Thursday, August 30, 2012

[Victims of Court Corruption] Dr. Richard Cordero Asking to Work with JAIL4Judges

Dr. Richard Cordero
Asking to Work with JAIL4Judges

(See Following)

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Subject: Re: Working together to expose in the context of the presidential campaign judges' unaccountability and consequent riskless wrongdoing
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2012 05:43:26 -0400
From: Richard Cordero <>
To: Ron Branson <>,, Lynn Raynor <>

Dear Mr. Branson,


Thank you for your prompt reply.


You asked a question and as its foundation stated your related experience. It is indeed your own experience that provides the basis for my answer:


“When you speak of working together, do you have a [sic] idea how we can together better advance getting this on the ballot or getting Congress to take action? I have been pushing this agenda since 1995. To date I have not found a single Congressman, U.S. Senator, or state legislator who will touch this legislation with a ten-foot pole, including the most conservative.”


No member of the House or the Senate has dare call to account the Federal Judiciary for having abrogated in effect an act of their own, namely, the Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980 that entrusts judges with an exclusive self-policing procedure. Congress has been informed for over the last 32 years in the annual report that it required the Judiciary to file with it that federal judges systematically dismiss complaints against their peers. Thereby judges have self-exempted from any accountability and in practice assured each other that their wrongdoing is riskless and all the more profitable since it does not require costly measures to avoid and defend after detection.


What Congress has not done in reaction to the Judiciary’s disregard of its Act, it is not going to do to respond to our plea to take on the most powerful public officials in the country: unelected, life-tenured, in practice unimpeachable federal judges.


The official statistics contained in that annual report and supporting the above statements are referenced at >jur:21§1. See also my previous email on this issue.


Therefore, I agree with what follows from your experience: Pursuing an agenda geared toward getting Congress to hold federal judges accountable or getting on a state ballot a popular initiative to that end is doomed to failure. To pursue that agenda any further can only warrant the application of Einstein’s aphorism:


“The hallmark of irrationality is doing the same thing while expecting a different result.”


Consequently, my answer to your question takes due account of our common experience with Congress as well as my experience with the courts themselves, from bankruptcy, district, and circuit courts to the Supreme Court104b, 109c .


That answer is based on a different strategy set forth in the short article at id., xxvii, whose summarizing title is this:


Novel Strategy For Taking Action Against Wrongdoing Judges

by removing the fight from the judges’ turf, the courts, out to the public,

and taking into account the interests of journalists and politicians

during a presidential campaign, when they are most receptive, so that

they may help in exposing wrongdoing by judges so outrageous as to

stir up the public to demand that the media and the authorities

investigate the judges and their enabling judiciary and undertake

effective legislated judicial accountability and discipline reform



The concrete way in which I propose that we work together to expose judges’ wrongdoing and consequent riskless wrongdoing takes advantage of the presidential campaign and was pointed to in my previous email references to id. >i, xxv, and xxxiii.


So I respectfully invite you and all the reasonable and realistic members of your organization to read them. Then we can discuss your views of it.


Kindly note that since my proposal would be most effectively implemented during the current presidential campaign, time is of the essence.


I look forward to hearing from you.




Dr. Richard Cordero, Esq.

Judicial Discipline Reform 


On Wed, Aug 29, 2012 at 6:11 PM, Ron Branson <> wrote:

Dear Richard Cardero:

You have written to me suggesting that we work together to expose judicial unaccountability. Judicial accountability is a noble cause of which simply must come about. JAIL4Judges is a one issue organization, and that issue is getting an initiative on the ballot in one of the states for the People to vote upon, or getting a state legislature to place judicial accountability on the ballot for the People to vote upon. In the case of Federal Judicial Accountability, we seek to get a Congressman or U.S. Senator to propose such via a Bill.

When you speak of working together, do you have a idea how we can together better advance getting this on the ballot or getting Congress to take action? I have been pushing this agenda since 1995. To date I have not found a single Congressman, U.S. Senator, or state legislator who will touch this legislation with a ten-foot pole, including the most conservative. They have all been running from judicial accountability and pretending that I have nothing to say. I believe this fear is because they know that once the People obtained judicial accountability, it would destroy their ability to push through unconstitutional pet projects they so thrive upon.

2 The good man is perished out of the earth: and there is none upright among men: they all lie in wait for blood; they hunt every man his brother with a net.
3 That they may do evil with both hands earnestly, the prince asketh, and the judge asketh for a reward; and the great man, he uttereth his mischievous desire: so they wrap it up.
4 The best of them is as a brier: the most upright is sharper than a thorn hedge: Micah 7:2-4.

It would be nice to see every candidate for president openly state their position on the Judicial Accountability & Integrity Legislation Bill. But not a one will touch it, including Paul  of whom I have personally handed this propose Bill for submission to Congress.

