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Posts by hdrabon

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  • DA will review case of ex-boss, judge

    02/02/2006 7:22:50 AM PST · 7 of 10
    hdrabon to Constitution Day

    All the major players in this drama (and numerous of their connected friends), are substantive members of the North Carolina Democratic Party machine -- The stranglehold that the Dems have so long had in N.C. appears to have been primarily through the court system/legal industry all along. . . .

    Hubert

  • DA will review case of ex-boss, judge

    02/02/2006 3:45:41 AM PST · 1 of 10
    hdrabon
    Sending the case to Honeycutt's protege and Brewer's colleague, Michael Parker, who was coronated by the Union County Bar, NC Governor (and former NC Attorney General) Mike Easley, and NC Attorney General Roy Cooper WITHOUT an election less than two years into Honeycutt's "last" D.A. term when Honeycutt "retired" in anticipation of the charges being brought against was little more than a disingenuous punt by the NC Bar. After all, the NC Bar is fully aware that Parker was on the Honeycutt D.A. team when the death penalty case misdeeds were done.

    The NC Bar is seriously conflicted with itself over the matter of Ken Honeycutt, past president of the North Carolina Conference of District Attorneys, and Scott Brewer, about whom it can be proven that the NC Bar has given passes to on other misconduct matters, is attempting to somehow avoid corruption charges in its own ranks by its increasingly bizarre actions in the Honeycutt & Brewer matter. If justice is ever actually done in this case, corrupt activity in the North Carolina legal industry will unravel all the way to the governor's and state attorney general's offices.

    Yeah, like the NC Bar (which supposedly exists on behalf of the citizenry), is actually interested in airing-out its own dirty laundry, and exposing the true nature of the industry it supports (in reality) to "We, the People." ;^)

  • Invalid Rule Spares Former Prosecutors from Discipline

    01/23/2006 7:08:08 AM PST · 21 of 21
    hdrabon to Lurker

    Read post # 19 about just how convienient the clerical error was in actuality. . . .

  • Invalid Rule Spares Former Prosecutors from Discipline

    01/23/2006 6:42:32 AM PST · 20 of 21
    hdrabon to AlexandriaDuke
  • Invalid Rule Spares Former Prosecutors from Discipline

    01/23/2006 6:37:28 AM PST · 19 of 21
    hdrabon to AlexandriaDuke

    The following is from a Raleigh News & Observer article by Joseph Neff, originally published Nov 02, 2003 and revised Jan 12, 2006.

    It SHOULD not only start to answer your questions about the Alan Gell issue, who was the defendant, but also the prosecutorial question -- David Hoke, the prosecutor, is very high in the NC State court system

    Any wonder about the clerical error with the NC State Supreme Court?

    http://www.newsobserver.com/634/story/386637.html

    The price and the pain:

    For the wrongfully convicted, prosecutorial misconduct means years in prison. For the victims' families and the public, there is the pain and cost of a second trial. For the prosecutors, there are rarely any consequences.

    An example: David Hoke, who prosecuted Alan Gell, is now the No. 2 administrator in the state court system. Debra Graves, his co-counsel, is a federal public defender. Both declined to talk about the case.

  • Invalid Rule Spares Former Prosecutors from Discipline

    01/21/2006 6:57:08 AM PST · 11 of 21
    hdrabon to TaxRelief

    My wife and I were victims of Brewer & Honeycutt's courtroom activities in separate, but related matters. We were hoping for SOME consolation from the charges being brought against them. Imagine how sick WE, and the "victims" in the murder case at hand feel. (The NC Bar has our materials. . . .)

    If we are loud enough in our protests to the right people, then perhaps Carolin Bakewell at the NC Bar (the "good" prosecutor against them that brought it THIS far) can eventually get this to the US Supreme Court.

    Hubert

  • Invalid Rule Spares Former Prosecutors from Discipline

    01/21/2006 6:53:06 AM PST · 9 of 21
    hdrabon to Carolinamom

    Check the link to the article at the News & Observer. On the right side of the page is an "outline" of the rule.

    Thank you for asking.

    Hubert D. Rabon

  • Invalid Rule Spares Former Prosecutors from Discipline

    01/21/2006 5:47:13 AM PST · 6 of 21
    hdrabon to Lurker

    The valiant NC Bar prosecutor, Ms. Carolin Bakewell, can only succeed, probably, if she turns this over to federal officials. The NC legal industry is hopelessly incestuous and deeply mired in Caligulation. HDR

  • Invalid Rule Spares Former Prosecutors from Discipline

    01/21/2006 4:50:45 AM PST · 2 of 21
    hdrabon to hdrabon

    My "final" paragraph SHOULD HAVE read --

    The people, and justice, take it up the *** again. The legal industry is responsible for the mess our country is in. . . . If all politics is local, and local legal politics is like this, our country is in a hopeless situation, many fear.

