Dr. Cordero: U.S. Judiciary Goes Rogue – 99.82% Complaints vs. Judges are Dismissed [video]

 

As many of us know, the US Judicial system is corrupt, and even if someone complains about a judge not doing their duty, it’s unlikely anything will come of the complaint lodged because they protect each other.

It’s just one more example of a government ‘against’ The People, rather than ‘for’ them.

Dr. Richard Cordero has examined the situation, declared that the judges have gone rogue and wrote a 500-page public report outlining the findings and his recommendations to remediate the situation.  ~ BP

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VANCOUVER, BC – In a ground-breaking interview from New York City, Dr. Richard Cordero, Esq., who holds a Cambridge doctorate and is an expert on the U.S. Judiciary, has revealed that the U.S. Judiciary is in fact a Rogue branch of the U.S. Government, unaccountable to any other agency or branch of government, and has become a force unto itself that retaliates against any official, office, agency or government branch that attempts to hold it accountable.

Some of the highlights of Dr. Cordero’s interview include the official statistics of the federal court that point to judges’ wrongdoing in a Judicial Branch that has gone Rogue:

1. “The Federal Judiciary holds all its administrative, adjudicative, policy-making, and disciplinary meetings behind closed doors and no press conferences.

2. “A single federal judge can hold unconstitutional what 535 members of Congress and the President have debated, voted, and enacted; such power entails the threat to doom the legislative agenda of any party and politician, including the President, that dare exercise constitutional checks and balances on judges, never mind investigate them.

3. “In the 225 years since the creation of the Federal Judiciary in 1789, only 8 federal judges have been impeached and removed.

4. “Chief circuit judges abuse their statutory self-disciplining authority by dismissing 99.82% of complaints against their peers; with other judges they deny up to 100% of appeals to review such dismissals.

5. “Up to 9 of every 10 appeals to the circuit courts are disposed of ad-hoc through no-reason summary orders or opinions so “perfunctory” that they are neither published nor precedential, mere fiats of raw judicial power.

6. “Justices are unelected yet life-tenured, as are district and circuit judges; the latter appoint bankruptcy judges for renewable 14-year terms with no consent of representatives of the people. These appointees [who received $37.3 billion in fees] decided in CY2010 who kept or received the $373 billion at stake in only personal bankruptcies. The most insidious corruptor is precisely money!

7. “About 95% of those bankruptcies are filed by individuals. Lacking the money to hire lawyers, the great majority of them appear pro se and, lacking the knowledge of the law needed to defend themselves, they fall prey to a bankruptcy fraud scheme run by judges and other bankruptcy and legal systems insiders.

8. “The overwhelming majority of litigants cannot afford to go up on appeal, whereby the unreviewability of their cases affords judges the opportunity for riskless disregard of the law and due process, and arbitrary decision-making.”

9. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor – – Dr. Cordero proposes “a Watergate-like generalized media investigation of wrongdoing in the Judiciary guided by the query, “What did the President and judges know about Then-Judge Sotomayor’s concealment of assets and other judges’ wrongdoing, and when did they know it?” and aimed at demanding that the President release the FBI vetting report on her. The presentation will be an Emile Zola I accuse!-like denunciation to pioneer judicial unaccountability reporting.”

10. Secret NSA/FISA Courts – Dr. Cordero states “The evidence of judges’ wrongdoing will introduce the call for ‘reverse surveillance’ over them by We the People, as opposed to the mass surveillance over the People by the NSA with judges’ rubberstamping approval revealed by Edward Snowden. The presentation can give rise to the formation of a multidisciplinary team of students, professors, journalists, and civil rights advocates to conduct reverse surveillance through a Follow the money! and IT Follow the wire! investigation. The team can organize the first of a series of multimedia conferences to report to the national public its findings and expose judges’ pattern of disregard of the law.

