Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Why prop 8 judge should have recused himself.

It has now come to be public knowledge that Judge Vaughn Walker stood to gain personally when he threw out the votes of 7,001,084 tax paying citizens of the great state of California. Wow.

Doesn't it stand to reason that, if a judge stands to gain from his own ruling, he should recuse himself from the case? Well, it turns out that Judge Walker is/was in a ten year sexual relationship with another man, and was less than a year away from retiring from the bench. (Look at how retirement affected his "judgement.") When he threw out the fair and legal votes of over seven million people (52% of those that voted on prop 8), he stood to gain from his decision!

My evidence is here, here, and (as of 16 April) here.

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