In light of the innumerable lives that have been diminished or even destroyed because of JUDICIAL CORRUPTION, IT MAKES ME LIVID to read that New Orleans Eastern District Federal Court Judge Helen G. Berrigan stated: it's a very sad time for Judge Thomas Porteous and his family and for us and “our court."
That is just the problem! Rather than lament people whom Judge Porteous’ acceptance of bribes has harmed, the judges think the court belongs to them, but not all people. More specifically, the New Orleans Eastern District Federal Court elitist establishment is so full of itself, it is demonstratively unwilling to apply well-established laws when such an application adversely affects one of its own.
With examples such as unethical jurists being maintained in their positions based on perceptions of ownership or entitlement, why should society be expected to obey laws? And why should a judge with diseased ethics be allowed to sit in judgment of anyone else? Moreover, posted at www.lawgrace.org is irrefutable proof that judges within this same federal court system repeatedly have issued erroneous rulings that benefit Louisiana’s longstanding real estate and mortgage fraud racketeering activity committed by certain mortgage giants and debt collector attorneys. For such reason, compliment of recalcitrant U.S. Attorneys and certain Eastern District Federal Court judges, New Orleans will continue being a Banana Republic.
Barbara Ann Jackson (Katrina displaced from New Orleans)
Law & Grace, Inc.,