Sunday, August 7, 2016

Do You Know This Person?

So, the topic of my blog today is Who is this person?

When my mom was first arrested, and there was (typically, as you may have surmised from the previous blogs) a whole bunch of nonsense in the paper and the gossip was out of control.  The cops were trying to find as many victims as they imagined there were, and not surprisingly, they couldn't find A SINGLE ONE aside from the one that accused her.  They tried to bully many of her students into accusing her, but as she didn't abuse even one student (the cops and the paper lied, SURPRISE!! the only accuser was never her student) none of them would accuse her.

Well, the whole farce happened, my mom was threatened by the razzle dazzlers (see previous post) and the story was plastered all over everything that she was a horrible person and 'aren't we glad she is off the street' etc.

On to the enigmatic WHO--my mom was in a cell (back in the original case) and a female cop came to the entrance of her cell.  The woman was backlit, so her features weren't easily distinguished, and mom couldn't tell who she was.  This female cop told my mom that she knew mom wasn't guilty of being a terrible child molester, and that there wasn't really any evidence, and that there was a lot of evidence of misconduct by the officers "investigating" the case.  She said she had a son who had been a student of my mom's and that she asked him about her, because as a mother would naturally be, she was worried he may have been a victim.  She said her son shut that down very quickly, and said there was nothing even close to abuse from my mom.  She told my mom all these things, but basically said she couldn't do anything about it because she wasn't in a power position and would be punished.

So this is the crux of this post today-- Do You Know This Person???  Was it you??  If you have any clue who this person might be, or if the person I'm describing is you, let me know!!  Come forward and help us bring these hidden things of darkness to light!  Stop allowing the corruption to reign.  Let's work together to purge this garbage from the positions of power in our town!

Thank you

More to come...

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Razzle Dazzle

I’ve been listening to a lot of Broadway showtunes lately, and I couldn’t help but make a connection between what’s going on in “justice” systems and a song from the musical Chicago.  The song is called Razzle Dazzle and in case you aren’t familiar with it, it’s about a lawyer named Billy Flynn who tells his client she has nothing to worry about because the courtroom is just a big three ring circus and he is the biggest star there is- then he proceeds to tell her that if the story is presented well enough, the truth doesn’t matter at all, and they’ll get the outcome they want because he’s able to draw attention away from the truth. 

Sounds familiar, no?  Doesn’t matter what the truth is, it only matters what story they can get you to believe, what razzle dazzle they can use to distract from what is actually going on.  Such as what they print in the paper, or what lies they tell, or convictions secured by confessions given under threat.

If a confession is given while the subject is being tortured, can that confession be believed?  Can it really be something that we can bank on when the person likely just said what the torturer wanted to hear so the pain would stop? Absolutely not.  That concept is clear, but the next step down (the voltage switch just next to this one, to borrow from a previous blog) seems to be less clear, though I don’t know why.

If a person is told that their family or other loved ones will suffer in some way (whether physically or on the front page of the paper in a slanderous article) unless they plead guilty, is that not also a “confession” that ought not to be trusted because it was only given in order to avoid pain?  And yet, this style of threat is the go-to for the system in my town.

Take a look at how many people go through these steps: Plead innocent, plead innocent, plead innocent, suddenly change their plea to guilty…  Why?  From personal experience it’s because they are told that they better plead guilty or their loved ones will suffer.  Why are the judges, lawyers, and cops afraid of actually going through the process of finding TRUTH?  Is it laziness or something more sinister?  Heaven forbid we actually do some detective work and find evidence instead of simply counting on a guilty plea garnered through the old faithful threat!  Why change into something real and actually JUST when the three ring circus is working?

After all, as Billy Flynn would say: “Give 'em the old flim flam flummox, Fool and fracture 'em, How can they hear the truth above the roar?”

More to come…

Monday, July 4, 2016


St Augustine said "The truth is like a lion.  You don't have to defend it.  Let it loose.  It will defend itself."

That is kind of how I feel, as this last week we were in the courtroom again, and Truth wasn't allowed to be set free.  Again, a police officer lied on the witness stand, and it wasn't stopped.  Again, the prosecutor took a stance that had no respect for truth at all.  Again, the Lion of Truth was chained and muzzled in the courtroom, and the newspaper wrote what it wanted.

I am not afraid of the truth.  That lion wouldn't maul me or my family, but it sure would maul the liars and the corrupt "justice" system that we have here-- the court that an FBI agent has called the MOST CORRUPT court in the USA!!!

Stop allowing the Lion of Truth to be chained and muzzled.  Truth shouldn't be a frightening thing to anyone except those who would cheat, lie, and steal in order to promote their own agenda and glean more and more power.

Set this Lion FREE!!!

More to come...

Sunday, June 19, 2016

All Evil Starts With 15 Volts

In watching the Stanford Prison Experiment video on YouTube ( ) I caught hold of what I thought was a very interesting quote.  Dr Zimbardo says that 'All evil starts with 15 volts'.

