Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Monday, October 26, 2020
KKK & the Courts
ILLUMINATING HIDDEN TRUTHS
IN THE SECRET COURTS
Weidner vs. City of Racine
Judge Chad Kerkman
KERKMAN'S KOURT OF KAOS
maintains secrets from the public!
Watch Talking Racine:
Saturday, October 24, 2020
From: Harry Wait <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, Oct 23, 2020 at 4:37 PM
Subject: censoring of comments
To: Stephanie Jones <Stephanie.Jones@journaltimes.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
equity? pffft There is a reason why this judge is nicknamed "Robber" Weber. Within Weber's municipal court there lies a very troubling and cozy relationship between the city's attorney office and the judge. This relationship is so toxic and convoluted that court records were destroyed. When court files were requested for an appeal, appellant was informed that no records exist for the case. Weber in conjunction with city attorney Nhu Tran fined defendant over $50,000 for minor building code violations.. The appeal case was docketed as case Racine County Circuit Court case 2019CV001357 where the case was dismissed with prejudice. Weber is a special kind of "robber" for the city read more here: https://racinecountycorruption.blogspot.com/search?q=jim+mcclain
Friday, October 23, 2020
Days before the state declined to give the Foxconn Technology Group tax credits for work done in 2019, officials wrote that the Mount Pleasant facility "may be better suited for demonstration purposes rather than as a viable commercial glass fabrication facility."
The memo casting doubt on the project states the Foxconn facility "if operational, would be the smallest Generation 6 (factory) operating anywhere in the world. It is less than one-twentieth the size of the promised Generation 10.5 project and would employ, if it ever became fully operational, only a small fraction of the local residents who WEDC expected to be employed."
The Oct. 7 memo was first reported by The Verge and confirmed by officials at the Department of Administration. The Verge is a technology news website operated by Vox Media.
Maricella’s Last Breath: She died alone in a cell at 16. Officials said they were devastated. They didn’t say they did anything wrong.
Rory Linnane, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
In her cell at the Racine County Juvenile Detention Center, she drew the word “breath” big among clouds and stars on a poster she hung next to the calendar where she crossed off the days.
The drawing was next to her on the wall when she took her last breath sometime after 10:42 p.m. Dec. 10, 2017.
Nearby was a crumpled piece of paper. It said: “I’m going crazy in this place.”
On her desk were journals and poetry. “Everybody got a story that needs to be told,” she wrote. “So here I go with mine. Ready set and go.”
Maricella was 16. She never had the chance to share her story with the world, grow up with her little brother, frame her photography or fulfill her dream of helping other survivors of trafficking.
Five days after Maricella died by suicide, officials responsible for her care issued a brief news release.
“The juvenile was found unresponsive in her cell during the night,” they wrote. They said they were devastated. They said children in their care were like family.
They didn’t say what records would later reveal — that jail guards were late to check on Maricella the night she died, that she had been isolated despite national guidance against such a practice, and that her death involved a suicide hazard in her cell that staff knew was dangerous.
A Milwaukee Journal Sentinel examination of hundreds of documents, including medical records, police reports and court transcripts, shows authorities repeatedly failed Maricella, not only in her final days but for years before that. County workers often didn’t find her proper mental health care. Police downplayed her reports of sexual assault. A judge ordered her jailed the night she escaped traffickers.
Throughout this story, click [highlighted] phrases to learn about steps recommended by experts to better serve young people like Maricella.
In jail, Maricella attempted suicide multiple times. During that time, she told officials she needed more help than she was getting in detention.
Even in death, Maricella didn’t get the full attention of authorities.
State corrections officials did not produce a full report on her death. Instead, a corrections inspector sent a two-page letter to jail officials 464 days after she died, praising them for doing an “excellent job” providing mental health care to jail workers who responded to the suicide. The report said nothing about the lack of mental health services for Maricella.
