judges and immunity have allowed our judges power no man or
women should be able to wield without the checks and
balances of a jury. Greater threats against judges in
general should be no surprise. Lower court judges and family
court judges are acting outside their authority and
destroying lives daily. This is especially true in family
courts where our children, homes, property and income for up
to 23 years is determined by judges who understand little
about complex situations and will not take the time to find
out. This system is completely broken and often a judge’s
time limits create situation of great injustice.
to judgment, unconstitutional acts and denial of due process
is causing great injustice. Their near total immunity has
allowed them to do whatever they want, illegal or now.
"Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts
courts today judges assign custody on a whim without good
cause. This is causing about 300 suicides of men per month
today in the U.S. alone. This is more than 10 times the
number of women as these ruling are sexist and designed to
maximize child support orders because the state gets a large
percentage of these funds in the form of federal incentives
We have now created state governments that
literally profit by separating children from their fathers!
These payments between branches of government
circumvent the balance of power and check and balances of
forefathers created and some even say are unconstitutional
as a result.
creates a conflict of interest in every child support award
of these judges as they get more funding when they separate
children from their families.
Supreme court says that parental rights can NOT be denied
without "clear and convincing evidence" (a high legal
standard) of harm to children. Therefore these judges have
literally become kidnappers when they illegal award custody
to one parent in divorce. This sexist behavior is,
unfortunately, still standard in courts which are taking
decades to adjust to the latest research and the role of
active fathers in families today.
Is it any
surprise some are fighting back in the only way they know
how with threats and violence. The explosion in New York and
many other recent stories are driven by these life ruining
decision that judges make. This is at the cause of many
disastrous and deadly stories but the press do not see the
common root and reports the incident, not the common cause.
This is the real story. Judges are ruining lives daily and
until their power is limited threats, violence and damage to
society will certainly continue to rise.
Leinwand, USA TODAY
Threats against federal judges and other
court employees have reached record numbers, the U.S.
Marshals Service says.
The number of threats in fiscal year
2005 increased 63% from 2003. Marshals investigated 953
threats and inappropriate communications in 2005.
Threats this fiscal year, which began Oct. 1, are
outpacing last year: Marshals have investigated 822
"It seems like every few months there's
some type of major threat to a judge," says U.S.
Marshals Service Director John Clark. "It's very clear
to me that we need to continue to be vigilant."
The Marshals Service, charged with
protecting federal judges, prosecutors, jurors and other
court employees, has tripled its number of threat
investigators and analysts from eight to 25 to respond
to the threats, says Donald Horton, chief inspector for
the marshals' Office of Protective Intelligence.
A 24-hour threat analysis and
intelligence center with new technology becomes fully
operational in October, Clark says. "We're striving for
faster, real-time analysis," he says.
"All threats can be evaluated within a
24-hour period if not instantly," Horton says.
He attributes the increase in threats to
more litigation, more aggressive communication from
people with complaints against judges, easier access to
judges' information and improved reporting of threats.
Recent high-profile shootings have drawn
national attention to judicial security and underscored
weaknesses in judicial protection.
In February 2005, a man with a history
of threatening letters and angry court filings broke
into U.S. District Judge Joan Lefkow's house in Chicago
and killed her husband and mother. The man killed
himself nine days later during a traffic stop in
A year before the killings, a U.S.
Justice Department inspector general's report criticized
the marshals' threat assessment process as "untimely and
of questionable validity."
The inspector general found that the
marshals failed to meet their own time standards in more
than 73% of the threat assessment cases.
Congress responded to the Lefkow murders
by approving nearly $12 million to install security
systems at judges' homes. Congress also is considering
other security proposals, including tougher criminal
penalties for people convicted of threatening judges.
State judges, who are not under the
marshals' protection, also are vulnerable. In June,
Washoe, Nev., family court Judge Chuck Weller was shot
in court chambers.