Accountable much?

Ladies and gentlemen, Judge Sharon Keller revealing herself as THE ONLY PERSON IN THE UNIVERSE WHO THINKS SHE DIDN’T FUCK UP.

Prosecutor Mike McKetta’s closing question to Judge Sharon Keller:
McKetta: “Knowing what you knew then, and based on the specific things Ed Marty said to you on Sept. 25, 2007, is it correct that there is nothing different you would do if the same questions were put to you today?”
Keller: “Yes, that is correct.”
Defense lawyer Chip Babcock begins questioning his client at 1:45 p.m.
Another key exchange before the prosecution rested:
McKetta: “Would you not agree that each time you said ‘No” on Sept. 25, 2007, that was a decision?
Keller: “No. It did not because the clerk’s office closed at 5 regardless of what I said.”
McKetta: “Would you not agree that each time you said ‘No’ on Sept. 25, 2007, it had consequences?
Keller: “It did not. The clerk’s office closed regardless of what I said.”
McKetta: “Would you not agree that each time you said ‘No’ on Sept. 25, 2007, your choice affected Michael Wayne Richard?
Keller: “It was not my choice. By state law and court custom, the clerk’s office closed at 5 o’clock.”

WOW. With a few notable exceptions, I’ve never seen anyone so devoid of ethical responsibility or so unwilling to even acknowledge a mistake. Is there anyone who doubts that if Judge Keller has been working in a real business, she would have been shown the door that day based on her actions?

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