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Moral Dilemma

April 30, 2014

Yet another crack in the foundation of the Randolph County judiciary appeared Monday as details of an extramarital affair between Judge Jaymie Godwin Wilfong and a county employee were aired, furthe......

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TruthSeeker

May-05-14 9:16 AM

The crack in the foundation of our entire justice system from DOJ Eric Holder, Obama and down to individual towns/cities has passed the 'crack' stage and is now a CRATER! November is 'clean house' month and the entire country has a lot of houses to clean!

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TruthSeeker

May-02-14 8:26 AM

Unfortunately today we have the most immoral, unprincipled, least honest, least just people in jobs that should not be there. Judges, teachers, legislators, presidents...and yes, even officers of the law such as the highest office, Dept of Justice where Eric Holder 'picks' which laws he wishes to uphold and which ones he arrogantly believes he can ignore. How about YOU telling the law officers that YOU picked which ones you wanted to ignore if/when you ever get into trouble. Wonder how that would work out for YOU!?! The lawless and corrupt people are running the country at this time...at least until November!

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TopGun

May-01-14 6:09 AM

Wilfong has always been a very poor judge. Her lack of morals shined through in her sentencing of all kinds of criminals, from child molesters to drug pushers. I can't think if a single time when she imposed a maximum sentence on anyone, no matter how severe the crime. Perhaps if the judicial system screened their judges better we wouldn't end up with judges like Wilfong. The first requirement should be that they should have a law degree, and be familiar with the judicial system. She was one of the worst judges I've ever seen.

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