REMEMBER YOUR NOT ALONE. Please contact THE CENTER FOR REDRESS OF GRIEVANCES at http://centerforredress.com/. You can also contact SPEAK UP NH who shows one NH Family Court case after another like Jamie Doherty's http://youtu.be/CIOXB21sBMY. You too can tell the public your experience with NH's Judicial Branch. NH's very own Family Court Records are proving that NH's Judicial Branch fully participates and supports Kidnapping and Domestic Violence; Real Estate Fraud, Mortgage Fraud, and Property Deed Fraud; Perjury, Falsifying Documents and Non Existing Issues, and above all, Obstruction of all Justice. Case file after case file showing all the evidence in multiple Family Court Records, that are filling the NH County Court Clerk Records Offices daily throughout the whole state! People who have even been visited by the FBI and ARE THREATENED simply over a NH divorce case. You truly know the truth struck a nerve then. Contact the CENTER FOR REDRESS OF GRIEVANCES. Be a part of the solution and bring them your court case file with evidence. Fear and Silence only continues to fuel what is already a corrupted government branch harming all those who pay their salaries. You are not alone. Numbers can truly speak louder than words!

Oct 22, 2014


Adultery in New England

Love free or die

Time to check into the Motel New Hampshire

    Cartoon showing a couple running

"AFTER 223 years New Hampshire is about to make adultery legal. A law in 1791 called for convicted adulterers to be paraded on the gallows for an hour and then “publicly whipped not exceeding 39 stripes” before being sent to prison and fined £100 (probably more than a year’s wages in those days).

The penalty has grown milder since then. Adulterers now face a $1,200 fine, which is not enforced. New Hampshire’s state House of Representatives voted to repeal the law in February; the state Senate is expected to follow soon. Not everyone is happy. A letter to the Concord Monitor huffed that adultery was “repugnant” and should remain a crime."

My apology to the person who is deleting my blogs.  Apparently the truth has hit a little to close to home for some.  Education on any subject is a powerful thing and is something that should be shared with others. 

NH is truly the keep it simple stupid state.  NH divorce laws state that NH is a 50/50 division state.  Yet, NH has revisited multiple times voting on the NH adultery law, to make adultery as legal as the courts have made it for over the past 50 years.  According to NH records, NH has never been a 50/50 division state, because they never had the capability by law, to fairly divide property and assets in a divorce. This is because NH alimony law state's that alimony cannot be awarded for more than 5 years maximum. Therefore, it is simply very easy for one spouse to simply steal and drain all funds from the other in a NH divorce.  All while the majority rules it impossible for one spouse to support themselves, and pay 50 percent back, in just 5 years, pursuant to NH divorce laws.  In other words, 1+1=3 in the state of NH.  Apparently keeping things simple stupid is the number one rule in NH.  This is one of many reasons the state of NH's integrity very simply continues to support the grade of an (F).

Because of NH divorce cases such as Brosor v Brosor, NH's much needed new rule article 1.25a went into affect in 2011.  It states that all financial information must be exchanged within 45 days or 10 days before the first hearing, whichever comes first.  But the majority very simply still proves that a single spouse is incapable of supporting themselves, and paying back in just 5 years, what was stolen from joint marital funds and assets, that accumulated from a  10, 15, 20+ years of marriage.  Do the math.  All what NH rule article 1.25a is now doing, is substantiating on record what one spouse will never fairly receive, that was stolen, which is their 50 percent due, pursuant to NH divorce laws.  Thus, clearly proving one of the major problems here in NH has always been the lack of math skills and budgeting the state's funds. 

Sadly, NH 's Supreme Court thankfully is the only supreme court that took until 2003, to finally open a 1960's Webster Dictionary to learn the definition for sexual intercourse.  They proudly documented this event in the divorce decree for Blanchflower v Blanchflower.  Evidently they bypassed the A's for "Another", the E's for "Equitable State", and the F's for "Fault Divorce"  but were capable of finding the S's. The wife simply had an affair with a woman. 

NH's adultery law also was clearly written stating, "sexual intercourse with another", and very clearly does not specify with one of the opposite gender.  The definition for "another" is "one that is different and/or in addition to."  In addition to, covers other forms of sex above and beyond sexual intercourse.  Therefore, NH's adultery law has always very clearly acknowledged other forms of sex along with same sex adultery. This is the excused see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil law/rule that's been in practice by NH's very own superior criminal court Judge William J. Groff for 18 years, along with NH's very own Supreme Court for over 50 years. 

The see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil law/rule, permits NH's judicial Branch to ignore all evidence that needs to be read or calculated.  That is unless they can actually smoke it, taste it, feel it, sniff or snort it, in only the 7 1/2 minutes they will allow you to present your case.  NH's Judge Groff's exact words are, "I can only give you 15 minutes, I'll just cut you off when your time is up, so take it or leave it!"  

NH's Criminal Court Judge William J. Groff was the presiding judge over a divorcing couple's relief hearing in Nashua, NH, that was originally requested by a wife seeking temporary alimony.  When the wife's attorney told Judge Groff that the husband and his attorney were lying, only then did he ask, "Do you have proof?" The wife's attorney said, "yes!  A private investigators report."

Without so much as looking at even one piece of evidence, a bank account or payroll stub, Judge Groff then says, "Well, neither one of them can afford the house!"  His final ruling was to simply not only deny the wife alimony, but to now grant the husbands request, to court order the sale of her family's paid up to date home for over 40 years, the only roof she had left over her head.  The proceeds from the sale of the house were then held in escrow until the divorce finalized.  He now was not only leaving her broke  from a 21 year marriage, but homeless now too, to now live out of her car for the 2 years that it took NH to finalize the divorce, unless her family now rescued her.  The only thing missing that day in court from Judge Groff's performance, was a red rubber nose and a 6'6" tall bald bailiff called "Bull."

