Texas judge Jack Robison

It remains a mystery how exactly God communicated to Judge Robison (pictured above), or why He would take interest in a sex trafficking case in small town Texas.

A Texas judge is facing calls for resignation over his questionable conduct in the courtroom. Judge Jack Robison reportedly interrupted jury deliberations during a recent child sex trafficking case to insist that “God told him” the defendant was innocent.

The case itself involved 32-year-old Gloria Romero-Perez, who was accused of trafficking her 15-year-old niece. Perez apparently paid $6,000 to smuggle the girl into the U.S. from Honduras before selling her to an older male acquaintance for a substantial sum. It wasn’t clear whether the girl had been forced to marry him or not.

The case went to trial, and it came down to 12 jurors to decide whether Perez was guilty or innocent. As they were discussing the evidence presented against the defendant, Judge Robison made a surprise – and highly unorthodox – appearance in the jury room. According to witnesses, Robison apologized for interrupting the jurors but explained that “when God tells me I gotta do something, I gotta do it.” He urged them to return a not guilty verdict.

Evidently, God failed to send similar messages to the jury; they ignored Robison’s demands, returning a verdict of guilty.

Perez has since been sentenced to 25 years in prison for human trafficking, and a request for a mistrial was denied.

Hearing Voices from Above

It remains a mystery how exactly God communicated to the judge that Perez was innocent, or why He would take interest in a sex trafficking case in small town Texas. Judge Robison is now being pressed for an explanation. However, since the story went public, the judge’s office has refused to comment on the story or provide any further details.

Critics are calling this a serious case of misconduct that cannot go unpunished. We posted about the story on our Facebook page, and the response was substantial. Many commenters questioned whether the judge is competent enough to continue holding his position.

We have the right to pursue employment that does not create a conflict of interest within our personal beliefs, but we do not have the right to define the lives of others based solely on our personal beliefs. He should find a new job,” wrote one person.

Hearing voices (whether they are “god”, or whomever) is a mental health issue,” said another.

Some even smelled whiffs of a conspiracy. “His comment makes me wonder if the judge had dealings with the person who was behind the child sex trafficking,” another user pointed out.   

Let God Be the Judge

It’s yet to be seen whether Robison will face any serious consequences for his behavior. Shockingly, Texas has no explicit laws on the books that prevents judges from interfering with jury deliberations.

As an interesting side note, this apparently isn’t the first time the judge in question has acted inappropriately. Back in 2011, a Texas grandfather, upset over his granddaughter’s child custody case, confronted Robison and called him a fool. In retaliation, the judge had the man thrown in jail – a breach of judicial ethics for which he was later reprimanded.

Some critics are hoping this latest incident will be enough to get him off the bench, but only time will tell.

What do you think? Do messages from God have a place in the courtroom?

 

94 comments

  1. Alicia says:

    This goes beyond inappropriate!!! I hope this Judge was removed from the bench.

    1. Sean Jenkins says:

      Vegeance is mine says the Lord just as thats said he will right any wrongs

  2. Robert French says:

    The only thing we, the Christian community, can do is to pray for him and all victims of sex traffickers.

    1. Hans says:

      Amen and I hope He is not the Bench anymore

    2. Tim says:

      I disagree. Another thing that we, the Christian community, can do is urge the Texas State Commission on Judicial Conduct to review his (mis)conduct.

      Sort of like if you see someone with a broken leg. It’s all well and good to pray, but it’s infinitely more helpful to take them to the hospital.

      1. Dr David Griffith says:

        Tim-

        We all are not members of the Christian community on this website. I’m an ordained minister through ULC and I’m not a Christian and glad not to be with what I read from many of them here and their statements in the news.

        I’m a man with a set of moral beliefs that I choose to live by and tell others about and then they can make their own choices. There is no one way to live despite what I read here.

        Peace and Love will finally win over hate.

        1. Carl Elfstrom says:

          I’m not a christian either, but feel it’s not the messenger that counts, but the message. I think the god and goddess, or whatever we call our higher powers, speak to us through intuition. A lot of schizophrenics confuse audio hallucinations ( delusions ) with God talking to them. The christian bible is full of incidents of that. The only difference is back then they called those nuts prophets. I hope the people in charge of that judge’s fate aren’t also as stupid and confused about it, in light of modern psychiatric advances. That judge could be as bad off as the chief inspector in those Pink Panther movies!

