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July 12, 2012


Robert R Parker Jr., LL.B.

I am shocked that the misconduct of my former law professor, Jack Johnson, has manifested itself in this manner. Jack must, of course, take responsibility for the atrocious acts that impugned his office and the public's faith in the officials elected to administer the law and the affairs of their respective offices.

I don't know where Jack fell off the wagon, when he was my law professor for Real Estate Finance Law, he espoused the highest principals of ethical and lawful behavior.

I am ashamed and embarrassed at this particular turn of events for Jack, I will, however, always consider him a friend and pray for his rehabilitation.

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