He is of course talking about the Milgram study that had a box with switches labeled from 15 volts to 450 volts, and the findings that even "good, normal people" would shock the other person in the study up to incredibly high levels if the person in the white lab coat told them to.

So where do we see this 15 volt evil and how do we stop it before we get to fatal levels?  How do we stop people in authority positions from escalating their corruption until it reaches 450 volts?  

We stop it by bringing it into people's notice-- if we allow the hidden things of darkness to remain hidden in the dark then nobody notices the corruption and evil growing until it is too late.

So in our town, a 15 volt evil could have been a slight fabrication in some "evidence" presented by a cop in order to get a warrant.  It could have been a really nice "gift" from a person who wanted a judge to look the other way.  It could have been a "quote" that wasn't real, but was very emotionally powerful in a certain newspaper article.  It could have been any of these things, or myriad others that your imagination could concoct, and when nobody noticed the slight shock, nobody got a slap on the wrist for their misconduct, and the next time, they pushed the 30 volt switch instead.  Who cares?

Who cares when a police officer outright lies in order to get a warrant?  GRAMA requests show that evidence is made up after the fact to show things that seem terrible but are not even illegal, charges are brought and blown up to the point where it looks like the person accused has done some horrible thing, and there isn't even enough evidence STILL that the judge should have signed the warrant (even though the cop was granted many extra months by the judge in order to gather evidence)--but hey, the "justice" system as a team has pushed so many voltage buttons together over the years, that the judge better watch out or the cop might snitch, or vice versa!  The newspaper better report the "news" they are told to, or somebody might just find out that there isn't any real reporting going on!  The Prosecution better play ball with the cops, or someone will tell about their Prosecutorial misconduct...and on and on it goes.  

When you are holding the GRAMAs in your hands, when you have statements recorded that show lies, when you get reports from state officials and the Governor's office that directly contradict what your local "officials" are telling you, perhaps you have a RED FLAG.  Perhaps something bigger is going on here, perhaps there is some serious money changing hands, and some seriously dirty stuff going on.  

Oh wait, not perhaps.  Definitely.  And the evidence is there for those who have the eyes to see it.  

More to come.

Sunday, June 12, 2016

“Authority” Positions

When a person is in a position of authority, people these days tend to believe that person is infallible—however, Lord Acton knew differently.  He wrote in 1887: “All power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely”

So what’s the difference between people in 1887 and now?  Does power still corrupt?  My answer (backed up by a couple famous studies and my own life experience) is a resounding YES!!  For example: cops, or judges, or journalists, or really anyone “worshipped” as one in an authority position, when these people have had a taste of power, they do whatever they want—lie, cheat, steal, close their eyes to crime for the right $, you imagine it, they do it!  And if anyone dares to speak out and say, “Wait, that cop directly lied to that witness in the interrogation room over 40 times and we have it on video” or “that judge is taking bribes in order to save people from prison time” or “that reporter has no facts, she is just looking to be a cog in the ‘righteous justice’ wheel and perhaps get a few minutes of fame for reporting falsehoods”, that person is labeled an anarchist or a conspiracy theorist or a cop-hater.  Your ad hominem attacks won’t work here.  I have science and evidence on my side.

Have you heard of the Millgram Experiment?  How about the Stanford Prison Study?  If you know about them, you understand what I mean.  Arbitrarily chosen “authority” figures embraced their roles so fully and so quickly (minutes for the Millgram, and about a day for the Stanford) that they didn’t hesitate to give what they thought were lethal electric shocks to other arbitrarily chosen participants….How much more corruption if you know you have money, power, and/or a lifelong career behind your authority?? 

A quote from Dr. Zimbardo, who was in charge of the Stanford study, from a video on YouTube (

“There were a few guards who hated to see the prisoners suffer, they never did anything which would be demeaning of the prisoners. The interesting thing is none of the good guards ever intervened in the behavior of the guards who gradually became more and more sadistic over time." Keep in mind that "over time" in this quote is referring to 4 DAYS!!!  Back to Dr. Zimbardo: "We like to think there is this core of human nature that good people can’t do bad things and that good people will dominate over a bad situation, in fact, one way to look at the Stanford Prison Study is that we put good people in an evil place, and we saw who won.  Well, the sad message is, in this case, the evil place won over the good people.”

I believe the “evil place” wins over far more “authority” figures than we would care to admit.  I believe that the “good guards” go along to get along, instead of stirring things up-- out of well-founded fear in most cases!! 

I have taken a break, but I am back to do my part in exposing the hidden things of darkness to the most powerful disinfectant, the light!  Follow me to POLITICAL CORRUPTION, JUDICIAL MISCONDUCT, OUTRIGHT LIES IN THE LOCAL MEDIA, PROSECUTORIAL MISCONDUCT, AND COPS SO BAD YOU CAN SMELL THEM FROM A MILE AWAY!!!

More to come.

