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Tennessee Judge’s Fantasy Tapes Ruled "Not Public"

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· Story link A chancellor in Tennessee ruled that a tape made by a former circuit judge and given to…

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A chancellor in Tennessee ruled that a tape made by a former circuit judge and given to Chattanooga police by a fired secretary, was not public record and should be returned. Police the tape, containing the then-judge’s graphic fantasies describing murder and torture, contained no evidence of any crime. The judge resigned after the contents of the tape were described at a hearing. (1/19/08)