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Not all open-borders subversives hide behind black bandanas and hurl Molotov cocktails. Sometimes, they wear three-piece suits or silk dresses. Most insidiously, the saboteurs of American justice wear black robes, wield gavels and enlist other officers of the court to help them perpetrate crimes instead of punish them.

Nothing shocks me anymore after 30 years of covering immigration anarchy, but my disgust with American apathy toward the erosion of this once-sovereign nation deepens every day. Take the case of United States v. Shelley M. Richmond Joseph and Wesley MacGregor. She’s the Massachusetts state court judge and he’s the former court deputy who collaborated to hide and free an illegal alien criminal being sought by a federal U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent in Joseph’s Newton, Massachusetts, courthouse in 2018.

A year later, federal prosecutors charged these two government human traffickers with obstruction of justice after they conspired to let Dominican national Oscar Manuel Peguero a.k.a. Jose Medina-Perez — a fugitive who had been wanted on narcotics possession and drunk driving, had been deported twice before and had been barred from reentering under federal law — out a back door when ICE issued a detainer and warrant of removal.

Judge Joseph’s lawyers admitted the truth of prosecutors’ allegations on how she “purposefully” helped Peguero/Medina-Perez “evade” the ICE agent by “concocting a ruse.” While informing the federal agent that the illegal alien would be sent to the courthouse lobby, she cooked up an excuse for him to head “downstairs to lockup” and “then exit the courthouse through a rear sally-port exit.” Joseph directed MacGregor to “go off the record while she devised” the scheme with the illegal alien’s counsel. “After the recorder was turned back on and the alleged plan was set in motion, Deputy MacGregor used his access card to swipe” Peguero/Medina-Perez out the back portal.

Although he was captured a few weeks after the catch-and-release ruse in Newton, Peguero/Medina-Perez was granted bond by an immigration judge in May 2018. The previous double deportee was entrusted to return for a hearing in July 2019. I asked ICE this week about the status of that deportation hearing and Peguero/Medina-Perez’s whereabouts. Cue the sound of crickets.

Once again, the woke joke’s on us. Last week, three years after their illegal alien jailbreak conspiracy, Joseph and MacGregor learned they are getting off scot-free. U.S. Attorney Zachary Cunha announced that the U.S. Department of Injustice is dropping its charges against the scheming judge and deferring prosecution on the single perjury charge against her co-conspirator deputy. Joseph’s transgressions will now undergo “review” by a state judicial conduct commission. As a Reuters investigation reported, such toothless panels nationwide tend to “err on the side of protecting the rights and reputations of judges while overlooking the impact courtroom wrongdoing has on those most affected by it.”

ORDER IT NOW

Translation: If you’re an American citizen whose loved one gets mowed down by a drunken Peguero/Medina-Perez or whose child overdoses on drugs sold by him, good luck. The law is on the side of the illegal alien criminal and his judicial coddlers, not you and yours. Oh, and don’t bother protesting to the Newton City Council. Its members declared the city an open-borders sanctuary city on a 16-1 vote in 2017. In fact, the following cities in Massachusetts are all official sanctuaries that hinder and obstruct ICE from enforcing federal immigration laws inside our borders: Amherst, Boston, Cambridge, Chelsea, Concord, Newton, Northampton, Somerville and Lawrence.

So, citizens, who can you turn to in the Bay State for equal justice under the law? Ha. I remind you that in May 2018, Obama-appointed federal judge Indira Talwani attacked ICE agents in Massachusetts when they took an alien into custody who had received probation for visa fraud. “I see no reason for places of redress and justice to become places that people are afraid to show up,” Talwani argued on behalf of a Chinese national sentenced to probation for using a fake passport and visa to take a graduate school entrance exam for another person.

Have no fear, drunken Dominicans and Chinese cheats. American judges are here to help!

And so are other tax-subsidized DAs.

In March 2019, notorious Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins ordered her employees to monitor and snitch on ICE officers around any courthouse while trying to do their jobs. Rollins’ election was part of a wave of successful campaign bids to install “progressive prosecutors” to carry out left-wing billionaire George Soros’ plan of undermining the criminal justice system from within. A week after Joseph and MacGregor conspired to free their illegal alien poster child from ICE, Rollins and fellow subversive Middlesex County DA Marian Ryan sued ICE for doing its job. It was rendered moot and dropped after the anti-American Biden DOJ cut ICE off at the knees on its own.

