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Complaint Review: Amherst Bee
Amherst BeeMain Street Amherst, New York United States of America
Amherst Bee In Judge Mark Farrell's Pocket Amherst, New York
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The Amherst Bee is bias local newspaper. If you advertise (pay a fee to the paper) it is almost a guaranty that there will be no negitive publicity about you. Judge Mark Farrell has been in office many years, and blatantly abuses his power as a small town judge. He started the drug court, gambling court, DV Court, etc.. and believes he is the almighty. Every Tuesday afternoon, at drug/alcohol court, you can be guaranteed that he will order someone to jail for one -three weeks just because he can - and for no other reason. Then when he's donne for the day it's not unusal to find him slugging down drinks at Loughran's on Main Street - What a hypocrite!!!!!!!!!!!!
There should be an investigation (oh! that's right there was an investigation - something to do with Steve Pigeon) to see where all the $$$$$$$$$$$$$ is going. Maybe gifts, free dinners, golf trips etc.....................
Mark Farrell should be watched very, very closly. Maybe something happened in his family life and he needs to get rid of some guilt by destroying lives.
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