Minnesota Senate Judiciary Chair Mee Moua reneges on commitment
This is the introduction to a story that I wrote on Examiner.com concerning Minnesota Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Mee Moua's reneging on a commitment to meet with Minnesota Citizens Supporting Minnesota Judicial Reform and Accountability.
In my previous article, "Minnesota Judicial Tyrants play their ugly Apparatchik jand" (January 25, 2010) [ http://twurl.cc/274t ]; I indicated that I was sending an email/fax to all Minnesota Representatives and Senators requesting whether they were for or against addressing Corruption in the Minnesota Judiciary. (said email/fax appears at end of this article.)
This article is one in a series of follow-up articles on this topic.
For the new reader, here is a summary of the events to date.
Approximately 4 years ago a group of Minnesota Citizens recognized a pattern of Judicial corruption and injustice in the Minnesota Judiciary. About two years ago, I joined that group. The group has been prevented from presenting testimony before either the Minnesota House or Senate Judiciary Committees. The Chairpersons of those Judiciary Committee's Rep. Joe Mullery and Senator Mee Moua, simply refuse to allow the matter to be heard before their respective committees. Last summer, some of the persons involved in this group from the beginning became frustrated and vowed to be more assertive in pursing judicial reform. They first asked to schedule on camera interviews asking Senators and Representatives to explain why they opposed judicial reform. And when they were refused interviews, a citizen reporter and a camera man confronted them in the halls of our capitol going between meetings, etc. I did not believe that the situation was as bad as they indicated and decided to take a more reasoned approach in the Senate...
And from there the saga continues.