Archive for April, 2008

The Judge Responds

April 22, 2008

After a lifetime of public service, Judge Finch has decided to retire but he is still working until the very end of his career and beyond. He will remain a part time Judge after his nominal retirement date of August, 2008. Thus, I am really surprised at the speed of his response. His reply was dictated on April 14, 2008 for a document he recieved on April 10, 2008.

His response is as follows:

April 14, 2008

Dear [FatSavage]:

Thank you for your letter of April 8, 2008.

Since this letter is not properly before the Court as part of its proceedings, I am forced to return the same to you.

Thank you for your attention in this regard.

Sincerely,

Raymond L. Finch

The letter is obviously in standard form English which is why I’m surprised to find that I am clueless as to what the hell he means. Since the judge knows me personally and we occasionally bump into each other, I’ll have to ask him privately when I see him again. (not very often)

Oh well after a year of study, I could live with a clear cut loss or better yet, a win but in my mind, an indeterminate term in purgatory with no decision is worse than an eternity in hell.

A Final Chapter????

April 9, 2008

Dear Reader,

I am posting a copy of the cover letter for a package that I have sent to Judge Raymond Finch documenting Shannon Perkins perjury. Pretty much it proves what regular visitors to this blog already know: Federal Expert Witnesses lie to get a conviction, and the Attorney on this case is a fuck-up. Meanwhile Charles Stephano rots in Jail and the expert moves on to bigger and better cases.

The principle point I would like to convey to all is that computer evidence is not immutable when presented by the Feds. You can find evidence of keystroke loggers, spyware and shutdown programs. You can also find the trail of planted evidence. If you can explore all of this “secret information” at a trial and the expert lies to get a conviction, you stand an excellent chance of using the logs to find evidence of perjury and also setting up for a dismissal or retrial if you don’t win.

I will probably pass this along to CNN and the Electronic Freedom Foundation to see if they can bring this type of prosecution to the light of day. While it’s common knowledge in our community among Judges and Lawyers that Federal Experts lie, I believe the general public doesn’t even dream of how widespread and pervasive the practice is.

At any rate, I have worked on this for about a year and am bored with it. As I have unfortunately discovered; resistance is futile, knowledge is soporific.

Sincerely,

The FatSavage

PS I’m glad I’m old – it really does make it easier to cope with the Brave New World of electronic surveillance of all Americans