Friday, March 18, 2016

To "Know"

I am again flabbergasted at the inanity of human beings tonight.  
My mom went to judge a martial arts tournament tonight, as she is a high ranking black belt and it was something she was asked to do by the guy putting the tournament on.  She came in, spent about ten minutes ready to be of service, then the guy running it came over and politely asked her to leave as "there are some parents here who know who you are".  Interesting.  There are some parents who think they "know" something, so she can't judge your tournament?!?
So some questions to these parents: whose responsibility is your child? even if my mom is a dangerous person, is she going to do something harmful in front of hundreds of people at a tournament?  how do you define "know"? where do you get your information? and finally, do you have no life that you spend your time catching up on the news and gossip about everyone else's reputation?
If your child is your responsibility, then no newspaper article absolves you of that.  No list online, no gossip from your friend.  YOU teach your child how to be safe, and then YOU watch out for them.  If I had a child, I wouldn't hesitate to let them associate with anyone if I was within eye and ear shot--what is that person going to do that I (or my well-trained child) couldn't thwart? Exactly nothing.  But I take responsibility for my life...weird.
Just what is going to happen at an event in front of hundreds of people?  Nothing, that's what--but go ahead and be paranoid and rude--after all she's less than human because she appears on some list.  Interesting who we as humans have decided is "less than human" over the years (pre-born babies, black people, ex-offenders--it's ok to treat them like dirt, they are less than human).
Some people "know" who you are??!! NO THEY DON'T.  They don't know anything.  They are dunces who believe that everything they read and hear is true.  The people who really know who she is know she is not a threat, and that she is a decent person, just trying to do her best each day.  
If my information about a person didn't come from a valid source, I wouldn't bank on it.  The local paper is far from a valid source, and your friend's gossip is even farther.  
Get a life--quit checking some list every day, looking at the articles in the yellow-rag-journal and chatting with your clueless friend on the phone, and get a hobby.  What you hear about someone isn't necessarily true, and even more so when someone gets monetary benefits for spreading that gossip, as I have detailed that the Prosecution absolutely does in cases of this sort.
How about this?  Put yourself in someone else's shoes for a second... Imagine that you were beaten brutally by your parents on a regular basis, which caused you to have a mental illness- now imagine that while you weren't in your right mind, you made a mistake.  ONE MISTAKE.  Now imagine that for the rest of your life you are subject to attacks, rudeness, possible arrest if an "officer" has a vendetta, stringent rules, etc etc etc.
Is anyone who is reading this blog exempt from making one mistake?  Only if Jesus is reading this.  Otherwise, each of you has messed up--probably in ways you wouldn't want anyone to know about.  How about we post that online and then point it out to you each time you attempt to live your life?!?!  You hypocrites--make sure you point some fingers.
May you be judged with the same judgment you judge.  
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Monday, March 7, 2016

Offender Registry Counter Productive

From “The Counterproductive Catch-All of Supposed Sex Offenders” By Sadhbh Walshe

“Sex offender registries date back to the 1940s but they did not become mandatory in all states until the 1990s, when Congress began passing a series of laws such as the Jacob Wetterling Act (1994), Megan's Law (1996) and the Adam Walsh Act (2006) – all named for children who had been abducted, molested or killed. The registry was intended to prevent other children from falling victim to a similar fate, a desire shared by everyone. But the laws have so drastically expanded what qualifies as a sex offense, there are now over 700,000 Americans on the registry (pdf), many of whom have never harmed a child and are unlikely to ever harm a child, rendering it a self-defeating tool.

In some states, for instance, public urination is enough to get you on the registry, as is mooning, streaking, flashing or visiting a prostitute. A 19-year-old boy who has consensual sex with his 15-year-old girlfriend can be charged with statutory rape; a teenage girl who posts naked pictures of herself on any kind of file-sharing site can be charged as a distributor of child pornography.
The money, time, effort and manpower required to keep such broad categories of offenders (and so-called offenders) under surveillance is money, time, effort and manpower that is being diverted from monitoring those who pose a genuine threat. The argument, of course, is that when it comes to protecting children, you cannot take any chances. But there are sophisticated risk assessment tools available, and in use, that are far more effective means of identifying danger than making hundreds of thousands of people's lives unliveable.

It's easier, though, and politically more palatable, to declare zero tolerance for sex offenders and to keep passing laws that look good on the books. Never mind if they are actually counter-productive when it comes to actually keeping children safe.”
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Sunday, March 6, 2016


Just a short quote today:

"Labels are always limitation.  The reason we label people according to their ideologies, the reason we label people according to their race, or even their social economic background, is because if we can put a label on them, we don't have to do the hard work of discovering what they are really about."  -Steven Furtick

Perhaps we are so eager to label these ex-offenders so we don't have to do the hard work of actually figuring out whether they are dangerous, or whether they made a solitary mistake, or whether they were mentally ill, or really WHO they are at all.  It is certainly easier to slap a label on them and then feel justified in treating them badly, after all, all we can see of them is their label...

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Saturday, March 5, 2016

Facts and Fiction about Sex Offenders

Found this article about Sex Offenders and I thought I'd share some of it with you guys.  I didn't write any of it, so all credit goes to Chris Dornin.

