Justice

Losing faith in the judicial branch: 3rd Federal judge recuses from Esrati FOIA case

Judge Michael H Watson recused himself from the case Esrati v DOJ on May 31 2022, without specifying a reason. He follows Judge Thomas Rose and Judge Michael Newman. The case has now been assigned to Judge Sarah Morrison and on June 9th, 2022, she granted an order allowing me Pro Se filing rights on Read More

New Chief, same as the old Chief?

What crimes do we prosecute- and why? It seems that law enforcement sets it’s own priorities, but the question is to ask the people at the top to explain their decisions. This was sent on Tuesday- so far, no response from the chief. I copied Frank LaRose at the Secretary of State office, where I Read More

Who’s the criminal this week?

A week ago Sunday, Tom Archdeacon of the Dayton Daily News wrote a story about the veteran I’ve been taking care of since Feb of 2016. It was very brave of John to share his story. The headline was “John ‘Sully’ Sullivan can see his future again” and I think it got more traction on Read More

Esrati.com: your new court reporter

Today, Aaron Hartley will be in court in front of Judge Long, maybe, if he feels like it (Hartley or Long- neither actually gives a shit about timelines, deadlines or sentencing) to discuss restitution for damages to the woman’s home where Hartley showed up drunk, and broke her door- in pursuit of her teen daughter Read More

We can neither confirm or deny that the Freedom of Information act is not a joke

We’re supposed to have a government for the people, by the people. However, since “Citizens United” it’s been a lot more of a government for the rich by the rich. Politicians primary profession besides being professional grifters- is being a lawyer. And if you want the truth about the entire legal profession- it’s the only Read More

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