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The FBI questioned the ex-wife of Federal Chief Judge Edward Nottingham Thursday about the possible improper use of his federal computer, 9 Wants to Know has learned. Full Story
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Parker, CO

#262 Aug 27, 2007
LE Supporter wrote:
<quoted text>
I think the real question here is why is KAY SIEVERDING on this site when we could all care less about her baseless case and contempt for Judge Nottingham.
Just wait for it, she'll come back with another sleazy innuendo that you're just being paid to say that. The woman is nothing if not predictable.
Kay Sieverding

Cedar Springs, MI

#264 Sep 8, 2007
“Whoever, being an officer, or employee of the United States or any department or agency thereof, or representing himself to be or assuming to act as such, under color or pretense of office or employment commits or attempts an act of extortion, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.” U. S.C. TITLE 18 PART I CHAPTER 41—§ 872. Extortion by officers or employees of the United States

“(1) A person commits criminal extortion if:(a) The person, without legal authority and with the intent to induce another person against that other person's will to perform an act or to refrain from performing a lawful act, makes a substantial threat to confine or restrain, cause economic hardship or bodily injury to, or damage the property or reputation of, the threatened person or another person; and (b) The person threatens to cause the results described in paragraph (a) of this subsection (1) by:(I) Performing or causing an unlawful act to be performed…(3) For the purposes of this section, "substantial threat" means a threat that is reasonably likely to induce a belief that the threat will be carried out and is one that threatens that significant confinement, restraint, injury, or damage will occur.” Colorado Revised Statutes 18-3-207. Criminal extortion.

“parties should not feel coerced into surrendering the right to have their controversy resolved by the courts” http://www.uscourts.gov/guide/vol2/ch1.html

“The right to petition is guaranteed; the right to commit libel with impunity is not” MCDONALD v. SMITH, 105 S. Ct. 2787, 472 U.S. 479 (U.S. 06/19/1985) U.S. Supreme Court

Judge Nottingham:“If you fail to withdraw those lawsuits, the next time you’re in this court you better be prepared with your toothbrush, because you will be going to jail.”(9/5/05 transc.p.33.)”

Judge Nottingham:“Will you dismiss these lawsuits?…if you promise me to dismiss them within the next 11 days, I will let you out of jail today”(1/4/06 transcript p. 17)

Judge Nottingham:“So you’ll stay out of jail if all these cases are dismissed in time for me to vacate the hearing. Otherwise the next time you show up, you pack your toothbrush, because you are going to jail.”(2/16/06 transcript p.14)

Judge Nottingham:“They may choose to abandon any contempt proceedings in this court if you will agree not to file any further pleadings in this case…negotiate with them.”(6/1/07 p. 21).
Trin Tragula

Fort Collins, CO

#265 Sep 8, 2007
Kay Sieverding wrote:
“Whoever, being an officer, or employee of the United States or any department...
Hey Kay - take some time off?
anon

AOL

#266 Sep 8, 2007
Two entire weeks! Granted, it didn't really seem to help her, but I'm impressed she didn't sneak off to a Starbucks and give some kid a buck to use his laptop for five minutes.
it must be therapy

San Francisco, CA

#267 Sep 10, 2007
there must be some kind of compulsion going on with her, she posted the same lengthy repetetive post in at least 4 different places last night that I've seen. It is annoying but if it helps her somehow, maybe it's a good thing.
Judiciary Committees

Cedar Springs, MI

#268 Sep 11, 2007
I wrote to the House and Senate Judiciary Committee and asked them to impeach Judge Nottingham for threatening U.S. citizens with violence in order to delay and deter their presentment in court.
Of course, Lloyds of London, who paid for some of the ex parte conferences, has lots of money to spend on Congress. Their advertisements show they target distressed small law firms. Their president said they sell $8.6 billion of insurance in the U.S. Their advertisement says they will sell up to $20 million of insurance "in a single layer". They say they will go to your office in the U.S. Apparently by staying in hotels instead of renting an office Lloyds avoids regulation and get a better tax deal than if they rented an office.
I do need to study web design and get my receipts for ex parte conferences with U.S. judicial officials up on the Internet.
Why shouldn't I be "compulsive"? My reputation has been ruined by being described on the Internet as a criminal even though I have no criminal record. Blogging isn't going to make it worse. Maybe I'll be able to warn others that the U.S. government now puts U.S. citizens in jail without accusing them of breaking a law and that if you go to court they can arrange to change the rules so that the decision won't reflect the facts.
funny

