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NY. Federal Courts accused of complete destruction of records, evidence and extensive tampering of ECF Docket

June 24, 2011


In a landmark case and petition to the Highest Court in America – a question is asked . . .

What happens to a country when the Courts and Judges become corrupt and ignore the law?

What happens when leading scholars refer to Circuit Court decisions as “Shenanigans”?

What happens to a country when its citizens can no longer trust or take recourse with the Courts?

What happens when Justice becomes an illusion and the Courts and Judges are destroying records and tampering with evidence?

Below are excerpts from a PETITION FOR A WRIT OF CERTIORARI to the SUPREME COURT showing how broken the system is.

Petitioners believe that the extreme nature of the documentary evidence provided in the Appendix herein provides a casebook study, if not a microcosm of the ongoing destruction of the fabric of this nation’s judicial system as the final arbiter of the rights of the citizenry and all those who come to the courts for preservation of its most sacred constitutional rights. We believe that the malfeasance in this case is by no means isolated. We surmise that it is the worst example of the total deprivation of due process seen in the history of American courts.

Petitioners and their counsel promptly reported the docket tampering and file destruction in writing, certified mail to the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York, the Chief Clerks of the Eastern District of New York and Second Circuit, the magistrate and judge assigned to the case, all defendants and defense counsel, the Nassau County District Attorney, the New York State Comptroller and Attorney General, and the New York State and federal Grievance Committees, the New York State Judiciary Committee, the FBI, the United States Senate and House Judiciary Committees, PACER, Inc., the United States Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, and the United States Office of Court Records (OCR), for mandated action pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 1734 and 1735, to no avail.

In late 1776, New York attorney John Jay reminded the people of New York that “you and all men are created free, and . . . it is therefore . . . the duty of every man, to oppose and repel all those, by whatever name or title distinguished, who prostitute the powers of Government to destroy the happiness and freedom of the people over whom they may be appointed to rule.” Hershkowitz and Klein, ed., Courts and Law in Early New York, Selected Essays 100 (National University Publications, KenniKat Press 1978).

Justice Scalia recently reminded us that “the principal purpose of this Court’s jurisdiction is to clarify the law.” Caperton v. Massey Coal Co., Inc., 556 U.S. 1, 17, 129 S. Ct. 2252, 2274 (2009). This Court’s central mission has always been to preserve the integrity of the judicial system and society’s reliance on the system.


Ask any American who has been to Court lately.

You’re better off going to Vegas than taking a chance on actually getting Justice in the Courts

READ THE FULL Chesney Petition for Certiorari to Supreme Court


If you agree the American Judicial system is broken, please write in. 

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