” Oh, there is no question that the system has worked against black and brown communities for way too long. You just talked about something 50 years ago; it still exists today. It’s present today. We have to address it today. It’s not over. The oppression, the discrimination – it’s not over. There’s no doubt about it.

And that’s why, again, all of us – white politicians and people of color who serve in elected office – need to stand up and do the right thing.” ~ NPR’s Steve Inskeep talks to Gov. J.B. Pritzker about civil unrest in Illinois (06-01-2020).

“Real change, structural change comes from protest paired with policy,” .        ~ J.B. Pritzker (06-2020)


Governor Pritzker,  

You are hereby made known of Misprision of Treason committed by Illinois Judges who have ignored their oaths, Laws and concealed crimes committed. 

 18 U.S. Code § 2382.Misprision of treason

Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States and having knowledge of the commission of any treason against them, conceals and does not, as soon as may be, disclose and make known the same to the President or to some judge of the United States, or to the governor or to some judge or justice of a particular State, is guilty of misprision of treason and shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than seven years, or both. 

 January 19, 2019, I wrote a letter (registered mail) to you about constitutional oaths actively violated by Judges of this state and other outright violations of law. I am here to say I have proof in the official record, for any person to see these violations. My question to you and the (cc’d) Judicial Board of this state, What are you going to do today about Judges committing treason upon Black and Brown People of Illinois? 

 Governor Pritzker, with all due respect to you sir, I now ask you to be a man of your presumed character as Governor with authority to see that this matter is swiftly resolved for the Black, Brown and ALL People of this state who are oppressed by dishonorable Judges, officers of the courts, in addition to the misconduct of Police Officers. 

On May 18th of this year, the Third Appellate court denied proper review of my appeal that revealed issues regarding my constitutional right to give or deny consent to my government as well as to do its duty to honorably review the merits and/or plain errors presented in my briefs. I am left with the reality that the Judges in the Third Appellate Court knowingly concealed crimes committed by Judge Jarz of the Will 

County Courthouse who refused my documents arguing that they “are not cognizable” by the court, when they are understandably written. These Judges have denied my voice, denied obvious truths in the official record, and denied me justice.

 Governor Pritzker,

It is in the official record that Will County Circuit Judge Jarz stated, “ You are presumed not innocent” [in his court] to a pro se defendant.

 It is in the official record that Judge Jarz himself admitted to violating his oath to the Illinois constitution, Article 1 Section 1 of the Illinois Constitution and my right to ‘give” consent.

 It is in the official record Judge Jarz allowed false testimony of a person impersonating a County Sheriff giving false testimony to my arrest. A F.O.I.A request proves no such sheriff ever existed.

 It is in the official record the Court allowed false testimony from a Court officer where it is proven that he did not personally witness actions he testified to. 

 It is in the official record the Third Appellate Court displayed its unconscious biases by acquiescence and  accession to the State Attorney’s beliefs that the Emancipation Proclamation and Executive Order of former President and Illinoisan Abraham Lincoln,  ”have no basis in law or fact”.

 The Third Appellate Court denied to review my brief on the merits, and denied to review “plain errors” of  mis-applications of legal principles and Law which can be observed in the record. 

This is all in the record, in plain view, even a caveman can see it.