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Postby mimi » Fri Aug 06, 2010 7:45 pm

Watchdog: We'll seek Kagan's disbarment and impeachment


Complaint alleges Obama's new Supreme Court appointee lied to Senate


Posted: August 06, 2010


12:55 am Eastern





By Bob Unruh


© 2010 WorldNetDaily

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A formal complaint has been submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court asking that Elena Kagan – the bench's newest occupant – be disbarred, and an attorney who submitted the request for a criminal investigation into her statements said the effort will be expanded also to seek her impeachment, following the Senate's 63-37 approval of her appointment today.





"On behalf of Freedom Watch and Declaration Alliance, and as a member of the U.S. Supreme Court bar, I hereby file a complaint to disbar Elena Kagan from practice before the U.S. Supreme Court and for referral to the U.S. Department of Justice for criminal investigation and for obstruction of justice," wrote Larry Klayman, president of Freedom Watch.





The letter was dispatched to Chief Justice John Roberts as well as Justices Antonin Scalia, Anthony Kennedy, David Souter, Clarence Thomas, Ruth Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer and Samuel Alito.




The letter said Kagan, while associate White House Counsel in the Clinton White House, "falsified a medical report of the American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists (ACOG) in an intentional effort to mislead not just Congress and the White House concerning the efficacy and health risks of partial birth abortion, but also to mislead the various federal courts and the U.S. Supreme Court which ultimately relied on this falsified medical report."


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The Return of Larry Klayman


Submitted by Kyle on March 9, 2009 - 3:10pm





Back during the Clinton administration, Larry Klayman was, in the words of the Washington Post, “in the middle of most every Democratic scandal ricocheting through Washington”:





A once-obscure trade lawyer who founded his conservative "watchdog" group Judicial Watch in 1994, Klayman is suing the Clinton administration in 18 separate matters, alleging an array of government cover-ups related to such things as Commerce Department trade missions and the suicide of White House deputy counsel Vincent W. Foster.

Klayman was the source of countless harassing lawsuits against both the administration and the Clinton’s personally stemming from his own incessant hatred of both Bill and Hillary Clinton and the fact that he is, as Jacob Weisberg says, completely “off his rocker”:





This became abundantly evident when I went to interview him at his Washington office this week. After attempting to ascertain whether I was a Clinton spy or worked for Salon magazine ("in our view, a front for the Clinton administration"), Klayman told me that "private investigator types" working for Clinton have been spotted "casing" his office. With darting eyes and barely repressed rage, he alleged that administration secret police keep files on him. He went on to tell me that Ron Brown was probably murdered because of what he knew about various administration scandals. Alleging the existence of forensic evidence of murder, he explained, "Everybody in that lab believed there was a round hole the size of a .45 caliber bullet." (In one TV interview, Klayman suggested the killer was "perhaps the president himself.") The Brown cover-up is the subject of one of the 18 lawsuits Klayman has filed against the administration. Another concerns the investigation into the death of Vince Foster, who Klayman thinks may also have been murdered.

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And yet another nut to the mix.

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Postby twinx » Fri Aug 06, 2010 7:57 pm

In one TV interview, Klayman suggested the killer was "perhaps the president himself."

I'd love to see the 'tick-tock' on that.3.13: The President posed for photographs with (named dignitaries)3.17: The President took a call from the Premier of Australia.3.21: The President popped out and, following a brief argument despatched Mr Ron Brown with a clean shot to the head.3.31: The President ate a Tuna Salad Sandwich...

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Postby mimi » Fri Aug 06, 2010 8:04 pm

He sued his own mother.

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Postby milspec » Fri Aug 06, 2010 8:05 pm

Has Judicial Watch ever had a successful litigation?

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Postby verbalobe » Fri Aug 06, 2010 8:08 pm

[Paul Rolf] Jensen has also sued Judicial Watch Larry Klayman for slander (after briefly working on Klayman's ill-fated Florida Senate run in 2004).

[/break1]talkingpointsmemo.com/2010/04/attorney_paul_rolf_jensen_represents_birther_army.php]Link to TPM Jensen/Lakin article.

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Postby mimi » Fri Aug 06, 2010 8:20 pm

[Paul Rolf] Jensen has also sued Judicial Watch Larry Klayman for slander (after briefly working on Klayman's ill-fated Florida Senate run in 2004).

[/break1]talkingpointsmemo.com/2010/04/attorney_paul_rolf_jensen_represents_birther_army.php]Link to TPM Jensen/Lakin article.

haha! wonder how that worked out. These people are all crazy!I had pulled this stuff too:2007 article:

Larry Klayman, the lawyer for Wright, said the filing does not amount to an anti-Muslim action but maintained that the mosque sacrificed public safety. “The mosque is radical, the imam is radical,” Klayman said. “We believe they will go out and recruit people in the African-American community to do their bidding.”

