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US Attorney Pamela Marsh of Tallahassee; ethically deprived

In the recent past Pamela Marsh was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the United States Attorney for the Northern District of Florida after being nominated by President Obama.
Pamela Marsh has spent the lion’s share of her so-called legal career porking out at the public trough, which would lead any reasonable person to conclude that no self-respecting law firm in Northern Florida was about to offer her any position.
When Ms. Marsh assumed this position she had to be aware that assistant U.S. Attorney Stephen Kunz was without doubt ethically in-the-tank as a result of his deplorable conduct in regards to his unwarranted prosecution of Stephen and Marlene Aisenberg. (See
One would like to think that the U.S. Attorney in charge of assuring that justice is actually dispensed in Northern Florida rather than “dispensed with” as is Stephen Kunz’s wont would have immediately fired him after being appointed as Chief US Attorney.
Apparently, Ms. Marsh is of the opinion that Mr. Kunz is likely unemployable in the private sector and therefore she has a moral obligation to assure that he can continue to digest public pork and more importantly “dispense with justice.”
Ms. Marsh’s opinion on keeping Mr. Kunz is misplaced since he would likely be qualified to gain employment as a greeter at the Wal Mart Supercenter at 4400 W. Tennessee Street in Tallahassee. And if that didn’t bear fruit, there are always opportunities as a hairdresser if he enrolls at the North Florida Cosmetology Institute.
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