Tuesday, December 24, 2013

FRAUDCLOSURE Et Cetera: "... we as a society are allowed to place boundaries to judicial tyranny ...."

Seated: (LtoR) Chief Judge Sandra L. Lynch (1st Cir.); Chief Judge Dennis Jacobs (2nd Cir.); Chief Judge Theodore A. McKee (3rd Cir.); Chief Judge William B. Traxler, Jr. (4th Cir.); Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr.; Chief Judge Edith Hollan Jones (5th Cir.); Chief Judge Alice M. Batchelder (6th Cir.); Chief Judge Frank H. Easterbrook (7th Cir.); Chief Judge William Jay Riley (8th Cir.).
Standing, Second Row: (LtoR) Chief Judge Mark L. Wolf (D. Mass.); Chief Judge Carol Bagley Amon (E.D. NY); Chief Judge Gary L. Lancaster (W.D. Pa.); Chief Judge David Bryan Sentelle (DC Cir.); Chief Judge Randall R. Rader (Fed. Cir.); Chief Judge Alex Kozinski (9th Cir.); Chief Judge Mary Beck Briscoe (10th Cir.); Chief Judge Joel F. Dubina (11th Cir.); Chief Judge Deborah K. Chasanow (D. Md.); and Chief Judge Sarah S. Vance (E.D. La.).
Standing, Third Row: (LtoR) Judge Thomas A. Varlan (E.D. Tenn.); Chief Judge Richard L. Young (S.D. Ind.); Judge Robert S. Lasnik (W.D. Wash.); Judge Robin J. Cauthron (W.D. Okla.); Judge Rodney W. Sippel (E.D. Mo.); Judge W. Louis Sands (M.D. Ga.); Chief Judge Royce C. Lamberth (D. DC); Chief Judge Donald C. Pogue (Int’l Trade); and Judge Thomas F. Hogan, Dir, AOUSC.
... Judges and other officials will state that they have immunity, however their immunity is not absolute. Violation of civil rights under the color of authority is not only illegal, it is a criminal offense under 42 USC 1983 and corresponding state statutes.

we as a society are allowed to place boundaries to judicial tyranny

... We have  right to sue corrupt judges and courts and sue them by a jury trial. the public is asked to weigh their opinion and write to this web site TaitzReportcom. If you want to be a part of a legal challenge, you can write to orly.taitz@hushmail.com


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