From Ken Ditkowsky–nuts to be armed with the law in the face of corruption?

From: kenneth ditkowsky <>
To: Dr. Sam Sugar <>
Sent: Friday, November 28, 2014 8:47 AM
Subject: Re: A Thanksgiving letter to victims of guardianship
I hope you are right.   This fiasco that Barbara Stone is involved in i.e. criminal prosecution for demanding that the Florida Statutes be complied with, is insane.    Barbara has been driven to hysteria and is not making the best of impressions; however, law enforcement professionals have seen a zillion ordinary individuals ***
I’ve been writing to the Justice Department concerning her case in the hope that a visit from a Federal investigator will create enough consternation that one of the judges would read the GD statute.    
Having dealt with the legal system on a daily basis for more than 1/2 a century I doubt that most of the miscreants worry about our collective mental state one way or another.    In…

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Happy Thanksgiving everyone and some cases to ponder

First, from the ACLU group of Linked In, we have this “can a Facebook public post be a criminal threat” –

which is to be reviewed shortly by the US supreme court.

The quote clearly does not fall under “First Amendment” rights, or does it?

What did the guy say to his soon to be ex?

“Fold up your PFA [protection-from-abuse order] and put it in your pocket

Is it thick enough to stop a bullet?”

What was his excuse?  RAP music.  He likes RAP music and was emulating his heroes.

And more from the washshington post on highway robberies by police officers.  The upshot?  Use a debit card.  Do NOT carry or accept cash for payments.  Do NOT keep anything of value in your car.  All sorts of cell phones, laptops, cash and other valuables have been taken by police by simply writing down on reports “drug trafficking…

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From the ARDC – the decision we have been waiting for: I AM the most dangerous blogger in the State of Illinois

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Filed November 21, 2014

In re JoAnne Marie Denison

Commission No. 2013PR00001

Synopsis of Hearing Board Report and Recommendation
(November 2014)

The Administrator filed a one-count Complaint against Respondent, arising out of numerous statements she made on an internet blog attacking the integrity of judges and attorneys involved in a pending adult guardianship proceeding. The Complaint charged Respondent made those statements knowing they were false or with reckless disregard for their truth or falsity. Respondent denied misconduct.

The Hearing Board found the Administrator proved Respondent made false statements concerning the integrity of the judges, knowing they were false or with reckless disregard for their truth or falsity, and engaged in dishonest conduct and conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice. The Hearing Board found, while Respondent had accused judges and other…

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From Ken Ditkowsky re: assult on the First Amendment and Lawyer Blogs on corruption

One thing I would have to challenge everyone is, can anyone anywhere find another blog a lawyer writes and operates on corruption?  Nope.  I have never seen one.  I have seen others try with issues regarding “unethical” lawyers, etc. But the articles often get the rules of ethics wrong and the law wrong.  What good are those?

I submit it is important for lawyers to have and run blogs about what is correct and ethical under the law, so the public is better informed.

To: Eric Holder <>, Scott Evans <>, Edward Carter <>, Probate Sharks <>, Tim NASGA <>, “JoAnne M. Denison” <>, Nasga Us <>, “J. Ditkowsky” <>, Matt Senator Kirk <>, Chicago FBI <>, “FBI- ( (” <>, “” <>, BILL DITKOWSKY <>, Chicago Tribune <>, SUNTIMES <>, Janet Phelan <>, Ginny Johnson <>, “ComplaintAdmin ADA (CRT)” <>, Cook County States Attorney <>…

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From Roseanne Miller — suggested letter to Chicago Tribune

And of course I will be on Cooper’s Corner this Wednesday at 7:30 pm for those of you getting Cable access on the Northshore.  This program will also be broadcast on YouTube when done.  A large number of lawyers have told me they have seen me and Ken on Cooper’s Corner and Lanre Amu’s program remains very popular with the most people watching him.

From: RosANNa Miller <>
Sent: Nov 22, 2014 1:48 PM
To: “” <>, “Dr. Sam Sugar” <>, Kevin Pizzarello <>, Barbara Stone <>, Teresa Lyles <>, Robert Sarhan <>, Patty Reid <>, Doug Franks <>, Tom Fields <>, Janet Phelan <>, Glenda Martinez <>, Ginny Johnson <>,, Joe Roubicek <>, KATHLEEN ZAGAROS <>, Emma Ladson <>, Alyece Russell <>, Marti Oakley <>, Marcia Southwick <>, Marty Prehn <>, Ed Miller <>, Nancy Vallone <>, Steven Nero <>, Probate Sharks <>, Rudy Bush <>, Richard Cordero…

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From the award winning Jane Stillwater–her congratulations on my ARDC demise

Apparently from the emails I got this morning, I have made the big time among those hated, despised, persecuted unfairly and tormented by miscreants and felons with dozens of emails of congratulations.

From Jane Stillwater, famous author and blog writer:

Giving thanks that I’m not a wealthy widow in Chicago!
     By Jane Stillwater
     “It’s not easy being old,” to paraphrase a song by Kermit the Frog.  There aren’t all that many perqs.  Your teeth fall out.  Your joints freeze up.  And say goodbye to your sex life, no matter what they say about Viagra.  No one invites you to parties any more and you can no longer Twerk.  But having enough money to make you comfortable in your old age can help make up for a lot of all those various aches and pains associated with old age.
     Unless of course you are an elderly widow living…

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More law on suing corrupt government officials under 42 USC sec. 1983

See Monell v. Department of Soc. Svcs. – 436 U.S. 658 (1978)stating, “Local governing bodies (and local officials sued in their official capacities) can, therefore, be sued directly under § 1983 for monetary, declaratory, and injunctive relief in those situations where, as here, the action that is alleged to be unconstitutional implements or executes a policy statement, ordinance, regulation, or decision officially adopted or promulgated by those whose edicts or acts may fairly be said to represent official policy. In addition, local governments, like every other § 1983 “person,” may be sued for constitutional deprivations visited pursuant to governmental “custom” even though such custom has not received formal approval through the government’s official decision making channels. Pp. 436 U. S. 690-691.” – See more at:

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