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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

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

The WA State Bar’s RICO enterprise — in a ‘nutshell’ and the ‘long version’

In a complaint filed in US Federal Court for the Western District of WA, activist and plaintiff, Bill Scheidler presents the WA State Bar’s RICO enterprise in a “nutshell version” and in a “long version” that includes diagrams, 1000’s of pages of case histories, dozens of grievances filed with the WA Bar against lawyers for … Continue reading

Above the Law … what happens now?

Dr Richard Cordero has the following credentials: Ph.D., University of Cambridge, England; M.B.A., University of Michigan Business School; D.E.A., La Sorbonne, Paris and is a lawyer who has a NY law practice. Dr Cordero is a prolific researcher and writer on the topic of Exposing Judges’ Unaccountability and Consequent Riskless Wrongdoing . The credentials and … Continue reading

Scheidler vows: I’ll defend our constitution from attack by Tina Robinson, Kitsap Prosecutor

With every lawsuit there is a growing danger that WA State Bar members, in whatever capacity they serve – judge, prosecutor, quasi-judicial officer…, will use it as an opportunity to chip away at our constitution without consequence. Now, Tina Robinson, Kitsap Prosecutor, wants her Bar colleague who serves as judge, to “penalize” citizens for filing … Continue reading

Bob Grundstein’s battle against the WA State Bar may set the stage for broad legal reform.

Bob Grundstein, like many lawyers who expose legal misconduct, found out his good deed raised the ire of the WA State Bar(WSBA). The WSBA feels it is their ‘obligation’ to hide their dirty laundry so the “public” doesn’t become concerned with the “lack of integrity” within our judicial system. And the WSBA will stop at … Continue reading

Showdown: Lawyer versus Association of Lawyers

Just learned that attorney, author and warrior, Bob Grundstein will have his day before the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals to argue his constitutional claims against the lawyers of WA, collectively known as the WA State Bar. In WA State, our legislature has betrayed its citizens when it passed the WA State Bar Act. This … Continue reading

When you peel back the layers of corrupt Government, at the core of the rotten onion you find lawyers

Anne Block, ex-lawyer and journalist, learned how corrupt government officials of the city of Gold Bar WA were scamming taxpayers and those citizens who were poor or disadvantaged for profit. When Anne began reporting about these Gold Bar officials the WA State Bar and even WA State Supreme Court justices began a campaign of defamation … Continue reading

How to remedy judicial/lawyer corruption — a Corruption TAX.

The virtues of a “Corruption Tax” We all know that the legal establishment of judges and lawyers operates as a racketeering enterprise. That is why we are drafting a RICO complaint against the WA State Bar Association (WSBA). But such a lawsuit needs to be “litigated” in the very system that is controlled by the … Continue reading

There is something ‘brewing’. A book is being written. It involves the WA State Bar and the governance of Gold Bar, WA, and it should be ‘juicie’.

table.imagetable { font-family: verdana,arial,sans-serif; font-size:12px; color:#000000; } table.imagetable td { background:#424242; } The Washington State Bar’s lead council Linda Eide and Lin ( Linda) O’Dell “caught red handed” using prosecutors and police officers in their quest to “punish” the member for speaking and seeking a clean and honest government. WA State’s stranger-than-truth legal establishment is … Continue reading