Is Something Big About To Happen In America?

Military Aircraft, carriers, choppers, trainloads of vehicles video taped from New Jersey to Dakotas.

NATIONAL GUARDSMEN AND STATE TROOPERS AT ROAD BLOCKS.

View video HERE.

What’s up?

Should this be cause for concern? “Russian Government Officials Told To Immediately Bring Back Children Studying Abroad”, click here.

Published in: on October 13, 2016 at 2:32 pm  Leave a Comment  

U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte….Remove The Mask!

The Union Leader reports “Today, the U.S. Senate is expected to deliver a bipartisan vote of final passage on the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA), a 128-page bill Ayotte and three other sponsors have worked on for two years.

Ayotte said in the past two years she’s fought to get into federal spending bills a two-and-a-half time increase of dollars — up to $468 million in the coming year.

And the Democrat seeking to unseat Ayotte, Gov. Maggie Hassan, underlined this fiscal reality as well.

The best thing this law could do, Ayotte said, is to help remove the stigma of addiction. “My promise is not to allow any of these people to become just statistics.””  Read more HERE.

The “best” thing this law could do is to help remove the stigma of addiction?

Why wasn’t (now former N.H. A.G.) US Senator Kelly Ayotte interested in the “distribution” of drugs in Farmington N.H.?

Why did she choose to cover up, rather than fully investigate, drug activity in Farmington, involving the Farmington Police Department?

Why did officers of the Farmington Police Department resign/retire….of just plain leave?
FARMINGTON N.H. POLICE CHIEF SCOTT ROBERGE RETIRING

Governor Hassan “mocks” (now former AG) US Senator Kelly Ayotte’s “support” of Donald Trump, yet Hassan continues to shield the official corruption/cover ups left behind by Kelly Ayotte. Hassan follows in the same footsteps as former Governor John Lynch. A.G. Joseph Foster follows in the same footsteps as former AG Kelly Ayotte.
New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan’s Campaign For U.S. Senator Uses Stephen Colbert’s Mockery of Kelly Ayotte’s “Support” But Not Endorsement of Donald Trump.

This brings back deja vu with Senator Patrick Leahy’s (VT) Judiciary Committee Field Hearing in St. Albans, VT, chaired by Senator Patrick Leahy. re: “Community-based Solutions to Drug-Related Crime in Rural America.”

He wasn’t interested in where drugs were coming from…..he was looking for Federal Funding!
Senator Patrick Leahy (D.VT.) Assumes Position In Presidential Line Of Succession…Are You Kidding Me?

Why are the same players ignoring the documented evidence brought forth by Mike Gill?
Mike Gill – New Hampshire State of Corruption Fighting “The Head Of The Snake”

Does (now former USAG) Chris Christie and current Governor of New Jersey “have their back” also?

Is There More Behind New Hampshire Corruption?

To add fuel to the fire….The assistance of Senator Susan Collins was sought in obtaining a full investigation into this criminal activity. She did nothing!

On Mon, Sep 22, 2014 at 4:27 PM, Goodwin, Cathy (Collins) wrote:

After you came to the office last week, Ashley and I reviewed the materials you gave to her. It is clear that this is a criminal matter and our office cannot be involved in any way due to the separation of powers established by the United States Constitution. We appreciate having you inform us of this situation, but there is nothing more we can do in regards to this matter.

Sincerely—

Cathy Goodwin

Cathy Goodwin

State Office Representative

U.S. Senator Susan M. Collins

York County State Office

160 Main St. Suite 103

Biddeford, ME 04005

207-283-1101/fax 207-283-4054

Who is BSing whom?

Are the people awakened?

Related:

Talkshoe Radio With Guest Mike Gill – New Hampshire State of Corruption

Mike Gill – State of Corruption Radio Broadcasts and Video archives, click HERE.

Who Will Replace U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder?

The Hill reports “Five candidates to replace Holder. Attorney General Eric Holder’s announcement Thursday that he’s stepping down after six years heading the Justice Department set tongues wagging in Washington about who might succeed him.

