Bad News from Judge Leon

Either Judge Leon is a fool, or he’s corrupt, or he’s been bought. In Strunk’s case he ruled  that:

1) a search of records from 1978 and later was a “reasonable search” for records from before 1967.

2) The following proof is not enough to overcome the “presumption of good faith”

a) the fact that the claims in the “cable” submitted with an affidavit are disproven by government records (retention schedule changes and destruction records that would have to exist if the claims were accurate, but don’t exist)

b) the fact that the DOS attorney deliberately removed critical words when quoting Jacobsen’s affidavit, in order to reverse the meaning of what Jacobsen actually said.

I’d like to know exactly what kind of evidence WOULD be enough to convince this knot-head judge that maybe somebody is lying and perpetrating a fraud on his court.

Folks, this country has no rule of law. The judges are just as lawless as the convicts. We are Iran.

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2 Comments

  1. Posted March 13, 2011 at 6:45 pm | Permalink | Reply

    I think we should all do a “reasonable search” for our 2010 tax records by looking in our 2000 records. Just make sure you have Judge Leon take the case when the IRS zaps you and you have to sue them.

    Be sure to remind the IRS that government records (such as W-2’s, etc) are not enough evidence to overcome the “presumption of good faith” in Judge Leon’s court; that’s the precedent that’s been set.

  2. Mike
    Posted March 14, 2011 at 4:42 am | Permalink | Reply

    Holder and justice have control. This is simply Watergate on a larger scale. All functions of the US government are involved – just like in 1972 through 1974. Deflect, deny, obstruct. The only hope is that Holder is not as professionally competent as the criminal AG John Mitchell.

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