Tuesday, August 4, 2015


                                                 CHAPTER EIGHT

The Hateful Arrest and American Society's Outrageous Search for the Truth

     On October 9th 1984, the defendant, Frederick Alexander Jones, was arrested by the fraudulent use of extraordinarily vindicating medical records. At the arraignment, a new york legal aid society lawyer represented him without any suggestion that the defendant permitted him to do so.  This lawyer told the judge a very long list of lies that were a false story of a very long history of mental illness. Actually, the defendant never spoke to a psychiatrist nor a psychologist prior to that time. When the defendant attempted to speak to the judge, the judge became furious and angrily ordered him not to say a single word. "Your lawyer is representing you !" he yelled at the defendant. This demonstrated a criminal scheme, and the judge was complicit.
     Later that month, in a segregated area within a very massive atrium of prison cells, a very loud and very constant wheezing could be heard everywhere. The medical staff were apparently foreign nationals, and they denied to the defendant most of his asthma medications. He, for many weeks, was literally drowning, and nearly died on several occasions. It was generally known that a guilty plea would result in a change of prisons and adequate medical care. Moreover, the fraudulent use of the aforesaid medical records would not be sought to be disclosed by the defendant (personally) in a possible trial, if such a plea could be coerced.
     The criminal betrayal by the defense lawyer (The New York Legal Aid Society) had been made easy by the United States Supreme Court. Accordingly, earlier that year (May 14, 1984) Sandra Day O'Connor wrote a decision that established the standard for determining when a criminal defendant's Sixth Amendment right to counsel is violated by the counsel's inadequate performance. The indigent defendant took a great blow. See Strickland v. Washington, 466 U.S. 668 (1984).
    "The counsel is strongly presumed to have rendered adequate assistance and made all significant decisions in the exercise of reasonable professional judgment" (466 U.S. 668,690). In addition, "A particular  decision not to investigate must be directly assessed for reasonableness in all the circumstances, applying a heavy measure of deference to the counsel's judgments" (466 U.S. 668, 691). It follows that in a routinely empty criminal courtroom that has a routinely hateful conspiracy among officers of the court (including the judge, the defense lawyer, and the court reporter) many circumstances will be deliberately suppressed, and the trial transcripts will be a routine fraud. 
     Upon the foregoing, the Press (the monolithic media) and its readers (those who access the internet and newspapers) must plainly use contemporary public scrutiny  (open hearings) as the last hope in the search for the truth. Please, consider Oswald Arnold Gottfried Spengler:
     "What is the truth? For the multitude, that which it continually reads and hears. A forlorn little drop my  settle somewhere and collect grounds on which to determine "the truth" - but what it obtains is just its truth. The other, the public truth of the moment, which alone matters for effects and success in the fact-world, is to-day a product of the Press. What the Press wills, is true. Its commanders evoke, transform, interchange truths. Three weeks of press work, and the truth is acknowledged by everyone." See, The Decline of the West: The Complete Edition, Oswald Spengler, Alfred A. Knopf: New York, Volume Two, 1926, Translation by Charles Francis Atkinson, page 462.
     Spengler continues to describe the aforesaid Press on page 463:
     " It can condemn any "truth" to death simply by not undertaking its communication to the world - a terrible censorship of silence, which is all the more potent in that the masses of news paper readers are absolutely unaware that it exists".
                                                           Oswald Arnold Gottfried Spengler

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