[Updates of] Administrative Tort Claim Against * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Judge Judith K. Bartholomew
Filed at the KY Board of Claims: Claim No. BC-08-108
Judge Bartholomew of the Jefferson County District Court unlawfully dismissed my case against Stock Yards Bank (SYB) of Louisville, Kentucky. Case 07-CO-14200. Her Nov. 12, '07 order falsely stated that I did not "state a claim of which relief may be granted."
A branch manager at SYB retaliated by closing my checking account after I disputed him giving me false information.
August 21, 2008, Thursday
I sent a verified letter to the new Chairman of the KY Board of Claims, asking him to honor my tort claim, from my injuries committed by Judge Bartholomew (Claim BC-08-108). I told Chairman James S. Sullivan that now that ex-Chairman Billy Goodman has been removed from the Board, he may correct this situation by paying my claim.
July 28, 2008, Tuesday
I sent my 3rd Letter to Sheriff Clark for the removal of Billy Goodman. Recall from the quo warranto against Chairman Goodman that he illegally dismissed my administrative claim against Judge Bartholomew.
June 5, 2008, Thursday
May 20, 2008, Tuesday, #2
May 2, 2008, Friday
Regarding my Feb. 6, '08 administrative tort claim (BC -08-108) against Jefferson Co. District Court Judge, Judith K. Bartholomew, I have begun the process of "perfecting" that claim, pursuant to the Uniform Commercial Code and Kentucky statutes. This includes submitting to the to the KY. Board of Claims a Notice of Default, at least three invoices of the claimed amount, and an Affidavit of Non-response" from a disinterested third party.
The process of perfecting begins when the "feasors" (opposing / offending parties) are in "legal admission" of the claim. Acquiescence is the same as being in "legal admission" of a claim.
In the interest of full disclosure, on April 16, '08 I served a quo warranto upon the Chairman of the KY. Board of Claims, Billy Goodman, for obstruction of justice and refusing to process my claim. The quo warranto is seeking his removal from office and criminal prosecution.
June 3, 2008, Tuesday
This update regards my Feb. 6, '08 administrative tort claim against Jefferson Co. District Court Judge, Judith K. Bartholomew, and the consequential April 16, '08 quo warranto served upon Billy Goodman, Chairman of the KY Board of Claims. On June 3, '08, I sent my second verifiable letter to Sheriff Steve Clark of Franklin Co (Frankfort, KY) requesting that Chairman Goodman be removed from office, pursuant to the unanswered criminal allegations in that quo warranto. My first follow-up letter to Sheriff Clark was sent on May 20, '08 .
The quo warranto is based on the Mar. 24, '08 fraudulent dismissal order of Chairman Goodman.
May 20, 2008, Tuesday, #1
Regarding my Feb. 6, '08 administrative tort claim against Jefferson Co. District Court Judge, Judith K. Bartholomew, and the consequential April 16, '08 quo warranto served upon Billy Goodman, Chairman of the KY Board of Claims, I sent a verifiable letter / reminder to Sheriff Steve Clark of Franklin Co. That follow-up letter reminds Sheriff Clark that Chairman Goodman must be removed from office, pursuant to the unanswered criminal allegations in the quo warranto.
The quo warranto is based on the Mar. 24, '08 fraudulent dismissal order of Chairman Goodman.
April 16, 2008, Wednesday #1
In my In my administrative claim against Judge Judith K. Bartholomew, I ended-up serving a quo warranto upon the chairman of the KY Board of Claims, Billy Goodman. Chairman Goodman so-called dismissed my claim without even requiring the respondents (feasors), represented by the Attorney General's office (Jack Conway), to respond to my enumerated allegations, for this was denial of my due process by fraud and color-of-law. You cannot dismiss a claim; it can only be denied based on lawfully disputed evidence.
Recall that Judge Bartholomew committed fraud to dismiss my lawsuit against Stock Yards Bank. For a full background on this action, see updates on the motion-judgment scam: March 20, March 3, Feb. 25, Feb. 8, and Feb. 6, '08.
