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Please rate the judges on this page and let others know what they do.
In the case of Mary G Sykes she was narcotized to death at age 95 under the supervision of Judge Aicha MacCarthy who never cared about this woman. She let attorneys Farenga, Stern and Schmeidel run amok in her courtroom terrorizing Mary and Gloria Sykes. Mary Sykes was narcotized to death without autopsy or tox screen. This must end.
Go rate your judges now.
A new go fund me in response to a $17,000 bill that I recently received for my ARDC trial.
It’s absolutly outrageous. I am cleaning up the messes they leave behind because they cannot read and are not interested in the US Consitution.
They want attorneys to cover up the “target, isolate, drain the estate, eliminate and cremate” mantra their lack of disciplining dirty attorneys foster and protect in Illinois probate courts.
I don’t have the money because I run a charity and represent clients for free or low cost.
If you want to send them a check written on a coffin of your deceased loved one, a check on the shirt of your back, I would be glad to send it along.
Checks written on special items–obituaries, memorial services, maybe even Alice Gore’s gold teeth, will most certainly be sent along and I will publish the pictures…
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from the wall street journal:
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington struck down a long-standing provision in federal law and sided with Simon Tam, the frontman for the Asian-American rock band The Slants, who sought to register the band’s name. A U.S. Patent and Trademark Office examiner had denied it, saying the phrase was likely disparaging to people of Asian descent.
Tuesday’s decision endorsed a robust view of the First Amendment as it struck down a nearly 70-year-old provision in the Lanham Act that barred the registration of disparaging trademarks. The court, however, also acknowledged its ruling opened the door for the registration of trademarks that contain ethnic slurs and “offend vulnerable communities.”
“Whatever our personal feelings about the mark at issue here, or other disparaging marks, the First Amendment forbids government regulators to deny registration because they find the speech likely to…
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Subject: Re: Fw: WSJ Blogs – Ruling Upholding Offensive Trademarks Could Give Redskins a Boost – Law Blog
Date: Jan 27, 2016 9:58 PM
|I am more interested the Rule of Law that is expressed.
I would like hit the following as hard as I can, to wit:
The more I delve into this elder cleansing scenario the more reprehensible I find the corrupt judges, corrupt lawyers, and the corrupt judicial officials. The situation is absolutely…
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Bad Minds, High Places available on Amazon.com
“Bad Minds, High Places” is the story of America’s failed legal culture and the FBI raids on Cleveland from 2008 to the present. It portrays the foibles of American public life from Ohio to Washington State and the ethos under which its legal system operates. The book is an absorbing, non-fiction account of an attorney subjected to fraudulent charges, arrest, extradition, jail and coordinated aggression on a national basis after he published an editorial critical of a Cleveland, Ohio judge. The author forces the reader to see a new model for state judiciaries as self-serving interest groups with the most gruesome failures in jurisdictions where judges are elected and heavily politicized. “Bad MInds”, is not only about individual failure on the part of one judge. It tells how politicized judges, prosecutors, attorneys and police cooperated at the state and federal level to…
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