Monday, February 05, 2007

"Back Door Man" or an Attorney General that just doesn't trust judges behind his back?


Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, [click here] for story.

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Lover, friend, or associate? [Click Here] for my 2003 unanswered open letter to Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal regarding Rockville Connecticut Superior Court Judge Jonathan J. Kaplan.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please don't delete this post google, or anyone else, just forward it to the FBI and the US Dept of Justice for their "enjoyment". Blumie might finally get something that has been so elusive.
-The SRV

Monday, February 05, 2007 3:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The swearing in of Congressman Joe Courtney at the Rockville Connecticut court says a lot about power, influence, and favors owed.

Courtney is a lawyer and partner, now formerly in a law firm. He did business under judges and depended on them.

Courtney possibly owes favors to these judges and can help in the retaliation of citizens that complaint against judges or the workings of the courts.

Chirs Kennedy was running for State Representative against a brother of Judge Graziani. For some reason a hearing on a legal matter was scheduled on election day to keep Kennedy from voting or being at the polls to get votes is suspicious.

Chris Kennedy was stabbed by his ex-wife and under Judge Kaplan and other judges Kennedy's kids were taken away because he complained about improprieties of judges. His ex-wife is a mandatory reporter to DCF regarding child abuse and has power and influence with judges and prosecutors.

Kennedy's ex-wife used Joe Courtney's former law firm. So as a constituent of Joe Courtney, Chris Kennedy would not get any service from his own Congressman.

Courtney's first loyalties are too judges, the judiciary, other lawyer, prosecutors, and to a corrupt, unfair State Judicial System and their co-mingling in corruption other branches of Connecticut State Government.

There is supposed to be ethics in government and in the courts, checks and balances, and separation of powers. There is not.

Kennedy's case says what is most wrong with this country.

All would not be so corrupt and unfair if practicing lawyers or those that still profit from their former law firms still hobknobbing and accepting and doling out favors.

Courtney in my opinion is the poster child of a dirty politician.

Lawyers make more money if their is more red tape, unfairness, and official policies of citizen abuse.

Quit electing paid lawyers to legislative positions when they are Judicial Branch minded or are even working for the Judiciary.

Tuesday, February 06, 2007 11:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rockville Judge Jonathan Kaplan was at the courthouse behind Blumenthal, when Blumenthal made a comment about not trusting Kaplan standing behind him at the swearing in of Congressman Joe Courtney.

Was Blumie afraid of taking it in the rear or just of Kaplan sticking something in his back.

Can any judges in Connecticut be trusted behind your back?

Monday, May 14, 2007 7:44:00 AM  

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