SAY IT ISN’T SO! | COURT WATCHER JAILED FOR 30 DAYS FOR REFUSING TO DISCLOSE HIS NAME

This comes in from a very reliable source, but has not been verified.

We hope it is “exaggerated.” If not, this takes things to a whole new level…

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COURT WATCHER JAILED FOR 30 DAYS FOR REMAINING SILENT

Contact: David Lonier FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tel: 248-373-9111
Email: davidlonier@gmail.com

Court Observer Jailed
for up to 30 days for remaining silent

 

Redford Township – June 8, 2012 A Novi man was ordered by Judge Karen Kahlil of the 17th District Court to spend up to 30 days in jail for refusing to disclose his name. While sitting quietly observing a friend’s property rights case, Judge Karen Kahlil demanded he stand and disclose his name. Other witnesses were shocked when the judge ordered him arrested for refusing to disclose his name.

He was cited with contempt, hand cuffed and hauled off to the Redford police jail and later transferred to a Midland County jail. He, along with 4 other court observers were ordered to stand and give their names, but only the Novi man was arrested and jailed.

Prior to Friday’s arrest, the Novi man had a criminal complaint, judicial misconduct, malfeasance of office and deprivation of rights charges filed against Judge Kahlil and it is suspected that she was using her authority in retaliation for his legal action against her. He has commenced a hunger strike.

More to come as we get it.


Here’s Trish’s

Press Release
Contact: David Lonier
Tel: 248-373-9111
Email: davidlonier@gmail.com

COURT WATCHER JAILED

FOR 30 DAYS FOR REMAINING SILENT

Redford Township – June 8, 2012 A Novi Township man was ordered by Judge Karen Kahlil of the 17th District Court to spend 30 days in jail for refusing to give her his name. He was cited with contempt, hand cuffed and hauled off to the Redford police jail and later transferred to a Midland jail. He was in court to witness another case when he, along with 4 other court watchers were ordered by the judge Kahlil to stand and give their names. After the Novi Township man was arrested, the other 4 court watchers were asked to do the same. All complied for fear that they too would receive jail time.

The court watchers witnessed the court officials assault the Novi man. When one of the court watchers attempted to leave the room he was detained against his will. The court officers used threat and intimidation to hold the entire body of court watchers hostage.

Judge Kahlil in an uncontrollable rage she began to call out, “We got a group of Moors in here!” She continued her comments towards the court watchers “Are you a part of that group? Who here is a part of that group the Moors group!”

Prior to his Friday arrest, the Novi man has several criminal complaints, judicial misconduct, malfeasance of office and deprivation of rights charges filed against Judge Kahlil and it is suspected that she was using her authority in retaliation for his legal action against her. No such order was issued for the other four court watchers.

The Novi Township man has commenced a hunger strike.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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Comments
17 Responses to “SAY IT ISN’T SO! | COURT WATCHER JAILED FOR 30 DAYS FOR REFUSING TO DISCLOSE HIS NAME”
  1. Judith Harlan says:

    In America?

  2. Anynomous says:

    Fair would now be to arrest my lender for watching me 22 times in 3 years during “property inspections” without telling their name……..(and without us being late on a payment).

  3. Francine Cole says:

    I know exactly how he feels! I — myself was arrested and — stripped searched — for trying to get into my own home/living quarters, which the Morristown, New Jersey police removed me from illegally. This too was done in retaliation for my filing a lawsuit against the Town of Morristown, New Jersey, Morristown police, et alls. The upstairs of my home was given to two criminals who were released from prison recently after doing three (3) years for gun charges, including a loaded clip, and marijuana possession. In fact, one of them had a gun charge when he was fifteen (15). I had allowed one to live in a room in the upstairs apartment temporarily because my late sister had been his temporary guardian and he had a job. Initially, my family had been told that they were related to us, but we found out that they are not blood relatives. When I informed him that he had to find other arrangements, he put a pad lock on the inside of the door to lock me out. I had to use that space because the kitchen and bathroom downstairs are inoperable. When I took the locks off the door, he called the police and the arrested me for criminal mischief — my own home! They told me that it was a civil matter for him, which it should have been for me too. But, in retaliation for my lawsuit, they took me to the county jail and had me strip searched! Now, the criminal is running rampant, taking over the home, driving on the grass and permitting his criminal friends to come inside all hours of the night. Today, the world is not for decent people; it is for the criminals.