I’d like to blame only leftists, Soros and Biden for the mess we’re in. But, as usual, I can’t. Judge Shelley “Jailbreak” Joseph is on the bench today thanks to the nomination of a Republican governor, retiring RINO Charlie Baker. Immigration anarchy is what you get when “bipartisanship,” “centrism,” “pragmatism” and “diversity” matter more than protecting an American judicial system that puts Americans first.

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  1. anonymous[216] • Disclaimer says:

    ‘Justice’ in the US legal system died a long time ago, along with some of its victims

    ‘Frequently Asked Questions on US Judicial and Legal Corruption’
    https://faqusajudicialcorruption.blogspot.com/

    A Guide for the Perplexed victims of US legal corruption, particularly common working people, minorities, and the vulnerable, when mauled by sadistic lying judges and gangster lawyers. Legal injustice victims are often in agony, mystified by how no one seems willing to help, after betrayal and abuse by courts, counsel, prosecutors, politicians, media, and bent ‘bar ethics’ and ‘civil liberties’ groups. Victims here find truth on what is happening, and the comfort of knowing they are not alone.

    • Replies: @Herbert R. Tarlek, Jr.
    @anonymous

    The court in that case ruled unjustly but correctly. It was a hard case that SCOTUS didn't allow to make bad law.

  2. So what? Prosecutors make a decision not to prosecute every day. Why does it matter that the crime involved an undocumented alien? Did these people belong in prison? Seriously? There are violent felons who are given probation all the time. In the grand scheme of criminal offenses this is trivial.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Harry Huntington

    They purposely let him escape out the back door of the courthouse. Did you read that part of it, Harry? (The entire 4th paragraph!) You're supposed to be a lawyer - you should be paying attention to details.

    Why do you bother trolling here? Pick on one of the Communist writers.

    , @Macumazahn
    @Harry Huntington


    Did these people belong in prison?
     
    Yes. When those who are charged with upholding the law instead flout it, prison is exactly where they belong.
    If it's the criminal illegal you're talking about, he may not belong in prison but should be swiftly deported.
  3. Nothing shocks me anymore after 30 years of covering immigration anarchy, but my disgust with American apathy toward the erosion of this once-sovereign nation deepens every day.

    I can’t tell if you mean ordinary patriotic Americans here. If so, yes, lots of them would rather follow that Sportsball* then care. They may have also learned that they ain’t gonna get far trying to actually do anything within the system. Exhibit A is the attempted recall of California Governor Gavin Newsom.

    As for the Masshole Judges and such, their motives are deep short-term compassion mixed with stupidity, along with hatred for the country, and often too much cowardice that prevents them from doing the right thing. I suppose they will only learn if an immediate family member got raped, murdered, or killed by a Hispanic drunk driver.

    It’ll be too late. I like better Ron DeSantis and Greg Abbott’s idea of sending the misery they’ve inflicted back to them. There’s plenty of room to land one of those Florida Guard lifters at Logan, but there’s also Hanscom Field and Worcester, both with 7,000 ft runways. Let Operation Payback commence.
    .

    * See Peak Stupidity on What’s the matter with Sportsball?Part 1 and Part 2.

  4. Some respond and a bump on first comment from anon, and site, definitely knows the situation, so do hundreds of thousands of others, which reeling from the damage some don’t think to connect with others, not to start some group which people know any big group would be shut down, but regain strength, make small group, share ideas how best inform others, focus where we live. Bill Fine, William another, also tulanelink, or search corrupt lawyers etc. Some sites are many years old, some gone, yet even more relevant now, and others here or there try to expose the facts though harder now with censoring. People have no idea what’s been going on, false courts or supposed rights people think they have. In any event respect to Les and those who made effort, it’s required, each of us, everyone is affected just aren’t seeing it yet. View link, much truth.

    Otherwise appreciate the article Michelle, courts have functioned as a runway, and, how many immigrants are lawyers now, by plan, so also pushing influx. The schemers plan, as others sit. Need to be schemers ourselves, steer future, share.
    .