Meanwhile during just a 3 month span, the husband had already closed all joint accounts.  He then drained an additional $23,000 from his 401K to cover $23,000 in expenses, that he whitened out the descriptions/pay to on his checking account statement, just for a 9 month period alone.  His payroll stubs showed without the wife's knowledge, that he also was draining and banking his 401K for the past several years.  This same 9 month period showed a cash flow of $7,000 above and beyond his yearly gross salary that he stated on his financial affidavit, that was also above what he had yearly grossed the past seven years.  Without the wife's knowledge, he immediately took his wife off his $450,000 life insurance policy while increasing her policy to 3 times her amount, all before filing for divorce.  

He also had $45,000 in his bank accounts at the time of the relief hearing.  He filed for divorce 4 days after catching the wife's private investigator, then took a weekend getaway for 2 with his and his co-workers shared mistress.  He then cancelled the wife's cell phone to buy 5 new cell phones for his and his co-worker's shared mistress with 4 children by 3 separate fathers, all while this shared mistress was unemployed, on food stamps and other government aide. Who already divorced twice, while having these 2 marital affairs during the process of her second divorce

 He then purchased a $2,500 engagement ring, agreed in writing to pay his mistress's church $7,800, then paid $600 for his mistress's children's ski club.  He then moved in with his  co-worker's shared mistress a week after filing for divorce.  That is after his married co-worker had to now move out, who had filed for divorce first for this same shared mistress with 4 children by 3 separate fathers.  He paid all of this above his additional expense of the divorce itself.  This is how NH budgets a 50/50 division in a fault divorce while declaring it as just a little "Irreconcilable Differences."

He was also paying his mistress's mortgage and utilities simultaneously above the ones he had with his own wife.  All while this shared mistress simply continued to commit NH Welfare Fraud.  Simply by oops, not telling the government she was receiving now not 1 but 2 married additional incomes of $80,000 per year living under her roof for months.  One right after the other, who now also was being supported by her government aide and food stamps.  All while they filed for divorce, now in hopes that one would marry her, once their divorces were finalized.  Well folks, one actually did.   She chose someone else's husband, who simply paid her expenses over someone else's husband, who gave Her I.O.U's for her sexual favors.  This is NH's version of a swinging sanctimony design for marriage that's been in practice for over 50 years that is only just a little "Irreconcilable Differences" in NH's divorce records.

This kind of accepting fiasco behaviors by NH's Family Judicial Branch has been costing your ever so increasing hard earn paid tax dollars in both, NH Welfare and Medicaid, in more ways than one, unnecessarily.  All caused by NH's one and only family judicial branch.  This by far is not 50/50 pursuant to NH Divorce Laws.  But this clearly explains the problem's with NH's lack of I.Q. in bookkeeping and budgeting skills.

These types of real life NH Judicial Branch fiasco's have continuously been going on in NH for over the past 50 years, and now NH wants to legalize an adultery law That NH's judicial branch never enforces to begin with.  This is also why NH's politicians and court judges will never be publicly disgraced on record for their own accepting practices of adultery.  Adultery is currently a crime in NH that has never been charged once throughout the entire state for the past 50 years. NH Court Clerk Records show that nothing has changed since the NH's Supreme Court finally got a sex education on sexual intercourse, from a 1960's dictionary in the 21st centuryThat is other than maybe now knowing what to use those black robes for.  So sorry to burst their perfect bubble, but no, babies are not, nor have they ever been delivered to your front door step, like a jar of classic pickles from the stork.

Because of all NH's Judges and Marital Masters history and continuous practice of, "See No  Evil, Hear No Evil, And above all Speak No Evil" Fiascoes and court rulings, has now caused enough greater reason and concern throughout the years, to force NH State House Representatives, to vote to form a Redress Grievance Committee in 2010.  Shocked by the numerous court files, proving NH's Judicial System is ignoring federal and state laws, with no legal accountability to enforce against these actions, forced NH legislators to vote to dismantle this committee a year later.  However it did not stop a small group to continue this committee outside the state house.  They are still presently continuing to collect NH court records, that are clearly supporting NH's Judicial Branch's illegal, and unethical ways of ruling.  Still to this day, NH's family courts are literally taking lives unnecessarily.  NH still claims to be an "Equitable State."  Family court clerk records that go as far back as more than 50 years, supports the fact that they lied!

In 2010, was also the year that State House Representative Horrigan presented a bill to no longer have Adultery as a crime.  He stated that the state's government has no business regulating what 2 "consenting" adults do with one another.  Well just because 2 adults "consent" to do something with one another, still does not make it right or legal.  However, it is also State House Rep. Horrigan who believes that people on government aide, should be allowed the right to purchase fire arms with their EBT Food Stamp Cards, if they "consent" to need one for safety.  Well I for one, along with another ex wife, are very grateful that they cannot purchase fire arms simply with a food stamp card, given to what my ex husband's mistress was very capable of doing to others in the state of NH.   The adultery bill failed in 2010.  We also now have others who have been arguing that adultery is a moral issue and not a legal issue.   

Many people have truly forgotten the real purpose for having laws in the first place.  All laws in this country have always been, and will always be, on what was perceived to be morally based first, on a right from wrong to any living being and humanity.  Secondly, people have also clearly forgotten that as long as our government regulates any laws and rules pertaining to our marriage licenses and divorce decrees, proves our government has already been, and will always be in the business of regulating our bedrooms, sex lives, and love lives, whether 2 adults are "consenting" or not.  Thirdly, NH government needs to stop not "consenting" to doing the jobs they were entrusted to do, and actually "consent" to do the jobs they were actually delegated to do.

