Kim Davis Altered Marriage Forms; May Have Violated Court Order

Go to jail, go directly to jail for Kim Davis!

Attorney Richard Hughes (representing Rowan County Deputy Clerk Brian Mason) alleged today that Clerk Kim Davis may have violated the court order placed against her prohibiting interference in the issuance of marriage licences in Rowan County.

According to the AP, “On Friday, Mason’s attorney told the judge that when Davis returned to work Monday she ‘confiscated all the original forms’ and replaced them with forms that delete her name, the name of the county and all references to the deputy clerks. The new form has Mason’s name and a place for him to write his initials but not his signature.” The AP went on to say:

“It also appears to this counsel those changes were made in some attempt to circumvent the court’s orders and may have raised to the level of interference against the court’s orders,” attorney Richard Hughes wrote. “Mr. Mason is concerned because he is in a difficult position that he continues to issue the licenses per the court’s order … which had some remote questionable validity, but now with these changes may in fact have some substantial questions about validity.”

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