Topic: "Sears and Loveaduck" (5)
There is much that can be said about this former barrister and traffic court judge from suburban Atlanta, Cobb County specifically, who is today serving a life sentence without parole. The facts proved that Tokars paid petty drug dealers to hide in waiting for his wife and to take her life. The two small boys were still in their seat belts as their mother was bludgeoned to death, and they watched. It was a horrific crime, and the entire city was mesmerized as the facts came flying actross the screen, even in the opening moments of the investigation. The stricken husband, standing at the top of the driveway, being comforted by friends, neighbors, associates. How could something this terrible happen here, in Republican Nirvana?
Frodo smelled a rat.
While he watched on his black-and-white, Frodo recognized two people in that driveway, wrapping their arms around the seemingly distraught widower. Frodo knew who both of them were, husband-and-wife, although he had only met one of them. The gentleman had sought Frodo's assistance several months before, and spent almost an hour in Frodo's office, explaining his situation. Frodo had originally thought the guy was pulling his leg, and was unimpressed. Once Frodo realized the guy was totally serious, he was even more unimpressed. How, dear reader, can one take a guy seriously when he tells you that his first name is "Love?"
Love's wife was political and thereby subject to frequent on camera interviews on nearly any domestic issue. After meeting her husband, Frodo was convinced that the depth of their relationship must be entirely physical. She was, of course, the other presence with arms wrapped around Fred Tokars.
Frodo started to question her judgment as the facts of the case unfolded.
In the years that have passed, her "Love" affair evidently soured, for that presence is no longer evident, at least on camera. As mentioned above, it must have be equally humiliating for her to now look back at the photographs, of her, comforting a murderer, who had been her associate, her friend. It is amazing that a political career could survive two such "gaffes" in judgment, but the Chief Justice of the Georgia Supreme Court, the first African-American, much less African-American female, to ever hold this post is the subject of this discussion.
Her name is Leah Ward Sears. Her name is mentioned on nearly every news cast, noting her potential consideration for the position of Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States, replacing the Honorable David Souter.
Republicans, like elephants, never forget. Frodo is willing to bet that the former Congressman from that district, Newt Gingrich, has already e-mailed Sean Hannity.