Today, witches came out into the open and promised to protect your rights.
For example, Karen Peters, the Chief Judge of the Appellate Division 3rd Department, sued multiple times for civil rights violations - and always claiming her "absolute judicial immunity for malicious and corrupt acts" against any liability, Karen Peters who sat forever on the State Commission for Judicial Conduct protecting judges from discipline, and at the same time on the disciplinary court taking away attorney's licenses for criticism of such judges, claimed support of the 14th Amendment and especially its due process clause.
I will re-post her article in larger font, piece by piece, so that those who sued Peters for misconduct would see the witch's lies pouring, like frogs, out of her mouth.
Who can celebrate what does not exist?
Only witches like Peters do, because that's her job to make sure that the rule of law is substituted by the rule of whim of Peters and her politically connected friends. By the way - Peters will soon turn, if she did not turn yet, 70, let's see which law firm takes her under their wing, to grease the "wheels of justice" and the "rule of law".
Here is another frog from Peter's mouth:
That's a big ugly, bold, green frog. Because, first, how can one, with clear conscience, reinforce "public faith" in what does not exist?
On the other hand, Peters is right - only public FAITH, like in "blind faith", like in "religious faith" can be maintained in the "rule of law" (and reinforced, I guess - which is what Peters is doing by taking law licenses of critics of judicial misconduct) in the absence that rule of law.
After all, Peters is not just a witch, she is an educated witch, and she knows what fideism means - only faith is independent of reason, you believe something because it cannot be proven right or wrong, but because your "leaders" (parents, community 'leaders', church leaders) tell you that this is what you absolutely MUST believe - and, importantly, never question.
So, witch Peters confirmed that, by heading the court that disciplines lawyers for criticism of judicial misconduct, and by denial of reinstatement motions no matter how the law changes after the initial discipline, she is doing "her part to reinforce public FAITH in the rule of law".
So, faith it is. Like immaculate conception. You will not come to a court of law claiming that a child was born through an immaculate conception, will you? Similarly, when a judge who is regularly sued for civil rights violations, including MALICIOUS and CORRUPT acts in office, suddenly claims that she embraces and toils to "reinforce public faith in the rule of law", that's a large big frog jumping out of that judge's mouth - and it is not a stand-up comedy act, because this judge is hurting real people with her actions.
Here is the list of lawsuits against Karen Peters in federal courts:
Peters even has a civil rights cases where she sues - me - as a plaintiff. Of course, that IS a stand-up comedy act, because it was my civil rights lawsuit against Peters that the incompetent NDNY staff reversed so that Peters would sound as a plaintiff, and I - as a defendant - see Case No. 3:2013-cv-00180 highlighted in the list above. Of course, I am not a "state actor" (Peters is), so Peters could not possibly have sued me in a civil rights action (code 440 next to the Case No. is a civil rights case) - but who cares for the "rule of law".
Peters also let out of her witch's mouth yet another frog:
Who serves whom is a big question.
For example, Karen Peters did not include into her frog-dropping article, among descriptions of how she honors, cherishes and reinforces "the rule of law", that, while she was sued in federal court since 2004, a judge of her court (Thomas Mercure), who is an all-around expert in judicial ethics, was part of the so-called "State-Federal Judicial Council" "as one of five state judges meeting regularly with five federal judges to facilitate the disposition of cases in both court systems".
So, while she was sued in a federal court, her colleague was having backroom meeting with judges of the same court to fix cases where she appeared as a defendant.
Nor did Peters disclose that her colleague on that "Council" was "advised" by a law partner of a member of attorney disciplinary committee that Peters appointed - of John R. Casey - and that that firm also had in their pocket, and was wining and dining Judge Lawrence Kahn, and magistrate David Peebles, through yet another secret membership organization, the American Inns of Court.
So, let me count:
- Judge Peters' colleague Thomas Mercure was fixing federal lawsuits against her through a secret Council, composition of which I will have to sue both court system to disclose - they both are stalling my Freedom of Information requests;
- Thomas Mercure was "advised" in that Council by Hiscock & Barclays partner, an attorney who was appearing before both courts she was "advising";
- Judge Peters appointed another partner from Hiscock & Barlays, John R. Casey, to the attorney disciplinary committee, so that he would eliminate critics of the judiciary - and he did, he started disciplinary proceedings against both my husband and myself (by the way, we both ran a free legal clinic in an under-served rural area of upstate New York, without any fanfare on Law Day, like other local lawyers did - advertising that they will provide a whole of 15 minutes of free consultations on that Law Day as a "service to the public". We, and that especially refers to my husband, were on-call with free consultations around the clock for many years, my husband gave consultations for free for 37 years of his legal career);
- Hiscock & Barclay partners were also appointed to the disciplinary committee of the court where they advised (through State-Federal Judicial Council) and wined and dined (through American Inns of Court) U.S. District Judge Lawrence Kahn and U.S. Magistrate David Peebles -
So, Peters had connections everywhere that counted:
- her own law license was protected because she appointed to attorney disciplinary committee regulating her own law license a law firm that appeared in front of her and "advised" her court how to fix lawsuits against it through the State-Federal Judicial Council, as well as wined-and-dined federal judges;
- she was protected from any liability, because, again, federal judges, well wined and dined by her "advisors", would not have let her down;
- she was on the Commission for Judicial Conduct;
- one of the judges of her court fed that Commission with "judicial ethics" opinions, as an expert - without disclosing that he is also an "expert" in case-fixing, that he confessed to only when he got off the bench, as part of his attorney advertising; and
- her court allowed to appear that colleague from the Commission in front of the court, ruled in favor of that colleague and eliminated attorneys who dared to sue him.
So - happy Law Day, folks.