Judge William Adams Running For Re-Election
Despite Video Of Him Beating Teenage Daughter

Remember Judge William Adams, the Aransas County Texas Court-at-Law Judge who viciously beat his teen-age daughter for downloading games on their home computer? He’s running for re-election in the March 4, 2014 Republican primary and critics say it’s time to beat the judge who beat his teen-age daughter.

This website doesn’t  have anything to do with the election. We aren’t asking you to vote for or against Judge William Adams.  Instead, it is to serve as a friendly reminder that we need to be ever vigilant in holding our elected public officials responsible for their actions.

About three years ago, over 7 million people watched a 7-minute, profanity laced video on YouTube of Adams – who as a judge routinely gets to decide whether parents are fit to raise their children – as he beat his daughter who suffers from cerebral palsy while she screamed and begged him to stop.

Judge Adams didn’t get to practice as a judge for about a year (he still got paid) —  but he didn’t get punished for beating his daughter because the statute of limitations had passed by the time the video went public.
There are those who support Judge Adams. The believe people have the right to spank their kids. We happen to agree, but there’s a difference between discipline and beating … and only you can decide if Judge Adams went over the line and whether he deserves to continue to serve on the County Court At Law seat in Aransas County.

For those of you who haven’t seen the video, here it is again.

WARNING: This video is explicit and contains profanity. It is not appropriate for underage children.