Ouachita Court Dox: Witnesses will Confirm Campbell Wrongdoing, Judge Coverup

Several witnesses will testify as to alleged wrongdoing by Fourth Judicial (Ouachita, Morehouse Parishes) District Court Clerk Allyson Campbell, and a subsequent alleged coverup by several judges in the district, a recent court filing by plaintiff Stanley Palowski III claims. The case is Palowski v Campbell, et al.

From the court filings:

Palowski reasonably believes that Judge Sharon I. Marchman of this Court will testify as follows. As far back as 2010, Defendant Campbell had a problem with being absent from work. When another law clerk reported Campbell’s attendance issue to her, Judge Marchman discussed this with defendant Judges Rambo and Amman, for whom Campbell worked at the time. Palowski believes that Judge Marchman will testify that Judges Rambo and Amman said they had no complaints about Campbell’s work, and they said they could find her when they needed her, so Judge Marchman had to remind them that the Court’s policy was that employees were only allowed to work from the courthouse, not from home or any other location.

Palowsky reasonably believes that local attorney Cody Rials will testify that in 2012, he complained to Defendant Judge Sharp that his law clerk, Campbell, had shredded his proposed judgement in a case that was pending before him. Palowski also reasonably believes that local attorney “Joey” Grassi will testify that he overheard Defendant Campbell bragging in a local bare about how she had shredded Rials’ judgement, so he approached her and discussed this with her. Palowski believes that Grassi will testify that Campbell told him directly that she shredded Rials’ judgement that she really enjoyed doing that to him.

Palowski also believes that Grassi will testify that he relayed this information to Defendant Judge Sharp during the investigation of Rials’ complaint. Thereafter, Sharp apparently shut the investigation down and sent Rials a letter, which he will be able to authenticate at the upcoming hearings, stating that Rials’ “concern” that Campbell was “personally biased” against him was “reasonable” and accordingly, she would be removed from any case involving Rials. Palowski believes that Rials will testify that the “concern” he reported to Judge Sharp was not that Campbell was biased against him, it was that she shredded a judgement he had submitted to the Court. By referencing an alleged concern of bias as opposed to the actual concern of document shredding, Judge Sharp concealed Campbell’s felonious activities.

Palowsky reasonably believes that Judge Marchman and Ms. (Laura) Hartt will testify that on April 15 ,2014, there was a review of Defendant Campbell’s hours from January 14 to March 31. As Judge Marchman and Ms. Hartt will likely testify, said review showed that on seven different days, Defendant Campbell reported that she worked seven hours even though her key fob did not show that she entered the courthouse on any of those days. On most of those days, she had excuses for being late, such as her flight from New York was late or she had tennis matches that morning, but then she apparently would not come to work (as evidenced by the lack of key fob activity) and would still report that she worked seven hours..

It is worth repeating that Defendant Campbell was being paid with public, i.e., taxpayers’ money, while she did such things as fly home from New York, play tennis, and go to the doctor, when she was supposed to be working for the public. Additionally, Palowski reasonably believes that Judge Marchman will testify that Defendant Judges Rambo and Amman had been approving her false timesheets for payment.

See here the documents:

Memorandum in Opposition to Defendant Judges’ Exceptions
Memorandum in Opposition to Defendant Allyson Campbell’s Exceptions
Combined Memorandum in Opposition to Defendant’s Motions

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One Response to “Ouachita Court Dox: Witnesses will Confirm Campbell Wrongdoing, Judge Coverup”

  1. David Donnel Says:

    The judiciary is a house of cards. Let the cards fall.

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