Maricella’s mother, Cynthia Casillas, shared medical and legal records with the Journal Sentinel, saying she hoped her daughter’s story could help others so that “another parent does not have to go through the tragedy we’re living."
Nine days before Maricella died, she had almost died the same way. She had tied clothing around her neck and through the holes in her bunk.
Even though some experts say bunks should be banned from cells because they pose a suicide risk, no one got Maricella a safer bed or removed the unused bed from her cell. She died tied to the upper bunk.
One of the last entries in her journal said: “I know a lot of people going through a harder struggle then me. So why am I trippin.”
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**This story has been updated to include comment from researcher Christopher Mason and to clarify information about the effects of heating coronaviruses.
How about cutting Butterball's many assistants? Can he even lift a Big Mac to his lips without aid?
Sunday, October 18, 2020
Saturday, October 17, 2020
Friday, October 16, 2020
and the KKK
Kerkman’s Kourt of Konfusion
Sandy Weidner again trapped
in alleged secret court proceedings conducted by
Korrupt Kerkman Kourt
ILLUMINATING HIDDEN TRUTHS
Kerkman Kauses Khaos
Judge Chad Kerkman Kreated Khaos and konfusion on October 7th, 2020
by having a dedicated YouTube channel available for the interested public to safely oversee live court proceedings. Kerkman knowingly and willingly choose not to not to broadcast (live stream) the court proceedings.
Kerkman pulled the Kurtains and blacked out kourt proceeding to the interested public via You Tube.
Korrupt Kerkman Kenosha
Korrupt Kerkman Kourt
(His other KKK wardrobe is in the closet)
On October 7th, 2020, Sandy Weidner was again a victim of a scam within the Korrupt Kourts Konducted by Judge Kerkman.
Zoom and You Tube platforms were established and implemented for use for the Circuit Courts by the Wisconsin Supreme Court in the spring of 2020.
6 months later, Kerkman continues to remain in defiance of Wisconsin Supreme Court requests to broadcast (livestream) court proceedings.
There lacks any consistency, uniformity or repeatability of conducting court proceedings concerning public oversight within the Wisconsin Circuit Court system.
How is the public to know whether they can attend court proceedings in person or must use
video live streaming?
So, did Korrupt Kerkman violate the
First Amendment Rights
of all 5.82 million Wisconsin citizens
making the State of Wisconsin and
Kerkman personally ripe for class action in Federal court by not live streaming the courts hearing?
Korrupt Kerkman provided Zoom codes to the litigants to participate during the court proceedings but failed to
provide any video participation to the public.
Take notice of the CONFIDENTIAL watermark.
Judge Kerkman is in a most vile and despicable way,
a pompous ass, scofflaw and deviant judge
unworthy of public service.
So again Sandy Weidner is a victim of
committed by members of the kourt
KORRUPT KERKMAN KOURT
Lets face it, It was a tossup comparing Kerkman to the KKK or the Nazi's
being they both enjoyed conducting secret court
For more information, click on the following:
Sandra Weidner vs. City of Racine
Racine County Circuit Court case # 17CV1644
Thursday, October 15, 2020
Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Believe it or not, Stan Herd said finding the right plot of land is just as time-consuming as the artwork itself.
The 70-year-old Kansas artist, once called the "Father of Crop Art" by CBS news anchor Dan Rather, has been crafting massive designs into fields since the early 1980s. But he's on a new mission now, engineering messages promoting the Joe Biden campaign, not coincidentally in swing states Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
In Wisconsin, Herd wanted a property large enough for a pro-farmer message and close enough to air traffic patterns where travelers will see the work from above. With that in mind, he reached out to Neil and Jennifer Young about their 180-acre property in the Village of Yorkville in Racine County.
"We've done some work with the local Democratic Party and had some fundraisers for Tammy Baldwin on our farm," Jennifer said. "We got a call that there's a crop artist interested in finding a place about 2 to 3 acres, and they explained what they wanted to do. We walked over to some places that we thought would be good, and the perfect place is in our hay field.