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Order for Barring Cobble from Courthouse; Judge Eckerle's Justification
Cobble's Mar. 18, 2013 pleading below (Pages 1 thru 4) is an example of the "disturbing comments" referenced in Judge Audra Eckerle's order (below). You can read for yourselves that Cobble is very conscientious and concerned about the youth massacre problem (Newtown, Columbine, Colorado, Etc.). As an inventor, his is only trying to understand the core mental pathology of our youths on murderous rampages. This is plainly seen in his text. In fact, most of the comments are taken from his recent 7-page Analysis sent to Washington's Army Chief of Staff on this matter. -- Cobble is informing Eckerle the corruption in the Jefferson county courts is part of the problem that's causing Our youth to stress-out with emotional issues and school drop-outs. Though they won't express themselves, youths are confused and distressed by the contradictory behavior of adults, such as community-acceptance of gov'mt corruption, and violence in our mainstream.         

Eckerle's Mar. 13, 2013 order, A Smokescreen
So, below (Pages 5 & 6), Judge Eckerle misrepresents Cobble's comments, as an obvious excuse and smokescreen to prevent him from entering the courthouse. Eckerle is well aware that the allegations in her order are challenged by Cobble's Tort-actions, Judicial Complaints, and Complaints to Sheriff John Aubrey, with legal admissions from the various gov'mt officials. Most of the legal admissions are verified by Cobble's liens. -- Her references to Judge Armstrong and Judge Delahanty regards Our uncovering the court racketeering going-on. Her reference to Judge Willett regards the recent fraud he committed (issuing an order on a non-existent motion). Though her order, itself, does not bar Cobble from the courthouse (it orders his movements in the courthouse be accompanied by Court Security), sheriff deputies allow Cobble to file court papers for court appearances, but on the scheduled day of those appearances they will not allow him entry into the courthouse, or for visiting any other public proceeding.

The Real Motives for Their Behavior
This is so that Cobble cannot attend cases where the "fake case" racket is going on, and to prevent him from demanding his outstanding liens be ratified for removal from the Sec. of State's commercial Registry. His lien cases have been before Judge Eckerle since 2010. In 2011 and 2012  Eckerle transferred Cobble's cases to 7 other judges, but they all were returned to her "doorstep," because they cannot be quashed except by "jury trial." But since the opposing parties do not want jury trials, Eckerle is required to "procedurally" sign-off on the liens. By not doing so, she is refusing her duty as a judge.