Former State Judge Pleads Guilty to Obstructing Federal Drug Trafficking Investigation

A former Colorado district court judge has pleaded guilty to obstructing a federal investigation into cocaine trafficking, according to the office of the U.S. Attorney for the District of Colorado.According to a news release, Ryan Kamada learned about the investigation in his official capacity as a judge in the 19th Judicial District when he received a phone call from a from a task force officer who was seeking a warrant. Kamada recused himself from the case when the officer pointed out his connection to the trafficker on social media, but the next morning Kamada told a friend, Geoffrey Ch

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