Subject: How you can contribute to exposing judges’ wrongdoing in light of Offshore Leaks’ revelations of financial wrongdoing
From: "Richard Cordero" <firstname.lastname@example.org>Corrupt
Date: Sun, May 12, 2013
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How You Can Contribute To Exposing Judges’ Wrongdoing In Light Of Offshore Leaks’ Revelations Of Financial Wrongdoing
1. What Offshore Leaks are and how tax evasion and money laundering harm all of us
Offshore Leaks are the leak of 2.5 million financial files on 260GB of data to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, headquartered at the Center for Public Integrity in Washington, D.C., and its report thereon, released last April 3. They reveal how more than 120,000 offshore companies and trusts in 170 countries manage between $21-32 trillion in private financial assets. These include the trillions that transit through places with tax haven status and complaisant authorities and that are involved in tax evasion and money laundering. Such crimes are committed by private persons and public officers, all wealthy, some shady too, using layers of anonymity, secrecy, and false declarations with the assistance of a host of bankers, lawyers, accountants, and other professionals with a lot of knowledge and not so many scruples;
Tax evasion and money laundering aggravate the deficit and spread criminality and official corruption. They harm both the government and the public.
2. Thanks to their Offshore Leaks expertise, the Investigative Journalists can expose federal judges’ financial wrongdoing
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists have exposed the financial wrongdoing of very powerful public officers and institutions. They have shown commitment to public integrity and transparency. During their Offshore Leaks investigation, they developed unique *Follow the money! * techniques, software, insights, and contacts. They are now particularly well-qualified to expose the participation of also federal judges in financial wrongdoing, whether off- or onshore. This can lead to the exposure of the judges’ non-financial wrongdoing too.
Wrongdoing of any nature committed by judges corrupts them, their judiciary, and their administration of justice. It constitutes a denial of the fundamental due process right to appear before a fair and impartial court: A judge that is foremost concerned with not being caught for her wrongdoing will disregard the law to safeguard that interest to the detriment of both litigants and the rest of the public, who is also affected by the precedential effect of her decisions.
Judges’ financial wrongdoing only renders more likely their non-financial,
jur:5§3, wrongdoing and vice-versa, because a person who does wrong in one aspect of her life and gets away with it feels more confident in, and greater pressure to cover it up by, doing wrong in any other aspect. Both types of judges’ wrongdoing benefit from the same enabling circumstances;
Moreover, just as felons are not allowed on juries given their demonstrated lack of respect for the law, wrongdoing judges must not be allowed to remain on the bench.
3. A study of judges’ wrongdoing based on their official “leaks”
I have researched and written the study Exposing Judges' Unaccountability and Consequent Riskless Wrongdoing:* *Pioneering the news and publishing field of judicial unaccountability reporting; jur:1.
The study is based on official files of federal judges, such as their statistics, id. >jur:10-14, writings[ii], and annual financial disclosure reports that they must file, 65fn107d, publicly, 105fn213a.
Those files contain evidence of the judges’ means, motive, and opportunity, 21§§1-3, to engage in wrongdoing coordinated among themselves and between them and insiders, 81fn169, of the legal and bankruptcy systems, including tax evasion and laundering the proceeds of a bankruptcy fraud scheme run by both the judges and the insiders, 65§§1-3.
In fact, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Politico suspected a federal circuit judge nominated to the Supreme Court, Then-Judge, Now-Justice, Sotomayor, of concealment of assets, 65fn107a-c, only to kill their stories inexplicably, xviii.
4. How the Federal Judiciary has become a safe haven for wrongdoing
The Offshore Leaks files show that those who are liable to investigation and exposure nevertheless engage massively in tax evasion and money laundering. By contrast, judges are in effect shielded from any investigation, let alone exposure, by the tax and money authorities under the control and influence of the politicians who recommended, nominated, and confirmed them as judges, jur:81§1. It follows that judges are likely, if not more likely, to engage in such financial wrongdoing too.
Wrongdoing spreads infectiously to those who see it succeed. Success breeds fear of missing out on its benefits and envy of those who enjoy them. Partaking in it has a fee: coordination and reciprocal cover-ups. They make wrongdoers unaccountable, 21§a, and confer impunity on their wrongdoing. They make it a common affair: everybody’s business, one ever more
effective, riskless, and beneficial, 60§§f-g.
Doing wrong turns progressively more difficult to resist while participating in, and tolerating, it are rendered easier to rationalize. Thus, it grows routine to commit and too self-incriminating to oppose, 90§§b-d. Gradually but inevitably, unaccountability allows wrongdoers to make wrongdoing their institutionalized modus operandi, 44fn69.
Through this psychological and pragmatic process, judges have turned the Federal Judiciary into a safe haven for wrongdoing, 49§4.
5. My proposal to the Investigative Journalists of Offshore Leaks and your contribution to their accepting it and exposing wrongdoing judges
I have proposed to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists that they and I jointly publish the verifiable facts, 21§§A-B<http://judicial-discipline-reform.org/OL/DrRCordero-Honest_Jud_Advocates.pdf>, of federal judges’ wrongdoing already stated in my study, 98§2, and further pursue their leads through investigation, 102§4, connected to Offshore Leaks
Thus, I respectfully request that you, in your and the public interest, email at the addresses below to the Investigative Journalists to a) support (i) my proposal and (ii) my offer to make a presentation of it to them; and that you c) encourage your associates after sharing with them this email to send their own supportive emails or cosign yours; cf. a&p:27.
6. The benefit for you from supporting the proposal to the Offshore Leaks Investigative Journalists
Your support can help the OL Journalists, and through them the rest of the media, to shake free of the fear, xlviii, of judges, as not even judges can take on all journalists at the same time, 100§3, lest they betray their wrongful motive and abuse of power to retaliate.
Your support can also have a reformative and enduring impact on the public, the media, and the Judiciary by prompting the pioneering of the news and publishing field of judicial unaccountability reporting, 1§Introduction.
By so doing, you can earn the merit of having contributed to sparking the development, which recent precedent shows realistic, of a civic movement that demands, not the reduction of taxes as the TEA Party does, but rather an increase in judicial integrity that brings about progress in securing *We the People*’s right to Equal Justice Under Law, 166§d.
In addition, your support for my proposal to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists can set in motion a trend for other people abroad to follow –as they have done so many other developments in our society and pop culture– where their countries’ unaccountable judges also engage in wrongdoing risklessly.
7. Email addresses for you to express your support
You can email the Journalists to support my offer to make a presentation, 171§F, to them of the joint publication and investigation proposal, 98§§2-4, and its related multidisciplinary academic and business venture, 119§E, which may also interest you, to:
ICIJ Director Gerard Ryle: firstname.lastname@example.org
ICIJ Deputy Director Marina Walker: email@example.com
the ICIJ journalists: firstname.lastname@example.org
CPI Director Bill Buzenberg: email@example.com
I look forward to hearing from you.
Take action and* dare trigger history! *dcc:11
Dr. Richard Cordero, Esq.
Judicial Discipline Reform
*Ph.D., University of Cambridge, England 59
Crescent St., Brooklyn, NY 11208*
*M.B.A., University of Michigan Business School
D.E.A., La Sorbonne, Paris
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