Facts and Fiction about Sex Offenders
By Chris Dornin, Retired Statehouse reporter
Published: 05/22/2010
Myth: Residency restrictions are harmless to sex offenders and protect kids
A 2005 survey of 135 Florida sex offenders by researchers Jill Levenson and Leo Cotter found that residency restrictions had forced 22 percent of this group to move out of homes they already owned. 25 percent were unable to return to their homes after release from prison. Respondents agreed in varying degrees with these statements about the impact of residency restrictions on their lives: 
  • I cannot live with supportive family members. 30%
  • I find it difficult to find affordable housing. 57%
  • I have suffered financially. 48%
  • I have suffered emotionally. 60%
  • I have had to move out of an apartment that I rented. 28%
The Iowa County Attorneys Association issued a position paper in 2006 opposing a 2,000 foot residency restriction against sex offenders from places where kids congregate. Among many criticisms, the prosecutors said, “Law enforcement has observed that the residency restriction is causing offenders to become homeless, to change residences without notifying authorities of their new locations, to register false addresses or to simply disappear. If they do not register, law enforcement and the public do not know where they are living. The resulting damage to the reliability of the sex offender registry does not serve the interests of public safety.” 

A 2007 report by the Minnesota Department of Corrections tracked 224 sex offenders released from prison between 1999 and 2002 who committed new sex crimes prior to 2006. The first contact between victim and offender never happened near a school, daycare center or other place where children congregate. The report concluded, “Not one of the 224 sex offenses would likely have been deterred by a residency restrictions law.” The study warned that these laws isolate offenders in rural areas with little social and treatment support, with poor transportation access and with few job opportunities. The resulting increase in homelessness makes them harder to track and supervise. “Rather than lowering sexual recidivism,” the report said, “housing restrictions may work against this goal by fostering conditions that exacerbate sex offenders’ reintegration into society.” 

A position paper on the current website of the Iowa Association of Social Workers says that concentrations of Iowa sex offenders are living in motels, trailer parks, interstate highway rest stops, parking lots and tents. The site notes many other unintended consequences: 
  • Families of offenders who attempt to remain together are effectively subjected to the same restrictions, meaning that they too are forced to move, and may have to leave jobs, de-link from community ties, and remove their children from schools and friends.
  • Physically or mentally impaired offenders who depend on family for regular support are prevented from living with those on whom they rely for help.
  • Threat of family disruption may leave victims of familial sexual abuse reluctant to report the abuse to authorities, thereby undermining the intention of the law.
  • Threat of being subjected to the residency restriction has led to a significant decrease in the number of offenders who, as part of the trial process, disclose their sexual offenses; consequently, fewer offenders are being held accountable for their actions.
  • Loss of residential stability, disconnection from family, and social isolation run contrary to the “best practice” approaches for treatment of sex offenders and thus put offenders at higher risk of re-offense.
  • No distinction is made between those offenders who pose a real risk to children and those who pose no known threat.
Here is the link to this whole article if you like, but I will very likely post a few more excerpts. 

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Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Plea Bargaining is a go-to for a Lazy Attorney

More from the brief:

"Two specific cases involved in this court are both suspicious and questionable in their allegations because of their previous involvement with this Court in the past.
In March of 2014, CacheValleyDaily.Com reported that Cody Smith was booked into the Cache County Jail Tuesday afternoon. He's being held on two counts of rape of a child, three counts of rape, one count of object rape, one count of forcible sexual abuse and three counts of aggravated assault. In January of 2015 the Deseret News reported that Smith pled no contest to forcing a teenage girl to have sex with others. In this most bizarre situation, Smith is actually accused of forcing his own daughter, who is entangled in a custody matter, to have sex with other teenage boys. Prosecutor Barbara Lachmar said the credit goes to Smith's attorney, Susanne Gustin, who continued to work with her client and asked the County Attorney's Office to consider a settlement in the case. Gustin said she made one last effort to see if Smith wanted to continue with the trial, and Smith ultimately decided to accept the plea deal offered to him. "He felt it was the best thing for himself, and he didn't necessarily want to put [the remaining victims] on the stand," Gustin saicl. Once again, the case is settled by the preferred method of choice - Plea Bargaining!
One day prior to a Letter from the State of Utah Board of Pardons & Parole is written to Jeena
Nilson about applying for a Pardon, Jeena is arrested on six dubious Sex Offender Registration Violations. During her arrest she was brutally assaulted, in front of three of her grandchildren, with the arresting officers failing to read her Miranda Rights. To date there continues to be legal wranglings hoping to force Nilson in to accepting another plea bargain over the dubious charges. There are also voluminous records, which have been sent to the Attorney General of the State of Utah, to show a deliberate and orchestrated attempt to defame, injure and destroy Nilson, her family, and the business belonging to her children.
It is rumored that the special funding afforded through Rape and Sexual Assault: A Renewed Call To Action - The White House Council on Women and Girls dated January 2014 has resulted in a special fund to compensate Prosecutors, Judges, the Court and Public Defenders who arrange plea bargain agreements in sexual offence cases. While proof of the rumor has not been verified, the suggestion should cause serious alarm and a reasonable man would suggest, " Where there is Smoke, there is fire!"

