Do you think judicial corruption is destroying children and families?

Posted: October 24, 2010 in Uncategorized
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If you think the judges of the First Judicial District are corrupt and ruining the lives of children and families in Northern New Mexico (and apparently there are some who do), then there is a meeting Monday night just for you.

According to a flyer dropped off in my mail box at The New Mexican on Friday, it is the charter meeting of “Citizens Exposing Judicial Corruption That Destroys Children and Families” … or CEJCTDCF, I suppose.

To the groups credit, the flyer includes the notation “We’ll come up with a neater name at the meeting.”

Click the image to read the whole flyer.

Others in the media have recently received an e-mail with the following text:

A charter meeting of citizens whose children and families have been unfairly and unjustly impacted by judges in First District Family Court will take place Monday October 25 at 7 pm in the Community Room of the Santa Fe Main Library. All who are interested in joining together as an activist assocation are encouraged to attend. More information from 231-8093.

The group is hoping to form a 503(c)3 non-profit organization comprised of people that “seek accountability, responsibility and transparency from our judiciary. We are tired of bias, gag orders, ex parte communications, perjury and prejudice toward one party. We intend to rout out corrupt judges and their appointed courtiers and to put an end to their actions above and outside the law.”

That’s about all I know of the meeting. I will not be attending Monday night, unfortunately, but welcome an update from anyone there to see what exactly is driving this group. Feel free to post here or e-mail me at ggrammer@sfnewmexican.com.

The meeting is Monday (Oct. 25) at 7 p.m. in the community room of Santa Fe’s main library on Marcy Street.

Comments
  1. geoffgrammer says:

    The group, I’m told, has registered with the New Mexico Attorney General as an activist organization and is calling itself Stop Court Abuse of Children (SCAC). It plans to put up a website shortly and will meet again from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Nov. 6 at the main Library off Marcy Street.


    Geoff Grammer
    ggrammer@sfnewmexican.com

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