There is quite a bit of controversy concerning the vacancy on the 20th Circuit bench and wouldn’t you know it Lorrie Sinclair is at the center of it. Sinclair seems to think that the NAACP is going to push her to the bench. With that enter Phillip Thompson, who sees racism everywhere and who believes Sinclair should ascend to the bench based on race.
Is Phillip Thompson a racist, google his name. He makes plenty of incendiary remarks. What has he accomplished in Loudoun, other than making ridiculous statements. You know, how it was racist that he got pulled over by a cop. You know, how he was all over the fake receipt at Anita’s. Now he has taken up the case of Lorrie Sinclair, in his world view Sinclair is the victim of cold hard cruel white racism. In reality , she is not a good candidate.
Justice is blind, that’s the theory. Loudoun may need a minority candidate but it isn’t Sinclair.
Lorrie Sinclair simply will not go away, despite her inadequacies as a Judicial candidate. This does not stop Sinclair from incredibly believing she is a qualified candidate. James P. Fisher has already been interviewed, which was successful. However the local Loudoun Bar doesn’t seem to like James P. Fisher article here. When Lorrie Sinclair is your front running candidate, you know you are in trouble. Sinclair is not judicial material. The Loudoun Bar is completely off base with recommending Sinclair. Her appointment would be an example of failing upwards. Not to mention that she attempted to prosecute an innocent man, Bruce McLaughlin.
Sinclair has made no notable achievement to the Loudoun Legal community.unless you count suing your sorority and trying to incarcerate an innocent person. The local bar, they are discrediting themselves by supporting Sinclair.
It was there for Judge Thomas D. Horne to see, it was there for Lorrie Sinclair to see. I am referring to the false documents and perjured testimony provided by Monica and Christopher Zveare.
If there is one book that Sandra Glenney should read it is “Cautio Criminalis” written by Jesuit Priest Friedrich Spree. The ironic twist is that the book was written in the 1600′s during the European Witch Trials. Although Glenney’s official title is Assistant Count Attorney, in reality she is nothing more than a cheap version of close minded witch hunter, who is fanatic in her beliefs.