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    Re: Judge Wilfred Carter

    Posted by Mary Fontenot on 8/23/09

    I have to agree with Mr. Hardy Parkerson. Too many times has
    Judge Carter sided with the criminals, letting them go, posting
    low bonds or no bonds. What kind of message is this sending to
    our law enforcemnt officers and the public. Deputy Logan
    Armistead lays in a coma from a beating by two individuals. One
    individual of which Judge Carter let loose on $500,000 Security
    Bond. Which means no money had to be put up front What if this
    young Deputy does not make it through this. Then we will have a
    murderer running lose. How do we get justice with that kind of
    Judge. He should be removed from the bench. He has made too
    many serious mistakes letting criminals off too easy.

    On 8/15/09, concerned wrote:
    > On 8/01/09, Hardy Parkerson, J.D. wrote:
    >> Judge Wilfred Carter is the best judge on
    >> the Bench in Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana;
    >> sometimes called "Calciraq Parish". Thelocal
    >> newspaper trashes him because it sells
    >> papers. The White racists hate him
    >> because he takes care of his "constituency".
    >> Of course, judges are not supposed to have
    >> "constitutiencies"; but we all know they do.
    >> There is more to it all than this, but this
    >> is something to think about.
    >> Sincerely,
    >> Hardy Parkerson, J.D.
    >> Lake Charles, LA
    >> (Retired from law practice
    >> after 41 years)
    > Carter is a real low life and lets criminals out with no
    > bail, most of which reside in his district, The others are
    > female inmates who manage to be let out without paying any
    > bail. Now I guess he really decided to step the sleaze up to
    > a whole new level by letting someone out who not only
    > assaulted a cop but knowingly assaulted him. He has time and
    > time again put the public at risk by letting criminals out
    > of jail for little or no bail money. He is everything wrong
    > with our justice system wrapped up in an incompetent
    > nutshell. The only thing this guy is good at is giving aid
    > and comfort to criminals. If you want to release a criminal
    > to prey upon the public, let them stay in your district
    > judge, not mine.

    Posts on this thread, including this one
  • Judge Wilfred Carter, 8/01/09, by Hardy Parkerson, J.D..
  • Re: Judge Wilfred Carter, 8/15/09, by concerned.
  • Re: Judge Wilfred Carter, 8/23/09, by Mary Fontenot.
  • Re: Judge Wilfred Carter, 9/19/09, by Hardy Parkerson, J.D..
  • Re: Judge Wilfred Carter, 12/21/11, by chris ybarra.

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