The NH Grievance Committee was clearly very much needed because their findings now not only supported clear cut evidence that not only did NH's Judicial Branch break NH's legislative laws, but also supported evidence, that the NH Judiciary Conduct Committee, the NH Bar Association Dispute Resolution Committee, and last but never shall be the least, the NH Supreme Courts Attorney Discipline Office, have all been only protecting their own kind!  So why stop the domino's there NH?  NH might as well just go to NH State Prisons, choose a few convicts, such as Pamela Smart for one,  just throw black robes on them, then place them behind a courtroom bench!
NH Article 73-a (1978)
"[Art.] 73-a. [Supreme Court, Administration.] The chief justice of the supreme court shall be the administrative head of all the courts. He shall, with the concurrence of a majority of the supreme court justices, make rules governing the administration of all courts in the state and the practice and procedure to be followed in all such courts. The rules so promulgated shall have the force and effect of law."   

In 2011, 33 years later, not only did NH's Judicial Branch still continue to simply but literally commit the crimes, but was now actually simply writing the crimes as rules to follow, now literally documenting it.  The following is a statement/rule initially written with complaints that initially raised many eyebrows once it was pointed out. The new mandatory Family Division Self Disclosure rule article 1.25a written by NH's king court, the NH Judicial Branch.  You will notice that this trend is becoming the new martial law in NH.   NH's Judicial Branch gives a whole new meaning to "keep it simple stupid."

"2. The parties may redact (edit) all but the last four digits of any account numbers and social security numbers that appear on any statements or documents."

However, it is (OOPS!) against NH's law Title LXII Criminal Code Chapter 638 Fraud, Section 638:3 Tampering With Public or Private Record, and it even illegally goes (OOPS!) against the United State's Code, 18 U.S.C. § 1505 : US Code - Section 1505: Obstruction of proceedings before departments, agencies, and committees.
New Hampshire Statute



Forgery and Fraudulent Practices Generally
Section 638:3
"638:3 Tampering With Public or Private Records. – A person is guilty of a misdemeanor if, knowing he has no privilege to do so, he falsifies, destroys, removes or conceals any writing or record, public or private, with a purpose to deceive or injure anyone or to conceal any wrongdoing."  

Source. 1971, 518:1, eff. Nov. 1, 1973."
18 U.S.C. § 1505 : US Code - Section 1505: Obstruction of proceedings before departments, agencies, and committees 

"Whoever, with intent to avoid, evade, prevent, or obstruct compliance, in whole or in part, with any civil investigative demand duly and properly made under the Antitrust Civil Process Act, willfully withholds, misrepresents, removes from any place, conceals, covers up, destroys, mutilates, alters, or by other means falsifies any documentary material, answers to written interrogatories, or oral testimony, which is the subject of such demand; or attempts to do so or solicits; or Whoever corruptly, or by threats or force, or by any threatening letter or communication influences, obstructs, or impedes or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede the due and proper administration of the law under which any pending proceeding is being had before any department or agency of the United States, or the due and proper exercise of the power of inquiry under which any inquiry or investigation is being had by either House, or any committee of either House or any joint committee of the Congress -Shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 5 years or, if the offense involves international or domestic terrorism (as defined in section 2331), imprisoned not more than 8 years, or both." 

Oh what the hell, screw the laws in this country, because NH's OOPS Judicial Branch simply does!  This is just a sample on how criminals/NH Judicial Branch brakes the NH laws and rules throughout the state.  NH will now soon be legalizing adultery for another 50 years, because according to my ex husband, Roger R. Brosor and his attorney, Richard C. Follender, the NH courts accepting defense for NH adultery, is that it is being treated now by NH's Alanon's 12 step programs, for marital counseling with sex addiction, for those sex addicts who are repeat offenders committing adultery throughout NH.  My ex went weekly to AA meetings. And yes, this is all on record.  My deepest sympathy's to Richard Follender's wife, if he should still have one.  One thing for sure is that, NH's family courts accepting defense on NH sex addicts committing adultery proves that the sanctimony in marriage in NH society has seriously gone straight to hell in a hand basket.  This is all just simply a little "Irreconcilable Differences" and that's all it will ever be in NH. 

Since NH is known as a  no tax state, NH should just simply list polygamy without a license at NH's unemployment offices, as a tax free self employed income.  It would clearly be at the top of the list along with prostitution. NH law state's that "the capability for future acquisition is considered for both party's" in the marriage.  However, this did not mean a married spouse with their shared paramour.  This is how its simply done in NH.  For the little whore house is truly no longer just in Texas anymore.

Step 1. If you receive a letter from a stranger like this one, run to a lawyer as fast as you can and file for divorce!

May 11, 2007
"Dear Jean,

You don’t know me, my name is Laurie Nurnberg (NOW BROSOR). My children and I are friends with Roger. I met Roger through one of his co-workers. I’m writing in hopes of easing your mind in regards to my friendship with Roger. I tell you the honest truth when I say that Roger and I are good friends.(SHE STATES, "GOOD FRIENDS" INSTEAD OF "JUST FRIENDS!") Sometimes when I here Roger share his concerns, it seems to me that you’re wondering if our friendship is more than it is? I promise you that it is strictly and mutually platonic.

I respect and admire your husband, he’s a wonderful guy with great morals and values, pride and honor. As well as many god given talents and gifts as I’m sure you’re aware of. We truly are blessed to have him as a friend.

(That pedestal she has him on is so high, its beginning to lack oxygen! “Great morals and values?” Who the hell does she think she's kidding? Honey, remember it's me, THE WIFE! I was married to the man for 20 ½ years!)

