Thursday, November 13, 2008

The Connecticut Fatherlessness Task Force

Past post on this subject [here].

[click here] for "Connecticut legislators at work?"

[click here] for photos and video from Bill Cosby's 12-08-08 appearance in front of the Fatherhood Task Force Legislative Committee

I want to ask what the commission will do about my case. Should a citizen who complains about prostitution and drug dealing going on, or near, his property, be a target of police, not the criminals? Should children become fatherless because their father lodges a legitimate complaint, contacting elected officials and writing letters to the editor in newspapers?

I was so fed up with the situation I wrote George W. Bush, [this letter, scroll down] 9-15-01. I was then arrested 10-11-01 and was railroaded to prison for having complained, sentenced to a year in prison for having pepper sprayed a felon, attempting to rob me after jumping me in my dark driveway. I hope to point out the post with the letter to Bush to show how ridiculous things have gotten. If they are willing to address the causes of fatherlessness from victims, maybe the problem can start to be solved.

The courts are rigged and police go out and falsely arrest citizens for retaliation for having lodged judicial, attorney, prosecutorial, and police misconduct complaints. Exposing public corruption can land one in prison. Children should not be fatherless because their father tested the 1st Amendment.

-Steven G. Erickson

[click here] for post with my case docket number

The Steven G. Erickson Mugshot

The above is the Steven G. Erickson Mugshot (taken Oct. 2001), former Political Prisoner, People's Republik of Corruptikut Inmate # 305662

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Text of email sent to Connecticut Legislators:

To whom it may concern:

If a parent is taken out of a child's life in retaliation for making a judicial or police misconduct complaint, or for proposing legislation to elected officials and is retaliated against, should the legislature offer remedy on a case by case basis?

I complained about prostitution and hard drugs being sold on, and near my property. The Connecticut State Police told me to shut my mouth and leave the state or be arrested as they didn't want me interfering with prostitution and other crimes.

The Police terrorized me out of the Connecticut home that I owned and purposely ruined my small business built over 2 decades. They ruined the relationship I had with my daughter as I was railroaded to prison for resisting being mugged by a police informant who threatened my life for weeks before attacking me on my property. Should Connecticut have terrorists wearing police badges? Should there be kangaroo courts in Connecticut? Should Connecticut collect federal tax dollars to break up families and take taxpayers and homeowners offline?

My criminal record makes me look like I have been habitually violent and a complete undesirable. Almost no one is willing to hire me because of my criminal record. I was told by a hotel that rented by the week that they didn't take violent criminals like me. Wal-mart says I am too violent to collect shopping carts in the parking lot. All I did was end the beating I was taking using pepper spray. I was sentenced to a year in prison for that with no previous record.

Those in the judicial branch who turn in judges and judicial managers in for committing felonies are fired and/or suspended and private investigators are hired to terrorize the whistle blowers, their families, and their friends into silence. So, court cases are rigged. If you make a police misconduct complaint in Connecticut, the complaint isn't investigated, the complainer is arrested and barbecued in court.

Should Connecticut be a "state of fear" too risky for families to raise their kids, work, and own a home in?

Please email me back.

-Steven G. Erickson

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This post and above text was sent to:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Fatherlessness Task Force:,,,,,,,,,,,

Connecticut Legislative Children Committee:;;;;;;;;;

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Added Nov. 14, 2008, 11:55 AM EST:

I received the below by email from Bill Mulready.

He had emailed the below to:
Melissa Farley (

Bill Mulready October 29, 2008
C/O John Dibiase
17 Newton Street
Meriden CT. 06450-4414

Mrs. Chase Rogers [Connecticut Supreme Court Justice]
“Supervisory Authority Prospectively”
State of Connecticut Judicial Branch
Supreme Court Building
231 Capital Ave.
Hartford CT. 06106

Ms Barbara Quinn, Chief Court Administrator
Civil Commission Members
Judge DiPentima and the Public Service and Trust Commission

And other interested individuals;

RE: In reply to Ms Quinn and Ms Sellers:

a. The legal responsibilities of both the Office of Chief Justice and Office of Chief Court Administrator as well as every employee of the Branch are to prohibit Disability Discrimination at all times. Including but not at all limiting (substitute Branch for national):

