That might not be the most disturbing aspect of Murdoch's behavior. Consider this:
She later videotaped another encounter with the judge where he again performed oral sex on her against her will, it said.
It said she did so after she began posing hypothetical situations regarding a woman making allegations against him and he responded that ". . . he would use the police and his connections to take care of the situation," according to the complaint.
Not only did "his honor" abuse a woman, he planned to abuse the justice system, as well. He probably would have gotten away with it if his victim had not produced her own version of "sex, lies, and videotape."
What about the wacky judges of Georgia? They have been so bad that The Wall Street Journal spotlighted them last August. Consider some of the extracurricular activities of judges in Georgia:
* One sent a message over Facebook to a criminal defendant, saying he'd give her behind-the-scenes advice on her case.
* One was caught having sex in a parked car with the public defender assigned to his courtroom.
* Another inappropriately touched a prosecutor and investigator after they sat in his lap posing for a photo.