Roger shown me pictures of and talks about the work he has done in your home. "HE" seems to really poor "HIS" heart into all that "HE" does. He is proud of your decorating skills and gives you all the credit. I’m sure you appreciate all "HIS" hard work. I know I do. "HE" worked hard and did an outstanding job on my wood floors. I owe him a world of gratitude.

I heard so much about and have seen pictures of your daughter. What a beautiful girl the two of you raised. "ROGER" is very proud of her academic and the young woman that she has become. My girls are 12 & 10. The boys are 16 & 10. I have a ways to go still.         

(As the saying goes, "So shall suffer the little children.") 

Jean, I know that you’re concerned about Roger sharing with me about his concerns at home in general. I can appreciate how you must feel. I think we all wonder if people dislike us based on what they have heard about us and what they believe is true. I can honestly say that I am a loyal friend to "ROGER" and I have genuine concern for you as a family. I want you to know that I’m not judging you. I don’t create opinions based on what I’m told; I like to meet people and get to know them. Men just don’t seem to have the gift of words like most of us woman do. When I was going through my divorce I was very scared that my husband didn’t love me anymore, therefore I was unlovable. Not true, he and I did love one another, we just spent our time hurting each with words and actions trying to prove the other wrong and ourselves right. In the end the only right answer would have been to have open and honest communication together with a qualified or pastor. But my husband didn’t have the courage to share his true thoughts and feeling out of fear and rejection.

I admire Roger for being such a devoted father and husband. "He" is a better person than I am. I remember speaking very poorly about my other half when we were having hard times. I called him names; I exaggerated my truth of the situation and simply was mean and unloving when I spoke of him to others. Roger is different. He never has anything negative to say about anyone. "HE" states how "HE" feels about curtain situations as "HE" sees it without disregard to others. A quality I am working on adopting. I am learning a lot from just speaking to him and hearing stories that "HE" shares and the projects either personally or at work.

(You really should give yourself more credit! Actually, he truly isn’t any more better than you are! But to call this man a “devoted father and husband?” No wonder you have been through 2 husbands so far and counting!)

Jean, I hope you and Roger don’t resent me telling you this but I would like to share my thoughts in hopes of helping, not hurting the two of you. (Then what exactly was the first half of this ridiculous Letter about?) I truly believe that Roger loves you and is searching for answers how to either mend or end your marriage. I also believe it is very hard by not impossible to share his feelings and emotions.

In retrospect I wish I would have put ¼ of my energy into treating my husband the way that I wished he would have treated me, with respect an dignity instead of hiding behind fear and anger. I built up a wall so high around my heart made up of past hurts not forgiven, that my husband chose to give up and walk away rather than to “Talk it out.” My stored up pain and anger scared him away from our marriage because it was all that I ever showed him.

It wouldn’t have killed me to be kind and sensitive to him even though I thought for sure that I was right and he was wrong. My ego and pride constantly kept the fight going but instead of winning the battle I lost my first love. It’s too late and to much pain has been inflicted to mend our relationship but what I wouldn’t have given to have the knowledge I know now back then. Our choices left us with a broken home, broken promises, and a broken heart.

(If one word in this letter was actually genuine then what about the promises, hearts, and homes you later moved onto and played a part in destroying afterwards! What exactly did you learn from that?)

I learned that love is a gift from god and it’s free to all who seek it. Love is a choice. You have to have courage to be open and intimate. You have to risk pain and rejection in order to know if you are two people committed to honesty and each other.


I’m hopeful for you and Roger because “HE” genuinely cares for all “HE” has worked to hard to build; the marriage, the home, “HIS” career and your daughter’s future not to mention your future.

(Now that pedestal is seriously beginning to CRACK, and at a very dangerous altitude I might add! If this is how a man works hard for his daughter and wife, then no thanks! This was the point where everything in me said run like hell, he’s all yours honey! I pulled out the yellow pages and began looking for Lawyers!)

I hope you feel better knowing that Roger and I are only friends and that someday soon I look forward to meeting and becoming friends with you too if you wish.

Roger may have mentioned Rockingham Christian Church in Salem NH. I love it there; it’s casual, friendly and upbeat. The people are not pushy or snobby and no one will require anything of you or put you on the spot. (Adultery is a minor little thing that will be overlooked in RCC while she was previously told to leave with her 4 children by Londonderry Christian Church, never to return, because of her adultery with a married parishioner, who was the co-worker! Only in NH folks, only in NH!  Still with me so far?) Their music ministry is out of this world in my opinion. I think you would enjoy it too. Maybe we will meet there someday. That would be great!

I’m sending you a CD of the last 3 church services, which was “on the family,” good stuff in case you’re interested. Thank you for your time, enjoy the beautiful weather this weekend. (Because what's left?...You already had my husband every weekend for the past 3 months!...Oh, but you already knew that now didn‘t you!) Take care.

Talk about an average everyday compulsive liar. Written on The CD that she refers to as "on the family" was titled in Bold Green Marker, "WIFE SWAP" IN ALL 4 CORNERS OF THE CD JACKET! The CD itself had, "WIFE SWAP BUILD" WRITTEN ON IT! The following statements were made about me in emails written by Laurie to her married ex lover, who was my husband's co-worker and friend! Remember, I never met or spoke with this women once during these emails.

STEP 2. You will then find emails and voicemails telling you how this stranger really feels about you.

* “You and all that she comes into contact with should be angry for being used by her to pull you down in the mud with her. Don’t let her have your energy, she is a vamp and only lives to destroy others.”