Dr. Cordero: U.S. Judiciary goes Rogue – 99.82% complaints vs. Judges are dismissed; U.S. Justice Sonia Sotomayor hides assets with impunity

Exposing Judges’ Unaccountability and Consequent Riskless Wrongdoing: Pioneering the News and Publishing field
of Judicial Unaccountability Reporting

Dr. Cordero has published a 500 page public report of his documented findings on the U.S. Judiciary that can be downloaded here (PDF):

Download DrRCordero-Honest_Jud_Advocates

http://exopolitics.blogs.com/files/drrcordero-honest_jud_advocates.pdf

Dr. Cordero is developing a team of professionals to expose judges’ wrongdoing, and advocate judicial reform.  Dr. Cordero can be contacted at: Dr.Richard.Cordero.Esq@gmail.com

References:

http://Judicial-Discipline-Reform.org

Report : Exposing Judges’ Unaccountability (PDF)
http://Judicial-Discipline-Reform.org/OL/DrRCordero-Honest_Jud_Advocates.pdf

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Sheriff Mack Calls Out Glenn Beck over the Bundy Standoff [video] & Arizona Reps Go to Nevada

Thanks to Ben Swann for bringing this to our attention.

I’m clapping, can you hear? Oh, if we only had a handful of sheriffs like Mack in every state… America would be a very different place.

I hope people who are trying to understand the situation (or believe they already do) will listen to this. It doesn’t get any clearer.

Harry Reid is doing his best to obfuscate the issues and point the blame—and the guns—directly at Bundy, while Bundy and his family are heroes and setting an example for ALL Americans.

If The People don’t stand up for their rights, they are acquiescing to the will of the corrupt federal government and will be powerless. If you don’t say ‘NO!’, you’re saying ‘Yes’.

That’s what all this is about; steamrolling the constitutional rights of Americans and hoping The People will continue to ignore the situation and go about their business while their country and their constitution are destroyed—right under their noses. 

Everyone—including militias and constitutional sheriffs—within a thousand mile radius should be on that ranch and standing with Bundy. Then we would see how insistent the feds and their hired guns are.  That is what it has come to.

Are Americans going to continue to roll over and play dead, or fight for what is theirs?  If this is handled well, the feds will just have to leave—never to return.  And maybe someone will arrest Harry Reid and his son.  ~ BP

 

Aha! Look what I just found. Take a look at the notice on the CSPOA (Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association) web site today.  ~ BP

Sheriff Mack travels with other CSPOA members to stand with Nevada rancher against the BLM

Many of you have called or emailed regarding the storm brewing between Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and the BLM.  We all know how we feel about the all-too-frequent bullying of individual citizens by various Feds with their usurped, unconstitutional powers.  It’s an epidemic that must be stopped.Well, we want you to know we ARE doing something about it, and thankfully this time we’re not alone.  Sheriff Mack is leaving early Saturday morning for an emergency trip to Bunkerville, Nevada, along with other members of the CSPOA posse (hopefully that’s some of you!) to stand vigil and find a peaceful resolution to this conflict (i.e., the feds going home).

AND this late-breaking news as per Lyle Rapacki today:

State Senate President Andy Biggs and House of Reps Speaker Dave Livingston have both agreed that Arizona should be involved in supporting CSPOA and Oath Keepers in going to Bunkerville, NV to support the movement for freedom there with the Cliven Bundy family. State Senators Al Melvin, Chester Crandall, and Kelly Ward along with State Reps Brenda Barton, Bob Thorpe, Kelly Townsend and Warren Peterson are all planning to be at the Bundy ranch by Sunday morning. Furthermore, they all plan to attend the Press Conference Monday afternoon with the CSPOA and Oath Keepers along with the Bundys and other sheriffs and public officials from across the country.

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We hope you understand how HUGE this is, that state senators and reps are supporting the CSPOA and the Oath Keepers!  We are not alone!

We want to see YOU at this event.  The more support we show in numbers, the more seriously they will take us.  If you are not able to attend, please consider donating to a special fund we have set up for this cause.  We have dozens, possibly hundreds to help pay for and feed. For those of you who can’t make it and would like to help CSPOA and Oath Keepers pay for this huge undertaking, please contribute whatever you can.

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Meet The Five Eyes Alliance: They’re Spying on You [video]

Before you get to the video, I’d like to comment on the Snowden/NSA topic.

Many claim “Edward Snowden didn’t leak anything we didn’t already know.”

That depends on who “we” is.

Whether Snowden revealed anything or not that insiders and those who’ve studied the surveillance state already knew is completely irrelevant and I’m tired of hearing it.

