Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Developments (6-15-09)

I have completed my habeas filing. If the role of law means anything Scott and I will lose 20 years off our sentence. Also a major legal question was raised that could expose all these crooks to their folly. When God send you to battle keep your eyes peeled to find the spoils your enemy is delivering to you. It will cost them dearly to confront God’s elect. They attacked me with 5 statutes. They will lose these weapons and more when God secures my victory. I am beginning to see the signs of victory on many fronts. Even with all the defeats along the way there has been a preservation of all our interest.

The appeal is filed absent my satisfaction. I am about the business to use this tool to its maximum. I am certain of a complete reversal. This is not to say they will not do all within their power to complete the corruption but I believe God has made me clever enough to box them into our remedy. Not for righteousness sake will they rule, it is only a matter of leverage. Injustice is being made too expensive. Economics is the supreme law of the land. No wonder fools reign.

I have copied many on my legal communications in hopes they can share upon this blog that I am not lying about my diligence to bring us a remedy. Total victory may take years but more is at stake now than just the clients equitable interest. When they went criminal civil was long gone. Many will regret using the color of law to injure. Follow the appeal for more info.


mogel007 said...

habeas corpus
Lat. "you have the body" Prisoners often seek release by filing a petition for a writ of habeas corpus. A writ of habeas corpus is a judicial mandate to a prison official ordering that an inmate be brought to the court so it can be determined whether or not that person is imprisoned lawfully and whether or not he should be released from custody. A habeas corpus petition is a petition filed with a court by a person who objects to his own or another's detention or imprisonment. The petition must show that the court ordering the detention or imprisonment made a legal or factual error. Habeas corpus petitions are usually filed by persons serving prison sentences.

judge allslop said...

"Injustice is being made too expensive."
How prophetic this statement may be. I don't expect this group of corrupt assholes to respect anything but their agenda, however our God works in mysterious ways.

Judges Order California to Reduce State Prisoner Population
By Joel Zand on August 4, 2009 4:58 PM

A panel of three federal judges ordered the State of California to reduce its inmate population because of prison overcrowding, resulting in the release of approximately 43,000 prisoners during the next two years so that the state’s prisons can operate at 137.5% of their design capacity.
In a 184-page opinion, the panel ordered California to provide an inmate reduction plan within 45 days to carry out the court’s directive "in no more than two years."

habakkuk said...

State of CA to release 40,000 prisoners over next 2 years:


Hmmmmmmm ;-)

Judge Roy Bean said...

Don't hold your breath, boys. Kurt and Scott are in Federal prisons, not California state prisons.

habakkuk said...

Oh yeah, you're right Judge...i'll take it as a sign...release the prisoners.