(Evita Tolu, representing Freiner, and Judge James Sullivan at a virtual bond hearing March 23, 2021)
Angela Freiner is home, but not before the St. Louis City Courtroom of Judge James Sullivan turned into a circus.
Freiner was recently arrested and held on $75,000 all cash bond for what amounts to sending a mean email to a judge. That email is below.
The court does not have the right to hold my daughter against her will or traffic her across the country! If she is not returned to me today there will be consequences for your conduct. You have stepped over the line for any time of immunity as a judge!
It was the "there will be consequences" which especially caught the ire of its target, Judge Nicole Zellweger.
It's Mike Volpe. I recently spoke with Ms. Jackson. I'm working on a story about widespread corruption in St. Louis County courts and the case of Angela Freiner was brought to my attention.https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=0vk6zV-EA-E This is the two of you discussing how Angela Freiner's daughter disclosed abuse by her father and people living in his home. Yet, Ms. Jackson recommended and Judge Zellweger obliged forcing the daughter to live with her father and recently her mother, Angela Freiner, spent two days in jail for refusing to force her. Is that right? Ms. Jackson even accused Ms. Freiner of parental alienation, which is a discredited and bogus label. This looks like a Kids for Kash type scheme in which Ms. Jackson ignores abuse so that abuser gets custody and Ms. Jackson is rewarded with more cases. Am I wrong?
They continued to be direct and then shortly after the audio of Zellweger and the 14 year old was released I sent her this email on Monday March 1, 2021.
So, if I understood you correctly on the audio recording, https://www.
youtube.com/watch?v=HfKpCS_ y0Bsyou thought this decision would end the family's conflicts, https://www.scribd. com/document/496484140/ Freiner-v-Judy-Exhibit-a- Judgment-1-1You thought that switching custody to an alleged abuser would calm the family. How exactly did you make such an unconventional decision? I am familiar with judges like you. Are you familiar with Judge David Knutson of Dakota County? Check out this order, https://www.scribd.com/ document/405350147/G168-1201- 0006 somewhat like yours, only you had a hearing before it.The two oldest daughters ran and were hidden about nine months after this order. The mother was blamed, jailed, smeared in the media. Parental alienation there too. Very similar, no. This seems to be a pattern. What do you think? I don't understand why judges like you constantly presume abuse is parental alienation. Who is telling you this?Do you know Rena Hughes, https://www.ktnv.com/ news/contact-13/contact-13- family-court-judge-faces- charges again, parental alienation. It's amazing how many of you judges behave the same way while screaming parental alienation. Can you imagine if you're wrong? If it is abuse. You'd have a lot to answer for. Is that why you are desperate to hide the audio recording?
Judge Zellweger, I don't think you should be trying the Freiner case. I don't think you can be objective. I think you should recuse yourself. What do you think?
On Thursday March 4, 2021, Judge Zellweger did indeed recuse herself from the case I suggested she was too biased to continue on.
As I see it, the judge and I had developed a dialogue- even if it is a dysfunctional one. I asked her questions and she responded with some sort of tyrannical judicial act; after I sent her a link to the audio of her ignoring sexual molestation, she quickly called an emergency hearing to have that audio destroyed.
Most recently, someone- presumably at her behest- has asked that YouTube take down two videos recorded of her courtroom, including the one of her forcing a fourteen year old to go to the dad the girl says is molesting her; this complaint was filed on March 22, 2021, and the videos remain up as the article is published.
I felt it only proper to continue the dialogue.
By this time, Judge Zellweger had trafficked Angie's daughter to Arizona, recused herself from the case, and then had her arrested.
If I told her how I really felt, I might say something I'll regret; so, I resorted to humor.
For instance, Nick Reed of KSGF in nearby Jefferson City picked up Zellweger's story in his radio show. Find the link here.
I thought Judge Zellweger would enjoy this podcast; I sent it with this note, "This can't be good for your career."
Then, an independent YouTube channel, Just Conspiracy, developed an interest in the story. I thought Judge Zellweger would enjoy his videos; I sent her the one below, with the caption, "I don't think he likes you."