Monday, February 28, 2011
Judicial selections and appointments are flaud
Released, Monday, February 28, 2011, Letter to N.C. Senator Kay Hagan
Talk of the Town 919 610-5255
Friday, May 22, 2009
The Honorable U.S. Senator,
Ms. Kay Hagan, Esq.
521 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Dear Madame Hagan:
Notwithstanding former Chief Judge Judge Burley Mitchell is helping you with the possible selection of a U.S. Supreme Court Nominee from North Carolina, I believe, like many, in the African-American Community, that his selection would be biased and unfair.
Not only did Judge Mitchell, support I Beverly Lake, Jr., a Republican, whose father was an avowed racist, over eventual Chief Judge, Henry Frye, the First African-American Chief Judge in North Carolina, Lake has not been a proctector of the Constitution.
A case of Young v. North Carolina, was presented to the Exum, Mitchell, Easley, Lake judicial system in North Carolina, and although a unique Free Speech, First Amendment Right case, it was denied on Mitchell’s Court-watch, and whose Clerk was Ripley Rand, son of Tony Rand, a North Carolina Senator.
A Writ of Certiorari to that N.C. Supreme Court was denied by I Beverly Lake, Jr., founder of the Actual Innocence Project, yet the case was docketed in U.S. Supreme Court 92-6940, but not heard, nor was an attorney appointed to protect a North Carolina’s black citizen’s individual, protected and civil rights, under the State or U.S. Constitutions.
A similar case on point: Nichols v. Chacon, 110 Fed 2d. 1099, became the law of the land [W.D. Ark, 2000] on the issue of "Finger Gesture" as protected symbolic speech, just like arm bands, and cross burning, and flying the flag upside down. Until the matter is corrected and a remedy provided, I remain a second class black citizen in North Carolina, and seek your assistance.
I believe your search for a judicial selection from North Carolina might start with Frank Whitney, or Allison Duncan.
Thank you for permitting our U.S. Attorney George Holding, [notwithstanding a Republican] and now heavily into prosecuting corruption in North Carolina to remain.
cc: Mitchell, Lake, Rand, Frye