Ouachita Court Coverup Update

Palowsky appeals ruling dismissing suit against clerk, judges

By Zach Parker zach@ouachitacitizen.com

Monroe businessman Stanley R. Palowsky III asked the Second Circuit Court of Appeal last week to overturn several rulings by an ad hoc judge who dismissed the businessman’s lawsuit against Fourth Judicial District Court judges and law clerk Allyson Campbell.

The accusations at the heart of Stanley R. Palowsky III v. Allyson Campbell and others center on whether Campbell destroyed and concealed documents that Palowsky filed with the court in another lawsuit he is pursuing against his former business partner, Brandon Cork, and others. In Palowsky v. Campbell, the businessman also accused five judges of covering up Campbell’s activities.

Those activities began while Rambo was presiding over Stanley R. Palowsky III v. W. Brandon Cork and others. Campbell clerked for Rambo at that time. Palowsky’s attorneys, Joe Ward of Covington and Sedric Banks of Monroe, claimed their pleadings with the court were coming up missing in Palowsky v. Cork.

These allegations and many more were the focus of Palowsky v. Campbell, but several rulings by ad hoc Judge Jerry Barbera boxed in Palowsky’s lawsuit and ultimately led to its dismissal. Barbera is a retired district court judge from Thibodeaux. He was appointed as ad hoc judge in an order signed by state Supreme Court Justice Marcus Clark, for whom Campbell clerked while Clark served on the district court bench.


3 Responses to “Ouachita Court Coverup Update”

  1. Ashley L. Page Says:

    So, Clark appointed a judge that will protect the clerk who holds Clark’s secrets too??? Clark should be recused. Any update on the suit filed by the judge in fed ct against the other judges?

    Ashley L. Page

    Sent from my iPhone


  2. Bill Limond Says:

    Any judge that has been elected to district court in the last 20 years is under scrutiny for their association with Campbell. Who will do the perk walk?

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