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I don’t think, as I understand the case

I don’t think, as I understand the case, and as I understand these charges that have been filed against Killercop, that the mechanics, the technology, the capacity in a sophisticated way to use computers is really much of an issue in this case. I don’t think that’s what the trial is likely to focus on at all."~Judge A. Howard Matz, pre-trial of Killercop. 2002

MATZ SHOULD HAVE QUIT AT "I DON'T THINK..."

 

Goblins? Seriously.

Okay! Sounds like a prudent statement to me. Not!

A.K.A. The case of this is complex, not! Ask the experts!!


 

"ONLY ONE TRIBUNAL THAT EVER ADOPTED A PRACTICE OF FORCING COUNSEL UPON AN UNWILLING DEFENDANT IN A CRIMINAL PROCEEDING. THE TRIBUNAL WAS THE STAR CHAMBER." U.S. v FARETTA , 422 US 806 (1975)

OUTSIDE IT'S AMERICA.

WHAT WOULD BE THE CAPACITY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND OF THE COURTS TO SUPRESS THIS KIND OF SPEECH?" --Judge A. Howard Matz, PRE-TRIAL OF KILLERCOP

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EPIC CORRUPTION EXPOSED IN THE SECRET TRIAL OF KILLERCOP.com.

ANOTHER PERSONPERSON OF ANOTHER

Look, you know you have to look, there!! ABOVE!! It's "a person, on the left," and "the person of another," on the right.

Do you understand?

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"And this is NOT an unusual case. Okay!" ~Judge A. Howard Matz, 08.22.2002, Pretrial of Killercop


Judge: “It’s going to be 'somewhat' of an 'unusual' case. ~Judge A. Howard Matz,

Transcript of 09.02.2003

Page 8 Lines 22-25
Judge: “>It’s going to be 'somewhat' of an 'unusual' case given Killercop is proceeding pro per as a result of my decision to deem his prior conduct and course of conduct as a waiver of his 6th Amendment right to appointed counsel.

“This IS an unusual case and a lot of difficulties in this case,…” ~Judge A. Howard Matz

Transcript 09.26.2003

Page 24, Lines 2-14
Judge: “The somewhat tortured history of this case, as reflected by transcripts which I have gotten and reviewed in recent days or weeks..."

Page 55, Lines 4-16
"Right now I don’t think this case is ready for trial and much of the reason is not immediately attributable to you. Some of it is not attributable to you at all.

All of this mysterious confusion about what happened to the evidence that the government long ago disclosed to your prior lawyers would never have arisen if there never had been all of the efforts which are totally inappropriate or obstructive on your part to interfere with their work, but you’re not responsible for the fact that one lawyer didn’t turn over to the next lawyer what the lawyer was instructed to turn over to by me and agreed to turn over.

I’m going to get to the root of this one way or another because it’s absolutely unacceptable.  Mr. Reed is in no position to provide even Standby position that would be informed in terms of the evidence, if not in terms of the conduct a lawyer goes through and maneuvers and steps and strategies and conduct that a lawyer displays in representing a person at trial because he doesn’t even have the evidence. Now, we’re not going to trial on Tuesday. If you don’t waive any of your rights, we’ll go to trial a week later and I don’t think the Speedy Trial Act will be violated, but you have to tell me what you want to do.”

Page 59, Lines 9-10
Judge: “This IS an unusual case and a lot of difficulties in this case,…”

Page 62, Lines 13-20
Judge: “Now, Mr. Reed, I don’t know whether consistent with the law and the application of the Speedy Trial Act that the rights of a defendant would be protected if a jury were impaneled and the actual prosecution of the case, the opening statements, and the submission of evidence were to follow at some relatively brief interval after that. You are sitting here with a understandable worried look, if not a scowl on your face, and I understand why and I’m concerned about that.”

Page 75, Lines 3-8
Judge: “You can arrange for all subpoenas. I want the jury instructions that were previously agreed to, to make sure you make those available to Mr. Reed and I need a diskette, because I lost the one or we can’t find the one. There seems to be a goblin surrounding this case, and I want to fiddle with it so I would benefit from the diskette.

“This is an unusual case and it requires careful attention and careful responses...” ~Judge A. Howard Matz

Transcript 10.21.2003

Page 44, Lines 19-21
Judge: “This is an unusual case and it requires careful attention and careful responses, so you’re performing an important function.”


Killercop informed the court as far back as early 2002 that he had been tortured by the Manchester, New Hampshire police while the F.B.I. stood by and laughed. The court never inquired into this but used statements made during the torture against the accused in order to deny him bail. Even though he knew killercop was not guilty.

ALEX KOZINSKI COMMITS AND COVERED UP CRIMES

THEY ALL IGNORED THEIR OATHS, THE FACTS, THE RULES THE LAW AND THE 5TH AND 6TH AMENDMENTS AND PROCEEDED FORWARD WITH A SELECTIVVE PERSECUTION IN A SECRET HEARING.

A COVER UP BY JUDGE ALEX KOZINSKI

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