Tuesday, December 7, 2010

silencing victims - us marshal's office deployed to shut down sites - internet censorship - the color of law

Source: PRLog Free Press Release

Judge A. Howard Matz Utilizes the US Marshal’s Office to Silence Victims

Internet censorship exemplifies the diminishing constitutional rights under the color of law


PRLog (Press Release) – Dec 07, 2010 – Washington, DC - December 7, 2010 - Fleur De Lis Film Studios television series “Whistleblowers – The Untold Stories” and “Rogues In Robes” have obviously struck a political and judicial nerve. Instead of upholding the law and protecting American taxpayers, the U.S. Marshal Office is apparently hard at work shutting down websites that expose judicial corruption. Such Internet censorship exemplifies the diminishing constitutional rights under the color of law.

Central Federal District of California Judge A. Howard Matz seems to have figured out the best way to silence investigative reporters, attorneys and litigants criticizing his unconstitutional rulings. U.S. Marshals’ Los Angeles office located in Matz’ courthouse has been contacting website hosts, claiming that websites outlining the disgraced jurist’s dirty deeds are “under investigation” and must therefore be shut down. U.S. Marshal Darcy Smith claims to be conducting such “investigations”.

Several websites pertaining to Judge Matz have been shut down in such a manner over a year ago and remain “suspended” to date. Owners of the websites independently tell us that no one from the U.S. Marshals contacted them with respect to any “investigations”. Some of the websites shut down in this manner include:

www.JudgeAHowardMatz.com (taken down by the U.S. Marshals in December of 2009)

www.JudgeForSale.com (taken down by the U.S. Marshals in December of 2009)

www.AHowardMatz.com (taken down by the U.S. Marshals in July of 2010)

The websites reportedly contained Judge Matz’ biography, as well as the history of his political ties and contributions. Two of them also provided an interactive tool allowing attorneys and litigants to rate Judge Matz’ performance, akin to “The Robing Room”. Judge Andrew Napolitano’s book, “Constitutional Chaos: What Happens When the Government Breaks its Own Laws”, was prominently featured on the websites in question.
Addressing Judge Matz’ notorious rulings towards the Guantanamo detainees, Judge Napolitano wrote, “Judge Howard Matz - the same judge who came up with the “not welcome” ruling – again dismissed the action, finding another means of circumventing the Constitution in order to allow the government to violate the Camp Delta detainees’ due process protections.”

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