UNPRINCIPLED MONSTER WHO DESTROYED DOZENS OF MOTHERS AND CHILDRENS’ LIVES FINALLY GETTING JUSTICE METED OUT TO HIM
I’m so glad to hear that Judge Gerald Garson had these charges reinstated against him. This is a little known case of a Judge who destroyed dozens of mothers and childrens’ lives by accepting bribes to rule on custody cases for well-heeled business men in
Although the media tried to spin this situation as gender neutral by digging through the mud of this Judge’s case files and coming up with ONE rabbi who bribed the Judge for his daughter’s case, MOST of these cases were business men bribing Judge Garson to rule agianst a child’s mother so they could get custody for themselves. Many of these men did this to avoid paying guideline child support and/or alimony even though MOST of them were prosperous businessmen who could well afford it.
Thus this monster Gerson ensured that many mothers and childrens’ lives were destroyed through greed for money. AND this situation will NOT be remedied, as the DA in
So in essence, the damage Garson has done will never be rectified.
A fitting sentence for this unprincipled monster would be life in prison for the many mothers and childrens lives he helped descimate.
I will be following this news story closely, so mothers can be kept informed of this case since as we can see below the real story here is being given very little coverage. Another example of media propaganda favoring fathers, just as we saw in the Jerica Rhodes case...keeping the real story on the downlow so mothers don’t really see what’s going on…
6 CHARGES VS. GARSON REINSTATED
By ALEX GINSBERG and MARSHA KRANES
March 31, 2006 -- Six felony bribery charges tossed out last year against former Brooklyn Supreme Court Judge Gerald Garson were reinstated yesterday by the state Court of Appeals.
In a 6-1 decision, the state's highest court overruled an Appellate Division finding that Garson could not be prosecuted for violating the Rules of Judicial Conduct because they are not part of state criminal law.
The appellate ruling had left only one bribery charge and two misdemeanor counts remaining in the grand-jury indictment against Garson.
Five of the restored counts accuse Garson of receiving rewards for official misconduct by taking cash referral fees from matrimonial lawyer Paul Siminovsky.
Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes hailed the ruling, saying, "What Garson is charged with goes to the very dignity of the judiciary."
Garson's lawyer, Ronald Fischetti, said the decision "changes nothing with regard to the innocence of Judge Garson. We intend to go to trial on June 15, and I believe he will be vindicated."