Saturday, December 11, 2010

Nobel Peace Prize chair empty

From the New York Times:
Mr. Liu, 54, a professor, poet, essayist and campaigner for human rights, has been an irritant to the Chinese authorities since helping resolve confrontations between the police and students in Tiananmen Square. Mr. Liu was detained in December 2008, after co-writing the Charter 08 call for human rights and reform, and is currently serving an 11-year sentence for the crime of “incitement to the overthrow of the state power and socialist system and the people’s democratic dictatorship.”

Nuts! Nutting screws state, but may become Speaker of House?

Robert Nutting, owner of now bankrupt True's Pharmacy, was recently elected by fellow legislators as speaker... unanimously! Give me a frickin' break!  
Despite the recent revelations that Nutting left the state and federal Medicaid programs with the $1.2 million in bad debt, Republicans and even some Democrats have said it will not harm his chance to become speaker.
True's Pharmacy was marking up rubber gloves and adult diapers by as much as 153%. The allowable markup was apparently 40%. Here's a link to a story which states, "Medicaid overpaid Trues by $531,792.73."

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Maine's new legislature elects three new officers

Finally, I can't wait! Click on the headline to read about the newly-elected Maine bureaucrats. And Paul LePage and other governors-elect, apparently met with President Obama last week! Major items on the discussion list: homeland security and the president's healthcare overhaul. Click here for that news flash. 

William Schneider, who was elected to the office of Maine Attorney General, will have to handle the aftermath under A.G. Mills', regarding the "no wrongdoing" finding in prisoner Victor Valdez' death in a Maine prison, which I blogged about recently. 

Schneider, who is wheelchair-disabled, talked about how the law regarding the rights of the disabled in Maine (passed in 1971) compares to states which never enacted such discrimination legislation Here's that May 10, 2001 story: Maine A Pacesetter In Rights For The Disabled . In it a U.S. Supreme Court case was mentioned: BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF UNIV. OF ALA.V. GARRETT (99-1240) 531 U.S. 356 (2001). The Supreme Court, under Chief Justice Rehnquist, narrowed the avenues available to state government employees with disabilities, who had claims of discrimination against their employers. On March 06, 2001, John McManamy wrote And Justice for All?; the article will help you understand the ruling, which has alot to do with the Eleventh Amendment, and states' sovereign rights.  

And finally, I just wanted to say Goodbye, and good riddance, to the old administration. And here are a few stories about wind energy in Maine... a topic which is receiving much attention these days.  

Wind power's assualt on Maine
Baldacci touts investment, renewable energy

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Sanders on Fed transparency

Senators Bernie Sanders and Joe Lieberman are the only two Independent Senators in the U.S. Senate! You'd think that being Independent would make these guys popular. Well, maybe Sanders is; but Lieberman has only a 25% approval rating! According to the Wiki anyway. 

Sanders introduced legislation last fall which would break up companies deemed "too big to fail" into smaller ones.

Care to comment about Cybersecurity? Nobody else did. A bill was proposed this summer which some senators said had no "kill switch."  

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Reform advocates want further investigation into Maine prison inmate's death.

In November of 2009, Maine prisoners wrote to the Maine Prisoner Advocacy Coalition, concerned about the abuse of a fellow inmate, Victor Valdez. Valdez was a non-English speaking, near deaf, dialysis patient with a heart condition. A spokesperson for the Coalition wrote to officials at the Maine Department of Corrections, who did nothing to investigate the allegations. One week later, Victor Valdez was dead! 

An investigation by the Maine Deputy Attorney General William Stokes found no foul play.  The last time Valdez was seen alive was when he was dragged away by guards; tubes had been pulled from his arms, and he was bleeding. His body cremated because it was the least costly method for his family, no autopsy was performed. A federal investigation may follow. 

Stan Moody, formerly a reverend at the prison where Valdez spent his last days, thinks churches should get involved. 

Dennis Dechaine, convicted of murder in 1989, mentions Stokes in a letter which he wrote after a suicide attempt.

Prosecutor Bill Stokes implied that I should not be allowed to continue appealing my case because I failed to make my case in previous efforts. That's the sort of flawed reasoning that drives me to distraction. Stokes' office first argued against DNA testing and now it's arguing to keep a jury from ever hearing the results of that testing. His office also fought to keep any discussion of alternate suspects from a jury.
Many Mainers (I estimate about half) believe Dennis is innocent and deserves a new trial; convicted by a jury after select evidence--which would not benefit the state's case--was withheld by prosecutors on Stokes' team.  


Saturday, October 30, 2010

Online commenting reopened in Maine Today papers!

I didn't write about this when I heard about it because I couldn't find any new stories about it. Well tonight I discovered that the ban on online comments was lifted shortly after it was placed. Just click on the title to read the story.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

"Social Mess, The Liberal Legacy" by James Cook

I just started reading "Social Mess, The Liberal Legacy" by James Cook. This minibook of essays, only 45 pages, was sent to me by Investment Rarities Incorporated... free! It's full of ugly truths about America's welfare system.

At the link there's a toll-free number if you want to order it as well as another of Cook's books, which I plan to order; it's called "Full Faith and Credit, a Novel About Financial Collapse." 

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Georgia and the right to travel

I had heard about the proposed legislation in Georgia to remove restrictions on traveling. If you have an interest in protecting your unalienable right to travel, you must read House Bill 875.  

We the People, do have the right to travel from one location to another. To detain an individual who is traveling, without having good reason for doing so, is a violation of the Fourth Amendment right to privacy, right against illegal seizures and searches!  

