Las Vegas Tribune has been writing a series of articles, with real proof and evidence to prove the veracity of the story, and up to now no one has confronted Alexandra Cohen or anyone else at the newspaper to present another side of the story; no one in the judicial system has asked for a retraction, no one need ask for evidence of what the newspaper has been writing about because during all the weeks these articles have been published, exposing the court corruption has come with date and case numbers proving the veracity of the articles.
The courts may think that by ignoring the articles that appear in “just an online newspaper,” the story will go away, but they may forget that nothing goes away on the Internet.
The fact is that Eighth District Court Judge Allan Earl was a willing participant in breaking all the law mentioned in the series from the beginning and perhaps such participation influenced his decision of stepping down for “health reasons” as well as for all his attorneys friends, beneficiaries and culprits of the out of state trust assets.
The New Hampshire Feeley Family Trust is awaiting the Appellate Court to decide if it is going to abide by the Nevada Constitution and a United States Supreme Court mandatory precedent that says the trust from one state cannot be governed by another state.
We have heard about the law of the land extensively since ObamaCare was jammed down our throats. Then, thanks to Supreme Court Chief Justice John Robert’s curious reasoning, we got to hear more about the law of the land.
Now we move to the same-sex marriage ruling from our Supreme Court and there are more law of the land words being touted from everyone backing Obama; where are the words when Obama uses his phone and a pen to sign executive orders that are contrary to the U.S. Constitution?
Lois Lerner and the IRS boss destroy evidence in the middle of an investigation, Hillary Clinton lies to the American People, but tells the truth to her family and the leaders of foreign governments.
Clinton tells a committee investigating her that e-mails were erased from servers, but only “those concerning weddings and other personal data.” Then we recover some e-mails that contain top secret data.
After all this corruption, we wonder: does it still depend on what the word is, is? It seems like the law of the land is only applied selectively and then only by elected officials when they are trying to tell the people of this country to shut up.
This newspaper has been saying for many years that selective enforcement of the law of the land is corruption. All laws of the land should be enforced all the time, and apply to all.
When people of high office break laws and then enforcers fail to apply the law of the land to those people of authority, we have a country in decline.
The words “High Crimes and Misdemeanors” are part of a doctrine that few people understand. The Congressman from Michigan, John Conyers, Jr. was heard often spewing those very words during the impeachment process against Bill Clinton. The more he spoke the more proof he provided that he had no clue what the words meant. He was heard often stating that what Bill Clinton was accused of doing did not rise to the level of a “High Crime and Misdemeanor.” For the less-than-bright, such as the liberal Michigan Congressman and others, let’s explain what that phrase means.
The words “high crime” refers to a crime committed by a person holding a position of high office.(High office — high crime.)
Bill Clinton held the highest office in the land of America at the same time that this brain-challenged Congressman was saying the crime did not rise to a high level. There was no person in America that could have committed a higher crime then Bill Clinton.
Like a lot of elected officials, some are not qualified to hold their positions. The time has come for the people of the United States to not accept incompetence from any official. The laws of this land must be upheld and enforced by everyone. Not enforcing just laws is corruption. Who among us can argue against that statement?
The Las Vegas Tribune has been publishing a series of articles written by Alexandra Cohen that relate a story of corruption and high officials not following the law of the land. It appears to this newspaper that Nevada District Court Judges have been participating in a scheme to steal funds held in an out-of-state Trust.
A U.S. Supreme Court Decision established that such an act could not be done and therefore would be violating the law of the land. Court
Orders that violate established law of the land are considered void and cannot be enforced. As previously explained by the Las Vegas Tribune, the Trustee of a New Hampshire Trust took the added precaution to protect his family Trust assets from the actions of a Nevada Judge that was ignoring the law of the land by obtaining a Cashier’s Check in the name of the Trust.
The banker that issued the Cashier’s Check advised the Trustee that the check would be the best protection to insulate the asset from court actions. Once issued, a Cashier’s Check cannot have payment stopped by anyone, including judges. UCC 4-303.
This act should have protected the assets of the spendthrift Trust. The Nevada Judge could not force the Trustee to turn the Cashier’s Check over to the court. The bank with the binding commitment to honor
their Cashier’s Check and pay it per the directions of the holder told the Nevada Judge that they could not stop payment on the check unless an affidavit was attested to stating that the check was lost, destroyed, or stolen.
The Nevada Judge’s agenda was to ensure that all lawyers in his court would be paid. He instructed the losing defense attorney to sign an affidavit attesting that the check was lost, destroyed, or stolen. None of those words applied to the check and everyone knew that fact.
This Order signed by Judge Allan Earl amounted to fraud and the commission of a Class “A” Felony under the color of law, or a high crime and Felony while holding office as a District Court Judge.
Justice demands that Allan Earl answer for the theft of out-of-state Trust assets and the stop payment of a Cashier’s Check issued by an FDIC-insured Federally Chartered bank. This crime is a high crime and felony. This Newspaper would suggest that integrity of the Nevada Courts is very important. If Judge Earl has the integrity to admit that the oath of office he swore to does need to be followed, then he should immediately do everything possible to correct his mistakes. It is blatantly obvious what was done. The record existing in this case is massive, and now it will require quick definitive action to correct.
If Judge Earl fails to take the high road then the State of Nevada will suffer severe financial loss by not being able to follow and enforce the laws of the land.
The Trust industry in Nevada will be a fraud and taxpayers will lose the benefit of robust Trust creation. Officials in high office have tremendous power and if abused, it causes severe consequences to innocent victims.
Las Vegas Tribune believes that Judge Allan Earl has participated in a scheme to enrich Nevada lawyers by stealing out-of-state assets held in Trust. If the newspaper had not seen the proof, it would not be printed as true. Seeing is believing.
The facts that this newspaper have reported in the series portrayed about this event happening in the District Court of Nevada are on record and cannot be denied.
This happened, and now it is up to Nevada officials to do the legal, moral and right thing of upholding “the law of the land.”
Covering this event up is not possible. The newspaper and the Trustee of the Trust that was stolen by the Nevada Judge is going to continue to cause Nevada the loss of Trust creation within the borders of Nevada.
Nevada for years has been promoting that this state is number one for the creation of Trusts. Nevada may well become the worst state for Trusts because Nevada judges do not follow the law of the land.
The story will go national soon, and Nevada better straighten things out before it gives a black eye to our state.