    • Francine Cole says:

      Also, as a result of my being illegally forced out of my own apartment, which was not rented to the men, I have nowhere to bath or cook. We are definitely living in a police state run by the most ruthless of individuals.

    • Fed Up In Mass. says:

      Wow… from Summit, and surprised Morristown cops would act like that. I have taken matters into my own hands and already communicated with my Chief of Police, in case anyone attempts anything on us.

      • Francine Cole says:

        From Summit, I have been mistreated by the Town of Morristown and Morristown police for decades. That is why my civil rights lawsuit also pleads a pattern and practice. There is a long history of antagonism in my neighborhood that involves my late mother’s family members, as well as neighbors connected to city hall in some way. Invariably, when an incident occurs, I am always the target because the neighbors have influence with town officials. Common sense should make them ask, “how is one woman who lives alone doing all these things she’s being accused of?” But, they never do! The antagonistic neighbors meddle in my family’s personal business to complicate matters because their only interest is gossiping and causing trouble. If town officials had properly mediated this situation long ago, the problem would not exist today. They find it easier to blame me, than themselves.

  4. joi says:

    Now, she needs to be arrested for thirty days for being a shepherd for the devil. Unreal

    • Francine Cole says:

      What a vicious comment! You must be one of the Morristownians involved in the illegal arrest and strup search.

  5. Fed up says:

    Holy Crap

  6. Judith McDonald says:

    When Injustice becomes Law Resistance Becomes DUTY. Thomas Jefferson

  7. keepon says:

    What finer AB– USE of HER ROBEs?! The Aristocracy is in full charge. Investigate her allegiance to the Fascist Regime!

    Whose law is she SWORN to UPHOLD? Recuse! Admit to co-conspiracy. Go to a country where blatant disregard for just and fair is called for. Enough is enough!

  8. Phred Maldonaldo says:

    Y’all missed the point. Kahlil is a Middle East name, and so there may be a Muslim connection not expressed in the story. The black onlookers being called ‘Moors’ takes on a different context. The Moors were Muslim African conquerors of Spain centuries ago. Redford, Mi, isn’t that far from Dearborn, the Muslim center of the Midwest.

  9. Brenda Largent says:

    I believe this man, should bring grievance of trespass. Tthe Judge is in Violation of this citizens unalienable and Legal Rights, The Judge had no Jurisdiction over the “watchers”.

    “When a judge knows that he lacks jurisdiction, or acts in the face of clearly valid statutes expressly
    depriving him of jurisdiction, judicial immunity is lost.” [Rankin v. Howard, (1980) 633 F.2d 844, cert.
    den. Zeller v. Rankin, 101 S.Ct. 2020, 451 U.S. 939, 68 L.Ed 2d 326]

    “When a judicial officer acts entirely without jurisdiction or without compliance with jurisdiction
    requisites, He/She may be held civilly liable for abuse of process even though his act involved a decision made in good faith, that he had jurisdiction.” [Little v. U.S. Fidelity & Guaranty Co., 217 Miss. 576, 64 So. 2d
    697] Therefore, all actions commenced against this citizen are in violation of…

    USC TITLE 18 > PARTI > CHAPTER 13 > § 241 Conspiracy against right

  10. Javagold says:

    There is only one way to make this stop !

  11. zurenarrh says:

    Judges are corrupt, plain and simple. The legal system has failed us. This nameless guy has some guts–good for him!

  12. dRp says:

    When public officials go beyond their authority, they of course, are exceeding their delegation of authority given by the people through our system of government. Henceforth, they should have all delegation of authority revoked and face the world like one of us that live on the ground, not in the clouds.

  13. Pamela Edwards says:

    This is getting out of hand.Guy should be allowed to watch.Maybe threats are becoming pervasive in courts?Really need to watch these situations they are becoming more and more common place.

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