Texas judge who beat daughter reinstated

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ARANSAS COUNTY, TX – He’s violently unstable in his home. But he could decide your fate.

The Texas Supreme Court has lifted its suspension against Aransas County Court-at-Law Judge William Adams.

He is a family court magistrate, and he has been on paid leave since last year, when his daughter Hillary posted a video of him assaulting her with a belt online.

The nearly 8 minute clip shows the judge whacking his daughter over and over again, while she loudly screams and cries.

With the suspension lifted, Adams is free to return to work.

We would like to think he’s healed and reformed.  But just in case, maybe we shouldn’t give him a gavel.

1 Comment

  • Anon_Error


    We are Anonymous.This event has led to disgust in some people.

    Judge Williams, We recommend you don’t take your position back.

    We Are Anonymous.

    We are Legion.

    We do not forgive.

    We do not forget.

    Judge Williams….EXPECT US!

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