Catching up with this site..

It is amazing how much can happen in a year. So much that I spend more time reading than I do blogging. I have not been updating this site since it was last hackedand brought down. And now? Now is the time for me to kick up another gear and all the documents, all the videos and all the audio and compile it to this site. lol. God help me.

But here it is.

If your wondering what happened, and why this site. In a knut-shell. Illiniois is corrupt, I have had enough, Black-Fathers are being forsakened, destroying our youth and the Governor, Justices, Judicial Board, are all to blame. Not that Im maing this all up, I do have all the evidence I need to prove they are, well .. corrupt, and to inform the People of Illinois of its government.

So in the next coming week I will be updating and blogging and carrying on with this bull-shit injustice. If you are or know a black father in the state of illinois, who feel forsaken or just wonder how can this happen -repeatedly, then please share this site, my name with them.

Sincerely, Edward Habrick

aka. Lalo Hambrick-Day

Default Letter to Judge Jarz for MisConduct


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We cast rocks

Fwd: Intake Matter

———- Forwarded message ——— From: ACLU of Illinois <> Date: Tue, Jul 7, 2020 at 1:27 PM Subject: Intake Matter To: <>
July 7, 2020

Dear Mr. Hambrick:

Thank you for contacting the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois. We have reviewed your situation carefully and we regret to inform you that we will not be able to accept your case.
The ACLU office is a legal center that involves itself with broad impact, constitutional litigation. These are usually issues where the government has abused constitutional rights. Unfortunately, we regret that most cases of individual unfairness or injustice cannot be accepted.

We receive more than 20,000 requests annually for legal assistance. Our resources are limited and we can only act upon a small percentage of the requests.

The fact that we cannot help you, however, does not mean that your case has no merit. It may be that we are handling a similar case, that the case does not involve a novel issue pertaining to civil liberties, or that we do not have the resources to handle the case. We are generally unable to help with situations related to criminal cases.

You should know that there is a limited time in which legal action may be pursued, sometimes referred to as a statute of limitations. You might be wise to ask an attorney for advice about preserving any rights you may have or perhaps the organization shown below may be of further assistance:
*Judicial Inquiry Board *
100 West Randolph, Suite 14-500
Chicago, IL 60601

Please accept our regrets that we cannot help you with your situation.

The Intake Department

Neither rain, sleet, snow or Covid19

I have come to find that my letter was received by the Illinois Judicial Board. It appears the staff are not enjoying their reopening to the public since this COVID19 outbreak. The staff person who assisted me, confirmed she had my complaint and explained to me that they were just now returning to work.

I was told that my cd, will not be open out of concerns of , I guess, malware or computer viruses. I’m not surprised. It is a shame that in the 21st century our courts still uses 19th century technology. As if I’m going to spread a virus on their computers, smh. Just another reason for them not to read, accept, hide and to deny my complaint.

I will refresh my understandings of their process to review judges. I am sure there is something there that will be used to prevent me justice. Might as well write those up and submit it to the whole.

I can’t believe all this government and no justice,

Not by coincidence, but..