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[Updates of] Quo Warranto served upon Mary M. Shaw, a Judge on the Jeferson Co. Circuit Court, Louisville, KY
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SUMMARY: On or about Jan. 16, '08, Judge Shaw refused to conduct her ministerial duty by 1) unlawfully dismissing, by order, my "perfected" claim against the Courier-Journal (C-J), and without issuing a mandate on my proper commercial security lien on C-J, UCC-1 Financial Statement 2007-2286084-29.01 for that claim. That lien was issued by the Ky. Secretary of State. 2) And by that unlawful order, Judge Shaw breached her court's contract with me, by my paying a filing fee to that court to carry-out those ministerial duties. 3) And by that order, Judge Shaw committed securities fraud by rendering Cobble's legally-proper commercial security lien non-effectual. 4) And by that order, Judge Shaw committed securities fraud when refusing ratify Cobble's perfected administrative claim. 5) And by that order, Judge Shaw committed fraud and obstruction-of-justice by conducting with Defendant's attorney a "motion-judgment scam," of not serving Defendant's papers upon Cobble, and then Judge Shaw issued her unlawful 1/16/08 order on that fraudulent pleading (a motion).
A certified copy of the quo warranto was sent (served) upon Sheriff John Aubrey, of Jefferson County, KY, because he has the authority to remove Shaw from office, based on my criminal allegations. By my right, Sheriff Aubrey is required to remove Judge Shaw if she does not factually dispute my allegations. (To remove a U.S. District judge, for example, copy of the quo warranto would be "served" upon the Judiciary Committee in Congress.)
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Sept. 17, 2008, Wednesday
I sent my second "adjusted" letter to Sheriff John Aubrey, demanding that he remove Judge Shaw from office for criminal prosecution in accordance with the allegations of my May 6, '08 quo warranto. (These adjusted letters are being submitted to Sheriff Aubrey after the KY. Court of Appeals refused to process the quo warranto. Sheriff Aubrey was given a copy of the quo warranto when Judge Shaw was first served on 5/6/08, along with subsequent follow-up letters. See the updates, below.)
August 21, 2008, Thursday
KY Court of Appeals (CoA) Court Clerk Samuel Givens once again returned my quo warranto with a Notice striking the [case] from CoA's docket, because I would not pay the improper filing fee. Clerk Givens did not respond to the legal issues in my July 17, '08 letter that disputed the fees. There is no fee required for removing an official that's violating the law.
Expecting this, yet another improper action from the CoA, I sent another verifiable letter to Sheriff John Aubrey of Jefferson County, demanding that he remove Judge Shaw from office.
July 17, 2008, Thursday
KY Court of Appeals (CoA) Court Clerk Samuel Givens responded to my second serving of the July 2, '08 quo warranto upon Judge Shaw by rejecting / returning it to me with CoA's Notice-of-deficiency. Givens' Notice states that I should pay a fee ($125) and re-serve the quo warranto to Judge Shaw (that would've been my third service). But that's ridiculous. My July 17 response letter points-out to Clerk Givens that he cannot properly charge a fee for a quo warranto.
The quo warranto is a citizen's warrant, based in common law, showing by the offending official's acquiescence (admissions by her / his silence) that the appropriate authority must remove that official from office. The authorities have a responsibility to take action where criminal activity is reported to them. They cannot charge a fee for this inherent governmental function.
So, I returned the quo warranto to Clerk Givens. My letter told Clerk Givens that if the CoA does not remove Judge Shaw, then it becomes the responsibility of Sheriff John Aubrey, the chief law-enforcement authority of Jefferson County.
July 2, 2008, Wednesday
June 11, 2008, Wednesday
Sheriff Aubrey responded to my June 5, '08 letter to tell me that his legal Counsel told him that he could only remove Judge Shaw by court order. I responded in my July 2 letter that that was not correct, that as the chief law-enforcement officer of the county he was responsible for removing Judge Shaw where corporate governance had broken down and refused to do its duty. However, I also told him that I would give the appropriate court (i.e., the [Court of Appeals] (CoA)) the opportunity to remove Judge Shaw. But I did not expect that to be the case, for I well understand that the Kentucky courts are not recognizing the rule-of-law. They had already violated me and others in very many ways.
My 7/2/08 letter explained to Sheriff Aubrey that if the CoA refused to remove Judge Shaw, then the responsibility must default back to him, the county sheriff, as the quo warranto is based in common-law.
I included with my 7/2/08 letter to Sheriff Aubrey copies of the certified mailing receipts of my same-day servicing (July 2, '08) of the quo warranto to Judge Shaw w/ the original to the CoA.
June 5, 2008, Tuesday
I sent a Letter to Sheriff John Aubrey, asking him to follow through with the quo warranto for the removal Judge Shaw.
May 6, 2008, Monday
QUO WARRANTO served for removal of Mary M. Shaw,
a Jefferson Co. Circuit Judge.
May 6, 2008, Monday
Quo Warranto Mailing Receipts