Stacy Lynne asked me to put up these two documents. There reference the time during the court proceedings that the public was wrongfully and possibly illegally locked out. Please reference the posts Travesty of Justice in Courtroom 3A - The Guild vs. Justice and Complaint Sent Via Registered Mail on Tuesday's Lockout From Open Court. These are the kinds of things that never get reported by local media (recall what it took to get the Timmothy Masters case reported on?).
Cover Letter for: CLOSING ARGUMENTS FOR NOVEMBER 15, 2011
November 29, 2011
TO: Elected Officials
Members of the Media
People of the State of Colorado
People of the United States of America
You have received this cover letter and the attached CLOSING ARGUMENTS FOR NOVEMBER 15, 2011 TRIAL because you have personal knowledge and involvement in this case; or, because of your commitments and oath to the people, you deserve to have this information; or, because you have been following this case for nearly one year.
You may be shocked that I am sharing my closing arguments with you due to the intensely private nature of the information within. I understand your discomfort with the situation—I have carefully safeguarded my private life out of protection for Jaden’s life and my life. However, those private matters have been forced into public view by way of the dangerous and illegal processes that have been undertaken by employees of Larimer County.
Sadly and ironically, the only thing that may save our lives at this point is by sharing this true story with as many people as possible. Especially important is for elected officials to exercise their rights as our representatives to begin an investigation into the dangerous and illegal actions being perpetrated against innocent people by officers of the law, judicial officials, and high-ranking elected officers.
Months ago, many of you were put on notice about the crimes being committed by employees in the City of Fort Collins and by employees in Larimer County. The key to the prior notices was this: this is not an isolated case, nor is this an insignificant issue. The problem before us is all-encompassing: the district attorney, assistant district attorneys, the chief judge, the sheriff, magistrates, law enforcement officers, guardian ad litems, child and family investigators, and attorneys are all on the same team in this nauseating game. Thousands of people in this city and county are being injured by those listed above. The damages are extreme: boys and girls are being sexually mistreated as a direct result of those public servants; children are being taken from their moms and dads without just cause or due process of the law; and people have died.
You may protest that this is not possible in the United States of America. I didn’t believe it either, until I felt the rope around my own neck. Nearly 50 people attended the trial on November 15, 2011. Why? They couldn’t believe what they were hearing about the so-called justice system in Larimer County, so they came to see it for themselves. Do you know what they saw with their own eyes?
- The people watched the judge prohibit all of the defendant’s exhibits and witnesses, even though defendant had followed precisely the court’s own rules.
- The people watched the judge allow the plaintiff’s attorney to illegally admit more than 600 pages of exhibits three days prior to trial.
- The people watched the judge allow the plaintiff’s attorney to call a man to the witness stand simply because he was sitting in the courtroom; and then the judge charged theman with contempt for refusing to place the defendant and her child in imminent danger.
- The people watched the judge prohibit the defendant from referencing any and all laws that are applicable and relevant to the case. The law is not allowed in her courtroom.
- The people, who were respectful, quiet and peaceful, watched the judge order law enforcement officers into the courtroom to have every person in the courtroom removed.
Why did the judge directly violate all of those people’s rights?
- The plaintiff’s attorney could not control her client’s emotional instability in the courtroom.
- The plaintiff’s attorney, in an attempt to stop her case from imploding in front of all those people, knew of no other way to distract the judge except to demand that the courtroom be cleared of the observers.
You may be tempted to dodge your responsibility and your duty to society because you believe this case is merely a personal and private disagreement that is not subject to your jurisdiction. Remember: this is not an isolated incident. Magistrates, judges and law enforcement officers break the law, violate their own court rules and procedures, and violate basic human and civil rights every day inside the Larimer County Justice Center. This hurts thousands of people every year who have no power, no money, and no way to fight the system as they struggle to protect their children and themselves.
I gave solemn consideration to what my personal responsibility might be to this community. The answer became clear when I began to recall all of the people I have met in the past 11 months who have recounted similar atrocities against innocent children, moms and dads. What is my duty to society and to other people? If I stay quiet, the crimes being committed by officials stay hidden. I become complicit—an accomplice. Such hiding and inaction would be morally reprehensible.
You may still be trying to convince yourself that the people who are inside the Larimer County so-called Justice “System” deserve what they get inside that building. Or, you may simply believe that there is nothing you can do. If that is what you believe, you would be wrong on both counts.
Voltaire said, “It is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong.” Judge Andrew Napolitano, a wise and courageous Constitutional law judge, has a book by the same name. Why is it dangerous to be right when the government is wrong? Because the government, and specifically in this case, Larimer County law enforcement officers and judicial officers are operating with impiously wicked power, fatal force and bankrupt morals.
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Fort Collins, Colorado 80521