Archive for February, 2009

>Memoriam: Clarence M. Landis

February 28, 2009

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Clarence M. Landis CARDIFF — Clarence M. Landis died Wednesday, February 18, 2009, after a fall at Pacific Place in Vista. Originally from Pennsylvania, Clarence lived with his wife and family in San Diego for 30 years. He served in the Army in WWII. He worked for Canteen Corporation for 40 years, beginning as a route driver and ultimately as Corporate Vice President and then owning the distributorship in San Diego before retiring. Clarence was a founding member and former President of Nice Guys, a local charitable organization that helps families in need. Clarence was married to his late wife, Dorothy Landis for 45 years. He had four children, Shirley (deceased), Gordon (deceased); and is survived by two daughters, Joan Landis (Encinitas), and Nancy Landis (Escondido). He also has a niece, Carole Baver (Encinitas); and a sister, Margaret Freeman (Lancaster, Pa). Memorial Contributions: National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse: http://stopguardianabuse.org/index.htm organization that fights elder abuse by Public Guardian Conservatorship, which Clarence became a victim of, losing a large portion of his estate and freedom prior to his death.Or to Nice Guys.

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Memoriam: Clarence M. Landis

February 28, 2009
Clarence M. Landis CARDIFF — Clarence M. Landis died Wednesday, February 18, 2009, after a fall at Pacific Place in Vista. Originally from Pennsylvania, Clarence lived with his wife and family in San Diego for 30 years. He served in the Army in WWII. He worked for Canteen Corporation for 40 years, beginning as a route driver and ultimately as Corporate Vice President and then owning the distributorship in San Diego before retiring. Clarence was a founding member and former President of Nice Guys, a local charitable organization that helps families in need. Clarence was married to his late wife, Dorothy Landis for 45 years. He had four children, Shirley (deceased), Gordon (deceased); and is survived by two daughters, Joan Landis (Encinitas), and Nancy Landis (Escondido). He also has a niece, Carole Baver (Encinitas); and a sister, Margaret Freeman (Lancaster, Pa). Memorial Contributions: National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse: http://stopguardianabuse.org/index.htm organization that fights elder abuse by Public Guardian Conservatorship, which Clarence became a victim of, losing a large portion of his estate and freedom prior to his death.Or to Nice Guys.

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Memoriam: Clarence M. Landis

February 28, 2009
Clarence M. Landis CARDIFF — Clarence M. Landis died Wednesday, February 18, 2009, after a fall at Pacific Place in Vista. Originally from Pennsylvania, Clarence lived with his wife and family in San Diego for 30 years. He served in the Army in WWII. He worked for Canteen Corporation for 40 years, beginning as a route driver and ultimately as Corporate Vice President and then owning the distributorship in San Diego before retiring. Clarence was a founding member and former President of Nice Guys, a local charitable organization that helps families in need. Clarence was married to his late wife, Dorothy Landis for 45 years. He had four children, Shirley (deceased), Gordon (deceased); and is survived by two daughters, Joan Landis (Encinitas), and Nancy Landis (Escondido). He also has a niece, Carole Baver (Encinitas); and a sister, Margaret Freeman (Lancaster, Pa). Memorial Contributions: National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse: http://stopguardianabuse.org/index.htm organization that fights elder abuse by Public Guardian Conservatorship, which Clarence became a victim of, losing a large portion of his estate and freedom prior to his death.Or to Nice Guys.

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>Ad Hoc Committee – Crimes By Judges

February 28, 2009

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Saint Paul Minnesota
February 27, 2009

Minnesota Legislators to Discipline Judges

In response to dozens of petitions by the citizens of the state of Minnesota, an Ad Hoc committee has been scheduled to hear the evidence of the corruption within the Minnesota Judicial Branch.

Spearheaded by minority whip Rep. Dan Severson, the bipartisan joint committee will convene on March 13th, 2009 at the State Office Building at 9:00AM in room 300N.

The ad hoc committee was formed because the chairs of the senate and house committees that oversee matters of the judiciary have refused to hear the citizen petitions concerning corruption in the Minnesota Judicial Branch.

