A. Um, for her college expenses, for food, books, um, any accessories she might need for her computer.
A. I don’t have my, uh, checkbook, so I’m not really for sure what the dates are if it’s specifically two weeks. So I don’t want to say exactly. Round about, it’s around about two weeks. I don’t want you to say it’s every two weeks, specifically. So, it’s around about within, I try within fourteen days to try to give her something every fourteen days.
How could you possibly prosecute or defend a matter when the court magistrate deliberately prevents you from relevant material he knows will undoubtedly impeach the petitioners testimony as well as document she committed perjury. Borofsky clearly demonstrates repeated intentional acts of poor judicial judgement, when combined add up to what I believe is unethical to the extent is poor decisions are all in favor of the Petitioner.
I saved the subpoenas that were returned to me. They have Borofsky's and the bailiffs finger prints on them, which could be later used to document they both physically touched those documents.