her ex parte motion against me is still pending, and is not withdrawn or dismissed - that's the motion
- that was never served upon me, but
- was heard in an ex parte manner at an ex parte hearing in June of 2016,
- the transcript of the hearing was then sealed from me, and
- attorney Donnelly claims I am not entitled to see the transcript of how a motion against me is being discussed behind my back and without notice to me is still pending.
Yet, attorney Woodruff Carroll of Syracuse, NY, in two sworn statements to the court, in opposition to my motion to get access to that transcript, claimed that the motion is "moot" because it was withdrawn and dismissed by Ms. Donnelly.
That's perjury, isn't it?
And, that's a crime of fraud upon the court (state crime, Judiciary Law 487) and a federal crime of wire fraud, isn't it? Because attorney Carroll actually filed those fraudulent statements using the electronic filing system over the Internet.
Because it cannot be that BOTH attorney Carroll - who claims that attorney Donnelly's ex parte motion was withdrawn or dismissed, and attorney Donnelly who claims the opposite - could be right.
By the way, attorney Donnelly preferred not to put her claim into a sworn format, instead cautiously submitting it as a "letter" pleading, contrary to the court's Local Rules - but that's ok, since her last name is not Neroni, she can violate the court rules in whichever way she wants.
And, both of these attorneys claimed that everything that is happening - with the ongoing ex parte communications on top of the 28 ex parte communications that were already subject of my motion to recuse, and the pending ex parte motion of Ms. Donnelly, which, according to Ms. Donnelly, was already heard in an ex parte manner, and the transcript of the oral argument of the motion is sealed from me - are all good law and procedure, and that they should not be subject to sanctions for that.
I guess, new law was introduced that I somehow missed, that courts of United States are exempt from applying the U.S. Constitution wherever Tatiana Neroni is concerned and are free to discuss her in an ex parte manner, and that is good and dandy.
It will be interesting to see what the court will rule based on all of those submissions of attorneys Carroll and Donnelly.
I've just got a court ruling, in another case, but by the same NDNY court, sanctioning me for non-appearance at a deposition for which I was never served with notice, and for disregarding a court order that I was similarly never served with - where the non-service was by the same "magistrate" (whose term expired in May of 2016 and no order of reappointment was published at the time he handled, as a judge, the ex parte hearing in June of 2016).
That ruling is just a continuation of what is being done in Argro - I am simply not entitled to notice where my rights are concerned.
I cannot file through the electronic filing system, the ECF, because I am "suspended" - or, as NDNY Judge Kahn falsely claimed in today's court order, disbarred.
But, by the court rules, I also cannot be served through ECF - but those rules do not matter.
Judicial whims matter. We are not in Russia, after all, where judges are not allowed to rule on a whim - only based on the law.
And judicial whims in our neck of woods called the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York are - to kick me, again and again, in disregard of any law, to deny me any rights that other people have, simply because of who I am - the critic of judicial misconduct.
Well, there is a saying - he laughs best who laughs last.
And, we are yet to see who laughs best, aren't we?