Today, the WA State Supreme Court Justices, Madsen, Owens, Stephens, Gonzales and Yu, in a unanimous decision ruled to deny hearing any of Scheidler’s arguments and responses in the matter Scheidler v Ellerby, and therefore, by default, favor their fellow Bar Associate, Scott Ellerby, Esq. The Justices also felt the need to SANCTION Scheidler again — clearly the first sanction of $132000 wasn’t enough to shut Scheidler up in claiming the ‘judicial branch’ is corrupt, and that judges and lawyers violate laws and their own rules without consequence. Scheidler is objecting to the SANCTION and will file a CJC grievance.
Clearly there is something wrong if a citizen has to argue that judges and lawyers violate the law by having to plead his case to judges and lawyers. The very circumstance in seeking an impartial court when there are no “impartial decision makers” speaks directly to the nature of this corruption. Of course I made this claim in my petition to the Supreme court, because there is a law that controls in such situations, it is RCW 2.28.030(1) and states — a person cannot serve as judge if he/she has a direct interest in the case. But the Supreme Court simply said they would not hear this argument and therefore evade this “conflict”. In essence they neither admitted nor denied the allegation, they just “ignored it” and sanctioned me for daring to raise the allegations.
The Justices’ denial of my due process right of “petition” by rendering Article 1, Section 4 -The RIGHT OF PETITION, irrelevant by not hearing the petition is the “legal establishments” only tactic – continue to thumb their nose at the law. The alternative is to admit they “violate the law and their own rules”. In a sense the WA State Supreme Court Justices have “taken the 5th” in refusing to address my “petition” as it would “incriminate them”. Their backs are against the wall and they only have “deceit and intimidation” as their strategy. To do anything honorable will open the flood gates and send them all to jail.
But I’m not going away, I’m only getting stronger and more determined to take-on these criminals … as it is today, our “justice system” is far from being “just.”