JAIL4Judges Does Seem To Be The Only Answer
- JAIL4Judges Does Seem To Be The Only Answer----- Original Message -----From: Sherry PayneTo: VictoryUSA@...Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2005 4:41 AMSubject: RE: How To File Against Judges!
Hi Ron and Barbie!
It has been awhile since JAIL has heard from me, but my absence here has been due to...guess what...just yet another injustice by our "good ol boy" court system here in South Carolina. I am responding to the desperate plea from "Ms. P.J. Stewart and Pete Clark because I can totally relate to their frustration and feeling of helplessness when it comes to the subject of "abusive judges".
.... I must agree with you, Ron, that JAIL4JUDGES does seem to be the only answer...the answer being accountability where none exists, sadly leaving litigants with no recourse at all. I applaud JAIL for it's courage and persistence in bringing these tyrants down from their thrones where they destroy the lives of the families that they are sworn to serve. God Bless You, Ron and Barbie, and all who follow to restore this country to it's claim of "freedom and justice for all".
I say to Ms. Stewart and Pete and all who suffer at the hands of "abusive judges"...first of all, we must put our trust in OUR GOD, who is THE ONE who can truly bring miracles about...secondly, by bringing our stories to JAIL4JUDGES and working with them, you can trust that eventually these tyrants will be exposed and expelled, and such monsters of the bench will be brought to justice.
GOD BLESS YOU RON, BARBIE AND FELLOW JAILERS FOR YOUR INCESSANT EFFORTS TO MAKE THIS HAPPEN FOR US ALL!
SC JAILER SHERRY PAYNEHow To File Against Judges!Dear Ms. Stewart & Pete:Your expressed concerns below run right at the heart of J.A.I.L. and why it was founded. I am assuming in your question that you are inquiring into how one sues a judge in court. But the question itself shows a conflict. All suits against a judge goes before another judge who likewise enjoys the same immunity as the judge brought before him. By covering for the defendant judge, the judge is keeping intact the protection he may himself need one day if he is sued. This protection is called "Judicial Immunity," which is a judge-created "law." While the said "law" is subject to supposed conditions, those "conditions" are rarely honored because, again, it is another judge determining whether those conditions apply in the case before him.Hence, while it is possible to "file" a case against a judge, you can rest assured that it will be dismissed after the service is made upon the judge. In one of my suits against judges, the order of dismissal chased me home. You may equate your chances against a judge to that of winning the super jackpot in Vegas.Moving on to complaints about a judge to a State Judicial Commission, there is no formality. You just state the plain facts of your complaint and mail it to your State's Commission. It will cost you a First-class stamp, and a sheet or two of paper. But here again, conflicts of interest come into play. You will get their "attention," at least to the extent that someone will take the effort to "respond" to your complaint, even if it be just shy of a form letter that states something like, "Having investigated your complaint against a state judge which you have brought to our attention, at our (name of month) meeting it was decided that there was insufficient evidence of misconduct to require disciplinary action. This matter is now deemed closed.Thank you for writing your concerns to this commission.Signed and Dated.Hence, the bottom line is that the chances are right at 100% that you will be denied redress altogether. Now I know my words may seem too drastic, and unacceptable to you. So what are your options? This is why we have established JAIL4Judges with the by-line, "JAIL4Judges is the only answer!" Only until J.A.I.L. becomes in force will the citizens have a forum of redress with the judiciary. All other avenues will lead to frustration after frustration, and people who do not listen have to go through this frustration until they say, "Ron was right!"-Ron BransonFrom: Ms. P.J. StewartTo: VictoryUSA@... ; petedclark@...Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2005 8:29 AMSubject: Re: Contact Pete Please!Pete wants to know how you file against Judges, have you jailed any in Cal? He wants to know, how you do it, if you've done it in Cal. Where does he get papers to serve on a abusive judge? I am totally mad about the treatment of my best friend in the court system! (The case is where the mother attempted a double murder, he prevented it! and she got custody!)Please Contact Pete Clark, 1-925-449-XXXX THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT!