A. Howard Matz worked at
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher in 1993 (although it's omitted from his bio's, probably because they wouldn't make him a partner)
Robert Bonner also was a partner in Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher in 1993. He is now a partner in the LA and DC offices of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher.
Debra Wong Yang is a partner in the LA office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, I'm sure you've heard of a story behind that:
If We Say It Thrice, It Must Be True
It was announced that a District Court of Appeals had found that the classification of a Uighur held at Guantánamo Bay as an “
unlawful combatant” was inappropriate; the Government needed to either revisit his classification or release him. The appellant’s attorney was reported as looking forward to passing along the news…but was unable to do so since his client was being held in isolation, incommunicado.
The New York Times is reporting that the unclassified portion of the opinion has been released. This passage in the story caught my eye: With some derision for the Bush administration’s arguments, a three-judge panel said the government contended that its allegations against a detainee should be accepted as true because they had been repeated in at least three secret documents. The court compared that to the absurd declaration of a Lewis Carroll character: “
I have said it thrice: What I tell you three times is true.” “This comes perilously close to suggesting that whatever the government says must be treated as true,” said the panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
A source familiar with Matz's work, who was not authorized to discuss the matter publicly and spoke on the condition of anonymity, said
ladies and gentlemen of the jury, is exactly why our government has a system of checks and balances.
If one branch of the government gets a little too full of itself, another can step in and impose some amount of reason, thereby reducing the chance our government devolves into a totalitarian regime. I don’t object in principle to the idea that those who really threaten public safety should be detained. However, the process by which the threat they pose is neutralized must permit a fair-process to review the assessment of that threat. You’d think that given after all this time, the process we have today wouldn’t rely on Executive fiat or the use of a tame, kangaroo court. Apparently the federal courts would seem inclined to agree. Except the Ninth.
But I'm no expert. But let me find a subpoena and I'll get to the bottom of the crime. Or die trying.
OUTSIDE IT'S AMERICA
what would be the capacity of law enforcement
and of the courts to SUPRESS this kind of SPEECH?" - Judge A. Howard Matz , PRE-TRIAL HEARING OF KILLERCOP.COM
A QUESTION FOR AMERICA:
Is "pretty good" pretty much like " pretty clear?" Because I'm " pretty sure" it is not. I know, it's complex. But then again, I'm officially nutzzzzzz, until certified (.pdf) un-nutzzzzzz, in a competent court of the law. So I am waiting on the law. It sure is not speedy...but it is baffled.
I'm all a Twitter waiting to see your reaction, to my reaction, to your Treatment and the promised Restoration. You'll just die when you see what I have in store for everyone involved in the story in 2012. At least that's my intent! 'Till then...
you know you have to look, there!! ABOVE!!
"another person" and "the person of another.
Read the plan, promptly!! A man's life, freedom and liberty are at stake!!! And it's probably a prudent thing to do, but don't speak about it!
In fact, don't even think about it, especially the cowards and the easily frightened children!
A. Howard Matz, Judge
After detecting a connection between the
3 Playas in the story, Matz, Yang and Kozinski, from the link below, it soon thereafter "disappeared" from http://www.omm.com A classic disinformationist tactic. Here is another source. And a backup copy
I like playing Connect The Dots, for the record and for the children.
That's how I roll.
And these are my peeps.
"The pair knew each other from a few years back when both worked in Los Angeles."
June 27, 1998
The U.S. Senate on Friday confirmed Century City
lawyer A. Howard Matz to a federal district judgeship in Los Angeles.
"I'm very honored, and I'm
truly looking forward to serving, GOD" said Matz, 54, a partner at Bird, Marella, Boxer, Wolpert & Matz.
"It's a wonderful opportunity to participate in
the process of pursuing justice."
Matz was nominated for the position by President Clinton last October on the recommendation of Sen. Barbara Boxer
Unlike many other Clinton nominees, Matz's confirmation process was relatively . He faced swift no opposition at the Senate Judiciary Committee and no votes were cast against him Friday.
Matz's candidacy was endorsed by numerous
influential lawyers, as well as by Lourdes G. Baird, a U.S. district judge here, Robert C. Bonner Jr., the former head of the Drug Enforcement Administration, Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Gil Garcetti and Sheriff Sherman Block.
A native of New York, Matz attended Columbia University and after graduating from
Harvard Law School to learn the difference between a right and an entitlement, then served as a law clerk to U.S. District Judge Morris E. Lasker in New York.
Suddenly he moved to Los Angeles and spent four years in the U.S. attorney's office, including a stint as chief of the office's special prosecutions unit.
