Saturday, August 16, 2008

"Damn Bloggers!"


Connecticut Chief Justice Chase T. Rogers

Was she making this comment about me when addressing the Bar Association at [this meeting]?:


Excerpts:
"You, as a dedicated and committed group of attorneys, have been ardent and vocal supporters in the area of educating the public about the rule of law, and the bench is tremendously appreciative of these efforts. This principle is vital, and it is essential that the public understand precisely what is at stake when our constitutional obligation to apply the rule of law is under attack.

"When judges do the right thing under the law, however, we often make someone angry. And let me assure you, in the no-holds-barred era of the Internet soapbox, the feedback -- often anonymous -- can be brutal. As you know, we as judges cannot, under our Code of Judicial Ethics, comment about our cases. That is why it is so essential that the bar step up and speak up to make sure that the public understands the need for an independent judiciary that will apply the rule of law as opposed to making the popular or less controversial decision."


Why did the Connecticut Judicial Branch seal public comment [like this] from the public? Was a [survey rigged] and maybe considered defrauding taxpayers?

Does this [cheer leading session] of the Connecticut Judicial Branch look like a scam?

Is this a conspiracy involving all 3 branches of Connecticut government?:

Metro Briefing | Connecticut: Mashantucket: Indian Map Is Missing



By HOPE REEVES (NYT) (COMPILED BY ANTHONY RAMIREZ)
Published: February 7, 2002

The original map outlining the Indian reservation where the Foxwoods Resort Casino is situated is missing. Legislators from Connecticut towns critical of Indian casinos say the map's absence calls into question the legality of the Mashantucket Pequot reservation and its casino. The 1983 Settlement Act, which gave the outlined land back to the tribe, states that the original map must be filed with the secretary of state, and it is not, the lawmakers said in a letter dated Jan. 29 to Connecticut's House and Senate. They requested federal help to find the map and confirm that the casino is on lawfully ceded land. Hope Reeves (NYT)

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If Peter Smith is a current or past lobbyist for Foxwoods and/or the Mohegan Sun, casinos, what is he doing working at taxpayer expense screening judges in the Connecticut Judicial Branch, and either currently writing checks to prominent Democrats and Republicans, or did so in the past?

Can you say, "Smells funny?"

http://thegetjusticecoalition.blogspot.com/

[click here] for what maybe the "tip of the iceberg" for a $100,000,000 Connecticut Judicial Branch scam.

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Text that I typed into the Hartford Courant Capitol Watch blog, queued for approval:


I will be asking Rep. Chris Shays to hold a Congressional hearing to shut down all 3 branches of Connecticut based on it being run like an organized crime organization not following the Connecticut and US Constitutions.

If I recall correctly Rep. Mike Lawlor was instrumental in making the Connecticut Sheriffs, law enforcement under the Judicial Branch. Without an amended Connecticut Constitution isn't that illegal? Aren't any arrests made by Judicial Marshals false arrests?

Back in 1999 and 2000 those that spoke out about the Sheriffs in print or to elected officials could become targets for prison and property loss, to be covertly investigated and brought down by covert ops of the Connecticut State Police.

Isn't Peter Clark Smith a lobbyist for Fox Woods and the Mohegan Sun? So, they what is he doing screening judges in the Judicial Branch writing checks to both Democrats and Republicans in Connecticut?

Should the exploits of Santa Mendoza be looked int? Should the double dipping in the Judicial Branch be looked into where Joe D'Alessio is a perp that is obstructing justice and involved in the Judicial Branch sending private investigator thugs to intimidate and silence judicial branch whistleblowers, their friends, and their families.

Sheriffs allegedly got pensions for 20 years hazardous duty. They then allegedly retired without putting 20 years in and violated the 120 per diem being able to double dip. Is the Judicial Branch in Connecticut responsible for defrauding the taxpayers of about 100 million dollars?


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[click here] for my somewhat recent email to former Connecticut Governor John G. Rowland

[click here] for a summary of the beefs I have with official Connecticut

[click here] for:

The Courts and a secret "Shadow Government"?



http://thesrv.blogspot.com/

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[click here] for:
Connecticut Constitution Convention Campaign

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Comment in by email, August 26, 2008, 7:47 PM EST:

FROM THE REV. JUSTICE FILES:

LAWYERS IN CONNECTICUT WHO MURDERED FAMILY MEMBERS, NOW THE CHIEF JUSTICE ALLOWS THEM TO WALTZ THROUGH METAL DETECTORS? BECAUSE THEY HAVE A LOUSY LAW DEGREE THEY ARE SAFER? DEATH ROW, SCOTT PICKLES, LAWYER, BETH CARPENTER LAWYER, HAYMOND CLINE LAWYER ? ANOTHER MESS DUE TO STATE OF CONNECTICUT LEGISLATURE LETTING JUDGES TAKE OVER COURT SECURITY IN THE COURTS, ABOLISH THE SHERIFF'S BY VOTE, THEN PUT ONE OF THE SHERIFF'S IN CHARGE OF THE SECURITY AND THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS, VOTER FRAUD AND MESSES LIKE THIS....LAWYERS SITTING ON DEATH ROW RIGHT NOW, WHAT IS NEXT?

