Browsing All Posts filed under »Restraining order abuse«

Terse Reviews of Arizona Judges I’ve Been Disappointed with So Far (with Critiques of a Couple of Arizona Attorneys and a Police Task Force Tacked On)

May 2, 2019

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What follow are brief reviews of judges the writer had during 12 years of prosecutions (2006–2018) prompted by a vindictive liar (see this post’s third endnote), her husband, and a cohort of theirs. All allegations introduced against the writer during the previous decade by the three—and some that reach back over a dozen years—were discredited […]

Police Report Filed against Nurse Micah Doris for Suspected Violation of a Restraining Order

April 26, 2019

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Micah Jarrett Doris, 46, evidently contacted me in February in probable violation of a restraining order issued by the Arizona Superior Court last year. I reported the contact to the police this week after ascertaining who and where this guy was, which wasn’t easy. Mr. Doris, a “family nurse” practicing in Rochester, New Hampshire, texted […]

What Bully Agents Don’t Understand about Court Process, a Tutorial Inspired by Pajama Pundits and Other Sanctimonious Snipers

April 21, 2019

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In recent weeks, I was text-messaged by an apparent supporter of my false accusers of over a decade, a man called Micah Doris. This post is inspired by him as well as by worthier subjects of censure, like critics of those who complain of the costs and consequences of court procedures that invite inflated allegations […]

Conscripted Creeps: A Look at How False Accusation Coerces Aggression by Strangers, Inspired by Nurse Micah Doris (Who Would Seem to Feel Misconduct During a Child Rape Trial Is Excusable)

March 14, 2019

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Contrary to what the reader might expect, this post isn’t about the ability of any moral zero to induce a court to believe whatever s/he wants it to about a target of his or her malice. Rather it’s about the power of false accusation to turn what might otherwise be ethical people into creeps (or […]

THOU SHALT NOT: A Consideration of the Biblical Commandment against False Witness Inspired by Dr. Ray Bredfeldt, an Ex-Deacon Who Deserves to Go to Hell

February 21, 2019

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This post is inspired by Dr. Ray Bredfeldt, a physician who purports to be a man of faith. By means of one lowlife attorney and then a second equally unscrupulous one, whose conduct during a rape trial attained minor notoriety, Dr. Bredfeldt and his son and daughter-in-law sought to have me wrongfully imprisoned while my […]

A Brief Reckoning of the Tolls of False Accusation Inspired by Liberal Prats Who “Wonder,” What’s the Big Deal?

January 28, 2019

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The word wonder in the title of this post is sleeved in quotation marks because the perspectives of self-styled “social justice advocates” aren’t those of critical thinkers but those of religious zealots. That people, particularly women, never lie about fear or abuse, and that even if they do (note the contradiction of the overarching tenet), […]

Undocumented Immigrants and “Women’s Law”: Reflections on Liberal Incoherence

September 14, 2018

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The plight of undocumented immigrants has become a banner cause for the liberal left. They don’t comprehend the law; they just reckon detaining people for being in this country without official leave is cruel—and maybe unconstitutional. Welcome to the United States civil justice system, the same civil justice system whose criminalization of its own citizens […]