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An alarming trend is spreading across the Nation from an epicenter on the Colorado FrontRange ~ centered in Jefferson County, Colorado ~ reputed to be one of the most corrupt counties in the country.
This center of government corruption is home to the Columbine Tragedy, the Jon Bennet Ramsey Murder, the Jeff Truax Murder, the Ishmael Mena Murder, the Laura Kriho Controversy, the Mark Paulter Fraud, the Denver Spy Files and myriad allegations of high level government corruption including the FBI and CIA. This site contains yet another in a lengthening list of government abuses against its Citizens. http://courtofpublicopinion.net/PDF/CourtFiles/04CR2541/AFP%20Report.pdf
The courts are acting strange, lawyers have run amok, the police have become malignant and the central government appears to be careening out of control. What is causing these problems? How do we fix them?
To provide full disclosure of both sides of several legal issues and to note the raging epidemic of unconcealed nepotism, Secret Societies, Mystery Religions, Satanic Cults and epidemic governmental corruption and the cover-ups actively conducted by highly paid public officials in powerful positions of Public Trust.
U.S. v. Lee, 106 U.S. 196, 220 1 S. Ct. 240, 261, 27 L. Ed 171 (1882)
Judges enjoy a highly revered stature in the people’s minds (all the people) due to the role they play in preserving social equilibrium. They restore rights from those who have illegally taken them and return them back to those from whom these rights had been taken. Being the custodians and guardians of the people’s rights, freedom and dignity, they deserve the great veneration and esteem the people bestow on them. The esteem the judiciary enjoys is common in the Arab society, in general, and in the Iraqi society, in particular. The Iraqi people highly have esteemed the judiciary since Hammurabi’s Obelisk was erected in 2100 BC declaring justice to the people. The Hammurabi law entrusted Hammurabi, the King of Babylon (the sixth king of the Amorite Dynasty), to make sure that justice is done. Declaring the reasons behind this law, the great king said:
“I, Hammurabi, the pious prince who fears God, (promulgate this law) to spread justice in the country, destroy those who commit thins and evils so that the powerful shall not oppress the weak, and for me to shine like the sun over the people and to lighten the country…”.
Before Islam, the Arabs gave justice the same highly esteemed position. They entrusted justice administration to priests and fortune-tellers who acted as judges Examples of those priests and fortune-tellers are Soteih Alze’bi, known as Soteih al-Kahen (or priest Soteih), and Shaq Anmar. Those priests and fortune-tellers assumed the role of judges in the belief that the priest had a jinn follower who would tell him everything. So, the priest would reach the truth through that jinn and the truth would lead him to justice, which the people expect from him. A fortune-teller would reach justice in his judgment through his insight and intelligence.
Besides the priests and fortune-tellers, justice had been undertaken by the chiefs and sages of the tribes before Islam. When a man distinguished himself in a tribe he would rule the tribe and undertake justice. It was by this way that Abu Talib, the Prophet’s uncle, assumed his role as a judge. Hashem ben-abd-Manaf and his sons Abdullah ben-Hashem and Abdul Mutallib ben-Hashem (the latter is Abu Taleb’s father) undertook justice in Quraish, the tribe to which the Prophet belongs. Quraish at that time undertook arbitration among the Arab tribes. Among the Arab judges who became famous at that period was ‘Amer ben-a'-Darb and Aktham Ibn-Sayfi, the famous Arab sage, who was considered the best ruler at his time.
When Islam’s message dawned over the world, the new religion conferred on justice an elevated position that surmounted its position before Islam. Judging among the people means playing a role of God. According to the Quran, judging rests only with God”. God also says “Oh, David! We did indeed make thee a vicegerent on earth: so judge thou between men in truth (justice)”. At the outset of Islam, justice was administered by the Messenger of God, the Prophet, (peace be upon him). So, with the Arab Prophet himself acting as a judge, can there be a position more venerable than justice administration? God orders Prophet Muhammad “Judge between them (the people) by what God hath revealed, and follow not their vain desires, diverging from the truth that hath come to thee. To each among you have We prescribed a law and an open way”.
After the great Prophet, the justice was administered by the nation’s great men; the Caliphs Omar Ibn-el-Khattab and Ali Ibn-abi-Taleb, the latter being considered the most informed of the Prophet’s companions and the most fair judge. According to the Prophet “Ali is the best judge”. Caliph Omar Ibn-el-Khattab sought God’s help when a problem was not solved by Ali.
Later, with Islam entering other nations, justice was administered by elite of the Islamic society. It became impossible for the Caliph to decide by himself on the Muslims’ affairs due to the huge responsibilities he shouldered. Therefore, the judicial branch was separated from the responsibility for State’s general affairs. This happened at the reign of the just Caliph Omar Ibn-el-Khatab who is considered the first one who separated the judicial authority from the executive authority, if the term applies here. He appointed Abi-a-Darda’a as the judge of al-Madina; Sharih as the judge of Basra; and Abu Mussa al-Asha’arie as the judge of Koufa. These were the first specialized judges in Islam.Judges in the Islamic era were selected by the Caliphs themselves. The Caliphs were very careful in selecting the judges and provided them with all that was necessary to establish justice and support the oppressed. This is an evidence of the high place and esteem of the judge in Islam
The American system of jurisprudence changed without the People's knowledge or permission.
Now, we can see why the Founding Fathers found it necessary to prohibit religion and politics from interfering in each other's business.
Is anyone interested to know what happened to our Common Law?
Is anyone interested to know what happened to our Constitution?