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State Ethics Boards Issues Report on Hancock County Prosecutor
May 7, 2013, by Catherine Pegram, WABI TV
Ellsworth - A state ethics board has issued a report on a prosecutor in Hancock County, saying, among other things, she engaged in conduct unworthy of an attorney

Filler case nearing conclusion, perhaps - Bar Counsel to Supreme Court: Mary Kellett’s misconduct “inexcusable”
May 7, 2013, by Paul Elam, A Voice For Men
We have called for intervention from the Governor and State ofMaine officials who are legally responsible with protecting the public from abusive officials acting under the color of law. The justice system which the public is expected to trust has become a mockery of our values and ideals. Maine officials must be held to their duty and oath of office and must protect the public by removing Mary Kellett from her position.

We will not stop calling for accountability and will continue to investigate and report the misconduct of any public officials in Maine who fails in their duties to hold corrupt prosecutor Mary Kellett fully accountable for her crimes. AVFM Letter to the Maine Supreme Court

PRESS RELEASE: PR: Ethics Board Issues Rebuke of Hancock Co. Prosecutor Mary Kellett
May 7, 2013, Stop Abusive And Violent Environments
WASHINGTON / May 7, 2013 – A state ethics board has issued a report concluding Hancock County prosecutor Mary N. Kellett engaged in multiple counts of prosecutorial misconduct arising from a 2009 assault trial. The ethical violations include ignoring a court order, misleading members of a jury, evidence suppression, and indulging in “conduct unworthy of an attorney.”

PRESS RELEASE: SAVE Cites Excessive Delays, Bias with Hancock County Prosecutors
April 25, 2013, Stop Abusive And Violent Environments
WASHINGTON / April 25, 2013 - A Hancock County prosecutor, found guilty in December on multiple counts of unethical conduct, has yet to be sanctioned for her misconduct. Assistant district attorney Mary Kellett’s unethical actions harm the credibility of real victims and represent a threat to innocent citizens, charges SAVE, a victim-advocacy group.

SPECIAL REPORT: Prosecutor Bias and Misconduct in Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Cases
April 15, 2013, Stop Abusive And Violent Environments
The report cites prosecutor Mary N. Kellett's misconduct and abuse of discretion as a case study.

PRESS RELEASE: Assistant District Attorney Continues to Prosecute Cases Despite Suspension Recommendation: SAVE Calls on Hancock County Commissioners to Take Action
February 1, 2013, Stop Abusive And Violent Environments
WASHINGTON / February 1, 2013 – Following the recommendation of a panel to suspend the law license of Hancock County prosecutor Mary N. Kellett, Stop Abusive and Violent Environments (SAVE) is calling on Hancock County Commissioners to exercise its duty to protect the public by immediately removing Kellett from her prosecutorial duties.

PRESS RELEASE: Prosecutor Shunned Due Process and Presumption of Innocence, SAVE Urges High Court to Impose Sanctions to Curb Prosecutorial Misconduct
December 13, 2012 Stop Abusive And Violent Environments
WASHINGTON/December 13, 2012 – Following a bar panel recommendation to suspend the license of prosecutor Mary N. Kellett, SAVE is urging the Maine Supreme Judicial Court to act promptly to affirm and restore fundamental legal principles of due process and the presumption of innocence.

“The citizens of Maine should be outraged by Mary Kellett’s ongoing abuse of her prosecutorial power,” notes SAVE spokesman Steve Blake. “The Maine Supreme Judicial Court must send a strong message that no prosecutor should be allowed to operate above the ethical rules that were designed to apply to all lawyers.”

PRESS RELEASE: SAVE Applauds Proposed Suspension of Prosecutor Mary Kellett, Calls for Restitution and Stronger Oversight Measures
December 11, 2012 Stop Abusive And Violent Environments
WASHINGTON/December 11, 2012 – A Maine bar association panel has recommended the suspension of prosecutor Mary N. Kellett, two years after the state Supreme Court reprimanded Kellett for unethical actions. SAVE applauds the panel’s decision, and calls for stronger oversight of prosecutor conduct.

