Parties are Coming Together on Possible Violation of 14th Amendment
Rymir Satterthwaite and other parties along with support from the Families Civil Liberties Union (FCLU) will file a notice of federal younger doctrine alert to family court judges and administrators in Camden County regarding possible violation of 14th amendment and non-compliance to Rule 1:1-2.
Camden, NJ - Rymir Satterthwaite and other parties along with support from the Families Civil Liberties Union (FCLU) will file a notice of federal younger doctrine alert to family court judges and administrators in Camden County regarding possible violation of 14th amendment and non-compliance to Rule 1:1-2. Mentioned, also, are defense attorneys of Shawn Corey Carter(Jay-Z) across states lines who had some past and present allegations of misconduct of allege fraud claims they are violating federal statutes. (see similar complaint here)
Under this notice, the petitioners may assert criminal acts violation N.J.S.A. 2C:2-2, 18 USC 1341 and other constitutional rights under the Federal.
The Younger Doctrine Alert was established by a legal case in 1971 (Younger v. Harris) which allows Federal jurisdiction when there is dereliction or misconduct at State or local levels. It is essentially an administrative remedy to a legal conduct matter.
Specifically, mentioned are Rules 2:5-4 and Rule 1:2-2 that are available to all parties under the 14th amendment to have access to court records that are verbatim so they can properly litigate a case. Parties have not been able to obtain the records with some requested almost a year ago.
This underling paternity issue has been a long battle since 2010 in Philadelphia with its own set of allegations involving allege attorney collusion which include their family members who work in the court system which is under investigation by the Governor in PA. It must be noted that PA Judge for this case did what was in the best interest of Rymir until attorney collusion came. PA Judge is respected by Rymir. However, both paternity cases in PA & NJ are about allegations of fraud.
On December 12, 2014, evidence of the scale of the abuse suffered by the public was filed which was a public document but is now seal, however, seal record may have lend itself to some known corruption problems.
Rymir and parties are seeking good and honest legal representation in PA and NJ, and ask for public support in helping them. Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Sharon McClain, President FCLU Philadelphia Chapter