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JUDICIAL CONFERENCE INVESTIGATION

THIS IS A REQUEST FOR A FORMAL JUDICIAL CONFERENCE OF THE UNITED STATES INVESTIGATION.

 

JUDGES IN THE NINTH CIRCUIT AND CHIEF JUDGE SIDNEY THOMAS IN PARTICULAR ARE FAILING TO DISCLOSE TO FORECLOSURE VICTIMS THAT THEY HAVE A MORTGAGE WITH THE SAME BANK.  

 

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

 

ANTHONY J. SCIRICA, 

U.S. Court of Appeals Judge (Senior)

22614 U.S. Courthouse 

601 Market Street 

Philadelphia, PA 19106

 

Re:     The COMMITTEE ON JUDICIAL CONDUCT AND    DISABILITY OF THE JUDICIAL CONFERENCE OF THE UNITED STATES  and Your Testimony to Congress in 2013.

 

Dear Judge Scirica:

 

I am writing to you in lieu of James C. Duff of the Administrative Office.  I provided him with a 200 page summary and documentation of what I write about here, on December 4, 2015.  His office returned that package twice without attention.  And without reading it.  

 

My purpose in writing now is to alert you, the Judicial Conference and the SCOTUS to a serious malfunction in our court system in the Ninth Circuit, in the District of Columbia Circuit and beyond.  This problem has implications to the Supreme Court of the United States and the President of the United States.  

 

The issue is Mandatory Conflict Screening in these Circuits and across the United States which is required by the Judicial Conference of the United States since 2008.  I have ascertained that this mandatory requirement is not being followed in the Ninth Circuit.  Unfortunately, because of the troubles of former Chief Judge Richard W. Roberts of the D.C. Circuit I have also determined that jurisdiction is also not following this aid to recusal determination for the federal judiciary.  This program was designed by the Breyer Committee and the Judicial Conference of the United States exactly for the purpose it is presently NOT being used.  

 

Worse, the Ninth Circuit’s dilemma has caused Judge M. Margaret McKeown to lie to Congress in her December 10, 2009 testimony.  Unfortunately, her misrepresentations may have tainted your testimony there on April 25, 2013 when you spoke on that same subject.  

 

I have verified this judicial malfeasance across the aforementioned jurisdictions.  I have cases pending there and have complained to both Chief Judge Sidney Thomas of the Ninth Circuit and Judge McKeown where they both have illegally ruled without Mandatory Conflict Screening. There is nobody home.  

 

 Chief Judge Sidney Thomas’ former law firm represents a stunning cross-section of banking interests that are not being disclosed to the hapless homeowner mired in foreclosure litigation across the entire western portion of the United States.  His law firm represented Bank of America and Wells Fargo along with a full panoply of others.  

 

There is wholesale judicial misconduct happening across the wide expanse of foreclosure litigation actively being played out by a garrulous federal judiciary.  The extent of this fraud on the public is staggering.  

 

Apparently, you and the Judicial Conference of the United States have the tools to do something about it that are unused.  A foreclosure Mercy ship passing silently in the night.  

 

Very truly yours,

 

/S/

Lauren Paulson  

16131 W. Hoffeldt Ln. #38

Brookings, OR 97415

laurenjpaulson@gmail.com

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Posted on Sunday, October 30, 2016 at 11:09AM by Registered CommenterLAUREN PAULSON | CommentsPost a Comment | References6 References

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