  • Invalid Rule Spares Former Prosecutors from Discipline

    01/21/2006 4:46:31 AM PST · 1 of 21
    hdrabon
    The article says it all --

    District Attorney, Michael Parker, groomed by Honeycutt (and on staff during the Hoffman murder trial) and hand-picked by Honeycutt when he "retired" (just after the original charges against him and "Judge" Scott Brewer were raised), and Coronated by former NC State Attorney General, NC Governor, Mike Easley, and current NC State Attorney General, Roy Cooper, both personal friends and political allies of Honeycutt, will not likely bring charges against his mentor, Honeycutt.

    The people, and justice, take it up the *** again. he legal industry is responsible for the mess our country is in. . . .

  • Bar calls ex-DAs' actions feloniesEvidence withheld in '96 murder case

    01/17/2006 11:11:58 AM PST · 12 of 13
    hdrabon to BJClinton

    Good question -- Unknown (personally). The issue is that there was not enough evidence, apparently, to convict him without breaking the rules. Of course, shortcuts for the Union Co., NC Bar Gang (and NC Bar Gang, for that matter) (from OUR personal experience) is standard. . . .

    Curious about the "lovely family" comment.

    Hubert

  • Bar calls ex-DAs' actions feloniesEvidence withheld in '96 murder case

    01/17/2006 3:26:21 AM PST · 9 of 13
    hdrabon to PROSOUTH

    Don't get me wrong, I'm not for criminals going free. It is whether any of us can expect justice when the rules are broken to win cases. Bless you for the work you do, but there are locals like you who garnered promotions (if not more) for keeping their silence.

    In the Union County, NC courts, obstruction is rewarded, and such is sanctioned by silence by the leading law enforcement officials in the state. . . .

  • Bar calls ex-DAs' actions feloniesEvidence withheld in '96 murder case

    01/16/2006 8:18:24 AM PST · 1 of 13
    hdrabon
    The NC Bar has more on its hands than it realizes with this case. If Honeycutt and Brewer actually get prosecuted, their testimony against numerous other legal industry individuals in North Carolina may bring-down big names all the way to the attorney general's office.

    Ken Honeycutt groomed, hand-picked, and Roy Cooper coronated (unelected) D.A., Michael Parker, who named a room in the new Union County Courthouse after Honeycutt (shortly after getting his new post), will never conduct a genuine prosecution of Brewer and Honeycutt. As a friend of Honeycutt, Roy Cooper is unlikely to do anything other than window dressing himself.

    The Honeycutt and Brewer matter is just the pinnacle of the corruption in the Union County, NC legal industry.

  • Add to Katrina housing thread

    09/05/2005 6:04:23 AM PDT · 9 of 9
    hdrabon to SueRae

    This isn't either or, its both and.

    As we offer housing, there are a few cautions we shoud consider -- 1st and foremost, call your insurance agent and let them know what you are doing.

    2. Make sure the refugees you take-in are registered with the American Red Cross.

    3. Know who to contact locally for assistance. As many refugees as you take, you take dependents and CAN get assistance.

    4. There's more, but I'm talking from past experience.

    HDR

  • Justice (John Paul Stevens) Weighs Desire v. Duty (Duty Prevails)

    08/26/2005 8:35:41 AM PDT · 26 of 26
    hdrabon to Alia

    Please ping the John Paul Stevens' schizophrenic controversy for the North Carolina ping.

  • Justice (John Paul Stevens) Weighs Desire v. Duty (Duty Prevails)

    08/26/2005 8:04:38 AM PDT · 25 of 26
    hdrabon to wagglebee

    John Paul Stevens on ABC World News Tonight about his speach to the American Lawyers this past week --

    On Kelo-New London: He would have sided differently as a legislator, but as a jurist had to uphold the Constitution.

    PROOF of the voracious schizophrenia of the American legal industry in order to keep the citizenry off-balance. It AIN'T a liberal/conservative thing!!!! It is the legal industry attempting to subvert the Constitution and political processes for its own ends. After all, the national and the state legislatures are full of JURISTS AS THE MAJORITY VOCATION THAT IS REPRESENTED!!!!

    By the way, ABC doesn't seem to proud of running ITS story last night, as nothing of it can be found on the ABC news site!?

    HDR

  • DWI Death Prompts Myrick To Propose Immigration Changes - local police would track illegal aliens

    08/17/2005 9:54:45 AM PDT · 14 of 14
    hdrabon to Alia

    Agreed -- The need is a clear and present one. The problems with Myrick's plan, however, are (at least):

    1. It's a too little too late pre-campaign ploy by Myrick.
    2. As a follow-up to # 1, the way the plan addresses BUSINESS and illegal immigrants is at best only smoke and mirrors -- The miserably failing I-9 plan is already in place, and Myrick's plan does little to improve upon it other than threaten fines for violators. A federal employee would need to visit each and every business in this country weekly, if not more often, to BEGIN to check-up on how employers are now supposed to document LEGAL employees (via I-9).

    Though SOMETHING needs to be done, as long as leaders like Easley, etc., are letting borders, rules, and regulations to be swiss cheese or only a matter of convenience for political agendas, then the nightmare will only continue, but with even bigger bureaucracy and even more regulations that are impossible to impose (except for the occasional example that will be made).

    In essence, Myrick is no better than Easley on immigration when it comes to how to handle it. At least we know where Easley stands -- Myrick is a make-believe do-gooder. . . .

