Wednesday, March 17, 2010

citizen less than judge

Law is reason without logic

Examples of injustice will be featured here, but this blog is for you to point out the inconsistency of public policy and your life.

Judges, cops, IRS agents, etc, all have affected us and in light of the high level corporate crime we see today, it is hard to understand why they waste their time on us.

We are low hanging fruit. The real bastards make a lot more money than the average Joe Citizen.

But, Joe has fight and will take them on round by round. In the meantime, give him some power by sharing your struggle!


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Friday, March 12, 2010

Judges vs. Boobs: Round 2

Of course, the judges lost. But, what is even better, the taxpayers paid for half of it. Message: Be an elected official and we’ll pay half for your happy-ending!!!

Be surprised that Mamiya is not only the presiding judge (and an elected judge) but also a different Seattle Municipal Court Judge than what Joe Citizen was fighting in Round 1. If you look at their election records, these unopposed judges have a challenger. If only an attorney who has passed the bar and has lived in Seattle more than 60 days would run against one or all of them!!!


The Mariners agreed to let a strip club be allowed kitty-corner from SAFECO stadium. The club will be subject to the same six-foot distance lap-dance requirements as with the rest of City code. However, if you are a judge, you likely will get off in the VIP room for 50% off, courtesy of the Seattle City Taxpayers.

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Thursday, March 11, 2010

Judges vs. The Law: Round 1

Washington State Supreme Court Justice Bobbe Bridge vs. Joe Citizen Both Arrested for DUI:


Bridge: BAC .219 and .227

Citizen: BAC .19 and .209

Bridge: Arrested close to home

Citizen: Arrested close to home

Bridge: Also charged with hit and run

Citizen: No other charges

Bridge: First offense

Citizen: First offense


Bridge: Hard to say, police report heavily redacted -

Citizen: Arrest report public record

Bridge: Escorted and dropped off at home by police, despite mandatory arrest and incarceration standards (same link as above)

Citizen: Escorted directly to jail

Bridge: Makes several undisclosed statements to officers (again same link)

Citizen: All statements public

Bridge: Gets highly publicized, but, closed court hearing by Seattle Municipal Court Judge Michael Hurtado, who also dismissed her hit and run charge

Citizen: Goes to public court four times between arraignment and pretrial because of missing files and lack of familiarity with his charges by both prosecutors and public defenders, finally enters a motion for deferred prosecution to avoid a trial that had ever-changing prosecutorial methods and a different public-defenders that hadn't read the case before he went to the hearing with you five minutes later.

Bridge: Immediately granted a deferred prosecution and enters a two-year intensive alcohol program, admitting her alcohol problem

Citizen: Eventually, after multiple continuations and missed days at work to attend hearings that never happen, is also granted the same deferred prosecution


Bridge: Makes several public statements and apologies decrying her own indescretion as if it were a one time event

Citizen: Despite how much he knows what he did was wrong, he is labeled an alcoholic and that his arrest was the inevitability of a condition he was born with, which will also restrict him from being functional if he does not accept treatment

Bridge: Continues her elected position as a Supreme Court Justice, even ruling on State case law affecting DUI, which ends up effecting Joe Citizen. She eventually retires with dignity and is applauded for her work for children and families, see below...

Citizen: Was underemployed at the time of arrest and has to declare his DUI arrest, despite its deferred status, on job applications. He has unsuccessfully been looking for work for the past two years and is making little more than minimum wage, but has healthcare benefits. He is struggling to support his wife and children, which is heavily complicated by the terms of his treatment plan which inflexibly interrupts both his work and family life several nights per week

Bridge: Is an honored speaker, paid to entertain and edify audiences with her anecdotes and life experiences, including lessons learned from her DUI

Citizen: Always has to explain his DUI to prospective employers, current employers to get the time off work to attend required classes, and is written off by most as an alcoholic with little to contribute to society.

Bridge: Has a children’s center named after her at the new Kent Regional Justice Center in recognition of her accolades as a judge

Citizen: Has the ability to drop his children off at Bobbe Bridge’s Children’s Center while attending hearings and probation appointments


Bridge: Made a mistake and is able to restore her name and reputation as a worthy contributor to society

Citizen: According to the courts; Is expected to get arrested again and go to inpatient treatment, and his disease will prevent him from having high concept decision making abilities for the rest of his life... HE WILL NEVER BECOME A SUPREME COURT JUSTICE

Sources regarding Bridge's arrest, including public record of her police report; legal postions before,during, and after her arrest; and, arrest outcomes:;;;

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