Many in Santa Cruz, California refer to Commissioner, Irwin H. Joseph as, “Junk Justice Joseph.” On a local forum his many errors, omissions and habits are discussed, the details striking the reader as simple sloppiness.
Those who complain about the rulings coming from Joseph also note that he seems completely ignorant of the Constitution, ignoring the rights secured to individuals through the documents that, presumably, every American should understand. In a recent case involving the rights of the homeless in Santa Cruz Joseph ignored the law suit brought by local civil rights attorneys Paul Sanford and Kate Wells announcing that he had, “made up his mind,” regarding the rights of homeless to free expression, ignoring the previous opinion of the appeal court.
That issue was thrown into high visibility in Santa Cruz when one homeless man, Robert Wagner, died sitting up in his wheelchair, unable to lay down and so save his own life. While the onlooker is tempted to lay all of the blame on Irwin Joseph that is a condemnation that should be more carefully apportioned.
Irwin Joseph is only a Commissioner. The role of commissioner has been described by one judge slightly south of Santa Cruz as, “a rent a cop; sort of like comparing real police to the guy who walks around the parking lot.” Additionally, Irwin Joseph, formerly a real estate attorney, has no oath on file at the Courthouse, unlike those elected to judgeships. This was ascertained just today. All other such officials had their oaths on file. Without that oath, signed and dated, the person on the bench is outside the law. Regrettably, there is no reason to believe that will bother those who control the courts in Santa Cruz either.
Why do real judges, the local council and others, presumably better informed, tolerate the presence of Joseph on the bench acting in all ways as one of them? That is one question that needs answering. But one answer immediately suggests itself.
Greed explains many things.
In Santa Cruz, where Robert Wagner died on the street, another man is locked in a struggle involving Irwin Joseph. The second man may well be murdered through the active participation of Joseph.
Joseph managed to acquire the position of Commissioner in Santa Cruz not through his demonstrated excellence but through his willingness to do as he is told. His lovely home and comfortable life style mean everything to him. He let Wagner die, one kind of murder for hire. Now his comforts and status are threatened if another man is able to invoke the protections of the Constitution and stay alive.
Clive Boustred headed a company that challenged the grip held by the Federal Reserve Bank on money. InfoTelesys, the company he founded, threatened the perpetual profit machine that has for over a century pumped unearned trillions into the bank accounts of a small group of people, fewer than 100,000 individuals. It surprised Boustred to learn after their satellite based system was launched, that the FED is a private corporation that issues money that mortgages the lives of Americans through fractional reserve banking. Then it began to sink in. He learned the facts after the first murder attempt, carried out by Santa Cruz's Sheriff Department in 2002. Unarmed and in the act of driving up to his home with his children in the car, Boustred was targeted by a sharpshooter. The shooter missed; taking aim from 7 feet away the deputy sheriff put the bullet through the car, missing Boustred and his small son who was seated beside him. In the daylight of a sunny afternoon the situation did not go unnoticed. The deputy sheriff, preparing for a second shot, stopped only when his supervisor intervened having noticed neighbors watching.
Today, InfoTelesys is on hold. Over the last years Boustred has warded off two more assassination attempts and now faces another that may well take place as planned this Friday. In each instance the attack came through the legal system, using the personnel paid for by tax payers but arrayed against him by the local judicial system through the collusion of Joseph, among others.
This Friday Boustred faces eviction from his home, an event timed to coincide with a long awaited court date aimed at taking Commissioner Irwin Joseph off his case. The eviction is unwarranted and illegal, taking place through edicts issued by Joseph and unsupported by law. Billions of dollars are at stake.
Boustred has not been idle. Law suits that awarded Boustred, by default, funds of 60 billion dollars in restitution from Santa Cruz, The State of California, and the United States government wait to be paid. Joseph and his cronies know that new legal action by Boustred is in the works.
Irwin Joseph and others found the perfect weapon in Boustred's former wife. Anamaria stands to profit from a life insurance policy worth a million dollars if Clive Boustred dies next Friday in a rain of bullets. If he lives and manages to force compliance with the original settlement agreement she will owe him hundreds of thousands of dollars. Anamaria, who later married the man, her lover, who helped her empty the family's bank accounts has motive. To save herself Anamaria wants Boustred dead.
Those who are taking aim at Boustred in Santa Cruz are, themselves, felons, traitors to the Constitution.
The question that is beginning to confront Americans, right, left, and never thought about it, is the agenda behind the actions undertaken by those who, to serve in public office, are obligated to uphold the Constitution and our rights. Across America today the Constitution along with Boustred, is under attack.
In the measures passed by Congress as H.B. 1955 and S.B. 1959, The Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007 was written, passed, and signed into law for a purpose. Since the weight of evidence from a broad range of sources now give the lie to the idea that there has been any terrorism not initiated by those in power, Americans would be well advised to consider the reasons behind this measure along with the militarization of police across the country.