On August 31, 2017, a victim of the overwhelming corruption that has been uncovered in Cattaraugus County New York, home of the most corrupt court system in the State of New York and possibly the United States was told by Cattaraugus County Court Clerk Jane St John he was not allowed to review his court record anymore because it was in appeal. First of all it was not in appeal and second the public has the right to review any court record they please. There are some exceptions to this right such as family court and sealed records where the general public is not allowed access to, however the parties involved are. Click here for the Commission on Public Access to Court Records, Report to the Chief Judge of the State of New York and corresponding exhibit 3. Continue reading
Cattaraugus County Chief Court Clerk Verna Dry Rigs Jury case. ONE JUROR DEAD SINCE 2010. 50% of the jury were local government employees, and another 16% were related to them, or had a predisposed bias. The ‘judge’ even appointed a county employee the jury foreperson who lives in the small town of Portville New York, the same location of the Assistant District Attorney is from to ensure guilty verdict. You haven’t seen a rigged jury until you sit in on a trial in Cattaraugus County New York…. Judge Claims it’s a Conspiracy and he doesn’t swear in the jury! This is all on the certified public record folks, and then some….
In New York State, considered one of the most corrupt states in the county, if any citizen who is working for change exposes any aspect of a completely corrupt political system they maybe forced to undergo what is called a 730.30 examination, which can lead to the citizen being chemically lobotomized by a completely corrupt state government financed mental health system. In this report we will show you how one individual was forced to undergo two examinations by individuals who a county community service director, the individual in control of county mental heath system failed and/or refused to provide proof they were even qualified to conduct the exams… Continue reading