“Even after the 2010 Supreme Court decision was handed down, the Maine Attorney General failed to exercise any oversight of prosecutor Mary Kellett, allowing her to continue her overly zealous and misguided prosecution of dubious cases,” notes SAVE spokesman Steve Blake. “Clearly, stronger oversight procedures need to be put in place. And Maine owes defendant Vladek Filler restitution for the financial, legal, and emotional damage that it allowed to be placed on one of its citizens.”

Maine Bar Recommends Suspension for Assistant District Attorney Mary Kellett
December 12th, 2012 by Robert Franklin, Esq.
The Maine Board of Bar Overseers has recommended that Hancock County Assistant District Attorney Mary Kellett be suspended from the practice of law. Kellett’s case will now go before a single justice of the state Supreme Court who will decide whether to uphold the recommendation and if so, for how long Kellett’s suspension should last. Read about it here (MPBN, 12/10/12).

The decision on suspension came about because of Kellett’s behavior in the case of Vladek Filler whose wife accused him of raping her. The accusation came during Filler’s divorce and custody case. Even though Kellett managed to get a conviction of Filler in the first trial, the facts of the case were so obviously shaky that the family court gave him custody of his children. Due to Kellett’s violations of the rules of procedure, the rules of evidence and the State Bar’s rules of ethics for prosecutors, Filler’s conviction was overturned on appeal. After three years, he was finally convicted of pouring water on his wife, Ligia Filler.

In the mean time, Filler, who now lives in Georgia with his children, brought nine charges of misconduct against Kellett. The State Bar’s counsel recommended that Kellett be disciplined and now the Board of Overseers has agreed. That’s true despite the fact that Kellett has never been disciplined before. In most cases, suspension is a punishment meted out to an attorney with a history of infractions in which more lenient discipline, such as reprimand, has been ordered. That strongly suggests that, even though they weren’t part of the record regarding Filler’s complaints, the Board was aware of the many previous cases in which Kellett has abused the power of her office in an attempt to railroad men accused of sex crimes into prison even though there was insufficient evidence of guilt or even evidence of actual innocence.

Indeed, Stop Abusive and Violent Environments lists some nine separate cases in which Kellett ignored the ethical requirements of prosecutors in cases in which men were charged with sex crimes.

Board recommends suspension for Hancock County prosecutor
December 11, 2012, By Bill Trotter, BDN Staff
ELLSWORTH, Maine — A state entity that oversees the conduct of licensed attorneys in Maine has determined that a Hancock County prosecutor violated seven bar rules and should be suspended...

When contacted Tuesday by email, Filler replied with this statement:

“I believe we all have an absolute moral and constitutional obligation to fight abuse of officials who now wield almost absolute power to destroy our lives and undermine the administration of justice,” Filler wrote. “What my children and I were put through is inexcusable, and I urge the Law Court to review all the evidence I have documented and provided to the Bar Counsel and act accordingly to defend our civil rights.”

Suspension Issued for Hancock County Prosecutor
December 11, 2012 By Samantha Edwards , WCSH-TV 6 News,WLBZ-TV 2 News
BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER)-- The Board of overseers of the Maine Bar says for the first time ever it is recommending a prosecutor's license to practice law be suspended. The panel found Hancock County Assistant District Attorney, Mary Kellett, in violation of ethical standards. Among the violations is engaging in conduct unworthy of an attorney.


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This review stems from a 2009 case where Kellett prosecuted a man on charges of rape against his wife. The man was acquitted and filed a complaint that Kellett did violate bar rules during her prosecution.

[Edward] Bartlett with the advocacy group Stop Abusive and Violent Environments followed this case for over a year and pushed for the state to act. Bartlett said, "This was a pattern of misconduct that occurred over months or even years that involved mary Kellett and other people in that same office of prosecutors in district . This was not just a one time incident or because the prosecutors were overworked. This is really a problem of a pattern system of prosecutorial misconduct that was documented not just in this one case."

