This proves that this blog is the most dangerous. And my “investigator” is only amerateur. Imagine if I had funds for a professional!
I would like to know why the ARDC keeps on quashing discovery of the Sykes case. I would like to depose each of Carolyn Toerpe, Fred Toerpe and the banks involved in the $1 million coin heist.
I would like to know why the Estate of Carol Wyman ran without jurisdiction for 4 years. I call it Fraud on the Court.
I would like to know why transcripts were changed in the Sykes case, why orders were scratched out to blame other judges, why transcripts were changed in my ARDC hearing.
I would really like to know who is going to handle all my pro bono cases and my low cost cases. The ARDC and SCOI haven’t figure that one out.
As far as I know, I am the only public defender of the probate victim. Where will all that go? What attorney will do what I did for all these people–and more. Exhibit G to my SCOI response to the ARDC Petition for Interrim Suspension was filled with affidavits to that effect, but SCOI never batted an eye it seems, to worry about all these people.
Now the Illinois Court System was supposed to issue “surveys” but I can’t find a form on the internet, I have been to the Daley center numerous times during the period in question, and I have not seen or heard of any survey form –or my clients.
Are these secret surveys?
Too many questions, far too few answers.
Announced in the April 3, 2015 Daily Law Bulletin:
From Lanre Amu:
Survey to gauge service quality of circuit courts Illinois judges want to know how people really feel about them.
Chief judges in all 24 judicial circuits will issue surveys at most courthouses in the
state to ask court users — from attorneys to litigants to media and the general public — about their experiences with their local court system.
The goal, Illinois Supreme Court Chief Justice Rita B. Garman said, is to gain insight about the public’s perception of the state’s court system and make changes wherever necessary.
“It is the court’s obligation to be accountable and provide justice in a fair, equitable and expeditious manner, and, therefore, we look forward to the end results of this survey,” she said in a statement.
The surveys will be conducted from April 13 to May 1. They seek to gather participants’ demographics as well as general perception of and personal experiences with the court system.
My question is, has anyone actually seen these surveys? Are they in existence? Who has received them? How can we get them, fill them in and turn them back.
And finally, if we have been consistently turning in complaints to the ARDC and the Presiding Judge, what do they need a survey for?
From Human Rights Watch:
the video explains how many states are dumping probation programs to private contractors who charge poor people thousands of dollars and lock them up.
The system is unfair and has to change. This is just more of the kids for cash, seniors for cash problem that is sweeping the US.
It is not a crime to be poor in the US, we don’t have gulags, we are not supposed to be forcing people into horrendous lock down nursing homes and forcing drugs on them.
Even while I am suspended, I watch out for your rights. I care about all of you out there, esp. the probate victims. We have fairly pieced together a huge chunk of the problem, where many in government are linked to drugs and mob money.
It important that these problems are eliminate from the court’s system
Reverend Crystal Cox
Crystal L. Cox, Port Townsend Washington
“On January 17, 2014, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals sided with Crystal L. Cox from Eureka, Montana who was sued by for defamation by Kevin Padrick, an attorney and his company – Obsidian Finance Group, LLC. Cox had written posts exposing fraud, corruption, money-laundering and so forth.”
“This ruling should be a clear reminder to misguided attorneys, corporations, developers or those with affluence to cease bullying or intimidating those who report the issues of the day.
Many concerned citizens have no choice but to create their own blogs and websites to level the playing field in this blossoming social media warfare.
The government has its plentiful public relations specialists, paid for by taxpayers. Corporations and special interests have their hired PR consultants. There are hired mercenaries who feel no qualms about spinning the facts. News media can be bought or controlled by big money or shut down.
It’s not uncommon for the public to read articles or watch the TV news only to lament the irregularities or inadequate reporting. Oftentimes, critical issues are shunned or ignored by corporate media because of entwined relationships.
Bloggers with information or have intimate experiences and understanding of issues are critically needed now, more than ever.”
