Open letter to Lexington Judge, Honorable ErnestoScorsone
November 19th, 2010 2:31 am ET
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I have been following the false arrests of PleasLucian Kavanaugh forsome time now. I recentlyre-
posted Lucian's blogdetailing the shenanigans thathe has dealt with in his most recent attempt atfreedom. This has led to some interesting newdevelopments.The police officer that accused Lucian has beenreprimanded. Detective Elizabeth Adams wascharged with unsatisfactory performance andviolation of DOP Gen. Order 73-2H Operational rule1.11. Her punishment is 40 hours suspension withoutpay and an employee development program to becompleted within 6 months. I don't know about youbut that leads me to question the reliability of hertestimony and decision to single out Mr. Kavanaugh.Bobby Gullette just filed a motion to put Lucian in jailuntil trial (February 23) because of what he wrote inhis blog and I re-posted. He even submitted aphotocopy of his blog into the record. Lucian hascourt today, November 19, at 1pm to decide whatScorsone is going to do. Lucian has the right to air hiscase and/or write about it on the internet. Gullette'sattempt to punish him for this should be considered aFirst Amendment violation.What follows is a letter from Mr. Kavanaugh to the judge in this case, Ernesto Scorsone:Wednesday, November 17, 2010A Letter to the
Judge Ernesto Scorsone
Photo: Matt Goins, Lexington Herald- Leader
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