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Subject: If Rule 8.3 is be ignored when the “wrong” corrupt jurists and lawyers are discovered to be engaging in elder cleansing why not ignore it
Date: Apr 19, 2016 9:12 AM
The shame of the American Bar Association has been an open secret for years. Citizens have laughed at the self adoration of lawyers and in particular lawyers tied to political organizations, the State Supreme Court etc. The elder cleansing scandal, the HOA scandals, and the Tim Lahrman affair are ongoing dishonors for the legal profession that should and could result in many in the hierarchy of the “governing” of the 2nd old profession going to jail pursuant to their conspiracy of silence in violation of 18 UsCA 371 and 18 USCA 241 and 242.
public officials who are paid large salaries to protect the public from lawyer predators, including but not limited to judges and judicial officials, owe a duty to trust and confidence to the public. This makes them fiduciaries. Jerome Larkin like characters and the 18 USCA 371 co-conspirators thus have real accountings that they owe and more than substantial State and Federal Income Taxes that are due to government. Why are they not being prosecuted? Why are they not being hounded out of office by the ABA, IBA, etc?
Today’s Wall Street Journal’s editorial exposes the ABA!
The ABA should be ashamed! Of course it is not! However, after being caught with egg on its face during Operation Greylord *****
Rule 8.3 applies to all lawyers – not just academics and bookworms. The blogs Probate Sharks, MaryGSykes, ****** have all reiterated the 8.3 complaints that have been ignored. If the ABA is to redeem itself – it has to stand up and be counted. One easy request that strikes terror into the miscreants is – AN HONEST INVESTIGATION!
Take a look at the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commissions expenditures in an effort to silence the calls for an HONEST INVESTIGATION. This parochial spending by Jerome Larkin and his 18 USCA 371 co-conspirators ought to be reimbursed to the Illinois public.
I think it is important to note how the ABA censored its own blog when dozens of citizens and activists came to my defense when the ARDC suspended me for 3 years and said I was a danger to the public that warranted an interrim suspension; my readers of the blog know that this blog is only a danger to cover ups, ledgerdermain, Elder Cleansing and bringing forth Truth and Justice in our courtrooms.
It is more than time that the ABA published upon and gives credence to the following topics: corrupt judges, corrupt courtrooms, eliminating much of judicial immunity for judges that make deals in the hallways with attorneys–judges should have NO contact with attorneys that practice before them The ABA should support CLE on corruption and systems of corruption including how to hire and handle an investigator, investigating the passing of cash and laundering of money by lawyers and judges, how transcripts are changed, how to investigate the changing of transcripts, how and why to contact the FBI and what to say. There is an entire litany of information I have learned that is NEVER taught in law school or in CLE that I have had to learn the hard way.
Divorce court (aka anti-family court) is fraught with about as much corruption and is about as sleezy as probate. Personally, I think the two are running some sort of shameful contest. In Divorce Court, it’s the children that are bought and sold and traded as a commodity among tied in lawyers, judges and courtroom vendors (shrinks, visitation supervisors, etc.) In probate it’s the elders mostly, but some are also brain injury victims who fall prey tot he tied in lawyers, judges and courtroom vendors (shrinks who would declare a rock incompetent, drug companies, nursing homes, court room vendors–all with their hands out and in the victim’s back pockets). Money, power and influence runs amok in these courtrooms.
The fixing of your case and mine is particularly shameful, as is the rounding up of 200 lawyers in China without a peep from the ABA.
If the ABA and the CBA are functioning like AARP and simply selling bad insurance and financial products in their magazines and on line, it’s time to dump them.