Posted on 27 July 2012 by admin
(Orlando) Mark Schmidter, a citizen activist associated with Fully Informed Jury Association has filed a complaint with Orange Osceola State Attorney Lawson Lamar that seeks a criminal charge against 9th Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Belvin Perry for violation Florida Campaign laws.
“With the chief judge violating campaign laws, the courts are tainted and Perry needs to be held accountable for violating the law.”“This criminal violation carries a potential one (1) year in jail.”Interestingly, fellow activist Doug Guetzloe was sentenced to sixty (60) days in jail after a questionable ‘investigation’ by Orange Osceola State Attorney Lawson Lamar and actually served six (6) weeks in jail for violating the disclaimer law just like Belvin Perry did. “If Guetzloe went to jail, Perry should do the full sentence of one (1) year in jail.”
Perry is being opposed by former County Court Judge Dan Perry. The election is held on Tues. April 14, 2011 and is open to all registered voters in Osceola and Orange counties.
“Perry is either dumb as a stick or he feels such entitlement that he is above the law and not required to follow the law,” Schmidter stated.
Schmidter himself was illegally found in contempt of court by Judge Perry when Schmidter distributed pamphlets concerning the 10th Amendment nullification clause to potential jurors entering the courthouse.
“We are asking Lamar to investigate his former colleague in the state attorney’s office and if he does not have the integrity or courage to do so, Lamar needs to request that the Governor relieve him of his obligations as state attorney and appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Belvin Perry.”