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U.S. Judge Juan Perez-Gimenez of Puerto Rico; incompetent Dimwit

 

The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico presented Juan Manuel Perez-Gimenez with a law license in 1968 after he graduated from the University of Puerto Rico Law School.  

 

Former President Jimmy Carter was duped into appointing Juan as Judge to the U.S. District Court of Puerto Rico in 1979.  Juan didn’t receive the appointment because he was the most qualified attorney in Puerto Rico. He received it because he had proven to be a reliable lackey for the local political hacks.

 

Juan has had his significant snout firmly implanted in the public trough for forty-four (44) years. Apparently, no self-respecting law firm in the greater San Juan area was about to offer Juan a good paying job.

 

It should be noted that Juan assumed senior status as a judge on March 28, 2006. This allowed Juan to continue to collect his annual salary ($199,100 ca. 2016); however, he is only required to work ten (10) hours a week to collect said undeserved salary.

 

In one matter, Juan was assigned to hear the case of Michelle Maloy v. Eduardo Ballore-Lage, et al. In her lawsuit, Michelle claimed that the Puerto Rico Real Estate Examining Board denied her a license in retaliation for her public criticism of the Board, thereby violating her rights under the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.

 

Subsequently, Juan the Dimwit granted the defendant’s motion to dismiss her lawsuit for failing to state a legitimate claim for relief.

 

Shortly after Juan dismissed her case, Michelle appealed his asinine dismissal to the Circuit Court of Appeals. In reversing Juan’s laughable dismissal, the Court stated that they took as true the facts put forth in Michelle’s complaint and drew all reasonable inferences in her favor.

 

Of course, Juan the Dimwit doesn’t much give a damn about following the law and/or being reversed. He knows that no federal judge has ever been tossed off the bench for being a Certified Dumbo. Moreover, he isn’t concerned that the taxpayers will have to pay for his idiotic conduct since Michelle’s lawsuit must now be reinstated.

 

As we speak (ca. March 2017), Juan the Dimwit (JD) continues to sit as a U.S. District Court judge in San Juan Puerto Rico.

 

 

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