Thursday, May 28, 2009

I posted to Wikipedia!

I posted about Carlos R. Moreno, who is being considered to fill the vacant U.S. Supreme Court justice seat; but someone removed it from the main page for Moreno! If you click on the date and time of my post, May 23 at 8:28, in "history" you'll get to it. I posted under the name Martha Mitchell. She was the wife of John Mitchell's, attorney general when the Watergate scandal unfolded. Nobody believed it when she told them that her husband was involved. Before I met other people who are trying to do something about the corrupt judges, I felt that nobody believed me, or cared enough to do anything about it.

Here's a direct link to my post on Moreno: Possible nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court. What I wrote begins at "From Judicial Watch, at the urging of the Los Angeles Superior Court..."

I also wrote about judicial immunity and JAIL 4 Judges, but that was hidden as well.

Sunday, May 24, 2009

U.S. Supreme Court nominee - the will of the people!

Obama will choose nominee soon. He's been to California recently. Do you think he's heard about the petition to make Richard Fine one of the nominees?

Petition to make Richard Fine United States Supreme Court justice nominee.

Fine was jailed by California judges who didn't like the idea of his exposing their little scheme. Please sign the petition. The jailing of innocent people should not be taken lightly. Make your voice heard!

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Join us on BlogTalkRadio on Memorial Day - 9:00 Eastern Time

David Ewing has posted my bio! Check it out. I'm scheduled to be on his show on Memorial Day. David has a chat room where you can post a question or comment.

Enumerated Powers Act

U.S. Congressman John Shadegg of Arizona's 3rd District, has been trying for years to get a law passed called The Enumerated Powers Act. It would require that Congress cite the constitutional authority for every bill it passes... we need to do this because our politicians do not realize (or care) that they are violating our Constitutional rights with the passage of numerous bills.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Voters deceived - Wikipedia post on J.A.I.L. amendment.

Voters in South Dakota defeated J.A.I.L. in 2006, but had they been deceived by Attorney General Larry Long’s summary of the 4-page amendment called J.A.I.L., of which he was an opponent?

I just made my first Wikipedia post, regarding fraud by the attorney general regarding the J.A.I.L. amendment in the 2006 election. The title of my post is S.D. Supreme Court says Amendment E was not "objective." Oh, I see, you have to click on History, and then the time and date of the post... because someone has deleted my post from the main page. 13:45, 19 May 2009.: "In the South Dakota elections of 2006..."

Oh, here's a video on red light runners - showing cops in Austin Texas running the lights for no reason. I read about the city's program to place cameras at red light intersections and I thought it was a good idea, at first; but then I learned that the same company which leases these cameras to the city also reviews the videos, helping the city determine if a fine should be imposed or not. Might that be a conflict of interest? I posted earlier about a city council member being removed by police (or security) when he mentioned something about it. He wanted the city manager to take a cut in pay so the city could continue to fund the program. Apparently, he'd been warned not to talk about it.

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Awesome - Religious, social journal! Read online.

I met a man named Melvin Sickler in Madawaska a few days ago. He writes for the "Michael Journal" and gave me a complimentary copy of the publication.

A Judge For the People - Fine!

There's a petition to make Attorney Richard Fine our next U.S. Supreme Court justice! Dr. Shirley Moore says that Obama wants someone who is a voice for the people! Petition for Richard Fine to be the new member of the U.S. Supreme Court justice. One of the candidates being considered, Carlos Moreno, is one of the judges who received retroactive immunity, and he had a hand in Richard Fine's imprisonment!

Watch a video made of an interview with Fine the day before he was locked up.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Really, really, dirty judges jail Fine!

Help get Attorney Richard Fine out of jail! Click here to sign the petition calling for an investigation by California Attorney General Jerry Brown.

Richard exposed corrupt judges in California.

Professors of Flaw

It's too bad the Maine Supreme Court won't allow Husson College to start up their own law school, or should I say won't let students who attend take the BAR exam. Husson wanted to open a law school in Bangor, which is halfway up the state, but the Supreme Court of Maine won't let students take the Bar exam without first attending an accredited school... that is, one under the thumb of the Maine and American Bar Associations. You'll find the order at Recent Maine Supreme Court decisions all the way down at the bottom of the page. SJC-242, June 3, 2008.

I got a letter from the ABA about a month ago, after I provided them with a copy of my reconsideration request to the Maine Supreme Court asking that they hear my son's medical malpractice case. A summary judgment to defendants was granted after what I believe to be a fraudulently made motion for it by their attorney, Daniel Rapaport of Preti Flaherty. Here's the February of 2008 Maine Supreme Court decision in Aaron Michaud v. Blue Hill Memorial et al The ABA said it couldn't help... that the authority to discipline an attorney ultimately rests with that state's Supreme Court.

You'll see from the Supreme Court's order regarding Husson's program, many individuals supported the college's attempt to start a law school.

Professor Cabanne Howard teaches at the University of Maine Law School. He's also the chair of the Committee on Judicial Responsibility and Disability... which has dismissed all three of my complaints! Howard worked in the office of the Maine attorney general for about a quarter century. When I filed my a complaint in October of 2006, my third one against judges, I cc'd it to Peter Pittegoff, Dean of the law school; he did not respond to my letter.