Remarks by Chief Justice Chase T. Rogers
CBA Bench/Bar Awards Luncheon
June 9, 2008

Good afternoon. I want to first thank you for inviting me back to speak at this year’s annual meeting. It has been a full year -- for both the courts and the CBA -- and I am delighted to have the opportunity to address you. Today, I want to specifically recognize you for your support of the Judicial Branch throughout the last year. I also want to mention how fortunate you are to have had the leadership of Attorney Bill Prout, Jr. over the past year. So, to all of you and Bill, thank you for all that yo u have done to enhance our state court system.
You, as a dedicated and committed group of attorneys, have been ardent and vocal supporters in the area of educating the public about the rule of law, and the bench is tremendously appreciative of these efforts. This principle is vital, and it is essential that the public understand precisely what is at stake when our constitutional obligation to apply the rule of law is under attack.
Some people, over the past few years, have attached negative connotations to the phrase “judicial independence,” to the effect that it is nothing more than an invitation to run amok from the bench. I strongly disagree with that interpretation. Instead, the concept of judicial independence is the need for judges to be free from improper influence, which includes political or special interests or popular public sentiment. It protects the access of all citizens to fair and impartial courts. Simply put, judicial independence is your independence, both as attorneys who practice in our courts and as members of the public who utilize the judicial system.
"Procedures have been put in place that will speed up security checks for attorneys at metal detectors. For instance, if you have your ID badge showing you are an attorney, you will not have to remove items of clothing. In addition, new judicial marshal classes are receiving training on dealing politely and efficiently with the public as they come through the doors. Conference rooms will now be unlocked during lunch hours and before court opens. And finally, a rule will be submitted to the judges for approval in June that will allow attorneys and the public to bring camera phones into the courthouse. This only makes sense. First, try finding a cell phone without a camera these days. More importantly, however, the marshals checked in and held 290,000 camera cell phones last year. Obviously, this procedure severely delayed the time it took for these individuals -- and everyone standing behind them -- to enter the courthouse."


GREAT JOB CHASE ! LETS LET MURDERING LAWYERS WHO KILL THEIR FAMILIES INTO THE COURTS WITH A BADGE SHOWING THEY PASSED THE BAR EXAM, WHAT A MESS !



Published: October 28, 1999
A former lawyer was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole yesterday in the killing of his wife and two children two years ago.
Judge Susan B. Handy of Superior Court accepted the prosecution's decision not to seek the death penalty for the former lawyer, Scott Pickles.
He pleaded guilty last week to three counts of capital felony and three counts of murder in the stabbing death of his wife, Susan Pickles, 38, and the deaths of their children, Elizabeth, 6, and Alexander, 3.

NEW LONDON, Conn. — Still adamant that she was framed by a vindictive ex-lover, attorney Beth Carpenter was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole for her role in the 1994 contract killing of her brother-in-law.
Carpenter, 38, sobbed quietly but said nothing during a 90-minute hearing that ended with Judge Robert Devlin Jr. imposing the only sentence allowed by state law. Devlin called the March 10, 1994, shooting death of 28-year-old Anson "Buzz" Clinton of East Lyme "insane" and something that Carpenter could have prevented.
According to prosecutors, Carpenter coaxed her cocaine-abusing former lover and boss, attorney Haiman Clein of Old Saybrook, into having Clinton killed because of a family dispute over his wife's daughter. The now 12-year-old girl was Clinton's step-daughter and Carpenter's niece.

HEY CHECK THE SCANNERS MARSHALS ! SMILE WHEN THE LAWYERS COME IN WITH GUNS INTO FAMILY COURTS ! UNREAL ?
CHASE RODGERS WHAT IS THIS A CASTE SYSTEM A BOOK WAS WRITTEN ON THIS OFF COURT T.V. WHAT IS CHASE RODGERS THINKING OF THINKING OF?
http://www.markhorner.com/hoss/Lethal_Guardian2.jpg

"I strongly disagree with that interpretation. Instead, the concept of judicial independence is the need for judges to be free from improper influence, which includes political or special interests or popular public sentiment. It protects the access of all citizens to fair and impartial courts. Simply put, judicial independence is your ...ACCESS TO COURTS? WITH THESE WING NUTS?

JUSTICE RODGERS WHERE DID YOU GET YOUR SECURITY ADVICE FROM THE POLITICALLY APPOINTED HIGH SHERIFF' OF LITCHFIELD COUNTY CONNECTICUT WHOM WAS POLITICALLY APPOINTED AFTER 585,000 VOTERS WENT INTO THE VOTING BOOTHS ON NOVEMBER 7, 2000, AND VOTED HIM OUT OF OFFICE AND YOUR PREDECESSORS APPOINTED HIM INTO THE SAME OFFICE HE WAS ABOLISHED FROM THE NEXT WEEK?

