J.A.I.L. News Journal
Los Angeles, California February 21, 2005
Will Government Fix
The Broken Judicial
this point the only remedy seems to be Impeachment of
Date: Sat, 12 Feb 2005 20:15:30 -0000
From: "doubleolly" <email@example.com
Subject: Broken Judicial System
It is beyond the
scope of my understanding to justify the actions of
Judges in their courts.
This means all courts including the U.S.
is how these Judges continually work really hard to
find some narrow issue
within the Case at hand to rule on, rather
than facing and ruling on the
Main Issue. Also their reluctance to
have all the facts, witnesses and
pertinent law introduced.
Their sworn Oath of Office must mean very
little to them, as either
the defendant or plaintiff is denied Justice in
Case at Hand which I
also believe is a denial of Due Process.
nothing about law but some first hand knowledge in the
lets me realize there is a STRONG political
connection between the Courts
At this point the only remedy seems to be Impeachment of
My observation of the impeachment of a Tennessee Judge (Raulston
Schoolfield) in the 1950s (his Waterloo was too many Nol-Prossed
leads me to believe that a movement needs to be started,
taking a Cue from
the Republicans who took dead aim at Daschle's
seat in the U.S.
Select one Judge and with petitions, publicity and pressure on
legislature, attempt to remove him from office. Either State or Federal
I strongly recommend you visit our website at href="../../State_Chapters/dc/DC_initiative.doc">www.jail4judges.org and read especially
the Mission Statement and the Constitution & By-Laws for basic information
about J.A.I.L. Read also our many articles in the JNJ Library. "J.A.I.L."
stands for "Judicial Accountability Initiative Law", and in the non-initiative
states, it's "Judicial Accountability & Integrity Legislation." The
objectives are the same. One is passed by initiative by the People; the other by
legislation by the state legislature.
Only the People are going to
be able to prevent the abuse of judicial power which is responsible for
government abuse generally. The People are going to
have to establish an independent, autonomous (non-government) process by which
they can hold judges accountable to constitutional rule, including due process
There is a strong political connection between ALL
three branches of government, with the judiciary at the helm. It is through the
judicial spigot that all government corruption flows. The federal judiciary are
supposed to be the "guardian of individual's rights" and they have the judicial
responsibility to see to it that the people have a judicial remedy for any
wrongs they claim-- in other words, Redress of Grievances. That is up to the
judiciary to provide to the People. No matter what branch of government is the
source of their grievances, it is up to the judicial to provide the remedy for
the People. The purpose of government as a whole is to protect the rights of the
People, however it is ultimately the judiciary that
must provide the means by which this government protection is guaranteed and
See "How The Judiciary Stole The Right To
Petition" by John Wolfgram
That judicial process is called "Due Process of Law."
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled many times "The touchstone of due process is
protection of the individual against arbitrary action of government." Dent v.
West Virginia, 129 U.S. 114, 123 (1889); Wolff v. McDonnell, 418 U.S. 539, 558
(1974); Parratt v. Taylor, 451 U.S. 527, 549 (1981); Daniels v. Williams, 474
U.S. 327, 331 (1986). It's the judiciary that must
bring that touchstone to bear-- to make it happen.
Now since it's the People
whose rights are at stake and in need of government protection, it is the duty
of the People to see that "the touchstone of due
process" actually takes place. So it boils down to the People versus
the judiciary regarding the protection of our rights. And who
serves whom?? We certainly don't serve the judiciary, nor government generally.
They are there to serve us!
So, to whom do the People look for a remedy when
government fails to provide one as they are required to do? Do we
look to another branch of government? to
ANY branch of government? The Impeachment of
Judges is done by Congress-- another branch of
government. Is Congress "the guardian of People's
rights"? Is it the duty of Congress to provide Due
Process of Law for the People? Mr. Branson has petitioned Congress more than
once for Articles of Impeachment against several federal judges after completely
exhausting the judicial process without a remedy, and Congress has not even
acknowledged receipt of the petition, let alone
do anything about it. Included with his last petition to
Congress was a copy of the Federal J.A.I.L. Bill which he wrote because there is
no due process in court. The silence from Congress is deafening!
A "movement" to impeach judges needs to be
started?? Such "movement" already exists-- it's called "Federal
Judicial Accountability & Integrity Legislation" (Federal J.A.I.L.). See
paragraph (p) thereof, Removal. The J.A.I.L. movement has
existed almost ten years. Why hasn't it been passed?
Apparently not enough people yet realize the
seriousness of the problem of judicial tyranny in this country. Too many people
think that it's someone else's problem-- not theirs. Too many people are still
searching for a solution while discounting J.A.I.L., saying
it's "unworkable" or "unacceptable" --without even giving J.A.I.L. a chance
to prove itself. And do these people who discount J.A.I.L. have anything better
to offer? No! They either propose that we "DEMAND" justice in one
form or another from government-- the very tyrants that
are damaging the People; or they are quick to suggest we go into
armed revolution-- as if that's going to solve the
problem of tyranny.
We already have a Declaration of Independence for which
our founders fought and died, and the principles of which are
ignored today by government because IT CAN with
impunity! The People have no way of enforcing the
terms of the Constitution on government, leaving government unaccountable to the
People. J.A.I.L. is designed to finally provide the People the means to enforce
the Constitution in order to get the needed protection of their rights to
which they are entitled.
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