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The Gravity of Judicial Immunity

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    The Gravity of Judicial Immunity (By Ron Branson - J.A.I.L. CIC) Katina Kefalos: I have no reason to doubt your sincerity. I will thus answer your concerns re
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 6, 2004
      The Gravity of Judicial Immunity
      (By Ron Branson - J.A.I.L. CIC)
      Katina Kefalos:
      I have no reason to doubt your sincerity. I will thus answer your concerns re judicial immunity within your context in red. While I regard these answers as "my opinion," I think such descript as "opinion" under- estimates the severity. Nonetheless, I am pleased you have accorded me with the respect of asking my opinion.
      Ron Branson

      ----- Original Message -----
      Sent: Friday, June 04, 2004 4:24 PM
      Subject: inquiry

      Dear Ron,
          In FEB. I was released from prison after serving 21 months for civil resistance regarding federal income taxes. My saga is far from over and I hope that you can, and will, give me your opinion on judicial immunity.
          On the surface it appears that a US District Court Judge cannot be sued in a Bivens action, or other civil action, but I find this most difficult to accept. (Truth is often hard to accept, but accept it you must, and here with and exclamation.  It is for this reason that J.A.I.L. has come into existence.)
      If that judge were involved in a conspiracy to deny a defendant their Sixth Amendment right to the assistance of counsel (and the defendant went to prison for 21 months) would he still have immunity?  (Absolutely!) His involvement would certainly be outside the scope of his judicial functions. (That does not matter. The result would be the same on most anything short of a felony such murder or rape.)
          In my case the judge conspired with my former attorney and I am in possession of three memos, and two transcripts from two depositions, implicating the judge in just such an extra-judicial activity in my trial. (Welcome to the club. These are typical day-to-day events in the life of a judge. As one reporter told me, "Corruption in the court is not newsworthy!")
      Currently, I have a civil malpractice suit involving the attorney and everyday it looks worse for the judge, who has perjured himself regarding his participation. (As I say, proving the goods on a judge is of no significance. I hold proof that a federal judge ordered a federal magistrate to conspire with the defendants in a known clear violation the law, and even though she even admitted it in the appellate record, she was still covered.)
          It is a Sixth Circuit case out of Columbus, OH, and growing like a mushroom cloud. Please give me your opinion regarding liability of a judge when he has acted extra-judicially. (Your problem is that you are letting your common sense and logic interfere with reality. You are thinking that two plus two is four. Well - surprise! Welcome to the new math. Words fail to correctly depict the gravity of the situation. Perhaps someday someone will produce of a movie where everything defies reality in an effort to depict "justice" in our court system. Think the worse,  multiply it by three, and you might be getting close.)
      Very Truly Yours,
      Katina Kefalos
      PS If you want to know if I am genuine and this question authentic perhaps you know Rich Cornforth, Ben Houck, or Roger Elvick. I know them and they can confirm who I am, except for Roger who is currently in custody. Also, I can give you my case number, etc.
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