SPOKANE, Wash. -

A Yakima judge brought in to hear the recall case against Spokane Mayor David Condon shot down all four possible charges Tuesday, ensuring this recall effort will not go forward.

Judge Blaine Gibson ruled there was no sufficient factual basis on any of the charges; he also cited a lack of supporting materials from Spokane CPA in his effort to recall Condon.

Green brought four possible charges against Condon, mostly relating to the conduct and dismissal of former Police Chief Frank Straub and sexual harassment claims made by former police spokesperson Monique Cotton. He also accused Condon of misusing his office by appointing Craig Meidl as police chief without prior approval of city council.

Judge Gibson only needed to fine factual basis of one of the charges for the recall to move forward. He struck down all four.

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