Klayman also has brought cases against Dick Cheney, Osama bin Laden, Fidel Castro and the Teamsters, as well as his own mother.

[/break1]com/2007/05/where-are-they-now-larry-klayman-watch/]http://overlawyered.com/2007/05/where-a ... man-watch/

Larry Klayman Decries Evils of Litigation!And don't miss our next story, "Casanova: 'I'm a One-Woman Man.' " By Timothy NoahPosted Wednesday, April 3, 2002, at 5:13 PM ET

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The unhinged prose that followed responded to an item filed by Newsweek reporter Daniel Klaidman. Klayman did not dispute the fact that he is suing his mother, Shirley Feinberg. He claims his mom won't pay him back $50,000 he spent on private nurses for her mother, his grandmother, Yetta Goldberg, who died last August at 89. He did not want this suit to become public, but the Clintonites, he asserted, learned about it and leaked word to Newsweek. . . . It turned out that Klayman's own brother had gone to the press with the story rather than Clintonites. Weisberg reported that Klayman had brought the suit in the name of a collection agency that he owned rather than filing in his own name. The AP and others should be careful what they report, however. Klayman has sued more than one journalist whose reporting was perceived (by Klayman) to be defamatory or as portraying Klayman in a false light. The Judicial Watch website provides the text of complaints against David Segal of The Washington Post and Harvey Berkman of The National Law Journal. Klayman also complained of FOX News Channel's coverage of the suits, stating that "it is clear that Fox News is now on the run and is heading 'establishment mainstream left.'"

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Postby Loren » Fri Aug 06, 2010 8:37 pm

And here I thought the revival of this thread meant that somebody else was pointing out this:[attachment=0]WNDKlayman.jpg[/attachment]"Judges go wild!" is an "exclusive" editorial column by Larry Klayman, written for WND. At the bottom of the article, you can even follow a link to the "Larry Klayman Archive," which includes 48 columns written by Klayman for WND."Watchdog: We'll seek Kagan's disbarment and impeachment," meanwhile, is an article ABOUT Larry Klayman, making no mention that he is a regular WND columnist. Or that he personally is represented (or is currently representing) WND in its lawsuit against the White House Correspondents Dinner. A whole WorldNetDaily "news" article about Larry Klayman, with no hint whatsoever of his business or legal relationships with WorldNetDaily.

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Postby GreatGrey » Fri Aug 06, 2010 8:55 pm

Let me see. Just one day after the Senate votes 63-37 approval, this WingNut thinks he can get 66 votes to convict?To say nothing of getting 218 votes to impeach in the House?TeaBirfers are funny people. =))

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Postby realist » Thu Aug 12, 2010 4:13 pm

Klayman is proposing "citizens grand juries" to indict Justice Kagan...REALLY!!!





From WND,





By Bob Unruh

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Postby Sterngard Friegen » Thu Aug 12, 2010 4:42 pm

The RWNJs miss this limiting language:





The grand jury requires no authorization from [highlight]its constituting court[/highlight] to initiate an investigation . . . nor does the prosecutor require leave of court to seek a grand jury indictment.

So, there is a "constituting court" that has to establish a particular grand jury. Not a bunch of loons who call themselves "We the Nutjobs People."

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Postby mimi » Thu Aug 12, 2010 5:06 pm

Yeah, but Klayman is an attorney. He is just riling up the people. He knows what he's doing. Can he be disbarred if he's involved?

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Postby Sterngard Friegen » Thu Aug 12, 2010 5:14 pm

Yeah, but Klayman is an attorney. He is just riling up the people. He knows what he's doing. Can he be disbarred if he's involved?

It depends on what Krusty Klansman is doing. Remember that Orly Taitz went around organizing these vigilante grand juries a year and a half ago. And she's still living in her $5.5M house and driving her $120K Tesla. And she's still licensed to practice law (although what she does cannot be compared with practicing law).

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Postby chinacreekpj » Fri Jun 29, 2012 11:46 pm

Klayman says he's gonna get Justice Roberts to give him discovery which he will then give to a pitchfork mob to indict Obama?His latest blog entry on the top right side of my blog.whatevs

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Postby Piffle » Sat Jun 30, 2012 12:20 am

Klayman says he's gonna get Justice Roberts to give him discovery which he will then give to a pitchfork mob to indict Obama?





His latest blog entry on the top right side of my blog.





whatevs

Yeah, eggsactly, whatevs. Can you say, "self-promotion"?





But seriously, the Roberts who (Larry claims) is poised to grant him unbridled discovery is a different Roberts.


As previously reported by WND, my group Freedom Watch is pursuing a lawsuit before another judge named [highlight]Roberts, Judge Richard Roberts[/highlight] of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, which seeks to pry the lid off of the can of corruption that led to Obamacare’s passage. Obama and his leftist comrades held secret meetings behind closed doors with lobbyists from Planned Parenthood, the pharmaceutical companies and others who sought to line their pockets with political favors. This helps explain why Obamacare not only contains an illegal mandate, but actually furthers the killing of unborn babies, reduces competition in the pharmaceutical industry to lower prices for consumers, and other atrocities against our freedoms and rights. If I am correct, this Judge Roberts is poised to order Obama to come clean on these illegal meetings and allow discovery into this sordid affair.