    HDR

  • DWI Death Prompts Myrick To Propose Immigration Changes - local police would track illegal aliens

    08/17/2005 6:43:20 AM PDT · 12 of 14
    hdrabon to ConsentofGoverned; Alia

    Sue Myrick on her "brilliant" immigration bill w/Keith Larson this am on www.wbt.com . Listen online!

    By the way -- SOMEONE (besides me) needs to ask her why the current gov-co employment eligibility program (the lame DOJ-INS I-9 process) isn't working well enough, how it will be incorporated into the Myrick plan, and how the Myrick plan does any better than the current lame I-9 employment documentation process. . . .

    HDR

  • Needed work on eminent domain

    08/06/2005 3:45:52 AM PDT · 22 of 22
    hdrabon to o_zarkman44

    It is the REAL us and them in this country, and we've fallen for it wholesale. . . .

  • Former police chief Haulk files to run for CIty Council

    08/05/2005 8:03:09 AM PDT · 11 of 14
    hdrabon to Arpege92

    The toned-down version does no justice to the reality!

  • Former police chief Haulk files to run for CIty Council

    08/05/2005 7:52:44 AM PDT · 8 of 14
    hdrabon to ConservativeMan55

    TERRIBLY sorry about being so confusing by trying to relate so much in a succinct space. For the uninitiated it is confusing anyway. Must do better next time!

  • Former police chief Haulk files to run for CIty Council

    08/05/2005 7:42:44 AM PDT · 7 of 14
    hdrabon to Arpege92

    The Police Chief, was fired by the Monroe City Council and the City Manager, who "redesigned" the Police Department over a two or so year period PRIOR TO the firing of the Police Chief. Shortly thereafter, the City Council fired the City Manager, paying him a HUGE amount of money and benefits to keep quiet about why he was fired.

  • Former police chief Haulk files to run for CIty Council

    08/05/2005 7:40:13 AM PDT · 5 of 14
    hdrabon to ConservativeMan55

    The whole thing is actually much better than that. Any of our local media outlets could probably have earned a Pulitzer for dissecting the whole matter of the Monroe Police Department, The City Council, The Mayor, and the City Manager. There are a few posts around Freepville that give greater detail on EACH of these.

    If you were a Monrovian, it would all seem very normal and average for Union County, NC politics, where Monroe, NC is the county seat. HDRabon

  • Former police chief Haulk files to run for CIty Council

    08/05/2005 7:37:43 AM PDT · 3 of 14
    hdrabon to hdrabon

    CORRECTION -- The fired Monroe, NC Police Chief is running for City Council, not Mayor.

  • Former police chief Haulk files to run for CIty Council

    08/05/2005 7:26:02 AM PDT · 1 of 14
    hdrabon
    Do you suppose that former Monroe, NC Chief of Police, Bobby Haulk, will ever tell the REAL story behind why he was fired? Will ANYONE or any entity ever have the courage to actually look into not only HIS firing, but the "reorganization" done in the Monroe, NC Police Department during the same 3 years or so of "trouble" at the Police Department during the same time frame, and which was "implemented" by the recently fired and paid handsomely by the Monroe, NC City Council to keep the reasons for the firing silent?

    It sure won't be the Monroe Enquirer-Journal doing it, now, will it? Hubert D. Rabon -- Monroe, NC.

  • Needed work on eminent domain

    08/05/2005 6:51:49 AM PDT · 20 of 22
    hdrabon to o_zarkman44

    Amen, and Amen -- In North Carolina the politicos from the state to the local level don't even care what the public thinks about this issue -- They've distributed sominex in the form of assurances from state law schools and the NC Bar owned and run state legislature.

    The locals either don't understand the issues, WANT the sominex osmosed into their constituents, or believe that speaking up on THIS issue gets them a free ride into the NC Bar owned and run media's political "freak-of-the-week" zone. (At least that's the impression Union County, NC municipal and county leaders give.)

    Whatever the case, the NC State and local Bars and Bar Associations and the powerful friends they use like cheap whores, when necessary, for the ultimate benefit of the NC legal industry (that is, when they can't whore themselves, as usual, for their own benefit), prefer the silence. This is especially true in light of the fact that EVERY NC Real Estate document is a creation of the NC Bar, and every Real Estate law and transaction in NC drives money into the NC Legal Industry, which uses the NC judicial system to do its will --

    As long as we keep taking the sominex. . . . Wait till you see what's next on the American legal industry's agenda! Don't just blame the politicians and politics -- Blame the lawyer-politicians who have the penultimate control over how politics works itself out locally, and then at the state level, and then nationally in the lawyer-politician run Congress and American Bar owned and operated SCOTUS. County and municipal paid lawyers make law every time a county or municipal board meets, and the lawyers at the state level are nothing but gleeful.

    Look at what is happening in Indian Trail, NC and THEIR municipal lawyer's SCOTUS-like legal determinations as a very SIMPLE example!HDR

  • County Leaders Secretly Hire Private Investigator

    07/29/2005 6:43:12 AM PDT · 20 of 20
    hdrabon to tubebender

    Well, the DA is part of the local lawyer-judicial machine: TOO much is at stake for corruptors of county and municipal processes.

