Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Legal Update 2-20-2011

Notorial dissent is apparently a scholar in many fields. He tells me skillings won 9-0 decision from the Supreme Court on the vagueness of the 1346 statute. A statute I am not charged with but is a definition of my statute 1341. In the ruling they confined the definition down to bribes and kickbacks to save it from constitutional problems. This is conduct that does not reach my trial.

It was sent back to the 5th circuit to see if the actions were harmless. Of course they found the harmless and the net results to Mr. Skillings were nothing. His sentence remained the same. He asked to see his son before he finished his sentence and was denied. Shortly thereafter his 20 year old son committed suicide. Asked to attend the funeral he was again vigorously denied.

On 2-18-11 he filed a motion contending that it was not harmless because of “unconstitutional delegation.” Your government changed positions in 24 hours to agree with Skilling and appealed the 5th circuits ruling a year out of time. The DOJ prosecutors

were styling their prosecution in such a way as to make Skilling a moot ruling. Now that they have discovered the cost in doing so they had a moral flop. What great character you government has. They are now about trapping Skilling into making his recent filing of none affect. What they know is not harmless and therefore cannot be ignored can be made harmless by the precedent of Skilling coping a plea. How much you want to bet he gets out of jail now. I hope he is smart enough to see he will win no matter what and tell them to kiss his ass. They played ruthless he should play ruthless. Because this issue has not been raised in 100 years Skilling controls the outcome of the precedent. His choice affects me but his case is not moot.

I did not file cert, I continue on a 2255 and though you talk of my big mouth this will be the first time since my trial I can speak. Every thing until now has procedurally kept me silent. So now we shall see what my mouth can do. I know this; I am not a criminal but a victim of criminals. You don’t hear me pissing and moaning. I trust God.


Joseph said...

This is really the best explanation of what really happened with the mortgage scandel:


Mortgages weren't actually securitized through proper paperwork & proper transfers, but they were sold multiple times to different entities. That's the most serious fraud that hasn't been discussed in the media or addressed by the different State Attorney Generals.

The lenders complained that the paperwork got messed up or lost due to sloppiness or due to getting transactions done as fast as possible, when in reality, their actions were based solely on the lenders strategy of keeping all of their options open so if a borrower challenged them in court, they could come up with the paperwork needed, either by forgery, fabrication, or by the original lender keeping the original paperwork, when they still had them in probably most cases, which they couldn't have if they followed the securitization process correctly and legally.

What is disturbing is that the many lenders got paid many times over for the same loan, but still insist to get paid again by foreclosing through selling the property itself, even though they were paid by the bailout, paid by insurance schemes under the table not disclosed, and paid on a loan they didn't even make through keeping the promissory note they never gave any consideration for, which has value too.

judge allslop said...

The combination of $trillion mortgage bond fraud, dependence on inflating home equity for economic development, oversized cars, oil dependence, constant market intervention, insolvent banks, insolvent homes, outsourced industry, endless war, budget deadlock amidst runaway deficits, raided US gold treasury, mammoth future benefit obligations, and handing over the keys at USDept Treasury to Goldman Sachs has left the United States to fend off systemic failure. The creeping price inflation that stems from USFed hyper monetary inflation and total ignorance on basics of capitalism like business formation have left the US vulnerable to disorder and chaos. The chaos in fact grows with the passage of time and the ruin of money, against a background of a cruel middle class squeeze. With one citizen in seven on food stamps and over 22% of the population jobless, the sunset of the American Empire is well along. The banker oligarchs are gradually killing the nation, its democracy, and its wealth engines during a sustained strangulation process.

judge allslop said...

Opium production in Afghanistan is up 400% since the inception of LOL
"Iraqi Freedom". The US Govt crime syndicate was flying in c-130's loaded with cnotes. What do you think they have been flying out with besides coffins.

By Paul Richter, Los Angeles Times

June 13, 2011
Reporting from Washington— After the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in March 2003, the George W. Bush administration flooded the conquered country with so much cash to pay for reconstruction and other projects in the first year that a new unit of measurement was born. Pentagon officials determined that one giant C-130 Hercules cargo plane could carry $2.4 billion in shrink-wrapped bricks of $100 bills. They sent an initial full planeload of cash, followed by 20 other flights to Iraq by May 2004 in a $12-billion haul that U.S. officials believe to be the biggest international cash airlift of all time. Related
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Database: California's war dead
This month, the Pentagon and the Iraqi government are finally closing the books on the program that handled all those Benjamins. But despite years of audits and investigations, U.S. Defense officials still cannot say what happened to $6.6 billion in cash — enough to run the Los Angeles Unified School District or the Chicago Public Schools for a year, among many other things. For the first time, federal auditors are suggesting that some or all of the cash may have been stolen, not just mislaid in an accounting error. Stuart Bowen, special inspector general for Iraq reconstruction, an office created by Congress, said the missing $6.6 billion may be "the largest theft of funds in national history."

judge allslop said...

Derivatives are the US Govt crime syndicates favorite "smart bomb" of mass financial destruction using massive Bank mortgage bond fraud to perpetuate over one $QUADRILLION of cartoon paper valuation world wide.Compromised Senators have past a bill cutting funding (CFTC)to a major regulatory agency (made up of Goldman Sachs alumni)over seeing these magnificent piles of shit. I would like to thank these useful idiots along with jolten Joe Biden taking the bold action of defunding a desert tortoise website and saving the taxpayer .00000001%