This email came from a credible source within the Fulton County courthouse. The email concerns Fulton County Superior Court Judge John Goger who is presiding over Tameka Raymond’s emergency hearing to request custody of her 2 sons with Usher Raymond.
Usher and Tameka’s 5-year-old son, Usher Raymond V, nearly drowned in his aunt’s swimming pool on Monday.
Usher Raymond V, aka Cinco, is still recovering in an Atlanta area hospital. The boy inhaled chlorine water into his lungs and required respiratory support when he first arrived in the ICU.
Yesterday, Tameka tweeted a photo of herself holding Cinco in his hospital room.
In the caption she wrote:
My favorite 5 year old. What a blessing! I have always loved and appreciated my sons but tragedies and close calls make this even more evident. URV had an angel named Kile Ishmael and our Lord and true savior to look after him. Words cannot express the relief and how thankful to God I truly am. Thank you Jehovah God, Jesus and Kile…also The AV worker that saved my son is my Hero!!! Period
Judge Goger is the same judge who returned a girl to her millionaire father after the father was arrested twice for abusing her.
Read the email after the break.
A loyal reader writes:
According to my source, the judge is already showing bias to Usher just as the previous judge did when she granted Usher primary custody of his sons.
The judge that will be presiding over the Raymond v. Raymond hearing tomorrow might already be feeling some pressure even before the proceeding has started.
We have just learned that over 20 + media outlets have requested special access to cover hearing with recording devices but the judge has only granted Fox 5 Atlanta and TMZ access to record the proceedings. CNN, ABC, CBS, AJC, Extra, Inside Edition, People and other national outlets have not been granted the necessary access. Clearly CNN is a bigger outlet than local Fox 5 right?
The problem with this is that Fox 5 has been pro-Usher Raymond and the significance in that is that the other side may not receive a balance of visual coverage.
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