When Judge Orlinda Naranjo refused to even set a Hearing for Kelly Jones’ Emergency Temporary Restraining Order, Kelly said she wouldn’t leave the Courthouse until her Motion was set.
The Emergency TRO was filed the same week that Kelly’s ex, Alex Jones, was taken off YouTube and Facebook (blocked) for Hate Speech and Child Endangerment.
When an Emergency Ex Parte TRO is filed, it is the Judge’s duty to hear it immediately.
Kelly stayed in her car overnight with her friend, Dawn Balli, who lost her daughter in Naranjo’s Court.
The next morning, when Kelly went to the Administrative Court to get the Hearing set, she found herself surrounded by five Sheriff’s Deputies.
One grabbed her phone.
Kelly has experienced years of bias, intimidation and injustice in the Travis County Court system.
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Thank you for spreading these incredibly powerful stories. Your advocacy and passion is not lost on me. Sending you all the very best and keeping you in my prayers. Dawn
You are too kind, but please also pray for all these victims out there, known and unknown. This is such a great tragedy and loss to them.
I hope you were not a victim of the court system also. It can be brutal.