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Judge Ken Anderson of Georgetown, TX; lifetime porker, lying loser

 
The state of Texas provided Ken Anderson with a law license in 1976 after he graduated from the University of Texas Law School.
 
After he received his law license in 1976, Kenny fully recognized that no respectable law firm in the greater Austin area was about to offer him a good paying job. Therefore, Kenny has dedicated his entire legal career of thirty-six (36) years to porking out at the public trough as set forth below.
  • 1976-1977 – Research assistant for Judge Leon Douglas of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals
  • 1977-1978 – Staff Attorney at the Texas Department of Corrections
  • 1979-1985 – Williamson County Assistant DA
  • 1985-2001 – Williamson County District Attorney
  • 2002-2012 – District Court Judge
Gov. Rick Perry appointed Kenny to the bench in 2002. Kenny wasn’t appointed because he was the most qualified attorney in the greater Austin area. Kenny was appointed because he had proven to be a reliable lackey, gopher and apple-polisher for the local political hacks over the prior 26 years.
 
The Texas State Bar charged Judge Ken Anderson with the following misconduct.
 
The Bar claimed that Anderson deliberately withheld evidence and made false statements during the murder trial of Michael Morton that led to Morton’s wrongful conviction. Morton was sentenced to life and spent nearly 25 years in prison for the August 1986 murder of his wife, Christine Morton. He was exonerated in 2011 after DNA testing on a bloody bandana found near the crime scene was linked to another man.
 
Kenny is facing civil and criminal legal action and could be disbarred if he is found to have violated professional rules of conduct in securing Morton’s wrongful conviction. (Brandi Grissom, the Texas Tribune)
 
In a lame attempt at levity, Kenny said he regrets the errors of the justice system in Morton’s case. But he has denied allegations that he committed wrongdoing in the prosecution. In his response to the ethics lawsuit, Kenny denied against him and asserted that the claims were prohibited under the statute of limitations.
 
During their investigation, Morton’s lawyers, John Raley, of the Houston law firm Raley & Bowick, and Barry Scheck and Nina Morrison of the Innocence Project, discovered items of evidence that they claimed Anderson deliberately withheld from defense lawyers and from the judge. (Texas Tribune)
 
The State Bar’s 10-month investigation led to its charges that Kenny knew of the concealed evidence and knowingly and intentionally withheld it from Morton’s defense attorney. The Bar also alleged that Kenney made a false statement to the trial court when he told the presiding judge that he had no evidence that could support Morton’s claims of innocence.
 
Kenny’s Hyperbolic (BS) Defense
 
Kenny’s defense for cheerfully concealing evidence in a murder trial that led to a wrongful conviction and imprisonment of an innocent man for 25-years was to laughingly claim that the statute of limitations for prosecuting an ethics complaint against him had expired (tolled).
 
The rules re: the statute of limitations states, “No attorney licensed to practice law in Texas may be disciplined for Professional Misconduct occurring more than four years before the time when the allegation of Professional Misconduct is brought to the attention of the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel, except in cases in which disbarment or suspension is compulsory.”
 
It is painfully clear that in addition to being a crooked Prosecutor hell-bent on placing notches on his “conviction belt,” Kenny is also a certified Moron. Any high school graduate in Texas could interpret the plain language regarding the statute of limitations that Kenny the Moron relies on. It plainly states that the statute of limitations begins to run:
 
When the misconduct is brought to the attention of the Office of Disciplinary Counsel
The statute never tolls if the misconduct mandates suspension of disbarment
 
Clearly, concealing evidence to gain a wrongful murder conviction and then lying about it is grounds for disbarment or suspension. In fact, it would clearly support a criminal conviction against Kenney.
 
Hopefully, the members of the Disciplinary Panel will vote unanimously to disbar Kenney, followed by the same result from the Justices of the Texas Supreme Court.
 
If justice were truly blind, Kenny should be sentenced to serve the same 25-years he found acceptable for an innocent man to serve.
 
As we speak, (ca. November 2012), Kenny the Liar continues to sit as a District Court Judge in Georgetown, Texas, which is about 30 miles north of Austin.
 
 
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