Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.

Re: Cracks in the Doctrine of AJI?

Expand Messages
  • Jon Roland
    Also see another article on the subject here . To: Sara
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 24, 2009
      Also see another article on the subject here.

      To: Sara: Can we get a copy of your brief or a link to it online (that is open to anyone)? Thanks.

      The key ingredient was the willingness of the U.S. Attorney to prosecute, opening the way for the civil action, which would likely have been dismissed as frivolous if the defendants had not first pled guilty in the criminal case. That is a thin connection to justice. We still need to press for opening of grand juries to private prosecutions, both civil and criminal.

      However, one wonders whether the civil case is "ripe" before the criminal verdict comes in. Might want to hold it in abeyance until then.

      On 09/24/2009 01:22 PM, Gary Zerman wrote:
      To All:
      Was J.AI.L. -  right from the beginning?  
      And was the judiciary (the judges, Sandy Day O’Connor, Ronald George, and the pols) who blindly defended the dastardly & indefensible Doctrine of Absolute Judicial Immunity - wrong from the start?
      Is the Doctrine of Absolute Judicial Immunity starting to crack & crumble - proving that J.A.I.L was correct all along?
      Well check out the below 9/23/09 timesleader.com article about the crooked & corrupt juvenile court judges (Conahan and Ciaverella) from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, who sold kids into confinement (jail) for cash.
      Ex-judges’ immunity claims attacked
      Legal scholars want fed judge to nix Conahan and Ciavarella claim of immunity from class action lawsuit.
      By Terrie Morgan-Besecker tmorgan@...
      Law & Order Reporter 
      Recall Conahan and Ciavarella were charged by the feds with RICO violations, including the denial of honest government services, for selling kids for cash into juvenile detention for/on very minor beefs, and the judges were then given kickbacks from the private contractor who got state funds for housing each kid during their confinement/sentence.
      Conahan and Ciavarella had agreed to plea to lesser charges of obstruction of justice and were to go to prison for about seven (7) years, but then they withdrew their pleas.  Over 1000 cases that the two presided over corruptly, have been reviewed and overturned.  Those children - victims of law –  are seeking redress for the wrongs done them by these crooked and corrupt judges.
      Similar to Toto in the Wizard of Oz, who pulled back the curtain and exposed the Wizard ("Don't pay any attention to that man behind the curtain!"), as just a man with tricks, is the need to expose the trick that has been played on the American People, by the judicary with its Doctrine of Absolute Judicial Immunity.  But the Wizard of Oz was a movie, and real life has is much more difficult.  Hopefully this article, this case, can be the start of the demise of AJI and the return of a  REAL Rule of Law and true justice.  But don't hold your breath.
      There no one left to blame but – the judiciary/judges.
       Liberty & Truth require constant vigilance.  GLZ. 		 	   		  

      Constitution Society 2900 W Anderson Ln C-200-322, Austin, TX 78757
      512/299-5001    www.constitution.org    jon.roland@...
    Your message has been successfully submitted and would be delivered to recipients shortly.