This case  was investigated by Attorney General Schneider’s Investigations Unit. Assistant Attorneys General Michael J. Colleran and Leanne Robbin handled this matter for Attorney General Schneider’s Criminal Division.

See letter to Julie Flynn, Deputy Secretary of State.

See letter to Asst. A.G. Leanne Robinson.

Maine’s Attorneys General and Secretaries of State have shielded Asst. A.G. Leanne Robbin. Her malfeasance of office, official corruption, obstruction of justice demand indictment.

U.S. Senator Olympia Snowe will not seek re-election to Senate.

Maine A.G. William J. Schneider (R) and (now former) Maine Secretary of State Matthew G. Dunlap (D) are running for Senator Snowe’s seat in Congress.

Know your candidates. If William Schneider and Matthew Dunlap refused to uphold their oaths of office as constitutional officers within the state of Maine, how can they justify their run for congressional seats? Documented evidence of criminal activity has been presented to both of these constitutional officers and they have blatantly refused to uphold state and federal law. They have screwed Mainers, they will screw you!
When will the Maine A.G. probe Jonathan Wayne?

Published in: on April 20, 2012 at 11:09 pm  Comments (9)  

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  1. i’m curious! since ag schneider is fairly new to his position, looks like he is using the position as a stepping stone to a higher and more powerful job. he appears VERY AMBITIOUS, AND HE HAS A STRONG BACKGROUND IN HOMELAND SECURITY/DEFENCE. he should be very useful but if he covers up crimes, this man could be very dangerous for those who support the united states constitution.

    i don’t vote in maine. i urge maine voters to go to the ron paul for pres. site and read the descriptions for all the parties listed. it will help you with your voting selections. KNOW YOUR CANDIDATE’S POLITICAL POSITION, SOCIAL COMMITMENTS, AS WELL AS PARTY AND ASSOCIATIONS, BOTH BUSINESS AND SOCIAL.



  2. Covering up is nothing new to William Schneider. He covered up when he was a member of the state legislature.

  3. Hi!

    No one is worth voting for this year except my nephew, Rep. Jarrod Crockett (R) who is a member of the House of Representative of Maine.

    He is an honest person.

    Lise from Maine

  4. Has Schneider done anything at all about all the corrupt prosecutor’s in the State? Anything?

    ME Bar Counsel Recommends Discipline for ADA Mary N. Kellett
    April 12th, 2012 by Robert Franklin, Esq.

    The attorney for the Board of Overseers of the Maine State Bar has recommended that Assistant District Attorney Mary N. Kellett be disciplined for her legal and ethical misconduct in her prosecution of Vladek Filler. On April 6, 2012, Bar Counsel J. Scott Davis recommended discipline for Kellett based on her violation of nine separate codes of conduct for Maine attorneys.

    As readers of this blog will recall, Vladek Filler is the father who was accusedby his wife Ligia Filler, during the course of their custody battle, of sexual assault and child abuse. Despite the complete absence of evidence against him apart from his wife’s say-so, ADA Mary Kellett not only prosecuted Filler, but violated numerous ethical codes in doing so. She managed to get a conviction which was overturned by the trial court due to her prosecutorial misconduct.

    Amazingly, despite having been convicted of sexual assault, the Maine family court gave Vladek custody of his two children before the conviction was overturned. It did so because it was clear to all – the police and the judge – that Vladek was a good and responsible father and that Ligia had severe mental/emotional problems.

    I say it was “clear to all,” but that doesn’t include Kellett who prosecuted a clearly innocent man. At his retrial, Vladek was convicted of a single misdemeanor count of throwing water on his wife. That the Ellsworth, Maine district attorney’s office would pursue such a case through two separate trials plus appeals speaks volumes about (a) Mary Kellett’s anti-father bias and (b) the DA’s Office’s willingness to waste taxpayer funds for the sole purpose of covering up Kellett’s bias. After all, why else would the DA prosecute a man for allegedly tossing water on his wife?

    Kellett’s conduct of her prosecution of Vladek Filler was truly egregious. Although prosecutors are required by law to turn over evidence to the defendant’s counsel, Kellett refused despite being requested to do so multiple times by Filler’s attorney, Daniel Pileggi. Worse, she told Pileggi to get the records himself from the various police agencies that had possession of them.

