Hey Judge Elloie!! Step the FUCK DOWN!!

I believe you are a useless, incompetent fuck that serves no purpose other than to ensure that criminals remain on the streets to repeat crimes again and again. I also feel there is a very good chance that you’ve completely lost your fucking mind. STEP DOWN NOW!!

For those of you not familiar with why I would be so hostile toward this fucktard, NOLA has an aticle.

11 Comments so far

  1. Laureen (unregistered) on March 23rd, 2006 @ 2:12 pm

    Right on, Jack ! Nothing has made me angier since the storm! How the effing hell does this dude have this job?

  2. dangerblond (unregistered) on March 23rd, 2006 @ 5:16 pm

    I think it’s the theory of relativity in action. This guy sees so many violent criminals every day that he has lost the ability to react like a normal person. He’s looking at it from the criminals’ point of view instead of the citizens in their path. And state court judges in Louisiana are like petty chieftans, surrounded by Yes-men and women. I’m sure it has never occurred to him that he needs a viewpoint adjustment. He’s wondering, “should I take this guy’s freedom away?” instead of wondering who might be alive tomorrow if this asshole stays in jail.

  3. Pat (unregistered) on March 23rd, 2006 @ 11:00 pm

    Hey Jack-BULLSEYE!I read the T-P article in it’s entirety, WOW,words like ‘incompetent’, and ‘Holy Shit!’were the first to pop into MY mind.And, perhaps it’s a combination of Karma, and irony, to have a guy with a last name like “EXPOSE”to FINALLY piss people off enough to make some noise. One piece of info I missed:WHO approved, and issued the warrant for Expose?It would seem that after weeks of surveillance, then executing the warrant, the judge who ISSUED IT, SHOULD be the one to REVIEW ALL the details of the ARREST. THAT would include the ‘minutia’ of the info. Little things like ‘6 ozs. Of dope, the ‘AK’, the Tec-9(with the FUCKING SILENCER!) 4 pistols, and 189,000 bucks of ‘petty cash’! You’d think the issuing judge woulda had THOSE little tid-bits of info on TOP of the stack at the freakin’ BOND hearing. Maybe this ‘Judge’ is the ‘Marion Barry’ of the BENCH…Perhaps the PEOPLE would like to see the results of HIS urinalysis!He’s GOTTA be on the PIPE. If ya’ll ELECTED him, then UN-elect him, and do it quick. If ya can ‘ketchim’ with ‘da pipe’ in his pie-hole, that would/should be all the ‘koo-DUH-gras’ ya need to ‘EXPOSE’ his fraudulent ‘Officer of the Court’ ASS! I thought the Mexican O.C. Element seeping into your city was disturbing.(referring to Richards’ “Traba-HO” post)the ‘Crab’ thing was funny Jack(to which I commented, if you care to read it)Never mind the ‘Chocolate City’ thing…’Choco-Tacos’ might be on your plate soon enough. For a Judge, ya’ll entrusted him with your collective safety, YA’LL NEED to SWIFTLY, and IRREVOCABLY, force him OUT…I am not a resident of your city(Craig, and TBK, are my only ties, and, yeah, you too,”Reverend”). Ya’ll have TOO many issues to deal with, rebuilding the city,into a BETTER New Orleans, to have a judge who CLEARLY doesn’t take his job SERIOUSLY. He doesn’t have your best interests in mind. His ‘judgement calls’ would NEVER fly, in another MAJOR U.S. City. Allow me to plagiarize ya Jack, all I can say is “SHEEESH!” GIT-R-DONE !—Sidenote: As far as your employment situation goes, take Craigs’ advice… Do something that makes YOU happy…Pay is obviously important, but, so are your first thoughts when,the ALARM goes off in the morning…If the alarm goes off, and expletives burst from your mouth, like BATS from HELL…,reconsider your options. Craig had it right on the money. CIAO, best wishes…

  4. roux (unregistered) on March 24th, 2006 @ 8:26 am

    I guess he wants to bring NO back the way it was before. Impeach him.

  5. Polimom (unregistered) on March 24th, 2006 @ 11:50 am

    I’ve never, EVER heard of someone being released on recognizance (ROR) without the judge knowing the circumstances. This looks like malfeasance to me.

    What continues to amaze is how many ways the Criminal Justice system was/is broken in NOLA. It grows ever-clearer how the crime got so far out of hand.

    Elloie has to go, but given prior history, New Orleanians don’t dare trust that “authorities” will act on this. Citizens are going to have to demand changes.

  6. silverhawk (unregistered) on March 24th, 2006 @ 2:31 pm

    Elloie’s sentiments (as expressed below in the NOLA article) are sweet, in general, but his logic is leaky. He comes across as a transparent phoney who’s too busy doing favors for his friends to care about the people of New Orleans.

    What can be done about his “malfeasance”…what processes need to be started to get this guy off the bench?

    “Regarding his most recent actions, however, Elloie was unapologetic.

    “We are violating enough people’s rights by not having trial and by not having adequate representation,” Elloie said, referring to the post-Katrina difficulties of getting pre-Katrina defendants into court for trial.

    “I’m not going to participate in violating people’s rights. We have enough people in jail right now,” he said. “I’m going to continue to act based on my conscience, not what the Crime Commission says.”

  7. Laurie (unregistered) on March 24th, 2006 @ 6:40 pm

    I don’t know the process, but wouldn’t disbarring Elliose solve every thing?


  8. Polimom (unregistered) on March 25th, 2006 @ 7:07 am

    The unrepentent Ellioe has now rescinded the “release on recognizance”, but says it had nothing to do with the public outcry. Not only is that balogna and hogwash, it’s moot – because the Feds have stepped in and arrested the accused, holding without bail.

    As uncomfortable as I am with seeing the federal government stepping into the local CJ system, I don’t see another solution. Disrobing Ellioe would only treat one of the symptoms of the larger illness.

    What a mess.

  9. Laurie (unregistered) on March 25th, 2006 @ 6:10 pm

    Disbarring him will take away all of his power and

    any decisions he made before will be rescinded to another judge.


  10. sue (unregistered) on March 26th, 2006 @ 10:16 am

    Y’know, y’all, Elloie was a huge problem before Katrina and now he can justify his actions with all this ‘fair trial’ bullshit. He had no excuses prior to the storm and he was doing the same thing. At least since Katrina came through y’all are paying attention. That’s one plus. There’s a few of us oldies who were screaming before the storm and can’t return right now due to health issues as well as monetary issues. Please stay active and aware. With the FBI moving in to handle crime maybe this judge will get his due.
    PS And Jack Ware, I’m voting! I’ve been registered for awhile, too. Sorry, the voting thing really pissed me off.

  11. Jack Ware (unregistered) on March 26th, 2006 @ 10:03 pm

    Sue, it’s alright to be pissed off about the voting thing. I think the whole voting issue is interesting. My point, really, was that everyone sort of nods and goes, ‘uh, ok’. But there was no discussion anywhere. There was no “other” opinion to have other than, ‘well, of course everyone who evacuated should be allowed to vote”. And that’s what bothered me: the lack of discussion.

    I just try to state my opinions and why I hold them and I certainly don’t expect everyone to agree. I still get the occational nasty email from people who stumble upon my “Refugee” post from right after the storm.

    I feel like as long as you explain why you hold an opinion, and the people who disagree explain why they hold theirs, then there’s a chance everyone learns a little something. Disagree! I’m fine with that as long as I can understand a some of the why. I’m not in a postition to make decisions so my opinions have very little, if any, impact on the world.

    We’ll try and hold down the fort until ya’ll can get back.

    Best Wishes.


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