IN THE FIRST CIVIL COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION
Pauper Case No. : PD2
Probate Court Filed: September 25, 2012
(The Biggest Business in the World)
JUDGE “WE, THE PEOPLE…”, PRESIDING
So far, this federal lawsuit filed in the US District Court of Kentucky seems to be gaining traction. Considering the pro se litigant is typically summarily dismissed, it appears the magistrate has found good cause to demand responses from all Defendants.
Also, a legal mind with a substantial cirriculum vitae has blogged about the Conservatorship of John Daniel Tate confirming that Judge Randy Kennedy “pretended to terminate” the conservatorship.
Probate Judge Randy Kennedy: Nashville’s one-man wealth redistribution machine (TN) – Estate of Denial
Further orders entered in Kennedy’s court have left the conservatorship “open” and the conservator, David E. Tate, under fiduciary oath. This defies logic and common sense, shows an abuse of power, judicial retribution, and, most importantly, invokes distrust with the citizenry bringing the entire judiciary into disrepute.
Conservatorship/guardianship should never be adversarial. In the ex parte hearing, before Danny Tate had ever been in the court room, Judge Randy Kennedy announces this as a “contentious conservatorship”.
This reveals motive and why probate creates a legal fiction to justify their legalized racketeering. Advocate groups refer to it as “the protection racket”, i.e. looting of estates before one is in the grave under color of law and guise of protection.
Also, conservatorship/guardianship is not meant to be punitive. This, and all known conservatorships in the 7th Circuit Court, Davidson County at Nashville, TN, have exemplified just the opposite, proving egregiously punitive.
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