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Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Press Release: PCAC Calls for Congressional Corruption Hearings

PCAC Founded to Prohibit Corruption And Cronyism
PUBLIC  COMMITTEE ON ATTORNEY CONDUCT
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Tel: 347-632-9775  - Fax: 206-339-3784
email: pcacinformation@gmail.com          
Web: www.pcac.8k.com

PRESS RELEASE
For Immediate Release

Public Committee on Attorney Conduct Asks Immediate Congressional Hearings into Actions of Federal Judges Blocking Series of Cases Against New York Bar Disciplinary Committee

PCAC Calls Actions of Federal District Court Judges Shira Sheindlin and Thomas P. Griesa Derailing Series of Citizen Lawsuits Against New York Bar Review Committee Blatant Attempts to Cover-Up Official Corruption

New York, NY. Public Committee on Attorney Conduct (PCAC) has issued an immediate call for Congressional Hearings to review the concerted actions of federal District Court judges designed to shut down lawsuits charging New York Appellate Division Bar Disciplinary Committee with official corruption.

PCAC was recently established through the combined efforts of Litigation Recovery Trust (LRT), a New York based rights administration organization, and Integrity in the Courts, and Expose Corrupt Courts, two Internet blogs focused on judicial and attorney disciplinary processes and procedures. The objective of the new organization is to assist in replacing the existing New York State Attorney Grievance Committees with a body controlled by non-attorneys . The PCAC is headquartered in New York City.

PCAC has issued the following statement in response to the recent federal court actions:
Public Committee on Attorney Conduct (PCAC) requests that the United States Senate and House Judiciary Committees and the U.S. Judicial Conference undertake an immediate review of the actions of Federal District Court Judges Thomas P. Griesa and Shira Sheindlin in blocking a series of citizen lawsuits charging the New York State Bar Disciplinary Committee with official corruption. The series of court actions showed clear evidence of corruption of the Departmental Disciplinary Committee in covering up the criminal and ethical violations of attorneys by disregarding allegations ranging from concealment of evidence, obstruction of justice, sexual assault by attorneys, pilfering of estates by attorneys, abuse of power, conspiracy and repeated violations of Constitutional rights. The judges in question halted the series of citizen lawsuits without benefit of hearing, and in some cases without reviewing the plaintiffs’ pleadings.

PCAC asks the Senate and House Judiciary Committees to call immediate hearings to review the actions of federal judges in New York designed to frustrate citizen efforts to hold court officials to account for a continuing pattern of corruption and illegal activities.
In announcing the issuance of the Committee’s statement, John T. Whitely, Chairman of the PCAC Organizing Committee, stated, “We now see that the bench-bar power structure in New York State is hard at work drawing up the wagons to defeat citizen efforts seeking a wide ranging reform that is long overdue. The most recent actions of federal judges using their authority to deny plaintiffs their day in court seeking to expose a continuing pattern of official corruption cannot be permitted. It is now time for the Congress to get involved in this critical court reform process.“

Full statements of the PCAC founding members will be made available at www.pcac.8k.com.
Public Committee on Attorney Conduct has been organized to review both past and present cases brought before the New York State grievance committees to provide an independent review and analysis of attorney complaints, and issue proposed findings. With respect to past cases, the PCAC is particularly interested in hearing from persons who maintain that they have been treated unfairly and unjustly by the disciplinary committees. As part of its initial efforts, the new committee is seeking documentation of all complaints against attorneys dating to January 1,1988.

PCAC represents the first bar review mechanism in the United States made up entirely of non-attorneys. Since news of the formation of the PCAC was first made public on June 17, 2008, individual complainants have begun submitting requests to the committee to review both past and current matters before the New York State grievance committees. Requests and documents are being received by PCAC at its email address: pcacinformation@gmail.com. Telephone inquiries can be directed to 347-632-9775. For additional information, contact the PCAC website at www.pcac.8k.com.
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For additional information please contact:

John T. Whitely
Chairman Executive Search Committee
Public Committee on Attorney Conduct
515 Madison Avenue
New York, New York 10022
Telephone 347-632-9775
E-mail: pcacinformation@gmail.com
Web: pcac.8k.com

Expose Corrupt Courts
Email:corruptcourt@gmail.com
Web: www.exposecorruptcourts.blogspot.com

