Denial of Access to Impartial Courts

“Supreme Court refuses to consider ‘torture flights’ case, ending legal battle” Some sixteen years ago I argued and won before the U.S.Supreme Court, Martinez v. Lamagno and DEA, 515 U.S. 417 (1995) (suit against DOJ’s declaring a DEA employee within the scope of employment while driving negligently while drunk and having sex in Barranquilla, Colombia). […]

The Election and Need to Hold Government Employees Accountable.

Although to some the “sound and fury” of this November 2010 election is important to getting change, citizens are beginning to realize that to bring meaningful protection for our Republic, they must act to demand that when their respective Congressman/Senator return to the Beltway that there is compliance with the mandate to control expenditures  and operations. Quire, […]

Petition to General Assembly of Virginia to Impeach for Misprision of a Felony by Judges and Gov't Attorneys.

Today, Saturday, January 9, 2010, I petitioned the Northern Virginia members of the General Assembly for an investigation of the obstruction of the rights of parents and the destruction of the independent’s of attorneys to serve the public by the Collusion of Government Attorneys and the Courts of Virginia (For background see, http://www.liamsdad.org/others/isidoro.shtml): As you […]

Need to Reestablish Seperation of Power in DC

No other nation has been more concerned about the segmentation of governmental power than the United States. The Founding Fathers fractured it in innumerable ways. They asserted that all power derives from the consent of the governed, the federal and state constitutions act as distribution grids —apportioning authority between the federal government and the fifty […]

Congress Reviews the Issue of Judicial Recusal

The issue of recusal now being reviewed by the House Committee on the Judiciary, is but a subpart of greater issue which Congress must investigate based on  the evidence of a conspiracy of government attorneys and judges declaring themselves absolutely immune from suit for tortious and/or criminal obstruction of justice by denying access to an […]