|The judge KNEW he was filing a VOID order in 1995, and once it was done he convinced EIGHT other judges to cover up his misconduct with yet additional VOID orders. Even the SEVEN Justices of the Georgia Supreme Court made the choice to participate in the cover up. This is a CRIME of the COURTS.....and a violation of 18 U.S.C.§§1961-68.....the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act!|
They believed they were the elite. They believed they were above the law. They believed they could dupe the average person into believing justice, according to the Law, had been served, simply on the APPEARANCE of justice. They (the judges) conspired and filed their Orders.
They think they got away with it. Just like a criminal who isn't caught and is free to strike again."Under color of law" is a phrase that means using the appearance of law to commit fraud. The U.S. Supreme Court has defined "acting under color of law" as:
Intentional misuse of that authority for personal gain is fraud. Intentional misuse of that authority which causes a deprivation of liberty or right is a criminal act. When a judge, acting with power possessed by virtue of his/her employment with the state, commits fraud against a citizen, does that judge then have a right to immunity? Is not a judge above the law? According to the U.S. Supreme Court:
This series of six cases began in 1994 and can be verified in the records of the Georgia courts. They are long and convoluted. The length allows the conspiracy. The intricacies allow excuses. Although some of the cases are still "open" today, they have been effectively suppressed by the Georgia Supreme Court with the three monkey approach. See nothing, hear nothing, speak nothing. It is POWER out of control.
Terrorism hit us from behind, so we justifiably turned around to fight. We've been asked to be aware, to speak up, so others might see terrorism before it strikes. This is terrorism of a different kind. It is the judicial system striking it's own, those it swears to protect.
Is it acceptable that one who is "above the law," should be allowed to act "under color of office?" Where are the checks and balances? Who controls regulation of our courts? There is NO one who can protect our constitutional rights when the Courts choose to engage in racketeering and conspiracy because they believe they are "above the law."
This is a true story about judicial misconduct, from the Cobb County Superior Court to the Georgia Supreme Court. It doesn't require a law degree to understand how this happened, or even the intricacies of the abuse. This has evidently been a "game" to many of these public servants, rising to the level of RICO. They change the rules and the playing field when it suits them. They CAN. They own the ball. WE gave it to them when we elected them.
This website is dedicated to exposing the actions of specific Georgia judges and justices. The reason for the exposure is simple........ protection of the innocent through empowerment with knowledge. It will be updated regularly and methodically, to expose the evidence, piece by piece.
If you choose to read ahead, you may check out the cases in the clerks' offices. Make your own evaluations. Georgia Supreme Court Case Number S01A1424. Warning! If you read ahead, be prepared to be deceived. They really are very good with the cover-up.If you have suffered similar injustice at the hands of the Honorable, I hope you will share your experience so others can be warned.
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