From Ken Ditkowsky–Gangbanging in the Cook County Court System

From Ken–
With political correctness the meaning of words has changed dramatically; however, the acts depicted by the words are much more vivid.   For instance, on the MaryGSykes blog the word “gangbanging” is used to describe the atrocity that is now common place in the Circuit Court of Cook County and a number of other courts across the country.    Indeed, when I saw the word used in context with the elderly victims of elder cleansing I was a bit shocked as I envisioned that the people protected by Jerome Larkin, and the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission had engaged in a new sport – now that the Illinois Supreme Court by dismissing the Rule to Show Cause  directed to Jerome Larkin had clearly indicated that Rule of Law did not apply to those who were the elite.    It was thus perfectly fine for Larkin to misuse public funds, breach his public trust and make a mockery out the long time mores of the legal profession.  (such as correctly citing cases, telling the truth to Court, showing respect to opponents, refraining from filing false pleadings *****).
Indeed, the disgusting image of corrupt judges, corrupt lawyers, corrupt guardians appointed by the corrupt judges and those who violate 18 USCA 371 in acting in concert with the miscreants “gangbanging” grandma turned my stomach.    I then read the post and discovered an equally disgusting scenario.     The National Socialist torture of Alice Gore certain ranks among one of most reprehensible acts in human history!    How dare public officials using public funds to prospect for gold in the teeth of a helpless 90 plus year old woman as they were elder cleansing her.    This disgusting scenario ipso facto warrants filing a Petition in the International Court of  Justice seek remediation for the obscene human rights violation!    (It is obvious that the Courts in Illinois are disinterested in providing protection for grandma! And it is obvious that Supreme Court of Illinois is hell bent in protecting those who commit elder cleansing and those who cover-up for it).
Indeed, the saga of Tim Lahrman, Helen Stone, Carolyn Wyman **** and Mary Sykes evokes equally horrendous images of the rape of the Justice System by the very people who are sworn to protect it.    Yes, I know that exposing the human rights violations by corrupt judges, corrupt judicial officials and a corrupt system if unethical in the eyes of the Supreme Court of Illinois.   However, in the eyes of the core values of America not only is exposing these human rights violations mandatory, but it is also mandatory as a human being to not rest until the criminals who prey on the elderly and the disabled are removed from public office and positions of authority.
The words used to describe the horrors committed by the corrupt judges and their appointed corrupt guardians et al are not really important.   The act itself cannot and will not be swept under the rug.    Right today we who object to elder cleansing may be ignored, but, those who ignore us may regret the day – as anyone who gets old or infirm can be subject to these cowards and scavengers who prey on the weak, the elderly and the disabled.    In fact, the miscreants are more likely to enjoy being gangbanged by a corrupt justice system and impotent public officials who cannot or will not honor their commitment to serve and protect!
With Illinois on the verge of Bankruptcy, would you not think that the Illinois Department of Revenue would be at Jerome Larkin’s door seeking to collect the enormous sums of money that he owes the State of Illinois because of his overt acts in support of elder cleansing!      How is he able to get away with his obvious criminal behavior?    How are all the corrupt public officials were read about in the daily media able to get immunity for obvious criminal conduct?     Indeed, the gang rape of the Constitution by some of our public officials has to STOP right now!
From Joanne;
I was fairly shocked when a genuine, born and raised south of Madison Street regular kind of South Sider, explained his experience to me in challenging a corrupt judge, then she “pushed the button” under her desk and he was instantly surrounded by 3 or 4 of the finest bailiffs that Cook County had to offer.  He told me he was “gang banged”.  Now there is no way to challenge what a South Sider has to say about certain activities and styles of court room management.  I do not doubt it when he says this is a gang technique to firmly  inform your gang rival that certain behaviors  are seriously objectionable and will not be tolerated and you have brought “the gang” to make your point clear.
And I want to further clarify, that he did not threaten the judge or anyone else, he was merely stating his objections for the record; however it appears that certain objections are simply “not allowed” and challenging the court in the arena of clearly fictitious accountings and scurrilous behavior by court appointed persons with Letters of Office and certain clouted attorneys are often tresspassing into verbotten territories, so they must be left alone. And if that means that 3 or 4 of the finest bailiffs have to put their searing hot breath down your neck to make this point clear, so be it.
I also forgot to mention, that an important part of a successful court room “gang bang” is to further instruct the victim, well out of earshot of anyone that might rat them out, that so and so has it in for you and that if you come back, you will likely be arrested.
I just wanted to make those finer points clear. The gang bang by a court judge does not come on the threat by a litigant against person or property of the court–it comes primarily after someone has brought to the court’s attention some aspect of a Fraud on the Court being committed and the judge does not believe this is a proper subject to bring up in the polite, friendly company you find in a courtroom.
Then, the bailiffs are called for a hot neck breathe down.
The final step of a successful gang bang is then where the disgruntled litigant is told out of ear shot of anyone who might rat this process out, that the judge or a clouted attorney has it “in for you” and they intend to have you arrested if you continue to challenge anything and it is best you really not show up again.
I have been told by my dear South Side friend that the technique is extremely effective, and all superfluous courtroom characters often choose wisely to stay away after being courtroom gang banged and they generally comply and curtail any pleadings that might challenge our most efficient courtroom activities of transferring cash from the estate into the hands of needy attorneys, nursing homes, court room vendors, scurrilous parties not mentioned in the will, etc.
I just wanted to make it clear for the record what a proper court room style gang bang consists of.
Of course, Gloria Sykes, who was often surrounded by bailiffs giving her the neck breathe down, just didn’t understand what the court was trying to tell her.  Silly her, she kept on filing pleading after pleading in a fruitless attempt to protect her mother over 5 years while 2 gals and a string of clouted attorneys laughed at her and wrote whatever they wanted to in a string of fairly scandalous orders that prohibited her from seeing her mother about 99 per cent of the time, from keeping her mother out of at least 2 nursing homes, from the sale of her homestead, etc.  And when things got really bad, Judge Aicha MacCarthy took these issues into her own hands running out the courtroom after Gloria, the robe flying, demanding to have her arrested and Gloria’s service dog “put down” when Shaggy let out a bark in the courtroom hallway.
You just cannot make this stuff up.
Anyway, I believe Gloria filed a JIB complaint and that was fully ignored and then the 7th circuit recently dismissed her ADA complaint over all of this, so you know where sympathies lie within the courtrooms of Cook County, both state and federal.
Personally, I don’t even know why Jerome Larkin and James Grogin went after myself and Ken for producing this blog.  I bet he is learning a whole lot of new tactics to put down, confuse and intimidate the public.  I mean, after all, covering over outlets in the ARDC hearing rooms to make sure that people don’t bring their laptop and blog is fairly childish. There’s a whole world out there he can learn from this blog.  I don’t go to court any longer and blab about everything that is going on and all this interesting stuff, and I know he and his staff don’t either–they have to rely upon what is put on their piddly complaint forms by members of the public who really don’t know much about where the real corruption is, so sometimes I really wonder why he even wanted to shut down me or my blog.
He obviously doesn’t understand the concept of “keep your friends close and your enemies closer.”
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On Blog Talk Radio Tonight with V. Lazarus–Judges that Commit Felonies 8 pm CDST

