Monday, April 12, 2010

Supreme Court to Consider Richard Fine's Petition for Release

Okay, to catch up on recent events:

In late December 2009, Dr. Richard I. Fine filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court to be released from jail pending the outcome of the appeal process.  It was summarily denied by Justice Kennedy.  Or at least that seems to have been the case.  In actuality, Deputy Clerk Danny Bickell (Google him!) sent a letter advising that the petition had been denied, and there is no Order in the Court's file, signed or otherwise, addressing the true legal outcome.

Regardless, Dr. Fine then requested that the clerk transfer the file to Justice Ginsburg for consideration.  The clerk did so, according to the docket, on March 30th.  On April 7th, the docket was updated to include the notification that the case had been "distributed for conference of April 23, 2010."

On April 23rd, therefore, the nine ultimate guardians of American's right to due process, the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court, will consider whether corrupt California judges and county supervisors will finally be brought to heel.  Will the justices be able to rein in any inclination to protect their embarrassing and felonious brethren?  Will they be able to look past the arrogance of the unindicted judges who cavalierly assume the justices will compromise their own principles and legacies just to keep some crooks in robes out of jail?  They knowingly stole taxpayers' hard-earned dollars and granted themselves retroactive immunity from criminal prosecution and civil liability when they were finally caught.  Yet who goes to jail?  The one person, obviously, who refuses ... on principle ... to violate his sworn oath or kowtow to the faux muckety-mucks who've somehow fooled themselves into believing they are superior to their employers, We the People.  Luckily, November is just around the corner.

Here's hoping and praying the honorable justices will show all Americans what "integrity of the court" truly means. We'll know soon after April 23rd whether or not they appreciate the gravity of their oaths to protect and defend the Constitution.

The extermination of our basic right to due process, and to criticize judges who appear to have committed numerous high felonies over twenty years, MUST be addressed NOW.  The alternative future is truly too horrible to contemplate.  One thing is certain:  Historians will record this monstrous corruption scheme that, given the involved ten million or so felonies, surely at least qualifies for a Guiness record or something.  They will also debate at length the actions taken by the various entities and individuals Dr. Fine turned to.  Generations of descendants will bear the awful stigmas throughout their lives if their ancestors today fumble a momentous decision and sanction the very evil behavior that is, in large part, a perfect example of what ails America these days. 

We pray for the survival of Lady Justice.  So does Lady Liberty, who is equally horrified at the present state of affairs.

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