Thursday, September 22, 2005

New hearing scheduled for Lindstedt

The nature of the hearing wasn't recorded on the Newton County Circuit Court website, but Martin Lindstedt will have the next court appearance in his felony statutory sodomy case 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29, before Judge Kevin Selby.
Lindstedt, who seems intent on making the Newton County Jail his permanent address, has not been arraigned yet, having created disturbances each time an attempt was made to determine if he had representation.
Judge Selby slapped him with 660 days for contempt of court.
During his jail stay, Lindstedt, who has run losing campaigns for just everybody available political position, from U. S. senator to governor to East Newton Board of Education member, has mounted an appeal for the lawsuit he filed against Missouri Governor Matt Blunt, claiming Blunt wronged Lindstedt during the latter's unsuccessful campaign for the Republican nomination for governor in 2004 by not allowing Lindstedt to have his name recorded as Martin "Mad Dog" Lindstedt and not putting a link to Lindstedt's website on the secretary of state's site because of its inflammatory racist content.

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