      2. Carl Elfstrom says:

        Universal Life Church ( ULC ) is not a christian sect or denomination. It is interfaith. I don’t think some ULC ministers understand what that means. I would like to suggest that all ULC ministers read the ULC book called Divinity and other ULC literature pertaining to the subject.

    3. Jim says:

      No, Robert. Praying is not the only thing we can do. The people of Texas need to do whatever they can to urge the governor to remove this judge from the bench if he is unwilling to step down voluntarily. If the judge wants to believe God will judge accordingly in the hereafter, so be it. But here on Earth, juries evaluate evidence and testimony to determine guilt or innocence.

      At best, God talking to the judge should be considered hearsay and is not admissible.

      1. Sean Jenkins says:

        I. Agree 100 percent any thing between you and God should always be in secret.

        1. Carl Elfstrom says:

          Just like everything said between you and your psychiatrist should also be kept in secret, Sean.

    4. Quasihedron says:

      Two hands working accomplish infinitely more than two million hands praying, my child!

      1. Carl Elfstrom says:

        I thought we prayed with our thoughts, feelings, and words. What do our hands have to do with it, Quasi?

        1. Carl Elfstrom says:

          I know some great spells that would make those hands work even harder.

  3. John Owens says:

    I am just glad the jury followed the evidence presented at trial and not the judge, and yes, I believe he should no longer be a judge.

    1. JOHN MAHER says:

      Mr. John Owens, I must commend your DECISION,BRAVO !!!

      1. John Owens says:

        Thank you, Mr. Maher.

    2. Carl Elfstrom says:

      However John, it might be good if he kept working in courtrooms, as a janitor, as long as he’s well supervised.

  4. Tom says:

    I agree with all three comments…Tom

    1. Carl Elfstrom says:

      I agree and disagree.

  5. Lea Weis says:

    I’m glad the jury stood their ground..For a judge to do something like this is nothing more than abuse of power..He may have a special interest..But he should be gone

    1. Carl Elfstrom says:

      At least he let her know that he was thinking highly of her. This could be the start of a beautiful and meaningful relationship. And her slave girl daughter might fit into it somehow too. They might even start believing everything God “tells” him. And there’s no telling what that might lead to.[ I should have been a comedian. Amen, Brother! ]

  6. hsw says:

    I believe the person quoted in the article said it best.

    “We have the right to pursue employment that does not create a conflict of interest within our personal beliefs, but we do not have the right to define the lives of others based solely on our personal beliefs. He should find a new job,”

    He needs to go.

    1. Carl Elfstrom says:

      Great gobbly goop ! Let’s all talk in tongues.

  7. Lynn Gideon says:

    Touch not God’s annoited.

    1. Ann Wood says:

      My God told me he did not even like Judge Robinson, and certainly would not leave him messages

        1. Carl Elfstrom says:

          Tee hee hee,hardy har har! Fee fi fo fum… It sounds like we’re still talking in tongues. And only God understands that dialect, according to that Christian book which they so highly revere. It sounds like one might be flying over Ann’s cuckoo nest now too.

      1. Carl Elfstrom says:

        Personally, I don’t like Mrs. Robinson, but then again I’m not a Beatle.

    2. Quasihedron says:

      To which of the thousands of man-made gods do you refer, Lynn?

      1. Carl Elfstrom says:

        I think she was referring to a woman-made god, Quasi.

    3. Carl Elfstrom says:

      We don’t necessarily have to touch anything in spell casting. It depends on the required correspondence, Lynn.

  8. Ann Wood says:

    The judges imaginary friends may all have advice for him; however, NO ONE SHOULD behave in the manner of judge Robinson and remain on the bench. How unthinkable can his behavior be? He has exceeded the limits of decency. We need mental exams and psychiatric evaluations for any person running for a judgeship The results should be published before an election Same goes for presidential candidates.

    1. Carl Elfstrom says:

      Who is Judge Robinson? I thought we were talking about Judge Robison. “Hello, is anybody out there?”

      1. Carl Elfstrom says:

        “Your Honor, I object. This proceeding does’ nt have anything to do with pres idential candidates.”[ At least I can honestly say I completed a paralegal course with a 97 overall grade average.

        1. Carl Elfstrom says:

          And what happened to “Innocent until proven guilty”. This blog is’nt intended to be a witch hunt. Only the Roman Catholic Pope can authorize one of those ( atleast their papal rule book indicates).