Plea Bargaining, just the right answer for attorneys who don't actually want to do any work, and just want to keep raking in money!  Whether it's attorneys like our previous two ($15,000 and nothing but "you better plead") or Prosecutors like the one who has known about this case for 8 MONTHS and still doesn't even know the charges, it seems like the answer to not wanting to do any work (and get a nice Federal handout as well!) is to plea bargain.  Lazy, shoddy, dirty.

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Tuesday, March 1, 2016

A Beautiful Weekend

Back to the brief:
"Sadly, there is little evidence to show that Creative Prosecution (Prosecutorial Misconduct) is NOT an active component of the Judicial System here in Cache Valley and the voice of the people are beginning to cry under its oppression.
The 2002 conviction of Jeena Nilson could be the poster child of Wyatt's Creative Prosecution. After months of angry finger-pointing and controversy, surrounding a 17-month-old sexual abuse case, Nilson, who had been a prominent gymnastics teacher in Logan, was sentenced to prison, under a plea bargain, for molesting a 12-year-old boy in the mid-'90s. During the investigation more than 400 students were interviewed, while looking for victims. There was even a plea published in the Herald Journal asking someone to please get brave enough to come forward and accuse Nilson of abuse. Several former students of Nilson have also reported that they were subjected to attempts, by the investigators, to coerce them into making allegations against Nilson. The Herald Journal also reported that the Judge had also received more than 125 letters in support of Nilson, with about one fifth of them from youth under the age of 18.
In spite of all of the efforts to "find" victims, this case had only one accuser, who was not of student of Nilson. Her actual crime would have been classified as (l count) Class B
Misdemeanor Ex-Post-Facto, which had exceeded the Statutes of Limitation. After paying her attorney Shannon Demeler $10,000 for representation, Nilson pled guilty, at Demeler's advice, because she didn't have any chance of getting a fair trial while trying to defend herself against Sex Offender Charges. (A clear acknowledgement of the prosecutorial system here in Cache Valley.)
Demeler reassured Nilson that the judge would read the papers and know it was not possible for the charges to be true and he would sentence her lightly. However, when Nilson tried to rescind her plea Demeler said, "I hope you're not that damn dumb." He then told her that he didn't want to spend the weekend preparing a case, and neither did Wyatt, because it was a beautiful weekend and Demler wanted to fly his pigeons. Demeler stated that the Judge (Judkins), the Prosecutor (Wyatt) nor he, himself, wel'e willing to go through, in the media, what she had been through. Then he threatened her saying that if she didn't plead guilty, they would hurt her children and students like nothing she had yet seen. To protect her family and students, Nilson pled guilty to two second-degree felony charges of sexual abuse of a child.
Nilson was sentenced I to 15 years for each charge, to be served concurrently. However, she served five years in the Utah State Prison on an 18 month matrix. In 2007, she passed a State administered polygraph test that showed the above information was true."
Nobody wants to spend the weekend preparing a case, so no worries, you'll just spend 5 years in prison so I can FLY MY PIGEONS!! The words that describe this kind of behavior are unfit to put into print.  

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Monday, February 29, 2016


Deviating from the brief for one day more…

So, another court date today, and nothing much got done.  I get that from our attorney, since she has been on the case only a matter of weeks, but what’s up with the Prosecution?  The Prosecution hasn’t even READ the CHARGES!!  Which begs a number of questions in my mind.

First question, how could our previous attorneys say that the Prosecution was willing to plea bargain it down to pleading guilty on one charge and they’d drop the others, if they haven’t even read them?  How do they know if there is even one that ought to stand, or on the other hand, how do they know there aren’t 47 heinous charges?!?  THEY HAVEN’T EVEN READ THEM, HOW CAN THEY BE READY TO BARGAIN?  This shows, at least in my understanding, that they are used to how the system works, and they know that there are many many charges levied in order to hopefully have one stick (dishonest) and they don’t really want to find justice, they just want to collect as much tax-payer money as possible for as little work as possible.  If they don’t even need to know what the charges are, and they’re willing to make a deal, I smell a rat.

Second question, how much crime (or should I say “crime”) do we have in this fairly small and quiet town when the Prosecution can’t even be bothered to know what “horrible criminals” he is facing that day in court by brushing up on their information, information that he ought to have read close to the arrest of the person, in order to decide whether the case even warranted the court’s time?! Perhaps we should lay off the arrest of people who don’t use an indicator to change lanes (legitimately one of the charges against one man in court today…) and stick to real crimes, with real criminals, you know, like Corpus Delicti and all that…

Last question (for this post at least) is what exactly does the Constitution mean when it says in Amendment 6: “…the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial…”?  I mean, EIGHT MONTHS LATER and the Prosecution hasn’t even read the charges!  That doesn’t seem speedy to me.  And as far as public, I’m pretty sure the Founding Fathers didn’t mean the public smear campaign that has happened in the newspaper, so that stipulation hasn’t exactly been met either.