    That’s clearly an ethical violation, but what I’d call a criminal one came next. Having told Pileggi to contact the police, she then told the police to refuse to comply with Pileggi’s subpoenas.

    Eventually, Pileggi got the court to order her to produce the documents, audio and videotapes, but Kellett simply ignored the order.

    At trial, Kellett engaged in multiple acts of prosecutorial misconduct mostly involving her argument to the jury that was based on “facts” she hadn’t put into evidence.

    The 18-page findings of the Bar Counsel against Kellett are all about her attempt to railroad Vladek Filler into prison, deprive two children of their fine and loving father and place them in the hands of an unstable mother. The case was about Kellett’s using her office to promote the cause of a mother in a custody case.

    But, as we’ve seen before, Kellett’s misbehavior is scarcely confined to the Filler case. Indeed, time and again in the past, appellate courts have overturned convictions of men when allegations of sexual misconduct have been levelled at them by Kellett. Put simply, Kellett seems to have a mission in life – putting men behind bars for sexual offenses whether they committed them or not. Her prosecutorial misconduct is well known.

    Therefore, whoever else has experienced what Vladek Filler has at the hands of Mary N. Kellett, should now come forward and file a grievance with the Overseers of the Maine State Bar. She’s a loose cannon and needs to find another job.

    Further, I’d like to know if Maine has a statute providing for appointment of an independent or special prosecutor. Some states do and Mary Kellett needs to be prosecuted for her apparently criminal behavior toward Vladek Filler. Specifically, instructing the police to withhold evidence from a defendant in a criminal case looks like a criminal act to me.

    Obviously, the District Attorney of Ellsworth likely won’t prosecute one of his/her own lawyers, but, if there’s an independent prosecutor statute, someone else can. They can and should.

    In the meantime, congratulations to J. Scott Davis for recommending that Mary N. Kellett be disciplined by the Overseers of the Bar. We’ll see how it turns out.

  5. Hi!

    Most prosecutors are nothing but liars and crooks and
    project (defense mechanism) on to others what they
    are themselves.

    They are not to be trusted.

    Lise from Maine

  6. You’ve hit the nail on the head, Lise. And these crooks just keep on climbing the ladder of corruption.

    William Schneider is running for Sen. Olympia Snowe’s senate seat. He won’t do his job in Maine! The corruption marches on with him.

    (Now former) York County D.A. Mark Lawrence was working with me on corruption involving bankers, City of Biddeford officials and others and with my evidence in hand, he prosecutes me for criminal trespass upon my own property! This is now in the hands of the Maine Supreme Court. Let’s see what Chief Saufley does since she’s involved with this!

    (Former York County D.A.) Michael Cantara, who now sits in Springvale District Court, covered up bank fraud when he was D.A. He “wouldn’t go up against his friend and colleague” Atty. Michelle Robert, who landed a position in the A.G.’s Office during the tenure of Gov. Angus King……although when he took office had issued a hiring freeze. And King is also running for Senator Snowe’s seat!

    Let’s not forget Asst. A.G. Leanne Robbins! Enough said.

    And Bob, let us know if Scott Davis disciplines Mary Kellett. Don’t hold your breath on this guy!

  7. Hi!

    Examine the recent Violette case regarding plea bargaining which, of course, by-passes the jury. This is a fraud and must have come from the attorney general’s office.

    Furthermore, Violette ONLY received 3 and 1/2 years in jail for stealing from the taxpayers.

    How can this be?

    Answer: Crooks (prosecutors and more) operating behind the scenes to strike a deal.

    This is unlawful.

    No where in the Constitution of the State of Maine does it allow plea bargaining. It specifically says “all” civil and criminal cases MUST (not may be) be by a trial by jury.

    Just about everyone is shouting the Constitution of the State of Maine regarding the Poliquin issue but very few are shouting the plea bargaining unlawful deal.

    I am shouting.

    Lise from Maine

  8. The Bar Counsel’s petition against a sitting State prosecutor is extremely rare. Just the corruption charges being made against a State prosecutor should be front page news, but it’s apparently not being reported at all. Schnieder’s campaign needs to answer for this. In my humble opinion, this is pretty major and it needs as much attention as possible.

  9. Attorney General Schneider’s investigative report gives mine election clerks the green light to stuff the ballot box with blank ballots. Check out the abovevideo link.

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