San Francisco, CA

#272 Sep 13, 2007
I find those ad postings more believable and more intriguing reading than some of the other posts here.
Dan Coates

Sanford, FL

#273 Sep 13, 2007
Worked at an embassy once and the Chief FBI agent threw out a VCR, his secretary said it was broken. I asked for it and she said, "sure". Took it back to my apartment and disassembled it. It had a tape jammed in it's rollers. Removed the tape and cleaned the rollers and it was fine. The tape was a porno tape, guess he was doing some "research" on government time! Your tax dollars at work, just throw out a VCR and get another, didn't cost him anything but a tape!
Susie-q

Louisville, CO

#274 Sep 13, 2007
Judiciary Committees wrote:
I wrote to the House and Senate Judiciary Committee and asked them to impeach Judge Nottingham for threatening U.S. citizens with violence in order to delay and deter their presentment in court.
Of course, Lloyds of London, who paid for some of the ex parte conferences, has lots of money to spend on Congress. Their advertisements show they target distressed small law firms. Their president said they sell $8.6 billion of insurance in the U.S. Their advertisement says they will sell up to $20 million of insurance "in a single layer". They say they will go to your office in the U.S. Apparently by staying in hotels instead of renting an office Lloyds avoids regulation and get a better tax deal than if they rented an office.
I do need to study web design and get my receipts for ex parte conferences with U.S. judicial officials up on the Internet.
Why shouldn't I be "compulsive"? My reputation has been ruined by being described on the Internet as a criminal even though I have no criminal record. Blogging isn't going to make it worse. Maybe I'll be able to warn others that the U.S. government now puts U.S. citizens in jail without accusing them of breaking a law and that if you go to court they can arrange to change the rules so that the decision won't reflect the facts.
Still Crazy I see.
LE Supporter

Aurora, CO

#275 Sep 13, 2007
Susie-q wrote:
<quoted text>
Still Crazy I see.
Once a nut, always a nut. The shell's appearance may change but there's still a nut inside.
Kay Sieverding

Cedar Springs, MI

#276 Sep 14, 2007
Maybe I'll be able to warn others that the U.S. government now puts U.S. citizens in jail without accusing them of breaking a law and that if you go to court they can arrange to change the rules so that the decision won't reflect the facts.

I complained about a ruling that I had "molested" my former neighbor Jane Bennett. She herself said there was "no offensive touching". There wasn't any consensual touching either. I was never alone with her, never had sex with Jane Bennett, never wanted to have sex with Jane Bennett. Jane Bennett didn't say that I had sex with her or tried to have sex with her. Couldn't have had sex with her because we were in separate cars. But her lawyer Randall Klauzer said in court that the evidence of molestation was undisputed.
Kay Sieverding

Cedar Springs, MI

#277 Sep 14, 2007
Do you think that Judge Nottingham engaged in ex parte communication at the strip club? It's only 3 minutes from the court house. His assistant Magistrate Schlatter said
1/30/03 Magistrate Schlatter:“I have drinks with lawyers. I have conversations with lawyers. I see lawyers in my chambers for scheduling conferences.” Transcript p. 65.
geez

