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Sent: Sunday, October 12, 2003 11:13 PM
Subject: Re: * * * J.A.I.L. Absolutely Unique * * *
I fully support your agenda. However, I really am confused regarding
whether or not you really believe that targeting ONLY judges, will somehow "fix"
all the other "criminals" in uniform and in positions of authority and power who
continue to destroy our country and the lives of private citizens.
At the risk of sounding cliché, it's time to remind the citizens of this
country that WE are the government; that "Freedom Isn't Free"; that if our
corrupt system is to be rectified, millions of citizens need to make their
concerns known; and ACT upon them.
This is what it will take to first contain and then the process of
identifying ALL of the "system criminals", holding them accountable, or outing
their butts, and redefining the principles and procedures upon which the
"system" is intended to function.
As the Author of J.A.I.L., although I believe I
was moved upon by divine intervention to write J.A.I.L. in its original
form in a two-day period, I did not come up with the concept out of
the sky blue, lacking experience and knowledge, as though my fingers just
automatically moved upon the keyboard as if driven by a force. I had to
learn my enemy by suffering the long and hard rocky road of years of
rebuttals, denials, shame, lies, torture and oppression.
I do definitely believe, however, that all these
things worked out for good by the Hand of God to educate me regarding the wiles
of evil and darkness in high places. When I started years ago, (around
1981) I was just the same as everyone else, i.e., disgusted over government
injustice inflicted upon me, and I began to go into the courts seeking, and
fully expecting, redress of grievances addressed. That was the only logical
thing I had left when I saw that appealing to the City and the County of
Los Angeles was getting me nowhere. (Yes, I thought in the beginning that
even my enemies had some scruples of right and wrong, and that they knew we had
laws that governed the affairs of our life, and that they could somehow be
reasoned with.) But now I understand what George Washington was stating when he
said, "Government is not reason. Government is not eloquence. It is force; and,
like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master!"
Those were my naive days in the early 80s when I
actually thought my redress was to be found in those who eventually became known
to me as my prosecutors. When I say "prosecutors" what I mean is that those
from whom I sought relief eventually became the defense for the
government agency which I had to sue. Eventually, they would turn the whole case
around in court by the help of the judges to make me the defense and
them the prosecutors, while on paper, I was the plaintiff of the action.
(Attorney Linda Kennedy, WBFLegal@...,
has done an excellent exposition on this phenomenon in her Holodeck Law series,
with which I was totally unfamiliar at that time.)
Every time I sued a government agent or agency, it was
the judges who invariably came to their rescue every time without fail. After
repeated attempts of seeking redress against government officials, I began to
learn the ropes, and discovered that the problem in society was not corrupt
government officials, but judges who covered for these corrupt government
officials. This premise is what became likened to me as an out-of-control
spoiled kid who is consoled and rewarded by their mother every time the kid did
evil. I used to blame cops for being out of control, but I had to learn
that they were only doing what the courts were allowing them to get away with,
and even rewarding them for their evil.
This education took me to the next step of learning to
sue corrupt judges, who covered for corrupt government officials,
who oppressed everyone, which acts depressed all society, but I was met
with the blockage of judicial immunity. Every time I sued a judge, he hid behind
judicial immunity, which I learned was not really judicial immunity as set forth
in law, but was actually in practice "absolute immunity," i.e., the judge can do
Through years of suing judges and seeking to overcome
their "so-called" judicial immunity doctrine defense, I became a expert on the
subject. Then came my final law course. I had to learn that law has absolutely
no meaning whatsoever, and that was my problem. I had been thinking that the law
was the law, and one could count upon the law as defined by judges in the law
books. What I was finding, however, was that no matter how clear the law was, or
the cases defining those laws by the courts, not one thing could be relied
upon as an established truth in fact or law, whether you were the plaintiff or
I had to learn that I was playing in a chess game in
which my opponent was making up the rules as we progressed. No matter how
cunning I got, when I trapped my opponent up against the wall with absolutely no
place to go, they just played a "Houdini" and declared there was no such wall
and played off the chess board. I tested this theory many, many times. It was
the lesson that was to be indelibly hammered into my skull, to wit, you just
will never win in pursuit of redress of grievances in our current judicial
system. (If one does, it is not because of the legal skills in law, but because
even Las Vegas needs someone to win their money on occasion, otherwise no one
would ever gamble in Vegas.)
Unwilling to accept the concept that there was
absolutely nowhere in government that anyone could go for redress. I went
everywhere, including the California State Legislature, the Attorney General,
the Governor, Congress, the FBI, the Justice Department, and even to the
President himself, none of which offered a solution, but completely ignored me.
Several petitions of grievances now rest with Congress,
which I sincerely believe they merely discarded, even though I offered to
come before them personally with a crew of attorneys. J.A.I.L. was born out of
So now you ask me if I "really believe that targeting ONLY judges, will somehow 'fix'
all the other 'criminals' in uniform...?" to
which I respond positively, "Absolutely and unequivocally Yes!" I not only
believe it will, but I know it will from my years of real and practical
experience, and I further know that redress will be by no other means.
Does my experience make me a "hard man?" Yes it does,
but I know we must deal with reality, not fantasies or wishful thinking,
and delusions of grandeur of redress of grievances through other means. And I
know that I must bear the put-downs of those I must slap across the face
with the unpleasant fact of reality that there is no other way.
Thanks for asking your question that puts truth to the
test. God bless you.
"..it does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless
minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds.." - Samuel Adams
"There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who
striking at the
-- Henry David Thoreau <><