Petition to Disbar Kellett to be Hand Delivered to Governors Office, State Attorney General, Others

With a great deal of thanks extended from the Filler family, it is my pleasure to announce that the petition to disbar Mary Kellett, the Bar Harbor, Maine prosecutor whose has maliciously pursued a false allegation of rape against an innocent man, has now reached over 1,000 signatures, and continues to grow.

And of course, for there to be any chance that the signatures will not have been given in vain, we have to make one more push, as activists and as human beings who believe in justice, to send the message of our concern and discontent to the people that matter.

Starting tomorrow morning, Wednesday, May 11th,  at 9:30am, members of a delegation from Stop Abusive and Violent Environments (S.A.V.E.) and family members of the falsely accused in this case, Vladek Filler, will be hand delivering copies of the petition to state officials and making a plea on behalf of Filler, and for an investigation of Kellett leading to her disbarment.

This comes at a critical time. On Thursday, May 12th, there will be a court hearing in the Filler case where multiple motions will be heard. The motions will include a plea for a change of venue in the case, and pleas for outright dismissal.

The itinerary for the in=person visit is as follows, in order.

1. Attorney General William J. Schneider
6 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333

2. Governor Paul R. LePage
1 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333

3. State Of Maine Board Of Overseers Of The Bar
97 Winthrop Street
Augusta, ME. 04332

4. State Congress of Maine

5. Maine State Senate

And this is where you come in.

After your strident calls for the media in Maine to start paying attention to what is going on directly under their nose, The Bangor Morning News finally ran an article publicizing concerns over the case.

Following is a list of media outlets that should be covering the delivery of the petitions.  There are no guarantees, but it is possible that with just a minute of your time to send a one or two sentence email with a link to the coverage at The Bangor Daily News to a few of the parties on this list, that you may well convince some of them to cover the event.

Remember people, evil does its business in the dark.  Mary Kellett has been smugly pushing this case with hubris that can only come with imagined impunity.

Whether that impunity is imagined or real, is entirely up to us.

Note: There is no geographic disqualification! The only qualification you need to participate is membership in the human race.

Gentlemen and ladies, start your laptops.

371-Target Industrial Circle
Bangor, ME 04401
Phone: (207) 945-6457 Ex 3122
Fax: 207-942-0511
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Main Studio WLBZ 2
329 Mount Hope Avenue
Bangor, ME 04401
(207) 942-4821

To send a news tip to the NEWS CENTER 2, send an email to:

Channel 5:
35 Hildreth Street
Bangor, ME 04401
Phone: 207-947-8321
Fax: 207-941-9378

Channel 6:
1 Congress Sq,
Portland, ME 04101-3800
Phone: 207-828-6666
News Director, send an email to:

Channel 8:
99 Danville Corner Road
Auburn, ME 04210
Phone: 207.782.1800

To report breaking news call: 800.CH8.NEWS (207-248-6397)

Channel 13:
81 Northport Drive
Portland, ME 04103
Contact form:

Central Maine Morning Sentinel
31 Front Street Waterville, ME 04901
Phone: (207) 873-3341
Fax: (207) 861-9191
Tony Ronzio, editor and publisher, 207-621-5678,
Jim Evans, managing editor 207-861-9249,

Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
390 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101-5009
(207) 791-6630
Editor and Publisher Richard L. Connor,

Bangor Daily News
491 Main Street
P.O. Box 1329
Bangor, Maine 04402-1329
Michael J Dowd, Editor-in-Chief
Phone: 207-990-8238

The Ellsworth American.
30 Water Street
Ellsworth, ME 04605
Phone: (207) 667-2576
Stephen Fay Editor

Village Soup
301 Park Street
Rockland, Maine 04841
Editor: Richard M. Anderson
207-594-4401, x326

Portsmouth Herald
111 New Hampshire Ave.
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Phone: (800) 439-0303
Howard Altschiller, Executive Editor

Penobscot Bay Press
Community Information Services
PO Box 36, 69 Main St.
Stonington, ME 04681
Publisher and Editor: Nat Barrows

Biddeford Journal Tribune
457 Alfred Street
Biddeford, ME 04005
Phone: (207) 282-1535
Fax: (207) 282-3138
Kristen Schulze Muszynski, Managing Editor, Ext. 322

Capital Weekly
295 Water Street, Suite One
Augusta, ME 04338
Phone: (207) 621-6000
Fax: (207) 261-6006
Contact Form:

Herald Gazette
56 Elm Street
Camden, ME 04843
(207) 236-8511
Fax: (207) 236-4245

Kennebec Journal
274 Western Avenue
Augusta, ME 04330
Phone: (207) 623-3811
Fax: (207) 623-2220
Editor and Publisher Anthony Ronzio 207-621-5678,

City Editor Bob Mentzinger

Lewiston Sun Journal
104 Park Street
Lewiston, ME 04243
(207) 784-5411
Fax: (207) 777-3436
Managing Editor Judith Meyer, 207-689-2902,
Managing Editor Pete Phelan, 207-689-2826,

Lincoln County News
PO Box 36 Damariscotta, ME 04543
(207) 563-3171
Fax: (207) 563-3127

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Magic City Morning Star
146 Katahdin Avenue
Millinocket, ME 04462
(207) 723-2037

3 Business Parkway
Brunswick, ME 04011-1302
Phone: (207) 729-3311
Fax: (207) 729-5728


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