          1. Carl Elfstrom says:

            I’ve ministered enough for one morning. I’m going to take a break, eat brunch, smoke a joint, listen to some rock and roll ( like Judas Priest’s Screaming For Vengeance ), and edit my saved for later list on the Amazon app. I might even write another product review. If y’all like my comments on this blog y’all should check out my Amazon product reviews. Free comedy is hard to beat.

  9. Linda says:

    I am curious if the reason the Judge’s office isn’t responding to this controversy is because it might be a federal violation of separation between church and state. If so, would the defendant have any grounds to sue the judge, city, and / or state? The judge was clearly imposing a religious matter, abusing his position to manipulate a jury based on it, and further victimized the victim… even if she won in court. If the marriage was consensual or not, isn’t it illegal for a 15 year old to marry a pedophile? I hope there are updates on how this story is handled by local and federal authorities.

    1. Jim says:

      Linda, there is no federal law that mandates the separation of church and state. It’s a common misconception. The only thing in the law is the 1st Amendment, which states “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…” The philosophical concept (not law) of the separation of church and state was expressed in an 1802 letter written by Thomas Jefferson to the Danbury Baptist Association in Connecticut, and subsequently published in a Massachusetts newspaper.

      Here endeth the lesson.

      1. Linda says:

        Thanks Jim! I believe you, I just want to ask why I read articles about government buildings displaying a manger scene or the ten commandments as going against separation of church and state? They are going against the concept, not the law? Is there a “politically correct” sentiment concerning that matter?

        1. Jim says:

          I suppose there are some folks that see a manger scene at a government building and perceive that to mean the government is “establishing a religion.” I just look at it as holiday decoration. The funny part is most of the characters in a manger scene are Jewish. The three wise men, or kings, or magi, were from the East, most likely Persia (or what is known today as Iran). The word “magus” is of Persian origin.

          So I guess our choices are to decorate with symbols from all different religions so no one feels excluded, or we should use totally secular symbols, like snowflakes, snowmen, one-horse sleighs, etc. No matter what, we won’t please everyone.

          As to why people write articles about this stuff, it must be a slow news day.

    2. Quasihedron says:

      It can cause a retrial when reviewed during an appeal.

      1. Jim says:

        I don’t see how. You might get another judge to look at it from the perspective of unethical behavior, or possibly even jury tampering, but that’s pretty thin. As the article stated, there is no law in Texas that prevents a judge from addressing the jury during deliberations. And clearly, the 1st Amendment wasn’t violated, so I’m not sure you have grounds for appeal.

  10. RDM says:

    I agree that this judge should not be on the bench. Religious beliefs, voices in head, God or otherwise, the judge should have no influence on the jury. Only facts.

    I wonder, however, if opinions would be different if the judge had rallied for a “guilty” verdict instead?

  11. Debra Ginsberg says:

    What a bunch of ignoramuses. On a religious website no less. ALL people hear from GOD. He speaks to us in our thoughts. The bible says there are two sources of thought; god and the demonic (wisdom from above and from below, James ch 3). The word INSPIRATION means A SPIRIT GOES INTO IT. It is NORMAL CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY to hear voices. most psychiatrists don’t know this and are theological ignoramuses. Their 2nd question is always DO YOU HEAR VOICES and anyone who says they hear God or demons is thought by them to have auditory hallucinations, a supposed symptom of schizophrenia. Every Christian on earth would be called schizo by them for saying God speaks to them.
    There are lots of innocent people in jail. One of the most effective things to do is to pray for God to give the judge a dream or tell him that the person is innocent and release them.
    This judge may have been paid off but that’s not what GOD told me reading this. He was telling the truth.
    It would be better if ALL JURORS asked god whether the person is innocent or not. When you listen to testimony of witnesses they could be lying – you need to ask God WHO is telling the truth. The HOLY SPIRIT IS THE SPIRIT OF TRUTH.
    THe most important place to have HIM be in authohrity IS in the legal system.
    The legal system has been hijacked by the atheist mental health system whose doctors they call experts who are theological ignoramuses and say people are hallucinating who say they hear God.
    I had an Indian doctor claim this in court. My lawyer, a Christian, asked him “what do you think happens when people pray?”
    His answer “I have no idea.”
    Psych labels are based on THEOLOGY not biology and are based on an atheist worldview which has permeated this culture, to our detriment.
    God sent me into the psych system AFTER I became a Christian (I am born Jewish) to be a witness against it and write a FREE BOOK on my website 1prophetspeaks.com
    Manual for Transformational Healing-God’s Answer to Psychiatry
    The Nazis killed mental patients in the secret t4 euthanasia program, with psych drugs. They used atheist psychiatrists to falsely call them mentally ill This abomination has been going on for 50 years in this country since Freud.
    Freud, a rabid atheist, said “I consider myself to be the greatest danger to religion.”

