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Honorable Judge Frank Montalvo….Judicial Miscondict AGAIN!
On Feb. 12, 2014 the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals
Appeal from the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas USDC No. 3:11-CR-2126-1
Ruled defendant PETER VICTOR AYIKA: “For the foregoing reasons, we VACATE Ayika’s guilty plea and REMAND for further proceedings before a different district judge. Because we take this action, we do not reach Ayika’s other arguments challenging his conviction and sentence.”
ANOTHER IMPROPER JUDICIAL PARTICIPATION – COERCION IN THE COURT ROOM. Last one was 8 months ago.
When an impartial Federal Judge like Frank Montalvo states:
“Montalvo said that despite the sentence, Mena is still in a position to make up for his wrongdoing. ‘Unlike every single defendant, you still have information that could benefit the government to put people in prison,’ said Montalvo.”
What is this impartial Federal Judge implying by his statement to a Defendant, during Sentencing, in directing the Defendant to place himself in a position to “make up for his wrongdoing”.. …….”to put people in prison.”?
Has this Federal Judge already accused and placed GUILTY judgment on other “people” to go to prison BEFORE a trial?
Who else is left in this for a Judge to DEMAND what he did to this Defendant?
Who are the “PEOPLE” the Judge is referring to, to want to make Mena receive a lower Sentence, by implying Mena can receive reduced Sentence by a Rule 35 Later? Is this still the United States? Are the Federal Courts now an arm of the Prosecutors, there to assist the prosecutors? Sure sounds like it…..
See what this Judge said on this News Article at:
See what this Judge said on this News Article at: http://newspapertree.com/articles/2013/12/16/mena-pak-sentenced-in-corruption-cases-involving-bribery