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Washington State Bar Association, to be abolished over felonious conduct


Late last summer, the Gold Bar Reporter was first to break a story about the Washington State Bar Association’s dropping the word ” association.”

Our source, an insider close to Supreme Court Justice Barbara Madsen stated ” the WSBA is trying to come up with a plan to push liability off on Washington State taxpayers, because it’s clear that the Bar is going to lose Scannell v WSBA et al. and Block v WSBA et al. over felonious racketeering and anti-trust violations. ”

We just learned that Washington State Bar  Association has officially voted to drop the word association, in an effort to push liability of 50 Million plus onto Washington State taxpayers, instead of pushing liability to its’ members the above two cases.

In Block’s cases, public records from Snohomish County and the United States Post Office documented that John Pennington ( man who killed 43 people in the Oso mudslides, only…

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3 thoughts on “Washington State Bar Association, to be abolished over felonious conduct

  1. I am having trouble with the Washington State Bar associaton for misrepresentation, I have two situations and one was from King County, then was illegally detained by Snohomish County, I challenged the Court”s Jurisdiction and was TOTALLY discredited in one county by the illegal hold from another…When I went to the Lynnwood Clerk of Court for a dismissal “defectI’ve information” on its face, while looking at approximately 6-7 clerks…none of whom could give me a legitimate answer, I asked if I could speak to someone who was “UNDER OATH” the girl “appointed supervisor” snidely,replied…none of us need to be under oath. Upon paying for my record from Lynnwood, that circumvented a fair plea arrangement in any way in Seattle Municipal Court…I found out that the Charge of making a false statement…was Redacted/Repealed, However..Seattle held a bail bond hearing..and reassessed bail to 100k dollars…I would like to speak with someone about this matter and file a formal complaint on a personal level as well as in a class action arrangement as well. Hiram Gross 206 487 6952

    Posted by Hiram Gross | September 21, 2016, 7:22 pm
    • Because I believe the WSBA is a “protection racket” for the benefit of its members, it is unlikely ANY avenue for your ‘redress of grievances’ in which a Bar associate sits as a decision-maker will produce a fair outcome, my suggestion is to make a demand of your state legislators that they investigate your complaint. If they fail to investigate then you may want to join in my lawsuit against the State for their negligence in the “checks” of the judicial branch. The power, under Washington’s Article 4, Sec 9, gives our legislators the authority to remove judges, prosecutors and the attorney general if they do not follow the law. FAILURE by our legislators to hold government officials to the law is a breach of their fiduciary duty and subjects them to suite. See http://corruptwash.com/2016/08/31/ethics-complaint-filed-against-legislators-jesse-young-michelle-caldier-and-jan-angel-also-judge-kevin-hull/

      Posted by The Reluctant Activist | September 26, 2016, 3:06 pm
  2. But what would the remedy be for an out-of-state victim of the WA legal profession?

    I filed one WSBA complaint in 2012 against a Guardian ad litem (GAL) who failed to give me his GAL report as required by statute. The Bar allowed him to send me the report 7 months late–when it was too late to do any good–and dismissed the case.

    A second WSBA complaint against the attorney for my incapacitated mother due to the fact that his family had business relationships with a so-called “caregiver” of my mother who he took to this lawyer. (This lawyer then drafted a”new will” for this person giving him haf of my inheritance–and giving the other half to their cronies.) The lawyer simply admitted the undue influece over my moter and, viola, case dismissed.

    However, do not think WSBA is incapable of being tough. A lawyer who had kindly done some pro bono work for me in 2013 was recently disbarred by WSBA for getting a client only a small settlement.

    Posted by Debbie | September 30, 2016, 8:36 pm

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