Ron Branson

Richard Cordero wrote:

Dear Mr. Branson and Mr. Lynn,


If you found the statistics on California judges that appeared in the California Lawyer article “Judging Judges”, by Linda Schlesinger, July 2012,, to reveal the unequal protection from the law reserved for them, you will find the statistics on federal judges to be outrageous.


For instance:


On 30sep11, there were 2,131 judges –including justices and magistrates– in office13; however, in the 223 years since the Judiciary’s creation in 1789 the number of federal judges impeached and removed is eight14.


The Judiciary has allowed its chief circuit judges to dismiss systematically and without investigation 99.82% of the complaints filed against their peers in the 1oct96-30sep08 12-year period.19


In that period, its judicial councils –the circuits’23a all-judge disciplinary bodies– denied up to 100% of the petitions to review those dismissals, as did the 2nd Circuit’s council, of which Then-Judge, Now-Justice Sotomayor was a member20. She too unequally protected her peers from the law regardless of the nature and gravity of the complaints against them, exempting them from any discipline without even investigating the complaints.


See the above blue-text references to the official statistics of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts at


What these statistics reveal is that federal judges’ wrongdoing has become the institutionalized modus operandi of the Federal Judiciary. A case in point is described at id. >xxxiii.


My proposal to expose their wrongdoing by taking advantage of the presidential campaing is set forth at id. >i and xxv.


As brought to your attention on many previous occasions, I would like us to work together. If we continue working separately, we are going to achieve what we have up to now and will continue to in future: nothing.


Hence, I look forward to hearing from you.




Dr. Richard Cordero, Esq.

Judicial Discipline Reform 

Dr. Richard Cordero, Esq.
Ph.D., University of Cambridge, England 59 Crescent St., Brooklyn, NY 11208
M.B.A., University of Michigan Business School tel.(718)827-9521; follow @DrCorderoEsq
D.E.A., La Sorbonne, Paris

June 15, 2012

Governor Mitt Romney
Romney for President
P. O. Box 149756
Boston, MA 02114-9756 tel. (857)288-3500

Dear Governor Romney,

This is a proposal for your use in our mutual benefit in your campaign of my professional research on, and litigation experience in, the Federal Judiciary.i It is prompted by the ad that you released on February 24, criticizing President Obama’s justiceship nominee Then-Judge Sotomayor as a ���������������. That is a subjective notion that only resonates with part of the electorate. Hence, Hispanic organizations have criticized you for being insensitive to issues of importance to Hispanic voters.ii No doubt, the President will try to indispose that block of voters against you.

This proposal aims to base your criticism of Now Justice Sotomayor and the President too on their wrongdoingiii, which is a matter of objective evidence of their disregard of their duties (87§§a-d) and infraction of the law64. Even the liberal papers The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Politico suspected her of concealment of assets(61§1), which points to evasion of taxes. Yet, he nominated her as he had other known tax cheats ¶107.

Her performance in the bankruptcy case DeLano, which she presided over102, shows her cover-up of a judge-run bankruptcy fraud scheme87(62§2). Your presentation(121§1) of the evidence can show that judges engage in wrongdoing, regardless of their ethnicity, because of their unaccountability iv (21§1), which renders it riskless, irresistible and all the more profitable to them (25§2), though detrimental to the public(26§3), so long as they cover for each other¶117(64§3), whether Democrats or Republicans put them in office. The evidence will outrage people (83§2) of all political persuasions¶14. Your courage in exposing wrongdoing judges to defend the public1 can win you voters’ respect, donations, and votes as they hail you as the People’s Champion of Justice134a.

Your presentation need only provide enough evidence to send journalists, in quest of a Pulitzer-deserving scoop, on a Watergate-like ¶¶4-8 generalized media investigation(126§a) that
������������ ����������� ���� ����� ���� ����� ����� ���� Their revelations, like superPAC negative ads against him at no cost to you, can gain a momentum of their own that can cause one or more justices and judges to resign, as Justice Abe Fortas had to in 1969¶158. Though you �����������������������
��������������� ������� ����� ���� ����������v, you can make one for the President that can lead to your picking your own Supreme Court by filling vacancies. His expected refusal to release the FBI vetting report on J. Sotomayor will only fuel the outrage at his having lied to the public about her integrity just as she did about her ���������� ��� ���� ���� ¶113 and impair his fundraising. This will benefit your war chest, depleted by a nomination contest that may go to the Convention. Highlighting
the economic harm inflicted by judicial wrongdoing on the people will allow you to stay on your economic recovery theme. You can incite the media to investigate your three Washington insider opponents for their hypocrisy in criticizing judges’ for their social issues ����������v in defiance of the Constitution while failing to perform their constitutional checks and balances on
the Judiciary (29§§2,3), allowing it to become a power center outside democratic control ¶181.

Your reform(131§§e-h) of the Judiciary can become your most significant and enduring legacy. I think strategically. I can be an asset to your team. So I respectfully request that you invite me to make a presentation(151§F) to you and your managers of the evidence and my proposal for a business and academic venture vi (125§3).


Dr. Richard Cordero


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