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Friday, April 11, 2008

"A Criminal Enterprise Has Infiltrated the Judicial System in the United States"

That was included in a pro se defendant's motion for substitution of judge in a recent appellate case from the Cook Circuit Court (1st Dist. D'Agostino v. Lynch, No. 1-06-3026). Of course the defendant labeled his motion, "“Verified Motion for Judicial Admission or Denial by Judge Alexander P. White Regarding Knowledge of and/or Participation in Alleged Criminal Acts within and across State Lines by Judges in the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois, and Request for Self-Disqualification Instanter.”

The result? 60 days in the brig for criminal contempt. Hey this is the county that brought us Operation Greylord...but I guess the defendant above gave zero basis for his allegations.


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