Sent: Fri, February 26, 2010 7:55:41 AM
Subject: Judge with weapons conviction a fugitive from justice.
Dear Ms. Cox,
Here is evidence I believe shows Pierce County(Washington State) Superior Court Judge Frank Cuthbertson my still be a fugitive from justice in North Carolina. He was convicted of a weapons crime in Greensboro in 1979/80 and told to pay court costs.(he was part of the Greensboro Massacre) He never paid the court costs, an arrest warrant was issued for him, he never answered it and fled to the Pacific Northwest to get into a law school that wouldn't check his arrest record. I'm not sure about NC statutes, but in most states an arrest warrant is forever. He lied to his law school about his arrest record, lied to the Washington State Bar Association to cover up his arrest and then lied to the governor of the state of Washington (Garry Locke) when he applied to become a judge (1999/2000.) Lying to a public official in Washington State is a crime. (RCW 9A.76.175)
The question is would judge Cuthbertson pardon a criminal in his court if the criminal said "I never received the warrant." This is exactly what Judge Cuthbertson said. Check out item #10 in "The Culture of Shielding Judicial Colleagues" by attorney Doug Schafer. One honest, brave attorney stood up against this criminal and the state Bar Association shut him up!
Are judges above the gun laws? Is this a good example to set for the public and our children? Should this convicted criminal set in judgment of others when he also evaded an arrest warrant and lied about it. Are our elected officials and the state Bar Association now hiding this mans crimes?
William D. Webster