White House press secretary Josh Earnest said Thursday the White House is already evaluating candidates to replace Holder and that the selection would be a “high priority.” He said the Senate should be prepared to act promptly.

President Obama has plenty of past and present insiders to choose from, but could also enlist a high-profile rising star.

The timing of the president’s nomination will play a critical role in the confirmation process. If Obama picks a more controversial nominee, Senate Democrats might try to ram it through in the lame-duck session after the election — particularly if Republicans win the majority in November.

Here are five people who might be willing to take the plunge.”

1.) Don Verrilli
2.) Janet Napolitano
3.) Kamala Harris
4.) Preet Bharara
5.) Tony West

Read more HERE.

Will “a close advisor and good friend” of Eric Holder change things within the Department of Justice? “Revolving doors” and “musical chairs” never makes change for the good!

Related:

Attorney General Eric Holder Will Resign, click here.

Public Corruption And Prosecutions, click here.

Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara Takes Unprecedented Step Against Corrupt Politicians Breaking The Law, click here.

The Judicial Watch-Breitbart Poll Shows That The American People See Government As Corrupt And Secretive

“A new poll released on Thursday, by a well-regarded, nonpartisan public-interest law group and a reliable and a highly regarded digital news organization, reveals that more than three-quarters of the U.S. population are concerned about widespread government corruption and more than half of Americans believe that corruption has gotten worse during the past five-years.”

Read more at NWV, click here.

Published in: on December 26, 2013 at 11:54 am  Leave a Comment  

The Shutdown of the U.S. Government and “Debt Default”: A Dress Rehearsal for the Privatization of the Federal State System?

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky
Global Research, October 12, 2013

Read more HERE.

Published in: on October 18, 2013 at 9:14 pm  Comments (2)  

Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara Takes Unprecedented Step Against Corrupt Politicians Breaking The Law

NY Daily News reports “U.S. attorney wants to take away corrupt politicians’ pensions. With three New York City politicians accused of swindling taxpayers still able to collect pensions after conviction, Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara will be urging Gov. Cuomo’s anticorruption commission to stop giving taxpayer money to the corrupt.

Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara has had enough of corrupt politicians breaking the law — then collecting their taxpayer-funded pensions from jail, parole or scandal-induced retirements.

The commission is charged with rooting out corruption in Albany.” Read more HERE.

Do you think Maine US Attorney Thomas Delahanty should follow suit?

Published in: on September 19, 2013 at 6:04 am  Comments (4)  

Convicted Officer Of The Court, Alan W. Courtney, Begs For Probation

Officer of the Court, Alan W. Courtney begs for probation and gets sentenced to 5 years, 4 months prison.

View Video (9:56), click here.

Source: William Wagener – On Second Thought.

Published in: on September 14, 2013 at 5:18 pm  Comments (3)  

Texas State District Judge Abel Limas Sentenced To Prison

Read more.

Published in: on September 13, 2013 at 8:10 pm  Leave a Comment  

Hancock County D.A. Mary Kellett, Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar, Maine Supreme Court Justice Ellen Gorman And The Attorney General’s Office…Behind The Curtain

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BDN reports “Mary Kellett, assistant district attorney for Hancock County, admitted to a state supreme court justice that she violated rules of the Maine Bar when she prosecuted a former Gouldsboro man on gross sexual assault and misdemeanor assault charges.  She appeared before Justice Ellen Gorman after the Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar recommended late last year that she be suspended. A board grievance panel met in Bangor last fall to consider a misconduct complaint filed against Kellett by Vladek Filler and determined that Kellett had violated seven bar rules in handling Filler’s assault case. The board’s recommendation that Kellett be suspended is the only such recommendation that board staff can recall for a prosecutor in Maine, according to Jacqueline Rogers, executive director of the board.”

“After last fall’s grievance hearing, the panel determined that Kellett violated bar rules by:

• Engaging in conduct unworthy of an attorney.