* “I have been vengeful just like you and Jean are being right now towards Roger and I.” (You Think?)
* “Just because you don’t get your way you would use another extremely sick and vulnerable woman.” (Gee, Who Is The Other One!)
* “She is very sick and any involvement with her once again puts you and your family at risk.”
* “You helped Jean the Queen of Killer Bees go to battle.” (Gotta Love This One!)

* “You have helped a very destructive and sick woman.”

So much for, "Roger is different. He never has anything negative to say about anyone." And for Ms. Laurie Murray Nurnberg now Brosor's “HONEST TRUTH” stating, “I promise you that it is strictly and mutually platonic.....I don’t create opinions based on what I’m told; I like to meet people and get to know them.”

What NH says is "IRRECONCILABLE DIFFERENCES" in a divorce, is anything but that! Can you say, Bribery, Witness Tampering, and let's just throw Obstruction Of Justice out there too! The following are emails that were submitted as supporting evidence to my private investigators report in my divorce. 


"I can tell that you want to be able to have me believe that you love me and that being at work having this conversation isn't doing it.

I know and respect that your hands are tied financially, that's not it. (SURE! She needs medical coverage, and to house, feed, clothe 4 children and herself, while being unemployed, applying for disability, while having sex with multiple married men, and already on government aid and food stamps, while her house is in foreclosure!...00PS! Then she was investigated for Welfare Fraud for not telling them about the additional $80,000 married yearly income living under her roof, that she received and supported with her government aid, while they were divorcing their wives to marry her! Still with me so far? Believe me, boy do I know how difficult to keep up with all of this is!  Only in NH folks, only in NH!) We shouldn't even be living together even if we were OK which we are not. What hurts the worst is that you aren't there for me. You always leave, walk away, go unavailable. I'm going through some tough stuff right now and are you the ones supporting me emotionally and thinking things through with me, telling me it's all going to be alright and I'm making the right choices? NO, Roger is!

I don't even feel like I can share with you how I feel about you and I without running away. Hell, Here I am, the stupid dependent enabler begging to be loved. How pathetic am I? I always choose Mr. Unavailable, that's you, you are so unavailable it isn't funny yet I cry for and miss you and somewhere deep in my heart I can't give up on you, I won't allow myself to believe that you are never coming to me. That's called denial. When I'm with you I feel great and hurt at the same time. When I'm around Roger things are just simple and I have a friend to talk to, laugh with and get stuff done.

Why can't you be that with me? Why do I have another married man just waiting to use me to end his shitty marriage? Will I let Him?             (here's "My ego and Pride" thing again!)



"You are a hurting person and I forgive and ask for forgiveness from you for the past hurts to one another. I know that you have court tomorrow and I wish you well and I am praying that Gods grace is with you and you make the right choices for you and your family concerning your marriage.

I own my part in damaging your marriage. No one made me do what we did, I chose to go there freely. I would erase it and all the pain that I have caused if I could but I know I can't. I want you to know that I really truly did love you and I wanted to believe in you so bad that it felt impossible to give up. I had no business in your world and I didn't push you away hard enough.

I now get it. My power is in my beauty and by being emotionally available is how I allured you and others and by not shutting you down the moment I saw your interest is where I went wrong and you couldn't control yourself. I now know that I have that effect on men and that it is powerful.     (Here's "My ego and pride" Thing again.)

Roger and I had a long talk today after church and we have decided to love one another only as friends. I won't do to him and his family what I did to you and yours.  (Seriously now, REALLY?!?)  I want to learn from my mistakes so that I can own my power and use it for good.

You were my second experience with attracting an addict who couldn't say no to me and my seductive ways. (Definitely "My ego and pride" thing again.)The more you poured on the charm, the more you baited me, the more I wanted to believe the lies that told yourself and me until I gave myself permission to sleep with you and fall in love with you. You already knew that I was vulnerable and needy and that given the right attention I would crack eventually. That's where God came in. You knew that if I believed that you had changed and you wanted the same things spiritually that I wanted that I would not be able to walk away and stand on my own. I thought that I had finally found what I was always looking for.

Today at RCC was an all kids lead worship. I thought of you and our dreams and how we met and how far this all got out of control and how I loved you and the promises I made to you in my own heart and I instantly knew that I needed to heal from all of this and (her 2nd ex husband). I knew that I couldn't and wouldn't do this to my sweet friend Roger.   (Again, seriously now, REALLY?!?)

I learned about my power as a woman through you and Roger and I have I hope become a better person because of the experiences that we shared. I am looking squarely at myself, my mistakes, my past behaviors and my denial and I am analyzing all of it with full honesty. It is an ugly, disgusting mess. I fail so deeply at being a good person. I know that I am now failing you, hurting you, but I have to let you go. You need to have all the experiences you need to have in order to learn and I know that you are on the road of enlightenment and you will come out of this wiser. God loves you. His grace is sufficient and he is strongest when we are at our weakest. I admit that I am completely leaning on my Savior to get through. I hope you are too.

I sincerely apologize for hurting you. I had no business commenting about you being abusive because I too have been abusive in my behaviors and you have not been more wrong or bad than I. God loves and forgives us both and I praise him in the highest for that fact.

May God bless you tomorrow and always, please forgive me.

All to him,


This is the same woman who went to the co-worker's/wife's home on Christmas Eve to tell the wife that, "her marriage did not glorify God and that god placed it upon the husband's heart and hers to be together."  She then broke off the affair six months later because she was already having another affair simultaneously with the co-worker's co-worker. 

STEP 3.  hire a private investigator and you will then be fortunate to even find out more.

"I've been sitting here trying to think of just what to say. I want justice for Roger. You have helped a very destructive and sick woman to destroy our friends life long work and earnings. That's just wrong. "I" (NOT ROGER?) need you to fix the damage you have caused Roger by writing him an apology and a letter to the court saying that Jean is manipulating the courts with half truths turned into lies.