The evidence to be presented to the ad hoc committee is massive and includes transcripts being altered, bribery, extortion, denial of access to the Grand Jury and numerous state and federal felonies by certain district and appellate court judges. Bills of impeachment against many judges will be brought.

Never before in the history of the state of Minnesota, and perhaps the nation, have the legislative committees charged with overseeing the matters in the judiciary refused to listen to the evidence of crimes being committed by judges.

Article Six Section Nine of the Minnesota Constitution clearly directs it is the intent of the people for the Legislature to discipline the Judicial Branch. The courageous legislators that have agreed to participate in the Ad Hoc committee number over a dozen and more are joining as citizens from across the state meet with their legislators and encourage participation.

Additionally, a press conference will be held the week of March 9th, 2009 to discuss the introduction of judicial reform bills and the agenda for the Ad Hoc committee.

Contact:
Rep. Dan Severson at 651-296-7808
Nancy Lazaryan at nancylazaryan@yahoo.com

See also:
Dan Severson Ad…r 2-19-2009.pdf (87.4 KB, download)

Ad Hoc Committee – Crimes By Judges

February 28, 2009
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Saint Paul Minnesota
February 27, 2009

Minnesota Legislators to Discipline Judges

In response to dozens of petitions by the citizens of the state of Minnesota, an Ad Hoc committee has been scheduled to hear the evidence of the corruption within the Minnesota Judicial Branch.

Spearheaded by minority whip Rep. Dan Severson, the bipartisan joint committee will convene on March 13th, 2009 at the State Office Building at 9:00AM in room 300N.

The ad hoc committee was formed because the chairs of the senate and house committees that oversee matters of the judiciary have refused to hear the citizen petitions concerning corruption in the Minnesota Judicial Branch.

The evidence to be presented to the ad hoc committee is massive and includes transcripts being altered, bribery, extortion, denial of access to the Grand Jury and numerous state and federal felonies by certain district and appellate court judges. Bills of impeachment against many judges will be brought.

Never before in the history of the state of Minnesota, and perhaps the nation, have the legislative committees charged with overseeing the matters in the judiciary refused to listen to the evidence of crimes being committed by judges.

Article Six Section Nine of the Minnesota Constitution clearly directs it is the intent of the people for the Legislature to discipline the Judicial Branch. The courageous legislators that have agreed to participate in the Ad Hoc committee number over a dozen and more are joining as citizens from across the state meet with their legislators and encourage participation.

Additionally, a press conference will be held the week of March 9th, 2009 to discuss the introduction of judicial reform bills and the agenda for the Ad Hoc committee.

Contact:
Rep. Dan Severson at 651-296-7808
Nancy Lazaryan at nancylazaryan@yahoo.com

See also:
Dan Severson Ad…r 2-19-2009.pdf (87.4 KB, download)

Ad Hoc Committee – Crimes By Judges

February 28, 2009
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Saint Paul Minnesota
February 27, 2009

Minnesota Legislators to Discipline Judges

In response to dozens of petitions by the citizens of the state of Minnesota, an Ad Hoc committee has been scheduled to hear the evidence of the corruption within the Minnesota Judicial Branch.

Spearheaded by minority whip Rep. Dan Severson, the bipartisan joint committee will convene on March 13th, 2009 at the State Office Building at 9:00AM in room 300N.

The ad hoc committee was formed because the chairs of the senate and house committees that oversee matters of the judiciary have refused to hear the citizen petitions concerning corruption in the Minnesota Judicial Branch.

The evidence to be presented to the ad hoc committee is massive and includes transcripts being altered, bribery, extortion, denial of access to the Grand Jury and numerous state and federal felonies by certain district and appellate court judges. Bills of impeachment against many judges will be brought.

Never before in the history of the state of Minnesota, and perhaps the nation, have the legislative committees charged with overseeing the matters in the judiciary refused to listen to the evidence of crimes being committed by judges.

