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This ^^^ is the post that you replied to, you even reproduced it...nowhere does she say "trump did it". It specifically refers to the Russian mobster thugs who rented most of the commercial property in "trump tower". Your reading comprehension is negative on scale.They'll start with the husband and her psychological state. If those are negative, then IMMEDIATELY on to what cases she was working on. She had recently written an opinion on SAME SEX COUPLES and disposition of dependent children. I hope that was NOT the case for getting rid of her! But she apparently ruled on 'consumers' side in cases of big bases.
(How close was she to TRUMP Tower and that group of RUSSIAN thugs and mercenaries? It would be dumb not ask).
Last edited by Friday13; 12th April 2017 at 11:26 PM.
Liberals are so desperate ........
It's interesting but not surprising that this thread got trolled into the toilet so quickly. To get back on topic, below is some interesting information about the judge. It seems that she was a liberal, social justice warrior, of impeccable character and knowledge.. It kind of shatters one's image of Muslims, ya think?
I'm not saying that this had any bearing on her death, but it is one more piece of the puzzle:
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said in a statement on Wednesday that Judge Abdus-Salaam was a pioneer with an “unshakable moral compass.” He added, “Justice Sheila Abdus-Salaam was a trailblazing jurist whose life in public service was in pursuit of a more fair and more just New York for all.” Sheila Abdus-Salaam, Judge on New York?s Top Court, Is Found Dead in Hudson River
In nominating her to the highest court in 2013, Mr. Cuomo praised her “working-class roots” and her “deep understanding of the everyday issues facing New Yorkers.” Her nomination was part of a push by Mr. Cuomo to diversify the court. When another judge, Rowan D. Wilson, joined the court this year, it was the first time the Court of Appeals had two African-American judges in its 169-year history.Sheila Abdus-Salaam, Judge on New York?s Top Court, Is Found Dead in Hudson RiverOn the court, Judge Abdus-Salaam was among the most reliable and steadfast liberal voices, regularly siding with vulnerable parties — the poor, impoverished immigrants and people with mental illnesses, for instance — against more powerful and established interests. She also tended to lean toward injured parties who brought claims of misconduct, fraud or breach of contract against wealthy corporations. Sheila Abdus-Salaam, Judge on New York?s Top Court, Is Found Dead in Hudson RiverAmong her colleagues, she was admired for her thoughtfulness, her candor and her finely crafted and restrained writing style. She was not one to use her decisions as a soapbox to make high-sounding political points or to wax poetic, even when her rulings were precedent-setting.
In a statement, Chief Judge Janet DiFiore said, “Her personal warmth, uncompromising sense of fairness and bright legal mind were an inspiration to all of us who had the good fortune to know her.” Sheila Abdus-Salaam, Judge on New York?s Top Court, Is Found Dead in Hudson RiverLast summer, Judge Abdus-Salaam wrote an important decision, Matter of Brooke S.B. v. Elizabeth A.C.C., that expanded the definition of what it means to be a parent, overturning a previous ruling. For 25 years, the court had held that the nonbiological parent in a same-sex couple had no standing to seek custody or visitation rights after a breakup. Sheila Abdus-Salaam, Judge on New York?s Top Court, Is Found Dead in Hudson River
Last edited by ProgressivePatriot; 13th April 2017 at 06:55 AM.
Was she seen drinking alcohol?