In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act. George Orwell

15 January 2010

Martha Coakley MA Attorney General - Heartless in Boston

For Martha Coakley, the assumed heiress to Ted Kennedy's senate seat, personal ambition trumps life. What follows is a story one of her many actions of self over service.

Martha Coakley

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Another senseless death may have resulted from the manslaughter case, say some doctors, because the district attorney overruled a request from Costin's family to donate his heart in a transplant to save another person's life, according to an article in the January 25, 2002 issue of the Boston Globe.

"Middlesex District Attorney Martha Coakley blocked the donation of Costin's heart after he was diagnosed clinically brain-dead," writes Sean P Murphy of the Globe, "to preclude any possibility that his assailant's lawyer might contend at the trial that Costin died of a pre-existing heart condition rather than the beating."

Although the move may have made sense as a matter of legal strategy, Murphy notes, some doctors say that a patient was probably denied a heart transplant because of it, and that preserving the heart would not have strengthened the prosecution's case any further "because it was demonstrably healthy, and transplant surgeons would have rejected it if any defects were discovered." The medical evidence, they argue, showed overwhelmingly that Costin died from head trauma and that his heart was fine, and that would have been enough to counter any doubts raised by the defense by questioning the cause of death.

This is one of many examples of Martha Coalkey's judgement which, taken as a body of evidence, proves she is not fit to serve the people of Massachusetts or America.

I have been asked why it matters to me, not being a resident of Massachusetts. It was Massachuestts' own liberal Tip O'Neill who said "all politics is local". In Coakley's case, should she be elected in the January 19th special election to replace the deceased Ted Kennedy, her YES vote on the corrupt health care reform bill would final nail in the coffin of freedom as we know it today.

To give you an idea of what Massachuestts' citizens think of Coakley, what follows is an endorsement of her posted at the very liberal Blue Mass Group. You've got to wonder, with endorsements like this, how is she even a candidate or in power as the Attorney General of MA... CORRUPTION is the only answer I can think of and I think her history proves that correct...

Yes it sucks. Yes you have to vote Coakley. posted Wed Jan 13, 2010 at 18:47:04 PM EST

Let's get this out of the way. You might not want to vote for Martha Coakley. You might think she deserves what's she's getting after an absentee, self-satisfied campaign (why should I bail her out?). You likely want to send a message to everyone from the attorney general all the way to every Democratic official in Washington, DC. Odds are you didn't vote for her in the primary. And, you might be wondering if it'll make a difference who wins this Tuesday.

You got every reason to be pissed, but it needs to be clear: not voting for Coakley is the same as voting for Brown. And voting for Brown is a very, very bad thing. Read more...

Please pray for Scott Brown's win of the MA senate seat on January 19th.

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