Phoenix Arizona Press Conference: Clean Up the Courts!

Dear Concerned Citizens and Victims of Judicial Corruption,

You are invited to join us for a Press Conference:

Date: May 31, 2012

Time: 10:00 a.m.

Location: 1700 West Washington (the state Capitol) Phoenix, Arizona

Purpose: Andrew Thomas will discuss new judicial reform legislation SCR 1001. And some victims of the corruption in Maricopa County Probate Court will tell their stories.

If you have been a victim of judicial corruption, we want you to attend. Please bring banners and/or signs that read, “CLEAN UP THE COURTS!”

RSVP to:

Read SCR 1001

6 Responses to “Phoenix Arizona Press Conference: Clean Up the Courts!”

  1. Thelma Says:

    Great going, Christine!

  2. Betty Says:

    I hope there's a BIG crowd!

  3. Mike Says:

    Wow! I'm so glad to see people getting together to attempt to fix the judicial system, which has been out of control for a long time.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Arizon is sparking again!

  5. Norma Says:

    Who is Andrew Thomas and where did he come from? I wonder what motivates him.I hope this is a very successful event.

  6. Unknown Says:

    Andrew Thomas is the former Maricopa County Attorney who was recently disbarred for exposing corruption within the County Board of Supervisors and Judge Gary Donahoe – who happen to be among several that have badly victimized wards of the court and their families in Maricopa County Though he has never been involved in probate, Mr. Thomas has been victimized by the same type of judicial corruption that we probate victims have been punished by. This is why we have joined forces… combined our efforts to work towards much needed reform here in AZ.

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