Monday, October 08, 2007

America held hostage by the Judicial System

If a top lawyer says the system is broken and needs to be fixed. That says it all. Dr. Richard Cordero is part of a growing number of Americans fed up with the way our American Judicial System is operating and is taking action to reform it.

Dr. Richard Cordero spars with US Federal Judge Ralph Winter on the subject of an American Judiciary run a muck. Francis C. P. Knize testifies also and was the primary editor/producer of the above video. The hearing is shut down when Elena Ruth Sassower asks to speak at the hearing for the national issue of judges judging judges in Brooklyn, NY, US Federal Courthouse.

[click here] for Dr. Codero's suggested link from the first comment of this post

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Steve,

Thank you for your posting. I appreciate your work.

If you want to post the whole official recordings, you can contact the
Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts (AO) to request a copy of the
audio/visual tape and the stenographic transcript of the hearing that the
Committee on Judicial Conduct and Disability of the Judicial Conference of
the U.S. held on its draft rules governing judicial misconduct and
disability complaint proceedings last September 27 in the U.S. Courthouse
at 225 Cadman Plaza East, Brooklyn, NY.
( )

To that end, you can contact Assistant General Counsel Bret Saxe at the
Administrative Office at (202) 502-1100. Likewise, you can contact Mr.
Dick Corelli at the AO Office of Public Affairs at (202) 502-2600. You can
also send the Committee, whose chair is Circuit Judge Ralph Winter, a
written request to .

You can buttress your request by asserting your journalist status as
moderator of a website and/or a blog through which you disseminate news to
the public. Hence, your request is in the public interest. It is very much
in line with the fact that the draft rules were released by the Committee
precisely for the purpose of requesting public comment on them and that
the hearing was opened to the public, which you could have freely attended
and reported on if you and practically everybody else did not live so far
away from the venue of that hearing, the only one held in the whole
country. The standard for journalist status is a broad one in keeping with
the extensive interpretation given to the Freedom of the Press and Freedom
of Speech Clauses of the First Amendment.

If you are told that AO must wait for the audio/visual technicians and
court reporter to provide their respective recordings, you may want to ask
Messrs. Saxe and Corelli to provide you with their contact information.
With it you can pursue your own request rather than depend on AO
acknowledging at some undetermined time in the future that it received the
recordings. Should that information not be forthcoming, you could contact
the following entities:

1. National Archives and Records Administration Office
700 Pennsylvania Avenue, Room G-1
Washington, DC 20408

a. Public Affairs Office, tel. (202)-357-5300, fax: (202)357-5999;;

b. For recorded information about public programs and events, call

2. U.S. Government Printing Office
732 North Capitol Street, NW
Washington, DC 20401

a. Public Relations at (202)512.1957;

b. Orders and Publications, toll free at (866)512-1800, fax (202)512.2104;

Taking the matter in hand is what a blogger/webmaster does, with whom it
does not sit well to lie back and wait for information to be disclosed at
the leisure of those who control it.

I hope that you have an enjoyable holiday tomorrow.


Dr. Richard Cordero, Esq.

Monday, October 08, 2007 9:07:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Obvious, we need a Public board to review these complaints as well.

People should send copies of their complaints to a grass roots organization that will review the complaints and evidence and perform analysis for the Legislature should the evidence show that this self governing system of Judicial Review is not working. Which we all know is not.

Sunday, November 15, 2009 3:29:00 PM  

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