  • County Leaders Secretly Hire Private Investigator

    07/29/2005 6:26:25 AM PDT · 18 of 20
    hdrabon to freepatriot32

    At least the local media rag gave this a little attention -- In Union Co., NC, the local media are in the pockets of the wrongdoers, er, uh, leaders. Things happen here, and the victims are treated like lepers, or like they're crazy, etc. . . .

  • County Leaders Secretly Hire Private Investigator

    07/29/2005 6:20:40 AM PDT · 17 of 20
    hdrabon to TBP

    The issue of liberal-conservative, Democrat-Republican is a red herring anymore. Those are only terms the legal industry uses to keep the populace occupied while they make law all around us through municipal and county attorney representations, a vocational majority in the state legislatures and the US Congress, and ownership/control of the American legal system (judicial branch).

    At the very end of THIS story are the attorneys awaiting the fallout, and the county attorney (at least) who will get paid by taxpayer money to "handle" this. . . .

  • County Leaders Secretly Hire Private Investigator

    07/28/2005 11:11:03 AM PDT · 11 of 20
    hdrabon to Spirited

    All politics is local, remember? As goes your county or municipality, so goes your country!

    Blessings, HDR

  • County Leaders Secretly Hire Private Investigator

    07/28/2005 6:49:35 AM PDT · 1 of 20
    hdrabon
    REGARDLESS of the source of the comments about the county, it is appalling that taxpayer money can secretly be paid to an private investigator to look into ANY of the citizenry. Now the county will pay more than it EVER expected, and the Rowan Co. and NC legal industry will rack-up as a result.

    Another example of government out of control that gives US reason to fly our flag upside down.

    HDR

  • Lawmaker: Immigration staffing 'inexcusable' - Insists man's death was "entirely preventable."

    07/22/2005 6:22:34 AM PDT · 23 of 32
    hdrabon to Happy2BMe

    The following was my post on my state site about Myrick yesterday --

    Myrick being rightly ridiculed on WBT this morning by Keith Larson for her "come-lately" words on illegal immigration. She's got a POOR report card on immigration issues. . . .

    Must be getting near re-election time -- Myrick is appearing in the news for her rhetoric in a number of arenas.

    HDR

  • RUSH Live Thread 7-20 (Update: CHENEY ON AT 2:30 EST)

    07/20/2005 9:35:28 AM PDT · 46 of 253
    hdrabon to RobFromGa

    Lawyers are lawyers are lawyers, etc., etc., etc. -- Roberts, like ANY other nominee, is now in sight of having the best position in the land where law can be made for the benefit of the legal industry.

    THAT is the point of the lawyer "jealousy," not that a hick on "the right" is a nominee. . . . It could have been ANYONE as far as the legal industry is concerned. The legal industry is leaving the wrangling about it to the political liberals and the political conservatives, members of the legal industry or otherwise, because in the long run, the legal industry really doesn't care as long as the wheels of justice grind its way.

    THAT is the reality, like it or not. . . . Hubert D. Rabon, Monroe, NC.

    HDR

  • Freeper Activism Skills Exchange Thread

    07/20/2005 6:58:47 AM PDT · 20 of 23
    hdrabon to Maceman
    The North Carolina real estate industry is TOO in the hands of the state's legal industry for the legal industry controlled legislature and attorney governor to EVER do ANYTHING substantive to "blunt" the decision. . . . We (my veteran wife, and I) have been flying our flag upside-down since July 4, and have successfully explained to our neighbors, etc., why we have done so. Our nation is in distress. We would like to do more, but our state (and local government) have beat the people into sheeple around these parts. . . . Hubert D. Rabon Monroe, NC
  • States are moving to stop Supreme Court

    07/20/2005 6:53:47 AM PDT · 11 of 11
    hdrabon to edcoil

    The North Carolina real estate industry is TOO in the hands of the state's legal industry for the legal industry controlled legislature and attorney governor to EVER do ANYTHING substantive to "blunt" the decision. . . .

  • States Trying to Blunt Property Ruling

    07/20/2005 6:52:23 AM PDT · 7 of 7
    hdrabon to Tumbleweed_Connection

    The North Carolina real estate industry is TOO in the hands of the state's legal industry for the legal industry controlled legislature and attorney governor to EVER do ANYTHING substantive to "blunt" the decision. . . .

