Imagine an embezzler's blatant lipwork to tell us about "the joy of good financial management". Last month judge felon Carol Kuhnke personified the Adoptions equivalent of that aberration during an event for the National Adoption Awareness Month (NAAM). This hypocritical judge pretends people are stupid.
Shameless Carol is quoted saying during this year's event in Washtenaw county, MI:
When kids do find families, it's overwhelming to see the joy when the adoption is finalized [...] and the regards are 'just too great to number,' [...] Adoption gives you more back than what you put into it [...] It's just a very fulfilling way to build a family.
The message would be fine except for the irony of being uttered by this judicial celebrity-wannabe, whose negligence and injudicious choices contributed in multiple ways to the fatal overdose of her adopted son John Kuhnke in November of 2016. Carol Kuhnke's criminal and stupidity factors that culminated in such tragedy had been adding up for several months or maybe years.
Some highlights of the police report from when judge Carol Kuhnke got busted for stashing illegal narcotics relate to her fiasco of foster-parenting:
- Carol Kuhnke engaged in the felony of illegal possession of narcotics since time immemorial, as reflected by her same-sex partner and household member's alleged inability to remember "when or how [the illegal narcotics] got brought over".
- Carol Kuhnke was fully aware that "John abuses, 'anything he can get his hands on'. She said he likes marijuana, liquor, and pills" (internal quotes in original), about John's "very strong desire to be high", and that he even "overdosed once on Benadryl".
- On November 21 or 22, 2016, she brought John back from rehab. This timing interestingly coincides with her presiding of the Adoption Day on November 22, 2016, next to her golf-buddy "Justice" McCormack.
- Under pretext of wishing things to be "low key" upon John's latest rehab treatment, Carol Kuhnke did not allow teenager John to spend the night of Thanksgiving with his cousins. Deprivation of family company begins.
- Hours later, around 10:00pm, this judge forgot about her "low key" principle and went what she likes to call "Holiday shopping". The problem with this judge's erraticism and recklessness is that she left John alone and unsupervised nearby the "safe" tool chest where felon Carol Kuhnke stored her alcohol and the illegal drugs. Wasn't she fully aware that "John abuses, 'anything he can get his hands on'"? Deprivation of family company completed.
- As it turns, John managed to "get his hands on" the alcohol and those illegal drugs, went to a friend's house, and overdosed there while Low-key Kuhnke was who-knows-where.
- Judge Kuhnke's "Holiday shopping" must have been a heck lot of fun because the police was unable to locate this foster parent until after 3:00am.
- John passed away sometime later.
- Investigations of the overdose led to the discovery of Carol Kuhnke's narco-felony as enacted in MCL 333.7403.
You might recall that both the special prosecutor and the Judicial Tenure Commission inexplicably declined to prosecute and file a complaint in the Michigan Supreme Court, respectively, against judge Felon Kuhnke. Child Protective Services does not seem interested in pursuing this issue either, notwithstanding that this time the victim of Carol Kuhnke's inherent ineptitude was a teenager: the one who Carol Kuhnke adopted.
Since then, felon Kuhnke keeps reminding the special prosecutor that she "outsmarts" both him and the State of Michigan altogether by not recusing from case no. 16-870-FH, People v. Sarah Stein (Washtenaw County), where this judge felon just keeps adjourning the trial of her [sort of] look-alike.
|Image sources: MLive.com, Ann Arbor News (annarbor.com).|
Disclaimer: The images have been juxtaposed to facilitate visual comparison. Any reflections of criminal sympathy and favoritism in Stein's actual court proceedings are a coincidence.
Case 16-870-FH, People v. Sarah Stein is the criminal matter where one witness for the State is precisely the detective who busted Carol Kuhnke for illegal possession of drugs.
One notorious detail from the detective's inventory of J.D. Carol Kuhnke's domestic "Juris Drugstore" is that even Maisie the canine supposedly has to be medicated for anti-anxiety. The idea of a dog with anxiety at judge Kuhnke's place is very telling of the Kuhnke-mess that spills in court proceedings she presides.
|Crime Scene (One of those days at Carol Kuhnke's home).|
That's what We the People get with the Michigan judiciary.
Merry Christmas everyone except the scumbags!