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  • Sacs1@mindspring.com
    The problem is that even if you know the law and use it, inform the judge of it and put it on the record, and the judge ignores it - what them? There s not
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 21 7:15 PM
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      The problem is that even if you know the law and use it, inform the judge of it and put it on the record, and the judge ignores it - what them? There's not much you can do.
       
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      From: darlene j
      Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2005 2:03 PM
      Subject: RE: [tips_and_tricks] why pro se litigants are beating their heads

      If a judge is bribed, he would have to convolute the rules of court and/or the law.  If you are ignorant of the law, sure, the judge can be bribed.

       

      But if you know the law, that judge cannot, for love of money nor bribe, distort the Truth as your ears will know the falsity.

       

      That is how they win now, by preying upon our ignorance.

       

      Darlene

       

    • brokenwrench
      yes there is but few know how to do it. for the idiots in the black dresses acting like gods who ran into these educated people, these so called judges have
      Message 2 of 2 , Apr 22 10:33 AM
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        yes there is but few know how to do it. for the idiots in the black dresses acting like gods who ran into these educated  people, these so called judges have perfected commercial liens welded to them and all they own that cant be removed by anyone but the injured party. some are liened up for 25m some for a billion or two.
        another way is to find the insurance company that issues the judge's bond and file a torte claim for damages  and notify  the risk management this judge has gone rogue.

        Sacs1@... wrote:
         
        The problem is that even if you know the law and use it, inform the judge of it and put it on the record, and the judge ignores it - what them? There's not much you can do.
         
        ----- Original Message -----
        From: darlene j
        Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2005 2:03 PM
        Subject: RE: [tips_and_tricks] why pro se litigants are beating their heads

        If a judge is bribed, he would have to convolute the rules of court and/or the law.  If you are ignorant of the law, sure, the judge can be bribed.

         

        But if you know the law, that judge cannot, for love of money nor bribe, distort the Truth as your ears will know the falsity.

         

        That is how they win now, by preying upon our ignorance.

         

        Darlene

         

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