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TS Radio Network: There is no "immunity" for judges

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Tonight on TS Radio,  Elaine Mickman returns to discuss so-called immunity for judges and other officers of the court.  How many times have we seen “judges” remove, conceal or otherwise tamper with records and reports in probate?  The mutilation of cases at the hands of these “not really a judge”,  individuals is staggering.  But since they aren't really officers of any legitimate court, what can you do?    Is someone going to have to admit these are not courts of law to make them exempt from Title 18. supposedly? 

Either that, or we have a good case for fines, imprisonment and disqualification of probate hearing examiners, attorneys and other personel working for and associated with these kangaroo courts.

Title 18 Crimes and Criminal Procedure Part-1 Chap. 101- Records and Reports
18 USC 2071 Concealment, Removal, or mutilation of Records and Reports generally caries
fines, imprisonment and disqualification of office which is for any government officer of the court
usurping their sworn legal duty to abide by federal law. Supremacy Clause Article VI Clause 2.
Biffle v Morton Rubber Indus., Inc. 785 S.W. 2d 143, 144 (Tex. 1990)

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