Tuesday, December 20, 2011

$$_Atlantic City Casinos Forces (JSHIT) Up Judicial Mountain

 (Atlantic City, NJ)- But for Judge Bruce Weeks violation of Knight v Margate and New Jersey's Conflict of Interest Laws, U.S. District Judge Noel L. Hillman would not be forced to try and conceal their ruse whereby, Atlantic City Casinos' unlawfully bar and evict patrons from the casinos.

As presented in "$_Atlantic City Casinos influence throughout the State of NJ" Knight v Margate, 86 N.J. 374, prohibits an Atlantic City Municipal Court Judge from dealing in matters of the Atlantic City Casinos'.  That posting further revealed that NJAC19:48-1.5 (a) (2) say that it is within the jurisdiction of the Superior Court of New Jersey to excluding such person from a casino.  As you can see the Atlantic City Municipal Court further violates the Casino Control Act and Uston v Resorts stating that "The Commission alone has the authority to exclude patrons based upon their strategies for playing licensed casino games. Any common law right Resorts may have had to exclude Uston for these reasons is abrogated by the act."

Now you can see that the City of Atlantic City is helping the (JSHIT) to be pushed up the judicial mountain as the Atlantic City Council addressed documents that Judge Noel L Hillman claims to have dismissed on November 30, 2011.   One might say well if you filed a complaint naming Bruce Weeks as a party to the complaint the City of Atlantic City was supposed to notice the complaint. Please do not be fooled by their Judicial Hubristic Injustice Tactics (JSHIT).

On November 17, 2011 Bruce Weeks did receive a copy of civil action 11-cv-06304, and a Request for Waiver of Summons.  Delivery was confirmed online by the United States Postal Service. (Click to see copy of Track and Confirm Notice) One week and six days after Bruce Weeks receives the complaint non-party co-conspirator Noel Hillman writes Order claiming to dismiss the action. (See Opinion dated and signed by non-party co-conspirator Hillman on 11/30/2011)

Twenty days after Bruce Weeks received the complaint the City of Atlantic City placed it on the City Council's Final Agenda.  This act takes place exactly seven days after Hillmans purported dismissal of a case he can not preside over. Hmm?  But I am not surprised because they all knew that the other defendants waiver of Summons were dated November 4, 2011 (See bottom Track and Confirm Notice to Mouro) and they were required to return this waiver within 30 days from that date, so what do they do, of course they ask the judge that knows he's sitting on the case fraudulently, to buy them some time with an a gratia dismissal. Hmm?  Smell like (JSHIT)#6 to me. What do you think?

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