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May 10, 2014

Defiant Florida judge holds imaginary court hearing

by Timothy Charles Holmseth

Florida Judge Karen Gievers remains defiant after law enforcement removed Alec Hash’s name from the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) and missing person’s websites.

Some fear she is delusional.

On May 9, 2014, Gievers issued an ‘Order’ that states she refuses to lift the emergency pick-up order she issued for Hash after the then, sixteen year-old, became legally married in May of 2013. In February of 2014, the May, 2013 marriage was ratified by a Georgia Judge.

The problem is – Gievers appears to have held an imaginary hearing with imaginary witnesses.

On May 9, 2014, Giever’s issued a court order: “This cause came before the Court on an inquiry from the Clerk’s office on the status of two still extant pick-up orders relating to the minor child Alec Hash. Upon reflection, given that no attorney for any party filed any motion requesting that the issues of the pick-up orders be addressed, and being otherwise fully advised in the premises, it is hereby ordered that the Court makes no ruling at this time, and the status quo shall remain, pending further order of the Court”.

Judge Karen Gievers

Giever’s legal action on the matter creates questions, because although no motions were filed, and no hearing held, the Judge issued an Order wherein she states she was “fully advised”.

This latest action by Gievers appears to support mounting questions about the current state of her mental health.

All govenrment and non-government agencies have concluded they have no jurisdiction over Hash.

Records with the Leon County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) show Hash’s emancipation has been accepted by law enforcement, which resulted in his removal from the NCIC. “Since Hash has been emancipated he is no longer considered a runaway,” said Joel Weaver, LCSO.

Hash remains outside the state of Florida.

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