I want to thank my friend, Cynthia of Maryland, for pointing me to the information regarding the proposed legislation in Georgia, which she posted on her website at Wordpress. Cynthia has been riding her personal automobile although she has returned her license to the state... and she has not been bothered by law enforcement. She took other measures when she voluntarily returned the "driver's license," such as sent letters to the Department of Motor Vehicles, law enforcement in her county, etc. You'll find more information regarding travel at Cynthia's website.   

Saturday, October 23, 2010

The Patriot's Toolbox

I got a postcard today from the Heartland Institute, and on it:
"The Heartland Institute hopes to put hundreds of thousands of copies of The Patriot's Toolbox into the hands of grassroots activists in the coming months."
According to the postcard, the Heartland's mission it is to "discover, develop, and promote free-market solutions to social and economic problems." Click here to order the free book, "The Patriot's Toolbox," or call the Heartland Institute at 312 377-4000

State-owned Bank of North Dakota

Have you ever wondered if a bank were owned by a state, how it would operate? This one in North Dakota has been around since 1918.

And wouldn't you know, the federal government is attempting to regulate it out of business, preventing it from making student loans. Here's the story. 

The Flynn's

Jack and Margy Flynn have been winning in the courts! They've beat the judges in their own game in cases in New Mexico; they live in Maine now. I'm gonna keep in touch with them.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Ohio Sovereignty Amendment - Oooohhhhh!

Listen to The Jim Trafficant Show and learn about individual, state, and federal rights.
The People's Constitution Coalition of Ohio

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Where's the note?... dot com

Here's a link to a website where you can apparently find out where your mortgage note is.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Maine man getting new trial after prosecutorial misconduct

I blogged about this in May when the state allowed Assistant District Attorney Mary Kellett to argue against a new trial for Vladek Filler, despite she'd been found guilty of prosecutorial misconduct! 

What a waste of taxpayer dollars, and an embarrassment for Maine. A website was created to assist with costs of trying to get Filler a new trial in State of Maine v. Vladek Filler.  

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Jailed without good reason!

I"ve added a new page and called it "Behind Bars" If you know someone who's in jail who clearly shouldn't be, send me some information and I'll consider posting it.

Dick Simkanin - Texas tax protester - Video series
Dennis Dechaine - Maine convicted of murder in 1989 

Harry Reid and Viagra

In August U.S. Senator for Nevada, and Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid (D) ran this ad   criticizing his opponent, Sharron Angle, for wanting to eliminate the Department of Education. Angle-the Republican nominee for Reid’s seat whose been endorsed by the Tea Party-believes the responsibility for providing education should lie with state and local government, not with federal government... and she cites the 10th Amendment as the authority for that power.

Well, a few days ago Angle began running a commercial in which she states “Reid actually voted to use taxpayer dollars to pay for Viagra for convicted child molesters and sex offenders”: apparently, Reid didn’t oppose an amendment to the Healthcare bill which will allow it in 2014 if nothing is done to stop it.

Harry Reid at Wikipedia
Sharron Angle at Wikipedia

I couldn’t help but be reminded of a Maine case, Pease v. Kester, in which it's mentioned that Medicaid reimbursed a doctor for performing a penile prosthesis on a convicted rapist! I blogged about it in January, 2010.

Friday, October 8, 2010

Foreclosures halted!

Yesterday, states halt foreclosures due to bank errors! From the story:
"Employees have admitted to signing off on paperwork before signing them and moving forward with the foreclosures. In some cases, forgery is even suspected..."
Today, one bank puts foreclosures in all fifty states on hold until further investigation!

Rothschild documentary - videos

The history, all here, in six videos. From Part 6:

"The wealth, hoarded by this one family alone, could feed, clothes, and shelter every human being on earth."

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Talkshoe - Guest speaker Hagan Smith on Rod and Carl's show.

The October 1st broadcast was a great one! Hagan explains, in simple terms, the fraud which many Americans don't even realize we're the victims of! Hagan mentions the Reconstruction Act and tells us how when the southern states walked out of Congress, it was sine die (without setting a date to meet again); so Lincoln set up a military dictatorship, reconvening Congress under the Emergency Powers Act. That act was never rescinded... we've been under military rule ever since.

Hagan also mentions how our money is not lawful; it's nothing but debt notes. Here's a short clip of the show:

And at this link, Ron Paul explains more about the federal reserve - a bunch of private bankers which Congress gave authority to print money to, though the people never gave Congress the power to do it.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

New Supreme Court Justice Kagan - a part-timer

Elena Kagan, former solicitor general, won't be hearing about half of the cases before the Supreme Court this term.
"Kagan's absence will affect some important corporate and employment- discrimination cases, as well as a highly anticipated review of one of Arizona's attempts to crack down on illegal immigrants."
When the court is evenly split, the decision of the lower court does not get overturned.

Sunday, October 3, 2010

"The Creature from Jekyll Island" by G. Edward Griffin

My friend Ted sent a link to this audio - The Birth of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank - How usury destroyed America. The author of the book "The Creature from Jekyll Island," G. Edward Griffin is giving a speech in 1994...

I think I'll also post the link in my "Revolutionary Reports" tab at the top of this page.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Judge Thomas Porteous Impeachment hearings - Louisiana

Federal District Court Judge Thomas Porteous is just one of many dirty judges. Louis Marcotte, a bail bondsmen in Louisiana on September 14, 2010, testifies that most of the judges took cash! Marcotte doesn't want to give their names, because there are too many. State representatives were taking "gifts" too apparently. The number of individuals in the dozens, their names are in the record in deposition # 447; good luck finding it.   

On the second day of the impeachment trial of Thomas Porteous, you'll find Marcotte's statements near the end of the video, at about 01:58:00. Some of the things that the bail bondsman gave to legislators and judges: home repairs, shrimp, ham, turkey, cake and fake Rolex watches. 

According to C-Span this was "the first Senate trial since the impeachment proceedings of President Clinton in 1999."