(1) to provide a clear and comprehensive national mandate for the elimination of discrimination against individuals with disabilities; ADA Sec 12101 (b) (1);

(2) to provide clear, strong, consistent, enforceable standards addressing discrimination against individuals with disabilities; ADA Sec 12101 (b) (2);

b. Because of State of Connecticut Judicial Branch (Branch) failures to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA, or Title II) and system wide Disability Discrimination within the Branch;
i. Branch rules do not apply, especially when used as a barrier;
ii. My case Carol Mulready v. William Mulready is Unconstitutional and requires that it be overturned;

c. Knock! Knock! Mrs. Rogers; the disabled are here, we’re looking for our Fundamental Constitutional Rights to Branch Fairness, Branch Equality, Affirmative Action prohibiting Disability Discrimination and Access to our Courts Equal and the Same as Non-Disabled.

Ms Sellers: For the second time you are in the way; a barrier that the PSTC Strategic Plan and Implementation Plan both require to be eliminated, as does the ADA and it’s Implementation Regulations; you are interfering with my Fundamental Constitutional Rights to complaints to the top person in charge of the Public Entity known as the State of Connecticut Judicial Branch in violation of the Bill of Rights; the ADA Sec 12203 (a)(b)(c) as well as; Federal Regulations 28 CFR PART 35.134.

Open the door to Mrs. Rogers and get out of the way please.

Mrs. Rogers/Ms Quinn:

I have proven and presented 3 separate facts, that each as a stand-alone warrants my case Carol Mulready v. William Mulready is overturned immediately.

1. The Plaintiff has admitted in open Court to fabricating her complaints, most likely based on disability. Protection of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Constitution;
2. Judge Walter M. Pickett JR. clear abuse of discretion. 31 lies! Unconstitutional Color of Law violations;
3. PSTC verify, confirm, and address non-compliance and discrimination violations of the ADA coupled with ten barriers system wide in the Branch. Protection of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Constitution.

Because of Branch non-compliance with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act and a failure to make available the protection of the ADA as well as the Branch failure to offer me (as well as the Plaintiff) modification of its policies, programs, activities including exams, has and had no Jurisdiction over the matter Mulready v. Mulready and illegally interfered into and interrupted my families and my lives.

Questions Raised

Do you have, please provide for me and date of implementation?

{35.106 Notice.
A public entity shall make available to applicants, participants, beneficiaries, and other interested persons information regarding the provisions of this part and its applicability to the services, programs, or activities of the public entity, and make such information available to them in such manner as the head of the entity finds necessary to apprise such persons of the protections against discrimination assured them by the Act and this part.
{35.107 Designation of responsible employee and adoption of grievance procedures.
(a) Designation of responsible employee. A public entity that employs 50 or more persons shall designate at least one employee to coordinate its efforts to comply with and carry out its responsibilities under this part, including any investigation of any complaint communicated to it alleging its noncompliance with this part or alleging any actions that would be prohibited by this part. The public entity shall make available to all interested individuals the name, office address, and telephone number of the employee or employees designated pursuant to this paragraph.
(b) Complaint procedure. A public entity that employs 50 or more persons shall adopt and publish grievance procedures providing for prompt and equitable resolution of complaints alleging any action that would be prohibited by this part.

Below we find the Branch Equal Employment Opportunity Plan. OK I’ll play; I hereby apply for the job of Chief Justice; now give me back my babies and my life, thank you.

You did not offer or provide me with this on April 19, 1995, equals no Due Process, no Equal Protection of Law equal no Branch Jurisdiction nor compelling reason to destroy my family equals my families individual as well as my own right to remedy past discrimination; eliminate currant discrimination; and prohibit future discrimination. My letter stands, give me back my family and my life.

Next comes John DiBiase (who I think wants to bring William food protest Colman), Chris Kennedy, Ken Krajewski, Steven G. Erickson, Kevin Logan; all have not been provided their rights, all have been discriminated against and excluded by reason of disability and gender, by the Branch.

