Dare! follow the lead in Sen. E. Warren’s “plan” for holding judges accountable; and make a historic scoop by exposing the Judiciary as a racketeering branch

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follow the lead in Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s“plan”
for holding judges accountable
for abusing their power to enrich themselves; and
thereby make a historic scoop:
the exposure of the Judiciary as
a racketeering branch that voters bring downhttp://Judicial-Discipline-Reform.org/OL2/DrRCordero-media_DARE.pdf By Dr.Richard Cordero, Esq.
Ph.D., University of Cambridge, England
M.B.A…, University of Michigan Business School
D.E.A., La Sorbonne, Paris
Judicial Discipline Reform
New York City
Dr.Richard.Cordero_Esq@verizon.net , DrRCordero@Judicial-Discipline-Reform.org , CorderoRic@yahoo.com A. From Sen. Warren’s denunciation to the Judiciaryas a racketeering branch 1. Senator Elizabeth Warren has just released her “plan” for holding federal judges accountable for failing torecuse themselves from cases in which they own shares in one of the parties andeven resolving such conflict of interests in favor of that party and to thebenefit of themselves, even if at the expense of the opposing party and therule of law. 2. Her “plan” provides for judges’accountability to be ensured by the Judicial Conference of the U.S., an entityformed by judges who themselves may have engaged and still engage in theself-serving resolution of such conflict; and by Congress, the entity thatconfirms judicial nominees and thereafter protects them as ‘our men and women on the bench’. 3. Those entities are interested in preserving judges’ unaccountability…Expecting them to work against their interest is unrealistic and dooms her “plan” to failure(†>OL2:998). 4. Yet, Sen. Warren is the only member of Congress and the firstpresidential candidate who has dare criticize federal judges. 5. Given her example of courage, will journalists, editors,and publishers, i.e., the media, dare investigate her denunciation of judges’self-serving resolution of conflicts of interests to determine whether it exposestheir claim to integrity as a pretense? 6. Their investigation (*>OL:194§E)can be guided by the axiom ‘power is ever expanding’, and its corollary ‘the more blatantly one breaks therules, the more likely it is that one broke them in the past and is ready to doso in future’? How far have judges individually and collectively gone inabusing their power? 7. If the media dare follow Sen. Warren’s lead, they can makea scoop that provokes the scandal with the farthest-reaching impact ever: a. Federal judges are the only judges whosedecisions affect the whole country. b. They are the only officers appointed for life;so they need not restrain their conduct to avoid alienating voters orreappointers. c. Only they have self-disciplining authority,which they have abused by dismissing 100% of complaints and denying 100% ofpetitions to review those dismissals(*>jur:10-14;OL2:548, 748), both required by law to be filedwith them(†>OL2:918). d. Judges wield power to decide the controversiesbetween the other two branches, e.g., 1) whether Congress can issue subpoenas thatoverride the President’s claims to executive privilege; 2) a single district judge suspended nationwide the President’s Muslim travelban order; 3) judges have determined that the Presidentcannot invalidate Congress’s constitutional ‘power of the purse’ by reallocatingto the construction of the U.S.-Mexican wall funds appropriated for otherpurposes. e. Judges have abusively turned their arbitral powerinto power to retaliate. The risk of its application has frightened the otherbranches into abstaining from subjecting them to constitutional checks and balances. 8. Unencumbered by fear of job loss and punishment, andunchecked by the other branches, judges advance their interests by:
a. abusingtheir power over the property, liberty, and the rights and duties that frame thelives and shape the identity of parties and the rest of We the People; while b. protectingthemselves by intercepting people’s emails and mail to detect and suppresscritical ones(†>OL2:929). 9. Judges have the motive, means, and opportunity to turn risklessabuse into their coordinated, and the Federal Judiciary’s institutionalized,modus operandi(OL2:760). They are theofficers(*>jur:88§§a-c) of a racketeeringbranch. 10. This is shown in my two-volume study of judges and theirjudiciaries: ExposingJudges' Unaccountability and
Consequent Riskless Abuse of Power:
Pioneeringthe news and publishing field of
judicial unaccountability reporting* † * Volume 1: http://Judicial-Discipline-Reform.org/OL/DrRCordero-Honest_Jud_Advocates.pdf>all prefixes:page# up to prefix OL:page393 † Volume 2: http://Judicial-Discipline-Reform.org/OL2/DrRCordero-Honest_Jud_Advocates2.pdf >frompage OL2:394 a. Download the volume files using MS Edge,Firefox, or Chrome; it may happen that Internet Explorer only downloads a blankpage. b. Open the downloaded files using Adobe AcrobatReader, which is available for free at https://acrobat.adobe.com/us/en/acrobat/pdf-reader.html. c. In each downloaded file, go to the Menu bar>View >Navigation Panels >Bookmarks panel and use its bookmarks, whichmake navigating to the contents’ numerous(* †>blue references) very easy. B. Darerely on the precedent for exposing unaccountable judges’ abuse of power 11. The Washington Post dare pursue thestory about “a gardenvariety burglary” byburglars, disparagingly dubbed “the Five Plumbers”, who broke into the Watergate complex inWashington, DC, on June 17, 1972. ThePost continued daring until the story, shunned by its peers, became theWatergate scandal. On its bandwagon, every media outlet had to climb. They rodeit to the point of driving President Nixon to resign on August 8, 1974, andcausing “All thePresident’s Men”, his aides, to be convicted of abuse of power,conspiracy, obstruction of justice, etc. During those 2+ years The Postbecame a household name and established its reputation as a preeminentnewspaper. 