Thursday, December 17, 2009

Did Ninth Circuit's Turn to the Dark Side Cost Americans Their Republic?

The Ninth Circuit today issued a "Memorandum" denying Richard Fine's appeal.  The decision may be read in its entirety here.  Additional documents filed recently may be viewed at this link.

Commentary to follow.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Richard I. Fine is incarcerated for the simple reason that he pointed out to David P. Yaffe, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge, that he, Yaffe, was in receipt of illegal payments or compensation for his services in violation of the California State Constitution. The receipt of such payments constitutes a bribe in addition to two acts of treason by virtue of his molestation of central precepts to both the Constitution of the State of California and the United States regarding fair and honest services and the oath that all jurists take to uphold and defend both Constitutions. In fact, Yaffe’s participation in this and its attendant conspiracy is clearly an effort at tyranny through insurrection. He should be charged, tried, and punished according to the laws concerning treason and conspiracy.

Mr. Fine’s continued illegal confinement at the hands of such people as Yaffe with their low character has but one inevitable conclusion; the storming of the American Bastille by the masses who have been disenfranchised by the judicial and public official corrupt insurrection. If the higher courts lack the wit, morals, or commitment to duty to see this and correct this situation, then the end of this great Republic shall sit squarely on their shoulders and their fate and that of their kind will no doubt be that of the French aristocrats of the late 18th century and will be richly deserved.

Let us preserve both the Peace and our Republic by initiating a purge of these excrescences at the election polls.

Most Sincerely,

Brian O. Franklin