To the editor:
Approximately 25 years ago I belonged to an organization named HALT.(Help Abolish Legal Tyranny). The original purpose of HALT was to be an adversary to all corrupt and criminal practices in the U.S. judicial system.
I was arrested in the St. Clair County courthouse for wearing a HALT sandwich board that read – Wanted, Access to Justice. I got it.
Lawyers infiltrated into HALT and finally were successful in placing a lesbian lawyer as the CEO. Subsequently, the purpose of HALT became the promotion of the lesbian cause. I canceled my membership. HALT died.
For many years I have respected and supported an organization named Common Cause. Recent events cause me to suspect that it has also been infiltrated by lawyers bent on using Common Cause to promote their criminal enterprise.
In the guise of acting for the common cause of all U.S. residents, Common Cause, et al petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a complaint against Illinois Supreme Court Justice Lloyd Karmeier.
The complaint states that Karmeier has a conflict of interest in that he accepted financial support in a recent election from the defendant in the lawsuit, Avery vs. State Farm.
Karmeier does not stand alone in the crusade against lawyers who are raping this nation by using the Illinois judicial system as their surrogate. Many ordinary, cognizant Illinois residents who have no affiliation with either side are joining Karmeier to defeat this tyranny in Illinois justice.
I am disappointed that the U.S. Supreme Court did not hear the petition by Common Cause et al. Through the years the Court has had many opportunities to slam the evil empire of lawyers that subjugates our justice system.
Why did a lawyered up U.S. Supreme Court allow this once in a lifetime opportunity to go by?
Charles D. Sullivan
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