Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Cline Continues Anti-Hudson Crusade
As seen in the document below, Tracey Cline is continuing her crusade against Judge Orlando Hudson.
In this instance, the former DA has requested mediation to address her demands for full access to "the email of [Hudson's] assistant, Peggy Bullock and himself." [comma splice in original] A Cline FOIA request for some Hudson e-mails had been granted, but (as would seem appropriate) Hudson did not turn over e-mails relating to specifics of pending criminal cases. This, at least, is the version Cline presents of her previous FOIA requests; as her removal proceedings demonstrated, she has only the loosest of attachments with the truth.
In a request that consisted of three paragraphs written by her, the former district attorney managed to include four grammatical errors (such as, "Last week I e-mail Judge Hudson...").
It's hard for me to imagine that a private citizen, as Cline now is, could obtain full access to the e-mail files of a sitting judge (and his assistant).