“Black and Brown people always have to carve their own path to Justice,”
..from Attorney On the Death of Shaquilla Robinson, April 2023
reported by youarewithinthenorms.com
NORMAN J CLEMENT RPH., DDS, NORMAN L. CLEMENT PHARM-TECH, MALACHI F. MACKANDAL PHARMD, BELINDA BROWN-PARKER, IN THE SPIRIT OF JOSEPH SOLVO ESQ., INC.T. SPIRIT OF REV. IN THE SPIRIT OF WALTER R. CLEMENT BS., MS, MBA. HARVEY JENKINS MD, PH.D., IN THE SPIRIT OF C.T. VIVIAN, JELANI ZIMBABWE CLEMENT, BS., MBA., IN THE SPIRIT OF THE HON. PATRICE LUMUMBA, IN THE SPIRIT OF ERLIN CLEMENT SR., WALTER F. WRENN III., MD., JULIE KILLINGSWORTH, RENEE BLARE, RPH, DR. TERENCE SASAKI, MD LESLY POMPY MD., CHRISTOPHER RUSSO, MD., NANCY SEEFELDT, WILLIE GUINYARD BS., JOSEPH WEBSTER MD., MBA, BEVERLY C. PRINCE MD., FACS., NEIL ARNAND, MD., RICHARD KAUL, MD., LEROY BAYLOR, JAY K. JOSHI MD., MBA, ADRIENNE EDMUNDSON, ESTER HYATT PH.D., WALTER L. SMITH BS., IN THE SPIRIT OF BRAHM FISHER ESQ., MICHELE ALEXANDER MD., CUDJOE WILDING BS, MARTIN NJOKU, BS., RPH., IN THE SPIRIT OF DEBRA LYNN SHEPHERD, BERES E. MUSCHETT, STRATEGIC ADVISORS
OYEZ! OYEZ! OYEZ! THE FEDERAL COURTS OF INJUSTICE BOUGHT AND PAID IS NOW SITTING
From the New Orleans News the article reads,
“Seven federal Judges in Louisiana are among the 131 in the United States who failed to recuse themselves from cases in which they had a financial conflict of interest, an investigation by The Wall Street Journal has found.”
Cases where these Judges should have stepped aside after a WSJ inquiries came across-referenced reams of disclosure forms with dockets to discover they owned stock in the very same companies before them.
While the Judges weren’t accused of tipping the scales for personal gain. However, under federal ethics law, they should have recused themselves from even the most minor of actions when they owned stock in the companies.”
LANCE AFRICK, THE MOST CONFLICTED FEDERAL JUDGE IN LOUISIANNA
Among these culprits, Federal District Judge Lance Africk, based in New Orleans, had the most conflicts identified in Louisiana. The newspaper found that he had nine, including one case where he dismissed a lawsuit over asbestos exposure after the parties came to a settlement. Africk was nominated to the bench by President George W. Bush.
The Judge would not comment on the conflict. But the court clerk filed an Aug. 10 notice acknowledging he should have recused himself and stating that his stock ownership “neither affected nor impacted his decisions in this case.” The clerk invited parties to the case to respond to the disclosure by Aug. 25, which none of them did.
Africk’s failure to recuse didn’t draw ire from the attorney representing the airplane mechanic’s heirs, who said that Africk had an “impeccable” reputation.
“I doubt that that had anything to do with any ruling in this case from Judge Africk,” said the lawyer, Mickey Landry. “My experience with him has been that he is very by the book, rules on the evidence and the law.”
Africk should have stepped aside because he and his wife owned Boeing and United Technologies stock. Africk did not rule on any contested motions involving Boeing or United Technologies after he received the case, which was before him for not quite a year, the court record shows.
To be fair, many judges contacted by The Journal said they weren’t aware of the conflicts, and their stock played no role in their decisions.
“…It is also my position that you [Cassidy] have failed to protect my constitutional/human rights to due process and an impartial adjudicator by failing to mandate the district judge disclose his financial holdings to the record…”
All persons having business before theSE Honorable CourtS of the United States.
Challenge that points to racial disparities in New Orleans jury pools gets rejected by a Federal judge
Facts Necessary To Understand Petition
This petition comes before the Court seeking to issue a writ of mandamus to U.S.D.J. Lance Africk to disclose to the record the Court and Petitioner Akula, his form AO10, related financial holdings and conflicts of interest. The following facts are consistent with Akula’s assertions that the orders/rulings/decisions of the district court were not legitimately based in law and fact but were a direct consequence of a quid pro scheme between U.S.D.J. Africk and the defendant insurance carriers in which they bribed him to enter orders adverse to Akula, to have him convicted and incarcerated.
The following facts lend substantial weight to the proposition that the defendants have corrupted U.S.D.J. Africk. This petition seeks to have U.S.D.J. Africk be ordered to disclose his financial holdings and conflicts of interest so that the case be thoroughly examined for the offense of public corruption. This is in the public’s interest, particularly to those litigants who might have had cases before U.S.D.J. Africk, who failed to disclose to these parties his conflicts of interest. The facts in support of this application are organized below in chronological order:
December 10, 2022 – Letter from Petitioner Akula to his counsel William Cassidy, Esq requesting a copy of the file (APPENDIX: AKULA001): Petitioner Akula, not having been provided any evidence as to the alleged crime, despite repeated requests, and having concern regarding ineffective counsel, requested he be provided a copy of his file, and expressed his belief that U.S.D.J. might have been corrupted: “It is also my position that you [Cassidy] have failed to protect my constitutional/human rights to due process and an impartial adjudicator, by failing to mandate the district judge disclose his financial holdings to the record. The law, as you must be aware, requires the judge be free of any conflict of interest, bias, and or the appearance of bias. In this regard, you have thus far provided ineffective counsel.”
