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Freeman Davis' Lien Goes Against Jefferson County Judges

On April 26, 2011, Freeman Davis petitioned the Jefferson County Circuit Court to ratify his lien (#2011-2512594-92) levied against the state of Kentucky for injuries heaped upon him and his mother, Mrs. Florean Wilson. On May 5, 2005, Case Worker, Michelle D. Stevenson, for Cabinet for Health & Family Services (CHFS), physically removed Mrs. Wilson from their home in Louisville without a court order. Later, after the grand jury for the Jefferson Couny Family Court (Case #05-H-450) cleared Davis' of all the bogus charges by Stevenson, CHFS by unlawful order from Judge Angela McCormick refused to return Mrs. Wilson to Davis' de-facto guardianship, and ignored his Power-of-Attorney over his mother. The state then confiscated Mrs. Wilson's car, home and household that were later sold-off.

On Feb. 28, 2007, Davis filed suit against CHFS demanding this matter be corrected (Case #07-CI-2074). Judges McCormickAudra J. Eckerle and Sean Delahanty at various times denied Davis access to the case files in #05-H-450, to prevent him from using the evidence in  #07-CI-2074. Then, Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Mitch Perry refused to adjudicate #07-CI-2074, leaving nine of Davis motions un-adjudicated. Davis was then forced to withdraw, and then he filed administrative Claim #7007 1490 0004 5248 3534 with the Kentucky Board of Claims (2008-BC-0725). See ATTACHMENT #4 below, the offenders / feasors in Davis' claim.

(Later in 2008, after Davis complained of nursing-home care for his mother, Judge McCormick denied him visitation to Mrs. Wilson.)

This is the basis for Davis' lien to be ratified by the Court.

Lien of Freeman Davis