Today, Saturday, January 9, 2010, I petitioned the Northern Virginia members of the General Assembly for an investigation of the obstruction of the rights of parents and the destruction of the independent’s of attorneys to serve the public by the Collusion of Government Attorneys and the Courts of Virginia (For background see, http://www.liamsdad.org/others/isidoro.shtml):
As you are about to embark on the 2010 Session of the General Assembly, I remind you that more than 225 years ago the Virginian Patrick Henry famously stated:
Power is the great evil with which we are contending. We have divided power between three branches of government and erected checks and balances to prevent abuse of power. However, where is the check on the power of the judiciary? If we fail to check the power of the judiciary, I predict that we will eventually live under judicial tyranny.
Patrick Henry’s statement were echoed by Jefferson, Mason and Madison, confirms the long concern about the segmentation of governmental power based on distrust as the principal rationale for the diffusion. Therefore the drafters of the Virginia Constitution fractured it in innumerable ways so to place surge protectors throughout the organization of government so to safeguard against dangerous concentrations of unchecked power by either of the three branches.
In short, the organizing principle was not efficiency or consistency, but to prevent the concentrated power–even within the Judicial Branch which was to be the weakest branch and controlled by statute and previous case precedent
Thus, the people in Virginia enacted Article VI of the Constitution to place the “check” upon the power of the judiciary by giving only the General Assembly the authority to create courts and appoint judges.
Later, the General Assembly added a supplemental check by enacting VA Code § 54.1-3935, to crate an independent statewide legal profession by restricting the discipline of any attorney. Also, consistent with Article VI § 5 of the Constitution, the General Assembly enacted VA Code § 54.1-3915, prohibiting the Supreme Court of Virginia from promulgating rules inconsistent with the rights granted an attorney by any statute.
However, the evidence (see, http://home.earthlink.net/~malfeasance) confirms that there has been a conspiracy to do away with the independence of attorneys in Virginia and concentrate power within the Judicial Branch by denying citizen access to impartial courts so prevent the holding of government officials and judges accountable for malfeasance and/or criminal acts. Thus, the safe guards of Article VI of Constitution of Virginia and VA Code § 54.1-3915 and 3935, have been intentionally violated by the Judicial Branch “[r]esisting the execution of the laws under color of [their] authority.” Va Code § 18.2-481(d), defines this a treason.
In summary, court records confirm that the Judicial Branch has conspired with government attorneys to usurp the legislative authority of the General Assembly to create the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board as a kangaroo court within an unauthorized attorney disciplinary system, and to punish an attorney for litigating to enforce his Federal and Virginia statutory rights. (See, http://home.earthlink.net/~treason).
Court records confirm that since 2003, in retaliation for my litigating to protect my statutory rights as a father and property rights in my perfected attorney’s lien on treasure troves, I have been the target of a conspiracy to deny me access to an impartial court. The Supreme Court of Virginia and government attorneys are guilty of misprision of treason by conspiring to enforce the void order of the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board to punish me as an independent Virginia attorney.
Query, if I as a federal civil litigator with more than three decades of experience can be deprived of my statutory rights, what is a non lawyer citizen to do when confronted by such malfeasance? Has not the legal profession failed, if not refused to protect the rights of citizens against the abuse of power?
Therefore, consistent with your oath of office as a member of the General Assembly, as well as to retain your office after the November 2010 election, you must act to restore the Rule of Law, the integrity, and public confidence in the Judicial Branch and legal profession in the Commonwealth–irrespective of whether your are either a Democrat, Republican, or an Independent.
In closing, is it any doubt that the Saving and Loan and ENRON Scandal, as well as the past financial crises and recession was in part not caused by the legal profession failing to protect the rights and interest of citizens.
This malfeasance must end if our country is to progress.