The quo warranto is one of the six prerogative writs based in common-law (such as habeas corpus, writ-of-mandamus, etc.). Created by King Edward I in 1278 (England), today, it has developed into a person's right to directly challenge the illegal action of a governmental official. If the official cannot legally dispute allegations of impropriety, then he / she must be removed from office by law-enforcement. You may not know about quo warrantos, because this powerful right is kept from the public by governmental officials and the media. (See more at Wikipedia.)
March 26, 2008, Wednesday
After the KY Board of Claims "so-called" dismissed my administrative tort claim against Judge Judith K. Bartholomew, Bartholomew then dismissed my Dec. 7, '07 motion-for-reconsideration for her dismissing my case against Stock Yards Bank (SYB). (Her dismissal order was entered on Feb. 25, '08, though she mysteriously dates it for Mar. 28, '08.)
Her dismissing my 12/7/07 motion-for-reconsideration is illegal, because she was supposed to recues herself from the SYB case after I filed my admin. claim against her for criminal violations. But she did not even respond to my Feb. 8, '08 motion for recusal. So, this too, is denial of my due process, obstruction-of-justice, etc; An abject refusal to adjudicate my case.
For an good background of what has gone-on, please refer to the Feb. 6, March 3, March 6, and March 7 and 20, 2008, updates, below.
March 24, 2008, Monday
This final order of dismissal from Chairman, Billy Goodman, of the Kentucky Board of Claims, is a remarkable illustration of color-of-law, complicity, and obstuction-of-justice. It attempts to dismiss my administrative claim against Judge Judith K. Bartholomew, of the Jefferson Co. District Court. But the claim cannot be lawfully disposed of-, unless the allegations are factually rebutted, or the claim is paid.
Chairman Goodman completely ignored my issues, disputes and allegations, of which his acquiescence constitute legal admissions of my stated matters. You see the Attorney General's outragiously false Motion to dismiss my claim against Bartholomew, as well as his follow-up criminal letter.
I posted the Chairman's March 20, '08 order so you may study with "commonsense analysis" how he violates the law. I will be responding within a few days. For a good background of what's going-on, please refer to the Feb. 6, March 3, and March 7 and 20, 2008, updates, below.
March 20, 2008, Thursday #2
I sent a bi-letter w/ seven ATTACHMENTS to Governor Steve Beshear and Will T. Scott of the KY Supreme Court. This time I requested a grand jury investigation into the motion-judgment scam / racket. (Also see discovery of the racket.)
Recall that a group of us requested an investigation from Gov. Beshear on Feb. 12, '08. In fact, Justice Scott pledged an investigation, but it has not occurred.
I felt compelled to request a grand jury investigation due to the three unlawful correspondences that I recently received from the KY Court of Appeals, KY Attorneys General (Spec. Investigations Unit), and the attorney (officer-of-the-court) that represents Stock Yards Bank (in my lawsuit in Jefferson Co. District Court).
I have posted those three correspondences with the bi-letters (one is an illegal notice for final adjudication), so that you may begin to study this "additional" basis for a criminal investigation. For, that which is being perpetrated is woefully illegal. The Letter to the Governor should be posted within a day or two. Thanks!
March 7, 2008, Friday #2
I filed a Notice of Default pursuant to my Feb 8, '08 Motion for Recusal, for Judge Judith K. Bartholomew to step-down in my lawsuit against Stock Yards Bank (SYB). Though SYB is in default by not responding to my Motion, Judge Bartholomew refuses to step down.
As you may know, I have filed an administrative claim against Bartholomew, which inherently creates a conflict-of-interest. But again, she refuses to step down to allow my case to go forward. I continue to be denied justice / due process of law.
March 6, 2008, Thursday #4
Attorney General Conway sent a follow-up letter to the Board of Claims, regarding my administrative claim against Judge Judith K. Bartholomew. I don't know the apparent purpose of the letter, but as usual, it makes a false statement and / or misrepresents his information. I responded for the record.
As you study this site, please keep in mind that its primary purpose is to give the public intricate and insightful details of how government is harming people with your tax dollars. Government corruption is worsening because much of the public lacks that awareness, while others simply don't want to face this problem.
March 3, 2008, Monday #2
As some of you know, issues within motions can be complicated, most especially when attorneys and judges play their games to obstruct due process. Today, I responded to the KY Attorneys General Office's motion to dismiss my administrative claim against Judge Judith K. Bartholomew (originating from the Stock Yards Bank case).
