 1:50 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Quite a choice. Dumb and dumber.
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  • 8/8/2013 3:45 PM sad choice wrote:
    Dijols should have never been on the bench as far as I'm concerned. Never saw the guy behave judicially once without allot of bad attitude and some kind of entitlement twist attached to it. Richards had my vote on that basis alone. But as it turns out, I think he's been a pretty good judge. With all the bad judges sitting, I'd have rather seen Kasen run against one of them and not Richards.
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  • 8/8/2013 4:16 PM JvD - The Sequel wrote:
    It's like 2008 all over again -- Jews v. Darkie...ahem, I mean "judges who are unqualified...I'll just call them Schvartzes while I'm at the condos".....

    Part Deux.

    This time it's personal.

    Hey Kasen, after seeing Ian tackle that Defendant, I'd watch your back in the parking lot after events. That dude is one bad moth....SHUT YOUR MOUTH.
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  • 8/8/2013 4:32 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Wonder Judge Richards will work have Judy Stern as his advisor from last time. Opps was that still a secret?
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  • 8/8/2013 5:37 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Encouraging losers to run is fun, since they alone ruin their careers. The political powers will simply gain more influence with each challenge. Good job idiots!
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  • 8/8/2013 6:01 PM Dead Dan Futch wrote:
    This is one fine pickle. I wouldn't want to dip a toe in any pool either one has been swimming in, especially after they've been eating that stinky stuff they call food. I'll be abstaining for sure.
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  • 8/8/2013 6:28 PM No guts no glory wrote:
    They called Ian "loser" when he ran.

    Now he's called Your Honor as he will continue to be addressed after the election.
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  • 8/8/2013 6:30 PM Alan Schreiber wrote:
    Today, my son, Brett Schreiber, became a partner in the prominent personal injury firm of Thorsnes, Barlotta, and McGuire
    in San Diego. He can be contacted at tbmlawyers.com.

    Hope all is lucrative and inspiring in Broward - not really?
    Best wishes, Alan Schreiber
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  • 8/8/2013 6:42 PM Alan Schreiber wrote:
    Judge Richards won since he only campaigned in the black precincts and avoided the white voters who thought he was white since they never saw him. A brilliant campaign strategy in a racist
    county. Will the voters find out?
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  • 8/8/2013 6:56 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Heck, they thought "Schreiber" meant you were Jewish Al, so all Richards has to do is wear a beanie and say he's Ethiopian.
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  • 8/8/2013 7:19 PM anonymous wrote:
    Your kidding. Big Al is not jewish. I can't believe it. All those votes wasted on a goy.
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  • 8/8/2013 7:52 PM two faced wrote:
    Gelin havent you gone after other people for running against black candidates???? I remember one in particular- and your strong cry of racism. Why no criticism here? Where's the wild accusations and assumptions? Where's the outrage Gelin???
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  • 8/8/2013 7:59 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Kasen will lose. Mark my words... or anon blogging. He will go down in flames. A loser like all the others who go after incumbents when they are good judges. It's not going to be worth the fight Kasen. Cut your loses and get out now. Being an incumbent is strong in Broward. This race will be no different.
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  • 8/9/2013 9:25 AM another idiot wrote:
    Kasen? Not another small guy with a Napoleon Complex. We got enough of these idiots in black in Broward already. He should have just spent the filing fee on a penis implant and saved himself all the condo old lady azkissin to come. This place really is a cesspool where the incompetent seek elected office.
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  • 8/9/2013 10:25 AM Unlocking Karen wrote:
    Richards is one of the best judges in Broward County. That may not be saying much, but when u compare him to the others you'll come to the same conclusion. Kasen thinks he's got it in the bag but he's in for a real surprise. Some of the other judges are still smarting from Richards trouncing an incumbent judge last time and I suspect with the way things work in Broward, they put Kasen up to it. Couple that with Kasen having no business and you've got a guy running for the income it would provide. Well, he's going to make mincemeat out of Kasen this time around too. These squeaks are gonna realize they picked the wrong candidate to run against when Kasen get squashed at the polls. It'll happen early too.
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  • 8/9/2013 12:55 PM Anonymous wrote:
    The game has begun. It's Richards 2 to 1 with a handycaped race from the starting gate.
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  • 8/9/2013 1:39 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Here's mud in your eye, pal !
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  • 8/9/2013 4:06 PM Anonymous wrote:
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  • 8/9/2013 4:31 PM dirty politics wrote:
    I think every broward judge should be run against every time they are up for re-election. Keeps them clean and excercises the American Democratic ideal at the same time. Broward just seems to be the worst, the dirtiest, or the dumbest depending on how you look at it.
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  • 8/9/2013 5:49 PM PORK ROAST FOR PIGMAN wrote:




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  • 8/9/2013 5:51 PM both choices suck wrote:
    True: richards has been a bit of an ass on the bench and needs to go earn a living.

    But Kasen?! That brown noser will be a condescending prick (esp to tall lawyers), and act like he's right all the time. He's the same sellout who bailed on his former law partner, Levine, hoping he might cash out on a big case.

    I wish a woman would enter that race and let these 2 tools split the loser vote.
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  • 8/9/2013 7:58 PM Veteran Trial Lawyer wrote:
    I had heard only negative things about Richards. I recently had a somewhat complex civil case in his court. He could not have been more fair, great judicial demeanor, very patient . He was stellar. I have never seen him in action other than this one case. I was very impressed . (and I have no dog in any of these election issues)
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  • 8/10/2013 3:54 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Something's not kosher with this Pigman fellow.
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