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Judge Accuses Terrorism Claims Excerpt

Judge Accuses Terrorism Claims Excerpt

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Published by Charlie Grapski
Now here is a Judge repeating the allegations of terroristic behavior and violence. Without a shred of evidence. Except rumor, inuendo, and statements made to him by former Mayor Jean Calderwood repeating these allegations in the Courtroom but not as evidence or under oath.

Yet this Judge has me figuratively bound and gagged and states that if it were not for "extra" police presence (he knew the outcome in advance to prepare for this) I would be physically attacking him! I was sitting fifteen feet away with my legs crossed!
Now here is a Judge repeating the allegations of terroristic behavior and violence. Without a shred of evidence. Except rumor, inuendo, and statements made to him by former Mayor Jean Calderwood repeating these allegations in the Courtroom but not as evidence or under oath.

Yet this Judge has me figuratively bound and gagged and states that if it were not for "extra" police presence (he knew the outcome in advance to prepare for this) I would be physically attacking him! I was sitting fifteen feet away with my legs crossed!

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Now, I
know
that
Mr.
Grapski
would
like
to
make
a
statement.
And
he has
a
lot
of
people
here.
I'm
going
to
very
quietly
step
out
there
and
see
who
else
feels
like
they
need
to
speak.
Will
the
Court
hear
from
my
client
now,
please?
THE
COURT:
Certainly.
THE
DEFENDANT:
Speak
beforesentencing
or
-
MS. STACY:
This
is
sentencing.
Come
on
up.
THE
DEFENDANT:
Before
or
after
--
Okay.
Mr.
Nilon
--
THE
COURT:
I
think
it's
"Judge
Nilon."
THE
DEFENDANT:
In
the
United
States of
America,
the
Constitution
says
that
there
is
no
right
to
title.
I
say
"Mr.
Nilon"
a
reason.
THE
COURT:
I'm not
going
to
hear
from
you,
Mr.
Grapski.
Whatever
--
THE
DEFENDANT:
Mr.
Nilon,
I
have
a
First
Amendment
right
--
THE
COURT:
No,
not
in
here,
sir.
THE
DEFENDANT:
Then,
your
Honor
-
THE
COURT:
No. No.
No.
No.
No.
THE
DEFENDANT:
If
you'd
like
--
You're
denying
me
the
right
--
THE
COURT:
I'm
going
to
THE
DEFENDANT:
You
have
made
a
mockery
of
this
 
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process
.
THE
COURT:
Wait
--
THE
DEFENDANT:
And
Mr.
Fleck has
--
I
have
trusted
the
law
in
this
case,
and
you
failed
to
follow
due
process.
THE
BAILIFF:
Sit
down.
THE
DEFENDANT:
You
are
a
disgrace,
and
you
are
thecriminal.
MS.
PHILLIPS:
Mr.
Grapski.
Mr.
Grapski.
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THE
DEFENDANT:
And
that
is
my
statement.
You
are
a
disgrace.
A
disgrace.
MS.
PHILLIPS:
Shh.
Shh.
THE
COURT:
I'm
going
to
have
you
removed
if
you
keep
THE
DEFENDANT:
I've
said
my
piece.
I've
said
my
piece.
Now
I'll
let
other
people
who
have
watched
you
speak.
THE
COURT:
Anybody
want
to
speak
in
the
face
ofthat?
MS.
STACY:
Ma'am,
will
you
state
your
name
for
the
record?
MS.
STEAHMER:
My
name
is
Paula
Steahmer.
MS. STACY:
Where
do
you
live?
MS.
STEAHMER:
Here
in
Gainesville.
MS. STACY: An
what
line
of
work
are
you
in?
 
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MS.
STEAHMER:
I'm
an
attorney,
although
I'm
not
a
member
of
the
Florida
Bar.
MS. STACY:
And
do you
know
Charles
Grapski?
MS.
STEAHMER:
Yes,
I
do.
MS. STACY:
How
long
have
you
known
him?
MS.
STEAHMER:
I
would
say
at
least
ten years.
Probably
longer.
MS. STACY:
How
did
you
first
get
to
know
Mr.
Grapski?
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MS.
STEAHMER:
I
think
through
community
involvement.
Community
organizing.
Political
activity.
MS. STACY:
And
have
you
kept
in
close contact
with
him
over
these ten
years
since
you
first
met?
MS.
STEAHMER:
It's
been
intermittent.
Sometimes,you
know,
it's
frequent.
Daily.
Sometimes
we
don'tactually
--
we're not
in
each
other's
presence
for
a
few
months,
but
we
may
remain
in
contact
by
telephone
or
e-mail.
MS. STACY:
And
what
do
you want
Judge
Nilon
to
know
with
regard
to
sentencing
in
this
case
today?
MS.
STEAHMER:
I
have
a
great
deal
of
respect
for
Mr.
Grapski.
And
I
think,
although
many
people
feel
provoked by
him,
all
of
the
things
he
has
done
have always
been
for
the
purpose
of
ensuring,
contrary
to
what
everyone's
been
saying
here,
that
the
law
is
observed
by

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