    We should have juries made up of 7 year olds. Because God speaks to kids and they would never send an innocent person to jail.

    THe legal system is atheistic in its orientation.
    I was in court one time and was talking to a judge about the bible. He said “talk to me about the bible – I know the bible.”
    THEN my jewish lawyer said “maybe she needs a doctor – questioning my competency etc which is how they derail people into the psych system instead.
    The mental heath system is completely unconstitutional. It violates the 1st amendment for religious freedom.
    Governors and the president should OVERRIDE the unconstitutional mental health laws by executive order, making it illegal to involuntarily commit or treat anyone with drugs.
    Psych drugs turn people into vegetables. They block all thought, not just bad thought, and make it hard to pray. I could not pray in tongues on them which I have been doing for 25 years. It is the mechanism by which God answers prayers, like telling a judge someone is innocent.
    If a judge is not listening to God then he is listening to demons, which are lying spirits. their whole purpose is to falsely accuse people.
    Rational thought is only as good as the facts we are given. If we are given false facts, rational thought is not sufficient.
    INTUITION is GOD LEADING US. We should all trust it. God knows more than we do. He KNOWS all the facts.
    Witnesses lie. Doctors almost always lie in court in psych hearings. so do cops, lawyers, etc.
    If all judges listened to God we wouldn’t NEED juries.

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    1. Sheery Regalado says:

      Lady you need help.

    2. Craig says:

      And part of “listening to God” involves faith even when you don’t agree with what you’re seeing.

      The point is that the judge is a mediator and guide in the court and it is not his/her job to bias or try to influence the jury. He can decide what testimony is relevant or not, but the purpose of the jury is to decide innocence and guilt based on the evidence presented.

      As to the rest of your comments, trust in God and let go the whirlwind of fear about atheists and the mental health industry. It is only a distraction. Worry not other people, and follow your own faith and path, leading by example, not by lashing out at others.

    3. Tim says:

      Respectfully, your meds are off.

    4. Jim says:

      So, how are the treating you at the asylum?

    5. Derek Victor Morrison says:

      Although I do not agree, entirely, on the tone you have presented your arguement but, I do agree with most of its context. Truth is that we need more true Christians in government positions. It is pretty well know that most of law enforcement, law positions such as judges through politicians, and most all the legal system down to the jail and prison guards are part of one or multiple satanic institutions such as freemasons etc… And now the devil is getting right into our public schools with this new lbgt movement forcing demonic social engineering on our little children. Satan, with the so called hollywood illuminate and its satanic rituals has overrun the entertainment industry and executed widespread manipulation in beliefs and values directly opposed to Jesus Christ and God’s Word and virtues entirely and I commend the judge if in fact he was sincere and heard from God on the matter in question. So called evidence are not relivent when you are awakened to the way the system truly works. I am a devout follower of Christ and have been convicted in my past of crimes that I 100percent did not commit. I have no reason to lie about that since it has been over 10 years ago. I have also been guilty of two tickets for not wearing a seatbelt when I had my seatbelt on and in fact one of the tickets was in a car with automatic seatbelt. I am facing now two charges that I’m innocent of. One with a statment from the owner of a motorcycle they say I had possession of while it was stolen and the owner saying when I had it then it was with his permission and they are still pursuing a conviction the other crime they say I stole money out of a car and I was in the hospital in a comma when they say I did that and I have provided certified copies of my hospital records but they are still pursuing a conviction on it also. The devil will most definitely use his followers in the legal system to take out those called by God. I don’t know if the judge was honest or not but if he was them I say amen that we need more like him. People will always label real Christians as mental ill but thank the Lord that he will come back soon and take us to heaven and demonition this evil and unjust world

      1. Jim says:

        You must be in the room next to Debra. Hope that working for you.

