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[Updates of] Administrative Judgment Against Courier-Journal, Inc.
Filed in Jefferson Co. Circuit Court: Case 07-CI-12572

The Louisville Courier-Journal (C-J) slandered me and defamed my character while I was unlawfully held for the May 26, '06 courthouse tarring (for almost six months). After I filed my successful Administrative Judgment (w/ Apostile from the California Secretary of State) in state court, Judge Mary M. Shaw of the Jefferson County District Court reneged and thus refused to issue the lawful mandate on my commercial lien against C-J.

A quo warranto has been filed against Judge Shaw for failing to conduct her ministerial duties.

Case 07-CI-12572 is another indication of the breakdown in our corporate government.

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Sept. 17, 2008, Wednesday
I sent my second "adjusted" letter to Sheriff John Aubrey, demanding that he remove Judge Shaw from office for criminal prosecution in accordance with the allegations of my May 6, '08 quo warranto. (These adjusted letters are being submitted to Sheriff Aubrey after the KY. Court of Appeals refused to process the quo warranto. Sheriff Aubrey was given a copy of the quo warranto when Judge Shaw was first served on 5/6/08, along with subsequent follow-up letters. See these letters at the Updates on Judge Shaw's Quo Warranto.)


June 5, 2008, Thursday
Regarding my lawsuit against the Courier-Journal newspaer (C-J), I filed a quo warranto against Jefferson Co. Circuit Judge, Mary M. Shaw for her removal from office. Recall that that judge so-called dismissed my case without even issuing a mandate on my pending commercial lien against C-J. Since that lien is still unresolved, technically, the case is still open until a mandate is issued by a court. Judge Shaw refused to do her ministerial duty to issue that mandate.

And since Judge Shaw has not responded to my affidavit in the quo warranto, the allegations therein must hold as true before the law. So, I sent a follow-up letter to Sheriff John Aubrey to have Judge Shaw removed from the bench of the Jefferson Co. Circuit Court.


May 13, 2008, Monday, Late entries
May 12, 2008, Tuesday
Regarding my Jan. 26, '08 federal lawsuit from the injuries I suffered after my May 26, '06 courthouse tarring, I sent May 12, '08 update letters to the major media outlets in Louisville. They are WHAS News 11, WAVE News 3, WDRB Fox News, WLKY News 32, the Associated Press in Louisville, The Louisville Defender, LEO Magazine, and the Courier-Journal.

A copy of each of these letters were filed by separate May 13, '08 Notices in the lawsuit (case 3:08-cv-123-T), to keep the court aware and for the public record. So, only the notice w/ letter to WHAS News is posted, here, as an example. I felt that these updates to the media were necessary, because they did not treat my case truthfully after the tarring. (They would not even interview me during the 2006 media frenzy.) So the 5/12/08 update-letters place them on notice to "do the right thing," this time. . .to tell the public the truth.

Some of you are aware of my administrative judgment and commercial lien against the Courier-Journal (C-J). C-J has admitted, by default, to committing slander, liable and defamation-of-character during the media frenzy immediately after the tarring. Also, see the related quo warranto filed against Jefferson Co. Circuit Judge Mary M. Shaw. -- Well, I don't want to deal with that situation, again. So, I hope that the public notices and letters will help.

May 6, 2008, Thursday
Regarding my lawsuit against the Courier-Journal, I filed a quo warranto against Jefferson Co. Circuit Judge, Mary M. Shaw. Recall that that judge so-called dismissed my case without even issuing a mandate on my pending commercial lien against C-J. Since that lien is still unresolved, technically, the case is still open until a mandate is issued by a court.

Like I told you, officials here in Louisville (and many parts of Kentucky) simply do not follow the law. That is why the middle-class in this state is diminishing faster than in most other states (reported in April '08 by national news).

A copy of that quo warranto was sent by certified mail to Jefferson Co. Sheriff, Col. John Audbrey.


March 3, 2008, Monday #1
Judge Mary M. Shaw ignored my Jan. 25, '08 motion for reconsideration for ratifying my administrative judgment against COURIER-JOURNAL, INC. (also see 1/25/08 update, below). I have responded by sending a special letter to the KY Court of Appeals. (I wonder how much Judge Shaw is being paid to continue to violate the law. Should we request a criminal investigation into her bank accounts? For that matter, why not for the entire lot of judges in Jefferson County?)