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Attorney Fine freed!

I've recently taken on a full-time job in Fort Kent, temporary until the end of February. 

I've been so busy moving that I haven't told you that Attorney Fine has been freed! Here's the story, which mentions a possible movie deal!

Monday, September 20, 2010

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Former Maine prosecutor - GUILTY!

I'm back! I haven't blogged in so long because I've been busy moving.

I heard about James Cameron yesterday. Here's the story!  Cameron was downloading porn on his home computer while employed at the Maine Attorney General's office as a drug prosecutor! This reminds me of another story...


Thursday, July 8, 2010

IRS protester released, jailed again.

Someone sent this story to me and I decided to post it.  If every employer did what Dick did, imagine how that would boost our economy and render the IRS powerless! 

I googled "IRS fraud lame duck Knox," and found a letter to then Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott, from Bob Shultz of We The People. It was written in 2000, and explains about the 16th Amendment and the illegally created IRS. Thirty-six of the total of forty-eight states would have had to approve the amendment in order for it to be ratified; but less than twenty actually did... Shultz explains to Lott. In an attached "Examples of states that failed to ratify the 16th amendment," Shultz summarizes:

Bill Benson's findings show beyond doubt that the 16th amendment was not legally ratified and that Secretary of State Philander Knox did not just commit an error, but committed fraud, when he declared it ratified in February 1913.
The idea of an "income tax" has been around for a long time. Here's a quote attributed to Plato who died around 428 B.C.:  
“Where there is an income tax, the just man will pay more and the unjust less on the same amount of income.”  


Wednesday, June 30, 2010

14 year old tazered by cop

A New Mexico cop tazered a 14 year old girl in a park! I just received this YouTube video. Why? The girl walked away from him as he was trying to talk to her, then ran when he pulled out the tazer. She's an epileptic. Maybe the officer needed a vacation; he's been "placed on administrative leave" while the incident is under investigation, but the video didn't say if that was with or without pay? 

Thanks Scott H.! I'll eventually place it in my favorites. It's been a while since my last post; I promise I'll blog more later this week.

Charles Bruce Stewart on common law and assembling!

Here's a link to a 104 page book called Fundamental Principles of American Constitutional Law and Government, by Charles Bruce Stewart. At pages 95-96: 

Here-under; "We" the common "American People" have the Constitutional Right and Duty to form our own smaller communities, so-as-to Elect our Own "Common-Law Police-Officers", called "Peace Officers" and “Constables” at the Township and Precinct levels; and to Elect our own "Common-Law Court Judges", called "Justices of the Peace" at the Precinct level. "Sheriff “and "County Judge" are the general common-law terms to be used at the County-Level. And so long as each of these communities are not clearly guilty of any significant breach of their Common-Law Duty to "Responsibly Self-Govern" under these general Natural-Law guide-lines; then No Other Humans on the planet have any Lawful Authority to Trespass into any of these Sovereign "Common-Law Jurisdictions".  

Friday, June 11, 2010

Murky, lousy - Murkowski

I heard it on C-Span this morning and just couldn't believe it. The Murkowski resolution would overturn findings by the EPA that CO2 and other gases which trap heat are a danger to public health! Yes, you read it right, overturn scientific findings! Like, let's pretend that polution doesn't exist and maybe it will go away. The bill is not expected to pass, but will be a very close vote apparently. Partisan, most Republicans are supporting it! Here's the story. And quoting from it:

"Other environmental groups have called it "Big Oil's resolution," and have seized on it as an example of the close ties Murkowski and many others in Congress have to oil companies."

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

When you lose a democracy...

"This is the beginning of what happens when you lose a democracy..." says Attorney Richard Fine in this 4 minute video. He believes that the only thing we can do is "Vote the bums out." 

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Maine Governmental Ethics - John Richardson

A story broke in May regarding Maine Clean Elections; certain signature-gatherers working for gubernatorial candidate John Richardson apparently forged signatures. Here's the story which led to Richardson withdrawing from the race; but now that I've summed it up, you can skip the bull and just get to the good stuff-the reader comments after the piece. 

And by the way, the Ethics Commission has denied a Freedom of Information request made by the St. John Valley Times and other Maine newspapers for the names of the campaign workers. It's the public's right to know! Open government my eye.  

Well, what else would one expect from an Ethics Commission which openly violates the First Amendment right of free speech? This cover page of the Commission's complaint form for filing a complaint against a legislator contains a confidentiality agreement; the agreement is basically a threat on your freedom. If you exercise your right of free speech, you could be charged with a Class D crime. Ridiculous, it's not like the safety of the country would be jeopardized if details about a complaint against a Maine legislature were leaked... clowns, or should I say crooks?    

Los Angeles bicyclists attacked by cops!

I called Ron Branson last night to see what he was up to. Since he has no driver's license - the state won't give him one because he has no Social Security number - he does alot of bicycling. He says alot of people in California have resorted to this means of travel as the conditions of the roads are poor, and people are poor too. He would have been with this group of bicyclists, but his bicycle was run over in a parking lot just hours before the mass ride took place. 

I found this video about the confrontation. Ron tells me some of the cyclists have been told they must have lights on their bikes... can you imagine this group meeting traffic, each with a beaming light? It would blind motorists.  

Voice of Maine!

I just got done hosting "Voice of Maine" at Free America Radio Network. I'll let you know how to access the audio once I find out how to do that myself. Jarody, a candidate for District 57 (part of Augusta) House of Representatives for Maine joined me. The Kennebec Journal ran a story about him and other candidates today. Jarody is hoping to beat out William Logan for the Republican seat... primaries to be held on June 8. Logan is a lawyer who thinks the judiciary is underfunded! Whoa, back-up, judges make too much money already; and a $36 million Penobscot County Judicial Center just got built! Underfunded? No, the money just isn't spent wisely.   

