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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

A Tale of Two Bonds

                                                          (Minnesota Judge Karen Asphaug)

Paul Walsh at the Minneapolis Star Tribune wrote an article about a psychiatrist charged with raping his patient.

A Twin Cities psychiatrist repeatedly sexually assaulted one of his patients in therapy for trauma during private sessions and once at his home, according to charges filed in Dakota County District Court.
Gavin P. Meany, 38, of Apple Valley, was arrested after being charged last week with two counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct in connection with the assaults that spanned from early 2017 until last month.
In arguing before the court for a bail amount of $75,000 with conditions, the County Attorney’s Office noted that despite Meany knowing he was “treating the woman for specific issues including past sexual trauma … he began grooming the victim and manipulating her.”
The judge, Karen Asphaugh, didn't give him $75,000 bail.

Judge Karen Asphaug set Meany’s bail at $15,000. He posted bond and was released Friday.
At the time of the charges, Meany had been working since January 2018 as an independent contractor with Counseling Care, which has offices in Lake Elmo and Burnsville. An office manager said Meany was fired Friday. 
That would be the very same Judge Karen Asphaug who gave Sandra Grazzini-Rucki $1,000,000 cash bond for the crime of parental deprivation which carries with it presumed probation though she gave the previously without a criminal record Grazzini-Rucki the maximum of a year and a day.

An appellate court later reduced it to $750,000.

Paul Walsh, the author of the Minneapolis Star Tribune report once told me regarding the Rucki case, "I report what I want to report as long as readers want to read it. that’s the beginning, the middle and the end."

That was on October 17, 2017.

Since then, here are some documents he has received which he presumably doesn't think his audience cares about.

First ninety nine pages of abuse by David Rucki.
He obviously didn't think that was news his audience cared about.

He also received from me therapist's notes from Jim Gilbertson who conducted therapy with each of the five Rucki children.



Mr. Walash didn't think that was important either, even though it states that Nico, one of the prosecution's star witnesses, only started siding with his father after his father bought him a car.

Finally, speaking of Judge Asphaug, she recently granted David Rucki a fifty (50) year restraining order against Dede Evavold. She did this by holding a hearing without telling Ms. Evavold about it. Ms. Evavold's so-called crime, blog posts which did not paint David Rucki the way he wanted to be painted.
Extended HRO by mikekvolpe on Scribd


I have reached out to Mr. Walsh and Judge Asphaug and will update if they respond.

As I noted to Judge Asphaug when asking about the fifty year restraining order, "Maybe fifty years is overkill but no request too much for David Rucki right Judge Asphaug?"

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Thursday, September 12, 2019

On With Bill Martinez Talking Giuca, Prosecutorial Misconduct, Brady and More



 More on the Giuca case here. I come on about for the last half hour of the show so fast forward if you are not looking to hear me.