UPDATE: NY to conduct – once again — public hearings on Judicial corruption.

By: Chief Activist

UPDATE: This is an update to the story first published June 20, 2013

SPREAD THE WORD! Opportunity to Testify against New York’s Corrupt Judiciary — & the Worthlessness of Purported Safeguards

The Commission to Investigate Public Corruption is NOW requiring those wishing to testify at its hearings to register. Here’s the link to its website: http://www.publiccorruption.moreland.ny.gov/, which has a button entitled “REGISTER TO SPEAK AT A PUBLIC HEARING”, with an online form for requests to testify at the Commission’s first hearing on Tuesday, September 17th in lower Manhattan at 6 p.m.
There is also a public hearing at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, September 24th, outside of Albany. However, the hearing that had been scheduled for Wednesday, September 18th in Buffalo has disappeared from the Commission’s website – and the Commission has not responded to our written inquiry about it.
It is worth your watching the video of the Governor’s July 2nd press conference announcing the Commission so that you can see what a HUGE opportunity we have to present our evidence & demand investigation. Here’s the direct link: http://www.governor.ny.gov/press/07022013-new-moreland-commission-named .
To maximize this opportunity, we must pack the hearing rooms to overflowing so that the Commission will understand the magnitude of the problem – and that we will not tolerate any cover-up. There must be investigation and prosecution of the criminals who sit on the bench and infest our other two branches of our state government, brazenly perverting our laws. Perhaps we should come to the hearings with placards. The press will be there. Below is a revised “SPREAD THE WORD!” email for you to forward to as many people as possible.
I am happy to assist you in preparing your testimony or written submissions to the Commission. I will also create a webpage for you on the Center for Judicial Accountability’s website for your testimony, submissions, and such documentary proof as you wish to provide about the corruption of our state judiciary and all safeguards. I have already created webpages for a number of people who called me and requested that I do so. Here’s a direct link to the page containing them entitled “The People Have Something to Say — & Evidence to Back It Up”: .
Thank you.
Elena Sassower, Director
Center for Judicial Accountability, Inc. (CJA)
914-455-4373
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SPREAD THE WORD! Opportunity to Testify against New York’s Corrupt Judiciary — & the Worthlessness of Purported Safeguards
On July 2nd, Governor Cuomo created a commission with extraordinary powers to investigate public corruption, to refer those who corrupt government for criminal prosecution, and to recommend changes in the law.
The Commission’s first public hearing is on Tuesday, September 17th in lower Manhattan. A second public hearing is on Tuesday, September 24th, outside of Albany. They begin at 6 p.m.
This is a HUGE opportunity for victims of New York’s corrupt judiciary and other lawlessness of our state government – and the best way for you can be convinced of this is to watch the VIDEO of the Governor’s press conference announcing the Commission. Here’s the direct link: http://www.governor.ny.gov/press/07022013-new-moreland-commission-named .
The Commission’s website is here: http://www.publiccorruption.moreland.ny.gov/ — and it contains a button entitled “REGISTER TO SPEAK AT A PUBLIC HEARING”, with an online form for requests to testify at the September 17th hearing in Manhattan
To ensure that the Commission – which is called “Commission to Investigate Public Corruption” — is true to its name and announced purpose, our nonpartisan, nonprofit citizens’ organization, Center for Judicial Accountability, Inc. (CJA), has been working hard. Here’s the link to our webpage entitled “Keeping the Commission to Investigate Public Corruption True to its Name & Announced Purpose”: http://www.judgewatch.org/web-pages/searching-nys/commission-to-investigate-public-corruption/menu-commission-on-public-corruption.htm , featuring a link to our August 5, 2013 letter to the Commission, raising important issues as to its integrity, to which we have received no response. It also features a link to a webpage we’ve created called “The People Have Something to Say — & Evidence to Back It Up”, where we will be posting YOUR submissions and testimony, if you would like us to do so.
I invite you to call me so that I can guide you as to how to be most effective in your presentations to the Commission, whether at the hearings or by written submissions. Specifically, you should focus on the worthlessness of purported safeguards, these being, for example, reargument motions, motions to vacate for fraud, motions to disqualify and for disclosure, requests for oversight by supervisory judges, Article 78 proceedings, appeals, federal lawsuits, complaints to the Commission on Judicial Conduct and attorney disciplinary bodies, complaints to the Chief Judge, Chief Administrative Judge, and to the Inspector General of the Unified Court System, complaints to the Attorney General and his “Public Integrity Bureau”, complaints to district attorneys and to U.S. Attorneys and the FBI, etc., complaints to other public officers – most importantly, to state legislators and state legislative committees, as, for instance, the Assembly and Senate Judiciary Committees – entreaties to the press, to academia, to bar associations, etc.
To ensure that there is public record of what members of the public are furnishing the Commission for investigation, I urge you to provide us with copies of your written communications to it so that we can post them on our website, for examination by the press, scholars, and others able to “blow the whistle” on a Commission cover-up.
Ultimately, the webpage will be similar to that which we created, back in 2009, for witnesses who testified at the Senate Judiciary Committee’s June 8, 2009 and September 24, 2009 hearings on the Commission on Judicial Conduct and the court-controlled attorney disciplinary system. Here’s the link to that webpage: http://www.judgewatch.org/web-pages/judicial-discipline/nys/nys-sjc-hearing.htm. We also created a webpage for witnesses testifying on July 20, 2011 before the Commission on Judicial Compensation. Here’s the link so that you can see it: http://www.judgewatch.org/web-pages/judicial-compensation/7-20-11-commission-hearing.htm
Finally, in the event that you have not kept up with CJA’s unrelenting advocacy over these many years, building on what took place at the 2009 Senate Judiciary Committee hearings and at the 2011 hearing of the Commission on Judicial Compensation – including by our People’s lawsuit against the state, whose requested relief includes seeding a superfund for restitution to victims of judicial corruption, you can examine it from the hyperlinks on our “Latest News” webpage, accessible from our website’s top panel. Here’s the direct link: http://www.judgewatch.org/web-pages/cja/latest-news.htm.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Best,
Elena Sassower, Director
Center for Judicial Accountability, Inc. (CJA)
914-455-4373
elena@judgewatch.org

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