  5. @Harry Huntington
    So what? Prosecutors make a decision not to prosecute every day. Why does it matter that the crime involved an undocumented alien? Did these people belong in prison? Seriously? There are violent felons who are given probation all the time. In the grand scheme of criminal offenses this is trivial.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Macumazahn

    They purposely let him escape out the back door of the courthouse. Did you read that part of it, Harry? (The entire 4th paragraph!) You’re supposed to be a lawyer – you should be paying attention to details.

    Why do you bother trolling here? Pick on one of the Communist writers.

  6. @anonymous
    'Justice' in the US legal system died a long time ago, along with some of its victims

    https://i.ibb.co/T0H1mss/Leonel-Torres-Herrera.jpg

    'Frequently Asked Questions on US Judicial and Legal Corruption'
    https://faqusajudicialcorruption.blogspot.com/

    A Guide for the Perplexed victims of US legal corruption, particularly common working people, minorities, and the vulnerable, when mauled by sadistic lying judges and gangster lawyers. Legal injustice victims are often in agony, mystified by how no one seems willing to help, after betrayal and abuse by courts, counsel, prosecutors, politicians, media, and bent 'bar ethics' and 'civil liberties' groups. Victims here find truth on what is happening, and the comfort of knowing they are not alone.
     

    Replies: @Herbert R. Tarlek, Jr.

    The court in that case ruled unjustly but correctly. It was a hard case that SCOTUS didn’t allow to make bad law.

  7. @Harry Huntington
    So what? Prosecutors make a decision not to prosecute every day. Why does it matter that the crime involved an undocumented alien? Did these people belong in prison? Seriously? There are violent felons who are given probation all the time. In the grand scheme of criminal offenses this is trivial.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Macumazahn

    Did these people belong in prison?

    Yes. When those who are charged with upholding the law instead flout it, prison is exactly where they belong.
    If it’s the criminal illegal you’re talking about, he may not belong in prison but should be swiftly deported.

  8. Some note on herbert tarlek comment, supposedly not wanting to make ‘bad law’, refusal of justice is never right. Every year thousands assume after being damaged by ‘courts’ they have option of ‘supreme court’ though we don’t. They only ‘accept’ eighty cases a year. Eighty. As aside, numbers five or eight can dumb us down, both have positive brain effect, used in elections or choosing numbers, dates, etc. Suggest note.

    Back to point when people assume to appeal most don’t know it won’t be accepted, yet pay three hundred bucks to be ‘considered’ before being ‘denied’. It’s a money crank. They don’t stop anything that matters, where were ‘judges’ when we were dictated to ‘lockdown’ and wear ‘masks’. Also note they refused to hear Hedge’s ndaa case. ‘courts’ scheme same as supposed ‘govrmnt ‘state.

    On article, as population increased with dumbing effects from welfare, and mass immigration, negative aspects of large population, controler types use for chaos.

    Really should have slowed most immigration twenty years ago. Anyway best connect as can, share here and there, encourages same in others.

  9. – isn’t intention to take up thread, correction on my first post, Richard Fine rather than bill. Just important to know people put energy in over years though doesn’t go anywhere because others assume doesn’t affect them. But is mistake, who scribbled law they can dictate us to ‘lockdown, or not work, or wear masks. Everyone affected by supposed judges or ‘courts. Anyway page with others who tried in past courtvictim. com/heroes/richard-i-fine -have to close space and copy paste to browser, don’t want lit link in comment, is just previous examples where really is many others besides. Point is won’t change until people focus, where we live.

    That Michelle writes about courts here and there is notable, which someone commented once on examples of writers here that either Illana or Michelle or maybe both are picked on a bit because of somewhat mainstream background or toward misinfo in times past but on another hand they go places others don’t, and would agree, article from Illana a couple weeks back was example in my opinion, so is courts subject. What Michelle describes in article almost sounds made up, but it’s not. Much goes on. In other words again appreciate the subject Michelle.

  10. One thing we don’t think of is waste, when ICE and other agencies that are supposed to do something it comes from taxes, or it goes onto debt.

    So if what they’re supposed to do is routed by others in the system, what’s the purpose of paying for it? Just a thought.

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