If you can do this I will consider possibly spending some time talking (?) with you(definitely "My ego and pride" thing again!) 

Enjoy your music,

"You aren't the one on trial in front of a judge in 29 days and having your children and your home at stake now are you? (and apparently neither was Roger in his own divorce...She truly has The ME, MYSELF, AND I syndrome along with "MY ego and pride" thing goin on!) You are good at forgetting your wrong doings and expecting others just to forget too. Don't ignore my request, it's on the table until the end of today, after that you will have to read old email to stay connected to me because I will be done communicating with you in every and any way.     (definitely "My ego and pride" thing again!)

A friendship (?) with you would be so much better than what we now have.



Judge who had affair with man's ex-wife while overseeing his child support case cannot be sued, rules court

  • Judge Wade McCree cannot be sued by the defendant of a child support case he presided over
  • McCree had an affair with the ex-wife of the defendant while the case was before his court
  • He sexted Geniene La'Shay Mott from the bench, had trysts with her in his chambers and gave her thousands of dollars
  • He ordered Robert King be tethered and forced to pay child support
  • There is a longstanding doctrine that judges cannot be sued for their decisions in court
  • A judge upheld a lower court's ruling to this effect, but also said McCree's actions were 'often reprehensible'
A federal appeals court has upheld a lower court’s ruling that a disgraced Detroit judge cannot be sued by a defendant in a child support case he presided over.
The decision dated Monday by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati cites existing U.S. Supreme Court law that Wade McCree is immune from lawsuits stemming from judicial actions.
Robert King had claimed that the former Wayne County Circuit Court judge violated his civil rights.
Shielded: A federal appeals court has upheld a lower court's ruling that disgraced judge Wade McCree cannot be sued by a defendant in a child support case he presided over

Illicit affair: Geniene La'Shay Mott had a child-support case pending in McCree's court and disclosed their affair in December 2013
Illicit affair: Geniene La'Shay Mott had a child-support case pending in McCree's court and disclosed their affair in December 2013

The married McCree had a sexual relationship with Geniene La’Shay Mott while presiding over a 2012 child support case between her and King.
Some of the trysts took place in McCree’s chambers.
According to the Detroit Free Press, McCree sexted Mott from the bench and gave her thousands of dollars.
Courts have long prevented judges being sued by litigants for their decisions, but King's attorney Joel Sklar says McCree used his judicial immunity 'as a shield for self interest.'
'There should be no immunity for what happened here,' said Sklar.
He is appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court for help in challenging the doctrine that judges can't be sued for their court decisions.
Sexting scandal: McCree allegedly sexted Mott from the bench during the proceedingsSexting scandal: McCree allegedly sexted Mott from the bench during the proceedings
 Brian Einhorn, McCree's attorney, says his client's decision to tether King and order him to pay child support was the appropriate one.

'In our system, people are going to be unhappy when a judge renders a decision. And if a judge can be sued because the decision they made — in someone’s opinion — was right, wrong or unfair, then our system of justice doesn’t work,' Einhorn said, reports the Detroit Free Press.

King says McCree found favorably for his ex-wife because of his 'desires for sexual gratifications.'

THe court, while ruling that McCree cannot be sued by King, called McCree's actions 'often reprehensible.'

Michigan’s Supreme Court in March ordered McCree removed from office and suspended him for six more years if he’s re-elected in November.

The Detroit Free Press reports that McCree's father, Wade Hampton McCree, Jr was the first black person appointed to the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appleals and the second black solicitor general in the U.S.
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Two Judges Draw Censures for Courthouse Sexual Affairs  

, The Recorder                 
But a majority on the commission stopped short of seeking the judges' ouster, noting that both men were contrite and had cooperated with the CJP's investigations.
"An appreciation for the impropriety of one's actions indicates a capacity to reform," the Steiner order said. "As such, the commission believes this censure adequately protects the public."
The censures appear to mark new territory for the commission, which has dealt publicly with judges accused of sexual harassment and one who had sex with a criminal defendant but never with jurists having sex in their chambers, said commission director Victoria Henley.
Costa Mesa attorney Paul Meyer represented both judges. In dual statements he reiterated his clients' apologies.
Steiner was elected to the bench in June 2010 and took his seat in 2011. Woodward was appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2006.
In a stipulated agreement, Steiner admitted to engaging in courthouse sexual activity, once with a former intern and twice with an attorney who practiced in Orange County Superior Court. Both women were former students in classes Steiner taught at Chapman University School of Law. (Steiner is no longer listed in the school's faculty directory.)
Steiner wrote a letter of recommendation for the former intern when she applied for a position with the Orange County district attorney's office, where he had worked as a prosecutor before becoming a judge. After she failed to land the job, the judge called two attorneys in the office to ask why his letter hadn't secured her hiring.
The commission also criticized Steiner for transferring his other lover's cases to specific judges, a task he should have left to the presiding judge. Commissioners concluded, too, that he committed prejudicial misconduct by not disqualifying himself from cases involving a long-standing friend, attorney Steven Baric. But they found insufficient evidence to prove a quid-pro-quo relationship, suggested by some Southern California media, that involved the trade of sex for help finding a job for the former intern. Local authorities and the attorney general's office had reviewed the case but did not press charges.
Woodward carried on a nearly 11-month affair with his courtroom clerk, having sex with her in chambers and "in public places," exchanging personal emails on the court's computer system and passing sexually charged notes to her, according to his stipulated agreement with the commission. Despite complaints from fellow clerks and the clerk's husband about the couple's actions, Woodward repeatedly blocked efforts to have the woman reassigned. It wasn't until May 2013, after expressing "security concerns" about the clerk's husband, that Woodward confessed to his superiors.
The commission split in deciding the proper punishment for the judges, with the judges on the commission supporting censure. Three nonjudge members—Anthony Capozzi, Maya Dillard Smith and Sandra Talcott—dissented and said they would have pursued the judges' removal from office. Commissioner Mary Lou Aranguren supported the Steiner censure but would have sought tougher sanctions against Woodward.
Contact the reporter at cmiller@alm.com.