      2. T'Keren Valmaz says:

        Dude I loathe the free masons but even I study them enough to understand taht in many ways they are like the ULC they are composed of multiple religious, jews, christians, even muslims. Their unifying tenant is that you believe in one higher power. They predate any concept of satan and are not satanistic in the least.

        Now the hell fire club which was composed of many young social elite who also where free masons did practice fake satanism while hosting drunken drug fueled gang rape parties on lower class children but that had nothing to do with free masonry itself.

    6. ted says:

      You lose…Godwins law…

    7. Paula Shea says:

      As someone born Jewish, I am surprised with your belief that god put the Nazi’s in power. And starting out by insulting others certainly dismisses any prophetic claims you may have.

    8. angel722 says:

      “And then the child said, well no, wait, my aunt sold me to him. At which point she showed some receipts with the Aunt’s name on it and a hand written contract,” said Comal County Sheriff’s Detective Anthony Moreno.
      That contract stated that Jimenez-Ramirez would reimburse Romero-Perez the $6,000 she paid to bring the teen here from Honduras.”
      http://news4sanantonio.com/news/local/two-arrested-for-sex-trafficking-teen-from-honduras
      And she is innocent of child sex trafficking?? If this is what your God calls “right”, I think I will pass on your God!!

  12. Ed says:

    When God (presumably) tells someone to do something that is clearly wrong, perhaps it’s not God that the person is listening to…but regardless, I don’t think it belongs in our courts. Perhaps this judge should be looking for other work, and possibly seeking counseling as well. Hopefully the system will deal with it appropriately, fairly, and with compassion.

  13. Debra Ginsberg says:

    as an interesting side note _ I called a judge an idiot at a hearing in a psych ward – for NOT having bibles to swear on. He had said “I don’t have bibles in my court” THen he threw me out of the hearing for calling him an idiot. He said
    “I don’t like being called an idiot”
    I said “then don’t act like one”
    As I left all the lawyers were smiling. They were thrilled to have someone say what they wished they COULD say to this judge.
    This is true in any court, of course.

    1. Tim says:

      With respect, I’m guessing that this did not actually happen.

      If it did, what was the judge’s name, and which jurisdiction was this?

      1. Jim says:

        Oh, it happened, Tim. Somewhere in the deep recesses of a diseased mind where angels fear to tread.

  14. Debra Ginsberg says:

    I spent 8 months in solitary confinement. It was a taste of hell. God allows tastes of hell on earth as a warning that there is a real place. THe old testament says it is in the earth, in Ezekiel.
    Everyone there had been horribly abused by someone and needed to forgive them. We were there as a warning to forgive.
    Jesus said in Matthew6 if we don’t forgive others God wont forgive us. this means unforgiveness can send US to hell. We need to forgive for us not the other person. Unforgiveness can also hinder prayers for healing from being answered. Jesus said this.
    In solitary people hear voices. IT is God and demons. But the atheist mental health people make them worse by telling them it is halucinations and they need drugs. It is not hallucinations. The drugs only make it impossible to think. People get more distressed when they think they are crazy, and more distressed when they cant get the drugs too. they need to know the truth.
    the whole purpose of solitary is to learn to have a relationship with God. it is like a private audience with the pope, but better.
    that is why God puts people there – away from distractions so they can develop the relationship which we all need.
    God guides us away from mistakes, if we hear him and listen to him and obey him.He guides our lives so we can fulfil HIs purpose for putting us on this earth.

    The task for people in jails and everywhere is to learn to discern who is who.
    Certain things are openings for demonic lying spirits instead of God. This includes all drugs: cigs, caffeine, pot, lsd, psych drugs, alcohol, etc.) and sin, occult objects, a lot of music, books which are inspired by demonic spirits.
    in order to have mental heath we need to clean our house and remove anything that is an opening for demonic spirits. new age books, occult objects (tarot cards, etc)
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    1. Jim says:

      Please tell us you are still in the custody of the state, and this is just how you’ve chosen to use your one hour of computer time this week.

    2. Quasihedron says:

      I wonder why the vast majority (80%+) of prisoners in the US prisons claim to be Christian! That is far higher than the average for the general population. That tells us a great deal about the belief system of your chosen mythology.

      1. Jim says:

        They can be criminals all their lives, but when they get to jail, and the likelihood of an untimely demise is great, they find religion, and with it forgiveness, in the hopes it gets them into heaven, or at least keeps them out of hell.

