Posts Categorized: SharonKiller

Delivering Copy of Complaint to CCA

Video of us delivering a copy of the complaint to the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals for delivery to Keller in November 2007. We mailed the original to the State Commission on Judicial Conduct, where people can deliver their claims about criminal cases or violence incidents, that could have cause injury into a person, so…read more


Mоnеу lаundеrіng rеfеrѕ tо fіnаnсіаl trаnѕасtіоnѕ thаt involve mоnеу оbtаіnеd thrоugh сrіmіnаl асtіvіtу. Usually, thе purpose оf a mоnеу lаundеrіng trаnѕасtіоn is tо tаkе mоnеу earned through іllеgаl асtіvіtу аnd mаkе іt арреаr legitimate. It іѕ саllеd “lаundеrіng” because іt is a process where ѕоmеоnе is аttеmрtіng tо take “dirty” money and mаkе іt “сlеаn.”…read more

Not Surprising

October 11, 2010 statement by Scott Cobb, president of Texas Moratorium Network, which filed one of the judicial complaints against Sharon Keller in 2007: “It is not surprising that an all-Republican review panel would let Sharon Keller off on a technicality instead of holding her responsible for her judicial misconduct and so the use of…read more

Evidence Supports Severest Sanctions

Texas Moratorium Network filed a complaint against Keller with the Texas Commission on Judicial Conduct in November 2007 that was signed by about 1900 people. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 20, 2009 CONTACT: Scott Cobb, 512-552-4743 Texas Moratorium Network, which filed a judicial complaint against Sharon Keller in November 2007, has monitored the trial of…read more

“We close at 5”

On Sept 25, 2007, Keller said “We close at 5” and refused to accept an appeal from the attorneys of Michael Richard, who was scheduled for execution at 6pm that night. The U.S. Supreme Court had decided at around 10am that morning to accept a case from Kentucky (Baze v Rees) in order to rule…read more