John T. Bujak was elected to serve as the prosecuting attorney for Canyon County, Idaho and took office in January of 2009. He was forced to resign by the County Commissioners in September of 2010 amid false allegations that he misused public funds. Bujak voluntarily surrendered his license to practice law during the legal battle with the County Commissioners. After fighting with the Commissioners for over two years, Bujak was cleared by a jury of all criminal wrongdoing. After his acquittal, the Idaho State Bar agreed that Bujak should get his law license back. The Idaho Supreme Court denied the request on the basis of the same false allegations of which Bujak had been cleared. We, the undersigned, believe that the Idaho Supreme Court should respect the jury's decision. Bujak is an innocent man and his license to practice law should be reinstated.
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Chep1 year ago Comments: Very interesting arlcites. I particulary enjoyed reading the article on Steve Morgan very well written and good questions. I didn't realize this was an interactive magazine at first. I'd like to suggest you communicate that in someway to your readers or make the integrative magazine button larger so it can be seen and let people know initially how to turn the pages to read magazine. All in all, well done.
Ranjan, United States1 year ago Comments: I am still waiting for soeomne to say something that makes me go WOW, I see your point here or even Hmmm, dats something to consider on Steve's side of this twisted reality he calls WDI, can you please bring in a topic that does something more than attempt to cover your butt and puff up your already tarnished name and business practices ?
Angel, Germany1 year ago Comments: I think Tesco are more than capable of pecoerding and succeeding to supply fuel here. The point of a petition (since the council has shown no interest in addressing the cost of fuel) is to demonstrate that there is a demand for them to do so. How often do Tesco face public opposition to their opening a new development? Well I believe that any development in Stornoway to supply fuel would have great public support.However, the level of that support will be based on active participation in signing and publicising the petition by as many as possible.So if you support the petition tell your friends and family.
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