ADA Suspension
December 11, 2012 by Susan Patten & Stu Marckoon, WNSX @ 97.7 - Ellsworth, ME
(Bangor) – A 3-person panel looking at actions by Hancock County Assistant District Attorney Mary Kellett is recommending she be suspended for a period of time. The recommendation has been sent to the bar’s counsel. The Board of Overseers of the bar listened to testimony in October about the case of Vladek Filler who was accused of raping his wife. A court threw out the conviction because of Kellett’s closing arguments, and his attorney argued that Kellett withheld evidence at his second trial. Kellett was accused of violating 9-Maine Bar rules – she can appeal to the state supreme court was accused of raping his wife. A court threw out the conviction because of Kellett’s closing arguments, and his attorney argued that Kellett withheld evidence at his second trial. Kellett was accused of violating 9-Maine Bar rules – she can appeal to the state supreme court. ho was accused of raping his wife. A court threw out the conviction because of Kellett’s closing arguments, and his attorney argued that Kellett withheld evidence at his second trial. Kellett was accused of violating 9-Maine Bar rules – she can appeal to the state supreme court.

Maine Board of Oversees recommends ADA Mary Kellett be suspended from the practice of law!
December 10, 2012 by NCFM
NCFM NOTE: NCFM is proud to have filed a companion complain about Mary Kellett, along with SAVE (Stop Abusive and Violent Environments), with the Main Board of Overseers. Paul Elam and a Voice For Men became closely involved with advocating for the removal of Kellett. Father’s and Families joined the effort. Together, we helped Vladek Filler overcome a nightmarish persecution by Kellett and the District Attorney. Let’s hope that the next stage of her censor result in disbarment. For more information put “Mary Kellett in the search box above. You can read the Panel’s decision here: Board of Overseers of the Bar v. Mary N. Kellett, Esq.

Kellett faces suspension
December 10, 2012 by Paul Elam, A Voice For Men
We have just been informed that the Bar Panel for the Main Board of Overseers of the Bar have sent the recommendation to the Maine Supreme Judicial Court that Hancock Country Prosecutor Mary Kellett have her license to practice law suspended for prosecutorial misconduct.

Suspension Issued for Hancock County Prosecutor
December 10, 2012 By Catherine Pegram, WABI TV-5
Ellsworth - The Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar is recommending that a Hancock County prosecutor accused of violating nine rules of the Maine Bar be suspended.

Assistant District Attorney Mary Kellett appeared before the Board in October in connection with a case she prosecuted in 2009.

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Vladek Filler was convicted of sexually assaulting his wife, but was cleared two years later by a judge who ruled evidence had been left out of the trial and Kellett made improper statements to the jury.

Filler said he never received evidence he requested from the state.

The Board decided, among other things, Kellett engaged in conduct unworthy of an attorney, failed to timely disclose evidence, suppressed evidence and engaged in prejudicial conduct.

The length of the suspension is not known.

Kellet can either accept the suspension or appeal it to Maine Supreme Court.

Panel recommends suspension for Kellett
December 10, 2012, By Mark Good, The Ellsworth American
AUGUSTA – A grievance panel hearing a complaint by the Maine Board of Overseers to the Bar has found probable cause exists that Hancock County Assistant District Attorney Mary Kellett violated bar rules during her prosecution of a Gouldsboro man accused of sexually assaulting his wife.

In a Dec. 5 decision, the three-member panel directed bar counsel to begin disciplinary actions against Kellett. The panel is recommending Kellett serve a period of suspension. Vladek Filler, a former Gouldsboro resident now living in Lawrenceville, Ga., filed the complaint with the Board of Overseers in December 2010. Kellett was the prosecutor in a case in which Filler was charged with five counts of gross sexual assault and two counts of assault. After two trials and two appeals to the State Supreme Court, Filler was acquitted of the charges but later was convicted of a misdemeanor assault charge and sentenced to three weeks in jail. The grievance panel conducted their hearing on Oct. 22-23 at the Penobscot Judicial Center in Bangor.

