Women's Bondage in Court

Women's Bondage in Court

By VeteranonVeteran.com

Veterans March has been investigating alleged corruption the Arkansas 15th Judicial Circuit, Division 2 involving a World War II and a Korean War Veteran.  The investigation has developed into other areas that involve a corrupt pattern of abuse towards women and the disregard for the welfare of children.  In part 1 the details of a daughter of an Air Force Veteran who appear before the court of Judge McCormick reveals her horrific endurance of domestic violence and her fear for the the safety of her child.

Judge McCormick
Judge McCormick

During the look into court cases involving women in the court of  Judge David H. McCormick, Arkansas 15th Judicial Circuit, Division 2.  After a review by Veterans March of the court cases and testimony by litigants a disturbing pattern was discovered towards women and children.  Judge McCormick has been involved in other cases that are very disturbing. Visit https://JusticeForFredPotter.com to learn more about the disturbing details of what this judge is doing to a 89 year old Korean War veteran who served in the Marine Corps and Army.

Statement form another victim of abuse appearing in Judge McCormick’s court…

“This judge takes what absolutely belongs to one person and gives to another with no regard to health and safety.  As I sat in court, watched him sitting on his throne appearing bored, I realized he already had made his decision long before the proceedings were over and it had absolutely nothing to do with justice. He also spent lots of time during breaks with Skinner (a lawyer of Skinner Law Firm).

The ex-husband commented that he had nothing to worry about as he had the judge in his back pocket.”

Taking a stand for women and children's rights.

In the video a excerpt of a audio recording is very graphic and disturbing.  You will hear the brutal beating of a woman by a domestic partner who prevented her from calling the police, and threaten to kill her. 

The woman, with threats  of physical violence, was coerced into buying a house.  She paid for the house and financially maintained the house.  Judge McCormick, in a partition hearing, had refused to hear any testimony of coercion any domestic violence.  The man is known to be an alcoholic and rarely can keep a job. The judge had also refused to hear the recording of a beating.  Why is the man not in prison and why did the judge order the house to be sold at auction and leave a mother and child homeless?

From financial abuse of senior citizens, alleged child molestation, bondage of women, judicial extortion, judicial misconduct, and violations of the Arkansas Judicial Code of Conduct, this judge, in small town america, seemingly has a past on doing whatever he wishes to do not withstanding the norms of judicial conduct.

Anyone that feels that they have been harmed by the actions of Judge David H. McCormick are encourage to email your story at investigations@jfp.news.  All submissions are kept in strict confidence.

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