This Act Is A Response By The Citizens Of The State Of Pennsylvania To The Unconstitutional Exceeding Of Power And Jurisdiction By The Pennsylvania Judicial Branch, That Has Resulted In Immeasurable Incidents Of Denial Of Due Process, False Imprisonments, Undue Deprivation Of Personal and Real Property, And Civil Rights Violations Of The People Of This State. The Provisions Contained Herein Seek To Remedy The Deficiencies That Have Emerged In The Pennsylvania Court System As A Result Of The Absence Of Such Provisions Over The Last Several Decades.
AN ABUSE OF POWER: How the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Uses Article V Section 10(c) of the Pennsylvania Constitution to Dominate Procedural Law-Making and Why Pennsylvania Should Amend This Constitutional Provision
Jason Bologna, Esq. Copyright (c) 1998 Temple University of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education
(Jason Bologna is now an Assistant U.S. Attorney, based in Philadelphia, PA. He works for the U.S. Attorney General's office based in Washington DC. He was unable to get clearance to speak with me on this article he wrote 17 years ago.)
Article V Section 10(C) was put on a referendum to the voters in 1968. It was supposed to give the Pennsylvania Supreme Court "administrative" power over the Judicial Branch. However, the text of the amendment was somewhat ambiguous, and the manner in which the Judiciary began to use this power, exceeded that which the Executive and Legislative Branches had intended.
One person, who wishes to remain anonymous at this time, has instituted a challenge to end this racketeering, without an attorney, against the entire Pennsylvania Court system and its agencies, with allegations based upon unlawful deprivation of personal property.
While judges continue to award themselves immunity for crimes committed from the bench, the "opinions" they are using to do so are outdated, false and do not represent the intent of Congress. Many of those cases are like a game of whisper down the lane, concluding that "a judge cannot be sued for anything done from the bench. "
As you can see below on Pages 36-37, from the Congressional transcript that amended 42 USC 1983, the legislators did NOT give unequivocal immunity to all these charlatans. Its the very first line; it says "this does not … Continue Reading ››
Fifteen years ago, a neighbor came to my door, asking me to watch her son. She had three young children all under the age of six, and was on her way to court. Her husband had left her for another woman, and refused to sign off on their home so it could be sold. Her job alone was not enough to pay the mortgage, and he would have received a portion of the proceeds in equitable distribution. The husband also rarely complied with child support, which would have been reduced had he … Continue Reading ››
It took Martin Luther King, Jr. over twenty years, to get enough people to actively participate in the civil rights movement of the 1960’s. This is where our trouble with the courts began. You can learn about it here. Since that time, the bar associations increased their power over the courts, to take away those rights that were fought for during that time. There is a lot of information
These three Senior judicial thugs decided that our "Legislators did not intend to include the Courts" in the Whistleblower laws. They pulled this stunt with a surrealistic opinion claiming that the Courts are not Commonwealth Agencies. Huh..come again?
Read it for yourself- Here an older man who worked for the Courts, clearly lost … Continue Reading ››
Thanks to Shakespeare's tongue-in-cheek infamous quote, we have become desensitized to the dishonesty of lawyers, but it's no joke. They now populate the majority of the Legislature, the Executive and the Judicial Branches, and all lawyers belong to the same labor union – the State bar associations. This has effectively removed the separation of powers necessary to maintain democracy. With power no longer divided, this closed club has created a lingering obligation and dependency between the legal industry and politicians, turning the civil courts into little more than a funding generator for election campaigns. The magnitude and seriousness … Continue Reading ››
Take a long look at the IRS 990 form which shows the salaries of the executives at Thomas Jefferson University and Hospital. President Stephen Klasko makes close to $3 million a year, and their Chief Counsel, Cristina Cavalieri makes almost $2 million. The Hospital is even worse, with former executives like Tom Lewis and David McQuaid make over a quarter to a half million a year just in pensions. What exactly are they doing to deserve those kinds of salaries at this allegedly "non-profit" … Continue Reading ››
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