Is Ronald George Living in Fear?
Is Ronald George Living in Fear?Stan Antlocer, antolak@..., a leader of a patriot group that meets monthly in Simi Valley, CA., reacted to the notice of the 2007 State of the Judiciary message for California presented by Chief Justice Ronald George, requesting if I knew the address of this "moron." [His words, not mine.]This request sent me on a quest to Google Ronald George to see if I could connect him with an address. While I have not yet found a contact address for Mr. George, I did find an interesting article named "Is the Ron George Court Living in Fear?" found on the Legal Pad at http://legalpad.typepad.com/my_weblog/2007/08/is-the-ron-geor.htmlI considered this worthy of providing a little "ink." (By the way, I appear to be Ronald George's favorite person he loves to hate, and I'm sure it not because we have the same first name. - RonPS - The person, Cruz Reynoso mentioned in the article below, is the former California Supreme Court justice that was bounced from the Supreme Court by the voters in 1986, along with two other justices. He suggests that Ronald George is fearful of the same fate a he.
August 10, 2007
Is the Ron George Court Living in Fear?
Former California Supreme Court Justice Cruz Reynoso took a not-so-subtle dig at the court’s current occupants Friday during a morning seminar at the American Bar Association’s annual meeting.
Reynoso, former Chief Justice Rose Bird and ex-Justice Joseph Grodin were removed from the state’s highest court in 1986 by voters upset with their liberal positions on the death penalty. Voters felt they had reversed too many capital convictions.
On Friday, Reynoso, now a professor emeritus at the UC-Davis School of Law, said that, nonetheless, the Supreme Court back in those days and for decades before had always been viewed as one of the best in the land.
“But,” he said, “I haven’t heard those kinds of comments about the court since I left.”
Reynoso, who was taking part in a seminar about public reactions to controversial rulings, insinuated that the current panel — while comprised of “good people” — isn’t taking tough stands on sensitive issues. He said he often wonders whether Chief Justice Ronald George and his six compatriots believe “if they ever do anything controversial, the same thing that happened to me might happen to them.”
Reynoso said former California Supreme Court Justice Otto Kaus often said it’s difficult to ignore the alligator in the bathtub if you want to take a bath.
“So I wonder,” he said, “if subconsciously they can’t help but think about Otto Kaus and the alligator in the bathtub.”
— Mike McKee-----Original Message-----
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What is the address that we can send mail to this moron. This is the reason the California courts are so screwed up. I thought that the judiciary and legislative branch was separate. Now you see why the the country is run by the courts. When the DOJ, IRS and Federal judges got together in 1973 and 1983 to
discuss how to stop tax protesters this was a clear violation of the seperation of powers. But oh well!!!
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> the prophets which were before you." Matthew5:11, 12. - Ron
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