Judge Coonahan's (56) Days Of Indecision
Posted in the Northampton County Forum
#1 Jun 22, 2010
·Judge Coonahan heard this case on
April 27th 2010.
Now (56) days
All evidence submitted, awaiting Judge Coonahan's rubber stamp (Order of Divorce).
Another $20,000.00 plus of Health Benefits submitted in the preceeding (3) weeks after the trial date of April 27th 2010 by Ms. Rex.
More political favor for Former Montgomery county Judge Sharron L. Rex.
Case # 2007-00380
When will this theft of services Stop !!
Our State Police families are taking the brunt of this political Fraud.
By Political favor and Bilking their members and families of millions of dollars of Health Benefits.
Please Help our State Police families that protect us all..
#2 Jun 22, 2010
#3 Jun 24, 2010
You are in the middle of some of the Most Corrupt Politicians in Pennsylvania.
I will personally talk with Bill O'Reilly about your current situation.
He really loves to Hate Judges that are Corrupt..
Stay the Course !
#5 Mar 1, 2011
Does Judge Coonahan deserve "Judicial Immunity" ?
Here's the Facts about Judicial Immunity:
Did These Judges "faithfully" and "impartially" perform all duties incumbent upon them under the "Constitution" and "laws" of the United States ?
(14th Amendments Equal Protection Clause. Civil Right, the Preamble to the Constitution, Canon Codes of Judicial Code, Article III Section1, various U.S.C.).
A Judicial Act was one normally performed by a Judge and was within the Judges judicial capacity. Since bias/discrimination is not a judicial act (in accordance with the Federal Judges' Oath),
a Judge who is bias/discriminatory does not have judicial immunity.
The U. S. Supreme Court has overturned U. S. District Court and Court of Appeals cases. The question you should ask a Jury to decide is whether Judicial Bias and/or Judges who discriminate against a specific class of people (in this case Pro-Se) is a normally performed act performed by a Judge. Thus all the Judges, listed as Defendants, should stand trial for their non-judicial acts, the Judges did not "faithfully" and "impartially" perform all duties incumbent upon them under the "Constitution" and "laws" of the United States (14th Amendments Equal Protection Clause. Civil Right, the Preamble to the Constitution, Canon Codes of Judicial Code, Article III Section1, various U.S.C.).
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