Tuesday, December 27, 2005
“An open letter to whom it may concern” & Phillip E. Jones Sr
Family Court Division 65,
Clayton, MO 63105
Re: Open letter to whom it may concern
Jeep v. Jeep 03FC-10670(M), 03FC-12243 and
Dear P. E Jones,
I am scared to death. I am about to walk into a courtroom where a citizen’s rights to Due Process to fairness are all subject to the arbitrary and openly biased whims of a would be judge. I have experience. I have been here before. At the origination of this issue I walked into this courtroom represented by council and accused of a traffic violation and was stripped of everything, I stress EVERYTHING was stripped from me. I was forced out of my $250,000 home and into the street virtually naked. I was not AFFORDED due process.
This included my rights to paternity, to property, to privacy and to liberty. He, the would be judge, Commissioner Jones took it all without regard to my right to due process or the legal opinion he is legally required to produce as an explanation for his illegal action. He acted arbitrarily and without accountability. I asked his immediate superior, Associate Judge Goeke. I asked the courts presiding Judges Wallace and DePriest to step in, assert their authority over this renegade judge, and reestablish due process. They ignore me. I have on numerous occasions since asked for an explanation of this illegal and biased ruling. He and his cronies, his bosses, his supposed superiors have continually covered up and denied my request for this opinion and thus denied my rights to paternity, property, privacy and liberty.
Since that time Commissioner Jones has continually, without regard to his illegal denial of my rights to fair Due Process, heaped fines, support payments, court cost, and ultimately the cost for the Petitioner’s legal fees on me even though I had no ability to pay. I am virtually bankrupt. I cannot afford an attorney myself the petitioner has illegally via a biased judge has stolen my paternity, my financial resources, my assets, and my privacy. The petitioner has illegally, for the last 26 months, taken soul paternity rights of my son and possession of all the marital physical assets and cash on hand. I say illegally because the petitioner knows there was no abuse, she has perpetrated a fraud on the court and me, this in conjunction with the denial of my rights to expose her fraud via due process.
Even now I am forced due to a biased settlement to pay her legal fees because I had attempted to assert my legal rights to property, paternity, privacy and liberty because of the illegal biased denial of my constitutional rights to due process by the would be Judge.
Now I am about to step into the would be judge’s lair again. I am asking that I be allowed access to my property because the petitioner has made no efforts to date to make the biased settlement of my assets to me. She has because of the illegal denial of my rights had unfettered control of all the marital assets for 26 months, kept me virtually in jail. She has attempted with the support of an incompetent GAL and without regard to my legal rights to paternity attempted to turn my son into a drug addict.
The current charge has no specifics attached to it. The charge should be dismissed outright because it’s of the lack of specifics. I am afraid of a renegade judge. I am afraid of being accused of something I will be literally be blindsided by as I was before. I ask you to bear witness to this continued denial of my rights. If they get away with it here, they will someday come for you also. We all need to be vigilant and aware of our rights and yes fight even though we bare no weapons to maintain them in the face of the evil powers that would deny them.
The current charges will be heard on 1/3/05 (this date should have been 1/3/06) at 7:30am in division 65 of the St. Louis County Court house. Please attend if you can.
Time is of the essence; if there is anything further I can do for you in this regard, please let me know.
Thank you in advance.
David G. Jeep
David G. Jeep
cc: Presiding Judge Barbara W. Wallace via fax 314-615-8280
The State of Missouri Court of Appeals, ED85754, (fax 314-539-4324)
Supreme Court of Missouri, (fax 573-751-7514)
Joseph A. Goeke, Associate Circuit Judge, (fax (314) 615-2689)
James Robinson, Attorney for the Petitioner (fax (636) 530-6805)
David Shaller, GAL (fax (314) 725-2807)
Philip E. Jones, Division 65 (fax (314) 615-7868)
Cynthia Kluzak, St. Louis Family Court (fax (314) 615-7264)
Tom W. DePriest, Jr., Circuit Judge, Adm. Judge (fax (314) 615-4519)
Barbara W. Wallace, Circuit Judge, Presiding Judge (fax (314) 615-8280)
The St. Louis Post Dispatch, Editorial Department (fax 314-340-3103)
The Riverfront Times, Editorial Department (fax 314-754-5955)
The Kansas City Star, Editorial Department ( firstname.lastname@example.org )