In its disciplinary petition, the Board of Overseers accused Kellett of violating nine Maine Bar rules governing the conduct of attorneys. The alleged violations stem from remarks Kellett made during Filler’s first trial and from withholding evidence from Filler’s attorney, Daniel Pileggi, during the discovery process.

Panel Recommends that Maine Prosecutor be Suspended
December 10, 2012 By Susan Sharon, The Maine Public Broadcasting Network
Assistant Hancock County District Attorney Mary Kellett is being recommended for suspension by a panel of the Maine Board of Bar Overseers. Created by the Maine Supreme Judicial Court, the board governs the conduct of lawyers. As Susan Sharon reports, Kellett will next face a disciplinary hearing in front of a single justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court for, among other things, "engaging in conduct unworthy of an attorney."
Following a two-day disciplinary hearing in October, a panel of three attorneys found that Kellett violated Maine Bar Rules by failing to make timely disclosure of the existence of evidence, suppressing evidence, trying to mislead a jury, failing to employ reasonable skill and care, engaging in conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice and engaging in conduct unworthy of an attorney.
Kellett's counsel, Ronald Lupton of the Maine Attorney General's Office, says this is the first time he's aware of a Maine prosecutor being recommended for suspension. Lupton declined to comment on the matter further, saying his office had just been made aware of the Board of Bar Overseers' findings.

Maine Prosecutor Faces Disciplinary Hearing
October, 22 2012, By Jay Field, The Maine Public Broadcasting Network
A rare, legal disciplinary hearing began today inside a Penobscot County courtroom. In 1978, the state's Supreme Judicial Court created the Board of Overseers of the Bar to monitor the professional conduct of Maine's lawyers. The board has a special grievance commission and - for the first time - it's hearing a case alleging misconduct by a Maine prosecutor. Jay Field was in the courtroom today and joins Maine Things Considered host Tom Porter to talk about the hearing...

Man acquitted of rape testifies against prosecutor at misconduct hearing
October 22, 2012, By Bill Trotter, BDN Staff
Davis told the panel that Kellett did break bar rules and, to support his case, called George “Toby” Dilworth, an experienced attorney and former federal prosecutor, to the stand as an expert witness. Dilworth was forthright in saying that he believes Kellett violated bar rules in the way she handled Filler’s case.

He said that during her closing argument Kellett improperly made comments that were not germane to evidence presented during the trial.

Dilworth said the written statements Filler and his wife provided to police about the Ellsworth incident were “critical”, to the defense. It is a prosecutor’s professional responsibility to provide any possibly exculpatory evidence to a defendant’s attorney, he said, and Kellett clearly did not do that.

Man who filed complaint against prosecutor now serving sentence
October 20, 2012, By Bill Trotter, BDN Staff
ELLSWORTH, Maine — A former Gouldsboro man convicted last year of assault has begun serving his sentence at Hancock County Jail, just days before his complaint against a local prosecutor is expected to be considered at a hearing in Bangor.

Filler jailed, denied attorney by Judge Robert E. Murray
October 17, 2012, by Paul Elam
It is certain that Murray knows that Filler is scheduled to give key testimony in the disbarment hearing of Mary Kellett four days from now.

Man Disciplinary hearing on Hancock County prosecutor set for next week
October 16, 2012, By Bill Trotter, BDN Staff
ELLSWORTH, Maine — A disciplinary hearing in Bangor for a Hancock County prosecutor has been rescheduled for two days early next week. The Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar is expected to hold a grievance hearing about Hancock County Assistant District Attorney Mary Kellett on Monday, Oct. 22 and Tuesday, Oct. 23, at the Penobscot Judicial Center in Bangor. Proceedings are expected to begin each day at 9 a.m. and are open to the public.