Yours for barrier free courts with honest and sober Judges:

Bill Mulready

Click document to enlarge

It is hereby reaffirmed that it is the policy of the Judicial Branch of the State of Connecticut to provide equal employment opportunity to all employees and job applicants, regardless of race, color, religious creed, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, ancestry, learning disability, present or past history of mental disorder, mental retardation or physical disability, including, but not limited to, blindness. This policy applies to all aspects of the employer/employee relationship, including recruitment, selection, appointment, upgrading and promotion, evaluation, conditions and privileges of employment, training, educational assistance, compensation, benefits, transfer, discipline, layoff, recall and termination of employment.

The Judicial Branch complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act and with all federal and state law pertaining to individuals with disabilities. The terms "disability" or "disabled" as used in this policy statement and elsewhere in the Equal Employment Opportunity Plan shall be construed in a manner consistent with the ADA and other pertinent federal and state laws. To this end the Judicial Branch has appointed division representatives to the ADA Committee to ensure continued compliance with the ADA and an ongoing forum to see that needs are identified and addressed throughout the Branch. "Equal Employment Opportunity", as defined by law and governmental regulations, requires affirmative action to overcome the effects of past and present discriminatory practices, policies or other barriers to equal employment opportunity and to ensure the full and fair utilization of women and minorities in all levels of the work force. The goal of the Judicial Branch is to achieve a work force population that is properly balanced and fully represented by women and minorities throughout the organization and to ensure true equality of employment and a work environment that is free of discrimination. Further, the Judicial Branch will make every reasonable accommodation to satisfy the needs of its applicants and employees with disabilities. If employees feel they have been discriminated against, they should contact the Program Manager for EEO within the Administrative Services Division Human Resource Management Unit, Office of the Chief Court Administrator. The Program Manager for EEO is authorized to review and investigate such complaints and identify and mitigate discriminatory practices.
The accompanying Equal Employment Opportunity Plan for 2007-2008 sets forth the continuing course of action the Judicial Branch will take during this period in order to put forth a good-faith effort to attain the goals indicated within the fiscal constraints faced by the State. All managers and supervisors are responsible for implementing the provisions herein.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Plan will be updated and revised periodically to reflect changes in federal and/or state anti-discrimination laws. All employees of the Judicial Branch have the right to review and comment on the Equal Employment Opportunity Plan, a copy of

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If you want to see how much rampant public corruption and judicial misconduct goes on in the Connecticut Judicial Branch [click here]

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This public comment [video] was sealed from the public by the brass of the Connecticut Judicial Branch. Andrea Wilson and another judicial branch employee blow the whistle to judges, managers, and VIPs at an official hearing. This testimony and that of the public was hidden so the judicial branch could give itself straight A's in a rigged survey [video] paid for by tax dollars.

What are other insiders in the judicial branch saying when they feel free to let loose? [more]

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Former Governor John G. Rowland, as I recall had on his official webpage a boast that child abuse had gone down 45%, but Connecticut in this same time took 445% more children away from their parents. My OpEd News take on that [found here].

[click here] for the letter meant to arrive for Governor Rowland first day of Federal Prison for his bribery and public corruption charges.

There is a way to end this type of judicial and prosecutorial abuse, nationally, [click here]

The Connecticut State Police misconduct and brutality exposed [click here], part of that post:

The Connecticut State Trooper Gene Pool?

[click here] for the New York State Police Internal Affairs 168 page official report on Connecticut State Police misconduct

[Connecticut State Police official webpage]

Their email:

Connecticut State Police, Troop C, Ellington, Stafford, Somers, Tolland phone number:
(860) 896-3222

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Is there still "Gay Bashing" going on within the ranks of the Connecticut State Police?
[post on that subject]

Will Connecticut Representative Michael P. Lawlor and State Senator Michael J. McDonald get together on the subject of "Gay Bashing"? [more]

[full post of the above]

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[click here] for video that might just best describe my saga.

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Blogger scott huminski said...

Welcome to the way "justice" works everywhere in the U.S..

The government will relentlessly pursue those who criticize them.

-- scott huminski

Friday, November 14, 2008 9:08:00 AM  

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