Dad would have liked the following quote. He felt that highly educated people often lack common sense.

I prefer the company of peasants because they have not been educated sufficiently to reason incorrectly.

~Michel de Montaigne

I'm constantly having to prioritize: how much time to spend working on finding a publisher, getting our cases heard, and finishing the book... not to mention I have a family, a home, a job, and a property rental business!

J.K.Rowling, author of the Harry Potter books, was rejected by about a dozen publishers until Bloomsbury finally took her work. Don't mention it - I've already sent sample chapters to the Bloomsbury in England; my book isn't the "black swan" they're looking for.

Do you know who William Loeb is? Kevin Cash wrote about him. Here's an article about Loeb and Cash, who exposed Loeb through a book. Loeb was a powerful newspaper editor; he was responsible for printing a letter (Canuck letter) about our Maine Senator Ed Muskie, who might have beat Richard Nixon if he hadn't lost important primaries after trying to defend himself against the letter whose writer - it was later discovered - was paid by the Committee to Reelect the President (CREEP). The letter, and Loeb's remarks about Muskie's wife, prompted a speech by Muskie in which he appeared to cry. It was snowing that day in February of 1972. The public perceived Muskie as weak, and he dropped out of the presidential race soon after. George McGovern, who was a weaker candidate, lost to Nixon. That summer, several men were arrested for breaking into the Democratic headquarters at the Watergate Hotel...


The moose probably read about Maine judges and politicians and decided to call it quits.


Ya, real useful. When I tried the links to U.S. Senator Collins, and U.S. Representatives Michaud and Tom Allen, they didn't work... and at U.S. Senator Snowe's website:

"It has come to my attention from a constituent whose comminication with my office was not received..."

Need I say more?

CFOJA / Fine / J.A.I.L.

Don't miss CFOJA's First Anniversary Show, with Zena Crenshaw Logal! May 15, 2009

J.A.I.L. 4 Judges and Citizens' Forum On Judicial Accountability (CFOJA) would like to see judicial accountability. CFOJA’s 16-page report, which came out on May 7, 2009 and which was submitted to our 111th Congress, “includes an appendix of case profiles summarizing real court battles,"

One court battle which should have this country in a roar is that of Richard Fine, who was jailed indefinitely, without opportunity to post bail after he exposed corruption: judges in Los Angelos were receiving money illegally from the county. From the 5-07-09 CFOJA report just mentioned:

Many nonlawyers and some lawyers publicly contend that improper bias prevails among judges against certain minorities and in favor of big business [defense, pharmaceutical, insurance...], the rich, the powerful, the influential, the politically connected, and U.S. local, state, as well as federal government.

You'll find the report and recommendations at the home of CFOJA. The report says:

The president of a judges' association was among several distinguished invitees who committed to or showed considerable interest in attending the CFOJA but failed to show.

JAIL 4 Judges is one of 3 major grassroots initiatives endorsed by the Citizens' Forum On Judicial Accountability.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Don't forget about the petitions posted on April 23, 2009! Scroll down and click on older posts.

Iranian-held journalist freed!

Below is part of an email I received last night from Care2 after a petition helped get a journalist home. 

----- Original Message -----

Monday, May 11, 2009

A Coordinated Approach to Take America Back (TAB)

Listen to this 4/11/09 conference call for a few minutes, starting at about 5:50 with "Upon this ethernal truth..." and until Walt Myers (Tyrant Tamer) mentions the 1994 pledge of thirty governors.

There's more good stuff at 18:50-26:50. Quoting Coach Christocrat (Dobbinmeyer?): "Lay down your own agenda... if we're going to reclaim this culture we need to be one mind, one purpose"

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Thousands Avoid Car Registration Fees - KMGH Denver

I received some documents from Neil Strong, another Mainer. He has filed the papers which are mentioned in the article above... the paperwork was emailed to him by Steve Byfield from Colorado. I spoke with Steve recently, huh, and he sent an attachment showing his license plate which is self-made, and says "Natural being", "Unenfranchised", "Inhabitant." Neil's email address is, if you want to write to him for the paperwork. I'm considering filing the paperwork myself, and recording it at the registry of deeds.

I'm listening to Patriot's Heart with Tim Dyer for the first time. Groups around the country want to work together to take back our liberties! Alright, let's do it!

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

City council member removed from Meeting by mayor - Texas

Youtube video

Video cameras were being used to catch red light runners, and this city council member wanted to discuss a solution which involved cutting the mayor or city manager's pay.

I had read about the "red light" camera project in Texas and thought they were a good idea at first. The program was so successful in reducing red light running in fact, that the city was considering "idling" some of the cameras, which were rented. Later I read that a woman who got a ticket contested it. Her husband was a lawyer, and he argued that it was wrong for the camera company to act like law enforcement. The tickets get processed according to, I believe, reviews of the tapes made by the camera companies... that would be a conflict of interest. Here's a link to a 12-page report on red light

Do you think if we placed cameras in all of the courthouses, randomly turning them on without the judges knowledge, we might get decisions that actually make sense?