Ted called in and mentioned that we have no lawful government, but a de facto corporate government. Ted is the Maine delegate for the eastern Assemblies of men and women on the counties at large.   


Sunday, May 30, 2010

Threat of citizen's arrest gets children returned.

Greg Fischer was on Dr. Shirley's show tonight for a while. About 45 minutes into the show he mentioned he's running for Senate; and he told about how he got his children back by threatening to perform a citizen's arrest of a judge! Way to go Greg.

Greg has started his own newspaper. And, on his MySpace page, Greg says "I'm just an ordinary American citizen who's fed up with the same old political system & the good for nothing politicians in Washington D.C. I've decided that the only way i can change things is to run for office myself. I'm running for State Senate 1st District of N.Y."

Suicide or Murder? Senator Nancy Schaeffer and her husband Bruce

Nancy was exposing what amounts to child kidnapping by Child Protection Services. Yes, in the United States children are being taken away from good parents, and sold. Here's the story. 

Ted Gunderson is a former FBI agent, and he's a guest on Dr. Shirley Moore's show tonight and will talk about the deaths. You can listen to the show at

Happy Memorial Day.

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Mobile home park for sale - Kijiji

Me and my husband (Pete) have the same initials. PJM Properties is the name of the company we opened up about ten years ago, for our real estate investments. If the Maine judges would have allowed us to collect on money owed our construction company (PJM Builders) we might not have closed it down. 

PJM Properties is still alive, barely. We have a mobile home park for sale, which includes a four bedroom house. Here's the listing from Kijiji... you can advertise a property with Kijiji for free! Okay, that's enough blogging for me today. Good night.    

Randy Steidl - from death-row to freedom!

Randy Steidl was released from prison in 2004 after serving 17 years for a double murder he didn't commit. Dezert interviewed him recently. The show should be available soon in the archives of Free America Radio Network; I just placed a link to the website over to the right... see the flashing star?

The law impractical? Nonsense

In Maine, a person approved for medical marijuana use can have six plants, but only three may be mature; and when it's time to harvest your weed, you can only harvest a limited amount... but marijuana doesn't wait. Like any crop, it has to be harvested when ripe. A Maine man gives his opinion about Maine's medical marijuana law. 

And about a week ago, a Pittsfield man had his marijuana plants seized. The man, who the reporter stated had severe degenerative disk disease, had a prescription for it and had been growing marijuana for himself and three other individuals who had apparently appointed him to be their pot provider. So four people times six plants equals 24 plants. The guy had 25 plants... so, one over? NINE officers showed up at his doorstep! 

And the laws aren't about to get any less ambiguous so long as lawyers can continue to work in the legislative as well as the judicial branch. Let me use an analogy to explain why not. Let's say I work at a veterinarian's office as a dog groomer. I discover that a certain chemical added to a dog's drinking water will make it's hair grow extremely fast. So I start serving up the spiked water to every dog that visits the place, and business begins to boom. I have job security, and so does the vet. 

Judges and lawyers have job security in unclear laws. The Constitution says we must have "separation of powers"... of the three branches of government that is. Just in case there are any honest lawyers out there, I'm sorry if I offended you; and will you please contact me? There are several cases I would like to discuss with you.    

Monday, May 24, 2010

CNN Interviews jailed Attorney Richard Fine.

Just in! I received an email from Joe Zernik (PH. D.) who made a video on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court; it's regarding his "motion to intervene" in Attorney Fine's case; and here are videos of CNN interviews with Fine, his family, and others.

Following the CNN videos is one regarding Lindsay Lohan; and here's a website with links to Lohan stories. She didn't show up for one of her probation hearings regarding a Driving Under the Influence of alcohol, dating back to 2007, and the judge issued a warrant for her arrest; but Lohan's legal team posted the $100,000 bail, so she wouldn't have to do time. Is justice for sale? I think so.  

Friday, May 21, 2010

A new courthouse does not mean we'll get more justice.

I couldn't locate anything regarding Vladek Filler's hearing yesterday. I had planned to go, but didn't. I spoke to Filler's sister Wednesday night, and she left me a voice message after the hearing. No decision's been made regarding the state's arguments against his new trial.

I don't think the media covered it. When I googled the case, I found nothing but older stories, like this one at MDN (Mens News Daily) last month. 

I didn't hear about the "Dedication and Tours" of the new $36.4 million Penobscot Judicial Center until late morning of the day of the dedication, Wednesday. It would have been a great place to inform the public about the Filler case, which was heard the next day.

The center was reportedly built under Justice Warren Silver's  guidance. Silver is the former attorney of famous fiction author from Bangor Maine, Stephen King. Unfortunately, judicial corruption is very real in Maine and other states.  

RenewAmerica - Carey Roberts

Mr. Roberts sends out a newsletter in which one of his article's appears. Here's the one I received yesterday; it's regarding constitutional rights  ... the taking away of.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Time of hearing changed to 9:00 am

I just discovered that the hearing on motion for new trial for Vladek Filler has been changed to 9:00 a.m.; so I changed the time in an earlier post I made regarding the hearing, from 9:45 to ???????????? I'm trying to reach the clerk of the court (561-2314) to find out what their policy is regarding video cameras, and if they'll be allowing the public in... they should. If not, all courtwatchers should be on the streets protesting.

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Meet Dezert Owl

Carl, Rod, Maria, and Harvey can be found on The Real Public Radio and AIB Radio, with Dezert Owl as well as on Talkshoe. I listened to some of Dezert's show tonight; a link to it is posted at the bottom of this page.

Dezert let me say a few words and I mentioned a case involving Maine and well, international child abduction. The name of the case in 1st Circuit Court, ruled on recently, is Nicolson v. Pappalardo.   

