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“Whoever would overthrow the liberty of a nation must begin by subduing the freeness of speech” Benjamin Franklin

Originally posted on GOLD BAR REPORTER:
People who inspire others activism are this World’s greatest gifts to mankind.  Nelson Mandela once said “Education is the most powerful weapon which can be used to change the World.” Now for those of my readers who know me, know beyond any shadow of doubt that my God is not…

The “Eau De Toilette” of Malicious Prosecution in King County…

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON THE GOLD BAR REPORTER December 14, 2016 by goldbarreporter 2 Comments In February of 2011, it was the coldest winter on record in the State of Washington. There were 35 coun… Source: The “Eau De Toilette” of Malicious Prosecution in King County…

December 9, 2016, the Commission on Judicial Conduct will meet — please attend.

Please attend the meeting of the CJC and voice your dissatisfaction with our corrupt judiciary and the utter failure of the Commission to insure our judicial system adheres to the highest standards of ‘truth and honor’. https://www.cjc.state.wa.us/materials/publications/other/Dec2016BusinessAgenda.pdf [pdfviewer width=”600px” height=”849px” beta=”true/false”]http://corruptwash.com/wp-content/uploads/Dec2016BusinessAgenda.pdf[/pdfviewer]

Whistleblower Lawyers Counterattack Against DC Disciplinary Counsel

The DC Disciplinary Counsel — previously known as the DC Bar Counsel — is on the attack against whistleblower lawyers. And whistleblower lawyers are not happy about it. They have launched something of a counterattack. The Disciplinary Counsel has filed charges against prominent Washington whistleblower lawyer Lynne Bernabei and former Justice Department attorney Thomas Tamm.… … Continue reading

Does 28 USC 455(b)(4), prohibit judges from judging judges?

Disqualification of justice, judge, or magistrate judge 28 U.S. Code § 455 (a) Any justice, judge, or magistrate judge of the United States shall disqualify himself in any proceeding in which his impartiality might reasonably be questioned. (b) He shall also disqualify himself in the following circumstances: (1) Where he has a personal bias or … Continue reading

Different State – same playbook of corrupt tactics

When Dr. Theresa Hearn-Haynes entered the race for Texas Representative on a platform that included many “judicial” reforms, she became a target of the establishment in their effort to discredit her by every means. What is clear is that the Texas “establishment” operates from the same playbook as Washington State. Texas uses the same false … Continue reading

A vote for Jesse Young or a vote for Michelle Caldier is voting to void constitutional mandates.

A person may be a candidate for public office only by “swearing or affirming that he or she will support the Constitution and laws of the United States and the Constitution and laws of the state of Washington”. See RCW 29A.24.031 Jesse Young, Michelle Caldier, Jan Angel and Kevin Hull have violated the very first … Continue reading

The “chinookobserver.com” attacks candidate for 19th district representative, Jimi O’Hagan, to try to influence election.

On November 2, Chinookobserver.com reporter Natalie St. John claims “documents obtained through a public disclosure request” reveal “Prosecutor Jonathan Meyer…filing the charges against O’Hagan on Oct. 31, and issuing a Nov. 1 summons for O’Hagan, 62, to appear in Pacific County Superior Court on Nov. 18.” James O’Hagan is running against representative Brian Blake (D) … Continue reading

Washington State Bar Hearing Officer Lin O’Dell racketeering, stealing from elderly, allowed to continue her criminal activity with assistance of Bar

Originally posted on GOLD BAR REPORTER:
? Last year the Gold Bar Reporter was first to break a story about a Washington State Bar Association Hearing Officer was found guilty of stealing from her client, using a convicted killer named Mark Plivilech to threaten and intimidate vulnerable and elderly disabled Washingtonians. This story is an…

Washington’s Legislative Ethics Board has Washington State Patrol remove Scheidler from public meeting

Activist Bill Scheidler filed an ethics complaint with the Legislative Ethics Board against his 26th District Legislators, Jesse Young, Michelle Caldier and Jan Angel. During the Board’s Oct 11, meeting, Scheidler addressed the Board during the Board’s invitation for public comment. Scheidler began to speak about the obligations legislators have to protect and maintain individual … Continue reading