Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Corrupt Aitkin Co. Attry Brad Rhodes

If GOD tells Jessie to run then God must help with WATER

Jessie is smart re: Michelle Bachman God told her to run
Need help in Aitkin, do you know anyone Nancy O does not have time
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Having similar problems with Aitkin and Itasca Co. Attorney's, issuing Restraining Orders, while guilty of misconduct, "taking" keeping Affiant from her property in Aitkin now for 6 yrs
covert coverup of the Gravel Pit, Hazardus Waste Dump, Indian Buriel Grounds
In re Petition for Disciplinary Action against
Bradley C. Rhodes, a Minnesota Attorney,

Registration No. 155913.

Published Opinion

1. Under Minn. Stat.§ 15.99, subd. 2 (1998), a conditional use permit is granted as a matter of law if, within 60 days after the application is submitted, a county planning commission does not deny the permit application.
SAME ISSUE: Unpublished
Shetka v. Aitkin County, 541 N.W.2d 349, 352 (Minn.App. 1995), review denied (Minn. Feb. 27, 1996). Thus, because this case involves a quasi-judicial decision--the denial of a conditional use permit--and because the county was part of the decisional process, in that county board made the decision to deny the conditional use permit, the county is not aggrieved by the decision. Therefore, the county does not have standing to challenge the decision.(The county's position has the flavor of the child who murders its parents and then begs for mercy from the court because it is an orphan.)
by Disbarred Lawyer Judge Amundson
Submitted forensic records; techinally to abolish unpublished opinion s as Candidate
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Wish both Nancy's well today is last day to file
Election Reporting Dean Barkley will file if Jessie does not
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