First orange jumpsuit interview with a jailed, white-haired, anti-judicial corruption whistleblower... We've seen this movie before; it's Richard Fine redux... Fine was held in LA in solitary confinement for 18 months (2009-10) under similar circumstances. In Richard Fine's case the unauthenticated, uncertified, sham, nonsensical "Report and Recommendation" by Magistrate Carla Woehrle cited the older Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996 [AEPDA], Shuler's sham habeas corpus judgment may be the first to cite NDAA. In Richard Fine's case, the fraud was paraded all the way up to the Supreme Court, which mocked due process and liberty itself in that case. Will we see the same in Roger Shuler's? The assault on whistleblowers in general, and whistleblowers against the court system in particular, is a cardinal sign of the death of Civil Society.
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Alabama Blogger Roger Shuler (2013) and former US prosecutor Richard Fine (2009) - whistleblowers on judicial corruption, falsely imprisoned by the state courts, in interviews from jail.
____* With Richard Fine they did not beat him up, but first they kept him incommunicado a few weeks, with no access to paper and pen. Fine, a former US prosecutor, ended up filing his Petition for a Writ of Habeas Corpus by phone to a friend.
* Here and there, you have the orange jumpsuit photographs of elderly, experienced men, who spoke up against judicial corruption.
* Here and there there, denial of access to records of the false imprisonment is inherent to the fraud.
* Here and there, you have a stubborn Resistance fighter in jail.
Prepare for a long and convoluted story up the courts, which will no doubt, with the passage of time stand out, like Richard Fine's, as high marks for corruption of the state and federal courts in our times...
I bet that the next chapter in Roger Shuler's case would be sham litigation of habeas corpus in the US district court.
In Richard Fine's case the unauthenticated, uncertified, sham "Report and Recommendation" by Magistrate Carla Woehrle cited the older Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996 [AEPDA], Shuler's sham habeas corpus judgment may be the first to cite NDAA.
Therefore, where speculations centered on Chomsky or Hedges to be the ones honored as first NDAA detainees, an Alabama blogger, Roger Shuler, little known outside of judicial. corruption fans, may snatch the prize!