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Tuesday, February 27, 2007

What goes around comes around

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Time DOES wound all heels. The former high sheriff and congressman Tommy Robinson -- and his lawyer, former state Sen. Bill Lewellen -- were led out of the Helena-West Helena federal bankrutpcy court in handcuffs yesterday for contempt of court for violating a restraining order in  Robinson's bankruptcy case.

Said Judge James Mixon, in a quote in the Democrat-Gazette that could apply thematically to Robinson's entire public career: .

“Mr. Robinson is in a state of denial about the outcome of this litigation that’s been going on and on and on and on,” Mixon said.

“It’s not like he hasn’t had his day in court — in state court, in this court, federal district court. He’s had numerous opportunities to present every facet of all these complicated issues,” Mixon said

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