Vladek Filler faces political imprisonment while persecuting ADA Mary Kellett may go unsanctioned after disciplinary hearing
October 13, 2012, by NCFM
Despicable cronyism at it’s blatant worse. It’s hard to dig up enough words to describe this sham under the guise of justice. The people of Maine are paying huge salaries for district attorneys to persecute rather than prosecute. Maybe the label “Damn Yankees” is appropriate here. How come the citizens of Maine are not demanding the resignations of this gang of prosecutors? It may be a cliche, but the treatment of Vladek Filler would make Salem witch trial prosecutors blush. AVfM has been involved closely with this case. At the conclusion heAVfM article below are instructions on how you can help. Please do. We absolutely have to root out this circle the wagons corruption…

Filler faces political imprisonment
October 11, 2012, Act for AVfM

Hancock County Prosecutor's Misconduct Hearing Delayed
August 30, 2012, by Mark Good, The Ellsworth American
ELLSWORTH — A disciplinary hearing involving Hancock County Assistant District Attorney Mary Kellett scheduled for this week has been postponed.
Angela Morse of the Maine Board of Overseers to the Bar said the hearing is being rescheduled “because of witness availability.” No date has been set, but Morse said she expects the hearing to take place in October or November.

Prosecutorial Misconduct: SAVE Expresses Concern Over Delays in Resolving Charges Against ADA Mary Kellett
August 29, 2012, Stop Abusive And Violent Environments
SAVE spokesperson Michael Thompson says, “According to the ethical code of the Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar, prosecutors are held to a higher standard because they represent the power of the State. Compared to Michael Nifong, prosecutor in the infamous Duke lacrosse scandal, Mary Kellett engaged in more egregious forms of evidentiary suppression and misrepresentation. For these reasons, she must be disbarred.”

Censorship alive and well at Bangor Daily News
August 29, 2012 Dr. Tara J. Palmatier, A Voice For Men
Yesterday, I posted a comment on an article written by Bill Trotter of The Bangor Daily News. In the article, Online attacks against Hancock County assistant district attorney unusual, other prosecutors say, Mr Trotter offers reactions from other Maine prosecutors regarding the “unusual criticism” and “online targeting” of Ellsworth, Maine ADA, Mary Kellet, who has been conducting a campaign of prosecutorial harassment against Vladek Filler since 2005.
Mr Trotter cites the National Coalition for Men, FathersandFamilies.org and SAVE websites as being responsible for the “online targeting” of Kellett. Frankly, I’m surprised AVfM was omitted from the list of websites who are “targeting” Kellett (i.e., exposing Kellett’s criminal misconduct) in Trotter’s article.

Article Deplores ‘Online Attacks’ on Mary Kellett, but Doesn’t Give Any Examples of Such ‘Attacks’
August 28, 2012, Stop Abusive And Violent Environments

Online attacks against Hancock County assistant district attorney unusual, other prosecutors say
August 28, 2012 By Bill Trotter, BDN Staff
Kellett and her boss, Hancock County District Attorney Carletta Bassano, have declined multiple requests for comment about any aspect of Filler’s case or about the upcoming hearing. Kellett has continued to work and prosecute cases in Hancock County, despite the pending complaint.

Prosecutorial persecution in Maine
August 8, 2012 By The Washington Times
I have been following with interest the story of Vladek Filler, who has been relentlessly prosecuted by Ellsworth, Maine, Assistant District Attorney Mary Kellett. Ms. Kellett is now under state review for numerous alleged ethics and civil rights violations.

If found culpable, there is a likelihood that Ms. Kellett could be removed from office and possibly lose her license to practice law. Based on publicized news reports, I do not believe that the sanctions are sufficient and Ms. Kellett should face federal criminal civil rights violations as well.Mr. Filler, who has been trapped in a nightmare of a family-law case filled with false allegations of child abuse and sexual abuse, has been subjected to violations of his civil rights. This scenario is truly reminiscent of Stalinist Russia in the 1950s.

Maine police DV training targets men as abusers
August 4, 2012 by Robert O'Hara
In the wake of the announcement by AVfM that political prisoner Vladek Filler will be held for 21 days in a Maine Jail cell during a Maine Bar Associations disciplinary hearings concerning Assistant DA Mary Kellet’s handling of his case, Stop Abusive and Violent Environments issued a press release concerning that state’s police department’s training in regard to domestic violence.

