Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Cebull #1, Hillman #195 (Bush Appointments) part: 2

Within "Cebull #1, Hillman #195 (Bush Appointments)" I introduced you to the fact that former President George W. Bush's first nomination to a United States District Court was Richard F. Cebull.  By now we are familiar with what the recent events have revealed about this first draft pick so to speak.

The headline above also includes the former president's 195th appointment, Noel L. Hillman.  Some will say that any further postings by me on this judge would just be pouring salt on his open wounds.  I beg to differ, for injustice is like a wart, left untreated it hardens and grows.

Bush's first pick was caught disseminating racially offensive emails to his, as I term "good ole boy's and girl's network."  Bush's 195th pick is a little bit more sneaky and appears to be a bit more sophisticated.  In past postings I have shared with you several instances of this judges "Judicial Stealthy Hubristic Injustice Tactic's" (JSHIT).  For those just joining in, here are a few by title:

My main reason for bring these two judges to your attention, is to show you how their hubris has allowed them to become careless to the point of exposing themselves.  The first pick never expected the joke, as he now calls it, to be released to the public. Hmm? Maybe one of his own became offended by this so called joke and spawned his exposure. Hmm?
 Be fore warned I will get long-winded here, but please stay with me, and I will show you how judicial corruption festers within the courts.  I say festers because, if you were to ask any lawyer, he or she would confirm that this bunch take an oath to be self-governed by their own morals, and the Rules of Professional Conduct. Trust me they don't tend to tell on each other until one really pisses-off another one then (JSHIT) hits the fan and the newspapers.

Judge Noel L. Hillman, like any other lawyer, took an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America.  President George W. Bush nominated him to the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.  This man was not nominated and seated on the bench to be New Jersey's Casino industry's gatekeeper, and or insurance policy against liability under section 1983. But…

This man, Noel L. Hillman restricts equal protection of the laws by becoming a treasonous "liar" just as the "liars for hire" he conspires with, that are hired by Harrah's Hotel and Casino Atlantic City.  If you will indulge me and give me your time I will show you by his own hand, as he wrote the opinion now before the public and fronting as decisional law.

Hickson v Marina Associates, 743 F.Supp.2d 362 (2010) has been released for all to see.  But the lies and violations of the law are well hidden by this judge. Lets take a look like we have not done in the past.  One clicking the link to this opinion will find that page 367 hold:

"In May 2008, Hickson filed his original complaint in this Court. Subsequently, he amended his complaint multiple times. Hickson finally filed his third amended complaint in December 2009. That same month, he filed his Motion for Summary Judgment. In March 2010, he submitted a "Renewed/Supplemental" Motion for Summary Judgment. The Casino defendants and the State defendants cross-moved for summary judgment in April 2010, respectively.[4]"

Note that the above paragraph concludes with the reference to footnote [4].  I will show you what footnote [4] says here:

[4] Most recently, on August 25, 2010, Hickson filed a verified complaint and "Order to Show Cause with Preliminary Injunction." The submission appears to reiterate the allegations and arguments already propounded by Hickson in his complaints, his "Brief in Support of Complaint," his motions for summary judgment, and his oppositions to defendants' motions. It is worth noting, however, that the operative complaint in this case remains Hickson's third amended complaint. Nevertheless, this latest submission does not alter the Court's conclusions in this Opinion. The Court further stresses that, even accepting Hickson's averments as if they were set forth in an affidavit, only those facts to which Hickson has personal knowledge may be considered as true. See Fed.R.Civ.P. 56(e)(1) ("A supporting or opposing affidavit must be made on personal knowledge, set out facts that would be admissible in evidence, and show that the affiant is competent to testify on the matters stated."); Mosley v. City of Pittsburgh Pub. Sch. Dist., 2009 WL 2948519, at *1, 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 81174, at *4 (W.D.Pa. Sept. 8, 2009) (explaining that "[s]tatements in affidavits made only on belief or on information and belief may not be considered in support of or in opposition to summary judgment" and that "courts routinely grant motions to strike affidavits that are based upon `belief' or `information and belief,' or which contain conclusory language, vague assertions, gross speculation and inferences" (citation omitted)).

Now, if you will stay with me on this, and I hate to come across as if I'm begging you too, but I promise that from the paragraph above, which ends with the reference to footnote [4], I will show you what a liar this judge is and how he blatantly ignores the Constitution, and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. 

The first lie to show you is easy, because we have covered that issue in detail in a past posting. That lie is in reference to the filing of the "Third Amended Complaint" in civil action 08-cv-02407, which was filed on August 18, 2009.  You can click this link to "Aiding and Abetting From the Bench (part II)," and you will learn the details of the filing of this complaint.

I've asked for a lot, so I'll close this post and continue next time.  If you are reading this post on 3/6/2012, be further advised that Judge Noel L. Hillman's response to the motion to recuse himself, that you will also see when you click the above link, is now 14 day's over due.  Please get all the facts, tell a friend or two and join me right here later.

Thank You,
The Casino Gaming Oracle!

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