At best, if the targeted conduct is graphic and filmed and public outcry is intense, we get “police accountability” . . . an oxymoron given the DOJ’s notorious…
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Please join us in PUMPING UP THE PROTEST! Kindly circulate this message and do whatever you lawfully can to affirm that no one in America should be above the U.S. Constitution and certainly not the country’s law enforcement and correction officials, private lawyers, prosecutors, and judges.
The prospect of Joseph P. Carson securing the support of our national grassroots legal/judicial reform community transforms his 25 year long quest for OSC and MSPB accountability into a potential judicial accountability coup d’etat in America.
This note is to encourage some very practical steps in mobilizing to address human rights violations through U.S. legal system abuse as part of Opt IN USA and its coalition partners. Please accept our apology if you receive this message via multiple communication channels. We want it to reach as many people as possible contending with U.S. legal system abuse and related judicial misconduct. Some d…… See More
Again, Opt IN USA attributes the ineffectiveness of America’s legal system in redressing entrenched legal system abuse to a synergy of:quiescent lawyers and judges, subdued by the prospect of retaliatory professional discipline;ineffective federal agencies such as the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Office of Special Counsel;…See More
“What the proverbial ‘Powers That Be’ seem to miss is that when their noses are all red from being snubbed at rank and file Americans, implementation of the U.S. Constitution has become an arbitrary and capricious process; no more Rule of Law.”
National Forum On Judicial Accountability (NFOJA) supports judicial independence and appropriate judicial accountability in America. Through its 2015 advocacy,government petitions, and community outreach, the organization will be intensifying coverage of credible judicial misconduct allegations. Special emphasis will be placed on examples of Judicial Engineering and persecution as well as torture through U.S. legal system abuse.
Please promptly upload your relevant stories and evidence to NFOJA’s private online network at http://50states.ning.com By sharing this information on your personal NFOJA member and state-based group pages, you assist the organization in becoming a clearinghouse of U.S. legal system abuse facilitated by judicial misconduct. Centralizing data in this way also helps NFOJA identify persistent patterns undermining America’s administration of justice.
Thank you for your anticipated participation and ongoing support! Feel free to direct questions and/or comments to email@example.com/s/ NFOJA Administration – National Forum On Judicial Accountability – http://50states.ning.com
“At some point unchecked legal system bullying transforms the very nature of American government. Believe it or not, Indiana is at the cusp of confirming or thwarting that transformation. Indiana state and federal authorities are at the forefront of addressing apparent patterns of legal system abuse tantamount to persecution and mental torture prohibited by a host of domestic laws (including our U.S. Constitution) and America’s key international treaty agreements. Anything short of fair and impartial considerations of related evidence affirms what thousands of Americans have reported experiencing since about the late 90s: a near complete if not total failure of U.S. legal/judicial system oversight.
Over the course of this millennium, the U.S. Supreme Court has emphasized the lack of entitlement American citizens have to acts/actions committed to the discretion of their public officials. So it seems the ballot box is our only recourse when dissatisfied with the almost 100% government rejection of requests by average Americans to investigate, discipline, impeach, and/or prosecute one or more public officials. What the proverbial ‘Powers That Be’ seem to miss is that when their noses are all red from being snubbed at rank and file Americans, implementation of the U.S. Constitution has become an arbitrary and capricious process; no more Rule of Law.”
Zena Crenshaw-Logal, Co-Administrator of Opt IN USA and The Third Degree — www.thethirddegree.net – State Community Councils ·
Source: Power Over Poverty Under Laws of America… – Power Over Poverty Under Laws of America Restored
“JEDI, Judicial Engineering® Documented and Impeded, is likely to become America’s most comprehensive documentation of Judicial Engineering® and how it is addressed by U.S. government agencies” says the wiki’s administrators. They explain, “the wiki catalogs this unique form of judicial misconduct which is difficult to document for a variety of reasons.”
Against Child Violence & Abuse (PARENTAL ALIENATION is Child Abuse)· Link — The Equal Parent Presumption: Social Justice in the Legal Determination of Parenting After Divorce at Lawson E. Thomas Courthouse. — Miami, FL ·
Suggesting DNA tests be mandatory so a father knows it is his child in the same manner a mother would know, is a disgusting statement to make.