Corrupt Asst. District Attorney: Marry Kellett
July 26, 2012 by johntheother

Hearing Scheduled on Complaint Against Assistant DA
July 25, 2012, by Mark Good, The Ellsworth American
ELLSWORTH — The Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar has scheduled a disciplinary hearing to consider a complaint against Hancock County Assistant District Attorney Mary Kellett for custody disputes.
Kellett made several statements…These comments “were misrepresentations to the jury of the actual facts” and, therefore, are a violation of bar rules, bar counsel J. Scott Davis wrote.
Kellett also is accused of withholding discovery materials and other pertinent information from Pileggi.
A Hancock County Superior Court justice eventually granted that motion, but Kellett allegedly failed to provide the materials she was required to produce.
Failure to heed the court order “was improper conduct and not in compliance with the terms and requirements” of the order and the requirements of Maine Rules of Criminal Procedure, Davis wrote. As such, Kellett was in violation of bar rules.

Maine raises the bar on corruption
July 24, 2012
MAINE COURTS ALLOW FALSE EVIDENCE AND HOLOCAUST ANALOGY TO CONVICT VLADEK FILLER
Per DA Carletta Bassano’s demand Filler to be held at undisclosed jail during Kellett’s August 30-31 disciplinary hearing.

Bar to hold disciplinary hearing on Hancock County prosecutor
July 23, 2012 By Bill Trotter, BDN Staff
In an 18-page disciplinary petition filed with the Board of Overseers’ grievance commission, Kellett is accused of violating four rules of the Maine Bar with statements she made during her closing arguments at Filler’s first trial, in January 2009, and by withholding evidence and interfering with subpoenas issued by Filler’s defense attorney for that trial. Filler’s second trial was prosecuted by First District Attorney Paul Cavanaugh, who is not accused of any misconduct in the case.
Kellett’s disciplinary hearing, which is open to the public, is scheduled to be held next month, Aug. 30 and 31, at the Penobscot Judicial Center in Bangor.

ADA Kellett Strikes Out in Two More Cases
July 1st, 2012 by Robert Franklin, Esq.
Interestingly, defense lawyer Jeff Toothaker was allowed to tell the jury about the connection between the charges and Colantonio’s custody battle. That wasn’t allowed when Kellett brought Vladek Filler to trial, but apparently is now the law in Maine. Because of the Filler case, when criminal charges arise in connection with divorce or custody matters, juries will be told about the divorce or custody case and allowed to conclude that the charges are fabricated to gain an advantage in the family law matter.

Hysteria
June 24, 2012 By Downeastlawyers.com

Prosecutorial misconduct questions arise in appeal over assault conviction
June 18, 2012 By Judy Harrison, BDN Staff

ME Bar Counsel Recommends Discipline for ADA Mary N. Kellett
April 12th, 2012 by Robert Franklin, Esq.

NCFM helps bring ethic charges against Prosecutor Mary Kellet
April 14, 2012 By NCFM

Vladek Filler, perseguitato dall'avv. Mary Kellet
pubblicato il 10/12/2011 di Totalità

Mary Kellett placed on offenders registry
September 2, 2011 by Paul Elam of AVFM

Scandal Surrounding Maine ADA Mary Kellett Goes International
September 2, 2011 by Robert Franklin, Esq.

DA causing rape hysteria with witch hunt in Maine
September 1, 2011 by RT News

AVfM News Release: Filler Case
August 25, 2011 by Robert O'Hara

Kellett steps in it, big time
August 20, 2011 by Paul Elam

Filler sentenced to 21 days
August 10, 2011 by Paul Elam

Maine Prosecutor Mary Kellett Loses Another One
August 5th, 2011 by Robert Franklin, Esq.

