Chief Justice gets taken to Legislature Woodshed





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Uploaded on Feb 22, 2007

Constitutional VIOLATION that the nation should take notice of. Chief Justice William J. Sullivan tried to stack the court and legislate from the bench.

He wanted to have Connecticut Judge Peter T. Zarella be the next Chief Justice while he stepped down and still remained on the court.

Crooked politicians and their organized crime friends judge and prosecutor shop. Whistle blowers get the shopping process too, except instead of getting a soft landing with influence, the influential barbecue the innocent that get in the way.

Sullivan delayed the announcement of a decision that Judges would operate even more in secret and be even less accountable. The author was Judge Zarella and Sullivan did not want that Judge not to not get the top slot just because he is a public and Constitution abuser.

Look at Sullivan's body language. What an arrogant piece of work. He is testifying in front of the Connecticut Judiciary Committee Legislators. It is not like court where a defendant can be held in contempt when they ignore a subpoena to appear.

Sullivan had his buddy judges take a case on how he didn't have testify in front of the legislature as he as a Judge, felt he was above giving any respect to a Co-branch of government, an equal co-branch.

If there was really justice in America William J. Sullivan would be arrested, tried, and hopefully have to serve jail time.

If you acted this arrogant in court as does Connecticut Chief Justice William J. Sullivan, wouldn't you expect to be held in contempt and jailed?

No one should be above the law. Abolish Judicial Immunity. Judges allow corruption and the fleecing of the people by being corrupt and fleecing the public.

It is time to end the free for all for officials, police, judges, and sociopaths like George W. Bush.


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