MaryGSykes.com

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/newswithoutfilters/2016/09/28/judges-that-commit-felonies

Tonight V. Lazarus will be hosting a show on Judges that Commit Felonies from the Bench on Blog Talk Radio.

Follow the link and call in to ask any questions.

These are strategies to bring back Justice and Accountability to our nation’s court system.

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On Blog Talk Radio Tonight with V. Lazarus–Judges that Commit Felonies 8 pm CDST

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/newswithoutfilters/2016/09/28/judges-that-commit-felonies

Tonight V. Lazarus will be hosting a show on Judges that Commit Felonies from the Bench on Blog Talk Radio.

Follow the link and call in to ask any questions.

These are strategies to bring back Justice and Accountability to our nation’s court system.

From GS – an article on Gang Banging and Gang Stalking – touchless torture at the Daley Center. Is it legal?

COINTELPRO News (2016)

I had never heard of this, but of course, I have never been in a gang unless it was a gang of nerds.  However, Mr. GS tells me of the following:  He goes to court, he tells the judge she is corrupt when there are massive irregularities on an accounting.  She does not look at the file, but instead dismisses his comments, strikes pleadings AND pushes a button under her desk.  3 to 4 deputies then come to the courtroom and start breathing down the guy’s neck in an attempt to intimidate him.

