Will U.S. Magistrate Judge Joe Webster bust the US Attorney for “Fraud on the Court”?

Stanley Bolten,

The scales of Justice is out of balance. The question is, whether U.S. Magistrate Judge Joe Webster (Durham, North Carolina) will bust up the U.S. Attorney Office (Middle District of North Carolina) for “Fraud on the Court” including (#1) subornation of perjury and perjury by the Government’s witness, (#2) false allegations and/or conclusory allegations with an intent to ask the Court to completely seal (censorship) and further punish the victim Brian David Hill (USWGO Alt. News) just for showing evidence in his bid to prove his actual innocence, and further defrauding the Court by ignoring evidence and covering up the evidence that Rule 3.8 requires them to disclose such evidence material regarding “actual innocence” to the criminal defendant even after a conviction.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Joe Webster has been referred to the case by U.S. District Court Judge Thomas D. Schroeder of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Judge Schroeder had been assigned to the criminal case of Brian D. Hill, after he had written pleadings calling Judge William Lindsey Osteen Jr. a “crooked Judge” for allowing Kristy L. Burton to lie to get Brian thrown in jail as a “danger to the community” while she had approved a day-trip for Brian to go into Snow-Camp, NC a few weeks after declaring that Brian was a danger to society. Another contradiction by the United States Probation Officer that has protected the corrupt interests of the United States Attorney.

Fraud on the Court is always looked down upon by legal scholars because it can set a precedent where an innocent man/woman can be imprisoned on false evidence or false testimony, and in civil cases a innocent person may be compelled by the Jury or Judge to pay a civil penalty such as financial penalties or even injunctions. In any case, whether a civil or criminal case, fraud on the court is not allowed in Federal/State Courts because of the dangers surrounding such issues. The dangers such as Judges making erroneous rulings, people not trusting the Courts anymore due to the fear that Courts rule on lies and false evidence, that people won’t respect the Courts anymore, that people will not respect the police anymore either, and disrespect for the law will become commonplace upon acceptance of the fraud on the court system.

What Assistant U.S. Attorney Anand Prakash Ramaswamy has done is fraud on the court and covering up the very evidence that they had originally used to indict him on possession of child pornography, when the evidence seems fraudulent on its face with the false confession of Brian D. Hill and the forensic report not confirming as to whether any images of interest were actually confirmed to being of child pornography as defined by statute. No child pornography since nothing was confirmed as to being such, yet Brian is a registered sex offender with his photo on law enforcement databases and him being on DNA databases too. Fraud on the court in this case should cause criminal charges to be filed as to the fraudulent sex offender registration, fraudulent plea agreement, and fraudulent criminal case. Depending on how bad the fraud is, the U.S. Attorney Office may even need to be raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and have all of their records seized, then they need to be shut down until a thorough investigation has been conducted and special counsel needs to be appointed for all criminal cases for the Middle District of North Carolina.

Question is, whether U.S. Magistrate Judge Webster will actually bust the U.S. Attorney Office for fraud on the court and summarily DENY the motion for pre-filing injunction and motion for dismissal of Brian’s 2255 Motion, as well as DEFAULT JUDGMENT of Brian’s actual innocence claims in his 2255 Motion since they have not been appropriately responded to but instead further fraud on the court has been initiated by AUSA Ramaswamy. The only appropriate objection was that Brian was not diagnosed with “echolalia” but the evidence shows that he had highly likely repeated the same two terms that the police detective or detectives had uttered a week prior to his false confession. Brian corrected the record by supplying a University study that people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have exhibited delayed echolalia and they can repeat things that were ether heard or read, and such repeats can happen after a day, week, month, or even years after something was heard by an ASD patient. Ramaswamy never filed a reply to Brian’s response brief. He seems to take Brian’s words out of context to try to attack his motions, but doesn’t have the time to actually review over the evidence, to try to get a FBI Agent or DOJ Agent to actually understand the evidence regarding Brian’s actual innocence, as to why an innocent man who is a virgin is on the sex offender registry and was called a “danger to the community” by a contradictory and lying U.S. Probation Officer Kristy L. Burton.

Hopefully the fraud on the court will be addressed by the Magistrate Judge and hopefully some punishments and sanctions can be doled out by the Court. They need to be punished for defrauding the Court and trying to cover up evidence of innocence which is unethical and illegal.

Keep following this blog as more articles will be coming out keeping track of the criminal case of Brian David Hill v. United States of America, and the FOIA case of Brian David Hill v. Executive Office for United States Attorneys et al.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: