Superior Court Judge Winston Burbank is doing this right before the election. This is how Barack Obama got elected as senator. A judge (Obamas friend) ordered the release of private records of his opponent Jack Ryan who was married to that Star Trek babe. The release of the records doomed Ryan and he was replaced by Alan Keyes which made Obama a winner by default without any vetting. Where were the Judges when it came to opening Obama's records. Now this judge is friends with Palin hater Lisa Murkowski and was appointed by her dad, Governor Frank Murkowski who Palin beat in the Governors race. Superior Court Judge Winston Burbank ruled that the public's right to know about candidates outweighed Miller's right to privacy. There is corruption and a double standard going on here when it comes to Obama. Why haven't his records been released? Judge orders Miller documents released: 2010 Alaska U.S. Senate election | adn.com FAIRBANKS -- A judge ruled today that the Fairbanks North Star Borough must release personnel records of Senate candidate Joe Miller. In an unusual Saturday hearing, retired Superior Court Judge Winston Burbank ruled that the public's right to know about candidates outweighed Miller's right to privacy. Burbank ordered no release until at least Tuesday, however, to allow Miller to appeal the decision to the Alaska Supreme Court. Some of the documents will be redacted, he said. The case was brought by a group of Alaska news media organizations, who have been trying since summer to see borough documents concerning Miller's employment as a part-time borough attorney. Miller, the Republican nominee, fought the release, arguing that any release of personnel records violated his privacy rights Among the documents being sought are details of his resignation from the job last year, and any disciplinary actions taken against him while employed. Separate lawsuits were brought by the Alaska Dispatch and Fairbanks Daily News-Miner. The Daily News and Associated Press joined, and the suits were combined. Among the arguments for release was that the state Supreme Court, in earlier cases, has ruled that candidates for office expose their private lives to public scrutiny.