With documents missing from its files and clerks signing orders without the approval of any justices much less than the number required according to Florida’s Constitution, it’s no wonder why those in the judicial reform community say, “There are those who believe in America’s justice system and those who have experience with it.”
If you want to know more about election fraud, see Have American Elections Really Been Stolen? Part 1 in the “Democracy” in America Series – The Proof It was a Top Scoop on Scoop for several days. See it at http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL0810/S00428.htm and if anyone thinks that our government still follows the rule of law or that it wouldn’t cover up election fraud, see Would Congressional Democrats Cover Up Neo-Con Election Fraud? Part 2 in the “Democracy” in America Series – No Way, Right?!?! This article was also a Top Scoop on Scoop for several days. See it at http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL0811/S00030.htm
If you want more information about the numerous fundamental violations of due process by entry of these orders by the Clerk of the Florida Supreme Court, see:
Article V, § 3 Organization and Jurisdiction of the Florida Supreme Court Note that (a) states, “The concurrence of four justices shall be necessary to a decision.”
Motion to Vacate Order of Disbarment for fundamental violations of due process.
Motion to Grant Motion to Vacate for complete failure of the Florida Bar to contest the Motion to Vacate Order of Disbarment.
Motion to Require Compliance with the Rules of Procedure which includes the Clerk’s letter admitting that portions of the record are kept separate from the case file.
Motion for Rehearing or Order Dismissing Petition for Review for violations of due process including the violation of the Florida Supreme Court’s duty to review the record which would have shown that numerous substantial documents were missing from it.
For more about the “State” of Florida’s efforts to punish me for exposing widespread corruption, see my Answer Brief showing that the contempt charges brought against me by Timothy W. Weber of the Battaglia firm are completely baseless, and here are other key documents.
For more information on the Floriduh Bar’s efforts to shut me up, see the Florida Bar v Adams web site: http://www.msnusers.com/FloridaBarvAdams/_whatsnew.msnw This includes the Bar’s letter asking me to tell them about members of the media who have expressed interest in my case.
The Rule of Law web site has the background on my case at http://www.rule-of-law.info/adams-smith.htm This includes the information which I gave the St. Pete Times and other Tampa “news” media, and at the bottom of the page, it includes links to some of the documents which I provided to them showing the commission of crimes by members of Florida’s Second District Court of Appeals.
Tulane Link has info on my case at http://www.tulanelink.com/tulanelink/adams_box.htm
Also, you might enjoy Fintan Dunne’s interview of me on BreakForNews.com with links to the St. Pete Times’ “hit piece” on me and a North Country Gazette article about my case at http://breakfornews.com/my/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=147&mode=thread&order=0&thold=0
For more about “justice” in Floriduh, see the video of Martin A. Dyckman, former editor of the St. Petersburg Times, talking about his new book “A Most Disorderly Court.” The book is about his reporting on a scandal involving case fixing in the Florida Supreme Court and the shake up in the court which followed.
He also talks about the problems caused by keeping complaints about judicial misconduct secret, about the need for reforms in our courts, and about the failure of the mainstream press to report on judicial misconduct.
For more information on corruption in our courts, see:
North Country Gazette a publication which has focused on government corruption for years. Sign up for a subscription to its daily email alert and find out the latest news on government corruption.
For more on Fat Tony Battaglia’s illegal campaign contributions, see this North Country Gazette article on Crist’s Campaign Violations More NCG articles about corruption involving Florida Governor Charlie Crist and Pinellas State Attorney Bernie McCabe.
For more of my work, see my archives at OpEdNews.com and Project Vote Count’s Election News and Project Vote Count’s FAQ Yes, Virginia, secret vote counting is unconstitutional, but no one in power gives a damn! They just want to stay in power by whatever means.
Remember, all that the evil need to succeed is for the good to do nothing! Carpe diem!