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Re: “Wake County Judge Michael Denning: 'China Wouldn't Be So Bad If It Weren't for All the Chinese'

Judge Michael Denning is a corrupt Judge. As a reply to the post made by Rights for Dads, I agree Judge Denning is totally unfit. He probably made the judgement he made in your case because he had some personal connection to the other party or the other party's attorney. That is how corrupt Judge Michael Denning works-he doesn't base decisions on facts, he just bases them on his personal connections and he does favors for friends. He is the definition of the meaning of a corrupt Judge. He abuses his authority to help out his friends in the hopes that they will help him out with something in the future. He is a true coward, as only a coward would misuse their authority knowing how expensive legal fees are and knowing that a child or children are involved in the case. He is a disgrace and should never be a Superior Court Judge. He should not be a Judge at all because of his corruption and because he made a discriminatory comment during a court hearing. From reading your post, I am very sorry for what you have gone through, but most of all I am sorry for your child and I am sorry that you and your child had to be subjected to corrupt Judge Michael Denning. He is the worst, he feels he is above the law and he does not care about children at all. He only cares about helping his political career and who he can use to help his career. Did you hear he recently got fined for Prohibited Campaign Forfeiture? The man is a joke and has the audacity to run for Superior Court Judge! I think it is really good that you wrote about what happened to you. Cowards like Judge Denning feed off of people remaining silent in the face of his corruption and trust me, he is a corrupt Judge.

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Posted by Corrupt Judge Michael Denning of the Wake County Courts on 10/18/2016 at 2:22 PM

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