F. Lee Bailey, attorney who represented O.J. Simpson, denied bid to practice law in Maine

  • Article by: Associated Press
  • Updated: January 1, 2013 - 7:55 PM
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roymercerJan. 1, 13 4:34 PM

We now know which four members of the Maine Board of Examiners are dirty.

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rudieannJan. 1, 13 5:16 PM

I applaud you Maine. Great to know that there are still a few States left in this country that do not allow sleeze, murdering lovers to practice law who have no integrity like they do in NC with people like Allan Thomas, Bill Thomas, Kerstin Walker Sutton, David Collins, Charles Tighe, Thomas Rhodes and a few judges as well as the NC FBI who all have their heads up Duke Univerity's rear end. All I can say, do not allow little Bs like Sumetrice Long Porter haul you into Duke Executive offices to report federal criminal messes on doctors such as Gordon Klintworth, Natalie Afshari and David Eifrig. Someone should revoke Thomas Perez's right to be the US Attorney, Civil Rights Division as well. I now say due to our federal government, sleeze ball attoneys, dirty Duke Executives, dirty Judges, just take their dirty money like was offered to me by their Chief Compliance Officer at the time, Britt Crewse and make sure you take a tape recorder when talking to people who demand your presence at meetings over Duke Eye Center Criminals such as Victor Dzau, Sumetrice Porter, Juliann Tenney, Britt Crewse and John Falletta and never, never contact the NC FBI or any other member of the corrupt Feds who love Duke with the exception of the Social Security Administration and the only politican in this State who has no use for these federal tax criminals who abuse, waste and commit fraud on Comestic Surgery has been Senator Richard Burr. The rest just love the Paris Hilton's of Duke including our current President Barack Obama.

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