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TESTING THE PROPOSITION:

"... any publicly made (non-frivolous) allegation of

serious misconduct ... against a Supreme Court Justice

would receive intense scrutiny in the press..."

    — 1993 Report of the National Commission on Judicial Discipline & Removal (at p. 122)


 

TEST #1:  CJA’s NOVEMBER 6, 1998 IMPEACHMENT COMPLAINT AGAINST CHIEF JUSTICE REHNQUIST AND THE ASSOCIATE JUSTICES
             — and the House Judiciary Committee’s Cover-Up of the Hundreds of Judicial Impeachment Complaints It Receives    

     

 

 

TEST #2:    2004 SUPPLEMENT.
Supreme Court's impeachable repudiation of Congressionally-imposed obligations of disqualification & disclosure under 28 USC 455 & disregard for the single recommendation addressed to it by the 1993 Report of the National Commission on Judicial Discipline & Removal that it consider establishing an internal mechanism to review judicial misconduct complaints against its justices.



TEST #3:
    2007 "Disruption of Congress" Case -- "How Does the U.S. Supreme Court Handles Misconduct Complaints against its Staff?"



 

            TEST #4:    2008 -- The Fraud of the "Breyer Committee Report"

      

 

 

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