Cal­la­han, Divilio should re­cuse them­selves on Bryan law­suit

Sunday Star - - OPINION - Demo­crat Star

Chris­tine Dolan’s guest com­ment in Fri­day’s

is “spot on” about the de­ceit­ful cha­rade per­pe­trated by Repub­li­can Cen­tral Com­mit­tee mem­bers and three mem­bers of the Tal­bot County Coun­cil, Ms. Wil­liams, Mr. Cal­la­han and pos­si­bly un­wit­tingly by Mr. Pack.

At a min­i­mum, Ms. Dolan’s sug­ges­tion that “the pub­lic should im­me­di­ately de­mand that Cal­la­han re­cuse him­self per­ma­nently from any fur­ther Tal­bot County Coun­cil closed ses­sion brief­ings on the Bryan case,” Mr. Divilio should “re­cuse him­self from any Bryan law­sult brief­ing ses­sions,” and Mr. Pack “needs to wake up or his act of omis­sions and com­mis­sion [might] en­gulf his cred­i­bil­ity in flames in this Tal­bot County swamp” should be re­quired.

Fail­ure to vol­un­tar­ily re­cuse them­selves should re­sult in le­gal ac­tion by the Tal­bot County at­tor­ney and the out­side coun­sel for Tal­bot County Coun­cil, as stated by Ms. Dolan. The ac­tions by th­ese coun­cil mem­bers in this are shame­ful and soil our con­fi­dence in the county coun­cil to do the right thing for Tal­bot cit­i­zens.

Ms. Price and Mr. Lesher stand out as stars un­blem­ished by th­ese facts. JERRY FRIED­MAN


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