(SPU) [ Pronounced Spew]
He entered private practice in 1978 and
specialized in complex business litigation and white-collar criminal cases. He has represented IBM, Walt Disney Co., the cities of Anaheim and Riverside, Yale University and numerous other Coporate Big Shots in civil cases.
Matz has also been involved in numerous civic activities, including serving on the boards of the
Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles and Bet Tzedek Legal Services, which provides legal assistance to low-income individuals. This is a front to hide that his heart belongs to the coporate machine, and one needs lies to churn the fuel along in the furnaces, like the Nazi's.
Both Boxer and Matz's longtime partner Terry Bird predicted that he would make an outstanding judge.
How wrong could two people be...unless by outstanding they meant outstanding alone in a field, in the dark, in the rain, kicking stray cats and acting like
deep commitment to [in]justice ... will make him an outstanding addition to the federal bench," Boxer said.
Bird, who met Matz when they served together as
federal prosecutors in the U.S. attorney's office, said his partner is " extremely bright, practical and devoted to the law. He'll be absolutely fair."
"It's my job. I'm going to make sure you get a fair trial." ~Judge A. Howard Matz.
08.22.2002, Pg 11. Trial of Killercop.com For Speech Crimes.
A Question by Judge A. Howard Matz.
Q. "No. I'm asking if your interpretation of disruptive
conduct is an outburst and definition of an outburst is an
interruption of the court proceedings? What I'm asking is if
Killercop believed he had to interrupt the court proceedings to assert a right, or rights, that his
court-appointed attorney was not asserting for him, in
Killercop's perception, would that -- would that render --
would that change your opinion that he was trying to manipulate?
the proceedings for the purpose of delay
A. Well, I don't know. I couldn't say whether or not, you
know, again -- you know, we didn't talk about why he was doing
that. He gave me -- you know, he essentially said that he just
began speaking for himself because, I think, one, he didn't
acknowledge Mr. Nicolaysen as his attorney and also he believed
that the judge was being unfair and -- Judge Matz that is --
and that he just wanted to present his case.
Q. Okay. So would it be fair, then, based on what you've
told me, that you believe that his outbursts were motivated, at
least in part, by his desire to
assert his rights and present
his case --
A. Yeah, I would -- yeah.
The only one in charge of manipulation, was Hizzzzzoner. Judge A. Howward Matz, above. He doesn't recognize rights.
In his tiny mind, speech is "conduct."
To be prevented.
Like rights. Liberty and justice.
"YOU CAN'T SIMPLY
GIVE A AND POUND THE TABLE FIGURATIVELY OR LITERALLY ABOUT
WHY IT'S UNFAIR FOR THAT QUESTION TO BE ASKED OR ANYTHING ABOUT OF THE QUESTION OR
THE MOTIVES ANYTHING LIKE THAT. THAT'S WAY. BUT YOU WOULD BE
BEYOND BOUNDS ENTITLED TO OBJECT AS LONG AS YOU.
FOLLOW THE RULES
NOT GOING TO TELL YOU ALL THE RULES."
[NOR IS HE BOUND BY ANY.] -SEE A "JUDGE WITH BAD JUDGEMENT" BELOW ON WHY.
YING THERE IS A YANG, AND SOMETIMES A CHA-CHING!
MEET A JUDGE WITH REALLY
THESE ARE THE PEOPLE JUDGE MATZ CALLS FRIENDS!
Contempt Of Cop
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CAMERA IS THE NEW SPEAK FOR GUN IN THE WILD, WILD WEST! - It's more about ' contempt of cop' than the violation of the wiretapping law.
Welcome to America Now step inside the jail cell - The audio exchange in this video was apparently recorded at the U.S. Canada border after a Canadian displayed contempt-of-cop towards the American law enforcement officer asking questions.
Contemptible police tactics - Cops raid the home of a licensed medical marijuana provider in Washington, handcuff the fourteen year old son and put a gun to his head, and search the nineteen year old daughter and take the contents of her mickey-mouse wallet.
How To Survive Traffic Stops in America, Submit, Instantly! - What the cops want is immediate obedience and submission. Many cops are ex-military and view the civilian motorists of America about like they viewed the hapless peasants of Iraq and Afghanistan, that is, with contempt, not as fellow citizens deserving of civility and respect. It is a possibly lethal mistake to do anything other than submit, instantly and obey! Or be ready to shoot first. But aim high.
My radio interview with Katherine Albrecht - Carlos Miller Photography is Not a Crime is interviewed by Katherine Albrecht, activist, radio host and privacy advocate, Tuesday afternoon where they discussed his blog, his arrests, the situation in the United Kingdom and the spread of contempt of cop cases that are popping up on the internet on a regular basis.
EVEN THE BRITISH ARE LAUGHING AT YA!!