Making all men take a DNA test is a slap to the face of equal rights to your child. If you question it, by all means ask, but to say every man should be mandated to take a DNA test negates the fight that we have the same rights to the child. Instead mandatory DNA tests would show that men need confirmation before they step up.
A real man will take care of their children. A real man understands and realizes that being a biological reason for a child being alive is not the same as being a Father.
Having children is not a right, it’s a privilege. Both men and women need to be held accountable for their decisions when said child is born, not given more excuses to get away with being a crappy parent.
I’m looking for a support group for my boyfriend. I’m not sure where this group is based out of, but we are from Ontario, Canada. I’d like to find him some support within Canada, if you might point us in the right direction… Or perhaps post this anonymously to your page for us? His ex wife took off back to NFLD with their two children. My boyfriend is military and cannot just up and leave to move back without voluntarily releasing himself from his job. Now she is limiting phone calls and Skype calls and will not allow the children to ever “leave NFLD soil” to visit for alternate Xmas and summers. He and I DID break off this summer as he had decided, without me, that he was going back to live in NFLD to be around his children. He decided later, right before he actually left, that he ultimately needed me, and decided to stay, but is constantly torn. He needs some other fathers , perhaps in another situation to chat with. I can only offer so much, however I do not have any children to fully understand his difficulty…Jessica,
I agree to some extent that children need their mothers. I (at one time) was one of those who thought I was the only thing my children needed. I quickly learned to toss MY feelings aside and think of my CHILDREN and what THEY wanted. They need their fathers just as much as they need their mothers. 4 days a month you agonized over not having him by your side?!? Did you EVER once wonder how your CHILD felt when he left his father and didn’t go back for TWO WEEKS! ?
Parents need to learn to put their feelings aside and do what is best for the child. They are the ones who will be hurt growing up without having constant contact with a parent (especially a parent who LOVES and WANTS to be a part of their life.)Our letter was delivered thanking the Principal Deputy of the U.S. Assistant Attorney General and the Director of the U.S. Office for Access to Justice for their “Dear Colleague” letter to state and local courts of March 14, 2016.
Copy of thank you letter available @https://www.dropbox.com/s/z1cxddj4uhvp8mg/DOJ%20Thank%20You_finalized.pdf?dl=0
Two months ago I started a mediation process in court with my ex to get guaranteed time with my daughter who was then 10months old. I was granted one overnight from Sunday at 10am till Monday at 4pm and a visitation on Friday from 10am-230pm. My daughter is now a year old and we went back for a hearing and so I could get more time with my daughter and maybe a possible chance at 50/50 but who am I kidding? The judge tells me there’s now scientific research that the baby needs to be with the mother for a certain amount of time at such a young age. Well I’d love to see this research and I’d love to see how this applies to MY daughter. You don’t even know my daughter. When I take her to her mothers. She clings on to me and cries and does not want to go back to her mothers. The BM lives at home in a house that she hates. She is an alcoholic, so is her dad. She works at a liquor store and goes out all the time leaving my daughter with nana when she could be with her dad. So, if she needs this time with her mother and she isn’t getting it because momma wants to party. They’re telling me that it’s better my daughter be with nana and not daddy.After a year and a half of not seeing my oldest 2 kids I filed for 50/50 custody. In may of 2014 after getting upset not with the kids but BM I let it be known that I had the youngest one blood tested in 2009 and he wasn’t mine. I kept this this secret for 5 years. I never cared if he was mine or not I loved him. I could have handled it better just tired of kids hear half the truth about things from BM. In may of 2104 that was the last time I have seen them. Prior to this we had a verbal visitation arrangement. In August she filed to have my rights removed. Claimed that I had abandoned them. I was able to provide phone records and text messages. Inquiring about the kids and wanting to see them. This didn’t even make it to and judge before she and her lawyer dropped it. I have a good home, good job current on child support. I guess my question is my attorney is filing for temporary visitation. What can I expect here and things I need to prepare for.