Attorney Zena Crenshaw-Logal*, Executive Director of NFOJA’s corporate sponsor and a NFOJA Co-Administrator, addressed what was described as the “Myth of America’s Unaccountable Judiciary” during the first half of Progress In The World, an internet radio broadcast hosted by Walter Davis of Marketing Strategies of California. To listen and join the related NFOJA discussion~~~>
Gone viral is the video of a Family Court judge in Florida, tongue- lashing a woman described as a domestic violence victim.
NFOJA (National Forum On Judicial Accountability) reached out for a comment on the clip by Dr. Jill Jones-Soderman who recently joined the board of directors for NFOJA’s nonprofit corporate sponsor known as THE LAW PROJECT @www.njcdlp.org
As Founder and Executive Director of Foundation for the Child Victims of the Family Courts, Dr. Jones-Soderman is no stranger to family courts across America. Here is her comment:
“Judge Gerri Collins has reached a new nadir, if that is possible, in a division of the court system widely known for depraved indifference to human life, in the course of their daily practice. The level of pompous grandiosity assumed by family court judges when associating with a perceived slight to their authority reaches a level of diagnosable clinical delusion disorder.”
PhD, MSW, MSHS
Executive Director – FCVFC
JUDICIAL ACCOUNTABILITY ADVOCATES: Meetings are proceeding well between constituents and U.S. Representatives as part of the Opt IN USA campaign. Participants are reporting that congressional staffers seem quite interested in their concerns.
We are making clear that the problem of unchecked judicial misconduct in America has become a constitutional and international human rights crisis.
We need as many people as possible to deliver the Opt IN USA Congressional Information Package to the closest district office of their U.S. Representatives we have yet to reach.
As to the members of Congress who have received our material, we need fellow constituents to join their Opt IN USA ambassador in:
1. a follow-up letter requesting an update from the member of Congress who was visited;
2. at least two (2) online meetings to compile known evidence of judicial misconduct in their state;
3. an investigation request to the judiciary committee of their state legislature and the U.S. Attorney for their district in anticipation of being part of a national investigation request to the U.S. House Judiciary Committee; and
4. an Opt IN USA support request to your U.S. Senator(s).
**To learn more and arrange to be part of our district office meetings, please visit Opt IN USA @www.thethirddegree.net
**To be part of follow-up for these states and districts, please Contact Us via www.thethirddegree.net
> Alabama (5th Dist. – Rep. Mo Brooks);
> Indiana (1st Dist. – Rep. Pete Visclosky);
> New Mexico (2nd Dist. – Rep. Steve Pearce);
> New York –
(14th Dist. – Rep. Joseph Crowsley)
(17th Dist. – Rep. Nita Lowey)
(18th Dist. – Rep. Sean Maloney)
> Ohio (6th Dist. – Rep. Bill Johnson)
> Pennsylvania (13th Dist. – Rep. Brendan Boyle);
> Tennessee (1st Dist. – Rep. Phil Roe);
> Texas (24th Dist. – Rep. Kenny Marchant)
> Virginia (7th Dist. – Rep. Dave Brat)
Opt IN USA Campaign Coordinators