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Going After Judges Minus J.A.I.L. is Spinning One's Wheels

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  • JAIL4Judges
    Going After Judges Minus J.A.I.L. is Spinning One s Wheels Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. - Albert
    Message 1 of 1 , May 28, 2008
      Going After Judges Minus J.A.I.L.
      is Spinning One's Wheels
      Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.  - Albert Einstein

      From: Lcagee@... [mailto:Lcagee@...]
      Sent: Tuesday, May 27, 2008 5:15 AM
      To: JAIL4Judges
      Subject: Re: Why Access to Grand Juries Are Being Blocked

      My experience in Vermont was very similar to Ron Branson's experience in California. When I tried to file a complaint against a judge, I was told to attend the judicial conduct hearings, which occur every 6 years. I did attend, and was given all of 3 minutes to speak in a room crowded with lawyers anxious to take the podium and praise the fine judges. I was the last speaker. After I spoke for my 3 minutes, there was stunned silence. The only thing that happened after that was the moderator declaring the hearing adjourned.
      I then attended a session of the legislative committee on judicial performance. I entered a room with several legislators who spoke of administrative things. When I thought I might have my chance to speak, the meeting was adjourned.
      I went to the office of the AG to speak to him directly. I was told he would not meet with me, but I could write a letter.
      I wrote a letter outlining my grievances. The letter was forwarded to the judicial conduct board. I received a letter saying they would look into my complaint. Weeks went by, and no one contacted me to see my evidence or to speak with me. Then I received another letter telling me that a determination had been made that there was no evidence of wrongdoing, case closed. But no one had spoken to me. I didn't' understand.
      Then I decided to go ahead and sue the judge in federal court. He was provided a lawyer by the state.  I was not provided a lawyer. The law firm that represented him now has one of the founding partners sitting on the US Congress (he ran on a platform of looking out for the little guy).
      The lawsuit was filed, and his defense was, "I'm immune." They filed a motion to dismiss, and guess what? Dismissed. I filed a motion to reinstate and guess what? Denied. I filed an appeal to the Second Circuit Court. Guess what? Denied. I then appealed to the US Supreme court. Guess what? Denied.
      Each denial was based upon "absolute judicial immunity." I tried to point out that the judge helped a lawyer steal a huge sum of money from me. They didn't care. I tried to point out that the judge violated his sworn oath of office. They didn't mind.
      The week that my case was DISMISSED from the US Supreme court, I leaned that I was now "under investigation" by 2 state medical boards. This initiating party of this prosecution can be traced to the same building where the judge sits on the bench. Paperwork in my possession proved the judge and the lawyer who took my money both spoke to the prosecutor around the time this prosecution began.
      I am now unemployed. The lawyer referred to above recently participated in a foreclosure action against my home.
      Lawrence Agee, MD 
      PS. My original case involved a divorce after a 6 month marriage. The judge ignored my prenuptial agreement. What about my "right to contract" guaranteed by Article 1 Section 10 of the US Constitution? Don't judges take an oath to uphold the Constitution? Is this oath meaningless?
      Why Access to Grand Juries
      Are Being Blocked
      By Ron Branson - J.A.I.L. CIC
      Nancy Lazaryan, I have read of your below frustration, and I need to bring something to your attention regarding Grand Juries. Back in 1960 the State of California created what has now become known as the Commission on Judicial Performance (CJP). This commissions have spread throughout the other 49 states as a "means" of discipling wayward judges.
      In creating the CJP the "work" of the Grand Juries was "transferred" to the CJP. Prior to the creation of the CJP Grand Juries had the power to investigate all  political figures. However, since then, the one and only governmental entity that cannot now be investigated by the Grand Jury is the judiciary.
      I filed an affidavit for criminal conduct of a certain judge with the Los Angeles County Grand Jury. I thereafter received a letter from the Grand Jury stating that they did not have jurisdiction over the matter, and that I would have to go to the Commission on Judicial Performance.
      Indeed I did go personally to San Francisco, and was told that they are not a prosecuting agency, but deal only with ethical matters, and that I would have to go to the State Attorney General's Office. I drove from S.F. to the State Attorney General's Office in Sacramento where I was told they I would have to go to S.F. to the CJP.  I told them that I just came from them and they sent me here.
      Eventually they allowed me to see a Virgil Chapman, their P.R. man, who photocopied my evidence and told me that this evidence needs to be acted upon post haste.
      After a passage of time hearing nothing, I called to follow up. They made unmistaken acts to block my calls and told me they could no do anything.
      Here is what I found out. The State Attorney General is defense counsel for the California judges, and could not prosecute. Bottom line, there exists no forum in which the People may file a criminal affidavit against a judge which may be investigated.
      This is why you cannot gain access to the Grand Jury. It is also why I wrote into the J.A.I.L. Initiative that the Special Grand Jury created by the Initiative shall not be subject to the laws imposed upon Grand Juries. J.A.I.L. returns the power back into the hands of the People in the form of a Special Grand Jury.
      - Ron Branson
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