Saturday, October 21, 2017
Here Comes the Judge!
By Malik Spellman
Published October 30, 2008

Well readers, as you all may know this about me, this is the first time that I have ever voted for change in my life! Not only is this my first encounter with this big task called voting, but the whole "lets try something new" approach towards solving our problems has led me to find a person of great interest and concern to me. That was none other than Cynthia Loo who is running for the position of superior court judge. I wanted to feel her heart beat concerning the position that she was asking for and what would be her feelings concerning the worthy captives and the way the courts have been doing business with the lives of so many people. And to my surprise she was honestly interested in what was going on both inside her courtroom and out of it. Then the light went on in my heart and said Malik you and your community needs this kind lady for judge so she can see for herself what was really the order of the day in the community and why so many people were returning to court, especially the people that she would serve as judge.

I think that we have a great opportunity through this potential judge to see some real change and justice, and that from Cynthia Loo. She seems to be a person that really cares about the way people are treated at the juvenile level and hopefully soon when she wins this election she will serve as our new judge in superior court.

After speaking with Ms Loo concerning her expectations of the people that she serves and the knowledge about how we as a group of people can help to elect her and bring a new climate to the courtroom, I know that things have to change and we do too. So why not allow our vote to make that change and vote for Cynthia Loo and give the poor people and the victims a chance to see what "Loo can Dooooo."

As my readers all know about me, I don't support any thing that is not of a real god-based substance and would not benefit the people that I serve as the mayor of the streets. Nor put my trust in someone if I didn't feel their heart beat several times before I endorsed them to one of the most important positions next to president of the United States. And that is to be a judge over the people that I love and appreciate the most, which are the poor and despised of the world we live in. So I truly ask of you who trust me and my word to definitely vote for Cynthia Loo for Superior Court Judge and the one that we can trust to understand what it is to be fair. Free Brian Mustafa Long and Big A. "Church!"


Categories: Op-Ed

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