        It’s like being a college student that spends the entire semester partying like a drunken fool, and then crams for the final exam the night before expecting to get a passing grade.

        1. Carl Elfstrom says:

          Although I could be wrong,purely speculating I wonder if it has made y’all consider that there might be spiritual/religious paths better than Christianity. Considering how 80% of the prison population are Christians, and how by far most of the world’s population is not and has never been christian, has it ever occurred to y’all that Christianity might not be the best path to follow. I suggest y’all read that ULC book on Divinity again, and explore other religions that far less criminals are members of. Of course, then again, by far most of the prison population is innocent. Just ask them, they’ll tell you.

          1. Allen says:

            Carl Elfstrom. Why would anyone leave a religion that is perfect? That question answers itself. I was in Christianity 50 years. Then I studied very hard for 8 years. I realized that all we did was pagan practices, and Pagan Unholy days. Having grown up in the Bible, and there’s so much proof that it is correct perhaps in only its original form, not the Constantine hellenized one we have today, I chose to follow the original form of worship to Yahweh. The way he proposed it in his Covenant. I left Christianity because none of its 33,000 versions is perfect, it is 99% pagan. The grand leader Paul/Shaul, goes against Yahweh, Yahushua his son, and the Psalms and Prophets on no less than 30 different points, where he made up his own little laws. Yahweh defines him to be a false prophet in Deuteronomy. When you remove his letters from the scripture everything else fits together perfectly.
            The Holy Scripture defines us as praisers of Yahweh, Yahudah.
            Don’t everybody get in an uproar, I know everyone has the right to believe and worship the way they choose. I’m giving my testimony to just back up the point made by Carl Elfstrom.
            Shalom, Allen

      2. angel722 says:

        Inmates always find God in prison on Sunday’s so they can be out of their cell’s. Then, the rest of the week they go back to doing what they always do. Only a few that I actually saw who truly embraced their religions every day. One was Islamic. Everyday, 3 times a day, like clockwork, go into the day room with his towel, kneel and pray. Model inmate and never got involved with the yard politics unless he had to. We had another inmate that was nicknamed “preacher” because he would preach the bible while gambling in the dayroom. As a former CO, I saw this ALL the time and when they left prison, they usually left God behind as well!

      3. T'Keren Valmaz says:

        Quasi in part it has to do with the christiancentric nature of the U.S. during a brief stay in jail during my youth due to smoking pot, often the only book I was allowed to have was a king james edition of the bible. Not any other religious text or novels where allowed at the jail in a conservative christian area of nevada.

        I am in no way christian but I sure as hell took a copy to read just to keep my mind from going mad in a cell.

    3. Carl Elfstrom says:

      I thought solitary was punishment for being bad, regardless of whatever affect it has on the prisoner who is given that punishment. If you keep being bad you’ll keep going to solitary confinement. That should be deterrent enough, without having imagined religious experiences. I also thought that treatment for mental illness by mental health professionals ( regardless of their religions) was the only way any mentally I’ll people ever got better, not that a large percentage of them ever do. I’m glad we’ve got prisons to keep mentally ill criminals in, so they’ll be safe from those of us who won’t tolerate their derelictions, and seek to punish them on our own.

      1. Carl Elfstrom says:

        Shalom, Allen. I think St. Paul was a very jealous homosexual who couldn’t find enough men who wanted him, so he condemned homosexuality. Maybe he had a tiny penis like that statue of David. If he ran around naked like David did, trying to find someone who wanted that little thing I can see why he would have been ridiculed and laughed at. He was probably humiliated, and was seeking vengeance. It’s too bad he didn’t know Michelangelo, or the Bible would have been written much differently. I left Christianity because I could’nt accept there being a father without a mother (and Mary was no goddess). Then there were all those past life memories and dreams, out of body experiences, and psychic experiences. And yes, I’ve been known to see ghosts, and communicate in various ways with discarnate entities. So, besides being Wiccan by choice, and the traditional year and a day of training, I am also what we call a natural Witch. Blessed Be!

      2. Jim says:

        Carl, solitary confinement is not just for being bad. It’s also for being “cray-cray.”

