Monday, January 22, 2007

Legislative Constitutional Armageddon

Our Forefathers would vomit if they saw the abortion that has become our Representative Government.

There are paid infiltrators of the Judicial Branch into the Legislative, practicing lawyers.

This absolutely lacks ethics of any kind. This secret society rule should be abolished immediately.

Practicing Attorneys will legislate and allow maximum budgets and pay for themselves, judges, prosecutors, the courts, secret files and secret investigations, making the courts less and less accessible to the people, until America is reduced to a Fascist Police State. These lawyers in elected office want maximum pay with minimum accountability. Immunity from prosecution for these abusers and other members of the Judicial Branch is a Satanic Ritual that has gone on in secret too long and has to be ended, now.

In Connecticut, the head of the Executive Branch nominates future Judges. Members of the Legislative Judiciary Committee approve these nominees. Judges with no experience and qualifications are being nominated and approved. Why is this?

The infiltrators are for the judges, prosecutors, other attorneys, and a secret Police State agenda, not for the public’s best interest.

Immediately, no practicing lawyers should hold any elected legislative office, State or Federal.

Francis Knize has drafted legislation to abolish Judicial Immunity working with Congressman Shays for Federal Bill H.R. 5219. Knize has proposed a similar bill to the Connecticut Legislature, “Connecticut Judicial Transparency and Ethics Enhancement Act of 2007". The Bills proposed within the text of this letter need to be debated and voted in.

There also needs to be a State and Federal Bill for the legislature to identify victims of police, judicial, attorney, prosecutorial, and official misconduct. Those that have been imprisoned wrongly, falsely arrested, and railroaded need compensation and to have their criminal records expunged. The courts have not been the avenue of Justice, the Legislative Branch, State and Federal, has to take up the cause of those that have voted them into office.

Thank you,

Steven G. Erickson []
c/o Francis C. P. Knize
50 Sunset Pass
Wilton, Ct. 06897

203 544 9603

I intend on distributing the above text to all Connecticut Legislators and then to select US Congress persons and US Senators.

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Click Here for

On The Record Public TV Transcript, re; [Ken] Krayeske Case

from the Cool Justice Report blog

Are murder for hire plots ok if police hire the killers? Click Here for post

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"Bill Collins, a former four term Mayor of Norwalk and State Representative
of Connecticut: "Guns are looked upon differently here, for familiar historic
reasons. So are the police. While other countries feel it's important to install
civilian oversight, we feel the opposite. We like to turn our police loose, a
bit like vigilantes.

Mostly, that preference has to do with race. Many Americans
feel that blacks are a menace to their safety, and if police have to rough them
up once in a while to keep them in their place, so be it. And if some whites
also get mistreated in this exuberance of power, well, that's a small price to
pay for security. At any rate, that seems to be the thinking in Connecticut".

[so where is Rick or Ritt Goldstein now after having proposed Civilian Oversight of Police?]

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added 4:55 PM EST:

CT Rep. Lawlor the chairman of the Judiciary Committee is a lawyer. Look at this little more than a half minute clip. Lawlor was asked a question about information on complaints against judges and their reviews that is supposed to be public information. He has no intention of actually complying with giving out the public information. Lawyers shield each other, prosecutors, cops, and judges. It is an unwritten rule. Practicing attorneys should not be legislators.


Anonymous Kathleen M. Dickson said...

Steve, put up the Michael Lawyer video with this post so people can see you are not making it up about the legislators deliberately protecting the criminal behavior of all the judges.

Always associate the data to substantiate your claims.

Monday, January 22, 2007 9:48:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lawyers as legislators can hook each other right up. The more difficult the process is, the more unjust, the more red tape, and the more bureaucracy, the more lawyers make. They don't care how much they pay in taxes because it is off our hides anyway.

Lawyers are parasites, lawyers are scumbags, and who elected these assholes?

If I didn't have to worry about being arrested for advocating violence, I would say that I wanted all lawyers thrown in a pile and burned.

I would then declare, "America the beautiful!"

Monday, January 22, 2007 6:49:00 PM  

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