SkolnicksTV-Prison Terms For Corrupt Judges

by Sherman H. Skolnick Friday, Jun. 08, 2001 at 12:45 AM

Since 1958, Sherman H. Skolnick has been a court reformer. Since 1963, he has been founder/Chairman, Citizens Commitee to Clean Up the Courts. The group is made up of researchers, independent journalists, and investigators worldwide. We do primary research on certain instances of judicial and other bribery and corruption.


by Sherman H. Skolnick 05/11/01

The following further details in this report might be helpful in understanding the situation

1. As stated, the head of the McVeigh defense team, attorney Stephen Jones, prior to the 1997 McVeigh murder trial, filed a Petition for Mandamus, an extra-ordinary attempted remedy in the U.S. Court of Appeals, 10th Circuit,

Denver. Because of perceived prejudice against a fair trial in Oklahoma, the case had been transferred to Denver U.S. District Judge Richard Matsch. Prior to the beginning of the trial, Jones was attempting to force Judge Matsch to order the release of secret records in the possession of U.S. intelligence agencies, corroborating that U.S. dissidents were secretly surrogates for an Iraqi revenge plot to carry out a major terrorist attack on an Oklahoma City federal office building.

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