Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Invitation to speak at the U.S. capitol on judicial reform

Invitation to speak at the U.S. capitol on judicial reform


Dr.Richard Cordero, Esq. dr.richard.cordero_esq@verizon.net

2:13 AM (3 hours ago)
Dear Advocates of Honest Judiciaries,

Thank you for your invitation and emails replying to my article "A for-profit business plan for exposing unaccountable judges...(infra >ol2:560}".

A.Who is making the invitation and the implications of how it is being

1. You stated that you "have been asked to see if [I] might be available to talk in Washington, D.C. on judicial reform on April 28 and 29"; however, you did not state who or what entity asked you. I trust you realize that it is important to know whom you want me to be associated with.

2. In any event, the people that are asking me to speak -hereinafter 'your group'- must pay for all my expenses in advance, including transportation, hotel, meals, needed things, and incidentals. Here applies the aphorism, "What is taken for free and can be left at no cost is not appreciated".

3. I do not want to travel to Washington, D.C., at my own expense only to find out that nobody cares whether I speak or not because they have invested nothing in my presence there.

4. Indeed, the fact that your group, whoever they are, thought of me at the very last moment means that they are not familiar with my work.

5. Likewise, the fact that they expect me to drop what I am doing and rush to Washington to talk at an activity that they do not care to describe indicates that their invitation of me is only an afterthought, not part of a professionally devised plan.

6. Of course, the fact that they do not contact me directly means that they do not want to assume any responsibility for my presence there. So I may travel to Washington, D.C., and be told to my face, "We did not invite you. If you want to talk, get your own soapbox, put it down wherever you can find a free space, step on it, and just talk...until you grow hoarse, for all we care".

7. To the extent that your group expect to benefit from my participation in their activity, they must be willing to confer upon me a benefit. That is how a professionally organized and active group work.
8. Life is a give and take; but in a wishful thinking world, one expects everybody else to work for free.

B. What your group can realistically expect to accomplishin Washington

9. A group of people who have been abused by judges and go to Washington just to vent their justified anger and frustration within earshot of whoever is around are not going to accomplish anything.

10. Being given a room to meet is by no means the same as being given attention by a member of Congress who realizes that he or she can derive a political benefit from:
    a. working into his or her election platform the issue of judges' unaccountability;

    b. calling for public hearings for Wethe People to describe their experience of abuse at the hands of unaccountable judges; and

    c. running for reelection as the nationally recognized judicial reformer that becomes the Champion of Justice.
11. Taking into account and working to develop the interest of one or more members of Congress in associating themselves with The Dissatisfied With The Judicial And Legal System require strategic thinking. Without it, your group only got a permit to be in a room for a number of hours, just another one among the hundreds of groups that get a similar permit throughout the year. The group participate in a public show in and outside a room, but do not come anywhere near entering the power game played in the corridors of Congress.

C.The reasonably calculated alternative of holding a strategic thinking seminar

12. The members of your group can collectively spend thousands of dollars travelling from wherever they are to Washington, D.C., to talk to each other in a room and talk to nobody while turning in circles in front of a capitol building. Thereafter they can return home with nothing to show for it, except the memories and photos of a field day with a theme.
13. Or your group can stay home and invest that money in bringing me to them to hold a seminar on:

      a. the circumstances enabling judges' unaccountability and consequent riskless wrongdoing;

      b. informing the public about, and outraging it at, how judges self-exempt from discipline by dismissing 99.83% of complaints against them and dispose of 93% of appeals with reasonless decisions. Judges' self-assured immunity and perfunctoriness allow them to deny litigants due process and equal protection of the law, and abuse their power to gain personal and judicial class benefits;  and

      c. how a group of people can implement the out-of-court inform and outrage strategy to cause Wethe People to pressure current and would-be members of Congress into holding or calling for public hearings that turn judicial unaccountability and consequent riskless wrongdoing into a decisive issue of the 2018 mid-term elections with the unwitting support of President Trump and Attorney General Sessions, who have dare do the unprecedented: publicly criticize federal judges. For those capable of thinking strategically by applying the principle, "The enemy of my enemy is my friend", they are the natural allies of advocates of honest judiciaries.

14. Your group can participate in a ritual with no perspective of causing any change in the judiciary.

15. Or it can proceed reasonably to hold a seminar intended to turn the group into the team of advocates that drives the gathering of The Dissatisfied and endeavors to form a Tea Party-like movement that becomes a powerhouse for holding judges accountable and liable to compensate the victims of their wrongdoing. The seminar is based on my study of judges and their judiciaries, titled and downloadable thus:
Exposing Judges’ Unaccountability and
Consequent Riskless Wrongdoing:
Pioneering the news and publishing field of
judicial unaccountability reporting
See in particular  >OL2:453, 546, and 560.
16. It is your choice: travel to participate in an exercise in futility or hold a seminar on strategic thinking and implementation.
Dare trigger history!(*>jur:7§5) and you may enter it.* http://Judicial-Discipline-Reform.org/OL/DrRCordero-Honest_Jud_Advocates.pdf
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I look forward to hearing from you.
Dr. Richard Cordero, Esq.
Judicial Discipline Reform
New York City
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