San Francisco, CA

#278 Sep 14, 2007
Kay Sieverding wrote:
Maybe I'll be able to warn others that the U.S. government now puts U.S. citizens in jail without accusing them of breaking a law and that if you go to court they can arrange to change the rules so that the decision won't reflect the facts.
I complained about a ruling that I had "molested" my former neighbor Jane Bennett. She herself said there was "no offensive touching". There wasn't any consensual touching either. I was never alone with her, never had sex with Jane Bennett, never wanted to have sex with Jane Bennett. Jane Bennett didn't say that I had sex with her or tried to have sex with her. Couldn't have had sex with her because we were in separate cars. But her lawyer Randall Klauzer said in court that the evidence of molestation was undisputed.
Kay, you really should look up the definition of 'molest' sometime, it's not necessarily sexual. It can simply mean to annoy or harass someone, doesn't it make more sense if that definition is what he had in mind when he said that?
Kay Sieverding

Cedar Springs, MI

#281 Sep 16, 2007
The restraining order was issued without the required statement of reason in fact and law. That is required in state law but was ignored. There is no basis in Colorado law to issue a restraining order for being annoying. What I did to annoy Jane Bennett was to complain about she and her husband building in violation of the development code. That was my right under Colorado law. This is the web site for the tax assessor http://www.co.routt.co.us/assessor.html It is parcel pin number 22800001 in the name of Bennett, Kevin M. & Jane. The records show that it was built in 1950 and has a total building area of 2,343 with total value of improvements $329,680. In fact anyone can stand on Princeton Ave and see that there are 4 buildings there not one. Anyone can go to the Routt County Building department and see that two buildings were built in 2000 and a shed was renovated into a guest house with a kitchen and bathroom.
Kay Sieverding

Cedar Springs, MI

#282 Sep 16, 2007
I have police records that show that Jane Bennett called the police and told them that she followed me through WalMart trying to take my picture and that the police then came to my house at her request. I have police records that show that she called the police and told them that she saw me standing at a red light so she called the police and they came. I have police records that show that Jane Bennett called the police and told them that she saw me standing in my front yard and so they investigated.
Too Scared to Sign Name

West Columbia, SC

#283 Sep 16, 2007
After reading here; I have a feeling that anyone you come in contact with has thoughts of getting a restraining order put out against you. You are one scary and creepy person.
Kay Sieverding

Cedar Springs, MI

#284 Sep 16, 2007
What Judge Garrecht said in court was

World Company, a closely held corporation)/ WorldWest LLC /Simons Family Management:
“before the court can issue the restraining order, the Court needs to find that the defendant has attacked, beaten, molested, or threatened the life of the plaintiff or threatened to do serious bodily injury to the plaintiff, and that unless restrained and enjoined will continue to attack, beat, molest, or threaten the life of the plaintiff or threaten to do serious bodily harm to the plaintiff…obviously, Ms. Bennett has not been attacked, beaten, and her life hasn’t been threatened.”(Transcript CO Routt County 002180 Sept./6/00 page 161).
So what do you think he met by "molest"
Too Scared to Sign Name

West Columbia, SC

#286 Sep 16, 2007
mo·lest /m&#601;&#712;l&#6 03;st/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[muh-lest] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation
–verb (used with object)
1. to bother, interfere with, or annoy.

Apparently they were right on the money, you are still obsessing about this Bennett person today. The above definition describes your behavior here, anyway. Here this part is important—irredeemably INSANE—-legitimately, lock-her-ass-up-in-a-rubber-ro om, CRAZY. Totally and utterly. Mad, mad, MAD!
Too Scared to Sign Name

West Columbia, SC

#287 Sep 16, 2007
Is that statement 002180 Sept./6/00 page 161 from 2000 and we are in, what, 2007? Three months till the new year 2008?

MEDIC!
anon

AOL

#288 Sep 16, 2007
Too Scared to Sign Name wrote:
After reading here; I have a feeling that anyone you come in contact with has thoughts of getting a restraining order put out against you. You are one scary and creepy person.
Do so at your own risk.
If I were you, I'd be just as worried about those guys (a few posts above) that run the dating web sites getting your real name and ISP location (which in many cases is close enough to where you live for them to get your address).

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