• Engaging in conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice.

• Failing to employ reasonable skill and care.

• Failing to make timely disclosure of the existence of evidence that tends to negate the guilt of the accused, mitigate the degree of the offense or reduce the punishment.

• Suppressing evidence that she had a legal obligation to produce.

• Assisting the state to violate the Maine Rules of Criminal Procedure and the court’s order.

• Employing means that were inconsistent with truth and seeking to mislead the jury.”

“Filler told Gorman Monday that he thinks Kellett should be permanently disbarred. He said the charges against him had irreparably harmed him and his two young sons. Kellett’s mishandling of his case, he said, was an “abuse of power” that he described as willful, inexcusable and prolific.

“This is about intentional misconduct,” Filler told Gorman. “I have been fighting [this] for six years. I am pleading with this court for justice.”

“Gorman told Filler that Kellett’s violations were a first offense and that she did not intend to disbar the prosecutor. The judge did say that suspension was a significant punishment that would have a lasting effect.”

“It is a sanction that would continue to follow Ms. Kellett for the rest of her life,” Gorman said. “It is not a light sanction to impose.”

“Gorman also offered Filler an apology on behalf of the state’s criminal justice system.”

“You did not receive a fair first trial,” the judge said.

“Following the hearing, Filler told reporters in a courthouse hallway that he was disappointed Gorman would not consider disbarring Kellett. ”

“This was not about punishment [for Kellett],” Filler said. “I have an interest in making sure that other people are not subjected to such destructive [prosecutorial] abuse.”

William Fisher, was one of two assistant attorneys general who represented Kellett throughout the grievance process. Is this the same “William Fisher” who represented York County Deputy Sheriff Clifford Scott in an excessive force case in federal court? Did he climb the ladder from county level to state level?

“Ms. Kellett has suffered and learned from these proceedings,” Fisher said. “I believe she is going to be a better prosecutor. As part of Kellett’s admission, Fisher said, prosecutors in Bassano’s office will work with the Office of the Attorney General to establish systems by which they can keep better track of what types of evidence police departments have and do not have in each criminal case that Bassano’s office is prosecuting. The attorney general’s office also is working with Bassano’s office to review proper procedures for preparing for trial and for conducting trials, he said.”

“Gorman said she would review the agreement between Kellett and the Board of Overseers, which calls for a 30-day suspension, and that she planned to suspend the prosecutor but that the suspension itself would be suspended, meaning that Kellett will be able to continue to practice law unless new misconduct issues arise, at which point the suspension could go into effect. Gorman said she expected to issue her final decision sometime later this week.”

BDN reports “Judge orders legal remediation training for Hancock County prosecutor.”  “In the order, Gorman suspends Kellett’s law license for 30 days but effectively puts the suspension on hold on the condition that Kellett complete six hours of continuing legal education. After Kellet’s training is completed and certified by Davis to Gorman, the judge’s suspension order will be terminated without further action, Gorman wrote.”

In the Dec. 5 report, the panel indicated that it “concludes that an appropriate sanction in this matter would be a period of suspension. Accordingly, the panel finds probable cause for such discipline, and hereby directs Bar Counsel [J. Scott Davis] to commence an attorney disciplinary action by filing an information with the [Maine Supreme Judicial] Court.” Jacqueline Rogers, executive director of the board, said that this case was the first board officials knew of in which a panel report recommended that a prosecutor be suspended. She declined to comment specifically about Kellett’s alleged misconduct.

“So let’s see – A state entity that oversees the conduct of licensed attorneys in Maine has determined that a Hancock County prosecutor violated seven bar rules and should be suspended.”
“Bar Counsel J. Scott Davis is presenting the misconduct case to the board, while Assistant Attorney General Ronald Lupton is representing Kellett.Lupton said Kellett did not do anything to violate bar rules. He said his office and the Law Court each reviewed the case prior to Filler filing his complaint with the board and neither found that Kellett had done anything improper.”

