Part II Clarkson Sues FBI
Part III Clarkson vs. SCDOR
Part IV Round II on Promoter Injunction
(See Round I under menu item Clarkson Whips DOJ 2005)
Other Promoter Injunctions
Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis famously said
"Sunlight is the best disinfectant."
Indeed some of the most malignant growth of our government has been nurtured under a cover of darkness. Sunlight and clean air kill harmful bacteria. Likewise, the exposure of wrongdoing kills illegal government conduct.
Dr. Clarkson has included this pargraph in most of his FOIA lawsuits.
Clarkson Charged with Contempt of Court
Sept 26; Columbia SC: Brave Patriot Gary Chapman stands up to powerful SC Department of Revenue [DOR], presents his case without missing a beat and faces down able chief counsel for DOR at tax case before SC Admistrative Law Court [ALC].
Judge finds Dr. Clarkson guilty of writing briefs plus assisting Gary today and thousands of other Patriots over the last 30 years. The government had an easy case to prove as Clarkson’s website has hundreds of briefs, motions and pleadings that he obviously wrote. He openly admitting writing possibly thousands of such in Federal and state cases. Generally, his style is easily identified and everybody knows what he is actually doing.
DOR had an exceptionally able head-lawyer who served in the Army with First Lt Clarkson years ago. He was able to put the facts on record quickly so that our fearless Patriot was finally accused of what he was really doing, not the imagination of some archenemy.
Even though it was Gary’s case, Dr Clarkson was tried without notice for contempt of court. However, he was allowed to testify on what he did and how he did it.
The Administrative Law Judge [ALJ] was an attractive young lady who listened carefully and clearly defined the actions of our paralegal-in-chief. Then she found him in criminal contempt and fined him $500.
After years of operating in a gray area with genuine fears, this issue is now headed to the supremes so the laws on paralegals helping pro se litigants can be updated. Preliminary research leads our brief-writer extraordinaire to believe that he will prevail and the statistics are overwhelmingly in his favor. More developments later.
Patriot Chapman proceeded alone with his advisor muzzled. However, he had done his homework and his presentation was magnificent. His objections were timely and skillful. He protected the record and set the stage for a smashing victory against the hated tax collectors.
When he complained that he was a helpless carpenter, the ALJ observed that he was doing very well. Later the opposing counsel agreed. Sounds encouraging but they smartly killed our best point for our later appeal.