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    Sunday, November 4, 2012

    Candidate for Illinois Supreme Court accepts bribe to fix case

    The following are links to the evidence proving that Cook County Circuit Court Probate Judge James Riley accepted bribes to fix a case. This is the tip of the iceberg of Graylord 2.
    Also the links for three cases presently before the U.S.Supreme Court concerning judicial corruption and treason are also presented that reveal extensive pervasive and systemic corruption and lawlessness in the Cook County Courts. Please write U.S. Attorney Eric Holder and ask for an investigation:
    U.S. Attorney Eric Holder
    U.S. Department of Justice
    950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
    Washington, DC 20530-0001
    e-mail = ffetf@usdoj.gov
    Office of the Attorney General of the United States
    (202) 514-2001


    These three cases are presently pro se before the U.S. Supreme Court.


    U.S. Supreme Court Docketed 12-6561


    The links to the Appendices for this petition (3 volumes) is as follows:
    U.S. Supreme Court Case no 11-10814
    The first Supplement to this petition is as follows: Supplement-to-Petition-for-Writ-of-Mandamus-to-U-S-Supreme-Court
    The third Supplement to this petition and the appendix to the supplement are as follows:
    I filed a 2nd Supplement - a transcript which I haven't posted yet, but which is attached. I am scanning them into the Scribd web site and will have a link soon.
    Note that Shelton was also unlawfully and maliciously arrested by order of this arrogant, ignorant, malicious, and dishonorable Judge Peggy Chiampas on a case which she had won by the Oak Lawn police and on warrants that had been withdrawn, who likely were told to do so by corrupt Cook County Sheriff staff.
    The supplement to this petition that was filed with the U.S. Supreme Court is as follows:
    We have also uncovered millions of dollars of felony federal funding fraud in divorce cases. You can read about this at the web sites that follow about Cook County Judges, although this is happening in all counties in Illinois.
    U.S. Supreme Court case no 11-10790
    The following petition for writ of certiorari, U.S. Supreme Court case no 11-10790, is just one case that illustrates the systemic problems in the court system. It is concerning a divorce case where David Bambic wrongfully, unconstitutionally, and unjustly lost custody of his children and falsely is accused of being dangerous to his children due to lies and hearsay from his drug addicted ex-wife, Catherine Wood, who was given custody, while the court is refusing to acknowledge that the Department of Children and Family Services invested the accusations against him by his ex-wife and determined them to be unfounded which proves the judge’s orders for custody and the divorce are illegal and void. Coincidentally Ms Wood worked in an Indian American Health as a drug-addiction counselor. She steals drugs from her clients.
    This reveals that it is a systemic problem that judges deny due process, violate statutes and give kids to the abusing parent based solely on hearsay.
    I hope you will spread around these links. Any assistance in obtaining pro bono legal assistance and press coverage will be appreciated.
    A lot more information about this systemic and pervasive corruption throughout the Cook County Court system can be found at these web sites:
    I and many others have sent out hundreds of FOIAs and have now been able to determine the paper trail as to how federal funds are being misused.
    The machine however has a strangle hold over the press and none of you will cover any of this.
    The US S Ct denied the latter two cases and petitions for rehearing are pending. Clearly if they don't issue summary orders concerning these cases then they are refusing to enforce their own rulings and constitutional rights.
    Linda Lorincz Shelton, PhD, MD
    Stop Illinois Corruption
    David Bambic
    Illinois Representative for govabuse.org


    and many others including 400,000 members of GovAbuse.org

    1 comment:

    Anonymous said...

    Paul Modrowski
    Incarcerated in Illinois at stateville prison
    His blog paulmodrowski.blogspot.com