Article Six Section Nine of the Minnesota Constitution clearly directs it is the intent of the people for the Legislature to discipline the Judicial Branch. The courageous legislators that have agreed to participate in the Ad Hoc committee number over a dozen and more are joining as citizens from across the state meet with their legislators and encourage participation.

Additionally, a press conference will be held the week of March 9th, 2009 to discuss the introduction of judicial reform bills and the agenda for the Ad Hoc committee.

Contact:
Rep. Dan Severson at 651-296-7808
Nancy Lazaryan at nancylazaryan@yahoo.com

See also:
Dan Severson Ad…r 2-19-2009.pdf (87.4 KB, download)

>Gast Charged with Perjury

February 28, 2009

>Register Of Actions
Case No. 27-CR-08-57579
State of Minnesota vs SHEILA KAY MARTINEK GAST
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Case Type:
Crim/Traf Mandatory
Date Filed:
11/17/2008
Location:
Hennepin Criminal/Traffic/Petty Downtown
Party Information

Lead Attorneys
Defendant
GAST, SHEILA KAY MARTINEK BIG LAKE, MN 55309

Female05/11/1964
SHERRY, WILLIAM S
Retained

Jurisdiction
State of Minnesota

ADORADIO, EMERY EUGENE

Charge Information
Charges: GAST, SHEILA KAY MARTINEK

Statute
Level
Date
1.
Perjury

609.48.1
Felony
11/21/2005

Source:
State of Minnesota – Register of Actions

See also:
Sheila Gast – Case Files

Gast Charged with Perjury

February 28, 2009

Register Of Actions
Case No. 27-CR-08-57579
State of Minnesota vs SHEILA KAY MARTINEK GAST
§§§§§
Case Type:
Crim/Traf Mandatory
Date Filed:
11/17/2008
Location:
Hennepin Criminal/Traffic/Petty Downtown
Party Information

Lead Attorneys
Defendant
GAST, SHEILA KAY MARTINEK BIG LAKE, MN 55309

Female05/11/1964
SHERRY, WILLIAM S
Retained

Jurisdiction
State of Minnesota

ADORADIO, EMERY EUGENE

Charge Information
Charges: GAST, SHEILA KAY MARTINEK

Statute
Level
Date
1.
Perjury

609.48.1
Felony
11/21/2005

Source:
State of Minnesota – Register of Actions

See also:
Sheila Gast – Case Files

>Probate Reformer Dies

February 27, 2009

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If Gov. Rell and the General Assembly succeed at finally reforming our probate courts this year, some thanks must go to John Peters, a West Hartford lawyer who helped expose the Dan Gross tragedy.

A South Dakota native with a long legal career, Peters said he had an idea that might help free Daniel Gross through filing a longshot habeas corpus petition with Superior Court. The idea, Peters told me, was to get Gross in front a real judge.

The brash move resulted in Judge Joseph Gormley ordering Gross freed after living nearly a year in court-imposed imprisonment in a nursing home.

“A terrible miscarriage of justice has happened here,” Gormley told the courtroom. Without Peters, Dan Gross might never have emerged from the nursing home where he was held against his will.

Peters’ son said that his father died Tuesday of heart failure. He was 77.

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John Peters, probate reformer, dies at 77

Probate Reformer Dies

February 27, 2009
If Gov. Rell and the General Assembly succeed at finally reforming our probate courts this year, some thanks must go to John Peters, a West Hartford lawyer who helped expose the Dan Gross tragedy.

A South Dakota native with a long legal career, Peters said he had an idea that might help free Daniel Gross through filing a longshot habeas corpus petition with Superior Court. The idea, Peters told me, was to get Gross in front a real judge.

The brash move resulted in Judge Joseph Gormley ordering Gross freed after living nearly a year in court-imposed imprisonment in a nursing home.

“A terrible miscarriage of justice has happened here,” Gormley told the courtroom. Without Peters, Dan Gross might never have emerged from the nursing home where he was held against his will.

Peters’ son said that his father died Tuesday of heart failure. He was 77.

Full Article and Source:
John Peters, probate reformer, dies at 77