Saturday, December 27, 2008

Old vs. New Method for dealing with "Big Mouths"



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Letter to Connecticut Attorney General

Dear Connecticut Attorney General, October 17, 2003

Subject: Docket # CR01-0074672, Rockville Court, Connecticut, 20 Park St.

With all due respect, I am trying to convey my story without a tone of anger, which is impossible. I mean no disrespect to you in any of my words below. I admit a lack of tact and can be guilty of not having basic common sense, but I have worked hard my entire life, spoke my mind too often, and have tried to improve my life and for those around me as long as I have been old enough to be aware. I feel a grave injustice has occurred and wish to make you aware for possibly investigating my claims. [more]

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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?

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[click here] for pictures and video from Bill Cosby's Hartford, Connecticut, appearance on the topic of fatherlessness and fatherhood.

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The police misconduct complaints lodged by Steven G. Erickson against Connecticut State Troopers [click here]

Attorney General Richard Blumenthal allegedly refused to return calls, emails, and letters from Congressman Simmons office regarding just reviewing my trial transcripts. Blumenthal never answered me on my complaints against police officers in Connecticut.

The Connecticut State Police still have a policy of "Arrest and Discredit" for those who propose Civilian Oversight of Police to elected officials, for those who get "Mouthy" about police misconduct in newspapers or blogs, for those who wish to sue police, and for those who lodge police misconduct complaints.

Former Green Party Campaign Manager for Connecticut Governor, Kenneth Krayeske, was placed on the Connecticut State Police "Secret Enemies List" and then arrested on sight. [story]

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Richard "Ritt" Goldstein proposed Civilian Oversight of Police to a special session of the Legislative Judiciary Committee in Hartford, Connecticut, December 1996. He soon fled to Sweden seeking political asylum so terrorized by Connecticut Police. [more]

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[click here] for:

The Connecticut State Trooper Gene Pool?



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US Marine comes home to Connecticut gets stabbed 13 times by felon on probation, David J. Taylor. Stephen Murzin is arrested when he woke up in the hospital alive with 13 stab wounds for having caused a disturbance while being stabbed. Murzin faced 6 months in prison. Felon on probation, David J. Taylor wasn't even violated on probation for trying to kill 3 people, ferociously stabbing them. [story with videos]

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[click here] for a post that is my open letter to the members of the legislative Public Safety Committee in Connecticut

Is Connecticut State Representative Michael P. Lawlor a propagandist? [more]

Grand Jury systems and the need for them explained [video]. Effective Grand Juries, acting independently, is what corrupt officials, police, prosecutors, judges, and defense attorneys fear most.

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To: Connecticut State Representative Drew, Thomas J.
Thomas.Drew@cga.ct.gov [website]

I would like to pass onto you a number of individuals that can attest to the same thing regarding what is going in Connecticut. Mr. Drew are you interested in having me pass names onto you or to someone else in the legislative branch?

I am talking about public corruption of the Department of Administrative Services (DAS), the Judicial Branch, the Connecticut State Police, and other agencies, departments, individuals, and their families and associates.

The Connecticut DAS IP address seems to be involved in the hacking and harming of websites, possibly even in attempts to make computers permanently crash.

Numerous individuals could report of the judicial misconduct of Judge Jonathan Kaplan, Joe D'Alesio and others. Should there be defrauding of taxpayers, nepotism, retaliation, obstruction of justice, and the fixing of court cases going on within the Connecticut Judicial Branch? Judicial branch employees that allege misconduct of others don't have their claims investigated, they are sent out on unpaid leave, fired, and judicial marshals, private investigators, and other thugs are sent out to harass their family and friends.

I think there should be a special legislative hearing to call witnesses to public corruption.

Please acknowledge receipt of this email.

Thank you,
Steven G. Erickson
[address snipped]

P.S. I am posting this email to you, here:
http://thegetjusticecoalition.blogspot.com/

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[click here] for:

Sovereign and Judicial Immunity of Judges

There is a raging debate on whether judges should have blanket immunity from prosecution, even for malicious acts. Should a judge be able to stand up from the bench, pull a gun, shoot you dead, and then be immune from prosecution?

Should judges be able to rape, rob, murder, and falsely imprison citizens on their whims? [click here] for a video on the Grand Jury System and the need for a strong one.



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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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Should State Police, such as in Connecticut downtown areas, target home and business owners before they do prostitutes, drug dealers, and other criminals? [more]

Is Ellington, Stafford Springs area, Connecticut, Attorney Michael H. Agranoff the worst and most dishonest lawyer in Connecticut? My letter to Attorney General Richard Blumenthal [here]


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