Friday, May 14, 2010

January 8, 2010 - Comment disappeared!

I thought I'd try to find out what that comment said which someone wrote and I allowed to appear on my blog on January 8, in Chinese. I was going to use one of those online language converters to figure out what it said. I don't know if it would have worked; however, when I went to copy the comment just now, I discovered it was gone... and I never deleted or removed it! You can see the trail there; the comment was posted under news regarding Attorney Fine and a Supreme Court case. Now when you click on it there's nothing there. 

What's going on? First Tank Man vanishes (in 1989), then Google pulls out of China (earlier this year)... and now this! I swear patriots, we'd better get our act together soon; quoting from the Wikipedia story on Tank Man and the demonstrations in Tiananmen Square, "The protests lacked a unified cause or leadership..."

Judicial accountability is what is uniting many of us... the lack of it that is. Once we have it we can hold government officials and politicians as well as judges accountable when they misbehave.   

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Your political will, and scripture record.

These are a few of the first documents you should file with the Great Registry if you want to be a sovereign; and begin to assemble with other men and women on your county, or you'll have nobody to stand by you.
It's encouraging to know that many men and women who are (or were) leading major reform efforts and not getting remedy in the current corporate government, are beginning to realize that they must educate others about how things used to be on the Republic... and how to get back to that civilian form of government.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Guilty until proven innocent? Dennis Dechaine, Vladek Filler... you could be next!

Will the media cover the hearing? At this time there are nearly 3000 views of this video, which Assistant D.A. Mary Kellett apparently kept out of trial.

Please circulate the video, which I've placed in "My Favorite Videos." Filler has a website, From it:
"On March 2, 2009, after examining the transcripts from Mr. Filler's trial and after considering Asst. DA Mary Kellett's conduct in this case, Honorable Justice Kevin M. Cuddy signed an order GRANTING Mr. Filler's motion for new trial due to prosecutorial misconduct by Asst. DA Mary Kellett."
Carey Roberts wrote about Mr. Filler's case and titled his story "In Maine, it doesn't pay to be a man." Misandy is the hatred of men.
"In one case, Kellett summed up the case to the jury with this comment, "there has been no evidence presented to you as the jury that would suggest that a sexual act hadn't occurred on those dates," revealing a sad ignorance of the legal principle that the burden of proof falls on the plaintiff."
Sound familiar? The prosecution in Dennis Dechaine's case used such arguments to convince a jury to convict Dennis, who is still waiting for his new trial after spending twenty years in jail! Books have been written on the police errors and prosecutorial misconduct which misled a jury to find Dennis guilty of murder over twenty years ago. The Maine Supreme Judicial Court will hear oral arguments in a hearing for a new trial for Filler. Details are posted at

WHEN:       May 19, 2010, ?????? AM
WHERE:    At Penobscot Judicial Center in Bangor ME
CASE:         Han-09-183 State of Maine v. Vladek Filler
Penobscot Judicial Center is located at 78 Exchange Street, Bangor, Maine 04401-4913. Telephone (207) 561-2314. Court watchers are needed! Please consider attending, and ask media people around the country to report this story.

Michael Povich, former District Attorney of Hancock County, didn't mention Kellett in a story about his retirement in the beginning of 2010; but people who commented about the story mentioned her.

Neil Fishman has been hired by the state to defend Mr. Filler. Go figure, our taxpayers are paying one attorney to defend the man, and another to prosecute him!   

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Supreme Court rules on religious symbol

In the 5-4 decision, Justice Kennedy said "The Constitution does not oblige government to avoid any public acknowledgment of religion's role in society." The decision sends the case, Salazar v. Buono, back to a lower court. The ACLU had filed the lawsuit for Frank Buono (a former employee at Mojave National Preserve); he was offended by the cross erected by World War I veterans in 1934. The fact that the site on which the cross stands was declared a national memorial after the lower court ruled that the cross should be torn down probably helped save it. Here's the story at the Washington Times.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

The implications are chilling!

Darn, I wanted to access a story about two decisions by the U. S. Supreme Court affecting lawyers; but the story at the National Law Journal is only available to subscribers, and an online subscription costs $80... I've got the free limited access version. Here's something I was able to access under that free subscription: "6th Circuit says no to sanctioning law firms over meritless suit," by Tresa Baldas on 4-21-10.  

Can't see the story? Here's a link where you can subscribe. This is really interesting; apparently a few law firms had been ordered to pay attorney fees to Lexmark - the winning party in the patent case filed by one of the firms. I don't think the lawsuit was frivolous, so the firm should not have been sanctioned in the first place; but this is no way to correct that! What I believe this means is that law firms (as opposed to individual lawyers) will be allowed to get away with filing frivolous lawsuits! From the story:
The 6th Circuit concluded it was "too much of a stretch" to say that a law firm could be characterized as a person in this circumstance. "Even if firms can admittedly be personified in a literary sense through briefs, there is no reason to consider a law firm a 'person' under the statute," the court held.  
In the past I've sent stories to Rod and Carl about class action lawsuits which I read about at the Law Journal, and they've noted this on conference calls. I'll be sending this one their way. The definition of "person" is what got my certiorari petition denied - no, sent back - by the clerk of the U.S. Supreme Court in January of 2006.   

Nothing the U.S. Supreme Court does surprises me anymore: it recently denied a death row inmate's case in which the prosecutor had been having an affair with the judge! 

California: U.S. Supreme Court may free Fine!

From Full Disclosure Network, here's the latest video on Attorney Richard Fine; it's a protest in front of the Los Angeles Superior Court. I've posted emails of Fred Sottile's in the past; he's in the video.

The U.S. Supreme Court will conference on Friday, April 23, 2010. They could free Attorney Fine! If they don't, I'm afraid we'll have a revolution soon. Here's the Supreme's docket on Attorney Fine's case.