  • Professor: N.C. unaffected by Supreme Court condemnation ruling

    07/20/2005 6:18:40 AM PDT · 51 of 52
    hdrabon to LibertySon
    Two years ago as part of a real estate "farming" project, my wife and I put small American flags (rightside up, mind you) in each yard in our small neighborhood and a couple of additional neighborhoods close-by. We placed 100 flags (though, more or less, this was an advertisement for the real estate agency with which I worked). We got great replies from several of the neighbors, and especially some of the veterans. (My wife is a veteran, too, by the way.) As part of the "response" to our upside downing of the flag, one of the local "decorated" Iraq veterans recently returned (home for at least 2 years) asked us about our action. We explained, and together we discussed a number of issues. (We are "with" him and the others serving in Iraq who have come to know that we ARE doing the right thing to fight for our liberty against a theo-centric political philosophy, paradise-bent on world domination.) He agrees we are in trouble and thanked us for OUR courage. . . . We were/are humbled at HIS comment when all we are trying to do is bring attention to what are truly perilous times ahead for the US citizenry FROM WITHIN! It may be no solution, but it sure does get attention -- Maybe the type of attention is not the same as the "56," but our resolve to maintain their dreams for our country is no less. I love your Freep-name -- LibertySon. Thank you for your comments. Hubert D. Rabon Monroe, NC
  • How's this for a surprise: City seized his lot and sold it (Eminent Domain in New Jersey)

    07/12/2005 6:56:28 AM PDT · 56 of 67
    hdrabon to Ronaldus Magnus Reagan

    By the way -- That's why my veteran wife and I began "publishing" that we would begin flying our American flag upside down on July 4, and actually did so and continue to do so.

    Our country is in distress and this is a legitimate means to express our concerns down here in Union Co., North Carolina's nexus of evil. . . .

    HDRabon

  • How's this for a surprise: City seized his lot and sold it (Eminent Domain in New Jersey)

    07/12/2005 6:47:38 AM PDT · 55 of 67
    hdrabon to Ronaldus Magnus Reagan

    It isn't liberalism --
    SCOTUS has proven with the New London ruling that it is the legal industry. THIS town's leaders, in consort with the town's supreme court (the town attorney), MADE LAW for the benefit of their powerful friends, most of whom are in real estate in one way or another, which is IN EVERY CASE IN THIS LAND DIRECTLY controlled at the state and local level by THE LEGAL INDUSTRY!

    Since the US Congress and all the State Legislatures are comprised of LAWYERS (as the industry MOST represented in those bodies), there is no relief for the rest of us.

    It is the US Legal Industry against the people it earns billions and billions from every year in an unregulated way and through payments from local taxpayersto local supreme courts (municipal and county attorneys).

    It's worse than you think, and wait till you see what they have planned next!

    "Don't piss down my back and tell me its raining." The outlaw, Josey Wales.

    End Black Collar crime. . . . Get lawyers out of politics.

  • The Coming Revenge of the "New Londoners"

    06/28/2005 7:13:25 AM PDT · 37 of 43
    hdrabon to freepatriot32; abbi_normal_2; adam_az; Alamo-Girl; Alas; alfons; alphadog; AMDG&BVMH; amom; ...

    Does anyone besides me “see” the paradox (planned coincidence?) about how the legal industry’s access to due process processes and its access of the police power of the state were COMPLETELY corrupted by TWO of the Supreme Court’s decisions this past week?

    First, there is the eminent domain and private property decision where due process and property rights were determined to be whatever municipalities and counties and their access to the local courts say they want it to be. The police power of the state is (already) now in place to be more forcefully used to exercise and ensure the new power given by the Supreme Court.

    Now, the state/the legal industry must turn the New Londoners INTO CRIMINALS in order to remove them from “their” property since they say they are not moving anyway. In essence, the Supreme Court decision here is nothing more than a rubber stamp on the already existing, “broken,” and systemically irreparable legal system, its organic relation to counties and municipalities, and their necessary “war” against the REAL people.

    Second, there is the refusal to hold the police power of the state responsible for failure to enforce restraining orders. “The Supreme Court ruled 7-2 that police cannot be sued for how they enforce restraining orders, ending a lawsuit by a Colorado woman who claimed police did not do enough to prevent her estranged husband from killing her three young daughters.”

    What is the point in any longer paying for and seeking the filing of restraining orders?

    What is the incentive, now, for property owners to pay property taxes if they can lose their property, and become labeled as criminals by the (legal industry “puppet”) police power of the state, anyway?

    The legal industry and its glove-puppet Supreme Court is purposely putting the citizenry our country in a serious bind, with nowhere to turn. NO political leaders locally or nationally are speaking-out about the contradictions. (A county commissioner’s or municipal council-member's life career COULD be built on rejecting these decisions as a permanent political, philosophical, and MORAL position.)

    That is why my veteran wife, who now feels she risked her life on United States democratic principals that no longer functionally exist, and I are flying our flag upside down, and are urging others to do the same for July 4.

    Awaken the people whatever way you can! “It’s the legal industry, stupid.” Expose and end black collar crime NOW, or prepare for its imperial rule. . . .

    Hdrabon
    Monroe, NC

  • The Coming Revenge of the "New Londoners"

    06/28/2005 7:04:31 AM PDT · 36 of 43
    hdrabon to WayneLusvardi

    Does anyone besides me “see” the paradox (planned coincidence?) about how the legal industry’s access to due process processes and its access of the police power of the state were COMPLETELY corrupted by TWO of the Supreme Court’s decisions this past week?

    First, there is the eminent domain and private property decision where due process and property rights were determined to be whatever municipalities and counties and their access to the local courts say they want it to be. The police power of the state is (already) now in place to be more forcefully used to exercise and ensure the new power given by the Supreme Court.

