Thursday, August 1, 2013

No Jurisdiction Over An Obvious Jurisdiction Fraud In A Paternity Fraud? What !?!

Ron L. Svaty is a notoriously corrupt judge in Ellsworth County, Kansas, and the epitome of judicial kakistocracy.  An overview of his outrageous paternity fraud is accessible by clicking here.   Those who somehow remain unconvinced that Svaty is a monster, a list of his criminal acts, along with hyperlinks to the overwhelming evidence against him, can be accessed by clicking here.  Moreover, after being tipped off about his nefarious scheme, a separate website has been established to expose and monitor his plan to falsely arrest and assassinate Spencer C. Young on behalf of Morgan Stanley in a desperate effort to prevent the publishing of his tell-all exposé, Cannibals In White Shoes, detailing his knowledge of Morgan Stanley’s involvement in criminal activities, with a unique dual perspective – to wit, as a former insider executive director and later as an unwitting target of wrath from this “too big to fail bank”.

With regard to Svaty’s criminal wrongdoing, the below document evidences a preposterously corrupt system that is so obviously rigged, it represents an assault on intelligence.  It is yet another instance of kakistocracy having a strangle-hold on the throat of America's common sense.  Allow me to get to the gist of it -- simply put, it was a way of having the overwhelming evidence of Svaty's paternity fraud, jurisdiction fraud and disregard of the US Constitution from creating a record of having been presented to others in the Kansas Office of Administrative Hearings.  

What is comedically ironic is the basis upon which this dismissal is predicated (and later granted).  Now get this (on page 3 below) "the Office of Administrative Hearings has no jurisdiction to determine the validity of the court order" . . . even if obvious jurisdiction fraud that is as plain as day was committed.  Folks, that is . . .  

Absolutely Preposterous !

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