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Experts: Mingo Corruption Could Yield Appeals

August 18, 2013

MORGANTOWN — Legal experts say cases that a West Virginia grand jury heard in 2009 could be tainted by allegations that a suspended judge hand-picked a friend to serve as foreman and help him frame ......

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wvhoopie2

Aug-18-13 4:22 PM

If things like this are happening in southern West Virginia maybe the northern West Virginia should take a hard look at what might be going in our local communities that elected official might be doing.

Ethics should be the number one idea for the State Legislature to consider next session.

Too many officials are not following the laws of the state in regard to ehtics.. Public perception is important in getting companies to come to WV. When elected and business associate get together to skirt the law the public suffers. This case was for sex but just think what could be happening for ego, money and power in this state.

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