He says this is “gang banging”.  Huh. Never knew that, but I know it happens all the time on the 18th floor when a citizen with a valid complaint challenges the judge directly or indirectly.  In any case, I did not know the 18th floor Daley center judges were taking cues from gang tactics.  Thank you Mr. GS.

In any case, I told him to just tell them to go get a Tic Tac and some deodorant and back off.

From the article:

“Gang Stalking” is, very likely, a disinformation term created by
U.S. intelligence agencies. It refers to the intense, long-term, unconstitutional surveillance and harassment of a person who has been designated as a target by someone associated with America’s security industry.

Such operations have nothing to do with criminal gangs. Officialdomestic counterintelligence operations of this type are – apparently – perpetrated by federal agents and intelligence/security contractors, sometimes with the support of state and local law enforcement personnel. Unofficial operations of this type are, apparently, perpetrated by private investigators and vigilantes – including many former agents and cops, some of whom are members of the quasi-governmental Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Units (LEIU), sometimes on behalf of corporate clients and others with connections to the public and private elements of America’s security industry.

The goal of such operations – in the parlance of counterintelligence agents – is “disruption” of the life of an individual deemed to be an enemy (or potential enemy) of clients or members of the security state. Arguably, the most accurate term for this form of harassment would be “counterintelligence stalking.” Agents of communist East Germany’s Stasi (state police) referred to the process as Zersetzung (German for “decomposition” or “corrosion” – a reference to the severe psychological, social, and financial effects upon the victim). American and British victims have described the process as “no-touch torture” – a phrase which also captures the nature of the crime: cowardly, unethical (and often illegal), but difficult to prove legally because it generates minimal forensic evidence.

Tactics include – but are not limited to – slander, blacklisting, “mobbing” (intense, organized harassment in the workplace), “black bag jobs” (residential break-ins), abusive phone calls, computer hacking, framing, threats, blackmail, vandalism, “street theater” (staged physical and verbal interactions with minions of the people who orchestrate the stalking), harassment by noises, and other forms of bullying.

Does this sound familiar to you?

So why do the courts on the 18th floor and Sheriff Dart’s deputies go and gang bang civil litigants?

We know it’s part of the intimidation in a corrupt case.  I would not think it works, because I am or was a lawyer, but I just heard from someone that he DID stay away from court and lost substantial rights because he was “gang banged” each time he went there and one of the Bailiffs said they were out to get him and arrest him.

Is this North Korea or what?

I am further told by another person that not only was he gang banged by the Bailiffs at the Daley Center 18th floor, but when he went to the Judicial Inquiry Board, someone from the OIG started to “gang stalk” him, where they follow you all the time, take pictures, try to run you off the road and to intimidate you.  He has pictures, but I told him to get a dash cam and go sue them for their “touchless torture.” What  a mess this County is in.

I am told by a woman in Colorado, you can’t even file a complaint against a judge there because you have to do it on a form kept by 2 or 3 clerks, and you have to tell them or write them the complaint and they judge who gets the form.  Of course, certain judges are deemed “too worthy” to put their names on these forms.  I told the investigative reporter she has to go back to the people complaining about this and tell them to sue about this “pattern practice” of denial of due process rights.

Just when you think you’ve heard it all…

And Jerome Larkin and James Grogin, Melissa Smart, Sharon Opryszek, Steven Splitt, etc.  don’t want the public to know their rights either–they are the gatekeepers by oppressing and suppressing this blog to create a new dictatorship in corrupt Illionis worthy of the 3rd Reich or NK.  We need to get rid of these unconstitutional messes instead.

Joanne

From CNN–keeping the rich richer and the poor poorer via the Fed Reserve and the top banks

http://money.cnn.com/2016/01/14/investing/atm-overdraft-fees/

I have no idea why there aren’t mass protests and outrages over how we bail out the banks and they continue to steal and the Fed Reserve, our nations tyrannical oversight committee on ensuring theft via computer, has not been drummed out of town with tar and feathers on a rail. They do not protect consumers.  The courts always rule in favor of big banking, when these banksters should be in prison for theft, conversion and tresspass upon our hard earned money.

ATM and overdraft fees top $6 billion at the big 3 banks

chase atm

Ever taken out cash from an ATM machine and gotten socked with a $3 fee (or worse)? You probably weren’t thrilled about that.

Nobody likes those fees. Except banks.

