Don't let the gavel hit you on your way out.

Alabama theocrat and demagogue, Judge Roy Moore, exhausted his last attempt to stay on the bench. A stand-in Alabama Supreme Court unanimously rejected his appeal to the ruling of an ethics panel that removed him from the bench for failing to follow the lawful order of a federal judge to remove his ten commandment monument from the Alabama Judicial Building.

The high priest of ‘Bama got defrocked and must live with it.

Alabama Times Story

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Posted by Paige on May 3, 2004 8:42 PM

He might have to live with it for a short period of time, but sadly there is nothing preventing Judge Moore from running for office again, and if he is elected, he can pull the same stunt for the third time.

Posted by Reed on May 5, 2004 6:04 PM

If Moore is disbarred he can’t run for judicial office anymore. It will more than likely happen, and has already begun.

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