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Seth Carey- Local Author

Post by C on Mon Feb 23, 2009 11:51 pm

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Re: Seth Carey- Local Author

Post by Mainiac1 on Tue Feb 24, 2009 10:39 am

It was really gratifying to see that once the facts around Mr. Carey's antics over the last few years were reported, investigated, and dealt with by unbiased equal members of his peers, and decisions handed down upon 'slick' by an unbiased out of town judge, that justice was served. After reading the entire decision it was clear these folks did not sugarcoat any thing. They described most instances, and quite simply 'called a spade a spade' as the saying goes. They also covered their bases in ensuring a path to recovery was not going to be a picnic and that Mr. Carey would indeed have to change his approach and mindset in how he deals with the procedures of law, the honing of his people skills, and above all, they want to see a glimmer of honesty and dignity that is supposed to go along with their humble profession. I think Seth was pretty much an embarrassment to many in the law profession, at least until this point. Hopefully for him he can turn it around. It will take much work and dedication to doing what is honest and forthwright in dealing with others. Hopefully the people he has cohorted with during the last few years including several that are managing our community right now, will in God's time face the same type of music and be exposed for being self serving and dishonest to the people they are supposed to be serving.

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