My affairs with two married judges: Glamorous legal clerk's confession in £33m race case 

A glamorous legal clerk at the centre of a £33million race discrimination case yesterday admitted she had affairs with two married judges

Mother-of-four Lizzie Wiseman first had a fling with Deputy High Court Judge Justin Fenwick QC, then with Recorder Roger Stewart QC, she told an employment tribunal.

She was accused of 'manipulating' both men when they were head of her chambers as part of an alleged racist conspiracy against Indian-born junior barrister Aisha Bijlani.

Dr Bijlani claims that the legal clerks at the Four New Square chambers in London's Lincoln's Inn regarded her as 'an educated wog' and never passed her any work.

But her complaints to bosses got her nowhere because they were having affairs with one of the people she was complaining about, she says.

Aisha Bijlani
Lizzie Wiseman

Lizzie Wiseman (left) told the tribunal she had affairs with two married judges  junior barrister. She added that Aisha Bijlani (right) was 'not popular' with clients.

She is claiming £33million for racial discrimination and victimisation.

Mrs Wiseman, 44, herself married twice to the same man, made the explosive claims about the behind-the-scenes behaviour at the firm as she gave evidence to the Central London Employment Tribunal.

She admitted first having an affair with Judge Fenwick, when he was head of the firm. The 60-year-old has been married since 1975.

Then, when Judge Stewart took over as head of the chambers, she began an extramarital affair with him.

Judge Stewart, 46, married in 1988 and has three children.

Giving evidence about her relationship with Judge Fenwick, Mrs Wiseman said: 'It started some time in 1999 and it petered out, it ended, after August 2000.'

But Althea Brown, cross-examining, suggested that the affair had continued.

She said: 'There may have been occasions when, how should I put it, the relationship flared up again?'

Mrs Wiseman admitted: 'It petered out in August 2000, but there may have been one or two occasions after that.'

She added: 'I started a personal relationship with Roger Stewart in July 2008. I have since separated from my husband and have been cohabiting with Roger Stewart since March 2009.'

Roger Stewart QC
Judge Justin Fenwick QC

The lovers: Justice Fenwick QC (left) and Roger Stewart QC
Mrs Wiseman, wearing a short dress and thigh-length black boots, defended herself in the witness box from accusations that the affairs with her bosses made life difficult for Dr Bijlani.

But Miss Brown, representing Dr Bijlani, suggested Mrs Wiseman used her affairs to abuse her position.
She said: 'When you began your relationship with the second head of chambers, there was an absence of accountability as to how you were doing your job.

'The truth is, you have manipulated your position as senior clerk by your relationships with successive heads of chambers so you have not been held accountable to the way you do your job since 2000.'

Mrs Wiseman replied: 'I do not accept that.'

Dr Bijlani, who worked as a doctor at Guy's Hospital in London before switching to a law career, has been off work with clinical depression since last year.

She says her career has been choked by racism and accuses senior clerk Mrs Wiseman and three previous heads of chambers - Judge Fenwick, Judge Stewart and John Powell QC - of conspiring against her. Her claims are rejected by the law firm, which says she was simply not good enough to be earning the sort of money other barristers brought in.

Mrs Wiseman told the panel: 'The claimant was demanding and found it hard to accept criticism. 
'She would flit between being demanding and imperious and attempting to be charming and persuasive.'

She added that Dr Bijlani had an 'unrealistic' impression of her own abilities and there were complaints from clients about the quality of her work.

The tribunal, which is expected to last another two weeks, previously heard that Dr Bijlani has a history of making race complaints.

Mrs Wiseman's affair with Mr Fenwick began just a year after she married stockbroker Luke Wiseman for the second time.

She first wed Mr Wiseman in 1989, but they divorced in1996.

They remarried in 1998, and Mr Wiseman is still joint owner of the London house his wife now shares with Mr Stewart.

Mr Stewart and Mrs Wiseman have both declined to comment outside the hearing.

Meanwhile at Mr Fenwick's country house his grown-up daughter said: 'My parents are not here.'

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Former Akron judge facing scrutiny over sexual affair, car loan, spent cash

By Phil Trexler
Beacon Journal staff writer   

A former Akron Municipal Court judge faces state disciplinary action based on claims he had an affair with the defendant in an eviction case, an allegation he once denied.

Orlando J. Williams is also accused of forging loan documents to purchase a used car and of improperly spending settlement money earmarked for three children whose father died in a crash, according to disciplinary records released Wednesday through the Ohio Supreme Court.

Williams, who was appointed judge in 2009 and later served three years as a chief civil magistrate after losing his election bid, is named in the 10-page complaint filed by Scott Drexel, disciplinary counsel for the Supreme Court’s Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline. The board has the power to suspend or revoke the law licenses of attorneys.

A message seeking comment from Williams was not immediately returned. He now lives in Fairfield, in southwestern Ohio.

According to Supreme Court rules, Williams has an opportunity to respond to the allegations, or have a public hearing before a disciplinary panel in four to six months.

Williams, 57, abruptly resigned as a magistrate in July 2012 amid allegations that he had a sexual relationship with a woman whose eviction case had been pending in his court.

At the time, Williams denied to reporters that he was having a sexual relationship with the woman. He called her an acquaintance.