  15. John says:

    Shalom, (Peace be with you)
    This judge may have been enlightened by God but the process is clearly a secular process with rules for that process, Unfortunately for the judge God would have enlightened the hearts of those jurors if such was to be. I think the judge was out of line and although his motives may have be good the entry of his personal insight, from God, was not in the process. He was wrong. If something is God’s will it will not be a failure. When the New Way, the name for early followers of Christ, was getting going the pharisees said it was just a fad and it would die out with Jesus’ death. One of these guys said we shall see and guess what it did not die out but grew exponentially to what we have today, Christianity. It is what it is friends. God’s will is never overcome by any thing or any body. God just allows us to make fools of ourselves in believing that we rule.
    God Bless
    Rev J

    1. Carl Elfstrom says:

      That judge might have only been trying to get a piece of ass. Men have gone to great lengths for that. And what won’t we do for it as we age and aren’t all that cute anymore? I bet most judges don’t have that problem, and are manipulative enough, without being caught and/or chastised like Robison, to get all the ass they want. It makes me sorry I stopped after that paralegal course and didn’t go to law school. Although I guess y’all can tell that I have a way with words anyway, and am not shy, so I don’t have to be celebant.

  16. CHILL DRAGGON says:

    Has me wondering how many troubled Debras are in positions making decisions that affect our lives.

    1. Carl Elfstrom says:

      You should check out A.A. meetings. They’re swamped with similar stories, and each story seems worse than the last. Then those fools wonder why Child Protective Services takes their children away and they can’t even get visiting rights. To that I always sat there and laughed. Outside of those meetings I never associated with such low life’s, so I can’t see how they could have an affect on my life. I don’t even go to those totally unspiritual B.S. sessions anymore, but did for more than thirty years.

  17. Allen says:

    Since a God can be, anything worshiped, including money, then this judge claiming that a nameless God spoke to him is, “off his rocker.” If it came from the Creator, he would have mentioned his name. “I am Yahweh that is my name”. Through my 50 years of Christianity, thousands of times I heard, “God told me to say,… God told me to say…”. A true Prophet would start with, “YHWH told me to say…” and with keep his Sabbaths. the rest are schizophrenics. Shalom, Allen

  18. Bill Fox says:

    If the testimony and evidence is so obvious that guilt or innocence can be determined, why have a jury trial? A judge should not be biased toward or against a defendant. The judge should insure a fair trial under the existing law. If no tangible evidence or testimony comes to light and the judge acts on his feelings (or hearing voices), he should be removed from the bench and a new trial should be scheduled.

  19. Joy says:

    Yes a Word from GOD should be allowed anywhere! People like to criticize you when you say “GOD,spoke to me” but wow to all who will not take heed when GOD has spoken. I’m very proud of the Judge for his obedience regardless of what people say. No matter what man try to do to you Judge Robinson, GOD has already won your case for you…your obedience has saved your soul. God bless you always Sir. Robinson. I know GOD told you to say that.

    1. Lea Weis says:

      Just say God told me and you can commit murder? That’s one word has a lot of blood on it.

    2. Carl Elfstrom says:

      I don’t think Judge Robison is a ULC minister,Joy so he most likely won’t hear your words addressed to him, but he’ll probably see you in his office. I suggest you wear something seductive, so you’ll win extra points with him. And we all know what he really wants. Although he might not say it in the name of Jesus, he might say “Pleased to meet you. Won’t you guess my name.”

      1. Carl Elfstrom says:

        I’ve been on quite a roll today. I haven’t done nearly this much work in years. But I’m getting tired and am calling it quits. If I offended anyone pray for me. I know I’m a sick puppy, but am getting better (so they used to tell me in meetings), I don’t know when I’ll get back to this blog, but when I do I’ll surely minister to y’all a lot more, so please come to class prepared. Please feel free to talk about me behind my back until then. “Good night!”

    3. Allen says:

      Deut. 19:15 “…: at the mouth of two witnesses, or at the mouth of three witnesses, shall the matter be established.” This judge did not have two or three Witnesses. And none of the crazy preachers have two or three Witnesses when they speak from the pulpit saying, ” God told me this… The spirit told me this…” Ezekiel 36:27 “and I will put my spirit within you, and cause you to walk in my statutes, and ye shall keep my judgments, and do them.” None of the crazy Christian preachers I grew up with had the spirit of Yahweh, “to keep his commands.” They have a spirit from somewhere else… they have the spirit of disobedience, and stand by it, and we know which spirit that is. Lea Weis called it very well.
      Shalom, Allen