Seems like the oaths to the Constitution that these people have taken didn’t quite make an impression. 

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Saturday, February 27, 2016

A Witch!

I feel the need for a little comic relief today, so we’ll veer away from the brief for a moment…

Peasants and Sherlock: We have found a witch! (A witch! a witch!)
Burn her burn her!
Sherlock: We have found a witch, may we burn her?
Judge: How do you known she is a witch?
Peasants: The newspaper said so!
J: Bring her forward
Woman: I'm not a witch! I'm not a witch!
J: ehh... but you look like one here on the front page.
W: They fabricated the evidence that is printed there!
All: naah no we didn't... no.
W: And these aren’t legitimate accusations, they’re false ones.
J: Well?
S: Well I did do the media fabrication.
J: The fabrication?
S: ...And the fear mongering, but she is a witch!
(all: yeah, burn her burn her!)
J: (with newspaper) Did you write her up like this?
S & P: No! (no no... no) Yes. (yes yeah) a bit (a bit bit a bit) But she is on the registry!
(P holds up smartphone)
J: What makes you think she is a witch?
P: Well, she was in a gymnastics gym!
J: A gym?!
(P pause & look around)
P: She wasn’t coaching children and absolutely nothing untoward happened.
P: Burn her anyway! (burn her burn her burn!)
J: There are ways of telling whether she is a witch.
P: Are there? Well then tell us! (tell us)
J: Tell me... what do you do with witches?
P: Burn'em! Burn them up! (burn burn burn)
J: What do you burn apart from witches?
P: More witches!
P: Wood!
J: So, why do witches burn?
(long pause)
P: Cuz they're made of... wood?
J: Gooood. So, how do we tell if she is made of wood?
P: Consult a wood expert!
J: Ahh, but can you trust a wood expert to be infallible?
P: Only if he is an authority figure, because they can always be trusted.
J: Is anyone here a wood expert?
S: Yes, I am
J: But didn’t you do the media fabrication?
(S shows police badge)
P: Trust him anyway!
S: You saw her in a gym?
P: I did!
S: What else can be found in a gym?
P: Bars
P: Mats
P: Beams!
S: And what are beams made of?
P: Wood!!
S: So if she was in the same place as a beam… she’s made of wood!
J: And therefore,
(pause & think)
P: A witch!
(S smiles and places his badge of infallibility back into his pants, which happen to be on fire, as he is a liar, but nobody notices in the excitement of having found a “witch”)

Ok, I hope you recognize that the idea for this scenario came from Monty Python and the Holy Grail, and I hope you can recognize the similarities between the witch hunt in this scene of the movie and the absurd accusations and subsequent witch hunt brought against my mom by Sherlock.  Don’t be taken in like the peasants in this story.  This “wood expert” is presenting non-evidence in a non-crime and he expects us all to trust him because he is an “authority figure”. Uniforms and titles don’t change liars into honest men, they just give them the power to abuse the people who dare tell the truth.

More to come...
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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Power Corrupts

More from the brief, referencing what I've already mentioned, the "creative prosecution" of Scott Wyatt:

"One could say that Scott Wyatt's 'Creative Prosecution' legacy was seriously marred on May 2,
2011, however, when Weber County District Court Judge Michael Direda ruled that Debra Brown was factually innocent. The judge vacated Brown's murder conviction and dismissed the case. On May 9, 201 1, Debra was released from prison after serving 15 years. The prosecution appealed the ruling and on July 14, 2013, the Utah Supreme Court upheld Judge Direda's finding of innocence. Under Utah law, Debra Brown was eligible for more than $500,000 in compensation for the damages she suffered. - A pretty significant price to pay for a prosecution's rush to conviction!
Lord Acton reminds us that "Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men, even when they exercise influence and not authority; still more when you add the tendency of the certainty of corruption by authority," and serves as a reminder of a local vernacular which states: "We have learned by sad experience that it is the nature and disposition of almost all men as soon as they get a little authority as they suppose, they will immediately begin to exercise unrighteous dominion." Lord Acton cautions us with an understanding that no matter how hard we try, "The will of the people cannot make just that which is unjust.'

Lord Acton further reminds us, "Authority that does not exist for Liberty is not authority but force," and he reassures us that, "The great novelty of the American Constitution was that it imposed checks on the representatives of the people." To be clear, Lord Action says, "By Liberty, I mean the assurance that every man shall be protected in doing what he believes is his duty against the influence of authority and majorities, custom and opinion," yet he warns us about the dangers of the class warfare attributed to the appalling judicial situation here in Cache Valley. "The danger is not that a particular class is unfit to govern. Every class is unfit to govern.'"

How protected do you feel by such a "creative" law enforcement group as we have here in the valley?  Thanks, you can keep your protection to yourself--when it is so very "creative" that true laws, founding laws, laws that actually do protect and vouchsafe liberty are made blank paper by construction. 

