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Judge Jan Jurden of Delaware; apologist for child molesters


The state of Delaware presented Jan R. Jurden with a law license in 1988 after she graduated from the Dickinson School of Law.


In 2001, former Gov. Ruth Ann Minner was duped into appointing Jan Burden as a Superior Court Judge. Jurden didn’t receive the appointment because she was the most qualified attorney in Delaware. She received it because she had proven that she would be a reliable lackey for the local political hacks.


Judge Jurden was assigned to preside over the case of Robert H. Richards IV who was subsequently convicted of sexually abusing his three-year-old daughter. Richards is the great-grandson of Irénée du Pont, the chemical magnate.


Richards lives off a trust fund in a 5,800 square foot mansion he purchased for $1.8 million. When he isn’t residing in his mansion, he can usually be found in his beach home in the exclusive North Shores neighborhood near Rehoboth Beach.


Richards admitted in open court that he sexually abused his three-year-old daughter over the course of two years. He then pled guilty to one count of fourth-degree rape, which carries a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison.


Judge Jurden then sentenced the Pervert to an eight-year prison sentence; however, she then suspended the prison term and sentenced him to probation.


In her disgusting sentencing order, Jurden proved she was an apologist for child rapists by saying Richards “will not fare well” if he is sentenced to prison. Does anyone really care if this Child Molester doesn’t fare well in prison?


Richards should have been imprisoned at the Sussex Correction Institute in Georgetown and assigned to Cell No. 148 where he would have been roomed with Clarice (real name is Clarence) who is known to be a really, really friendly feller.


As we speak (ca. April 2014), Judge Jurden remains sitting as a Superior Court judge in Delaware.


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