Another of Atlanta’s “finest” federal judges, Jack Camp, has been arrested.
He was caught allegedly buying drugs for his stripper girlfriend.
All of ther federal judges recused themselves in Judge Camp’s case.
So, the Chief Justice of The United States Supreme Court has named a judge from another circuit to handle the case.
Senior U.S. District Judge Jack T. Camp was arrested on October 1, 2010 after he handed an undercover law enforcement agent $160 for cocaine and Roxycodone, a narcotic pain medication, that he intended to use with an exotic dancer at an Atlanta strip club, authorities said in a court document. They said they also found two firearms in the front seat of his vehicle.
Court records indicate that Judge Camp met the stripper at the Goldrush Showbar in Atlanta in early 2010 and he soon began paying her for sex and buying cocaine from her at $40 to $50 a pop.
I find it amazing that all of the judges recused themselves from handling a drug and sex case involving a 23-year federal judge, yet they all refused to recuse themselves in my lawsuit against Judge Evans. My lawsuit involves serious crimes — hundreds of them.
The reason is very clear to me: Not all of the federal judges are messing around with strippers and buying cocaine. But many are committing the same crimes that Judge Evans commits. So, they have to remain in the case regarding Judge Evans so they can protect each other from being exposed for rampant corruption. That’s my opinion.
After reading about what the Chief Justice did in this case, I am filing motions asking that the same thing be done in my appeals. Let’s see what happens.