    Now, the state/the legal industry must turn the New Londoners INTO CRIMINALS in order to remove them from “their” property since they say they are not moving anyway. In essence, the Supreme Court decision here is nothing more than a rubber stamp on the already existing, “broken,” and systemically irreparable legal system, its organic relation to counties and municipalities, and their necessary “war” against the REAL people.

    Second, there is the refusal to hold the police power of the state responsible for failure to enforce restraining orders. “The Supreme Court ruled 7-2 that police cannot be sued for how they enforce restraining orders, ending a lawsuit by a Colorado woman who claimed police did not do enough to prevent her estranged husband from killing her three young daughters.”

    What is the point in any longer paying for and seeking the filing of restraining orders?

    What is the incentive, now, for property owners to pay property taxes if they can lose their property, and become labeled as criminals by the (legal industry “puppet”) police power of the state, anyway?

    The legal industry and its glove-puppet Supreme Court is purposely putting the citizenry our country in a serious bind, with nowhere to turn. NO political leaders locally or nationally are speaking-out about the contradictions. (A county commissioner’s or municipal council-member's life career COULD be built on rejecting these decisions as a permanent political, philosophical, and MORAL position.)

    That is why my veteran wife, who now feels she risked her life on United States democratic principals that no longer functionally exist, and I are flying our flag upside down, and are urging others to do the same for July 4.

    Awaken the people whatever way you can! “It’s the legal industry, stupid.” Expose and end black collar crime NOW, or prepare for its imperial rule. . . .

    Hdrabon
    Monroe, NC

    "Don't piss down my back and tell me its raining." The Outlaw Josey Wales

  • Utah Bans Eminent Domain Use by Redevelopment Agencies

    06/26/2005 4:16:09 PM PDT · 69 of 70
    hdrabon to JCEccles

    Yeah, Right! Let's trust the legislative bodies, that are comprised mostly of MEMBERS OF THE LEGAL INDUSTRY!

    Have you noticed how few to NO community, or more importantly, national leaders, Republican/Democrat, liberal/conservative have come to the defense or condemnation of the Supreme Court's erosion of our 5th Amendment rights last week?

    Thomas Jefferson had THIS to say --

    "To consider the judges (the legal industry) as the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions [is] a very dangerous doctrine indeed, and one which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy. Our judges (the legal industry) are as honest as other men and not more so. They have with others the same passions for party, for power, and the privilege of their corps. Their maxim is boni judicis est ampliare jurisdictionem [good justice is broad jurisdiction], and their power the more dangerous as they are in office for life and not responsible, as the other functionaries are, to the elective control. The Constitution has erected no such single tribunal, knowing that to whatever hands confided, with the corruptions of time and party, its members would become despots. It has more wisely made all the departments co-equal and co-sovereign within themselves."
    —Thomas Jefferson to William C. Jarvis, 1820. ME 15:277

    Then --

    "In denying the right [the Supreme Court usurps] of exclusively explaining the Constitution, I go further than [others] do, if I understand rightly [this] quotation from the Federalist of an opinion that 'the judiciary is the last resort in relation to the other departments of the government, but not in relation to the rights of the parties to the compact under which the judiciary is derived.' If this opinion be sound, then indeed is our Constitution a complete felo de se [act of suicide]. For intending to establish three departments, coordinate and independent, that they might check and balance one another, it has given, according to this opinion, to one of them alone the right to prescribe rules for the government of the others, and to that one, too, which is unelected by and independent of the nation. For experience has already shown that the impeachment it has provided is not even a scare-crow . . . The Constitution on this hypothesis is a mere thing of wax in the hands of the judiciary, which they may twist and shape into any form they please."
    —Thomas Jefferson to Spencer Roane, 1819. ME 15:212

    Catch that last line again: "The Constitution on this hypothesis is a mere thing of wax in the hands of the judiciary, which they may twist and shape into any form they please."

    As I've been saying for so long, "It's the legal industry, stupid." They've been playing us against each other while they've quietly been taking control.

    Regrettably, it appears that except for local and national "conservative" talk-show hosts, the nation has been lulled back to sleep.

    Nevertheless, we've still got our flag upside down for the fourth. Take care, all!

    HDRabon

  • Professor: N.C. unaffected by Supreme Court condemnation ruling

    06/26/2005 4:14:14 PM PDT · 49 of 52
    hdrabon to ErnBatavia

    My madness is comprised of method, or something or the other in one form or place, you know? It's like THIS: Our country is now in serious distress, and this is a VERY appropriate way for the citizenry to respond.

    Now please consider --

    Have you noticed how few to NO community, or more importantly, national leaders, Republican/Democrat, liberal/conservative have come to the defense or condemnation of the Supreme Court's erosion of our 5th Amendment rights last week?

