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Amazing work of Sherman Skolnik and the Citizen’s committee to clean up the courts

Posted on | January 28, 2013 | 5 Comments

Amazing work of Sherman Skolnik and the Citizen's committee to clean up the courts

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5 Responses to “Amazing work of Sherman Skolnik and the Citizen’s committee to clean up the courts”

  1. poetopoet
    January 28th, 2013 @ 12:47 pm

    Amazing!

  2. poetopoet
    January 28th, 2013 @ 12:47 pm
  3. Yoel
    January 29th, 2013 @ 1:56 am

    Skolnick did a lot of fine things, too bad he’s no longer around because we certainly do need people like him right now. When tracking down info, I’ve learned that legwork combined with face to face interviews will garner higher quality results, greater accuracy, uncover more leads, and produce much deeper info than the best info the internet can offer. To keep my investigative skills sharp, I used to painstakingly sift through stacks and stacks of public info and figure out who the birth parents of adoptees were, drive all over the countryside to speak to the blood relatives to be certain I was correct, and then reunite families. All work was performed free of charge. The last such investigation I performed was for a 38 year old female whose adoption records were under permanent seal. It took nearly a month to successfully complete the task, but it was very satisfying to realize that starting with one tiny 38 year old piece of what at times seemed to be an ever changing thousand piece puzzle, I was able to reconstruct the entire original puzzle. After a while, I developed a simplified and nearly foolproof system and applied it. Of all such cases I took on, I was tenacious, never once did I fail. Whenever I worked for weeks or months and began to feel like solving a case might be hopeless, I’d take a few days off. After resting and handling other matters, I felt refreshed and better able to concentrate, which allowed me to make good progress where I had previously failed due to burnout. Courthouse databases were of little help, but legwork always produced positive results because there was an old tidbit of info here, which led to a newer tidbit of info there, this one knew that one, someone recalls an old conversation with a former neighbor, someone’s children grew up with other children who remember so and so’s mom had looked to be full term but they’ve always wondered what happened because they never saw a new baby, and so forth and so on and pretty soon the whole picture became clear. Even very old microfilm records are usually complete, intact, easy to locate, and sharp. I learned that most electronic court case indexes contain MANY transcription errors and omissions. Whenever an issue arises, consult the chief clerk about whether or not they maintain backup systems not normally available to the public, such as duplicate docket record books or filing cards similar to the ones some libraries still use. There’s always a place where “hidden” info can be located, nothing is ever completely scrubbed, it just seems that way. Speaking to the eldest employee with the most experience at a records facility or locating a retiree can reveal info that younger employees don’t even know exists. The rampant corruption I’ve witnessed in courthouses is disgraceful. Many assistant clerks just come right out and ask for bribes to unseal and copy sealed records without any legal authority to do so. That’s unscrupulous and dangerous and I wouldn’t even consider paying. Reporting a corrupt employee to the chief clerk usually, but not always, results in an on the spot dismissal. Judges? Well, I can only name ONE that I know is honest and upstanding, that’s Marvin H. Shoob
    Senior Judge, United States District Court. Keep fighting, Doctor Taitz! Victory over tyranny is inevitable!

  4. American Fan of Orly
    January 29th, 2013 @ 4:23 am

    I talked with a Missionary from Kenya today, and he said that Obama was born in Kenya, in the same village where his many relatives live. Its common knowledge there…

  5. Tamera Martin
    January 29th, 2013 @ 3:59 pm

    Thank you for all your hard work!

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