Thursday, October 16, 2008

Pedicure or Toenail Painting?

Richard "Dick" Blumenthal, the Connecticut Attorney General.

He calls himself the "Public's Lawyer". Blumenthal seems too busy to care about citizen complaints or [public corruption].

The Connecticut "Justice System" has the morals of a Whorehouse. If those you complain to about public corruption are allegedly part of the profiteering, racketeering, obstruction of justice, and the attorney, legislator, executive branch, judicial, prosecutorial, official, and police misconduct, what do you think happens to the complainer? How "ethical" are any investigations if there is no requirement that there is ethics in government?

Self-policing doesn't work. Richard Blumenthal Whorehouse Miss Connecticut Heidi Alice Voight

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I sent the below email to Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal at 11:19 AM EST Oct. 2, 2008:

To Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal,

Subject: Reporting Public Corruption to you

I hear you are going public, asking citizens to report public corruption to you. I didn’t see it, a friend quoted you from a Connecticut newspaper. Well, let's see.

That is probably smart to go public with what you are supposed to be doing anyway. What the Feds might be working on right now, would make you look foolish, if they are breaking cases for prosecutions, and you just shine the seat of your chair. This email to you [posted here].

What are you doing about investigating my complaints [more], and Chris Kennedy’s complaints [more] against Rockville Judge Jonathan J. Kaplan?

What are you doing about the seeming Whorehouse that is the Connecticut Judicial Branch run by “Uncle Joe D”? Just the tip of the iceberg of the nepotism, bid rigging, case fixing, no-bid contracts, manufacture and destruction of evidence on court hard drives, taxpayer fraud, obstruction of justice, racketeering, etc is exposed in [this video].

Are you running interference for Judges allegedly taking in Casinos' "protection fund" through the backdoor? Are Connecticut judges buying their judgeships by making campaign contributions? Why don’t you ask Jim Parks about [this] [and this] [and this]?

Was there election fraud perpetrated after the public voted to abolish the Connecticut Sheriff system because it was a “patronage system” whereas the Connecticut Judicial Branch seems to be an even worse and more outrageous “patronage system”? If the Connecticut Constitution is already illegally altered, shouldn’t you be asking citizens to vote “yes” on the upcoming Constitutional Question [post] so we have a legal Connecticut Constitution, not one illegally altered without the will of the people, or not being currently followed by what is existing as Connecticut Government, all 3 branches? Should official Connecticut be shut down until it is running according to its own Constitution?

If someone googles “Judencia” the first thing they see is your picture and information about you, Mr. Blumenthal. I’ve made mention of that in Federal circles. Was this [video] from Jan. ’08 passed to the Feds, and did it help bring down Elliot Spitzer because his finances were under investigation?

We the People are pissed and want corrupt officials from George W. Bush on down, arrested, prosecuted, and jailed if found guilty. Judges have been allowed to be miscreants too long, and should also be included in the upcoming sweep.

If you are interested in going after public corruption, please contact me, and I’ll come down to your office.

-Steven G. Erickson

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added Feb. 7, 2010

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Shouldn't Connecticut US Senator Chris Dodd be prosecuted? Attorney General Richard Blumenthal gets torn a new asshole by Glenn Beck of Fox News.

Glenn Beck Interviews Richard Blumenthal part 1

Text with video:
Glenn Beck Interviews Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal and tries to get him to answer why AIG Executives who legally received bonuses that were approved in the $787 Billion Stimulus Bill now have the Connecticut Attorney General's office targeting them for prosecution. This is part 1 of 2.

Glenn Beck Interviews Richard Blumenthal part 2


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