The Vast Judicial Conspiracy, Continued:
Informing the Media, the Public, and Congress
About the Judges’ Revised Rules
For Immunizing Themselves From Any Discipline
the Systematic Dismissal of
Misconduct and Disability Complaints
Filed Against Them
Dr. Richard Cordero, Esq.
The Revised Rules are procedural rules to replace the
current ones for processing misconduct and disability
complaints against a federal judge filed by anybody.
They were drafted by the judges on the Committee on
Judicial Conduct and Disability of the Judicial
Conference. The latter is the highest policy-making
body of the Federal Judiciary, whose pressing officer
is the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and its
other 26 members are all the chief judges of the 13
circuits and two national courts as well as
representative district judges.
The Revised Rules are the materialization as a set of
official rules of the doctrine of judicial immunity
applied systematically to dismiss all judicial
misconduct and disability complaints and thereby
exempt all judges from any discipline.
A. THE INTENDED USE AND NATURE OF THE REVISED RULES
The Revised Rules will allow judges to continue doing
what they have been doing under the current rules:
According to the Official statistics of the
Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, in the
10-year period 1997-2006, out of the 7,462 complaints
filed against judges’ misconduct, such as abuse of
power, bribery, conflict of interests, prejudice,
corruption, bias, etc., and mental or physical
disability that prevents the discharge of official
duties, the judges disciplined only 9 of their peers!
Such self-immunization from any discipline was
effected by the judges systematically given that out
of those 7,462 complaints they only had 7 investigated
by appointing a special committee. This means that
they dismissed without any investigation 99.88% of all
The Revised Rules were announced to have been
submitted to the Judicial Conference. It is all but
certain that the Conference will adopt them at its
next meeting in Washington, D.C., on March 11. This
expectation is reasonably based on the fact that
adopting the Rules will be in self-interest given that
all the members of the Conference are judges.
Moreover, the chief circuit judges are the officers to
whom the complaints must be first submitted and the
first to dismiss them systematically.
See links to the Revised Rules and the complaint
statistical tables as well as the graphs representing
them and a detailed analysis of the Rules at
B. THE STAKES IN THE ADOPTION OF THE REVISED RULES
The fact that the Revised Rules are all but certain to
be adopted next March 11 narrows the window of
opportunity to protest the judges’ continued misuse of
their rules to commit fraud on the people: The judges
pretend that they entertain the people’s exercise of
the Constitutional right “to petition the Government
for a redress of grievances” (U.S. Const., 1st Amend.)
by filing complaints against judges as members of the
Third Branch of Government, only for the judges to
render it into the exercise in futility of an illusory
right through the systematic dismissal of such
Thereby they also deprive the people of the means that
Congress provided to exercise that right under its
Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980 (28 U.S.C.
§§351-364). Consequently, in practice the judges have
arrogated to themselves the power to abrogate in
self-interest a Constitutional act of Congress.
As shown below, you can voice your protest by not only
contacting the judges themselves, but also by alerting
Congress, the media, and the general public to the
insidious nature of the Revised Rules as a license
that the judges self-grant to continue systematically
dismissing complaints against themselves and thereby
free the way to engage in unethical and even criminal
conduct without fearing any adverse consequences.
The announcement and the Rules can be downloaded
C. PEOPLE AND ENTITIES TO WHOM TO
PROTEST THE ADOPTION OF THE REVISED RULES
The files below contain a very large number of email
and postal addresses as well as fax numbers to which
you can send either your own criticism of the Revised
Rules or the concise statement against them found at
1. To news media and journalists
2. To the U.S. Senators
3. To the members of the U.S. House of Representatives
(also found at
To mail the newsrelease or the comments, the mailing
labels of the H.R. members can be retrieved in Word,
WordPerfect, Excel, and ASCII through
4. To the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr.
Judicial Conference of the U.S.
Supreme Court of the U.S.
One First Street, N.E.
Washington, DC 20543
Supreme Court Public Information Office: 202-479-3211;
Clerk's Office: 202-479-3011
You can write your own statement of protest to the
Chief Justice and the other members of the Judicial
Conference, or you can forward to them the one that I
5. To the other members of the Judicial Conference of
The names of the members of the Conference are found
(The membership is partly renewed every October 1.)
I have provided contact information about the
Conference members at
6. To the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
You can send the concise newsrelease or the detailed
comments to the Secretariat of the Judicial Conference
at the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts and
request that the Secretary to the Conference, who is
also the Director of the Office, submit them to the
Judicial Conference of the U.S.
Att.: Mr. James C. Duff
Conference Secretary & AO Director
Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
One Columbus Circle NE
Washington, DC 20544; tel. (202) 502-2400
This opportunity should not be missed to outrage the
media, the public, and Congress by exposing the judges
as the only class of people in our country that
through their abusive exercise of official power have
in effect elevated themselves to an “Unequal Position
Dr. Richard Cordero, Esq.
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