Callner must be removed from office and, hopefully put in jail! Our judicial br, as typified by the likes of Joel Penoyar, is a disgrace and Callner is to blame.
For these reasons I have filed a “Suggested Rule” in accordance with the WA State Supreme Court’s rule making procedures. This rule will put these corrupt public servants on notice that we want them to do their job that is entrusted to them or be removed.
Expedited RequestThis Suggested Rule is needed to correct substantive flaws in the existing architecture of the courts which breed fraud, deceit, favoritism, prejudice and render the notion of a ‘fair and impartial’ hearing more myth than reality.Suggested Rule:Citizen’s right to call a Grand Jury.An aggrieved citizen who has suffered a claimed injustice resulting from conduct by any lawyer who holds any public office or franchise within the state, or any office in any corporation created by the authority of the state, may call a Grand Jury to present evidence of such lawyers misconduct. The Grand Jury shall be selected as in RCW 2.36 and then perform its regular functions prescribed by RCW 10.27.100 et.seq. to end of chapter.In addition, any citizen may call a Grand Jury and said Grand Jury has the sole authority to remove any public officer who holds any public office or franchise within the state, or any office in any corporation created by the authority of the state, if the aggrieved citizen has filed an information in accordance with RCW 7.56 and the public officer has not responded as required under RCW 7.56.050 and the Court has not removed such officer or started proceedings to remove such officer under RCW 7.56.050.This rule is necessary to codify the Constitutional rights of citizens as embodied in WA Constitution Article 1, Section 1, and to resolve the inherent conflict of interest that occurs when Members of the WA State Bar sit in judgment of their own conduct in either a judicial or quasi-judicial capacity. See RCW 2.28.030(1); See Canons of Judicial Conduct 2.11.Supporting facts:Citizen of WA State file thousands of complaints yearly against lawyers with the WA State Bar. Complaints run the gamut from fraud, misrepresentations, false reporting and other serious statutory violations and breaches of a lawyer’s oath of office. It is a fact that the WA State Bar dismisses nearly every complaint filed, and they dismiss these complaints without an investigation or public hearing.Citizen of WA State file hundreds of complaints yearly against judges and justices with the Commission on Judicial Conduct. Complaints run the gamut from fraud, misrepresentations, false reporting and other serious statutory violations and breaches of a judges/justices oath of office. It is a fact that nearly every complaint filed is dismissed by the Commission without an investigation or public hearing.Because lawyers are occupying ever more vital government positions within the legislature, executive, judicial branch and within administrative committees, boards, agencies, the lack of speedy procedural remedy available to citizens to exercise their oversight of the governments that serve them, and the lack of true regulatory functions by the WA State Bar and Commission on Judicial Conduct means that “lawyers” are becoming our government and by their common association in the WA State Bar, our government is, or will soon be, an extension of the Bar’s power.Submitted by:___Bill Scheidler________ on this Tuesday, November 12, 2013</font>