And here's a YouTube video which tells about deaths, or murder?, in prisons in California. 

Candidate for governor of Maine - Paul LePage

I've been busy helping a few candidates in the St. John Valley qualify for Maine Clean Elections Act funds to run their campaigns. One, Dan Deveau, is working closely with Paul LePage. Here's some information on LePage, and a link to a video in which he tells how he broke away from the welfare system at the age of 11. 

Thursday, April 15, 2010

April 23...

Here's the latest on Attorney Richard Fine. 

Americans are going to be madder than hell if the U.S. Supreme Court passes on reviewing Fine's case again!

Click here to see the U.S. Supreme Court docket in Fine's case, which shows it was denied on October 5, 2009.

Spread the news far and wide.

Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.  

Tea Party - Madawaska

I just received news about a tea party to take place at 4 pm, Thursday, April 15. Location: Bridge and Main Streets, by Fraser Papers. Be there or be taxed til death.

"The best things in life are free, but sooner or later the government will find a way to tax them."  unknown author

Wednesday, April 14, 2010


I hadn't confirmed the time and place regarding the Filler case before posting; after being sent a link to the schedule of oral arguments, I posted it. See yesterday's post.

Your Assembly needs you!

Can you spare a few hours a week to learn how to exercise your rights and free yourself from the current corporate government? Find your Assembly, and meet with other like-minded men and women. 

Deveau for Senate - Ax the Tax!

I couldn't find much information online about candidate for Maine Senate, Dan Deveau. When I spoke with him last night, he wasn't sure if his website from last campaign was still operational. I'll be out helping him gather Maine Clean Election Act (MCEA) qualifying $5 contributions so he can run as a clean candidate... though I don't necessarily believe in the way it is run. We need to make major changes to the Act. Here's a link to the list of the 35 Senate candidates.

Dan's the town manager for Cyr Plantation, located on District #35. He says he tries to keep his town in the black by making expenditures only after it's decided where the money will come from. Dan is helping Paul LePage with his campaign; LePage is running for governor, using private funds though. There are quite a few candidates this election. Here's a link to information on Maine candidates running for political offices.

Dan, a Republican, is urging a Yes vote on Question One in June. Here's a story about the new tax, from last fall.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Kellett - Assistant D.A. Hancock County, guilty of prosecutorial misconduct

I just got word regarding Vladek Filler's motion for new trial. Mary Kellett is an Assistant District Attorney for Hancock County; she was found guilty last year of prosecutorial misconduct.  At a website set up for Filler, I found a few details:
On March 2, 2009, after examining the transcripts from Mr. Filler's trial and after considering Asst. DA Mary Kellett's conduct in this case, Honorable Justice Kevin M. Cuddy signed an order GRANTING Mr. Filler's motion for new trial due to prosecutorial misconduct by Asst. DA Mary Kellett.
Go to my February 2, 2010 post (to the right, click on archives) to read more about Kellett and the men she preys on. From Carey Roberts' story on 2-01-10, 
In one case, Kellett summed up the case to the jury with this comment, "there has been no evidence presented to you as the jury that would suggest that a sexual act hadn't occurred on those dates," revealing a sad ignorance of the legal principle that the burden of proof falls on the plaintiff.
Sound familiar? Trial and Error, Dennis Dechaine? The prosecution used a similar argument. Dennis is still waiting for his new trial after spending twenty years in jail! Convicted on circumstantial evidence, books have been written on the police errors and prosecutorial misconduct which misled the jury to find Dennis guilty. 

The Maine Supreme Court has set oral arguments, not for Filler's new trial, but for the motion for new trial which Kellett is objecting to! What a fool; she should have lost her job a long time ago. I've been told that there's so much about this case which has not been made public. If you can make it, please go! And spread this news to others! 

Here is the oral argument schedule, as posted at

WHEN:       May 19, 2010, at 9:45 AM
WHERE:    At Penobscot Judicial Center in Bangor ME
CASE:         Han-09-183 State of Maine v. Vladek Filler
Attorneys:   Mary N. Kellett and Neil Fishman
Penobscot Judicial Center is located at 78 Exchange Street, Bangor, Maine 04401-4913. Telephone (207) 561-2314 

Monday, April 12, 2010

Maine Clean Elections Act (MCEA) - What's the intent?

Here's some information regarding Maine Clean Elections Act (MCEA) activity between 2000-2008.

Lobbyists and special interest groups often try to influence candidates by making donations to their campaigns. You'd think that candidates of the two major parties wouldn't need the money as badly as an Independent. That may be true, but take a look at the information in the link above: of the three parties, more Democrats and Republicans took advantage of MCEA funds in past elections than Independents did. 

Incumbents who are loaded with money can even qualify to receive MCEA funds. The Act does little to guarantee we’ll get ethical candidates. Furthermore, candidates still have to solicit contributions by collecting a minimum number of $5 contributions in order to qualify to receive the funds for their campaign. 

Good News from Justice 4 Us!

Dr. Shirley (AKA Justice 4 Us) is back, and she had good news last night on her BlogTalk Radio show: on April 23, Attorney Richard Fine's case will be considered for review by the U.S. Supreme Court! The high court, by the way, denied his certiorari petition last year on October 5, 2009. I posted about that back then... check the archives.

Hopefully they'll accept his case this time. Four of the nine have to agree his petition is certworthy in order for it to be accepted. Below is the direct link to last night's show; the audio should download as soon as you go to it.

Friday, April 9, 2010

Cat got your attention?

Don't forget to read the comments section. Okay, now read this story from about a week ago. Could it be the same pitbull?

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Unfair? It sure is.

