The Call For Cebull To Step Down Gets Louder- Petition Edition

Thanks to the folks at the Montana Human Rights Network, there’s now a petition. From The Great Falls Tribune:

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Travis McAdam, executive director of the Montana Human Rights Network, said citizens from throughout Montana and across the country are flooding the organization’s phone lines and email inbox with angry calls for Cebull to be removed from his post as the state’s top federal judge.

“People are really angry and motivated and wanting to do something,” McAdam said Thursday.

The Montana Human Rights Network and other groups are now circulating online petitions calling for Cebull to resign.

“On February 20, the chief federal judge in Montana, Richard Cebull, forwarded an email to six individuals that included racist and misogynistic content. The content of this email dehumanizes people of color and women. People of color and women appearing before Judge Cebull will have valid concerns about his ability to treat them fairly,” the network petition reads in part.

“From the time story broke online (Wednesday) to this morning we had gotten dozens of emails through our website, and phone calls from people who are really wanting some way to register their real displeasure with the email the judge sent around and also really talking about ‘how can we lend our names to something to try to get the judge to resign?’” McAdams said.

The network also plans to file a formal ethics complaint with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

The MHRN petition is here. 


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6 comments on “The Call For Cebull To Step Down Gets Louder- Petition Edition

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  2. Rosemary says:

    Wow! really how could you make such a comment about the President of the United States. You have such a mean spirit. Of course, emails are forwarded and of course you meant for it to be made public. You should be demanded to step down from your position as a federal judge… you certainly do not deserve the honor.

    I will pray for you.


  3. Oralia Lozano says:

    He represents a good portion of the people that hate the president but won’t come out and say why. This guy just got caught, and so now he is trying to cover up. Unfortunately he is not your average person, so he needs to resign and so he can join the Tea Party openly.


  4. Cecelia says:

    I would truly be afraid that this judge would judge be with prejudice. Shame on him. First he would judge me because I am democrat and like President Obama, then he would judge me because I am a woman, and then he would judge me because I am a mixed variety of different colors. I wouldn’t have a chance. His prejudice views would send me to jail for a longer period of time if I were not the sweet and wonderful person that I am. Sorry judge. You need to step down. And I am a nice person telling you this. Cecelia


  5. mary orea says:

    this judge should step down,i hope he he don’t claim to be a christian he need to to read Ephesians 6:17-18.


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