I want to share this experience with you, because it once again exemplifies the corrupt mindset of KY's Attorneys General (AG), Jack Conway (Mr. Handsome). His motion demonstrates the top-down corruption coming from the high offices in Kentuckyland. You need to keep this development in mind as we move closer to the presidential election. Is our government going to change its ways, or do we need to raise more hell before they get the message? (We have to take back our government, if we're ever going to get a handle on saving our Environment.)
I also recommend that you re-visit the Jan. 20 and Jan. 24 emails from [Joe], regarding the negligent insurance dept. at the AG's office.
The AG's motion revealed that he closely monitors this website. Well, that's good, because we're all One People and thus we need to learn and grow together.
February 6, 2008 , Wednesday
I filed an administrative tort claim against Judge Judith K. Bartholomew for fraudulently dismissing my case against Stock Yards Bank & Trust Co. Recall from my January 25 update that my Motion-for-reconsideration is pending to reverse that illegal order. Also see my January 7 update, when we began to discover that the motion-judgment scam / racket is a racketeering operation going-on in Kentucky.
In the scam, high-powered attorneys are really weak-necked weasels. They are filing Motions-to-dismiss, but they do not serve copies of their motions to opposing parties (usually pro'se litigants). Then, the judges dismiss these cases without the opposing litigants knowing what happened until much later.
The first two pages and Exhibit #1 of my claim are scanned-in, so you can see how it is set up.
January 22, 2008, Tuesday
I sent a notarized letter by verifiable mail to Jason Nemes, Director of the Administrative Office of the Courts, for my 3rd Open Records Request. I'm asking for the indemnity bond policies on the two judges named immediately in the updates, below, with the prospect of filing claims to redeem their bonds. It can be proven that both Judge Shaw and Judge Bartholomew have violated the law to dismiss my respective cases.
Upon filing any claim, I would limit the claimed amount to their bonds, so as not to take any proceeds from the general revenue fund of Kentucky. In other words, I would not want to receive any tax dollars.
December 29, 2007
I submitted by verifiable mail a second OPEN RECORDS REQUEST, this time to the Ky. Administrative Office of the Courts, requesting the indemnity bond policy on Jefferson Co. District Judge, Judith K. Bartholomew. Judge Bartholomew committed fraud and complicity when dismissing my case against Stock Yards Bank (SYB) (case 07-CO-14200).
(NOTE: The Administrative Office of the Courts is operated by the Ky. Supreme Court.)
Judge Bartholomew falsely stated in her Nov. 30 dismissal order that I ". . .did not state a claim for which relief may be granted . . ." To the contrary, my Oct. 12, 2007 Complaint explicitly states two (2) counts of "breach-of-contract" by SYB.
In addition, Judge Bartholomew and the attorneys of SYB (John T. McGarvey and Timothy A. Schenk of Morgan & Pottinger) staged a court hearing on Nov. 30, 2007 without informing me. (This same fraud, complicity and obstruction was recently done to Don Fitzgerald, too.)
The REQUEST also asked for the bond information on a second court official, Circuit Court Judge, Mary Shaw (see the Dec. 26, update, below). I believe that Judge Shaw was complicit with the disapearance of the Dec. 17 summons, to avoid compelling Courier-Journal, Inc. to comply with the law.
December 14, 2007
I submitted by verifiable mail an OPEN RECORDS REQUEST to Circuit Court Clerk, David Nicholson, requesting the indemnity bond policy on Jefferson Co. District Judge, Judith K. Bartholomew. Judge Bartholomew committed fraud and complicity when dismissing my case against Stock Yards Bank (SYB) (case 07-CO-14200).
Judge Bartholomew falsely stated in her Nov. 30 dismissal order that I ". . .did not state a claim for which relief may be granted . . ." To the contrary, my Oct. 12, 2007 Complaint explicitly states a claim of $4,000.00 for two (2) causes-of-action of "breach-of-contract" by SYB.
In addition, Judge Bartholomew and the attorneys of SYB (John T. McGarvey and Timothy A. Schenk of Morgan & Pottinger) staged a court hearing with the judge on Nov. 30, 2007 without informing me. (This same fraud, complicity and obstruction was recently done to Don Fitzgerald.)