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CONFIRMED BY ILL. SUPREME COURT– YOU ARE VIEWINGTHE MOST DANGEROUS BLOG IN ILLINOIS. This blog is so dangerous it warranted a 3 year suspension by the IARDC and Jerome Larkin that crushes the dissent of honest attorneys–Denison, Ditkowsky and Amu! Our mottos: "Sunlight is the best disinfectant". Justice Louis Brandeis ; "If the truth can destroy something, then it deserves to be destroyed" Carl Sagan; "Justice is Truth in Action" Benjamin Disraeli. The more offensive the political speech, the more the Constitution must protect it. (jmd) NEW — THIS BLOG decried subversive "misconduct" as US govt moves to crush dissident attys via the IARDC. (Janet Phelan/Activist Post) The IARDC shouts out "BLAME the MEDIA" and "SHOOT the messengers!" The public responded, "THIS BLOG IS THE ESSENCE OF THE FIRST AMENDMENT." (censored ABA blog)

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From KKD: City Hall fights discovery in civil rights cases

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http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/watchdog/ct-chicago-police-law-department-civil-rights-20160624-story.html

From Joanne;

One of the interesting movies right now on Netflix is “Dis-honesty” which is about the science of cheating.  Why do people do it?  How can it be prevented or stopped?  When are people more likely to do it?

One of the experiments noted in the movie, is that when students were given a test but paid according to how many questions were right, they tended to cheat more when sitting next to another person they were told was “good at the tests.”  Or when paired with a “strong test taker”, when paid they were much more likely to cheat. Most of the time, with or without payments based upon how many correct answers, there were always cheaters.

What did they find (warning: plot spoiler) seemed to stop the cheating on tests?  Having the test takers sign a “Code of Honor” or “10 commandments”.  Now the interesting thing…

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Another Poor decision from Justice Thomas-searches allowed after illegal search

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from the New York times and thanks to Ralla Klepak for her post on FaceBook

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that evidence found by police officers after illegal stops may be used in court if the officers conducted their searches after learning that the defendants had outstanding arrest warrants.

This means clear erosion of the “fruit of the poison” tree doctrine where if the stop was invalid then all evidence obtained cannot be used in a court of law against you.  It deters police from engaging in illegal stops.

Justice Clarence Thomas, writing for the majority in the 5-to-3 decision, said such searches do not violate the Fourth Amendment when the warrant is valid and unconnected to the conduct that prompted the stop.

Justice Thomas’s opinion drew a fiery dissent from Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who said that “it is no secret that people of…

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From Judy Ditkowsky & Reuters — More take downs of Medicare Fraud, now $712 million!

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U.S. completes ‘takedown’ of Medicare fraud: officials

U.S. law enforcement officials have charged 301 suspects with trying to defraud Medicare and other federal insurance programs in 2016, marking the “largest takedown” involving health care fraud allegations, the Justice Department said on Wednesday.

The national sweep resulted in charges against doctors, nurses, pharmacists and physical therapists accused of fraud that cost the government $900 million, the department said.

The cases involved an array of charges, including conspiracy to commit health care fraud, money laundering and violations of an anti-kickback law.

This year’s sweep exceeded last year’s record in which 243 defendants faced charges in a combined $712 million in government losses. Officials said…

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KKD explains the difference between a “fixed” and “wired” case

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To: Janet Phelan <janet_c_phelan@yahoo.com>
Cc: “JoAnne M. Denison” <joanne@justice4every1.com>, B
Subject: Defining terms.
Date: Jun 21, 2016 9:12 PM
Question:  what is the definition of a “fix?”
 
Because of my background I use the words “fix” and “wired” court in my regular discourses.    Even though everyone knows or should know what these words mean in the context of corruption, we have never defined them and thus have not made certain that we are speaking together.    As I use the word “fix” it does not mean or portray the sour grapes of a party receiving  an adverse ruling because a judge presiding in some court did not agree with you,   Such is true even if in a perfect world you would have been successful and vanquished your opponent.    Fixed or wired is intended to mean that a decision has been made…

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Even the State of GA disagrees with Mr. Larkin’s bizarre interpretation of First Amendment Rights

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A corruption victim sent this along to me.  Gag orders are almost always wrong and Unconstitutional.  The courts have no jurisdiction to regulate the media.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B6FbJzwtHocwQW9JQ2tjVWxJSWc

Almost the same fact pattern as In re Weddigen, but in this case, Mother is posting her comments on social media criticizing the judge, the court, the lawyers and the decision. The judge enters a gag order that the parties cannot comment on the case in his court based upon “best interests of the child”.  Mother objects to the order and an appeal follows:

This Court noted that “a trial court can require the parties in a divorce proceeding to refrain from making derogatory remarks about the other before the children.”25 Our analysis, however, does not end there. Prior restraints of speech, the order here, are not unconstitutional per se, but they bear a “heavy presumption against [their] constitutional validity. The Government thus carries a heavy burden of showing justification…

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From the NYT medicine’s top earners NOT MD’s but administrators

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http://mobile.nytimes.com/2014/05/18/sunday-review/doctors-salaries-are-not-the-big-cost.html?_r=1&referrer=

By ELISABETH ROSENTHAL
MAY 17, 2014
THOUGH the recent release of Medicare’s physician payments cast a spotlight on the millions of dollars paid to some specialists, there is a startling secret behind America’s health care hierarchy: Physicians, the most highly trained members in the industry’s work force, are on average right in the middle of the compensation pack.

That is because the biggest bucks are currently earned not through the delivery of care, but from overseeing the business of medicine.

The base pay of insurance executives, hospital executives and even hospital administrators often far outstrips doctors’ salaries, according to an analysis performed for The New York Times by Compdata Surveys: $584,000 on average for an insurance chief executive officer, $386,000 for a hospital C.E.O. and $237,000 for a hospital administrator, compared with $306,000 for a surgeon and $185,000 for a general doctor.

And those numbers almost certainly understate the…

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Request for fundraiser–Orphans in Kenya

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https://www.gofundme.com/24a8rr9p

My name is Heather Boltz and I work as a domestic violence victim advocate and an activist for child safety. Recently, I was introduced to a cause that has touched my heart profoundly. The Sima Community BasedOrganization in Kitale Kenya that is helping orphan children (orphaned by the HIV/AIDS pandemic )with their food and shelter needs and also promoting and providing education for them. The ongoing issue is there is not enough ongoing funding to support all of the needs this organization has found are in urgent demand.

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The children that are living in the makeshift orphanage in Kitale, are without food. When these kids are hungry, they cannot learn. Their basic needs must be met then the longer term needs addressed. This program is helping change the lives of 212 kids who had no place to call home until this organization stepped in to help them find…

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From KKD – Did Larkin arrange for the US to surrender to North Korea last night

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To: “newseditors@wsj.com” <newseditors@wsj.com>,  and 50 others….
Subject: Fw: Has Illinois surrendered to North Korea last night – or why is Jerome Larkin not in jail 18 USCA 371…
Date: Jun 19, 2016 9:23 PM

Enclosed please find a copy of Janet Phelan’s latest article – it is worth reading and considering in light of the disgraceful activities of the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission.   
Few State agencies (such as the IARDC) have demonstrated such miscreant conduct or activities.   The contempt for America’s core values as well as the Illinois Constitution, the American Constitution, and the Rule of law is just short of amazing.   Recently, Mr. Larkin and his 18 USCA 371 co-conspirators were discovered to have engaged unlicensed professionals (court reporters).  Section 18 recites the common law, i.e. unlicensed professionals are not entitled to be paid for services.   
Of course these…

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