Monday, October 29, 2007

The "Wild West" of Connecticut Judges

Judge Kevin Tierney of Stamford Superior Court in Connecticut, G.A. 1, seems to have no problem ruling outside of his jurisdiction in a retaliatory way. Francis C. P. Knize is known to be politically active trying to reform the courts to best serve the public's best interest.

Should a judge be able to illegally remove your assets and even jail you for trying to redress grievances, exercising Free Speech, in trying to reform a judiciary that is out of control?

Francis C. P. Knize filmed [this video] on the national issue of judges judging judges.

Christopher Kennedy [video] of Ellington, Connecticut, claims that Judge Jonathan J. Kaplan has put judicial complaints in sealed cases to retaliate against citizens that have made judicial complaints. Judges see that there is a complaint against another judge and are supposed to help retaliate against a citizen seeking justice by finally complaints against bad judges. [Post] on the retaliation against Chris Kennedy.

I tried to have Judge Jonathan Kaplan of Rockville Connecticut Superior Court GA 19 removed for bias in civil cases against the self-employed, contractors, and landlords. Kaplan was made aware that Connecticut State Police had acted out on a vendetta retaliating against me for my political activism, knew a felon had committed felonies in trying to rob me, assaulting me on my property, was given immunity, to maliciously prosecute me for resisting being mugged on my own property. Kaplan, a judge, I had lodged complaints about, trying to remove for years, sentenced me, with no prior record, to a year in prison, 3 years probation, for "overreacting" to being beaten during a strong armed robbery attempt, where I ended the attempt on my life with pepper spray! [more]

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Excerpt:
Westport, Conn., divorce lawyer Nancy Segore-Freshman said her client, a nursery school teacher, is afraid to even touch her computer, for fear of being in contempt of court.

Greenwich, Conn., urologist Jeffrey Ranta is convinced there's something somewhere in his wife's laptop that would help his divorce case. And now he may have the chance to prove it.

Stamford Superior Court Judge Kevin Tierney recently took the highly unusual step of ordering Mary Ranta to stop using her laptop altogether and immediately turn it over to the court clerk's office. [more]

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Mr. Viking:
All of this is for the power ego for Tierney and the billable hours of the divorcing couple's attorneys. No fault divorce law eliminates any reason necessary to get a divorce. What you describe with this laptop is all legal theatrics and the Judge get's off on it as attorneys rob the net worth of the couple. The need for adulterous activity to be present in order to justify divorce went byebye in the late 1970's. Attorneys are the reason for this circus show because in the end it's not material to the divorce at all. Connecticut has one of the most corrupt judicial systems in U.S.

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