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Thanks Indiana Supreme Court! But How About When Brizzi Won’t Go After Child Sexual Abusers?

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I see the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission is taking more action. Thank you!  But so much more has to be done about the corrupt situation in the family courts here with the lawyers and the judges dealing with these cases.  Nothing that Carl Brizzi is being investigated for in the current complaint compares with having his office look the other way when a child is being sexually abused, just because it is involving a child in a custody case.

An employee for the Marion County Prosecutor’s office, who has to remain anonymous, believes Kay’s story is legitimate, but could not take action due to the custody dispute.

Something has got to be done about letting children continue to be sexually abused, letting women continue to be battered, then taking their children away to be awarded to the abusers.

From the Indianapolis Star:

Brizzi faces disciplinary charges

Posted: October 7, 2009

The Indiana Supreme Court’s Disciplinary Commission has leveled charges against Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi for public comments about two cases, including the 2006 Hamilton Avenue slayings.The commission accuses Brizzi, a Republican, of making comments in a 2006 news release and during a 2008 news conference that went beyond informing the public of his decisions to file charges.

The complaint cites several comments by Brizzi condemning the two defendants accused of killing seven people on Hamilton Avenue, including: “They weren’t going to let anyone or anything get in the way of what they believed to be an easy score.” He said the crime merited the death penalty.

Last year, Brizzi speculated about accused serial killer Bruce Mendenhall’s mindset and discussed evidence against him in an Indianapolis killing.

The commission says in its Oct. 1 verified complaint that such comments outside the courtroom violate professional rules of conduct and could prejudice a case.

Desmond Turner’s trial in the Hamilton Avenue case begins Monday. Brizzi recently dropped his death penalty request in a deal that included Turner waiving his right to a jury.

“I think the timing is suspicious,” Brizzi said Wednesday. “I will reserve comment until I see the complaint.”

The Indiana Supreme Court will give Brizzi a chance to respond. In attorney discipline cases, the court can issue sanctions ranging from a private reprimand to disbarment.

Also see: Carl Brizzi: Prosecuting Battered Women


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