2015
02.10

oklahomaThe word out of Oklahoma this week is the introduction of a Bill in their Legislature to prevent prosecution for abuse of power by limiting the ability to prosecute exclusively to the state Attorney General.. to the exclusion of the District Attorneys.

why-kids-think-they-are-invisible-when-playing-peek-a-booWith the current effort to remove an unconstitutional law which has been concealed under the disinformation that it is ‘attorney-client privilege” and where it results in devastating and inescapable loss of constitutional rights of the victim FOREVER… and where Rule 1.6 clearly demonstrates the unconstitutional ability and the defiance to being addressed – because lawyers may not reveal the TRUTH.

OKLAHOMA – Are y’all out of your ever-lovin minds?

The ABA presented Rule 1.6 a law which undermined the authority of every state judiciary and held the judiciary hostage shown by their loss of judicial independence. The ABA knew that their ethics code lacked ethics, morality and lawfulness. Against the advice of Robert Kutek who wrote the ‘Rules’, the ABA deliberately removed 2 fraud provisions from the law which could have prevented 30 years of injustice and unconstitutionality. Kids for Cash in Luzerne County Pennsylvania. Over 48 million forcerclosures using fraudulent anf forged robosigned documents. INJUSTICE throughout the entire US. An overwhelming realization that the Constiotution was being ignored by those who had sworn to preserve protect and defend it.

OKLAHOMA – Are y’all out of your ever-lovin minds?

Oklahoma lawmaker wants to bar DAs from charging state officials


District attorneys across Oklahoma are upset with proposed legislation that would bar them from prosecuting any state official for a public offense.

calveyOnly the attorney general could file those criminal cases, if House Bill 2206 becomes law.

“It’s a big deal to me. I’m upset and concerned,” Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater said. “This bill creates a different class of citizens that would be protected from the normal prosecution process.”

He questioned if the bill is retaliation for his prosecutions of legislators, a judge and members of the Pardon and Parole Board.

“I am suspicious … that is what this is really about,” Prater said.
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Elected and Above the Law: Bill “Would Exempt Lawmakers from Prosecution of Nearly Any Crimes”

This one is just too rich. The arrogance and absurdity is over the top.

get-out-of-jail-freeGranted, most of the political class is already de facto above the law to begin with.

But now, a lawmaker in Oklahoma has introduced a bill to officially give most lawmakers, judges, appointees and holders of high office immunity from prosecution.

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