Political candidates in Maine have to gather a certain number of signatures from members of their parties in order to get their names placed on the ballot in the primaries in June. The number should be a percentage... read the story here.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Restore American Plan - link to the Declaration

Here's a direct link to the Declaration at Scribd, sent to me today by a friend.

Friday, April 2, 2010

FBI warns about letters - Capital in Nevada undergoes lockdown!

First came the warning from the FBI, then the lockdown in Nevada. From the story: 
"Security measures were increased after governors in all 50 states received threatening letters." 

I received the news in an email today, with a subject line of "Result of Sam Kennedy's TRAP." The letters, I believe, were sent by the Guardian Elders - it's their Declaration at work. The Declaration is not associated with the Assemblies of men and women on the counties at large, which are also attempting to establish a civilian government. At the website Technosis I found history about both.
Find your assembly and get involved! Over to the right, click on the flashing star and you'll be linked to the Assemblies website; once there, click on the tab labeled Assemblies Info. Calls are held almost every night. 

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Create Adobe PDF Online - Now we're dangerous!

Here's a link to a letter which Attorney Fine wrote on February 23, 2009. He was jailed soon after. The letter was sent to me by a friend of Attorney Fine's in California who was, and still is, trying to get him out. To put the letter online I used a free trial version of Create Adobe PDF Online, which is good for five free uploads. The yearly cost of the software is $99.99. If this works, I'll consider purchasing it. If anyone would like to send a donation to enable me to do that, it would be much appreciated!

I hope to finish my book this spring; I just put up a Paypal button for donations. Once my book is done, I plan on taking orders through Paypal. One more thing: I posted about my son's case at Scamraiders after receiving an email from Janet Phelan, who wrote "A Kinder, Gentler Book Burning." 

I've hyperlinked to the page (click on the title of Jan's article), and here's the actual URL: Jan has written about the Texas "textbook controversy." Once Scamraiders moderates my post, it will hopefully appear as a blog on the site:

The best effect of any book, is that it excites the reader to self-activity. ~Thomas Carlyle 

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Strictly Partisan Vote - Maine, LD 1730

Yesterday, every single Democratic Maine Senator voted to require paid signature gatherers (and those who pay them) to register with the Secretary of State, or face severe penalties. This is another attempt to limit the people's right to petition our government, and impose fines upon us!

Take a look at the roll call for yourself! Strictly a partisan vote, no Republican Senators voted for passage of LD 1730.

Sunday, March 21, 2010

BAR - British Accreditation Registry

Check out this letter! This guy too thinks appeals are nothing but job security for judges and lawyers! Evidently, Denny R. Hardin was jailed for exposing the BAR Association and corrupt esquires. 

BAR stands for British Accreditation Registry... did you know that? Husson College, now Husson University, wants to open a law school at its campus at Bangor Maine; but because the university has a policy against tenuring its professors, accreditation by the American Bar Association can't be had apparently. I've blogged about this in the past.

Here's a Wikipedia entry. It lists the various schools at the university: Business, Health, Education, Pharmacy, Science and Humanities. All are accredited by some organization, council, commission, etc. I ask you "Does giving lifetime appointment to a professor at the educational institute he's teaching at really have that much of an affect on the quality of education students receive? 

Here's a link to a website which has information about BAR Associations.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Class Action Lawsuit - plaintiffs wanted!

Carl and Rod mentioned tonight the possibility of filing a class action lawsuit into D.C. If you want to be involved, write to Carl at

For more information, join us on Saturday nights, at 9:00 Eastern Standard Time, by dialing into 1-724-744-4444 Pin # 17898; and on Friday night at the same time, use Pin # 48361. Or scroll down to the bottom of this webpage and find Carl and Rod's link to participate via the Internet.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Court-appointed attorney for John Conyers' wife!

I sent the story to Rod and Carl. Taxpayers will foot the bill so the Congressman's corrupt wife can appeal her sentence! 

And in California, there'll be a lay off of hundreds of courthouse employees, as well as closure of some courtrooms. From the story:
"The court's 430 judges are not expected to be greatly affected..."  

Thursday, March 11, 2010

I told you, it's north v. south - proposal seeks to split the state in two!

In a Bangor Daily News Story, John Eder of Portland, who is "the only Green Party state representative in the nation," relayed the sentiments of his constituents: "We like to think we'll drive north and see this vast, untouched wilderness. We don't want to think we'll see house lots." 
Part of the conflict is political. As newcomers have poured into the south from eastern Massachusetts, traditional, Republican Maine — one of two states to vote against Franklin Roosevelt in 1936 — has become one of the most liberal states on issues such as taxes, gay rights and the environment.
The north's point, the story reported is: "Southerners throw around their political and economic muscle without fully considering its effect on the far-off north."

Ahh, the story is a 2006, but I believe not much has changed. Joy proposed this, or something like this in 2005 also. And here's a story from 2002. 

Here's the March 9, 2010 story; Representative Henry Joy, of Southern Aroostook County is proposing to section off a portion of lower Maine and create a new state called Northern Massachusetts. I haven't read all of the story yet.  


Maine Legislative Committee hears testimony on pot dispensaries bill

The bill, which is in the Health and Human Services Committee, deals with several issues: expansion of medical conditions qualifying a person to get the medical marijuana, establishment of ID cards and dispensaries, and regulation of growing for personal medical use. 

“We simply ask that you respect the work that came before you and the will of the voters that was passed in both 1999 and last November,” said Jonathan Leavitt, executive director of the Maine Marijuana Policy Initiative, the group that put the expansion to the voters last year. “Make this happen and make it happen soon.”

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

South v. North again!

