Saturday, May 27, 2006

Rights agency violating Rights

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Added 8:15 PM:

Cathy Ellison audio Interview
Are East Haven Connecticut Police smoking pot and drinking on duty? Are the cops giving out alcohol and drugs to teens? Are cops partying and having sex with DCF workers after drinking and smoking pot? Did East Haven Police cover up the drug possession and drunk driving of the East Haven Mayor? You decide. I talk with a woman claiming to be the wife of East Haven Police Officer Rich Ellison. The audio file is a 4.2 megabyte audio file, run time 1 hr 10 min. Click above link.


The Stark Raving Viking blog (click)

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Fraud Agency headed by a Queen of Fraud. Ethics Committee caught acting unethically. Judiciary active in circumventing and adulterating the law in secret. Law Enforcement obstructing and breaking laws. Yes, it is a proper indictment of the Connecticut System and shouldn’t be a study for other states as to the maximum a state can get away with and the maximum citizens will take without rising up in Revolution.

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CONNECTICUT NEWS
Probe Of Rights Agency To Continue Workers Allege Discrimination
May 27, 2006 By DIANE STRUZZI, Courant Staff Writer

A legislative committee is continuing its probe into discrimination at the state Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities by calling a meeting next week that will discuss treatment of the agency employees.

Among those invited by the legislature's Labor and Public Employees Committee are the nine commissioners with the state's human rights agency and a representative from the governor's office.

"We need to have a permanent resolution to this serious problem," committee co-chairmen Sen. Edith Prague and Rep. Kevin Ryan wrote in a letter to the governor.

The legislative committee held an informational hearing earlier this week where four female employees alleged they were disciplined unfairly by the agency's executive director, R. Hamisi Ingram. Three of the women said they were targeted because of their gender.

In a letter to Gov. M. Jodi Rell following that hearing, Prague and Ryan said improper employee suspensions caused affirmative-action plans for state agencies to be approved by default, without review. They also said the agency is not doing contract compliance of affirmative-action plans for state contractors.Judd Everhart, a spokesman for the governor, confirmed a representative from the office will be sent to the legislative committee meeting. He declined any further comment.

Prague said the committee is not inviting Ingram or the employees to next week's meeting but is inviting the union that represents employees at the human rights agency. She said her personal feeling is that Ingram should resign.

"I think he is creating havoc and chaos in the very agency that is supposed to be the resource for other people to come to when they're suffering from discrimination of any sort," she said.

Ingram said Prague's comment proves she has her mind made up.

"I had people e-mail and telephone me, and frankly they said we were lynched and Sen. Prague is the leader of the lynching," Ingram said.

"She doesn't care what the truth is. ... Her mind is made up without knowing the facts."

Ingram has said that he has a solid record of hiring women since coming to the agency in August 2004. According to numbers supplied by his office, the agency has hired nine women and six men since that time. He said that the work of the agency is continuing and that this has become a political battle to get him removed. He said he will not resign.

The scheduling of next week's legislative committee meeting comes at the same time commissioners with the human rights agency are trying to set up a meeting of their own. No date has been set for that meeting.

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Should Connecticut be shut down for illegal behavior?
This link is to the April 30, 2005, letter I mailed to Governor M. Jodi Rell notifying her of the abuse of rights by the CHRO, Commission on Human Rights

Seven state prosecutors have filed complaints against Chief U.S. District Judge Robert N. Chatigny, the person primarily responsible for derailing serial killer Michael Ross' Jan. 29 (2005) execution. More

Excerpt: A 16-page preliminary report was written by Andy Thibault and Jim Brewer, who say they are private investigators looking into the case. Among other issues, the report contends police focused solely on Gebhardt as a suspect when there were others to be investigated; there was inconsistent testimony about the child's injuries; and Gebhardt's confession was coerced. The report also contends the questioning of potential jurors during Gebhardt's trial was never recorded. More Former Attorney Jim Brewer did a good job of making a mockery of a very out of control Connecticut court and law enforcement system. He defended good cops targeted for a fall by powerful bad cops that would do anything to silence whistleblowers and cover their official crimes and police misconduct. No wonder police officers pulled Jim Brewer over recently, probably were very verbally abusive, disrespectful, and behaved in an unprofessional way and then either charged Brewer for a crime of reacting to the abuse with his complaining about their behavior to the abusers, and the mainstream media was all to willing to print Connecticut Police propaganda/lies.

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The image above was found on the old punks blog

Excerpt: What a scumbag. Why doesn't he just come out and sieg heil already. Stop dancing around it, Pat, come out of the nazi closet for real. You're not fooling anybody.
posted by Emerson at
8:25 AM

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Exposing Collusion and Illegal Acts of the Official Connecticut Mafia









Was "Mr. Bill" an adult victim of Connecticut's DCF, Department of Children and Families? Or, was "Mr. Bill" hanging with the "Party Like Rockstars" crowd, Party Queen, Kristine D. Ragaglia

The Internet's Best Kid's Divorce Site, By A Kid

Mr. No Bid Contract Boy, Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal

Connecticut Chief State's Attorney and others blasted out of the water with the truth

Smoking Gun Text
My Testimony March 21, 2006, in front of the Judiciary Committee, Hartford Connecticut

Jeffrey Yeaw, a subject of an Amber Alert in Connecticut, rescued his kids out of DCF abuse/custody, and his being able to leave with his kids in a “secure” facility just shows more Connecticut bumbling, inefficiency, incompetence, and maniacal retaliation.

Steven G. Erickson Video
I speak candidly in a Windows Media Player download (click)

Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire?
A post on Enfield Connecticut Superior Judge Howard Scheinblum

Do Judge Peter T. Zarella and Supreme Court Chief Justice William Sullivan screw the pooch?