December 14, 2022 – Letter from Petitioner to U.S.D.J. Lance Africk requesting financial disclosures and conflicts of interest (APPENDIX: AKULA002) Petitioner Akula, in seeking to establish a non-violation of his right to an impartial adjudicator, requested the production of U.S.D.J. Lance Africk’s financial holdings and conflicts of interest: “I do request in accordance with the law underpinning sections 455, 144 of the
United States Code, the Courthouse and Transparency Act, the Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980, 28 U.S.C. §§ 351-364, and the Rules for Judicial-Conduct and Judicial-Disability Proceedings, 249 F.R.D. 662 (U.S. Jud. Conf. 2008), that you disclose to the record the aforementioned information so that my rights do not continue to be violated.”
BAIT FOR THE SHARKS
The requested information remains unprovided, the tacit conclusion being that U.S.D.J. Africk has indeed been corrupted, and thus there exists a violation of my fundamental right to an impartial adjudicator.
December 20, 2022 – Letter from Petitioner Akula to the Clerk of the Court requesting the docket publication of December 14, 2022, letter (APPENDIX: AKULA003): Recognizing the non-publication of the December 14, 2022, letter to the docket, Petitioner Akula hand-delivered to the Clerk of the Court a letter requesting its publication. Petitioner Akula enquired of the Clerk the reason for the non-publication and was informed that on December 14, 2022, the letter was “being reviewed” by U.S.D.J. Africk.
This week, a federal judge in New Orleans rejected a challenge to how jury pools are formed in the Eastern District of Louisiana, downplaying…
District Judge Lance Africk, based in New Orleans, had the most conflicts identified in Louisiana. The newspaper found that he had nine, including one case where he dismissed a lawsuit over asbestos exposure after the parties came to a settlement. Africk was nominated to the bench by President George W. Bush.
Another Eastern District jurist, retired Judge Ginger Berrigan, also had a conflict identified by the newspaper. The court did not comment on her behalf. President Bill Clinton nominated her.
ALL are admonished to draw near and give their attention
Conspiracy charges of abuse by the prosecution
The Court record shows,
Dr. Akula, an internationally recognized physician and philanthropist, claims that he was criminally indicted on August 5, 2021, consequent to a scheme perpetrated by his market competitors and governmental prosecutors.
Petitioner Dr. Shiva Akula, MD (“Akula”) respectfully requests that this Court grant Akula’s petition for a writ of mandamus and direct U.S.D.J. Africk to disclose his financial holdings and conflicts of interest immediately and that an Appellate Rule 8 order for a stay be granted pending the disclosure and or disqualification of U.S.D.J. Lance Africk.
(1)Whether the law demands that the United States District Court judges for the Eastern District of Louisiana are obligated to disclose their financial holdings and conflicts of interest.
(2)Whether this Court, upon a finding that U.S.D.J. Africk was conflicted and all orders entered in this case be rendered null and void.
(3)Whether this Court, upon a finding that U.S.D.J. Africk was conflicted, should transfer the case out of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.
(4)Whether this Court should stay the case until U.S.D.J. Africk has disclosed his financial holdings and conflicts of interest and or disqualified himself.
From the Court Record United States vs. Akula, it reads:
This case is categorized as a civil rights case. All parties of Passages and Cassidy and McHugh prosecutors are all white.
Black judge Rodney Smith is presiding in the Florida case. In another matter, white-owned St Joseph hospice Pat Mitchell got away with a similar billing matter with a 10-year payment and no criminal charges like I am going through. …He was transferred back to the Eastern District of Lousiana
Above is why the case needs to be heard away from eastern district courts that gave criminal convictions in almost all doctors in the last 12 years have been Cassidy is now listed as a government witness in a recent submission
Kelly Anderson, allegedly a whistleblower, is a higher official at Passages. She is the one who is also working with contractor Sidney Cantelli
to hold the construction of our Covington, Louisiana building which still doesn’t have full occupancy from Covington. This is five years into construction, a simple renovation of an old building. Kelly Anderson is the one who picked the contractor, Sidney, who recently forged a signature to get $173,000.00
Chris McMohan is one of the members who talked about working with my ex-wife to send me to jail. They had a lunch where apparently they discussed these conspiracies. There is vengeance in audits through Palmetto GBA to destroy Canon hospice while passages may be getting favorable easy walk out without much destruction. Palmetto GBA is another defendant
“…Federal District Judge Lance Africk, based in New Orleans, had the most conflicts identified in Louisiana…”
God save the United States and this Honorable Court
Across the rest of the state, the newspaper identified five other judges with either one or two conflicts: Brian Jackson and John deGravelles of Baton Rouge, both nominated by President Barack Obama; Maurice Hicks Jr. of Shreveport and Dee Drell of Alexandria, both nominated by President George W. Bush; and Donald Walter of Shreveport, nominated by President Ronald Reagan.
In the relevant court cases, Jackson, deGravelles, and Walter had clerks file notices stating that their stock ownership did not affect their decisions.
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