William J. Hallenbeck
Executive Director
Litigation Recovery Trust
515 Madison Avenue
New York, New York 10022
Telephone 6462019269
E-mail: lrtinformation@gmail.com
Web: litigationrecoverytrust.8k.com

Frank Brady
www.IntegrityintheCourts.wordpress.com
Email: integrityinthecourts@gmail.com

About Public Committee on Attorney Conduct

The newly formed Public Committee On Attorney Conduct will review both past and present cases brought before the New York State grievance committees to provide an independent review and analysis of the facts, and issue proposed findings. With respect to past cases, the committee will hear from persons who maintain that they have been treated unfairly and unjustly by the state disciplinary committees. As part of its initial efforts, the new committee is actively seeking documentation of all complaints against any attorneys dating to January 1, 1988. Public Committee On Attorney Conduct will include as members individuals, who through their personal and professional lives have established a reputation of responsibility and fairness. While attorneys will be available to the PCAC as advisers, all voting members issuing formal reports and decisions will be non attorneys. PCAC is the first such lawyer conduct review organization in the U.S. to be controlled solely by non attorneys.

About Litigation Recovery Trust

Founded in 1995, Litigation Recovery Trust is a New York based claims and rights administration organization. LRT pursues claims and causes of action worldwide, and processes single and group litigation claims, as well as general rights fees and awards. LRT also participates in legislative and administrative initiatives designed to protect or advance individual claims and rights.


About Integrity in the Courts Blog

Integrity in the Courts is a daily Internet blog, which focuses on ethical and legal issues related to the administration of justice nationwide. Issues impacting both the judiciary and the bar are examined, including compliance with codes of judicial conduct, and codes of professional responsibility. Violations of law and failure to abide by codes of conduct are monitored, together with actions leading to disciplinary rulings, including attorney admonishments, reprimands, censures, suspensions and court ordered losses of licenses to practice law.

About Expose Corrupt Courts

Since beginning publication in March 2007, Expose Corrupt Courts has become one of the leading sources of both public and inside information concerning bench and bar misconduct. While the blog focuses primary attention on the court system of New York State, it regularly covers stories of interest throughout the U.S. Expose Corrupt Courts has led coverage of the massive corruption charges that have been filed against the attorney grievance committees in New York resulting in the filing of over a dozen law suits with the federal district court in Manhattan.

6 comments:

Most Thankful said...

God Bless Frank Brady and all of the above mentioned for putting together this Committee and these Websites.

Anonymous said...

This is long overdue. New York has long considered itself the financial capital of the world. It's about time New York's status as the corruption capital be exposed.

Anonymous said...

The harder you press...EXPOSE CORRUPT COURTS...the more resistance you have received!

This only means you have hit them hard and hit them wide and hit them right...you ARE making an impact...definitely!

Every American must support this site, if they are ever to see JUSTCICE the way it was meant to be and the way they deserve it to be.

Don't let the judges and lawyers of this country corrupt your world...they are doing that now and they must be stopped! I know these monsters...I worked for them!

unhappy with jackie said...

I smell another another Tammany Hall scandal, just like the other website says. Finally! That's what I say. I want to see Silberman's fat rump before a Washington DC committee. And tell Silberman that the bright lights of national TV make your butt (and chins) look bigger.

Anonymous said...

Every person who comes on to this Blog in support of the efforts here should send emails to their state Assembly person, State Senator, Governor Paterson, Chief Judge Kaye, their Congress person, US Senators Schumer and Clinton, Attorney General Andrew Cuomo with the LINK to the SITE and the CALL For Congressional Action in the Email. Keep it going, Ratchet up the Pressure and the Voices. It has been at least 12 years of Pataki and more strengthening the "favored" and "protected" walls but All Walls can Come Down and be Brought Down, look at the Berlin Wall, look at when China relations opened up. The proper functioning of the NY STATE Court Systeme STATEWIDE SHOULD Be on the The Agenda for the November Elections, Action by Governor Paterson and more. The Rigged "favorite' system is too old and has Enriched ( wrongfully quite often ) too many folks. Time to Show these folks the power of political action and take seriously the RIGHT TO PETITION ONE's Government for REDRESS and GRIEVANCES, a Right which was placed in the FIRST AMENDMENT, not the Tenth, the FIRST AMENDMENT.

bless me father said...

I heard a few court employees have been talking to Andy's crew. And they're getting a total pass-- I don't mind a few of the crooks getting away without time if the system gets cleaned and a bunch of the big abusers really get nailed to the cross. amen

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