… or we shall all hang separately
From column by Pete Hendrickson here.
Struggling To Protect Illegal Court Orders,
The Sixth Circuit Takes Aim At The Constitution, by Pete Hendrickson
In a desperate effort to shield from review illegal orders meant to suppress revelations about the income tax which have prompted the federal and state government to return billions of dollars to claimants over the past 13 years, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati rules that the First and Sixth Amendments are not binding on the federal judiciary.
In case you have missed the earlier material on this remarkable story, please see the following post:
A Petition For En Banc (Full Court) Re-Hearing Of Doreen’s Appeal Has Been Filed
THE BY-ANY-MEANS-NECESSARY EVASIONS OF THE PANEL THAT ISSUED A DENIAL of the appeal on March 11 are both transparent and a deadly threat to the rule of law. See them dispassionately discussed in the petition filed on March 25 with the court; or see the somewhat warmer and more alarm-bell oriented “inspiration for journalists” version. Continue reading