Organizations Accuse Meek Mill Judge of 'History of Inappropriate and Unethical Conduct'

Postado Dezembro 07, 2017

After Meek Mill received an unjust sentencing for violating his probation, even against the recommendation of his probation officers, Meek Mill's lawyers and supporters have been rallying to get him out.

According to Vibe, social justice organizations #cut50 and Color of Change have called for an investigation of Judge Brinkley after discovering she omitted information on "Statement of Financial Interests" forms. On #Cut50's website they say that after a review of her "Statement of Financial Interests" forms that were filed with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court from 2007 up until previous year showcased 44 different instances of the judge not disclosing her rental income nor her ownership interest in various for-profit businesses., In addition to that, he also didn't disclose her status as an officer for one of those businesses.

The Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts says that judges in the East Coast state are required to fill out the forms each year and disclose certain real estate assets, gifts, debt, income sources and corporate affiliations that includes information for their spouse. Judge Brinkley also failed to report that she owns and/or is a director of two private corporations, including Business Analysts and Consultants Inc., BonBri Enterprises Inc., and Communications Analysts, International.

Jessica Jackson, National Director of #cut50 and Mayor of Mill Valley, California shares her sentiments on the matter in a statement. Transparency is the cornerstone of any good government. "This new evidence of financial impropriety is further proof to support Judge Brinkley's questionable ethics", said Scott Roberts, Senior Criminal Justice Campaign Director of Color Of Change. Since sentencing Meek to two-to-four years in prison, Brinkley has faced several accusations of unprofessional misconduct. "We ask the supervising judge in the Court of Common Pleas to take action against Judge Brinkley immediately".