America’s three biggest banks — JPMorgan Chase (JPM), Bank of America (BAC) and Wells Fargo (WFC) — earned more than $6 billion just from ATM and overdraft fees last year, according to an analysis by SNL Financial and CNNMoney.

That equates to $25 for every adult in the United States.

There’s so much frustration over these fees that they have become a presidential campaign issue.

Hillary Clinton called ATM fees “usurious.” Bernie Sanders vowed that if he’s elected president, he will cap ATM fees at $2.

Consumers now pay over $4, on average, to withdraw their own money from an out-of-network ATM, according to Bankrate.

“In my view, it is unacceptable that Americans are paying a $4 or $5 fee each time they go to the ATM,” Sanders said in a recent speech.

Related: What crisis? JPMorgan Chase reports big profit

Big profits on fees

The outrage comes as Americans are finding out exactly how much banks really profit from those pesky ATM and overdraft fees. For the first time, banks were required to disclose this information publicly in 2015.

While ATM fees get the most attention on the campaign trail, overdraft charges are the most profitable for banks.

America’s big three banks made over $5.1 billion last year from overdraft fees alone.

Banks aren’t supposed to charge customers overdraft fees when they use an ATM to get cash unless the customer chooses or “opts in” to get the cash despite the fee.

A 2014 Pew study found more than half of the people who overdrew their checking accounts in the past year didn’t remember consenting to the overdraft service.

Related: Everyone hates stocks again. Time to buy?

Overdraft fees put people at ‘serious risk’

“Consumers who opt in to overdraft coverage put themselves at serious risk when they use their debit card,” said Richard Cordray, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

The typical overdraft fee is $34, yet a CFPB study found that the majority of overdrafts occur on transactions of $24 or less.

“Consumers really need to look at the fine print,” says Christopher Vanderpool, an analyst at research firm SNL Financial.

By law, people can opt out of ATM overdrafts at any time. That way they will not be able to take out money at an ATM if their account balance goes below $0. That said, banks can still levy a fee if someone’s balance goes negative because a check is cashed or an automatic payment such as rent goes through and there aren’t sufficient funds to cover it.

The CFPB study notes that if someone borrowed $24 for only three days and paid an overdraft fee of $34, that “loan” from the bank would carry a whopping 17,000% annual percentage rate (APR).

Related: The Obama economy in 10 charts

Fees are growing

Many large banks like Wells Fargo say they have put a lot of effort into clarifying their overdraft fees and helping customers make smart choices.

“Overdraft behaviors are becoming more managed by our people,” said Ricky Brown, president of BB&T (BBT) bank on an earnings call last year.

But the data for the first three quarters of 2015 doesn’t back that up. It shows that overdraft fees grew every single quarter for the big banks.

CNNMoney estimated what the banks would collect on fees in the final three months of 2015. It’s often the most profitable time of the year since people are doing more transactions around the holidays. Still, CNNMoney assumed that banks earned the same in the fourth quarter on fees as in the previous quarter.

The result is that JPMorgan took in $1.9 billion from customer overdrafts. Bank of America and Wells Fargo took in $1.6 billion each.

The CFPB is considering whether to implement additional rules on overdrafts.

Fees on the “regular Joe’s” bank account made up about 4% of operating revenues for America’s biggest banks last year, according to SNL Financial.

From Ken Ditkowsky on the Never Ending Suspension of Judicial Activist Andy Ostrowski

To: Pennsylvania Courtwatch <admin@pacourtwatch.com>, PA Governor’s Office <governorsoffice2@pa.gov>
Subject: The Law License of Andrew Ostrowski
Date: Sep 21, 2016 8:00 PM
American needs a infusion of Honesty and Honor!    The Elder Cleansing miscreants have declared war on the elderly and the disabled – and our society remains silent.   Some of our political elite have declared war on the First Amendment and seek to intimidate lawyers in particular and the citizens in general from speaking out freely.    Here in Illinois we had an attorney who lost his license to practice law for pointing out a conflict of interest.    A Judge refused to recuse herself even though she was on the Board of Directors of the defendant and her brother was an attorney in the law firm representing the defendant.   A respected business newspaper (Crains Chicago Business Daily) reported the same conflict of interest.    In Kangaroo proceedings the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission, without benefit of proof, claimed that it was unethical to report the judge’s indiscretion and the reporting lawyer was suspended from practice.   The judge was given a pass!    
 
