Amazingly, Justice Maureen Connors writes up a decision dismissing a case based upon lack of jurisdiction, but ignored service upon Mary Sykes in 09 P 4585
Johnson v. Platas, 2016 IL App (1st) 143468-U (Ill. App., 2016) see http://www.illinoiscourts.gov/r23_orders/AppellateCourt/2016/1stDistrict/1143468_R23.pdf
And how is this a “rule 23” decision that is not supposed to be cited. Now attorneys in Illinois cannot cite cases that fully support the 5th Amendment? I believe that violates the First Amendment. Rule 23 is clearly unconstitutional under the First Amendment.
This Johnson case that Attorney Denison refers is particularly galling as Justice Connors openly and notoriously ignored the jurisdictional requirements in the Mary Sykes case 09 P 4585 and Jerome Larkin, using the power of his office as administrator of the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission attempted to silence protest.
ELDER CLEANSING/HUMAN TRAFFICKING is today a major business in the UNITED STATES. The Political and Judicial elite use organizations such as the attorney disciplinary commissions to silence lawyers (Rule 8.3 and 18 USCA 4 notwithstanding). The media is dead silence, and law enforcement impotent as they can ferret out the criminals who commit these dastardly crimes by judges (some corrupt and easily influenced by a share of wealth) are required to prosecute them. Using opioids and other chemicals to turn healthy vibrant senior citizens into zombies thousand upon thousands of VOTES are delivered to political fiefdoms by “nursing home operators” and whole elections are turned.
Corruption is un-American!
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