It is quite surprising that Bar Counsel J. Scott Davis presented this misconduct case to the board as he has protected “his brothers/sisters” for decades. The activity “behind closed doors” demands EXPOSURE! Proof in the pudding. Why didn’t Scott Davis discipline Attorney Jens-Peter Bergen who was charged with “Engaging a Prostitute” in the Zumba case? As an attorney he knows, or should know, the law. He chose to commit a criminal or unlawful act that reflects adversely on his honesty, trustworthiness or fitness as an attorney. This is not the only time Atty. Bergen chose to violate the law.  BERGEN, JENS PETER, ATTY. (COMPLAINT)

Docket Sheet.

Attorney Jens-Peter Bergen, client on the list, had his case transferred to York County Superior Court.  Entry of Appearance of Attorney and Jury Trial Request.

Attorney Jens-Peter Bergen, client on the list, had his case transferred to York County Superior Court.  Entry of Appearance of Attorney and Jury Trial Request.

Jens-Peter Bergen, 54, of 79 Portland Road in Kennebunk, plead guilty through his attorneys, without appearing in York County Superior Court.

Attorneys who commit unethical conduct in this state are subject to discipline by the Grievance Commission of the Board of Overseers of the Bar or the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. Such discipline can range from a reprimand, the least serious discipline, to a suspension from practice, or permanent disbarment from practice.  Click here.

In this case, Jacqueline Rogers, executive director of the Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar, said that there are bar rules that attorneys must adhere to or face possible disciplinary action. She said that no action would be contemplated against any attorney unless that person was convicted. Lawyers in Maine must register each year and are required to inform the Board if they have been convicted of a crime. She said some attorneys self report when there have been convictions and sometimes the court will inform the Board. She said any action against an attorney would depend on a conviction. Attorney Bergen admitted guilt. This was reported throughout the country and beyond. They didn’t hear about it?

Related: First Amendment Case –click here

Post Conviction Review – denied,  click here.

York County D.A.Mark Lawrence was working with Lafortune with intent to indict, prosecute corrupt bankers/officials.

LAWRENCE, MARK D.A. LETTER JUNE 6, 2003

If the Attorney General and Maine Supreme Court Chief Justice Leigh Saufley brush this under the rug….does Mr. Filler, or any of us, stand a chance? Notwithstanding the fact that research proves that Maine judges must be commissioned and they are not! (In the search engine, type in Maine judicial system/courts and read the comments.)

When will legislators, our lawmakers, step up and grow a backbone? Judges, D.A’s, the Attorney General (and other constitutional officers), attorneys are daily violating us and the law.

When will the B.S. “behind the curtain” by both parties…end? Legislators give the “ok” for judges to sit on the bench, they can give the “ok” to remove them!

Let’s put an end to the “good ole boy network.” EXPOSE!

N.Y. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo Announced The Formation Of The “Commission To Investigate Public Corruption”

“Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the formation of the “Commission to Investigate Public Corruption” under the Moreland Act and Executive Law Section 63(8) to probe systemic public corruption and the appearance of such corruption in state government, political campaigns and elections in New York State. Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced he will appoint the members of the Commission as Deputy Attorneys General, giving the Commission broad-based authority to investigate all matters that “involve public peace, public safety, and public justice.”

“We must root out corruption in politics and government,” Governor Cuomo said. “This session, I put forward the most comprehensive and aggressive legislative package Albany has seen in decades to address the corrosive influence of money in elections, strengthen prosecutors’ ability to fight corruption, increase penalties against those who violate the public trust, and give voters more access to the ballot box.”

“Governor Cuomo has made it clear that corruption in New York’s government will not be tolerated,” said Co-Chair Kathleen Rice.

“The culture of corruption in Albany has undermined New Yorkers’ faith in their government, and something must be done to create fundamental change,” said Co-Chair Milton L. Williams, Jr.

Read more, click here.

Governor Paul LePage must follow suit.  The people will back him.

Published in: on July 2, 2013 at 3:51 pm  Comments (10)  
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