Snowden’s leaks—whether authentic or staged—had one huge impact we can’t ignore and that was of MAJOR importance in the awakening of Humanity:

IT MADE THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA! 

Now the whole world knows what the cabal/Illuminati has been doing in that regard for decades and it opened their eyes to other things, undermined the blind faith in the American government (thanks in part to the lies from Clapper) and allowed for possibilities in other areas where citizens may need to question their view of what’s really happening in the world and why. 

It got people to question what else the government has lied about. It got people to “Rethink 911″, question who shot Kennedy, was Sandy Hook a false flag, why are they forcing gun control and a host of other suspicious propaganda.

It got many to see that war is a racket that only benefits the ruling elite.  It got thousands of people to protest the treatment of the veterans and march on Washington.

It got people to wonder what else the control freaks have in mind for us in the future and to entertain the idea that maybe we’re not just a bunch of conspiracy theorists.

It got people to devise alternative communication platforms that cannot be hacked by the NSA. It got people to draft bills to cut off utilities to NSA facilities in Maryland and Utah—and that’s just the beginning.

It’s not so much WHAT Snowden shared, but where it went, and it went where it needed to go; to the masses. It was the right information from the right source at the right time. Divine timing. None of this is an accident. 

One incident does not often in itself bring great awareness or change. It’s the synergistic sequence of related events that builds a crescendo to a massive shift in attitude and awareness—and hopefully—reform. 

Did the New World Order create their new world over night? No. They have been incrementally implementing each step as they laid it out decades, even hundreds of years ago; each phase building on the previous. Rome wasn’t built in a day, either.

Many truths have been shared with the public but it took the right one; the one that resonated with the greatest number of people to stop them in their tracks and make them ask how that could possibly be going on without their knowledge.

America was supposed to be about freedom. Suddenly people didn’t feel free any longer.

 A poll in October 2013 showed that only 19% of Americans trust the federal government.

Snowden’s actions were the catalyst for greater acts of valour that will set Earth’s people free. We needn’t diminish the importance of that selfless offering by saying we already knew all that.

Very few knew what the NSA was doing… but now they do, and because they know, they can stop it. ~ BP

And now for our feature film… from Brasscheck TV

How it works It’s illegal, theoretically, for the US to spy on its own citizens, but it’s not illegal for the UK or Canada to spy on them – and visa versa.

Meet the Five Eyes Alliance: The US, the UK, Canada, New Zealand and Australia “help” each other out by spying on each other’s citizens.

Actually activists have known about this since the 1980s (Read old issues of Covert Quarterly.) But thankfully this knowledge is now becoming common knowledge.

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NDAA 2014 Being Fast-Tracked Through Congress

Via Drake.  What are you going to do about it, America?

You know it’s no accident they are addressing this NOW, at Christmas, when people are scrambling to shop, travel, plan food, parties, and otherwise deal with all the distractions from what really matters. Americans need to call their Congressmen and demand they represent The People—or else.  ~ BP

 

NDAA 2014 Being Fast-Tracked Through Congress

The 2014 version of the National Defense Authorization Act is said to be going through congress with lightning speed. With all the controversy surrounding the dangerous provisions approved under the last 2 versions, it is no wonder that congress is attempting to fast-track this latest bill before the American people catch wind of it.

For those that recall, it was the NDAA bill for 2012 that first codified into “law” the dangerous provisions for indefinite detention without trial or even a lawyer for any person even suspected of being some type of threat to the US government. It also stipulated that members of our military could be used against its citizens in facilitating such arrests and that the accused could be held in military or foreign prisons off of our shores. It also went a step further and granted tremendously dangerous authority to a President of the United States to “legally” assassinate such individuals merely accused of supposedly being a threat to the US.

A recent article published by the New American has sounded the alarm that the 2014 version of the NDAA is currently being pushed through congress in time for a final vote before the end of the year with barely any time left for the American people to voice objections.

Section 1071 of this bill is an even further expansion of dangerous provisions. It is like a dreadful merging of NSA-acquired spying documentation fused together with the indefinite detention provisions of the Department of Defense. It authorizes a better sharing of all the illegally obtained and cataloged NSA data into a new center called the “Conflict Records Research Center”. This data referred to as “captured records” can be anything from phone records, emails, browsing history or even posts on social media sites.