    Thomas Jefferson had THIS to say --

    "To consider the judges (the legal industry) as the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions [is] a very dangerous doctrine indeed, and one which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy. Our judges (the legal industry) are as honest as other men and not more so. They have with others the same passions for party, for power, and the privilege of their corps. Their maxim is boni judicis est ampliare jurisdictionem [good justice is broad jurisdiction], and their power the more dangerous as they are in office for life and not responsible, as the other functionaries are, to the elective control. The Constitution has erected no such single tribunal, knowing that to whatever hands confided, with the corruptions of time and party, its members would become despots. It has more wisely made all the departments co-equal and co-sovereign within themselves."
    —Thomas Jefferson to William C. Jarvis, 1820. ME 15:277

    Then --

    "In denying the right [the Supreme Court usurps] of exclusively explaining the Constitution, I go further than [others] do, if I understand rightly [this] quotation from the Federalist of an opinion that 'the judiciary is the last resort in relation to the other departments of the government, but not in relation to the rights of the parties to the compact under which the judiciary is derived.' If this opinion be sound, then indeed is our Constitution a complete felo de se [act of suicide]. For intending to establish three departments, coordinate and independent, that they might check and balance one another, it has given, according to this opinion, to one of them alone the right to prescribe rules for the government of the others, and to that one, too, which is unelected by and independent of the nation. For experience has already shown that the impeachment it has provided is not even a scare-crow . . . The Constitution on this hypothesis is a mere thing of wax in the hands of the judiciary, which they may twist and shape into any form they please."
    —Thomas Jefferson to Spencer Roane, 1819. ME 15:212

    Catch that last line again: "The Constitution on this hypothesis is a mere thing of wax in the hands of the judiciary, which they may twist and shape into any form they please."

    As I've been saying for so long, "It's the legal industry, stupid." They've been playing us against each other while they've quietly been taking control.

    Regrettably, it appears that except for local and national "conservative" talk-show hosts, the nation has been lulled back to sleep.

    Nevertheless, we've still got our flag upside down for the fourth. Take care, all!

    HDRabon

  • Some Homeowners Vow To Stay Despite Ruling Against Them - But few options seem available

    06/26/2005 4:11:10 PM PDT · 217 of 217
    hdrabon to freepatriot32

    Just me AGAIN, making the same 4th of July suggestion of flying the flag upside down on THIS CRITICAL issue -- Have you noticed how few to NO community, or more importantly, national leaders, Republican/Democrat, liberal/conservative have come to the defense or condemnation of the Supreme Court's erosion of our 5th Amendment rights last week?

    Thomas Jefferson had THIS to say --

    "To consider the judges (the legal industry) as the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions [is] a very dangerous doctrine indeed, and one which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy. Our judges (the legal industry) are as honest as other men and not more so. They have with others the same passions for party, for power, and the privilege of their corps. Their maxim is boni judicis est ampliare jurisdictionem [good justice is broad jurisdiction], and their power the more dangerous as they are in office for life and not responsible, as the other functionaries are, to the elective control. The Constitution has erected no such single tribunal, knowing that to whatever hands confided, with the corruptions of time and party, its members would become despots. It has more wisely made all the departments co-equal and co-sovereign within themselves."
    —Thomas Jefferson to William C. Jarvis, 1820. ME 15:277

    Then --

    "In denying the right [the Supreme Court usurps] of exclusively explaining the Constitution, I go further than [others] do, if I understand rightly [this] quotation from the Federalist of an opinion that 'the judiciary is the last resort in relation to the other departments of the government, but not in relation to the rights of the parties to the compact under which the judiciary is derived.' If this opinion be sound, then indeed is our Constitution a complete felo de se [act of suicide]. For intending to establish three departments, coordinate and independent, that they might check and balance one another, it has given, according to this opinion, to one of them alone the right to prescribe rules for the government of the others, and to that one, too, which is unelected by and independent of the nation. For experience has already shown that the impeachment it has provided is not even a scare-crow . . . The Constitution on this hypothesis is a mere thing of wax in the hands of the judiciary, which they may twist and shape into any form they please."
    —Thomas Jefferson to Spencer Roane, 1819. ME 15:212

    Catch that last line again: "The Constitution on this hypothesis is a mere thing of wax in the hands of the judiciary, which they may twist and shape into any form they please."

    As I've been saying for so long, "It's the legal industry, stupid." They've been playing us against each other while they've quietly been taking control.

    Regrettably, it appears that except for local and national "conservative" talk-show hosts, the nation has been lulled back to sleep.

    Nevertheless, we've still got our flag upside down for the fourth. Take care, all!

    HDRabon

  • Freeport moves to seize 3 properties-Court's decision empowers the city to acquire the site...

    06/26/2005 4:09:21 PM PDT · 120 of 126
    hdrabon to freepatriot32

    Greetings, all! Have you noticed how few to NO community, or more importantly, national leaders, Republican/Democrat, liberal/conservative have come to the defense or condemnation of the Supreme Court's erosion of our 5th Amendment rights last week?

