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Yesterday Howie Carr announced that the judge who let the Weymouth cop killer out on just $500 bail after being arrested for selling cocaine to children and assaulting a police officer, was Jeanmarie Carroll:
BREAKING: Jeanmarie Carroll <– She's the judge who cut loose cop-killer Emanuel "Manny" Lopes last October. JP resident, appointed by Deval Patrick, late 2014, worked for Norfolk DA, gave to her bosses, $975 to Morrissey, $725 to Keating. grad of Holy Cross and NE Law.
— Howie Carr (@HowieCarrShow) July 16, 2018
Her face should be everywhere. She should no longer be employed as a judge. In what other line of work do you have this sort of job security. She literally got two people killed because her judgement is so bad. If you have shitty judgement, then you should not work as a judge. It’s really pretty simple. If a police officer fucked up on the job and killed an innocent person in an unjustified shooting, they’d be looking at jail time, and would certainly not be a police officer anymore. These people are highly compensated for a reason – because they are held to a higher standard. At least they should be. Clearly that is not the case as judges NEVER lose their jobs in this state.
Jeanmarie Carroll was appointed to the bench in 2014:
A well-respected prosecutor who has worked under four district attorneys in Norfolk County is headed behind the bench at Quincy District Court. Jeanmarie Carroll, the first woman to serve as first assistant district attorney in Norfolk County, was confirmed by a unanimous vote of the Governor’s Council on Wednesday to become an associate justice in the Quincy court. Carroll was nominated for the job by Gov. Deval Patrick last month. Carroll, a resident of Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood, applied to become a district court judge twice before but was not picked. She told the Governor’s Council last week that she was still excited by the prospect of serving behind the bench.
“I’m not done yet,” she said. “I believe in public service. I believe in giving back.”
Why does it matter that she’s the first woman to serve as first ADA in Norfolk County? It’s meaningless feel good garbage like that which brings us judges like this. The Governor’s Council and Deval Patrick patted themselves on the back for crossing yet another identity politics barrier. It gave them the feelz to know they were making a difference in their own diluted minds.
As a former prosecutor you would think that she would actually want to hold the criminals accountable. But as we’ve seen with Worcester County DA Joe Early, these prosecutors, who should be advocating for the safety of the citizens, often view themselves as activists. That’s why she lowered maggot’s bail from $5,000 to just $500, despite selling drugs to children in October and assaulting a cop:
Emmanuel Lopes was released on $500 bail after distributing drugs to minors. pic.twitter.com/kGqMuIsd4J
— Kirk & Callahan (@KirkAndCallahan) July 16, 2018
If you don’t take drug dealing to kids seriously, then why are you a judge? Because $500 bail is a joke. Clearly this waste of space would reoffend the second he got out.
The conditions of his release were that he remain drug and alcohol free. Naturally he missed a random drug screening in February, which was FIVE MONTHS AGO, and somehow was not immediately put back in jail after that. What am I missing here? I was under the impression that if you violate the terms of your release, then you go back to jail. If you don’t, then what’s the point of having terms of release?
Ironically Carroll was critical of Middlesex County hack DA Marian Ryan’s office for releasing violent offender Jared Remy:
Carroll, a Norfolk County first assistant district attorney at the time, was previously assigned to work with Secretary of Public Safety Kevin M. Burke on an independent review of Remy’s controversial release before he stabbed his girlfriend Jennifer Martel to death in 2014. They concluded that the Middlesex DA’s office mishandled the case, saying prosecutors did not weigh all of the risks.
So she knew full well the dangers involved in letting people like this remain free. Yet she did it anyway. Because the problem is that judges like this see themselves as saviors. They live in a fantasy world where giving these maggots second and third and fourth chances will help them become law abiding citizens. And then one day, twenty years from now, they’ll get a thank you letter from the convicts, thanking them for giving them the opportunity to make something of themselves.
But that’s not reality. Sure, it might make a good Lifetime movie, but the vast, vast majority of these people are criminals by nature. Hurting other people is the only thing they know how to do. And they’re very good at putting on a show for the judge. They wear their dress up Jordan’s and a polo shirt, they say “yes, your honor,” and their taxpayer funded lawyers tell the judge that they were just about to turn their life around and open up their own barber shop. The gullible judges, who live far, far away from this criminal element and thus don’t understand how they operate, naively fall for their charming act, and let them go free. Then innocent people die. It needs to end.
Then there was this case from Attleboro last year:
The city man accused of assaulting a police officer and commandeering his cruiser until they crashed into a utility pole during a struggle will be able to go free if he can make bail. After a dangerousness hearing Friday in Attleboro District Court, Judge Jeanmarie Carroll ruled that 20-year-old Cristofer Veloz was not a danger. The judge said her decision, however, did “not minimize how serious this incident is” or the impact it had on the officers injured or on the civilians involved.
Yup. This woman has a habit of letting people off easy who assault the police. Somehow she ruled that he was “not a danger” because he had some people write nice letters vouching for him. Yet in the next breath she says that it’s still a serious incident, which it was, since the cop was severely injured. Makes sense.
It needs to end folks. We don’t elect judges directly in this state, but we do elect them indirectly. There are three ways a judge can be removed in Massachusetts. Here are two of them:
The governor, with consent of the governor’s council, may remove judges upon the joint address of both houses of the general court. The governor, with consent of the governor’s council, may also retire judges because of advanced age or mental or physical disability.
Judges may be impeached by the house of representatives and convicted by the senate.
The latter will never happen, because the State Legislature is filled with assholes like Michelle Dubois and Jamie Eldridge, who favor weaker penalties for criminals. Don’t even get me started on them.
But the former can happen. We have a governor who claims he supports the police and wants law and order. Charlie Baker has the power to remove any judge he wants if the governor’s council gives him the green light. There are 8 members of the Governor’s Council, and they are directly elected by the people. We highly suggest you find out which one represents your district, write them a respectfully but strongly worded email, and CC the rest of the council:
Here are their emails for you convenience:
We can bitch about it, or we can take action. I for one am sick of seeing cops and innocent people getting killed because of the incompetence of these overpaid hack judges, and I’m writing my email right now.