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Cobble Files Criminal Complaint on Judge Haynie w/ KY Insurance Commissioner
On Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2011, Daniel Cobble had no choice but to file a criminal complaint with KY Insurance Commissioner, Sharon Clark, attacking the indemnity bond of Jefferson County District Judge Anne Haynie. The Complaint effectively serves as a lien against Haynie's bond, requiring that she be removed from the bench until this matter is resolved.

At the Tuesday Jan. 11, 2011 hearing, Judge Haynie told Cobble that at any probable cause hearing, he would not be allowed to have witnesses testify or enter evidence into the court record for the grand jury. Haynie specifically told Cobble that only the county attorney could have witnesses and enter evidence. This is an outright violation of law / due process, glaring acts against the Kentucky and U.S. Constitutions. -- See Affidavit #2, below. 

Haynie is refusing allow Cobble's evidence, because it materially incriminates harassment, false imprisonment, denial of rights, etc. by federal officials: Judge Charles R. Simpson, III, Assist. U.S. Attorney Michael A. Bennett, U.S. Magistrate Dave Whalin, and U.S. Probation Officer Michael T. Clements. At the Nov. 24, 2009 tarring of the state building at 6th & Liberty St., Hayne knows full well that Cobble was desperately trying to avoid false imprisonment by Simpson and Bennett, where there's no indictment from a grand jury in Case 3:06cr-93. However, the next day, Nov. 25, Cobble was once again taken by federal officials into false imprisonment for another 10 months.) 

Cobble's next hearing is on Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2011 at 9:am, Courtroom 202, Jefferson County District Court, Div. 301, Hall of Justice, at 600 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Kentucky 40202.