    Thomas Jefferson had THIS to say --

    "To consider the judges (the legal industry) as the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions [is] a very dangerous doctrine indeed, and one which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy. Our judges (the legal industry) are as honest as other men and not more so. They have with others the same passions for party, for power, and the privilege of their corps. Their maxim is boni judicis est ampliare jurisdictionem [good justice is broad jurisdiction], and their power the more dangerous as they are in office for life and not responsible, as the other functionaries are, to the elective control. The Constitution has erected no such single tribunal, knowing that to whatever hands confided, with the corruptions of time and party, its members would become despots. It has more wisely made all the departments co-equal and co-sovereign within themselves."
    —Thomas Jefferson to William C. Jarvis, 1820. ME 15:277

    Then --

    "In denying the right [the Supreme Court usurps] of exclusively explaining the Constitution, I go further than [others] do, if I understand rightly [this] quotation from the Federalist of an opinion that 'the judiciary is the last resort in relation to the other departments of the government, but not in relation to the rights of the parties to the compact under which the judiciary is derived.' If this opinion be sound, then indeed is our Constitution a complete felo de se [act of suicide]. For intending to establish three departments, coordinate and independent, that they might check and balance one another, it has given, according to this opinion, to one of them alone the right to prescribe rules for the government of the others, and to that one, too, which is unelected by and independent of the nation. For experience has already shown that the impeachment it has provided is not even a scare-crow . . . The Constitution on this hypothesis is a mere thing of wax in the hands of the judiciary, which they may twist and shape into any form they please."
    —Thomas Jefferson to Spencer Roane, 1819. ME 15:212

    Catch that last line again: "The Constitution on this hypothesis is a mere thing of wax in the hands of the judiciary, which they may twist and shape into any form they please."

    As I've been saying for so long, "It's the legal industry, stupid." They've been playing us against each other while they've quietly been taking control.

    Regrettably, it appears that except for local and national "conservative" talk-show hosts, the nation has been lulled back to sleep.

    Nevertheless, we've still got our flag upside down for the fourth. Take care, all!

    HDRabon

  • Professor: N.C. unaffected by Supreme Court condemnation ruling

    06/24/2005 8:10:38 AM PDT · 25 of 52
    hdrabon to Constitution Day

    FLY THE FLAG UPSIDE-DOWN ON JULY 4 TO SHOW CITIZEN CONCERN ABOUT OUR COUNTRY BEING IN GENUINE DISTRESS. This IS a legitimate AND ALREADY LEGAL means of protest. . . .


    I THINK my new tag-line is going to become, "It's the Legal Industry, stupid!" The Supreme Court rubber-stamped the activity already afoot in NC AND numerous other states, municipalities, and counties. (THE NC BAR "DEVELOPED" ALL THE NC REAL ESTATED DOCUMENTS ANYWAY!)

    Its THE LAWYERS who are truly redefining what "is" is in each and every board of adjustments and planning board meeting around the state! EVERY lawyer on the Supreme Court is well aware of the legal industry's gain to be made in all of this, as well as was EVERY lawyer involved up and down the ladder from New London to the Supreme Court.

    The legal industry simply has TOO MUCH power through legislative and court access in this country. Wait till you see what's in store next from our new elite, land-holding class (the legal industry) after THIS one. . . .

    FLY THE FLAG UPSIDE-DOWN ON JULY 4!

    Blessings,

    Hubert D. Rabon
    Union Co., NC (The NC nexus of evil.)

  • SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES - KELO V. NEW LONDON - FULL TEXT OF OPINION

    06/24/2005 7:59:55 AM PDT · 102 of 104
    hdrabon to Roccus

    Just spread the word! We've done ours.

    By the way, I THINK my new tag is:

    "It's the legal industry, stupid!"

    Yours,

    HDR

  • Court: Cities may seize homes for economic development (New London, Connecticut)

    06/23/2005 2:21:53 PM PDT · 137 of 174
    hdrabon to nutmeg

    FLY THE FLAG UPSIDE-DOWN THIS JULY 4 to show "support" for this Black Collar Criminal activity. This is a legitimate and legal way for US citizens to express concern for a nation they believe to be in distress.

    The only winner in the long run here will be the legal industry in this country, that exists to co-opt the Constitution whenever it suits the industry's purposes.

    "Don't piss down my back and tell me its raining." The outlaw Josey Wales. End Black Collar Crime.

    HDRabon

  • SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES - KELO V. NEW LONDON - FULL TEXT OF OPINION

    06/23/2005 2:17:24 PM PDT · 38 of 104
    hdrabon to TheOtherOne

    FLY THE FLAG UPSIDE-DOWN ON JULY 4 to show support for this Supreme Court Black-collar Criminal action. Doing so is a legal and legitimate way for citizens to express concern for a nation in distress.

    The legal industry exists to co-op the Constitution.

    "Don't piss down my back and tell me its raining." The outlaw Josey Wales. End Black Collar Crime!

    hdrabon

  • High Court: Govts Can Take Property for Econ Development

    06/23/2005 1:07:57 PM PDT · 810 of 1,527
    hdrabon to Helmholtz

    FLY THE FLAG UPSIDE DOWN THIS JULY 4 -- This is a legitimate and legal way for the US citizen to express concerns that the nation is in distress.

    This legal industry (er, uhm, The Supreme Court) ruling puts the United States citizenry in SERIOUS distress.

    hdrabon

    "Don't piss down my back and tell me its raining." The outlaw Josey Wales. END BLACK COLLAR CRIME!