“The Court stated, The protections of the First Amendment do not turn on whether the defendant was a trained journalist, formally affiliated with traditional news entities, engaged in conflict-of-interest disclosure, went beyond just assembling others’ writings, or tried to get both sides of a story. As the Supreme Court has accurately warned, a First Amendment distinction between the institutional press and other speakers is unworkable.”
They went on to cite cases in which individual speakers have been granted First Amendment rights, despite not being a part of the established press. For example, the First Amendment rights of authors have often been protected, regardless of their training, background, or affiliations .
” This is very good news for anyone who has a blog or even a desire to post things in an individual capacity on their social network.
It could also go a far way for advocacy groups that work unofficially for candidates and their rights to create media alleging things against candidates. It could also have important ramifications for blogging in other lawsuits.
For example, if a blogger is treated as a journalist for the purposes of the First Amendment, they could also be treated as a journalist in a matter like protection of sources.”
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Pretty soon they will have to put posts for our heads up outside 130 E Randolph.
I understand Sir Thomas Moore, from A Man for All Seasons, now considered a true scholar, lawyer, judge and reverred Chancellor of England, had his head on a post for about a month until his daughter took it down after he clung to his principles of honor and integrity, opposing the divorce of Henry VIII and putting away of Queen Catherine, but then he did go on to marry Anne Boleyn who birthed on of the greatest rulers of that age, Queen Elizabeth I, so who knows.
But he did stick to his principles and always told the truth. When he would not support the new king’s marriage, there was a fight for awhile, but eventually it was off with his head at the tower of England.
In any case, the Sup. Ct. of Ill. agreed with the ARDC and have suspended me as of this morning, I guess, I have no received an email or whatever.
I just showed up in court this morning and someone from the OPG said I had just been suspended! Of course, the OPG knew, they’ve been waiting for this.
Just yesterday, Carrie Fung lied again in court, saying an amout allegedly owed was $13,000 when it was not, it was $12,500. Does the court do anything about their lying? Of course not. When I challenged her and she was lying and attorneys aren’t supposed to do that, she said to go tell the judge the judge did it, but then I replied, that putting a lie in a court order doesn’t make it the truth and court orders are not supposed to contain attorney lies. Woman’s got a problem. Doesn’t she know that if you tell the truth all the time, life is much, much easier?
Right now, they’re so heck bent on invalidating the Sophie Reichert trust, they wanted to default Ryan Reichert right away on invalidating the trust, but the judge, doing her job, said no, she needed proof of jurisdiction (of course this is the same judge who one day said Ryan can’t file for guardianship, his petition is too early so she dismissed it, but then at the next court date, a few weeks later, she summarily appointed the OPG, so go figure. I hope things are getting better the judges are following the law, but who knows.)
This is just an interrim suspension, and the Review Board could do the right thing. There’s always hope. I did challenge them during my argument that ALL of them could be targets of probate court, that I have heard of plenty of stories of wealthy judges and lawyers who were targeted, isolated, drugged and estates drained and then eliminated and that I was the only attorney standing up to such evil. I’m not sure they got it though, they pretty much stared at me the entire time like deer in the headlights, waiting for the entire hour to be over to get a cup of Starbucks, and the fact that Gary Frake was in the galley and Judge X was killing off his father together with Attys Rhodes and Peck with drugs, etc. didn’t seem to present a problem for any of them.
But right now, I will be taking a well deserved rest. No more long client calls seeking legal advice, now I can say I don’t do that, but would be glad to blog about it. I already had a client have an absolute fit about the ARDC suspending me, as if I have anything to do with it. I offered to blog about her case and that only made it worse.
I told her to complain to the ARDC and the Ill. Sup. Ct., and maybe my clients will, who knows.
I am filing another document with the Ill. Supreme Court today. Since it’s all Fraud on the Court, there is no timeline and no limitations period.
take care all and I will let you know how this new phase goes. The program is to get reasonably priced attorneys for all the probate victims and run a case management system (without legal advice) under Justice 4 Every1, NFP, but we will see how it goes.
If anyone would like to volunteer as a lawyer or paralegal for these clients, PLMK.