Vladek Filler: A political prisoner in America
August 5, 2011 by Paul Elam

Vladek Filler found NOT GUILTY of spousal rape
May 27, 2011 by False Allegation Awareness

Vladek Filler Acquitted After Retrial Of Sexually Assaulting His Estranged Wife
June 9, 2011 by Hans Sherrer, Justice Denied

Barking Mad or Clever as a Fox? The Vladek Filler Re-trial
June 2, 2011 by Jan Brown, Domestic Abuse Helpline for Men and Women

Vladek Filler Found Not Guilty of Spousal Rape
May 30th, 2011 by Robert Franklin, Esq.

UPDATED: Ex-Gouldsboro Man Acquitted Of Rape Charge
June 1, 2011 by Jennifer Osborn

Former Gouldsboro man, son testify in spousal rape case
May 26, 2011 By Bill Trotter, BDN Staff

Recorded screams played back during rape trial
May 25, 2011 By Bill Trotter, BDN Staff

Wife testifies in Gouldsboro rape trial against estranged husband
May 24, 2011 By Bill Trotter, BDN Staff

Jury picked for retrial of former Gouldsboro man accused of raping wife
May 20, 2011 By Bill Trotter, BDN Staff

Why I am hopeful about the Vladek Filler retrial
May 17, 2011 False Rape Society

Change of venue denied in rape retrial
May 12, 2011 By Bill Trotter, BDN Staff

When Winning Becomes More Important than Seeking the Truth Male Victims and Children Suffer
April 12, 2011 by Jan Brown of Domestic Abuse Helpline for Men and Women Inc

CNBC - NCFM: Internationally Respected Investigator Says Vladek Filler Rape Accusation is "Fabrication"
April 11, 2011

Abuse shelter exploits mentally-ill woman to push political agenda
April, 10 2011 By Carey Roberts

A Voice For Men Radio with special guests
April 5, 2011
Nationally known private investigator TJ Ward and author Phil Cook of SAVE. We will be highlighting efforts to convince the prosecution in this case to drop the charges against Mr. Filler.

PRESS RELEASE from SAVE
April 4, 2011
Rape Accusation a ‘Fabrication,’ Says Former Natalee Holloway Investigator

Man asks for change of venue in rape retrial
April 04, 2011 By Bill Trotter, BDN Staff

PRESS RELEASE from SAVE
March 30th, 2011

Prosecutor's Conduct in Vladek Filler Case Both Heinous and Unpardonable
March 29, 2011

A Voice For Men Radio with special guests
March 29, 2011
Attorney Lisa Scott of TABS and E. Bartlett of SAVE to discuss the implications of this hair raising story of persecution and legal corruption being conducted in broad daylight.

Vladek Filler’s New Trial Scheduled for May
March 25th, 2011 by Robert Franklin, Esq.

A Voice For Men Radio
March 15, 2011
Interviewed world renowned private investigator T.J. Ward, the lead investigator in the Vladek Filler case about this outrageous case, the accuser, and the prosecutor Mary N. Kellett of the Bar Harbor district attorney’s office.

Vladek Filler Gets a New Trial
September 12th, 2010 by Robert Franklin, Esq.

On Jury Nullification and Rape
August 1, 2010 A Voice for Men

Maine: Supreme Court Hears Case on Out-of-Control DV Prosecutor
June 15, 2010 Abusegate

Supreme Judicial Court of Maine scheduled to hear oral arguments in the State vs. Vladek Filler.
May 8, 2010 Dirty Decisions

In Maine, it doesn't pay to be a man
February 1, 2010 Renew America

False Rape Witch Hunts Gone Wild
October 23, 2009 Men's News Daily

The Filler Case Continues
May 28, 2009 Washington DV Press

Buzz - U.S. News
May 17, 2009

Save The Fathers
May 14, 2009

News Story: Men, beware of the legal system...it's designed to destroy you.
April 7, 2009 Diary of a Tired Black Man

Mary Kellett - Nobody’s Talking
March 13, 2009 Washington DV Press

California Men's Centers
March 10, 2009

The Ellsworth American - Front Page
March 5, 2009

Gouldsboro husband charged with rape
April 28-29, 2007 Bangor Daily News - Front Page