This time around, one thing is for certain, no member of congress should be allowed to get away with claiming ignorance of the dangerous provisions included in this bill. The American people are much more aware of the NDAA’s provisions than they were originally, approximately 2 years ago. Members of congress voting in favor of this bill under any circumstances without the elimination of section 1071 and all other sections that virtually shred our Bill of Rights should serve as a litmus test for the 2014 elections.

No exceptions, no more excuses.

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Update on the NSA’s Surveillance and Edward Snowden

Suggest you visit Richard Presser’s blog for a comprehensive update on this and a letter from Edward Snowden directly to the people of Brazil.  Thanks, Richard. ~ BP

Richard says:

As you may know, a US Judge has ruled strongly against the NSA’s blanket surveillance, ruling it unconstitutional (it seems that still has some meaning in the US, although has mostly been skirted around).

This article from the N.Y. Times entitled A Powerful Rebuke of Mass Surveillance gets to the essence of things.

Also, Edward Snowden has recently sent an open letter to the Brazilian people, and given we hear very little directly from him, I produce it in full below. You can find it here.

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How Laura Poitras Helped Snowden Spill His Secrets

Thanks to the CE-5 Initiative on Facebook for the heads up.

This story is really well done. I think you’ll enjoy it. Until The Event, it will probably be the biggest story of the year and instrumental in waking up the general public to the appalling breach of citizen privacy on the part of the U.S. shadow government.

This past January, Laura Poitras received a curious e-mail from an anonymous stranger requesting her public encryption key. For almost two years, Poitras had been working on a documentary about surveillance, and she occasionally received queries from strangers. She replied to this one and sent her public key — allowing him or her to send an encrypted e-mail that only Poitras could open, with her private key — but she didn’t think much would come of it.

The stranger responded with instructions for creating an even more secure system to protect their exchanges. Promising sensitive information, the stranger told Poitras to select long pass phrases that could withstand a brute-force attack by networked computers. “Assume that your adversary is capable of a trillion guesses per second,” the stranger wrote.

Before long, Poitras received an encrypted message that outlined a number of secret surveillance programs run by the government. She had heard of one of them but not the others. After describing each program, the stranger wrote some version of the phrase, “This I can prove.”

Seconds after she decrypted and read the e-mail, Poitras disconnected from the Internet and removed the message from her computer. “I thought, O.K., if this is true, my life just changed,” she told me last month. “It was staggering, what he claimed to know and be able to provide. I just knew that I had to change everything.”

Poitras remained wary of whoever it was she was communicating with. She worried especially that a government agent might be trying to trick her into disclosing information about the people she interviewed for her documentary, including Julian Assange, the editor of WikiLeaks. “I called him out,” Poitras recalled. “I said either you have this information and you are taking huge risks or you are trying to entrap me and the people I know, or you’re crazy.”

The answers were reassuring but not definitive. Poitras did not know the stranger’s name, sex, age or employer (C.I.A.? N.S.A.? Pentagon?). In early June, she finally got the answers. Along with her reporting partner, Glenn Greenwald, a former lawyer and a columnist for The Guardian, Poitras flew to Hong Kong and met the N.S.A. contractor Edward J. Snowden, who gave them thousands of classified documents, setting off a major controversy over the extent and legality of government surveillance. Poitras was right that, among other things, her life would never be the same.

Greenwald lives and works in a house surrounded by tropical foliage in a remote area of Rio de Janeiro. He shares the home with his Brazilian partner and their 10 dogs and one cat, and the place has the feel of a low-key fraternity that has been dropped down in the jungle. The kitchen clock is off by hours, but no one notices; dishes tend to pile up in the sink; the living room contains a table and a couch and a large TV, an Xbox console and a box of poker chips and not much else. The refrigerator is not always filled with fresh vegetables. A family of monkeys occasionally raids the banana trees in the backyard and engages in shrieking battles with the dogs.

Glenn Greenwald, a writer for The Guardian, at home in Rio de Janeiro.
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Glenn Greenwald, a writer for The Guardian, at home in Rio de Janeiro.

