- “What chance of justice do everyday citizens have…?”
- Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer oversees the federal courts in New England under the Judicial Conduct Act. (Public domain)
FreeMartyG is publishing the contents of this letter from Marty Gottesfeld to Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, asking Justice Breyer to exercise his oversight authority over Boston’s federal courthouse.
Gottesfeld’s letter is likely familiar topic matter for his regular readers. There is a lot of apparent judicial corruption which seems to have tainted his case. For background on the case in general, please see the below clip from InfoWars and/or this Rolling Stone feature or this widely-syndicated article by Michelle Malkin.
For background on the apparently widespread and rampant problem of corruption amongst a large number of judges in America, please see this article in the Guardian from October 2015 by Peter S. Green and John Mazor.
And for background on the apparent judicial corruption central to Gottesfeld’s letter please see any of the following:
World Net Daily:
The New American:
Under the Judicial Conduct Act, each U.S. Supreme Court Justice is assigned a portion of the nation’s federal courts to oversee and Boston is part of the U.S. Court of Appeals for The First Circuit, which has been assigned to Justice Breyer. To see which Justice oversees a particular part of the country, click here for a map of the federal appellate circuits and then click here for a full list of such Supreme Court oversight assignments.
Another interesting aspect to watch going forward will be to see if Justice Breyer recuses himself from handling this matter due to his wife’s work history.