Call for Resignation of Judge Michael J. Algeo, Montgomery County, MD

Judge Michael J. Algeo, Montgomery County, MD: Call for Resignation

Petitioning Judge Michael J. Algeo 

Judge Michael J. Algeo, Montgomery County, MD: Call for Resignation

 

On October 20, 2012, 15-month old Prince Mcleod Rams died as a result of injuries sustained during a court-ordered unsupervised access visit with Luc Rams, his biological father, a man currently under investigation for this incident and other murders. Despite the pleadings of the mother, Hera Mcleod, a devoted US patriot and public servant, Judge Algeo chose to disregard the evidence at hand and instead, placed this minor in grave danger. Judge Algeo and Judges who disregard evidence and make orders based on their biased opinions abdicate their role as parens patrie. Read the details below and please support our petition so that this tragedy does not happen again. Thank you, Lee Strong – Views of the Child Society, Canada 
http://cappuccinoqueen.com/?p=259#comment-2535

To: 
Judge Michael J. Algeo, Hon. Michael J. Algeo, Montgomery County, MD 
For the Attention of the Attorney General of Maryland in the matter regarding the death of the infant Prince Mcleod Rams of Montgomery Country, MD.

Dear Sir,
We hereby request that you investigate the conduct of Judge Michael J. Algeo and his failure to make a protective order ensuring the safety and security of the minor child.
We look to the Court and Judicial Officials for guidance and protection from harm, manipulation and corruption. Please restore our faith in the judicial system in Maryland by replacing Judge Algeo with a Court Official who respects the law of evidence in favor of their own personal opinion.

Sincerely, 
[Your name]

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"In my respectful view all children in Canada have legal rights to be heard in all matters affecting them, including custody cases. Decisions should not be made without ensuring that those legal rights have been considered. These legal rights are based on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, (“the Convention”), and Canadian domestic law." Madam Justice D. Martinson, YKSC B.J.G. v. D.L.G., 2010 YKSC 44
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