2017
04.19

By 1.6-ing the situation, I can present how the deliberately incurred liability of the police, hospital, psych ward, mental health department, mental health clinic, district attorney, and the attorney general cause the absolute complete denial of any protection of The LAW and ALL CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS.

Each could have prevented the situation from involving more parties. Their conduct was intentional. They knew it was wrong. They didn’t care. They would hide behind their shared liability and privilege.

On the privileged advice of their lawyers, they each take no further actions, cooperate no further, participate no further, and take no action to resolve any single issue or address the matter. That ‘privilege’ pursuant to Rule 1.6 Confidentiality of Information of the Rules of Professional Conduct.

PROTECTING THE LIABILITY
SUPERCEDES EVERY CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT.

Their CONFIDENTIALITTY is not discretionary. Their silence is concealing an UNCONSTITUTIONAL LAW rolled out to EVERY state which has harmed millions of Americans since the early 1980’s.

The attorney general has a responsibility to address the unConstitutional law. By choosing to ignore, the OAG is negligent and in violation of the Act which created the Office of the Attorney General.

As such, I am required to notify the Governor and the Legislature of the failure of the Attorney General, and the entire OAG.

The Governor can assemble the Legislature to suspend the unConstitutional law – improperly enacted by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania in effect since 1987.

If you think this is a single instance…. re-read the header of this web site.
“I am a sane man dealing with an absolutely insane situation. Every person in a position to help has acted improperly in direct violation of procedures and the law preventing the resolution of any matter… they each make the situation worse… NO ONE HELPED… NO ONE COULD HELP… until the Constitutional Challenge of Rule 1.6.”

ALL LIVES MATTER. Rule 1.6 is going to fall.

JUSTICE IS COMING.

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