I couldn't agree more with the title of Dan Rodricks' column ("A judge long overdue for retirement," July 3). Judge Thomas J. Bollinger has made ugly waves for years with various decisions, several quoted by Mr. Rodricks, that show his disrespect, unconcern and disdain for women.
Why is this man still on the bench when he is past the mandatory retirement age of 70? Doesn't this counteract the law he purportedly supports? Can't someone get him away from us so we won't hear any more disgusting judgments like giving a bishop (a bishop!) only 5 years probation rather than 10 years of jail time for attacking a parishioner?