Typically, this would be a matter for appeal. But the problem is that Judge Shaw did not honor the original contract of adjudicating the case in exchange for my filing fee. My commercial lien is left without a mandate.

In addition, I believe that the speed of the timely judgments in the motion-judgment scams are planned so that the dejected litigants will quickly pay the $165.00 fee of their appeals. Then their appeals are systematically denied, too. Mannn, what a racket, huh . . . ?


February 27, 2008, Wednesday #3
I received a letter from the Veterans Administration, that falsely states that I applied for benefits. When I inquired, they told me that a red flag has been placed in my file for investigation. I believe that it may be due to my current lawsuits against the Courier-Journal (Louisville, KY) and the feds, and exposure of the motion-judgment scam.


February 8, 2008 , Friday #3
In my lawsuit against Courier-Journal (C-J), I filed a REPLY to the Jan. 31, '08 RESPONSE by C-J's Attorney, Jeremy S. Rogers.

I scanned-in my REPLY so you can consider the gravity of the situation. The case is reaching intolerable conditions, where Counsel Rogers is asking Judge Mary M. Shaw to commit securities fraud, and treason against the community.

You can review the recent administrative judgment against C-J. You can also view the seal of the certifying "Apostille" of the judgment on the homepage (see $3,000,000 tort judgment . . . {image}).


January 25, 2008, Friday
For the Courier-Journal (C-J) case, I filed a motion for reconsideration of Judge Shaw's Jan. 16, '08 Order that's attempting to dismiss the case. My motion informed Judge Shaw that she'd be committing securities fraud and racketeering, complicit with Attorney Rogers if she does not reverse her Order.

I attached my Jan. 22, '08 Affidavit to the motion, specifying that Counsel Jeremy S. Roger's illegal action of not serving me a copy of his Dec. 19, '07 motion-to-dismiss was not an isolated case. Thus far, we have the scoop on five of these cases.

I sent copies of the motion w/ attached affidavit to Jason Nemes, Director of the Administrative Office of the Courts, Congressmen John Yarmuth, Attorney General Jack Conway, and Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott. I asked these officials to utilize the force of their offices to investigate this wholesale scam, conspiracy, and racketeering of Kentucky taxpayers. -- Copies of these letters were notarized, for freezing their dates.


January 18, 2008, Friday
I received Judge Shaw's order that summarily dismissed my case against Courier-Journal, Inc. (C-J), based on the illegal Dec. 19, '07 motion filed by C-J's attorney, Jeremy S. Rogers. Even more important is that the case cannot be dismissed without the Court resolving my pending commercial lien against C-J (UCC Financing Statement), that is filed in the state's "Commercial Registry," in Frankfort, KY.

The Court must issue a mandate on that commercial lien. Judge Shaw would be committing "secuirties fraud" if she attempts to remove the lien from the Registry without giving me title of the "named property" (525 W. Broadway, Louisville, KY). This is because the lien is based on the Nov. 27, '07 "administrative judgment" against C-J, of which Judge Shaw, by law, must recognize that judgment.


January 16, 2008, Wednesday #2
I sent a notarized letter by verifiable mail to Judge Mary M. Shaw to caution her that I and others are aware of the scams in Jefferson County involving fraudulent motions and judgments. (Attorneys are filing motions-to-dismiss cases without serving copies to the opposing parties, to prevent responses to those motions. Judges then dismiss these cases without hearing from the opposing parties.) My letter warns Judge Shaw to proceed legally with my case (07-CI-012572) to avoid criminal action and credibility problems for Defendant, Courier-Journal, Inc. (C-J).


January 15, 2008, Tuesday
I visited the Jefferson Co. Circuit Court to get certifed copies of docket records on several cases, including my Courier-Journal (C-J) case (see updates, below). Low-n-behold (I should not have been surprised), the attorney(s) for C-J had filed a motion-to-dismiss just two day after I filed suit (for ratification of my administrative judgment). As in the other cases (see Dec. 29 & Jan. 7 updates, below), I did not receive copy of the motion. >>> This can be shown by studying the Dec. 31, Jan. 2nd and 6th updates, below. I kept paying for repeated serving of the Summons (w/ Complaint), because I had not received any verification of service, and thus certainly I did not receive anything from C-J.

I don't have to tell you that this is fraud, collusion, complicity, obstruction-of-justice, and tampering with court records. (Did I miss anything?) Another experienced pro-se told me that he's seen reports where this has been done to at least ten other people.