Greenwald does most of his work on a shaded porch, usually dressed in a T-shirt, surfer shorts and flip-flops. Over the four days I spent there, he was in perpetual motion, speaking on the phone in Portuguese and English, rushing out the door to be interviewed in the city below, answering calls and e-mails from people seeking information about Snowden, tweeting to his 225,000 followers (and conducting intense arguments with a number of them), then sitting down to write more N.S.A. articles for The Guardian, all while pleading with his dogs to stay quiet. During one especially fever-pitched moment, he hollered, “Shut up, everyone,” but they didn’t seem to care.

Amid the chaos, Poitras, an intense-looking woman of 49, sat in a spare bedroom or at the table in the living room, working in concentrated silence in front of her multiple computers. Once in a while she would walk over to the porch to talk with Greenwald about the article he was working on, or he would sometimes stop what he was doing to look at the latest version of a new video she was editing about Snowden. They would talk intensely — Greenwald far louder and more rapid-fire than Poitras — and occasionally break out laughing at some shared joke or absurd memory. The Snowden story, they both said, was a battle they were waging together, a fight against powers of surveillance that they both believe are a threat to fundamental American liberties.

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Activists Storm Office of New York Congressman Who Voted for NSA Spying

If anyone has the guts to do this… it’s New Yorkers! I believe their activities will wake up a few people.

Activists Storm Office of Congressman Who Voted for NSA Spying

Six activists from the anti-surveillance group Restore the Fourth paid an unexpected visit to the office of a New York Congressman in protest of the vote which allowed the National Security Agency to continue collecting Americans’ phone records without a warrant.

The action is intended to call out Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-NY) and the more than 200 other members of Congress that voted down an amendment last week aimed at curtailing the NSA’s collection of domestic calling records. The group said they wouldn’t leave until Meeks apologizes for his “no” vote and commits to fighting against surveillance programs which collect data on Americans without a warrant or suspicion of wrongdoing.

Activists storm office of Congressman who voted for NSA spying

“Rep. Meeks #Voted4BigBrother and against the 4th Amendment.”

“Representative Meeks #Voted4BigBrother and against the 4th Amendment, his constituents, and the rights of every American,” said Ben Doernberg, a Restore the Fourth organizer and one of the sit-in’s participants. “Perhaps Meeks’ largest election campaign donor over the last 3 years, AT&T, which charges taxpayers $325 for every wiretap it activates, played a role in his vote.”

The group also delivered a “thank you” cake to the office of another New York Congressman, Rep. Hakim Jeffries (D-NY), who voted for the anti-spying amendment.

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Led by Reps. Justin Amash (R-MI) and John Conyers (D-MI), the amendment proposed adding language to a defense spending bill forbidding the NSA’s indiscriminate collection of phone records by limiting the program to “people suspected of involvement in a terrorist plot.” The measure received strong bipartisan support, but was narrowly defeated in a 205 to 217 vote after last-minute lobbying from the intelligence community and the Obama administration. However, the close call has demonstrated strong support for NSA reform within Congress. Recent polling also indicates a “significant shift in public opinion” on the balance between security and civil liberties following last month’s disclosures from Edward Snowden.

The sit-in was a change of tactics for Restore the Fourth, which previously organized anti-NSA rallies that took place in over 100 US cities on July 4th. Unlike those previous actions, where organizers instructed participants to not engage in “civil disobedience,” members of Restore the Fourth said they would not leave the Congressman’s office until their demands were met, and broadcasted the event on Ustream while taking questions on Reddit.

The group says its next rally will be held on August 4th as part of “1984 Day” in New York City’s Bryant Park.

Update [3:50pm]: Rep. Meeks has delayed his flight to Washington, DC and is now meeting with members of Restore the Fourth.

Update [5:15pm]: It looks like Restore the Fourth at least got the discussion they wanted. The group has decided to leave Rep. Meeks office after an “intense 20-minute debate,” and should be posting a video of their meeting shortly.

“I do not believe we’ve had a violation of the Fourth Amendment as interpreted by the courts thus far,” said Rep. Meeks during his meeting with the Reddit-based group this afternoon. He emphasized the importance of the FISA courts which issue the recurring surveillance orders, but wouldn’t comment specifically on whether he believes the process comports with the text of the Fourth Amendment, which requires a warrant to specify the persons or places to be searched, and the things to be seized.

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