January 31, 2005
The below was sent to Ron
Branson by Ronald Wedge requesting I, Ron Branson, respond
to William (Bill) Price's comments regarding federal
My first comment is that
William's statement that "Ron is wrong," is not unique. I have been
charged with that very thing several times by many others,
including, "Ron, you're wrong, you're wrong, your wrong! You're
always wrong!" This is only the beginning of the year, and
while I try to do my best to be perfect, and I am already
wrong within the first month. So much for my New Year's
William, it is hard for me to
keep from laughing, but I am not laughing at you, it is just that I
cannot contain myself at your words, "Your criminal complaint under this law cannot be
dismissed - repeat cannot be dismissed."
William, I am well experienced at what you are talking
about. I guess I need you to convince our U.S. Attorney
here in Los Angeles about the fact that they cannot "dismiss" a
criminal complaint against a federal judge. I was told by them that
they were "unable to prosecute." This got cynical.
Check applicable boxes:
Not enough staff?
No one in the office is qualified to prosecute?
Out of money?
4) Don't have
Don't have jurisdiction?
Don't want to be bothered?
Experiencing an office sick-out
They have always tried to play
dodge ball with me. I pushed a criminal
complaint over the U.S. Attorney to the U.S. Department of
Justice who referred me over to the F.B.I.. The F.B.I.
waited a full year, and then wrote me to say they were dismissing my
criminal complaint against the federal judge, but gave
no reason whatsoever. Again, which of the above ten reasons
apply? Not one prosecutor has ever told me in any of my
criminal complaints that there was no crime committed by the
judge, or that there was insufficient grounds to prosecute. The
complaints are always just "dismissed."
William, I currently have
around six complaints before Congress for Impeachment. The best
I have ever heard from Congress on these impeachments was
in one case a letter acknowledging that they had "received
a complaint making criminal allegations against a federal
judge." My follow-ups and added complaints against other judges
have produced no further results. For an approximate ongoing ten
years, I have received nothing from Congress. They are just plain
afraid to respond.
Please be informed that there
are now so many complaints filed against federal judges with
prosecutors and Congress so as to make these congressmen knock their
knees together in fear that this thing might blow up on
them. If there is one thing that these
prosecutors want above all else is to keep judicial
corruption under wraps.
By the grace of
God J.A.I.L. we shall blow this judicial corruption wide
open to the full light of day, while gaining the praise of
this nation as we prove to be our enemies worse nightmare.
Their only hope is that we fail in that mission.
William, you are free to
state "Ron is wrong," that is your prerogative. I am not hurt at
all, and you should know that your criticism is like
throwing a bucket of cold water on a duck. Hopefully you will
discover one day the truth, "Ron is right!" and
further that "Ron Is Very Right!"
William, I am still working
on perfection, but I don't need to have my eyes opened on your
instant point that all we need to do is report these criminal
activities of judges to the proper prosecutor.
God bless you, dear
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, January 30, 2005 8:27 AM
Ron is wrong, and that is why we
are reporting these judges under 18 USC, Chapter 1, Section 4,
"Misprision of Felony." You have a duty under the law to report such
when committed by a judge, or anyone else.
Your criminal complaint under
this law cannot be dismissed - repeat cannot be dismissed. This
is where Jail4Judges needs to get off the pity party stuff and get on
board with reporting the judges who are breaking the law, and not
living up to their constitutional requirement of "good
You can forward my
e-mail to Jail 4judges and let them in on how to deal with
judges who commit crimes of fraud, perjury etc.