According to West Virginia’s Bureau of Child Support Enforcement: Kelly Is Retiring
Controversial Judge Is Calling It Quits
Soon West Virginia families will be safe from abusive Kanawha County Family Court Judge Michael J. Kelly-who presides over some Putnam County cases.
The man that refused to let a dying grandmother from a final visit with her grandson, and held the same child hostage, in West Virginia, banning him from the beach, will be retiring at the end of 2013.
That’s the word from sources with the West Virginia Bureau of Child Support Enforcement.
Kelly can read the writing on the wall. Parents and children, who have had their civil rights trampled on by the Cretin in a Black Dress, were lining up to trash Kelly at campaign stops had he been stupid enough to run for re-election, in 2016. And he would never be able to explain his mental instability about denying the grandmother’s visit with her grandson. Instead, Kelly’s chickening out and retiring.
Soon, but not soon enough.
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Editor’s note: this item originally appeared on PutnamLIVE. For previous entries on this corrupt judge, see West Virginia family court corruption and incompetence –DE