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As noted, Judge Kemp announced [his candidacy] on November 6, 2015. On November 12, 2015, Judge Kemp signed off on a plea agreement that did away with two felonies–one of which carried a mandatory minimum of five years.
Oh…did I mention that Ms. Finn is the daughter of Kay and James Hinkle of Mountain View? Because she is.
Why does that matter? Because Stone County is not exactly large in terms of population. So, for the uninitiated, Kay Hinkle is a UCA Board Member. James Hinkle is part of the family that owned the independent Bank of Mountain View and the independent telephone company, the Mountain View Telephone Co.
Anyway, sixteen days after Judge Kemp signed off on Lea Ann Finn’s plea of guilty to an unclassified misdemeanor, Ms. Finn’s parents each donated $2,500.00 to Judge Kemp’s campaign. Her sister also donated $500 on that same date.
"In our judicial system it is the prosecutor, not the judge, that negotiates and recommends plea bargains, Brogdon wrote. "The plea agreement in the referenced case is no different than thousands of other cases that involve first time offenders in Arkansas. Furthermore, according to rules of professional conduct - which Judge Kemp has pledged to uphold - judicial candidates should, as much as possible, not be aware of those who have contributed to their campaign. Any accusation or suggestion that Judge Kemp arranged a favorable ruling in exchange for campaign support is categorically false, and reeks of dirty politics from his opponent’s campaign."
They deserve one of Mini's 'special' pies.
Absolutely it's not too late to investigate the Clinton's cozy relationship with the Russians. "Bill…