DAVID vs GOLIATH aka SONYA BRAXTON vs THE STATE OF GEORGIA GOV.

SONYA BRAXTON vs GEORGIA DCA AND GEORGIA DOAS, ET AL

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AUGUST 12, 2011 7:18AM

PUBLIC CORRUPTION: WHEN THOSE IN POWER ABUSE THEIR POWER

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There is a little know secret about public officials who abuse power.

More times than not they never face discipline for their illegal actions. I would know I have been fighting to expose abuse of power by a state of Georgia agency since 2009. I have been fighting to expose a corrupt federal judge since 2010. So I took things into my own hands and have gone public with every audio, every email, every document, and every photo, to show you how out of control public officials in Georgia from state agencies to the federal courts have become. They are drunk with power and need sobering up!

HERE IS MY OPEN SALON PAGE SHOWING ACTUAL PROOF IN AUDIO'S AND DOCUMENTS OF HOW THE 11TH CIRCUIT AND STATE OF GEORGIA AGENCIES HAVE RUN AMUCK WITH CORRUPTION, AND THE CORRUPTION IS BEING COVERED UP BY THE FEDERAL COURTS IN GEORGIA!

 

In an article title "Secrecy of chief federal judges questioned | Houston & Texas News | Chron.com - Houston Chronicle" you will see just how much of a virus this corruption is and what needs to be done about it. Below are excerpts from that article:

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/metropolitan/6793055.html 

  

"MISCONDUCT COMPLAINTS NATIONWIDE

• 3,357: Number of misconduct complaints filed nationwide between fiscal years 2003 and 2008.

• 98 percent: Complaints dismissed.

• 2 percent: Concluded with apologies, corrective actions or events

• Less than 1 percent: Referred to a special investigating committee

• 4: Number of judges formally disciplined.

Source: Houston Chronicle analysis

PROPOSED CHANGES

Experts and politicians have suggested several measures to improve accountability in federal judicial misconduct reviews, including:

Creating an inspector general who reports to the U.S. Supreme Court chief justice.

Establishing disciplinary committees or specially trained ombudsmen, instead of relying on busy chief judges.

Changing laws to make more disciplinary documents public, including complaints, investigative reports, judges' responses, and hearing records after complaints are verified.

Posting all decisions on the Internet. Four out of 12 circuit courts already do; others are available only at the circuits' courthouses.."

"Just 12 chief federal judges wield almost exclusive power over secret misconduct investigations of more than 2,000 fellow jurists — though some have themselves been accused of botching reviews or committing ethical blunders, according to a Houston Chronicle review.

At least four current or former chief circuit judges have been the subject of recent high-profile complaints about their behavior; one posted photos of naked women painted to look like cows and other graphic images on his publicly accessible Web site; another manipulated the outcome of a vote in a death penalty case.

Not one faced formal discipline.

Nationwide, the integrity of the federal judicial misconduct system relies heavily on chief judges. Each oversees complaints — more than 6,000 in the last 10 years — against all circuit, district, senior, bankruptcy and magistrate judges in multi-state regions called circuits.

Third Circuit Chief Judge Anthony Scirica, who is also chairman of the executive committee of the Judicial Conference of the United States, told the Chronicle, “The federal judiciary takes its ethical responsibilities with the utmost seriousness. Every misconduct complaint is carefully reviewed.”

He was the only chief circuit judge who directly responded to Chronicle requests for comment, though other circuits' staff replied.

In seven circuits, according to the Chronicle analysis, supervising judges took no public disciplinary action at all in the last decade, meaning not a single federal judge faced any sanctions in 29 states with more than 875 full-time federal judges, despite thousands of complaints.

Defenders of the system, like Scott Gant, a Washington, D.C.-based attorney, argue that under-enforcement is a small price to pay for strong federal judges.

“That's the nature of the system — anytime you have a group investigate itself. But if we want to have an independent judiciary, I think we have to accept that,” he said."



Read more of the article here: http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/metropolitan/6793055.html#ixzz1UoQUDRe1

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