More to come...
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Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Prosecutor Misconduct

Back to the brief:
“Types of Prosecutor Misconduct can assume many forms, including:
  Charging a suspect with more offenses than is warranted
  Withholding or delaying the release of exculpatory evidence
  Deliberately mishandling, mistreating, or destroying evidence
  Allowing witnesses they know or should know are not truthful to testify
  Pressuring defense witnesses not to testify
  Relying on fraudulent forensic experts
  During plea negotiations, overstating the strength of the evidence
  Making statements to the media that are designed to arouse public indignation
  Making improper or misleading statements to the jury
  Failing to report prosecutor misconduct when it is discovered
The public is awakening to the existence of the problem, as well. According to a 2013 national survey:
  42.8% of respondents say prosecutor misconduct is widespread
  71.8% believe new laws are needed to curb prosecutor misconduct
Houston Criminal Lawyer John Floyd and Paralegal Billy Sinclair have maintained a continuing interest in Brady violations and prosecutorial misconduct and have compiled a comprehensive list of federal and other cases dealing with these issues that are important to the Court. These two individuals remind their profession that, "It is important to occasionally review these cases to remember the egregious depths to which some rogue prosecutors will stoop to "convict at any cost. This is not our soap box, it is a reality. Some prosecutors have forgotten, or never learned, that their primary duty is to do justice, not simply convict those unfortunate souls caught in the cross-hairs. Prosecutorial misconduct, either through deliberate Brady violations or the knowing use of perjured testimony or inflammatory arguments before a jury is designed to deprive a defendant of a fair and impartial trial, and this unethical behavior must be understood and ever guarded against. "

Anybody recognize any of this Prosecutorial misconduct from my mom’s case?  I do.  Ridiculous that these guys are not being held accountable for this misconduct.  Do you know any cases you would like me to reference here?  Feel free to comment them here and I will be glad to post them.

More to come…

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Monday, February 22, 2016

Plea Bargaining

Let’s get back to the Amicus Briefs that I mentioned in a very early post.  The next few posts here on my blog will be excerpts from these briefs, highlighting some of the corruption in the system here in my town:
“Unfortunately, such creative thinking (speaking of teaching cops to be creative in their “work” that was mentioned in a previous post) has resulted in far more than an increase of sexual assault prosecutions. The prosecution's use of the media, creative reporting, and other divisive tactics, while effective in advancing political careers and agendas, has added significantly to an increase of prosecutorial misconduct in the First District Court of Cache County.
The juries are finding these guys guilty? A Research Summary conducted for Bureau of Assistance U.S. Department of Justice, dated January 24, 201 1, revealed three specific findings that reflect the prosecutions in the First District Court of Cache County. l) The overwhelming majority (90 to 95 percent) of cases result in plea bargaining. 2) Prosecutorial discretion in plea bargaining is known to cause discrepancies in sentencing outcomes. 3) Those who go to trial rather than accept a plea are more likely to receive harsher sentences.
Plea bargaining is the primary instrument used in prosecuting cases in the First District Court of Cache County! As such, the Court should take note of the cautionary summary included in the Missouri Law Review Vol. 64 Iss. 2 119991 Art. 2 which states, "We've created a system that appears to work only because defendants accused of [sexual abuse] typically don't fully appreciate the risk of the reluctant complainant because they are represented by either inexperienced attorneys, attorneys who are not very good and therefore are desperate for work, or over worked public defenders. That doesn't sound like much of a criminal "justice " system to me. If the defense attorneys fully appreciate the risk of the reluctant complainant, few would plea bargain [sex abuse] cases, especially single complainant [sexual abuse] cases. But who 's the real loser then? ... Now I worry about [abuse] victims who will come forward, typically as a lone complainant, who will be forced to undergo the trauma of having to testify in court, of having to relive their experience and be subjected to cross-examination, only to have the defendant acquitted - all because the criminal justice system, as currently structured, penalizes defendants who plea bargain [such] cases. Have we created a new class of "silent victims, victims of a criminal justice system that in its righteous rush to convict [molesters/ fails to consider the long term chilling effect its rules have upon a defendant's incentive to plea bargain? Maybe the criminal justice system isn't the right place to deal with the problem... '

More to come…

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Sunday, February 21, 2016

A Statement to the Court

As you know, if you have been following this blog and the fundraiser attached, we have been trying to replace a couple of attorneys who claimed in the beginning that they were fighters, but turned out to be pansies who only wanted to fight with my mom, while they chatted and met with and dined and held hands with the Prosecution.  Continuing to take money, they did no work that we can see, and proceeded to take thousands of dollars.  As of Tuesday morning, we have secured another attorney who seems like one who is willing to fight and not lie and go behind the scenes to make silly deals.
Tuesday was supposed to be a hearing, but when we arrived at the court. my mom's name was not on the docket.  Turns out the Prosecution knew that we were struggling to find a decent attorney, so he proceeded to just take us off the docket.  While we were still thinking that she may have to stand in front of the judge and explain that she was without representation for the moment, she wrote the following statement.  I include it here because it shows the corruption of the system from her point of view:
“Previous attorneys have depleted my resources by $18,000 and rendered me broke.  I stand before you innocent until proven guilty.  The State cannot prove me guilty simply because I am not guilty.  The State has the visibility and power to mock, media gossip, prevaricate, imagine, twist, threaten, cut deals, dramatically bite their proverbial knuckles, chide and make afraid, but they cannot prove.  So far over 60 people have donated money to help me hire an attorney who has a spark of belief that there is enough integrity in this system that they don't have to make a back room deal for someone who is not guilty.  I have $6,000 on my way to that end and I am diligently and anxiously working to engage said attorney using the other assets I have left and joyfully accepting donations from others willing to help me.

