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Former Louisiana Prosecutor Ken Dohre; lying loser


The state of Louisiana presented Ken John Dohre with a law license in 1999 after he graduated from duke University  School of Law.


The Office of Disciplinary Counsel found Eric Guilty of the following misconduct.


The Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board has charged Kenny with engaging in the following misconduct, all of which took place while he was a Jefferson Parish Prosecutor involved in the prosecution of Michael Williams who was accused of killing Michelle Gallagher and dumping her body on River Road in Waggaman.

  • Failed to disclose prosecution witness grand jury testimony to defense counsel that was in conflict with testimony at Williams murder trial
  • Failed to advise defense counsel prior to trial that grand jury testimony of prosecution witness was exculpatory as to the guilt of Williams
  • Violated Williams’ due process right by concealing exculpatory (Brady) evidence from the defense
  • Was intimately aware that Landry’s grand jury was materially different than his trial testimony but failed to take any action at trial to correct Landry’s testimony despite his knowledge that it was false (perjurious)
  • Knowingly elicited false testimony [subornation of perjury] from Landry in his zeal to place another “notch” on his prosecutorial belt
  • Knew or should have known that Landry’s grand jury testimony negated the guilty of Williams
  • Egregious misconduct caused actual harm to Williams in that he spent 16 years in prison as a direct cause of Kenny’s concealment of relevant Brady material to defense counsel

The apologists for Prosecutors who knowingly violate a defendant’s due process rights and a right to a fair trial laughingly recommended that Kenny’s law license be suspended for one year and one day.


In truth, if justice were truly “blind” then Kenny would be prosecuted for his illegal conduct and sentenced to serve 16 years in the same prison that he so cheerfully caused Mr. Williams to while away in. Put simply, what’s good for the goose (the innocent victim) should clearly be good for the gander (the person who violated the goose’s due process rights).


Moreover, why hasn’t Kenny been prosecuted for “subornation of perjury” when he knowingly elicited false trial testimony from Mr. Landry for the sole purpose of wrongfully convicting Mr. Williams. If he was so prosecuted it would certainly send a strong message to likeminded prosecutors who feel it is acceptable to engage in egregious Brady violations.


Apparently, Kenny was and likely is of the opinion that “due process” is the means by which the grass becomes moist in the a.m.


As we speak (ca. July 2018), unbelievably, Kenny is employed by the 22nd Judicial District Attorney Warren Montgomery office in St. Tammany Parish as an Assistant District Attorney.


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