Seymour #25

The California Commission on Judicial Performance has referred Attorney Clay Feet’s complaint against Judge Jeremy Sandstone to The Obsidian Fracturing and Retention or Termination Council.

The OFART-C has determined that Judge Sandstone acted extra judicially in his handling of the Family Court matter of Seymour’s children during his previous visit and acted beyond ethics of mountainous proportions in this current visit with his sledgehammered approach to Julia’s misadventures.

Accordingly, all previous charges against Seymour have been dismissed with prejudice, Julia has been remanded to custody, and Judge Sandstone has been defrocked.

“Shoot fire, heck a brick!’

Meanwhile, the local Department of Public Works has dismantled the campaign billboard in our driveway and the California Secretary of State has determined that now Mister Sandstone cannot run in our local election because he is not a resident of our city. Criminal charges of elections fraud have been filed.

Mary Granite has noticed that Element is working with a new person frequenting the neighborhood whom we believe to be a Private Investigator hired by Attorney Feet to gather evidence in the upcoming lawsuits. Her interest seems to be highly unusual.

Seymour is now worried about returning home and letting Das Skunk know about his most recent affliction.

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32 thoughts on “Seymour #25

  1. DrillerAA09 says:

    If the PI that Element is working with turns our to be Mossy Stone. Be very careful, he is one slippery character. But he's not a PI he's a computer hacker specializing in hacking into voter registration files. He sells the files to dishonorable candidates who use them to inflate the voter roles. There will be more votes cast than actual voters. He leaves no stone un-turned.

  2. Marg says:

    The life of the rocks is very exciting. I can't seem to come up with a smart comment. But maybe they need a boulder to get them all straight. Sandee, you and Zane have a fantastic day.

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