Wednesday, August 15, 2012

[Victims of Court Corruption] Despairing Situation - So what are we going to do about it?

Kirk, I agree with you that nothing will be done until the rule of law prevails. However, the rule of law will never prevail so long as we have a judiciary that is free to violate that "rule of law" at whim, based upon their assertion that they are covered by judicial immunity, and do need not honor their Oaths of Office or the supreme law of the land.

In order to accomplish judicial accountability, we need JAIL4Judges, as enforced by you and me. How can we ascend higher than ourselves in that enforcement? If not us, then Who? If not Now, then When? Without us, enforcement of "The Rule of Law" are only words! We have found the enemy, and the enemy is us. "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee." Hosea 4:6.

Ron Branson

Kirk Schwoebel wrote:
If I may chime in here, the situation with the US government in general today is, they put themselves above the US constitution, the law, and the people. What we have is a tyrannical form of government, it's no longer beneficial to this nation, or the people, and has in fact become harmful, and dangerous. It's sole purpose was to defend, and support the constitutional rights guaranteed by the people who drafted, ratified, and signed their names to them. It is a legal and binding contract, sworn to by those seeking political office in the US government.
This is where it all breaks down. Being the supreme law of the land, and, all laws being applied equally to all, as is required to secure the Blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, have not been. Government is for governing, not ruling. We have a fraud for a president. It's been proven beyond reasonable doubt. Congress, who are supposed to be representative of the people, aren't. The USDOJ who is supposed to be the backbone of law enforcement in the USA, isn't. It is in itself a criminal enterprise. Congress, who is tasked with investigating serious crimes perpetrated by government officials, don't. This blatant dereliction of duty renders congress a conspirator in this fraud against America. This being the case, we no longer have a representative form of government. What we have is a terrorist organization, a domestic enemy, a crime syndicate, ruling over the peasants of a once great nation. Not only a fraud, but a pathological liar, has become our dictator. Writing laws isn't the presidents job. Violating constitutional rights at will, committing felonies daily, assassinating American citizens, waging illegal wars worldwide, and being protected by a conspiring congress, isn't how the constitution reads. It is up to the people to abolish this tyrannical form of government, jail4judges is a wonderful idea, but the problem we face is much larger. The fact that jail4judges is even an issue, shows how much bigger the problem really is. Until the rule of law is reestablished,(example: Bradley Manning, Richard Fine, Anaheim police) laws are meaningless. I'm afraid it's time to water the tree of liberty.
Thank you for your time and consideration.


--- On Tue, 8/14/12, Ron Branson <> wrote:

From: Ron Branson <>
Subject: Despairing Situation - So what are we going to do about it?
Date: Tuesday, August 14, 2012, 1:54 AM

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: RE: Despairing Situation - So what are we going to do about it?
Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2012 00:48:17 +0000
From: Dick Marple <>
To: Barbie Ron <>, <>

You are correct Ron...

New Hampshire does NOT permit the people to introduce an initiative petition. Our constitution prohibits such activity. I believe the controlling language in Mr. Kotmair's post is;

 "to include some elected officials, asking them to introduce it.  The State version was introduced in the New Hampshire Legislature, but did not reach the floor, being bottled up in committee" 

Without a LSR and Bill Number and Session date, there is no way to recover the Docket and action taken.

I am running for re-election and have a Republican Primary on September 11th. If successful, my name
will be on the Ballot in November.

Dick Marple

Date: Sun, 12 Aug 2012 04:11:13 -0700
Subject: Re: Despairing Situation - So what are we going to do about it?

John Kotmair, I am going on 67 years of age, a few years behind you. I know you are of the circa of Art Porth. As perhaps you already know, I labored close along with him early in the tax movement. I do believe the two of you were friends prior to my entering the picture.

As to the State of New Hampshire, I was unaware that New Hampshire was a People's Initiative State. I was under the impression, based upon the information from Dane Waters Initiative & Referendum website that the only way anyone could get a law considered was to present it to a legislator for their sponsorship, but no person could sponsor either a constitutional amendment, or an amendment in law.

Perhaps you know Dick Marple. He is on our mailing list, and was once a New Hampshire legislator, so I will copy him on this.

Thank you for the great work you are doing, and for the book you have sent me. God bless you, dear one.

Ron Branson

John Kotmair wrote:

    I appreciate all your efforts regarding the corrupt courts.  But I beg to differ about yours being the "first judicial reform initiative in existence."  Please review the attached which was created in 1989.  Because of the events recorded in the attached Extra Edition of the RA newsletter, I wrote a proposed Bill and circulated everywhere, to include some elected officials, asking them to introduce it.  The State version was introduced in the New Hampshire Legislature, but did not reach the floor, being bottled up in committee.  The newsletter was forwarded to the President, both Houses of Congress, and all the Federal Judges.  Needless to say, it got quite a reaction for years to come.

    As a gift from me, please review my booklet attached, and tell me what you think.  I am truly pleased to see that you are still keeping on!!  I know that you must be getting up there, for this coming October 6th, I will be 78 years young.