The very same disciplinary commission barred from a public hearing one person – Diane Nash – one of the Icons of the Civil Rights movement.   I and others attended the hearing without problem.   There was an empty seat next to me.   Jim Crow is still alive and well in Illinois!     
 
Andy Ostrowski has demonstrated his devotion to the Bill of Rights, and we have been lead to believe that his belief in the Sanctity of the First Amendment is a deterrent to his law license being reinstated.   I, as a citizen of the United States of America cannot sit quietly and allow such an outrage to occur and not raise my voice.   What a terrible example I would set for my children and grandchildren if I was fiddled while Pennsylvania burned!      How can any of us sit quietly as our beloved republic is being pillaged by public officials who do not honor America’s core values?   
 
I wrote the following letter, in support of Andy – Please stand up and be counted.    America needs a victory!     Citizens rising up and supporting those among us who are leading the fight against Elder Cleansing, Judicial Corruption, Public Corruption and the cancers that target our Democracy must be supported.  Andy is a respected leader in our defense of liberty he deserves our support!
 
 
                                                                                                                               Kenneth Ditkowsky
                                                                                                                           6150 Forest Glen
Chicago, Illinois 60646
812 914 1945
 
 
 
The Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Judicial Center 
601 Commonwealth Ave., Suite 5600 
P.O. Box 62625 
Harrisburg, PA 17106-2625
 
Re: Reinstatement of Mr. Andrew Ostrowski to Practice Law
 
Honorable Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania,
 
On November 28, 1961 I was admitted to the Illinois Bar, and for the next 53 years I practiced law in the Courts of Illinois.     My practice led me to the Courts of last resort in Illinois even to the Supreme Court of the United States where I presented the case of Terrazas vs. Vance.    This letter is to convey to you my total support of the readmission of Andrew Ostrowski to practice law in the Courts of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.      Pennsylvania (and the Several States) need advocates to fight for Constitutional and Civil Rights like Mr. Ostrowski.     Pennsylvania needs courageous attorneys such as like Andy Ostrowski to represent citizens injured in Pennsylvania and elsewhere.
 
Today the legal profession is under siege and needs to redeem itself from the quagmire of corruption that it has been accused of participating.    Pennsylvania itself has been touched by the scandal of its Attorney General being convicted of a crime and being disbarred.    Even the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has not escaped bad press.
 
 That said, there are in this State many whose Rights have been abridged in recent years who will have a competent, moral, and compassionate Advocate in Mr. Ostrowski, upon his reinstatement.    Andrew Ostrowski stands ready, willing and able to be a lawyer that Pennsylvania can be proud of.   Indeed, Attorney Ostrowski has acquired a reputation both in his home State and Nationally of being a vigorous defender of America’s core values and the Rule of Law.    There is no just reason why Mr. Ostrowski should not be reinstated to the practice of law.     Mr. Ostrowski should be reinstated to practice law in Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
 
Thank you for the opportunity to weigh in on this important matter, your truly, 
 
 
Kenneth K. Ditkowsky/
Ken Ditkowsky

From Roseanne Miller in Ohio–Her THIRD false arrest by Bellfonatine Police Dept

When will this every end?

Subject: Status of Roseanne Miller–she has been falsely arrested again PLUS her 3 email accounts have been hacked!
Roseanne has been very, very upset.  When she called me today she had been crying and is very distraught over her THIRD false arrest.

This time, she had apparently asked a fire fighter friend what some sort of contraption was that she found in the house.  He told her it was a home made bomb trap (which her evil brother likely set), and her friend called the bomb squad.  In the confusion, the police ran a background check on HER and claim that they found an outstanding warrant for non payment of a contempt fee, which is of course illegal because under the Ohio constitution imprisonment for debts are specifically prohibited.
She was arrested on Thursday and I understand it was fairly harrowing because the police don’t like her for speak out about the abuse and murder of her parents.  I have published a police report from Bellefontaine Ohio that claims elders can be subject to lethal and dangerous amounts of drugs, well, because they are old.  I published that.
The Bellefontaine OH police hate her.
Next she finds out all 3 of her email accounts have been hacked and she can’t reset them and can barely get in to retrieve a single email at at time, I don’t know what’s up with that.
Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers and call or email her if you have her phone or email and reassure her everything will be okay and she has a perfectly valid 42 USC sec 1983/85 complaint for her with abuse of process, malicious prosecution, false arrest, false imprisonment and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
thanks
joanne