July 11, 2007, - 2:51 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
What happens when Mid-Eastern, Islamist-style values dominate a city? They invade the courthouse and the rest of the legal system. Dearbornistan is the textbook example.
Check out the story of Judge William C. Hultgren, who was trying to help his Shi’ite friends from the Hezbollah stronghold of Bint Jbeil, Lebanon (the Beydoun and Dabaja families are prominent Hezbollah supporters, and in Lebanon, they are Hezbollah operatives):
DEARBORN: Complaint says judge broke judicial standards
The Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission filed a complaint Tuesday against a 19th District Court judge for interfering in a case last year already assigned to another judge in the same court.
According to the complaint, Judge William C. Hultgren met with an acquaintance, Ali Beydoun, in October 2006. Beydoun discussed a debt collection case involving Hussein Dabaja, the cousin of Beydoun’s business partner, Frank Dabaja.
The commission accuses Hultgren of several violations of judicial standards, including conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice.
Hultgren must respond to the complaint within 14 days.
Religion of Justice-tampering.
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