Harlow Cuadra Judge Photoed with Drug Dealer

September 25, 2009 in Freak Show Trial by Freak-Show-Trial

Judge Peter Paul Olszewski Jr., The Judge over Harlow Cuadra‘s murder trial, is declaring his protestations over photo graphs of him partying with a convicted drug dealer. The Mighty Judge says the photos were released to embarrass him.

Luzerne County Judge Peter Paul Olszewski Jr. said a photo of him partying with a convicted drug dealer and former judge/accused racketeer Michael T. Conahan was leaked to media outlets Thursday to damage his retention campaign … “It’s obviously being done to embarrass me before the election,” Olszewski said of the photo, which shows him, Conahan, the convicted dealer and a Luzerne County attorney holding drinks and liquor bottles in a Florida condominium that Conahan allegedly used to launder kickbacks in the kids-for-cash case. Citizensvoice

So, why the fuck were you with a fucking convicted drug dealer?

We could tell from New York City that something wasn’t on the up and up about Judge Michael Conahan allowing Bryan Kocis to operate a gay porn studio out of his basement when Kocis had pleaded guilty to having sex with a 15 year old boy. Judges or DAs in Luzerne County who could NOT see that Conahan’s hands “weren’t clean” are too fucking stupid to be in the criminal justice system.

As we continue to maintain here on The Bitchless Blog, Harlow Cuadra WILL WALK, eventually. You can’t have all of this shit in That Little Fucked-up Peyton Place of a County and still maintain that that fucked up court system could give anyone a fair trail.

The simply fact that Olszewki denied Cuadra his Counsel of Choice will result in a new trial for Cuadra. And when you add the fact that Olszewki redefined the standards in The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the establishment of an attorney client relationship in order to remove Demetrius Fannick as Cuadra’s lawyer, you are left to assume that Olszewki didn’t care that Cuadra’s conviction was going to be over-turned, that Olszewki just hoped that …

He could use Cuadra’s conviction to get himself re-elected BEFORE the conviction was over-turned.