Sunday, October 30, 2011

Activist Kathy Wray Coleman Requests Plain Dealer Newspaper To Be Fair And Publish Blog Comments About County Prosecutor Hopeful Judge Tim McGinty.

Former Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas Judge Timothy McGinty, who has resigned from the bench, effective Oct. 31, and is running next year for the county prosecutor's office vacated by Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Bill Mason.

Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Bill Mason, who has opted not to seek reelection next year.

From the Metro Desk of The Kathy Wray Coleman Online News Blog.Com (

Below is the online introduction piece article by Plain Dealer Columnist Mark Naymik that runs in the newspaper on Oct. 31, 2011 as to the race for Cuyahoga County Prosecutor since Bill Mason is not running for reelectioon. Comments below the story by bloggers at Cleveland.Com, the newspaper's online news venue, are being scanned for McGinty's benefit and Journalist and Community Activist Kathy Wray Coleman hereby would request that the comments below be posted like others. She also urges Cuyahoga County voters and the Cuyahoga County Democratic Party to see McGinty for what he is and to deny support so that he cannot hurt anymore people, particularly those in the Black community, his favorite target. (Editor's note: Because the Plain Dealer now has no Black columnists, the Black community lacks a voice on pertinent issues of public concern such as the upcoming county prosecutor's race of next year, though the major metropolitan city of Cleveland is predominantly Black)

Democrats control Cuyahoga County prosecutor's race that is well under way: Mark Naymik

By Mark Naymik, The Plain Dealer | Sunday, October 30, 2011, 8:10 AM
Who's next? Being able to match incumbent Bill Mason's political connections could pay off for one of the five potential candidates.
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mysteriousreadermysteriousreader October 31, 2011
Former Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas Judge Timothy McGinty has done the following:1) Had Michael Green prosecuted (as an assistant county prosecutor before becoming judge) and sent to prison for 13 years alleging a rape of a White woman where the arbitrary rape conviction was subsequently vacated and Green, a Black man, has since been released due to DNA sampling; 2) Issued a warrant that had police storm the family home of then 16-year-old Brandon McCloud, who was accused of robbing a delivery pizza man where the unarmed Black teen was shot by police 12 times, and died; 3) Handed Plain Dealer reporters the medical and mental health records of Convicted Serial Killer Anthony Sowell and said after being exposed by then Plain Dealer Editor Susan Goldberg that he thought he had an agreement with newspaper reporters and ranking officials to keep it quiet that he is a source to it, though Goldberg said before resigning as editor in 2010 that no such agreement was ever reached; 4) Jailed a White female community activist in a mental ward illegally because she wore an anti-George Bush t-shirt to court and would not apologize to police for being beat up by them for posting anti-George Bush signs on street poles in Cleveland Hts.; 5) Had an order to imprison a Black man for an alleged probation violation when the probation period was up overturned on appeal; 6) Had an order for a Cherokee Indian woman to do a 10 page essay on drunk driving, that he did not ask of similarly situated Whites, overturned on appeal; 7) Kissed up to Plain Dealer reporters to have them do favorable articles rather than to tell the truth about him; and, 8) Appointed former Cleveland NAACP Executive Director Stanley Miller as a Cuyahoga County Grand Jury Foreman to bring felony indictments of criminal charges against Blacks and women that previous grand juries would not indict. (Note: Community activists want the state law amended that allows judges to appoint grand jury foremen. It is unconstitutional because it infringes upon the right to due process via a neutral trier of the law per the 14th Amendment and the right to a fair trial as required by the 6th Amendment. And having specialized case dockets for judges like Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Lynn McLaughlin Murray's veterans docket to fix cases is unconstitutional too because it interferes with the random draw assignment process for judges in multi-judge courts, also in violation of the due process clause of the 14th Amendment and the 6th Amendment's right to a fair trial ).
And select Whites on the editorial board at the Plain Dealer say the controversial and racist McGinty is great while dogging Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Angela Stokes, who is Black, with negative editorial upon negative editorial as the Nov. election for judges looms and Stokes seeks reelection to the bench. The Black community cannot afford more years of McGinty. He has done enough harm as a former assistant county prosecutor, a common pleas judge that harassed numerous people that had the misfortune of appearing before him both Black and White alike, and an unethical source to the Plain Dealer Newspaper against Blacks.
Reach Journalist Kathy Wray Coleman at, and phone number: 216-932-3114.