"When he joined Chase Bank, I thought Mr. Bezos wanted to solve the healthcare problem." -- D. Cobble
[Updates of] Letters to KY Governor Steve Beshear
Initial Letter Sent by the Community
SUMMARY: Gov. Beshear and Attorneys General Jack Conway both campaigned on the promise of cleaning-up corruption in Government. Our first letter to them was signed by 27 citizens, and yet we were still ignored. No action was taken on the ten identified cases in that letter.
Also remarkable, is that none of the state agencies responded, that received copies of those letters, including the Ky. Supreme Court.
Also, see the Freeman Davis case, where public pressure is mounting to compel Gov. Beshear to release Davis' mother from unlawful state custody. -- With Gov. Beshear's recent appointment of ex-Jefferson Co. Attorney Irv Maze as a judge in the Jefferson Co. Circuit Court (state court), we now know that Beshear is not fulfilling his promise of cleaning-up Government. It can be proven that Irv Maze is one of the worst violators of the Kentucky and U.S. Constitutions.
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August 13, 2008, Wednesday
In response to the petitions that caring folks are sending to Gov. Beshear about the Freeman Davis case, the Governor is mis-using taxpayer dollars by sending-out misleading letters to those Petitioners.
Davis responded to the Governor via Christopher H. Smith at the Governor's office. Mr. Smith falsely states that the Governor cannot do anything about this situation. But Davis asked the governor to investigate why the Jefferson Co. Circuit Court refused to hear his case; the court refused to conduct its ministerial duty.
Davis also asked Governor Beshear to establish a findings-of-fact (investigation) on the Cabinet for Health & Family Services, its conduct of removing Ms. Wilson from her home without a court order, and the false charges levied upon Davis. Though Davis was cleared of those charges and proven that he took good care of his mother (Florean Wilson), the Jefferson Co. District Court still refused correct this matter.
March 20, 2008, Thursday
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!
February 24, 2008, Sunday
I received a follow-up email from [Joe], pursuant to his Feb. 20 email about consumer protection in the insurance industry. (See Feb. 20 update, below.) Are we "being taken" by the false promises of the new Governor and Attorneys General?
Also, see Letter to Gov. Beshear.
February 19, 2008, Tuesday #1
I responded to a letter that finally came from the KY Administrative Office of the Courts (AoC). Recall from my Feb. 8 update (below) that I informed Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott that the AoC has not responded to my inquiries, and that its credibility is questionable.
Well, sure enough, the Feb. 12 letter from AoC reeks with false statements / information. My response letter corrects AoC Attorney, Kelly Stephens, and lets her know that [Our} recent letter to Gov. Beshear is conducive to AoC's unlawful behavior.
February 12, 2008, Tuesday
I submitted the long-labored letter to Governor Steve Beshear, asking him to investigate the rampant lawlessness in government that I and other citizens have identified with evidence. This includes, of course, the evidence throughout this site.
Twenty-seven signatories are on the letter. If the Governor and Kentucky's Attorneys General ignore our call for an investigation into the specified cases, then we will turn our attention to Congress for Congressional Review of this tragic affair in Government.
Copies of the letter were sent to KY Attorneys General Jack Conway; Mayor of Louisville Jerry Abramson; KY Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott; Congressman John Yarmuth; Chief U.S. District Judge John G. Heyburn, II; Jefferson Co. Circuit Court Clerk David Nicholson; and Director of KY Administrative Office of the Courts Jason Nemes.