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Oath Breakers: Lies Family Courts Tell

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What does it mean that judges are state actors? It means that the constitution applies to them and what they are doing to you. Many state judges have excused their illegal actions by claiming that custody suits are civil suits between private parties and therefore there is no state action to be limited. This is a Big Fat Lie! The United States Supreme court definitively stated in 1948 that judges in purely civil cases, even where there are no state statutes being enforced, are state actors limited by the Fourteenth Amendment. This means that the United States Constitution undeniably applies in your child custody dispute and your state judge is duty bound to protect your constitutional rights whether they like it or not.Federal courts have held state court judges to be state actors for 134 years in many different situations. However, one Texas Appellate Court wrote an opinion finding that a father had no constitutional right to the custody and care of his children because he improperly presumed there was state action in his case. The appellate court said there was no legal basis for the father’s presumption of state action and that his argument was wholly without merit. In the court’s own words, “There has been no ‘state action’ in this case; rather, this was a private suit between two individuals concerning issues of divorce and child custody.” This made me so mad I decided to slap this court around a bit and expose publicly the Lies That Family Courts Tell. State judges have no problem picking on parents, so I felt it was time that parents have someone standing up for them.If you want to witness a state appellate court being schooled by a parent and get what you need to school your own judge, then you need to read this book!

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She needed a will. A lawyer named himself the main heir to her $1.7 million estate.

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Friends remembered Wilma Williams as fiercely independent, but a stroke left her in a wheelchair and reliant on hearing aides as large as headphones the day her attorney arrived with a plan to divvy up her $1.7 million estate.

The 93-year-old military widow with no children had nieces and nephews, but Bob Machen personally drafted a will that made himself her primary beneficiary and his son — a man she had never met — a possible heir as well.

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Machen said the will represented the wishes of a woman who was like a sister to him and who he helped for years. He claims he watched as she affixed a scribbled signature to the document in a Fairfax County rehabilitation center on July 31, 2018.

Williams died 10 days later, and her relatives said they were stunned to eventually learn that Machen was poised to reap a $1.5 million windfall while they would receive modest bequests. They couldn’t believe the will truly represented Williams’s desires and decided to challenge it in court.

They say the case is a particularly brazen example of the financial exploitation of the elderly, a problem that is rapidly increasing as the senior population grows. The number of people aged 65 and older is projected to double between 2018 and 2060, according to government figures. Various estimates put their losses from fraud between $2.9 billion and a staggering $36.5 billion each year.  

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Santa Clara County, California: The Malicious Prosecution of Cary Crittendon

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Can this nightmare really happen in the U.S, the land of the brave and the free? The answer appears to be YES. “Cary Andrew Crittendon has been jailed in Santa Clara County, California for attempting to expose the judicial corruption in the courts in Santa Clara County. Currently, he is held on parole violations for “non-specific” charges. Apparently, no one knows what he violated, they just think he violated something. The previous charges that ended with the parole, the result of a frame-up verified by an attorney who was involved in the proceedings. A continuance has been secured until May 4th, 2015, to allow the prosecutor more time to fabricate a case against Cary which will most likely result in a long prison term if this is allowed to proceed.
The history of Cary’s case includes, but is not limited to:

1. The public defender assigned to Cary not only allowed, but failed to object to the known falsified report submitted by a detective closely associated with the court in question.

2. All exculpatory evidence proving Cary’s innocence was withheld and suppressed. Cary was not allowed to present any evidence in his defense, while his public defender stood silent.

3. All evidence produced by the prosecutor was fabricated and falsified with no actual corroborating evidence that Cary had, in fact, committed any crime.

4. The public defender refused to allow Cary to actually read the charges against him or to know what those charges were comprised of.

5. The judge involved in the previous jailing of Cary, refused to allow him any bond to secure his release. Obviously, exposing a corrupt court official is akin to a terrorist act.
6. A taped conversation with one of the attorney’s involved exists, where that attorney admits that Cary was set up and framed.

Today, Cary needs all the support we can generate for him. He is currently being held Elmwood Correctional Facility, Milpitas, California.

Please send a letter of support to:

Cary Andrew Crittendon Baracks 13 Bunk 5

Elmwood Correctional Facility

701 S. Abel Street
Milpitas, California

NOTE FROM BOOMERS AGAINST ELDER ABUSE. If you agree with us that this situation is intolerable, please write Cary to support him during the nightmare he is going through. In the meantime, I’ll find out what else we can do.

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