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

PUBLIC TRUST COMMISION ? HOW ABOUT PUBLIC TREASON COMMISSION TO IMPEACH JUDGES IN CONNECTICUT FOR THIS OUTRAGEOUS BEHAVIOR:

EIGHT YEARS AFTER THE VOTERS WENT TO THE POLLS AND VOTED THE 8 HIGH SHERIFF’S OUT OF OFFICE WE HAVE ONE HIGH SHERIFF RICHARD ZAHEREK HEADING THE SAME AGENCY THAT THE VOTERS ABOLSHED, AND THE OTHER ONE INSPECTING HIGH SHERIFF FRANK KINNEY INPECTING VANS 8 YEARS AFTER THE TIMES REPORTED THE BELOW ARTICLE:
WHOM APPOINTED THESE PEOPLE AFTER THE VOTERS VOTED THEM OUT OF OFFICE? THE CHIEF JUSTICES AND JUDGES, AND WE ARE SUPPOSED TO TRUST THIS TREASON?

CALL YOUR REPRESENTIVE NOW TO RIICHARD ZAHEREK AND FRANK KINNEY HIGH SHERIFF’S NOW ! OUTRAGE!

Chief Justice Chase T. Rogers
Speech given at the First Meeting of
The Public Service and Trust Commission
September 27, 2007



Hon. Alexandra DiPentima
Remarks given at the First Meeting of
The Public Service and Trust Commission
September 27, 2007


NEW YORK TIMES

Reinforcement for an Effort To Abolish Sheriff System


By PAUL ZIELBAUER Published: March 11, 2000
If Connecticut lawmakers needed an emotional appeal to spearhead this year's effort to abolish the state's embattled county sheriff system, Sandra Caruso provided it today, in horrifying detail.
During a hearing of the General Assembly's joint Judiciary Committee, Ms. Caruso, 33, publicly described for the first time how she was sex ually attacked by several male prisoners last year in the back of a moving police transport van as two sheriff's deputies sat, apparently unaware, in the front seat.
Her testimony, delivered in quavering tones, stunned lawmakers, reporters and most of the state's eight high sheriffs, who jammed into a spacious hearing room in the Legislative Office Building this morning. Despite complaints from some lawmakers that Ms. Caruso was being used as a political tool to hammer the beleaguered sheriffs, who have been accused for years of allowing a corrupt network of underqualified deputies to flourish, it was clear that her words had an impact on everyone.
Ms. Caruso, a hairdresser from New Haven, was arrested last Aug. 18 for failing to appear in court after being caught driving with a suspended license, her lawyer, Hugh F. Keefe, said.
Unable to pay the $2,500 bond set by a Superior Court judge in Derby, Ms. Caruso was handed over to New Haven County sheriff's deputies, who placed her in the back of a van with 13 male convicts, including at least two sex offenders, for the 20-minute ride to a New Haven jail, Mr. Keefe said.
In the back of the van, Ms. Caruso, shackled at the wrists and ankles, was separated from the other prisoners by a partition, but she said several kicked it in once the van was in motion.
''One of the men gave the door a good kick, and I got scared and that's when I started to scream,'' she told the legislative panel, ''and I got scared and that's wh en I started to scream.'' In a matter of minutes, she said, four men yanked her clothes open. One raped her and the others ejaculated on her, she said.
''The nine guys on the other side are, like, cheerleaders,'' she said. ''They're screaming, too, they're all like, 'Yeah, yeah, yeah!' egging them on.''
When the prisoners sensed the van slowing down, she said, they quickly pulled her clothes back on and warned her to stay quiet.
The four prisoners have been charged with assault. The two sheriff's deputies in the van, Jack Collake and Ronald Ciarleglio, have refused to comment on the case. In October, an internal investigation by the Office of the County Sheriffs concluded that the two deputies had followed proper procedure and done nothing wrong.
After Ms. Caruso's testimony before the panel today, the New Haven high sheriff, Frank J. Kinney 3rd, spoke to the panel and defended his officers as part of ''a system that the state of Connecticut can be proud of.'' Mr. Kinney also contended that slack transport rules -- which, for example, had allowed deputies to turn off the audio-monitoring system in the van carrying Ms. Caruso -- had been tightened to prevent other such incidents.
Representative Michael P. Lawlor, a Democrat and co-chairman of the Judiciary Committee, vowed to press ahead with efforts to abolish Mr. Kinney's job. ''This was the most outrageous example of why it is not a good idea to run a professional agency on a political basis,'' he said.
The Judiciary=2 0committee also heard from four county sheriffs, who have been under increasing pressure to justify their jobs after lawmakers began branding their ranks as rife with corruption and, on several occasions, criminal activity.
Despite legislative failures in recent years to reform or eliminate the sheriff system, this year seems to be different, with both Democrats and Republicans, including Gov. John G. Rowland, endorsing the elimination of the 298-year-old office of high sheriff.
The initiative has gathered momentum in the months since last year's arrests of the New London County high sheriff, Gerard Egan, on a firearms charge, and the Windham County high sheriff, Thomas White, on embezzlement charges.

CALL YOU REPORTERS NOW, TELL THEM TO REPORT THIS NOW !

Tuesday, August 26, 2008 7:43:00 PM  

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