John Kotmair

On 8/10/2012 12:04 AM, Ron Branson wrote:

Joseph Zernik, I wish to comment on your statement, "When I started my project in early 2007, you could hardly find any information online on judicial corruption in the United States."

Back in April of 1995 I wrote the first judicial reform initiative in existence. It was then called "Judicial Reform Act of 1996." A gentlemen by the name of Greg Brown who lived in Hollywood, searched the internet for anything he could find comparable to JRA. He could find nothing. What he said was the only thing he found in reference to judges was a website placed on the internet by judges themselves, and they were complaining that they were not getting paid enough for the wonderful job they were performing, and contended that their deserved a greater salary.

After J.A.I.L. first hit the internet, other organizations eventually started up alternatives to the Judicial Accountability Initiative Law. (J.A.I.L.) They sought other methods of  holding the judges accountable, mostly, seeking laws by legislators.

Near every judicial accountability effort is in some way an offspring of JAIL4Judges. Since those days, judicial organizations have popped up like hydras all around across the country. Here we are seventeen years later, and people are still searching for a remedy against wayward judges. They do not understand that the only remedy that will work is the initiative process started back in 1995. To my knowledge, no legislation has ever been passed by the legislators for judicial accountability, including Congress, which has been sitting on the Federal J.A.I.L. Bill offered to them. It is now a document that is filed in the Library of Congress.

Ron Branson

joseph zernik wrote:
I am often asked that question, and my response is as follows:

The older I get, the more I realize how clueless I am.  Given that, the most amazing thing is how fast things move ahead.  When I started my project in early 2007, you could hardly find any information online on judicial corruption in the United States.  Therefore, I aimed to "discover, archive, and disseminate evidence of corruption of the Los Angeles Superior Court...".  I thought that it was rather limited, to Los Angeles County, and I also thought that I would never see any change in my lifetime. 

Perhaps Los Angeles County was an early national center of judicial corruption, but today the corruption is rampant nationwide, credible media, expert, and government reports are abundant online, and the consequences to the peace and welfare of the nation are evident as well.

Such conditions are called in social studies "Tyranny of the Courts", and it prevailed in the European Middle Ages.  It can also be deemed the ultimate tyranny of the English Monarchs (now in UK restricted by and large), being the highest judicial authority.

At 03:34 AM 8/6/2012, you wrote:

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: Despairing Situation - So what are we going to do about it?
Date: Sun, 5 Aug 2012 14:16:52 -0700 (PDT)
From: Stan Antlocer <>
To: Ron Branson <>

Hi Ron,
Stan Antlocer here. First of all the notion that judges have judicial immunity is not true. See these cases and law that forbid it:


Ron's note: No cases or laws were provided or attached. Perhaps Stan forgot to attach them.

From: Ron Branson <>
To: Jacob <>
Sent: Sun, August 5, 2012 8:58:49 AM
Subject: Despairing Situation - So what are we going to do about it?

Jacob Roginski, we have share the same speaking podium together. Have you ever given much serious thought about JAIL4Judges as the only means of getting out of this mess? There is no other way than setting up an Independent Special Grand Jury of the common People who uniquely determine if any judge should enjoy the protections of judicial immunity for their wayward actions, i.e., paragraph 2 of the J.A.I.L. Initiative,

"Notwithstanding common law or any other provision to the contrary, no immunities shielding a judge from frivolous and harassing actions shall be construed to extend to any deliberate violation of law, fraud or conspiracy, intentional violation of due process of law, deliberate disregard of material allegations, judicial acts without jurisdiction, blocking of a lawful conclusion of a case, or any deliberate violation of the Constitutions of California or the United States."

Ron Branson

Jacob wrote:

We must seek unity, break out of the molds the elites have squeezed us in, stop blaming each other for the condition of the country,  and open our minds to at last an honest and thoughtful examination of where we are, how we got here, and what must be done for change.  When the government is failing us so fundamentally, when the ruling class propaganda no longer sounds credible even to the least politically discerning among us, it is time to re-examine from ground up the truth and soundness of our notions about the nature and history of government in the United States.  Until we understand the Problem, no solutions will be in our sight. 

I hear with dismay folks blaming other folks for our situation, repeating the propaganda of the elite media and political machinery, whose purpose is as it has always been to keep us from focusing on the inherently criminal ruling class.  If the sole cause of our problem really is those people who like to get free things from government, we might as well quit, as all but perhaps one in a million among us are married for life to this sin; bucking Nature is always in vain.  If, on the other hand, one of the principal causes is a system that allows this sin a field of action, we may be able to do something about it.

Only if we manage the daunting task of clearing our view of the myriad of misconceptions the elites have erected in us to obstruct it, will we be in a position to rebuild the culture and practice of liberty and prosperity in this land.

Jacob Roginsky

On 8/3/2012 10:09 AM, Robert Sindelar wrote:

Dear Jacob,
Your comments below re: ruling vs. masses are absolutely correct. Practicality went out when rulers assembled and were grown to become tyrants over all others. We have come to that point in time Sir.
So, What are we going to do about it?
Many good men have tried, many good men sit in prisons across our land and off shore. They sit there only because the masses chickened out of holding up there responsibility to a JUST Cause.
What do you think friend?


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