I think ol' Larry is going to be disappointed to find that the Hon. Richard Roberts isn't quite the moronic stooge he portrays him as being.





But that's exactly what these hucksters do: They build up anticipations for something very important that they promise is all but inevitable -- hinging their faith in a judge presumed to be "honest". They take a snippet from a ruling or a quote from the bench as demonstrating that this judge really "gets it". And when the house of cards falls, it's an outrage. Not to mention another PayPal moment.





Bleah!

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Postby chinacreekpj » Sat Jun 30, 2012 12:22 am

Yeah, eggsactly, whatevs. Can you say, "self-promotion"?

Yeah, Klayman's really good at it. :lol:

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Postby aarrgghh » Sat Jun 30, 2012 3:05 am

[highlight]If I am correct[/highlight], this Judge Roberts is poised to order Obama to come clean on these illegal meetings and allow discovery into this sordid affair.

he almost had me there for a second ... :bored:

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Postby AnitaMaria » Tue Sep 25, 2012 6:40 pm

:shock: [sekrit]The magistrate found that

on more than one occasion [Klayman] act[ed] in a grossly inappropriate manner with the children. His conduct may not have been sexual in the sense that he intended to or did derive any sexual pleasure from it or that he intended his children would. That, however, does not mean that he did not engage in those acts or that his behavior was proper.

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Postby Sterngard Friegen » Tue Sep 25, 2012 6:41 pm

Wow.

The magistrate heard evidence from the children’s pediatrician who reported allegations of sexual abuse to children services, and from a social worker at children services who found that sexual abuse was “indicated.” Although the social worker’s finding was later changed to “unsubstantiated” when Klayman appealed, the magistrate explained that the supervisor who changed the social worker’s finding did not testify. The magistrate pointed out that he was obligated to make his own independent analysis based upon the parties and the evidence before him. In doing so, the magistrate found

on more than one occasion [Klayman] act[ed] in a grossly inappropriate manner with the children. His conduct may not have been sexual in the sense that he intended to or did derive any sexual pleasure from it or that he intended his children would. That, however, does not mean that he did not engage in those acts or that his behavior was proper.

{¶26} The magistrate further found it significant that although Klayman denied any allegations of sexual abuse, he never denied that he did not engage in inappropriate behavior with the children. The magistrate further found it notable that Klayman, “for all his breast beating about his innocence * * * [he] scrupulously avoided being questioned by anyone from [children services] or from the Sheriff’s Department about the allegations,” and that he refused to answer any questions, repeatedly invoking his Fifth Amendment rights, about whether he inappropriately touched the children. “Even more disturbing” to the magistrate was the fact that Klayman would not even answer the simple question regarding what he thought inappropriate touching was. The magistrate stated that he could draw an adverse inference from Klayman’s decision not to testify to these matters because it was a civil proceeding, not criminal. {¶27} After reviewing the record, we find no abuse of discretion on the part of the trial court in overruling Klayman’s objections regarding the magistrate’s finding that Klayman inappropriately touched the children.


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Postby TexasFilly » Tue Sep 25, 2012 6:59 pm

Woah! Mr. Klayman is a disgusting pig. Professionally and personally. Those poor kids.

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Postby A Legal Lohengrin » Tue Sep 25, 2012 7:10 pm

Well, it would be truly shocking if the birfer Larry Klansman turned out to be a child molester.It would be equally shocking if any birfer ended up [/break1]com/fulltext?nxd_id=182622]convicted of such a crime.Certainly, no [/break1]thefogbow.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=8262]convicted child molesters are actually filing birfer suits from behind bars.Perhaps Larry Klansman can join this distinguished club.

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Postby PatGund » Tue Sep 25, 2012 7:13 pm

Well, it would be truly shocking if the birfer Larry Klansman turned out to be a child molester.It would be equally shocking if any birfer ended up [/break1]com/fulltext?nxd_id=182622]convicted of such a crime.Certainly, no [/break1]thefogbow.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=8262]convicted child molesters are actually filing birfer suits from behind bars.Perhaps Larry Klansman can join this distinguished club.

Charles Dyer. One of the few people I've written about that actually made me physically ill.What's sickening is that I still get hate mail from his supporters.

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Postby verbalobe » Tue Sep 25, 2012 7:56 pm

But but.... teh Kkklayman is a staunch pro-life, anti-homo, family-values guy!! This could never be! :-# :eek: :bag:

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Postby mimi » Tue Sep 25, 2012 8:03 pm

He's still writing for WND. I thought Joey Farah specifically pointed out that WND is a family oriented publication.


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