Vice Chancellor Leo E. Strine, Jr. [Strine] of the Delaware Court of Chancery unethically behaved as a zealous and dishonest advocate for the criminally dishonest Louis Segal [Louis] in deciding the case of Sloan v. Segal. Strine whitewashed Louis’s false statements made under penalty of perjury and other crimes related to his wholesale looting of his demented, geriatric mother, Patricia R. Sloan [Patricia], of more than three million dollars in less than four years. Strine also dishonestly distorted evidence and intentionally ignored well-established law. Strine did not merely accept the testimony of Louis or the arguments of his attorney. Strine, acting on his own initiative, repeatedly distorted evidence in favor of Louis in order to justify the corrupt verdict he rendered in favor of Louis.
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