12. Dare go beyond ThePost by setting off a generalized media investigation that exposes how SupremeCourt justices engaged in self-enrichment and abuse of power as lower courtjudges, continue to do so(*>jur:65§§1-4), andas “circuit justices” for the circuits to whichthey have been allotted under 28 U.S.C. §42, cover for those judges(†>OL2:918); and topple, not only “Men”,but a branch… 13. After The New YorkTimes dare publish its exposé of sexual predator Harvey Weinstein on October5, 2017, The New Yorker scrambled topublish its own exposé only five days later. The MeToo! movement erupted worldwide overnight and brought abouttransformative change. These publishers won Pulitzer prizes. TIME made its Persons of the Year those who dare be “Silence Breakers”. 14. The New York Times dare denounce themistreatment of civil right protesters to suppress their criticism, which ledto NYT v. Sullivan,376 U.S. 254 (1964) , 376 U.S. 254 (1964), and its actual malice standard indefense of freedom of speech and thepress. It dare publish the Pentagon Papers exposing the lies underlying theVietnam War. 15. Dare become today’s L’Aurore(First Light of Day), which publishedFrench writer Emile Zola’s I accuse!letter on January 13, 1898, and made journalistic history in the publishing ofpublic misconduct exposés(*>jur:98§2). Dare writeopenly or be a discreet in print Deep Throat(jur:106§c)like… 16. Anonymous Whistleblower dare file his/her fewpages of public misconduct complaint and thereby launched the Ukrainian scandalgeneralized media investigation. In two weeks, the media accomplished what SpecialCounsel Robert Mueller failed to do in his almost two-year probe and nearly400-page report: cause the opening of first an informal, now a formal,impeachment inquiry. 17. We the People,emboldened by the MeToo! attitude,dare shout self-assertively the rallying cry: Enough is enough!
We won’t take any abuse by anybody anymore. 18. You, emboldened by Sen. Warren, can request each of theother presidential candidates to take a stand on her denunciation ofself-enriching, abusive judges. This can substantially impact the campaign by insertingthe issue in it. 19. Thereby you can pioneer an event that has never occurredin the thousands of years during which kings and governments have appointed ‘their men and women to the bench’: a. You can thus enable thePeople, during a presidential campaign, when politicians are mostresponsive to public outrage, to assert their status as the source of allpolitical power and masters of all public servants, entitled to hold also theirjudicial public servants accountable AND liable to compensate the victims oftheir abuse. 20. That will constitute transformative change in thejudiciary and the rest of government. 21. To foster that change, dare invest in the research andwriting, and strategic thinking of Judicial Discipline Reform, as set forth inits business plan(†>OL2:914), e.g.,to develop its website at http://www.Judicial-Discipline-Reform.org ,whose appeal is proven by its 28,479+ subscribers(OL2:Appendix3). 22. Dare publish one(†>OL2:998)or a series(OL2:719§C) of my articles to informthe People about how judges provethat “powercorrupts and absolute [unaccountable] power corrupts absolutely”(*>jur27fnfn28). 23. If you dare seize this opportunity to bring about suchtransformative change, you can become nationally recognized by a grateful People as their Champion of Justice. 24. Time is of the essence. Dare trigger history!(†>OL2:953)…and you may enter it.
http://Judicial-Discipline-Reform.org/OL2/DrRCordero-Honest_Jud_Advocates2.pdf C. Put your money where your outrage at abuse andpassion for justice are because Everymeaningful cause needs resources for its advancement;
none can be advanced without money 25. So I have written a prospectus(†>OL2:914)‡to apply to venture capitalists for venture capital –not a loan– to run Judicial Discipline Reform as a for-profit business guided bythe motto: Making money while doing justice.
http://Judicial-Discipline-Reform.org/OL2/DrRCordero-Venture_Capitalists.pdf 26. The capital will help Judicial Discipline Reform to continue its professional andoriginal law research and writing,and strategic thinking. 27. It will also enhanceits website at http://www…Judicial-Discipline-Reform.org. Its publicappeal is so extensive that out of its many visitors it has turned intosubscribers 28,479 and counting (†>OL2:Appendix 3).That proven appeal can be fostered and monetized by enhancing the site from aninformational one into: a. aclearinghouse for complaints(†>OL2:918) about judges that anybody can upload;and b. aresearch center for auditing(*>OL:274-280,304-307) many complaints in search of (*>jur:131§b,*>OL:255) the most persuasive type ofevidence, i.e., patterns(†>OL2:792§A), trends,and schemes(OL2:614) of abuse of power. 28. Capital isalso needed to undertake the concrete, realistic, and feasible ProgrammaticActivities (†>OL2:916§C,978§E) aimed to form anational movement and attain its objectives of judicial abuse exposure,compensation, and reform. The Program shows that there is a thought-outbusiness plan reasonably calculated to turn a profit. 29. I offer to present this article and the application forventure capital to you and your colleagues at a video conference or in person;cf.:http://Judicial-Discipline-Reform.org/OL2/DrRCordero_judges_abuse_video.mp4
http://Judicial-Discipline-Reform.org/OL2/DrRCordero_judges_abuse_slides.pdf 30. You may use the information below to contact me anddiscuss the presentation’s terms and conditions and its scheduling. Dr.Richard Cordero, Esq.
Judicial Discipline Reform
2165 Bruckner Blvd.
Bronx, NY 10472-6506
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