Though the Maine Department of Education has given Husson College approval to offer law degrees, the high court has again denied Husson's future law school students to take the Maine Bar exam! From speaking in 2008 with the former President of Husson College, William Beardsley, when he was running for governor of Maine, and by reading Supreme Court rejects Husson law school's application, I know why. The reason Husson can't get accredited by the American Bar Association is that professors there aren't given tenure (lifetime employment). That's crazy! What does that have to do with the quality of the students' education! Quoting from the story:  
In place of ABA accreditation, Husson asked the court to devise a set of ABA-like standards and create a commission to determine whether the proposed law school would meet those standards.
But the Maine Supreme Court wouldn't do it, Chief Justice Leigh Saufley authored the decision, saying:
"Husson's decision not to apply for accreditation from the ABA provides an insufficient basis for us to take these extraordinary steps,"

Monday, March 8, 2010

Medical Marijuana - laws regarding dispensaries, too late!

In December of 2009, Maine politicians heard from experts in California on the subject of dispensaries for medical marijuana, which Maine voters approved last fall. From the story: 
"... police said they would like more time to address where the dispensaries would be located and how the marijuana would be cultivated, distributed and transported."
So what about those who are caught in legal limbo? The media reported about a drug bust a few weeks ago in the valley; but not about the suicide by Dean Pelletier following the story. Dean was placed on house arrest - imprisonment in his own home basically. He committed suicide soon after... by hanging. Some believe the newspaper reports were a contributing factor in his decision to end his life. Pete, my husband, was raised in the same neck of the woods as Dean and his brothers, and was a friend. We attended the funeral, held Friday on St. Agatha.

I found information at Wikipedia, regarding the days of Prohibition, which lasted about 13 years until repealed in 1933.   
In order to punish those who violated the prohibition, the US Government ordered the poisoning of industrial alcohols, which it knew were used by bootleggers before being sold to customers.

Hillary Clinton, China, and Montana Freemen

Ghostfighter's Radio is working with Carl and Rod and AIB Radio as well as RadioFree America to educate the people. The guys didn't hold a call on Saturday; they suggested we listen to the 3-02-10 call if we haven't yet. On that call, Rod talks about the magna carta, and grand juries. He also mentions that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's deal with China; people are talking about President Obama going over to China to sign over our country to the Chinese government! What's it all about? Click here to read about it.

We are technically under Marshall Law explains Rod on the call. He mentions the Assembly, and a plan to bring back citizen grand juries, which he says could work! Here's a link to their show, where you can download and listen to the 3-02-10 call in WinAmp.

Below are two links where you'll find information about the Assembly, which is a plan to repopulate our Republic; there's a YouTube video as well as another. 

"The people, as Cicero says, may be ignorant, but they can recognize the truth and will readily yield when some trustworthy man explains it to them." 

~Nicollo Machiavelli

Due to the circumventing of the law by government officials, and even obvious violations of due process, I believe that the average "Joe's" of this country are so frustrated, that this their attitude:
"The pen is mightier than the sword, but if the pen doesn't work, give us swords and point us in the direction of the enemy."

During the call, Rod says "Red Dawn is upon us," and Carl adds comment about the man who flew a plane into the building where the IRS was located; he believes if that man had the knowledge he and Carl are putting out, he may not have acted as he did... that he may have jumped on the bandwagon instead, and try to fix the problems.

The Montana Freemen is mentioned. Here's a rather lengthy story about the Freemen. Quoting from the last paragraph of it:
In the end, it comes down to the notion of sovereignty. The Founders vested sovereignty in the people, but not in the individual. In this country, every man is -not- a king, contrary to the capricious wishes of Leroy Schweitzer and Rodney Skurdal; rather, men and women cooperate to establish an equitable set of rules for all to follow. As the poet John Donne said, "No man is an island." And no person is a sovereign answerable to no one else.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Toyota - Congressional panel investigating!

Here's the story from the National Law Journal. A subscription (which is free) may be required to access it. In the story is information contained in a letter, which the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, U.S. Rep. Edolphus Towns recently wrote to Yoshimi Inaba, of Toyota, regarding documents which... 
"shed some light on Toyota's handling of the sudden unintended acceleration problem" and "indicate a systematic disregard for the law..."  
In yet another story, a former attorney of Toyota's was mentioned. Dimitrious Biller was in charge of rollover litigation for about four years. The NLJ story mentions the company sued BIller in 2008 for:
"[violating] the terms of his $3.7 million severance agreement by divulging information protected under the attorney-client privilege." 
Biller apparently suffered a mental breakdown, and is suing Toyota, blaming his breakdown on the fact that under the attorney-client privilege, he owed Toyota a duty not to disclose the "criminal evidence" and "criminal acts." 

Mammon being a term used to describe wealth and its evil influences, the attorney's dilemma is this:
"Ye cannot serve God and Mammon." ~New Testament.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Read whistleblower Joe Zernik's email, sent two days before his arrest on February 19, 2010!

From: joseph zernik <>
Subject: The story of my arrest February 6, 2010, and possible arrest again any time.
To: (Confidential)
Date: Wednesday, February 17, 2010, 10:46 PM

I posted the records online at: I consider it another example of fraud and extortion in LA Superior Court and Sheriff, not much different from what they were doing to Richard Fine and Ronald Gottschalk.

I was arrested, and they claimed that they had warrants. They refused to show me the warrants. Now I found one of the warrants, and it was an unsigned record, invalid on its face. Moreover, the court clerk told me that police never executed it, although they told me that they arrested me on that warrant. Therefore, they can arrest me again anytime they wanted to, again, based on an unsigned warrant.
A person in California forwarded me the email from Joe, sent just before his arrest a few days ago. A link to the LA County Sheriff’s Inmate Information page was provided,; as well as Joe's booking number, 1343449. His bail has apparently been set at $30,000. That's ludicrous, considering (and I quote from the website which Joe mentioned in his email above): "the case originated from a missing registration sticker on a license plate in 2008."