The Kansas Supreme Court Mockery of Justice Continues

05/25/2012 12:35

by Allen Williams


Kansas has a governing problem.  The rule of law has transcended into the 'rule of money' and is a strong testimony to the deep seated corruption nurtured in this state by planned parenthood.  The planned parenthood litany of corruption can be found here.  They helped elect some of the most corrupt successors to public office from Paul Morrison to Kathleen Sebelius.  The 14 member committee for picking judges made up of 7 lawyers and 7 members appointed by the governor ensures the 'status quo' is maintained in the judiciary.

The Kansas Supreme court ranks right up there with the truly nefarius gulags of the past.  Kangaroo court doesn't begin to do justice to this pack of jackals.  In fact, you were likely to get a fairer trial in nazi germany or under Stalin than from these misfits.  It was justice Lawton Nuss who dictated to the worthless Kansas Legislature precisely how much money should be voted for education in deference to the teacher's union in the Montoy decision.  It was justice Carol Beir's antogonism towards anything threatening abortion that led to Kline's erthics trial despite having been exonerated twice before by the ethics committee.  It was the Kansas Supreme Court who gagged sitting judge Richard Anderson and prevented him from testifying that planned parenthood abortion records had been forged.  It was the Kansas Supreme Court who allowed then attorney general Paul Morrison to join planned parenthood's suit against Kline to get the evidence back.  However, Morrison got caught with his 'trousers around his ankles' and had to resign in a sex scandal, so it fell to Steve Six, appointed by governor Kathleen Sebelius, to destroy the fraudulent records resulting in 23 felonies dismissed by the district court.

Attorney General Phill Kline was punished by the state supreme court for daring to do the job he was elected to do.  The secret proceedings of the Kansas Supreme Court provides background on the court's constitutional abuses.  Here are key allegations excerpted from Kline's motion for recusal:

*Ordered that discovery be obtained from Mr. Kline and his staff in a manner that served well the shared goals of Morrison and Planned
Parenthood, but was detrimental to Mr. Kline’s investigation into the crimes of Planned Parenthood, including Planned Parenthood’s failure to
report child sexual molestation;

* Entertained an unprecedented and meritless mandamus action filed by attorneys for the target of a criminal investigation (Planned Parenthood)
seeking to have the evidence of serious crimes taken from the prosecuting attorney (Mr. Kline) and given back to the criminal target;

* Ordered that the entire CHPP v. Kline case be conducted under seal, including a secret trial hidden from public scrutiny in which the criminal
target was able to utilize extraordinary discovery rights outside the parameters of the pending criminal case;

* Continued the tactic of publicly threatening Mr. Kline with ethical charges or contempt citations in a most injudicious way;

Endless opinions, half truths and scathing editorials from the Wichita Eagle to Sun Publications to the Kansas City Star reviled Phill Kline continuously during his tenure as both state attorney general and then as Johnson County prosecutor (replacing Paul Morrison).  It was no concern to the rat pack of journalism that Kline had evidence of coerced sex among underage girls.  The bastions of liberalism were under assault and must be protected no matter what the cost or who suffers.  Justice isn't's dead in Kansas.

Kansas truly reflects the culture of special interest corruption money that now rules the nation.