(Judge Nicole Zellweger of St. Louis County)
As the Deep State in St. Louis County continues to get exposed, the intensity continues to ratchet up.
In this case, the intensity is being ratcheted up by St. Louis County Judge Nicole Zellweger.
In a shocking audio, she tells a 14 year old she doesn't care or believe her claims that her father is molesting her, and insists the 14 year old go live with him. Though the audio is not always clear, it is clear starting at three to six minutes when the most damning portion occurs.
(i)n response to the child’s heartfelt pleas to stay with her mother, Zellweger made good on her threat to arrest Freiner. She was held in criminal contempt and jailed for two days. Then sources told PJ Media Zellweger called the county juvenile detention and had the child committed to the behavioral center at the Children’s Hospital of St. Louis in retaliation for the refusal to obey. Upon her arrival at the hospital, sources say the child immediately informed the doctors that she experienced sexual abuse. As doctors are mandated reporters, that disclosure should have triggered a hotline call to the St. Louis County abuse hotline. If the doctors did their job, Zellweger now has two reports on her desk saying that the man she has ordered to have physical custody of the minor should be investigated for child sexual abuse.
Yes, this man, who the court claims is being alienated, had his daughter stay with him and his father: his father being a convicted sex offender who is not allowed to be near his granddaughter.
#JudgeNicoleZellweger gave custody of a child to a man on probation for domestic abuse who also took her to a level 3 sex offender's house and stayed there overnight for a week. Child alleges sex abuse by dad. Zellweger knew this. She did it anyway. #StLouisCounty pic.twitter.com/1e4QkHRM7s— Megan Fox (@MeganFoxWriter) February 28, 2021
According to the order, Freiner has until March 3 to remove all recordings from anywhere on the internet, or potentially face up to six months in jail.
Judge Zellweger, Ms. Jackson, and the Missouri Courts public affairs officer, Christine Bertelson, all did not respond to emails for comment.
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