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Friday, November 30, 2018

Michelle Roberts Being "Helpful"

I don't think she was being helpful, but you be the judge. This is Michelle Roberts, Lakeville Police Officer. 


The bulge in the pants is a reference to Jim Gilbertson who got a bulge in his pants while touching a teenager.




"I'm just begging you to let us live with our mom," a desperate teen age Samantha Rucki says, but to no avail.

The backstory is that after telling 20/20 that he wanted to put his family back together, David Rucki is now suing his ex-wife, along with his children who are suing her.

Ironically, David Rucki claims he was alienated, even though encouraging your children to sue is also quite alienating.

The substance of the email is below, sent to Allison Mann, who filed the complaint and approximately thirty others. Mann works as a paralegal for David Rucki's long-time attorney, Lisa Elliott and as a co-writer for David Rucki propagandist Michael Brodkorb.

So, I guess when David Rucki told 20/20 the kids needed their mother in their lives what he meant was he would encourage his children to sue their indigent mother presumably because four homes and nine classic cars is not enough all while getting a lifetime restraining order. 

I'm pretty sure the quack Reitman would call this parental alienation in any other context right? Maybe he can ask the dead squirrel in his lawn. What say you Gilbertson; is suing your parent a form of parental alienation; does this lawsuit give you a bulge in your private area? 

Following that email, Ms. Mann, one of the recipients though not mentioned by name, reached out the Lakeville Police Department who, in the name of Michelle Roberts, reached out to me. 

Update: 

Ms. Mann has weighed in. 

I've emailed to all involved asking for comment on all this; the recipients include: 20/20 producers, Channing Dungey the ABC president, Paul Reitman, Jim Gilbertson, Julie Friedrich, Jeff Long of the Lakeville Police Department, Dakota County Prosecutor James Backstrom and his media person Monica Jensen. 

Ms. Mann has responded, "Stop contacting me. I do not want to receive 

emails from you anymore." 

No one else has responded yet. 

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The article is here. 

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Welcome to the Oklahoma Deep State

The Oklahoma Council on Judicial Complaints (COJC) replied to two of my complaints against Tulsa Special Judge J Anthony Miller.

                                                           (Judge J Anthony Miller)




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For both complaints, the COJC said, "Notably missing from this list is the review of judicial decisions involving potential error of law or a mistake of fact. Instead, jurisdiction in this area is vested exclusively in the Appellate courts."

The COJC investigates violations of the Oklahoma Code on Judicial Conduct, violations include bias, appearance of impropriety, impropriety, and lack of courteousness.
The first case I complained about was Stephen Thompson; Thompson had his child support set illegally at more than half his gross income and kept there; his ex-wife kept him away from his daughter (one of four children he had) for over a year, and Miller ignored his motions for months.

When Thompson complained that his child support/alimony was more than half his gross income, Miller said, "he'll just have to figure it out," which I argued, unsuccessfully obviously, was discourteous, and strictly prohibited by the Oklahoma Code on Judicial Conduct.

At one point, Miller ordered Thompson to take a hair follicle drug test, while ordering his ex to pay for it. Miller made this order even though Thompson was steadily employed as a flight nurse with no history of drug use.

Then, when Thompson passed, Miller ruled that Thompson would be "presumed positive" unless he paid for the test as well.

"A judge should respect and comply with the law and act at all times in a manner that  promotes public confidence in the integrity and impartiality of the judiciary." The Oklahoma Code on Judicial Conduct states. 

By the time Miller was moved from the case in August 2018, Thompson was broke and hadn't seen his daughter in over a year. I guess the appeals court, according Taylor Henderson, can create a time machine and give him his year back with his daughter.

The second involved a protective order which was dismissed despite fifty documented incidents of physical abuse.  More on that story below.
Ironically, Miller was recently demoted from the family court docket, in order to handle protective orders exclusively.

This is the third complaint of mine which has been dismissed Taylor Henderson and the COJC.

Here is more on my previous complaint being rejected.

In that case, he forced a pro se litigant, Tanya Hathaway, to continue with a trial even after she'd suffered a panic attack. When she suffered a second panic attack, he forced her to continue with a subpoena, served to her while she was being treated. When she told Miller she'd taken a drug which effectively knocked her out, Miller struck her statement from the record and continued.

Recording of the shocking event is below.




As I've said repeatedly, Ms. Henderson thinks it is her job to protect bad judges like Miller from litigants and not the other way around, and as such, she is a part of the Oklahoma Deep State.

Lastly, check out a law, the Taylor Henderson Act, I dreamed up based on my interactions with Ms. Henderson.