Does Rule 27 Permit the Examination of Public Officials’ Publicly Recorded Conflicts of Interest Prior to Filing Suit?


Janet Claire Phelan and I were on the air (American Freedom Radio) at 2:00 Pacific Time on Thursday (August 19, 2010) to discuss our project to start depositions of judges, under Rule 27 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.   Judges have absolute or nearly absolute immunity from suit for their judicial decision-making, now matter how bad or objectionable it is on many levels.  But do Judges have the right to keep secret their economic transactional history which could lead to violations of or infringements upon the intangible right of the people to honest services from public officials.  If you connect to the link below, you will need to fast forward to the second hour of the link to hear us (Janet Claire Phelan and Charles Edward Lincoln) summarizing our thoughts in a one hour segment. We are now doing serious fundraising for this project. You can go to Janet Phelan’s website, www.janetphelan.com, to donate via pay pal.  They money you donate will cover the costs of preparing and filing Rule 27 Petitions, attending hearings in Southern California, and then either conducting the depositions (with court reporters and videographers) or appealing the denial of our Petitions for Depositions “to perpetuate testimony” to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

http://www.americanfreedomradio.com/archive/Intel-Hub-32k-081910.mp3
We need your support to accomplish this. Thanks so much,

Janet Phelan

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