Thursday, February 12, 2015
Don't Be Deceived! You Should Be Very Suspicious Of Any Criminal Case That Lacks Technology In The Age Of Technology - Part 2? Why Are These Criminal Officers Of The Corrupt & Rigged Courts Charging You For Paper Copies When Everything Is Electronic? To Drive Up The Costs And To Force You To Plead Guilty, Right? That's Right, Isn't It? Common Criminal Stearns Co. Attorney Janelle Kendall Is Doing That In State Of Mn VS Robert Earl Rhoades Case No. 73-CR-13-5992, Isn't She? Corrupt Kendall Doesn't Want To Prove You Guilty, Does She? Corrupt Kendall Would Rather Break Your Will And Break You Financially, Wouldn't She? BCA & eFiling?
Have you heard the latest perversion of justice?
And all Israel heard of the judgment which the king had judged; and they feared the king: for they saw that the wisdom of God was in him, to do judgment. 1 Kings 3:28 KJV
So when they continued asking him, he lifted up himself, and said unto them, He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her. John 8:7 King James Version (KJV)
The latest perversion of justice is driving up costs of the defendant to break their will and force them to plead guilty, isn't it? It is, isn't it?
We do live in the age of technology, don't we? We do, don't we? In the age of technology these new electronic innovations are supposed to make the process easier, more efficient and cheaper, aren't they? They are, aren't they?
Gaslighting is a common and powerful interpersonal dynamic in a variety of different tactics and techniques both individuals and groups. Gaslighting is an important aspect in many brainwashing and indoctrination techniques employed by cults and by totalitarian fascist and communist regimes in their coercive management and oppression of political prisoners and prisoners of war. Gaslighting, The Double Whammy, Interrogation and Other Covert Control in Psychotherapy & Analysis, Theo L. Dorpat (Maryland: 2004), Page 6.
So that means if there are cost saving for the prosecutor, then those same cost savings should be passed on to the defendant, doesn't it? It does, doesn't it?
With the rise of the democracies and the dethronement and disempowering of previously powerful groups such as the military, the nobility, and the like, there has been a gradual shift from the conscious and explicit use of direct methods of interpersonal and social control to one that are more indirect, subtle, and covert. Gaslighting, The Double Whammy, Interrogation and Other Covert Control in Psychotherapy & Analysis, Theo L. Dorpat (Maryland: 2004), Page xviii.
However, if those cost savings created by things, like eFiling, are not being passed onto the defendant, then you know that the lack of judicial economy is willful & malicious, don't you? You do, don't you?
judicial economy - Legal Definition n. Efficiency in the management of a particular litigation or of the courts in general; refers to measures taken to avoid unnecessary effort or expense on the part of the court or the court system. Webster's New World Law Dictionary Copyright © 2010 by Wiley Publishing, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey. Used by arrangement with John Wiley & Sons, Inc http://www.yourdictionary.com/judicial-economy
BCA Agency Deployment Report
Agency Type: Prosecuting Authority
Name: Stearns County Attorney
Date Deployed: 4/15/2011
Last Adapter Used: LENS
A perfect example is State Of Mn VS Robert Earl Rhoades Case No. 73-CR-13-5992, isn't it? It is, isn't it? Even though common criminal Stearns Co. Attorney Janelle Kendall has eFiling capability, she charges Robert Earl Rhoades for paper copies of his evidence, doesn't she? She does, doesn't she?
Malicious costs for free electronic data add extra stress to the defendant, don't they? They do, don't they? When you add the malicious costs for free electronic data along with the additional stress caused by common criminal Stearns Co. Attorney Janelle Kendall's well-documented history of illegally withholding evidence in her trumped cases, then it becomes one huge mental burden, doesn't it? It does, doesn't it?
Consider the typical jury trial. For an innocent defendant, even a not guilty verdict is a loss. Although the innocent defendant has “won,” she has undergone arrest and (at least minimal) incarceration, spent money on premiums paid to bail bondsman, spent more money hiring a lawyer, withstood the inevitable public censure and suspicion, undergone the roller coaster ride of emotion during the protracted litigation, and will ever after suffer a stain on her reputation. For the innocent defendant, “not guilty” is a smaller loss than “guilty as charged,” but it is a loss nonetheless. For a guilty defendant, even a guilty verdict and a prison sentence can be a win. More than one guilty defendant facing a draconian sentence has celebrated when she was convicted of a lesser crime and sentenced to the maximum for a minor felony. George R. Dekle, Sr, Prosecution Principles: A Clinical Handbook (Thompson/West:2007), Page 65.
And even innocent people crack under huge amounts of stress, don't they? They do, don't they? And common criminal Stearns Co. Attorney Janelle Kendall is counting on that, isn't she? She is, isn't she?
Does that sound like justice? It doesn't, does it?
More to come
Don't Be Deceived! You Should Be Very Suspicious Of Any Criminal Case That Lacks Technology In The Age Of Technology, Shouldn't You? You Should, Shouldn't You? We Live In The Age Of eCourt, eFiling, eDiscovery, Squad Audio/Video, Squad Laptop Computers, Taser Video, Personal Audio Recorders, Body Cameras, Digital Cameras, Video Interrogation, State Of The Art Dispatch Traffic, Etc. Don't We? So One Of The Very First Questions You Should Ask Is: Is The Technology Missing From This Case, Right?
Racist Comment & Illegally Withheld Evidence In State Of Mn VS Robert Earl Rhoades Case No. 73-CR-13-5992? St. Cloud City Attorney Matthew Staehling Aiding & Abetting Stearns Co. Attorney Janelle Kendall In Cover-Up? St. Cloud's First Black Chief Of Police Wm. Blair Anderson Doesn't Want To Take Complaint Or Evidence Of Racist Statement? Nemmers Really Blindsided Corrupt St. Cloud On This One, Didn't He?