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Florida Imposter Judge Dava Tunis find attorney Jack Thompson Guilty of "Naughtiness"
May 24, 2008
By Wendy Clardy (View author info)
|Miami, Florida - |
Miami-Dade State Attorney Finds "Judge" Dava Tunis ' Loyalty Oath Forged. The Result: All Tunis Orders Are Void, Including Those Entered against Jack Thompson
Miami attorney and anti-violent video game activist Jack Thompson received stunning, good news this morning in the form of a formal finding of the Office of Miami-Dade County State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle:
Rundle's office has found that Jack Thompson's Bar disciplinary referee Dava Tunis was the beneficiary of a forged state loyalty oath, just as Thompson had alleged.
Tunis has admitted to the State Attorney that her oath was forged, and she has admitted, in effect, that her subsequent loyalty oaths were also improper and legally inadequate as proven by the fact that Tunis , belatedly, finally executed a state loyalty oath on February 4, 2008.
The consequence of the forgery finding and the panicked after-the-fact loyalty oath is stunning: All of Tunis' orders entered while on the bench are void, including those entered against Thompson. Further, because she did not timely execute a valid loyalty oath, she has missed the deadline to do so mandated by state law. She must be removed from the bench and all salary payments to her refunded by her to the state.
The Florida Bar is now back to square one with Thompson and must start the "disciplinary" process all over again. Is this a great country or what?
See the attached verdict and below commentary excerpt. Jack Thompson's detractors, headed by Ft. Lauderdale attorney Norm Kent, could not wait to expose Dava Tunis 's void ruling as to Jack's guilt of lawyerly naughtiness. Of course, Dava, Norm, and a few others think the Supreme Court should disbar Jack Thompson. I, on the other hand, think the Supremes should give him a merit badge.
This happens to lawyers who stand up for righteousness against the corrupt superstructure of the courts and legal profession, not just in Florida , but nationwide.
Remember though that Jack has not finished his fight, for he knows that every single judge in the state holds office unlawfully. So, here comes Round 2. As Michael Buffer might say, "Lets get ready to rumbuuuuuule!"
Thompson just revealed the fact that because the State Attorney determined that Tunis allowed her forged loyalty oath on record, she does not hold office and her ruling is a nullity.
Second, an officer who proceeds to "execute the duties" before executing the required Oath of his office is acting without authority and all acts taken thereby are void. Accord: Tappy v. State ex rel. Byington, 82 So.2d 161, 165-166 (Fla. 1955)("Section 2, Article XVI, of the Constitution provides, so far as it is material here, that 'Each and every officer of this State * * * shall before entering upon the discharge of his official duties take the following oath of office * * *.' There can be no doubt that because of this provision, the taking of the official oath by Governor Collins was an indispensable ingredient of the installation in office which the Constitution required, and that until this oath was taken Governor Collins was not 'duly qualified' as governor, for the reason that without the oath he had no power or authority to discharge the official duties of the office of governor. (Emphasis added)).
See Jack's letter below.
And for all of you who have suffered abuse by a Florida judge elected or appointed between 2000 and summer 2007, take note of the above ruling for it gives you remedy - your judge does not have a valid candidate oath on file because for those years the State Department did not put jurats on the election forms, and so none got notarized. That violated Florida Statute 876.05 which requires the jurat and notarization, and 876.05-10 clearly disqualify any elected official (including state attorneys, governors, attorney generals, sheriffs, commissioners, and judges) who failed to have the candidate and loyalty oath notarized before the election, and the public officer oath and public employ sworn and notarized before fulfilling duties or accepting pay. Anyone who allowed them to stay in office under those conditions committed a 2nd degree misdemeanor. And those who took and kept office are perjurers, usurpers, and felony imposters under Florida Statute 837.012, 839.18, and 843.0855, respectively..Contact Jack Thompson at 305-666-4366, firstname.lastname@example.org.