Fitchburg Judge Threatens To Hold Turtleboy In Contempt Of Court For “Jamming” A Public Restraining Order Hearing On Zoom With 67 Friends
Yesterday during a restraining order hearing between abusive stepmother Lorrayna Calle and her victim Denise Ramos, Fitchburg Judge threatened to hold me in contempt and ended the hearing early after accusing me of “jamming” the court proceedings. In reality all I had done was let people know about a public hearing, and 67 people watched it on Zoom. I will explain what happened in detail more on the Live show tonight at 9 PM so make sure you click here and smash that subscribe button so you never miss an episode, because it’s quite the story.
After the hearing Lorrayna Calle, who texts me from burner numbers all the time, sent me these messages.
Lorrayna has gotten away with this for so long because our courts are run by boomers who have no idea how technology works, and your local police department doesn’t have the time or resources to contact Verizon and find out who these burner numbers all belong to. This had been going on between Lorrayna and Denise for years before I put pressure on the Fitchburg and Worcester Police to arrest and charge Lorrayna Calle. If I tried explaining to a judge everything this woman has done I might as well be speaking Chinese.
Bret and Intern will be on with tonight and we have some people to call, and some other people to call out. See you at 9.
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