According to the disciplinary records, however, Williams did begin a sexual relationship with the woman soon after first meeting her when she appeared in court in March 2012 to answer the eviction notice.

Shortly after the hearing, Williams drove to the 25-year-old woman’s rental property and invited her for coffee, Drexel’s investigation shows.

“During the conversation, [Williams] flirted with [the woman] and referred to the [landlord] as a slum lord,” Drexel wrote.

Within days of the coffee meeting, Drexel contends, the two engaged in consensual sex. Williams failed to immediately recuse himself from the woman’s eviction case. She later left the rental property in April, but Williams held on to the case to determine damages due the landlord until late June.

As the Beacon Journal and other media were reviewing court records on the eviction and Williams’ potential conflict, he suddenly resigned as magistrate. He said his desire to return to private practice — and not his relationship with the woman — was the reason for resigning.

Four weeks before recusing himself, however, the woman was heard on a dash-camera video — taken May 20, 2012, while she was being arrested on a charge of drunken driving — urging a State Highway Patrol trooper to contact Williams, whom she twice refers to as her boyfriend.

Williams also is accused of forging loan records to inflate his salary in March 2013 to purchase a used sedan from Summit Toyota for $21,900. He did not reveal to the loan company that he had been fired from Byron Potts Co. days earlier, according to court records. The sedan was later repossessed.

He also is accused of withdrawing for his personal use about $11,000 from an account designated to be given to three minor children of a 26-year-old Akron man who died in a traffic crash in 2006. The account, which contained $11,496 in November 2012, now has about $321, records show.

Phil Trexler can be reached at 330-996-3717 or ptrexler@thebeaconjournal.com. He can be followed on Twitter at www.twitter.com/PhilTrexler

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Judge Mark Fuller
It’s mid-August, and from what we’ve heard thus far, at least one federal judge with a lifetime appointment had an action-packed weekend.

As we mentioned in Morning Docket, Judge Mark Fuller of the Middle District of Alabama spent a night in jail after he allegedly had a violent altercation with his wife, Kelli Fuller. The Fullers were staying at the Ritz-Carlton in Atlanta, Georgia, when all hell broke loose — as tends to happen when accusations of marital infidelities are mixed with alcohol.

Judge Fuller was released from jail Monday morning after paying $5,000 bond, but what caused these events to occur, and with whom did his wife accuse him of having an affair?

According to Decaturish, a locally sourced news site, the incident unfolded after Kelli Fuller accused her husband of marital transgressions. Per the site’s report, Judge Fuller’s “other woman” was allegedly one of his law clerks. Here’s some additional info on what allegedly went down, from the Associated Press:Police say the judge was on the bed when they entered the room, which smelled of alcohol. There was broken glass and hair on the floor. Blood was discovered in the bathroom.

Kelli Fuller told police that her husband became violent after she accused him of having an affair with a law clerk in his Montgomery office. She said he pulled her hair, threw her to the ground and dragged her, kicked her and struck her several times in the face.

Mark Fuller told police that his wife became violent as she confronted him with allegations of cheating. The judge told police he was watching television when his wife threw a drink glass at him. He told officers that he grabbed her hair and threw her to the ground to defend himself.

Judge Fuller’s stepson, Hunter Gregg, was also on scene this weekend, and told police that “this was not the first time an incident like this had occurred.” Yikes. This keeps getting worse and worse. We’ve reached out to the Atlanta Police Department to obtain a copy of Judge Fuller’s arrest report. If and when we do hear back from the APD, we will be sure to update this post so you can take a look at it.

Judge Fuller was carted off to jail shortly after the police arrived. He was charged with misdemeanor battery, a charge that typically carries a fine of up to $1,000 and is punishable by up to a year of jail time. Here’s Judge Fuller’s booking report from the Atlanta Police Department:

The Reporters Committee for the Freedom of the Press claims that this is not the first time Judge Fuller has been accused of domestic violence. When the jurist divorced his first wife, Lisa Boyd Fuller, in 2012, he requested that the court file be sealed for security reasons, as it allegedly contained “accusations of domestic violence, drug abuse and the judge’s alleged affair with his court bailiff.”

Judge Fuller is next due in court on August 22, 2014, for a probable cause hearing, even though his own docket in the Middle District of Alabama is quite full on that day. In the future, we’d suggest that His Honor stick to banging his gavel instead of allegedly banging his law clerks.

On a more serious note, if you’re involved in a verbally or physically abusive relationship, there are friends, family, and colleagues you can call. If you’re a victim of domestic violence, reach out if you need help. If you feel that you are in immediate danger, please call the  

National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233). Assistance is available in English and Spanish.

Federal Judge Accused of Hitting Wife in Argument [Associated Press]
Federal judge jailed after alleged domestic dispute [CNN]
Wife confronted U.S. judge about affair [Decaturish]
Montgomery circuit court seals file in U.S. district judge’s divorce proceedings [Reporters Committee for the Freedom of the Press]

Judge Ron Mamiya is censured for having affair, but gets to keep job

In Novemer 2008, a settlement was reached between Seattle Municipal Court Judge Ron Mamiya and an employee who later sued for sexual harassment.  It has been documented that after she broke off the affair with Mamiya, she had to quit her job, because he would call her into his chambers, where he would then kiss and fondle her without her permission .  The city paid the woman $67,500 and Mamiya paid her 67,500 for a total of $135,000.  One of the conditions to his settlement was agreeing to "familiarize himself again with the Code of Judicial Conduct in its entirety," especially the one stating, "require judges to uphold the integrity of the judiciary by avoiding impropriety and the appearance of impropriety and by acting at all times in a manner that promotes public confidence in the integrity and impartiality of the judiciary."