Massachusetts Committee to Legislate a Modified Missouri Plan to Appoint & Remove Judges

Based on the exclusive story at obamamuscles.comMassachusetts Judges: Impeachment, Election, or Modified Missouri Plan?

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Massachusetts Committee forming to legislate a modified Missouri Plan to appoint JudgesWe have been reporting almost every day on stories about bad Massachusetts Judges. In the news daily are stories about other biased judges and judges legislating from the bench. We have reported on the results of the efforts to impeach Massachusetts Judge Shirley R. Lewis, and accusations of bias against Massachusetts Judge Christopher J. Muse. The web is filled with stories about the First Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, Justice Roberts and how he enforced ObamaCare, arguably in an attempt to protect the image of that Court by showing that his political allegiances were not a factor in his decision.

While we can understand that the election process has its shortcomings when it comes to Judges, the facts are, Judges are political. There are Judges that should never have been appointed, and in Massachusetts, like most states, there is no way to get rid of bad judges.

Let’s face it, our current way of appointing Judges isn’t working. There is a proposed plan in that excellent story on obamamuscles.com which goes through the pluses and minuses of the election of judges. The plan, by the Founder of the Committee to Impeach Judge Shirley R. Lewis, is a simple proposal to update the 74 year old Missouri Plan. It offers an excellent compromise that ensures the autonomy of the Judiciary, while protecting us from bad Judges. Mr Torres’ proposed the following updates to the Missouri Plan:

The vast majority of our Judges are people who try to be impartial and fair. Having said that, Judges and Attorneys in my opinion, will, the vast majority of times, circle the wagons if you go after one of their own. The real problem is, how to best get a qualified Judge on the bench while keeping the safeguards in place to be able to make a Judge answerable to their constituents. One thing is for sure, anyone, including Judges, will do a far better job when they know that they will be fired if they don’t do their jobs well.

Lastly, we all have to remember that the power we give a Judge, is for all practical purposes, absolute and unchecked. I have been through the Appeals process and won. This is a process far beyond the affordability and knowledge of the citizenry. That process is not, in my opinion, a solution to a bad judge who should be removed.

The modifications:

  1. The commission to appoint judges should be comprised by elected officials, three attorneys and four non-attorneys.
  2. The one year confirmation election should be kept in place.
  3. That by partition of 10% of the area of County, State or Country where the judge presides, a special election for the removal of a judge would be held.
  4. That by partition of 5% of the area of County, State or Country where the judge presides, the judge would face a recall election in the next general election.

Mr Torres also stated:

While the percentage for the recall elections can and should be debated, this plan offers both an independent judiciary and a means to remove bad Judges. It also has some very desirable side effects like putting judges on notice that they are accountable for their actions, yet a good judge never faces an election.

We highly recommend you read the full story at  obamamuscles.com: “Massachusetts Judges: Impeachment, Election, or Modified Missouri Plan?

Be sure to visit our Modified Missouri Plan Forum and help us all find a better way to appoint Judges in Massachusetts, one that insures full accountability.

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5 Responses

  1. Mary LeClair says:

    I can’t believe this. Our whole family was part of the Impeachment of that Witch, Shirly Lewis. Jesse helped us and a bunch of people that were devastated by Lewis. Count us in if Jesse is involved. How can we help? Where can we meet? Where is the 1st demonstration?

    Mary.

  2. J. Mederos says:

    My daughter just called me about Jesse. It figures they would try to come after him. If it wasn’t for Jesse, we wouldn’t have watched my sons daughter grow up. I’m in Florida but will go back to the Cape early. How do I find out more about what and when. I will be there and everyone of us that Jesse helped should be there too.

  3. Lorraine K. says:

    My mother just called me to tell me about the Courts trying to screw Jesse. Has anyone been able to get in touch with Jesse? This “Missouri Plan” sounds like Jesse, always trying to do the right thing. Honestly, it sounds like something we should have done back in the 80s when we got rid of that b*!ch. Is there a mailing list? My kids will be excited to see Jesse again, they were small when we marched at the Courts and Statehouse. We will be there as soon as we know where and when.

  4. Justice A. Law says:

    To those posting here, I believe that they have put up a forum.newatchdogs.net for the purpose of getting orginized with this effort. While I don’t know Jesse like the others here, it does look like he has a very valid plan. This will be the talk of the Courts in Massachusetts I’ll bet.

  5. Manual M. says:

    Hey fellow Impeachers! I heard about this website from my sister. When are we meeting? I went to the forum like Justice said but didn’t see one. Where can I send a donation? I was just telling my grandchildren about that battle with Massachusetts and us. I will never forget how Jesse stood up to not just that Witch Lewis, but to the whole damn bunch of crooks in Massachusetts. I still laugh about when we demonstrated at the state house and Jesse’s Dad looked at the snow fence around the Statehouse (under construction). He said “we finally got all the crooks locked up”. Remember that? I will check in daily, and I will be there with friends and my grandchildren. M.

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