The Urban Dictionary at www.urbandictionary.com defines "pull your card" as: "2. pull your card- to call you out when you're bull shitting or lying." When a United States District Judges gets caught bull shitting or lying he needs to have his or her card pulled. Now, just because I resort to the Urban Dictionary, and or use what we think of as "Urban Terms," stay with me because I will do my best to tie this all together, and I pray that all will see why this approach is necessary.
My first premise is to eliminate the two variations of the law that Judge Noel L. Hillman attempts to perpetrate. By his own hand he has set forth that the New Jersey Casino Control Act is applicable to the New Jersey Casino industry, and it is valid statutory law that he is aware of, as evidenced within the 8th paragraph of "Basis in Fact & Law For Recusal (part I)."
I have also shared with you that Judge Noel L. Hillman has refused to take mandatory judicial notice of valid persuasive case law, as set forth within the first two "bullet points" of the 10th paragraph of "Bent of Mind Leads to Straight Injustice." I have further shown that this judge knew of and received the same documentary proofs, that the State of New Jersey has not been able to produce a validly executed warrant signed by NJ State Trooper Mark Kosko, as set forth within "Details of A Non-Existing Warrant Tells All," at paragraph 4 (c).
The above are just three key issues showing that Judge Noel L. Hillman is attempting to fool the public and proselytize this plaintiff, like he is doing to Magistrate Judge Karen M. Williams. Yet this plaintiff will not fall for this nor allow his (Judge Hillman's) "self-serving" opinion of Sept. 27, 2010 stand, as it in essence says that it is okay for NJ State Trooper's to carry-out racial profiling on the casino floors of New Jersey's gaming halls.
No member of the public should accept this so called indoctrination into Judge Hillmans separatist administration of the law. The excerpt from "The Mis-Education of the Negro, by Carter Godwin Woodson, Ph.D." at page 4, puts it best when it says:
"No systematic effort toward change has been possible, for, taught the same economics, history, philosophy, literature and religion which have established the present code of morals, the Negro's mind has been brought under the control of his oppressor. The problem of holding the Negro down, therefore, is easily solved. When you control a man's thinking you do not have to worry about his actions. You do not have to tell him not to stand here or go yonder. He will find his "proper place" and will stay in it. You do not need to send him to the back door. He will go without being told. In fact, if there is no back door, he will cut one for his special benefit. His education makes it necessary."
Citizens of this nation submit to the laws as they expect that the Constitution of the United States of America will grant them equal protection of the laws. I, nor should you allow Judge Noel L. Hillman to control your thinking, and hold you down when the laws are supposed to be written so that a person of average intellect can understand them. Judge Hillman can not tell me that I can not stand on the law that says that if there are issues in dispute a jury should decide them. All have seen that Harrah's Hotel and Casino, and the other defendants have denied each and every averment of the prevailing "Third Amended Complaint," as shown within "Answers Disputing Allegations = Issues for Trial," and "Aiding and Abetting From the Bench."
When this nation reaches a point where there is liberty and justice for all, there will be no need for a so-called race card, nor will a judges card have to be pulled. There will be an even meting of justice regardless of religion or race. But until that day comes, actions such as those exhibited by Judge Noel L. Hillman make the discourse between the people harder to initiate, and our differences to be overcome.
Case in point, look at what the internet is accomplishing. Never before has there been a venue wherein the most powerful group, the youth, can come together and discuss the differences between the so-called races. Take one posting I found on www.isitnormal.com. There was one post titled "I hate the Way Black people Talk," which garnered numerous comment's, but visit this site, and you will feel the outreach. As an African-American I agreed with my fellow African-American commenters, and as an "Ole Head" I was proud of my younger brother's and sisters ability to express themselves and give a representation of our people that anyone could respect.
From the first day of writing this blog I have attempted to "Kick-it-wit Flava," so that all may take interest in learning the law as I have, and I am quite sure that there are members of all races, economic strata, and educational backgrounds that have nothing but respect for this blog, as I keep it 100, (that’s truthful for the totally detached), and the only card I am attempting to play is the trump card of equal justice for all. Ask any law student or lawyer to confirm if this is a matter of public concern that I am bringing to light? [Go ahead I'll wait...]
But, as the headline states, I will not hesitate, bite my tongue, tip-toe, nor lie when it comes to pulling this judges card. Ask Judge Noel L. Hillman, and he will have to tell you that I have said from day one that:
[Scroll to page 3 of Third Amended Complaint]
Illegality normally seeks cover, but conspirators may act openly or not, as best suits their purpose. Plaintiff will show that those involved herein operated under the guise of openness, to present an illusion of authority, to conceal the illegality of their constitutional and state statutory violations, as well as what can be labeled as criminal activity.
The defendants objective was and still is the unlawful denial of access to public accommodations, taking and/or granting the casino industry an unfair advantage to the privileges granted by N.J.A.C. 19:45-1.37C, and concealment of the casino industries State issued license to commit theft through the use of laws drafted and designed with the intent to grant said unfair advantage and provide immunity to said casino licensee’s.
To affect their customary scheme, the cohorts resort to: Racial profiling; discrimination; false arrest; kidnapping; coercion; denial of access to the Courts and violation of the State of New Jersey Rules of Court. The cohorts will also violate the provisions of the Constitution of the United States of America by denying individuals their liberty; right to acquire and possess property; right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure, equal protection of State and Federal laws and promulgating laws that are contrary to the United States Constitutional Amendment XIV Section 1.
Discipline may be needed for a secret conspiracy in order to keep it secret. The thrust of conspiracy, however, is in the agreement for joint action, not in the method of accomplishing it.
Scalesv. United States, 367 U.S. 203, 225 81S. Ct. 1469, 2484 (1961). The “General principle is that society having the power to punish dangerous behavior cannot be powerless against those who work to bring about the behavior.” The band of cohorts operates contrary to this holding to instill a sense that one cannot oppose the casino industry and win. This is only due to the industries hold on the economy of the State and its influence on the Judiciary of New Jersey in Atlantic County.
It is not difficult to visualize conspirators whose basic ends are plainly illegal, but who color them in order to obtain needed support of others, innocent and well intentioned, by adding lawful and popular objects.
The above has been the introduction to my complaint from day one. Today I ask you the viewer, will you utilize your power, or pretend to be powerless against those corrupting the court and destroying our confidence in its impartiality? Race has noting to do with it from this side of the bench and once more the only card to be pulled is that of Judge Noel L. Hillman.
Thank You, Continue to tell a friend or two.
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