January 11, 2008, Friday
I followed-up on the missing court SUMMONS and Complaint that I filed against the Courier-Journal on Dec. 17 (see the Jan. 6, Dec. 31 and Dec 26 updates, below). I submitted a letter and two-page affidavit (w/ four attachments of the mailing receipts, etc.) by verifiable mail to the Louisville POSTAL INSPECTION SERVICE. The letter requests an investigation into the disappearance, for mail tampering and mail fraud by the court's mail clerks.

In the affidavit I also gave information on the missing June 28, 07 certified mailing of Annie Nelson (Postal Service Confirmation No. CO-32938966).

I sent by verifiable mail a copy of the above papers w/ a letter to Chief Robert White of the Louisville Metro Police Dept. I asked Chief White to investigate the fact that LMPD Officer Matthew Chaudoin would not take a report on the matter (see Jan. 6 update, below).

Copies of the above POSTAL INSPECTION package were also sent by verifiable mail to Jason Nemes, Director of the Administrative Office of the Courts (in Frankfort, KY), and U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth (Louisville district).


January 6, 2008, Sunday
By instructions from the U.S. Postal Service (USPS), I contacted the Metro Louisville Police Dept., today, to initiate a report on the missing summons for serving my Complaint on the Courier Journal, by certified mail. The report would specify mail tampering and fraud (see Dec. 31 update, below). However, the police officer refused to take the report, even though I showed him the growing pile documents. He also ignored that I was under instruction by the USPS.

The USPS has no record of the mailing, and mail clerks at the Jefferson Co. Circuit Court (or USPS) would not refund my mailing fee. Yet, I have the receipt of the transaction and "green" USPS certified receipt, showing that the transaction took place.

I told the police officer that if he did not take a report I'd have no choice but to contact Police Chief, Robert White, on the matter. He still refused to take the report.

January 2, 2008
I finally received official status that the summons (w/ my lawsuit, case 07-ci--12572, Jefferson Co. Circuit Court) was finally served upon Courier-Journal, Inc. by the county sheriff's office. This was necessary, because the first summons, mailed by the court clerk, appears to have disappeared without a trace (see the Dec. 26 & 31 updates, below) .


December 31, 2007
I initiated the complaint process with the U.S. Postal Service for the mail clerks (at Jefferson Co. Circuit Court) and the U.S. postal delivery-man not processing the certified mailing of the summons [with my Dec. 17 Complaint] / lawsuit against Courier-Journal, Inc. The Postal Service assured me that they would contact me within the next business day. See the Dec. 29 and Dec. 26 updates, below.
December 29, 2007
I submitted by verifiable mail a second OPEN RECORDS REQUEST, this time to the Ky. Administrative Office of the Courts, requesting the indemnity bond policy on Jefferson Co. District Judge, Judith K. Bartholomew. Judge Bartholomew committed fraud and complicity when dismissing my case against Stock Yards Bank (SYB) (case 07-CO-14200).

(NOTE: The Administrative Office of the Courts is operated by the Ky. Supreme Court.)

Judge Bartholomew falsely stated in her Nov. 30 dismissal order that I ". . .did not state a claim for which relief may be granted . . ." To the contrary, my Oct. 12, 2007 Complaint explicitly states two (2) counts of "breach-of-contract" by SYB.

In addition, Judge Bartholomew and the attorneys of SYB (John T. McGarvey and Timothy A. Schenk of Morgan & Pottinger) staged a court hearing on Nov. 30, 2007 without informing me. (This same fraud, complicity and obstruction was recently done to Don Fitzgerald, too.)

The REQUEST also asked for the bond information on a second court official, Circuit Court Judge, Mary Shaw (see the Dec. 26, update, below). I believe that Judge Shaw was complicit with the disapearance of the Dec. 17 summons, to avoid compelling Courier-Journal, Inc. to comply with the law.


December 26, 2007
The court clerk issued a second summons for Courier Journal, Inc. (C-J) to answer my Complaint (case 07-ci-012572) for the court's ratification of my Oct. 27, 2007 administrative judgement against C-J. The first summons (Dec. 17) never reached C-J, because the mail clerks (at Jefferson Co. Circuit Court) and the U.S. postal delivery-man did not process the mailing of the summons [with my Complaint].

I paid $40 for the Jefferson Co. Sheriff to deliver the second summons, but it has not been delivered yet, as of Dec. 31, 2007.