- He never seems to miss the rake
I hereby dub Obama-holdover/Federal Prosecutor David J. D’Addio (pronounced dee-add-dee-oh) with the name “Sideshow D’Addio.” You see, just like The Simpsons character Sideshow Bob, voiced by Kelsey Grammer, Sideshow D’Addio apparently considers himself to be the pinnacle of refined sophistication, giant clown shoes notwithstanding.
As he’d probably be the first to tell you himself, Sideshow D’Addio graduated cum laude from Yale, he lectures at Boston University, and just like his equally idiotic and malevolent cartoon counterpart, despite his obvious evil deeds against children, he can’t seem to comprehend how anyone can view him as the bad guy. Neither can this at-best semi-competent real life judicial circuis act seem to avoid stepping on a rake when it’s laid directly in his path.
Case-in-point: This affidavit which Sideshow D’Addio recently filed in an apparent effort to convince himself that federal Magistrate Judge Marianne, a.k.a. “Mimi,” Bowler didn’t break federal law by failing to recuse herself from my case despite stunningly obvious conflicts of interest.
As you can see above, Sideshow D’Addio actually put it on the record that Judge Mimi was appointed to the Board of Directors of The Boston Foundation by the federal court itself. And there are several things wrong with that.
But first, anyone isn’t familiar with the travesty of a “case” which Sideshow D’Addio has been trying to bring against me should watch this Infowars clip for some background:
Now, it was bad enough that Judge Mimi didn’t recuse herself from my case even though she was the director of The Boston Foundation, which gives money to both Boston Children’s Hospital and the Wayside Youth and Family Support Network – the two organizations which each tortured a young girl who Sideshow D’Addio and Judge Mimi in turn imprisoned me without bail or trial for defending. Nearly any reasonable person would consider that alone a breach of 28 U.S.C. § 455(a), which requires that, “Any justice, judge, or magistrate judge of the United States shall disqualify himself [or herself] in any proceeding in which his [or her] impartiality might reasonably be questioned.”
However, the heaviest face-smacking rake on which Sideshow D’Addio has stepped so far is that it was the court itself which appointed Judge Mimi to that role at The Boston Foundation in the first place. Thus, in his hopeless effort to justify Judge Mimi’s previously unjustifiable behavior, Sideshow D’Addio demonstrated that it’s not just her who is compromised, but the entire federal District Court in Boston, since as an organization it appointed/appoints its own judges to a fundraising body that donates money to Justina’s torturers.
And that’s not all. According to Cannon 4 of Published Ethics Advisory Opinions (Guide, Vol. 2B, Ch. 2) Judges aren’t supposed to “…personally participate in fund-raising activities, solicit funds for any organization, or use or permit the use of the prestige of judicial office for that purpose.” Yet, take a look at the program below from the Boston Foundation’s 100th Anniversary Gala “Dinner” (and likely fundraiser), more specifically and importantly though, look at how Judge Mimi is listed:
So, how do you spell the noise from Sideshow Bob below?
Of course, on top of her court-appointed role at The Boston Foundation, there are also other reasons which required Judge Mimi to remove herself from my case, which you can read about in this article from a December print edition of The New American magazine, or this article from The Daily Wire or this article from Red State. And I wondered why I couldn’t get a prompt bail hearing, as required by The Bail Reform Act from Judge Nathaniel M. Gorton following my filing for such on April 20th – more than a month ago…
The Public Information Officer for the District of Massachusetts did not immediately return requests for comment regarding the District Court’s role at the Boston Foundation and its potential impact on Marty’s right to a speedy fair public trial.