Within the posting entitled "Absolute Immunity via Recusal," I shared with you that: "Earl Hickson and Markland Grant have filed a ten page "28 U.S.C.A. § 1746 Declaration of Bias or Prejudice and Motion for Recusal of U.S.D.J. Noel L. Hillman and U.S.M.J. Karen M. Williams. (What is 28 USCA § 1746) Within 33 minutes of receiving the motion, amazingly the court was able to docket a hearing date of 2/21/2012. The average person would be impressed and say "wow what an efficient and speedy bunch of judicial officer." Not!"
February 21, 2012, was nine days ago today, March 1, 2012. I can only guess that Judge Noel L. Hillman has finally decided to follow decisional case law in civil action 11-cv-06304, by conforming to Cooey v. Strickland, 479 F. 3d 412,425 holding: "While justice delayed may be justice denied, prompt injustice is not the answer." Haitian Refugee Ctr. v. Smith, 676 F.2d 1023, 1040 n. 43 (5th Cir.1982) (emphasis added)."
By delaying any action on the plaintiff's motion that he (Judge Noel L. Hillman) and Magistrate Judge Karen M. Williams recuse themselves, this judge further exhibits an affinity to recognize that the holdings of Christianson v. Colt Industries Operating Corp., 486 US 800 are applicable, when this case holds: "A court has the power to revisit prior decisions of its own or of a coordinate court in any circumstance, although as a rule courts should be loathe to do so in the absence of extraordinary circumstances such as where the initial decision was "clearly erroneous and would work a manifest injustice." Arizona v.California, supra, at 618, n. 8 (citation omitted)."
Please, do not allow yourselves to think like the plaintiff's for as you know Judge Noel L. Hillman say's that "Hickson lacks personal knowledge," and now so do you. You see Judge Hillman appears to follow the words of Carter G. Woodson, "The Mis-Education of the Negro" at page 3/94 where he states: "The mere imparting of information is not education."
Now I don't know about you, but I took offence to his attack on my intellect, as my great-grandmother instilled in me early that I was not to grow up to be a fool. Yet his (Judge Noel L. Hillman's) delay, whether it be out of prudence, stubbornness, or recalcitrance, his two opinions attempting to dismiss two valid and well pleaded civil actions make him to appear to be the oxymoron. [You catch my drift and of that you have personal knowledge]
I've always had personal knowledge of the phrase "A hard head makes a soft ass," could it be that the word recalcitrance was just two big of a word for African-American parents to tell their children. Then again they would have had to put it in the proper context and we would have something to the effect of, "a recalcitrant ass has a hard head." Hmm?
So, here we are nine days after the "oxymoronic" judge has failed to deliver "prompt injustice" and or continues to delay justice by his repentance and stepping down from all matters involving Earl Hickson and Markland Grant.
Thank You for waiting with me,
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