This should lead to disbarment
For testifying truthfully?
Posted by: Flight-ER-Doc at July 13, 2013 02:12 PM
Unprotected Whistleblower. Told the Defense about favorable evidence that wasn't disclosed by the Prosecutor. Prosecutor decided the guy "wasn't trustworthy".
Posted by: Jim D. at July 13, 2013 04:36 PM
Yeah, I think Corey is the untrustworthy one. Geez I thought lawyers, whatever side of the court they're on, are 'officers of the court' and have certain responsibilities as well as perks. I guess that's unless you have connections.
Posted by: Steve Moyer at July 13, 2013 06:00 PM
Need a new clerk, there, David? He comes recommended as highly ethical.
Posted by: TinCan Assassin at July 13, 2013 07:53 PM
Quite the dilemma for scumbag government officials. They need IT services, but they can't count on intelligent IT guys keeping quiet when they see their employers doing wrong.
Posted by: Brian at July 13, 2013 08:06 PM
Does the ex-IT guy have grounds for a defamation suit or is the prosecutor immune?
Posted by: Jonathan at July 13, 2013 09:25 PM
I'm the "other" voice. The IT guy should have been fired a long time ago. His disclosure concerning the Z trial was but a single item in a long list of offenses the SAO detailed in the letter telling him he was fired.
Having said that, I find nothing wrong with Fate allowing the SAO until now to issue his termination notice.
Posted by: skidmark at July 14, 2013 05:20 AM
Except that less than two months ago he was given a raise for "meritorious performance". Your handle is certainly appropriate; you're full of it.
Posted by: SDN at July 15, 2013 09:41 AM
It looks to me like the "long list" of prior misconduct was a few petty discrepancies that they used to bolster their decision. It is clear from reading the entire letter that there was really only one reason that they fired him: he revealed their corruption. Mr. Kruidbos should hold his head high. I hope he lands in a better place.
Posted by: Jeff at July 15, 2013 11:42 AM
SDN, clearly, then, "Meritorious Service" which warranted any amount of a raise in this economy is part and parcel of the "long list of offenses the SAO detailed in the letter telling him he was fired."
That and Skidmark's remarks are yet more risible actions in this Moscow show trial.
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