Friday, January 20, 2012

Clerk of Court can Rubber Stamp or Initiate (JSHIT)

Stayed up all night organizing so that all my reasonable viewers would have all the facts.  Now that we have all the pieces to the puzzle, we can examine some Judicial Stealthy Hubristic Tactics (JSHIT) in the United States State's District Court for the District of New Jersey, Camden.

First of all, as with any profession, whether they be a public servant or a private caregiver, there are good ones, and bad one.  Agreed?  The U.S.D.N.J. Court Clerk's Office in Camden has good clerk's and bad ones.  Trust me I've had dealings with the good ones and the bad.  But you know what?  I must share this with you.  I think that the bad ones fall victim to the desire to please.  Remember "Clerks" are judicial officers that perform mostly ministerial duties pursuant to the rules of the court.

So if their duties are not discretionary, the first requirement would appear to be that each clerk know the rules that guide their duties and functions within the court.  One such rule is Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 5 (d) (2) How Filing is Made--In General.  A paper is filed by delivering it: (A) to the clerk: or (B) to a judge who agrees to accept it for filing, and who must then note the filing date on the paper and promptly send it to the clerk.

Just like "Star Wars," in a time long ago, the clerk of the court in the U.S.D.N.J., had a system and or set of procedures that appeared to be most effective, as to the recording of the date and time that we, members of the public filed documents in that court.  I can document this procedure for you as I have filed documents within this court during the transitions of the procedures.  I will presume that the majority of the viewers are familiar with timely-ness and statute of limitations, which are greatly affected by the time and date of a filing.

During my interactions with this court during the period between May 15, 2008 through May 24, 2010 it appeared to me that a competent system was in place for the filing of my documents with this court.  [See Date Stamps from 5/15/08 to 1/18/2010]  However, as of my filing of 8/25/2010 I noted the removal of the time clock.  The same was replaced with a  hand stamp that over time revealed that all my documents were being stamped as received at "8:30___M."  I have never been in that court building at 8:30AM and it is closed to the public at 8:30PM.
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You be the Judge, would you feel comfortable if all of your court records were rubber stamped 8:30__M, and not reflecting the actual time documents are being filed.  Would you tend to infer that this would leave a lot of room for the manipulation of the exact time a document is filed.  We have all seen the time clocks that you insert papers or a time card in to receive a date stamp.  Which do you feel could be used for back dating the easiest, the time clock or the hand stamp?
This Hmm?

 If you had some (JSHIT)  to do, requiring manipulation of the date and time a document was received which would you choose, the time clock or the hand stamp.  These are just the facts, you be the judge.
Check back often as I will be dishing out all the facts and documentary proofs supporting my averments as the ring leaders have circled their wagons and taken aim. Tell as many friends so that we may circle the globe to end this injustice. 

 Thank You, and see you real soon! The Casino Gaming Oracle!

Black History Month 2012 reigns in and all still do not have equal protection of the laws and meaningful access to the Courts of these United States of America.

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