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What the F@%$!?

I just can’t believe that a sex offender, child rapist could get probation, not prison for child rape.

There absolutely is not fairness, justice, or any type of order in the American Injustice System. You think they would want to discourage bad behavior and punish those that might re-offend.

If someone is forced into a situation by a criminal, like being attacked fearing for your life, being robbed, raped, beaten, or in the process of being murdered, your actions to defend yourself should be justified and not punished up until murder. That includes being tortured, sexually assaulted, assaulted or in the process of being murdered by a police officer if that is not part of his legal and Constitutional duties.

When a sex offender, child rapist gets probation because he’s too short for prison you have to say, “What the F@%$!?”

Steve Murzin was stabbed by a felon that police officers encouraged to kill him to avoid a police misconduct investigation, and the felon got probation for stabbing 3 people, probation for attempted murder, and would have been murder as not many people get attacked that severely and live.

I was threatened and terrorized by a felon who left messages that he was going to kill me, and had threatened to cut my male sex organ off if he caught me out in my yard. I pepper sprayed him, with no previous record and got a year in jail, 3 years probation.

Through the same court, a man caused facial disfigurement, beat a man breaking his jaw, kicking the victim, while drunk and high, while on probation and didn’t get prison. What!!!??? Tom D. had to get another DUI and have urine test dirty for drugs and alcohol 5 to 8 times to get 4 months in prison for violation of probation. What!!!???

I read where a rapist who was a habitual criminal got probation for rape, an armed robber that was a career criminal got probation for 10 years not prison, a teen that had shot another teens eye out was violating probation had various drugs in baggies, stolen property, and was in the process of fleeing to avoid prosecution got 2 months in prison. What!!!???

Stephen Carver a career criminal that I couldn’t get Connecticut State Police to do anything about when he was selling drugs and drinking all hours on my front yard, and whom they caught drunk, smashing, my windows fighting another teen, didn’t get arrested. Officers threatened me with arrest for reporting criminals and crimes. Stephen Carver just months later nearly beat a man to death with a baseball bat during a robbery and was reportedly sentenced to a year in prison, and probation, and is a habitual criminal that was probably on probation at the time of his near killing of Richie Dessert, who had to be flown out by a LifeStar helicopter from the scene.

The police officers that hired criminals to run Phil Inkel down on his bicycle for having make a police misconduct complaint were never arrested although the hit men confessed and there is video, audio, and documents that are in evidence that the officers committed crimes.

The 2 Enron Criminals just convicted weren’t hauled away to prison to await sentencing.

Why was I as a crime victim hauled away in handcuffs after being displayed out on a major route under police spotlights after being paraded around in handcuffs around and around my houses that I had fixed up from a boarded up condition in front of my tenants and neighbors for having survived a beating, attempted robbery, possibly an attempted murder.



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Judge: Sex offender too short for prison (CNN)
Prosecutor vows to appeal 10-year probationary sentence

LINCOLN, Nebraska (AP) -- A judge's decision to sentence a 5-foot-1 man to probation instead of prison for sexually assaulting a child has angered crime victim advocates who say the punishment sends the wrong message.

But supporters of short people say it's about time someone recognizes the unique challenges they face.

Cheyenne County District Judge Kristine Cecava issued the sentence Tuesday. She told Richard W. Thompson that his crimes deserved a long prison sentence but that he was too small to survive in a state prison.

Though he could have been sentenced to 10 years behind bars, he ended up with 10 years of probation instead. On Thursday, the state's attorney general, Jon Bruning, promised to appeal within two weeks, calling the sentence far too lenient.

"I'm concerned about the message this sends to victims and perpetrators," said Marla Sohl with the Nebraska Domestic Violence Sexual Assault Coalition, adding that it shows more concern is being placed on the criminal and his safety in prison than the victim.

But Joe Mangano, secretary of the National Organization of Short Statured Adults, agreed with the judge's assessment that Thompson would face dangers while in prison because of his height.

"I'm assuming a short inmate would have a much more difficult time than a large inmate," said Mangano, who is 5 feet 4 inches tall. "It's good to see somebody looking out for someone who is a short person."

Thompson, 50, had sexual contact over a couple of months last year with a 12-year-old girl, said Sidney Police Chief Larry Cox. He was sentenced on two felony sexual assault charges.

As part of the probation, he will be electronically monitored for the first four months and was told never to be alone with someone under age 18 or date or live with a woman whose children were under 18. He was also ordered to get rid of his pornography.

Thompson's attorney, Donald Miller, had no comment on the ruling. Cheyenne County Attorney Paul Schaub, who prosecuted the case, did not return a call seeking comment. Cecava did not return a message seeking comment.

The judge's reasoning confounded Amy Miller, legal director for the Nebraska chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.

"I have never heard of anything like this before," she said.

No one has ever come to the ACLU to complain of height discrimination, she said. And using Thompson's height as a reason to avoid sending him to prison is surprising, because neither the U.S. nor state constitution provides protections based on physical stature, she said.

A spokesman for the prison system said Thompson's height would not put him at risk among the state's 4,400 inmates. There are protections available in prison to help inmates who feel threatened, prison spokesman Steve King said, but to his knowledge, no one has ever taken advantage of them based on fears related to their height.

"He's not the shortest guy we have in prison," King said. "We've got some short guys that are as tough as nails. We've got people from all ages, physical stature of all sizes, in general population."
State Sen. Ernie Chambers, a longtime critic of judges, said he was baffled by the sentence.

"If shortness is an excuse and protection from going to prison, short people ought to rob banks and do everything else they would wind up going to prison for," Chambers said. "We're talking here about a crime committed against a child, and shortness is not a defense."

Copyright 2006 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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