All Eyes on Balch & Bingham’s Star Chamber

Our sources tell us that corrupt politician Oliver Robinson, who took $360,000 in bribes paid through Balch & Bingham to allegedly suppress African-Americans from testing their toxic property, will finally plead guilty on September 7, 2017 and that  legal representatives of Balch & Bingham partner Joel Gilbert, who allegedly funneled the money to Robinson and was identified as Attorney #1 by al.com, are allegedly vigorously trying to prevent any indictment or prosecution through direct channels in Washington, D.C.

But our sources also tell us the bribery investigation will proceed even after the September 7th pleading.

Now comes Judge Carole “Star Chamber” Smitherman. She took $15,000 in campaign contributions from a Balch-backed political action committee, recently sealed the Newsome Conspiracy Case and is holding all  proceedings in secret (a Star Chamber Court) with no public access or information.

All eyes are on Smitherman, even though no one knows what is happening in the Star Chamber.

In a recent correspondence to the Office of Special Counsel of the U.S. Department of Justice Robert S. Mueller III about the Star Chamber, we pointed out an interesting fact:

[Oliver] Robinson’s Alabama House District (#58) overlapped State Senator Rodger Smitherman’s district (#18). He happens to be the husband of the judge. Their districts were just east of the EPA Superfund site where Robinson discouraged poor African Americans from having their toxic and contaminated property tested.

Since Robinson is singing like a canary, what melodies will arrive in September?

With the secret proceedings of the Star Chamber in place, we have now asked for a federal Civil Rights and criminal investigation of the Newsome Conspiracy Case.

What will the Smithermans sing? A duet?