Extrajudicial writings describing actual cases disguised as fiction – Part One

In his fictional autobiography, Judge Timothy Philpot discusses many real life events both outside and within his courtroom including descriptions of actual cases. Listed  below  are ten groups of disguised characters and clues about their actual identities. 1.  “Dr. T” and Veronique  “Dr. T” is a Zambian man whose full name the judge had difficulty…

The Dishonorable Judge

In addition to his courtroom outbursts, Judge Philpot has a persistent tendency to discuss his ongoing cases in public outside the courtroom, for no better purpose than to vent his own frustrations at societal decay. These lapses seem to contravene several canons of judicial ethics. One recent example was a talk he gave to the…

Book Reviews

Amazon This book would have been better titled “Four Funerals and a Wedding”. Amongst other things, Judge Philpot’s fictional autobiography is a thinly veiled racist diatribe. It’s instructive to compare it with his earlier work (Fords Wonderful World of Golf) which describes his dysfunctional upbringing at the hands of his abusive Televangelist father Ford Philpot,…

Senator Tim Philpot press articles Part two

<!–[if !mso]>st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } <![endif]–> Lexington Herald-Leader (KY) February 6, 1998 Section: Main News Edition: Final Page: A1 HARD-FOUGHT BILL ON RACISM, DEATH PENALTY PASSES SENATE Angie Muhs, Herald-Leader Frankfort Bureau FRANKFORT – Defendants in death penalty cases could ask judges to decide whether prosecutors were motivated by racial concerns under a bill that passed the…

Unification of church and state

Judge Philpot has a dream – the unification of (his) church and the government. This seems to be aodds with the constitution and laws he is paid to uphold. It is probably also self serving considering the millions of dollars in government grants distributed by the non-profit groups he leads. He explained this grand vision…

Desegregated churches the key to racial harmony?

In a recent radio interview, Judge Timothy Philpot stated that the greatest barrier to race relations in America is the fact that blacks and whites do not pray in the same churches. Leaving aside the fact that this discussion was in the context of the Charleston church shooting, Judge Philpot seems to forget that many…

Tim Philpot says he is not heterosexual – then what?

Poem Timmy P wrote a poem:  Being gay is so passé, And hetero is retro. Nowadays, one swings both ways, To stay “de rigueur” in the Metro! //www.youtube.com/get_player Relax Nosario, I’m not throwing open the closet doors. What I’m saying here is that God doesn’t care about gonads and chromosomes. When we sit on his…

Yep, Tim Philpot is still a racist bigot

Amongst other things, Judge Philpot’s fictional autobiography (Judge Z) is a thinly veiled racist diatribe. It’s instructive to compare it with his earlier work (Fords Wonderful World of Golf) which describes his dysfunctional upbringing at the hands of his Televangelist father Ford Philpot, and has an unmistakable pervading theme of repressed homoeroticism.  The golf-centric book…

Judge Tim Philpot’s Disneyland

//www.youtube.com/get_player The newspaper account is here.Remarks start at 26.15 m in this speech. This video records Judge Timothy Philpot’s analysis of a tragic fire in Knox county, Kentucky that killed an entire family and which Judge Philpot interprets as divine retribution for having children out of wedlock.

Judge Tim Philpot was a racist, and likely still is

Judge Tim Philpot has no qualms enjoying Asian hospitality as he preaches to the “Oriental people” during his many trips abroad. At home however, he thinks they don’t care what’s right or wrong and are incapable of understanding the truth. The newspaper article quoted below should raise concerns for any minorities appearing in his courtroom:…

Homophobia is usually deeply ingrained in older people

Tim Philpot claims to have discovered a “phenomenal love” for gays and lesbians in his seventh decade. As a state senator however, he did not think LGBT people deserved hate crime protection because he considered gays themselves “the primary form” of anti-gay violence, as this newspaper article recalls: Lexington Herald-Leader (KY) March 21, 1998 Section: Main News Edition:…

Judge Philpot’s tortured past

In the publicity for his autobiography, Judge Tim Philpot promises to reveal a titillating “bombshell.” This turns out to be the revelation that the Judge’s mother was impregnated and abandoned by another man prior to her marriage to the Judge’s alcoholic father. The baby girl from this pregnancy was anonymously adopted in Cincinnati and could…