Friday, February 10, 2012

Definition of circumlocution

[definition source]

1. the use of an unnecessarily large number of words to express an idea

2. evasion in speech


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The below is an excerpt of a post called "Tax Dollars Being Used to Defend Corruption in the Judiciary" [Source]

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You must think your past pattern of practice of filing Motions to Dismiss in State Courts will have any import in federal court.

The evidence collected under the FOI Act is going to drown the State’s ability to overcome the record of the abuses of 51-14 for the last 43 years.

Good luck with your painting of the art of circumlocution.

The abridgment of powers of separation and violation of the Patriot Act by Connecticut judges who allow for the hiding of foreign assets and abusing judicial administrative authorities will define for you that each of the expanded complaint will be named in their official capacities as public officials as litigants/defendants and individually for abuse of administrative authority.

This response and mine will be immediately posted on my website.

Keep your eyes open over the weekend for the posting of www.no-wackileaks.com of the federal pleadings.

Three lawsuits per day get filed to replace the original August 8, 2011 complaint.

Your pleading will be out of date when it arrives.

You just took a dive into your own cesspool of corruption as you will be named as a litigant/defendant for the misuse of taxpayer money to defend “public” officials for their administrative malfeasance as judges.

The days of judicial “insider trading” will be filed as “honest services fraud” incorporated in the RICO Statutes under section 1346.

Judges can’t hide tax avoidance and cover-up federal tax avoidance by Suzanne Sullivan.

I will be dropping an 8000 page appendix to your offices on Monday for each of the ten litigants in the petition for writ of mandamus not scheduled for hearing on April 13.

Good luck counselor, but your legal strategies are so incredibly predictable.

Michael Nowacki
Private Attorney General
State of Connecticut

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[source of above]

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Previous Judicial Abuse blog post on the subject of Mike Nowacki, patriot, in New Canaan, Connecticut, and his exposing judicial misconduct and public corruption in the State of Connecticut:
http://judicialmisconduct.blogspot.com/2012/02/no-wackileakscom.html


stevengerickson At yahoo Dot Com


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When Moral Outrage turns to Action


Michael Nowacki, New Canaan, Connecticut 06840

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Excerpt [from here]:

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When the Committee of Detail was chosen to draft the Constitution, three of its five members Wilson, Rutledge, and Ellsworth belonged to this nucleus, and as a majority these three probably led committee deliberations in honing the language needed in the Constitution to permit a vertical integration of state and federal courts for later giving the Supreme Court the power of judicial review to overturn state laws. By late August, Rutledge and Johnson gained the passage of additional amendments for this purpose, and Wilson quickly and perhaps spontaneously tried to cap their successes by proposing an amendment overlooked by Constitutional historians that would in fact have installed judicial review in the Constitution itself. However, for reasons left unexplained in Madison's Notes, Wilson suddenly withdrew his amendment without acknowledging his intentions. It is my supposition that Wilson was brought to his senses by others in the nucleus, who, like the opponents of judicial review, sought to keep judicial review off the agenda, but with the entirely different purpose of postponing its adoption until the Constitution was ratified. Two years later, in the first session of the U.S. Senate, Ellsworth led debate in obtaining the passage of the Judiciary Act, in which a long involuted sentence in Section 25, probably drafted by Ellsworth himself, mandated judicial review more or less as intended at the Convention.

Was it entirely a coincidence that the Constitution's wording upon the judiciary, by most accounts the vaguest in the entire document, was said by Gouverneur Morris to have been the most jealously defended by unnamed delegates? Or that Madison warned against judicial review when Johnson and Wilson proposed their amendments on August 27? Or that Robert Yates, another Convention delegate experienced as a judge, vigorously warned against the threat of the Constitution as a potential judicial takeover in a series of pamphlets subsequent to the Convention? Or that George Mason, John Randolph, and Luther Martin, fellow delegates who actively participated in Convention proceedings upon the creation of the judiciary, likewise warned of a judicial takeover at their respective state ratifying conventions? Or, in contrast, that at the same time Wilson and Ellsworth enthusiastically defended judicial review at their state ratifying conventions? Or that Ellsworth initiated proceedings to put judicial review into law as soon as possible when the first Congress convened in 1789? Probably not. Yet there has been no systematic effort to trace the origins of judicial review as the outcome of a postponement strategy despite the obvious contradictions that persist in otherwise trying to explain these origins. As a result, the most interestingand perhaps the most important chapter in the history of judicial review has by and large been overlooked.

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Who was Founding Father James Wilson, talked about above? He became one of the first Supreme Court Justices. He was either a member of a secret society, or he wanted safeguards in the US Constitution to prevent the courts from being a tyrannical institution, or there was more to the shootout that ensued killing his neighbors and friends inside his house before he became a Supreme Court Justice. So, why isn't James Wilson taught about in our public education system in the US?

http://starkravingviking.blogspot.com/2010/10/founding-father-james-wilson.html

http://starkravingviking.blogspot.com/2010/10/orange-men-kkk-and-founding-father.html

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"Damn Bloggers!"


Connecticut Chief Justice Chase T. Rogers

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State Sponsored Drug Dealing, Murder-for-Hire, Prostitution, Court Case Rigging, Co-mingling of the branches, racketeering, obstruction of justice, and the pre-9/11 Police State:

http://thegetjusticecoalition.blogspot.com/2009/01/state-police-mob-hits-pay-to-play-for.html


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http://judicialmisconduct.blogspot.com/2011/03/fusion-center-locations-and-information.html

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If I, Steven G. Erickson, believed that the USDOJ wasn't a tool to abuse honest citizens who report public corruption, as is the FBI, then I would consider using the Ku Klux Klan Act to go after the judges, cops, and elected officials in Connecticut who deprive so many of so much:
http://judicialmisconduct.blogspot.com/2008/10/ku-klux-klan-act-of-1871.html

http://judicialmisconduct.blogspot.com/2006/11/attn-fbi-and-ct-state-senator-tony.html

stevengerickson AT yahoo Dot Com

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