The Judicial Pot Is Boiling
- Bill Gage <gageserve@...> wrote:
In the early 90's a New York group named All County Taxpayer
Association did a study on all New York State Judges from the State Supreme court level to the State Court of Appeals level because of many defeats in state courts where the group members filed Pro Se (individually) in a similar to class action manner to stop New York State from Back Door Borrowing (commit the state taxpayers to debt by borrowing on state assets, i.e. prisons , dormitories, etc...).What they found was each and every state judge, EXCEPT FOR ONE, was heavily invested in public bonds. When this was brought to the federal court level the federal courts refused to hear the case.This Jail4Judges, that the judiciary has so casually dismissed as
non-effective, is ready to boil over. The media can't ignore the judicial
corruption in our courts any longer. Small papers and public access TV
stations are doing stories on Judicial Corruption because there are too many horror stories about the courts of our country and they can't be ignored any longer.Hang on everyone; call your neighbors, relatives, friends and local and state politicians, because the pot is ready to boil over and no one can turn off the heat. There's something stirring in New York and New England!