    4. angel722 says:

      Well, the bible DOES sex slavery so yes, in your defense, he very well may have heard the voice of God, at least his God, anyway’s.
      “When a man sells his daughter as a slave, she will not be freed at the end of six years as the men are. If she does not please the man who bought her, he may allow her to be bought back again. But he is not allowed to sell her to foreigners, since he is the one who broke the contract with her. And if the slave girl’s owner arranges for her to marry his son, he may no longer treat her as a slave girl, but he must treat her as his daughter. If he himself marries her and then takes another wife, he may not reduce her food or clothing or fail to sleep with her as his wife. If he fails in any of these three ways, she may leave as a free woman without making any payment. (Exodus 21:7-11 NLT)”

      But then again, Rom 13:1-14 say’s “Every person is to be in subjection to the governing3 authorities”,
      so does that mean that God spoke and said “yes, she is innoscent because I allow for sex slavery, but then that would mean that he did NOT tell him to tell the jury because God also tells him to follow the laws of the land….
      So the conclusion is he was within his christian right to believe she is innoscent but not within his christian right to plee for her innoscence to the jury because her crime clearly defiles the law of the land AND since he is appointed as a judge the bible clearly tells him to
      “Deuteronomy 17:8-9- “If any case is too difficult for you to decide, between one kind of homicide or another, between one kind of lawsuit or another, and between one kind of assault or another, being cases of dispute in your courts, then you shall arise and go up to the place which the LORD your God chooses.”
      He tells them to leave, which this judge did not!
      So, with this conclusion, the judge was clearly in the wrong and since God is onimpitent, then either God told him something wrong, or God told him something and he decided to take matter’s into his own hands. The only thing we DO know is that God did NOT tell him to proclaim the innocence of the defendant to the jury and violated God’s laws by doing so!

  20. Father Fred says:

    Maybe it’s the skeptic in me, but I don’t think God spoke to him, but maybe a stack of Benjamin Franklins. God is an innocent bystander in this situation.

    1. Debra Ginsberg says:

      It makes no sense that he would subject himself to this mockery of he wasn’t telling the truth.

      1. Carl Elfstrom says:

        Stranger things have happened in this world.

  21. Charles David Whitfield says:

    This Judge is a LIAR and the truth is not in Him. This Judge need to be impeached immediately. We The People need to stop believing any Tom, Pastors and Judge claiming to be talking with Our Heavenly Father our a casual manner. When Our Heavenly Father speaks to any man it’s about changing a Nation and not individuals per-say. Our Heavenly Father is communicating with us through The Holy Scriptures and Spirit. I sure, if Our Heavenly Father was speaking to any person, it would have to be of a more revelation than The Holy Scriptures. I’m sure Our Heavenly Father wouldn’t waste His energy freeing a person without any purpose to humankind. Too many people are claiming to hear from a God without any tangible proof.

  22. James Davis says:

    That’s why the Founding fathers called for separation of Church and State. He should resign or be fired.

  23. RVW says:

    All we can really know for certain is that this seems like strange behavior for a judge. Should God have a gavel? I don’t know. The real question should be, should a judge be permitted to share his “message from God” that indicates what the verdict should be to a deliberating jury? Can anyone possibly say yes?

  24. Norma Battes says:

    Is it legal for a judge to command a verdict of a jury? I feel that is the only offense against the judge. Even if we don’t always follow, don’t we all hear our god,

  25. pablo Fumero says:

    Christianity gone wrong. This judge can’t keep his delusions off his bench, then he needs to resign.

  26. Bro. James the Apostate, OSHSF says:

    Tragic injustice.

    When I spend time centering my thoughts on the Light and Divine Mystery of the Cosmos, and when I’m sending out personal communication to this Collective of the Cosmos, that is what most would call “prayer”. When I hear a voice in my mind, personally addressing me and talking back, it is called an “hallucination”.

    The professional community might refer to those “little voices” this radicalized judge hears as “hallucinations”, and directly related to his hyper-religiosity. So, until his “god” can be subpoenaed to speak for god’s-own-self, in an audible voice for everyone to hear and witness, Judge Robison’s “god” does not get a say.

    1. Carl Elfstrom says:

      Just one more thing. ” Amen to that, Brother!”

  27. lindab114 says:

    Makes me wonder how much money the traffickers paid the grinning judge to be receptive to a message direct from God . . . .

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