Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Enemy Combatants have more rights then H. Beatty Chadwick

For the second time in a week or so, I couldn't help but draw parallels between the unfortunate residents at Guantanamo Bay and our very own H. Beatty Chadwick. Those not "in the know" would be surprised to find out that the U.S. Supreme Court (those are the Fed's, folks) recently voted 5-4 in favor of granting protection under the U.S. Constitution with respect to the Writ Of habeas corpus. This Writ is often referred to as the hallmark of a civilized nation. It guarantees that...oh hell, here it is direct from Wikipedia:

'Habeas corpus' (IPA: /ˈheɪbiəs ˈkɔɹpəs/) (Latin: [We command] that you have the body)[1] is the name of a legal action, or writ, through which a person can seek relief from unlawful detention of himself or another person. The writ of habeas corpus has historically been an important instrument for the safeguarding of individual freedom against arbitrary state action.

Did everyone get that "unlawful detention" part? And the part about "safeguarding of individual freedom against arbitrary state action?"

Starting to sound familiar? This is EXACTLY what H. Beatty Chadwick has been saying for the last 13 years!! Yet no one wants to touch this.

It's no coincidence that Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito count among the dissenting opinions. Clarence Thomas is an idiot and probably still trying to find the pubic hair on his Coke can, and Alito is the SAME judge whose 3rd Circuit decision kept Chadwick in jail.

Seven years into Chadwick's as yet undetermined sentence (13 years and counting) he petitioned the US district court on the Writ of habeas corpus...and was ordered RELEASED!!! His ex wife got a stay granted and appealed to the 3rd Court, where then Judge Alito wrote an opinion that the the State was upholding its "right" to keep a debtor in jail for an "indefinite period of time..." even for life...and overturned the lower courts decision....keeping Chadwick in jail.

When did Alimony become a debt and not a duty? Seems like the courts change the word to suit them best. And if the State can jail you for a debt, what prevents them from making all of us criminals? They simple have to declare that you "owe" alimony. Ipso facto...your a criminal.

If we ever needed to get supreme court justice off the bench, Alito is the one.


Anonymous said...

So the last update was June. Have there been any other updates? Is there any furthur legal options available?

optimist said...

..unfortunately, no. There is nothing new. Chadwick continues to sit in prison.

piratenewstv said...

Just campaign for judge against the judge who jails you, like my brother the lawyer did:

There's no constitutional requirement to be a "licensed lawyer" in civil cases. Most judges in USA are not "licensed lawyers", never graduated law school, never passed a bar exam, never attended college, and many cannot even read, even in criminal cases, according to NY Times:

BillC said...

The third circuit denied a motion to issue a Certificate of Availability (which is needed to appeal a Habeas ruling).

The order said there is no substantial evidence that any constitutional right is being violated; and concluded that "jurists of reason would not debate whether the District Court was correct in denying Appellant's claims."

Richard said...

Posting yr site to www.junto.blogspot.com. From what I read, this is a travesty of justice. Even if 'guilty,' 14 years is ENOUGH!
Richard Carreno via Writers.Clearinghouse@comcast.net

Puma said...

The 13th Ammendment to the US Constitution also applies to the abolishment of debtors prisons.

Mr. Chadwick is sitting in a debtor's prison. For life.

I thought we were a nation of laws. I thought the government (including the judicial branch) had to obey the law. What law is higher than the US Constitution?

Welcome to the U.S.S.A.

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Perhaps it's time to start throwing some of these rogue & corrupt "judges" in prison. (& throwing away the key) Jail them. It doesn't matter if it's "legal" or not. They deliberately misinterpret (or outright ignore) the law....so why can;t we? We're all equal under the law, so if judges have a right to interpret the law however they choose, do we not have the same right?