I have been put in this precarious position by one singular, lonely, prideful, tiny, small, paranoid, prevaricative, quixotic, imaginative cop, working outside of his jurisdiction, creating panic from thin air, making unsubstantiated accusations in order to procure a baseless warrant in opposition to facts of record from Utah AP&P, Cache County Sheriff, Logan City Records and the SO Registry.  He asked for, and was granted, a full 2 additional months to go about gathering evidence and accusations against me, 4 months AFTER having orchestrated my arrest and media execration and his assault on my children and grandchildren's business, when his evidence should have been absolutely tight before a judge was even asked to grant that warrant.  It seems he has more time than crime on his hands.

I won't need as long as 2 months to engage an attorney.  I apologize for the inconvenience to the court.  Please know that I, and my family, understand inconvenience."

Seems like he has more time than crime on his hands.  I would laugh if it weren't so painfully true.  When a cop has to lie in order to secure a warrant, then can use the media to help him make someone look like a villain, then use his badge to bully or coerce people into "helping" his case, putting things off for months and months while he finds nothing after nothing-- and the system allows him to do this, and continues to support him, we have a problem.
More to come...
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Friday, February 19, 2016

The AG

My brother attended a meeting here in town a few nights ago, where he met and spoke to the Attorney General.  It seemed to be a great meeting.  He was able to have some questions answered and also to receive the word of the AG that he will work to correct the corruption in the system.  Just because it is easier to go back on your word when not many people know about it, I'm gonna go ahead and include here in my blog, parts of the letter written to the AG by my brother so that it's out there in the open. (Of course, names have been withheld)

"Mr. Attorney General, 

It was a pleasure to meet you Wednesday at the historic courthouse Council Chambers, and to hear your verbal commitment to root out corruption in my/our local justice system. I wish it didn't exist, but unfortunately there are some serious issues going on...

I'm honestly not sure where to start. I don't want to overwhelm you with documentation, but I want you to know that we have done our research, and are prepared to do our part in rooting out this corruption.

I will be as succinct as possible, while giving you enough of an overview to understand the seriousness of the situation.

The first and grossest instance of corruption I'm fighting for is a similar situation to the famous Utah (name withheld) fiasco, with some distinguishing features...

In summary, this middle aged woman pled (under threat from original attorney) to 2 felonies in 2002, and served 5 years in prison. (If she were guilty of these they would have occurred 22 years ago.)
Factually, proven by doctors she was mentally ill (suffered from Dissociative Identity Disorder), and proven by polygraphs she was guilty of misdemeanors only (if Ex Post Facto weren't violated she would have actually not been guilty of any crimes).
Recently, 13 years since the wrongful conviction, with zero evidence of any illegal behavior, she was arrested and is currently being charged with 6 supposed violations of the law. (the charges are beyond pathetic - you will laugh when you read them...)
Factually, she was fully compliant to all official government requirements, and has been so ever since her original incarceration.

This case is very close to my heart - this is about my mom.

Once we resolve issues in her case, we intend to assist others who have experienced similar wrongful and devastating action by our justice system.

Here is a list of the documented violations of My mom's rights: (Please advise me which documentation you'd like me to send to you)

Prosecutorial Misconduct
Lying & threatening Attorneys
Lying & threatening Detective
Destruction of livelihood
4th Amendment violations
5th Amendment violations
6th Amendment violations
7th Amendment violations
8th Amendment violations
14th Amendment violations
Arrest upon accusation but no evidence of factual illegal action (i.e. arrested in June, but in October the arresting officer asked for and was granted an additional 2 months to gather evidence and witnesses...)
Charges made with no factual evidence of illegal action
Failure to read Miranda Rights upon arrest
Private property seized unlawfully
Re-introduction of the accusations in the original case (does this mean she can defend against these now? Is it double jeopardy? She did not plead guilty to the things that are being provided by the officer as evidence that she is "dangerous", neither was there a trial on them.)

We have finally found a decent attorney who is working with her on this, but given your responsibility and Oath of Office I know you also have a vested interest to correct the aforementioned violations.

Thank you again for your genuine listening to me Wednesday, and for your genuine efforts to protect each citizen of our great State."

Let's all keep an eye on our AG and see if he sticks to his Oath of Office and his word to my brother.  I hope that he will!  He seems like a man with integrity.

More to come...

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