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    Posted July 4, 2011 by
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    US Virgin Islands AG Frazer Lets Jersey Boy Wilson Campbell Mock Judicial System

     

    When a community cannot trust its judicial system, total collapse cannot be far behind.

     

    We bring you the story of Wilson Campbell, head of the Criminal Division of the US Virgin Islands Attorney General's office. His resume includes a public reprimand for ethical violations from the New Jersey Supreme Court, and his current role as the subject of proceedings in front of the VI Bar Association for the unauthorized practice of law.

     

    Impressive, isn't it? And what's even more amazing is that despite these public and well documented infractions, VI Attorney General Vincent Frazer, under the direction of the infamously corrupt Governor John P. deJongh, Jr., refuses to remove this individual from his role as the chief criminal prosecutor of the Territory - thereby giving tacit approval to his violation of legal standards and the jeopardy he attaches to every legal proceeding he has touched since he fled New Jersey in disgrace in 2009.

     

     

    Hard to believe? For the rest of this amazing story, go to http://cruciansinfocus.com/2011/07/04/campbell-can-run-cant-hide-from-mounting-legal-pressure-why-does-the-local-legal-community-remain-silent/.

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