Court Cases

Peace be with you

215 patient, and father of Robert Garth, Charles, was back in court this morning facing felony pot charges. Charles stated he was in no condition to represent himself, and requested a lawyer. Charles is still being charged with a felony. The crowds are growing, and talk of an anti-Gallegos 215 movement is beginning to take shape. I’ll get the next court date and post it.

On a lighter note I too am going to court. I am having a “Disposition Re-set hearing” over that, talking over the instantly imposed time limit bullshit I went to jail for (or at least one of the times I went to jail). I guess the DA will decide at that time to re-try me, or let me go.

Anyway the letter from the court, filed August 18, 2010 says, “[r]emittitur having been filed on August 16, 2010 on for setting,” August 25, 2010, 2:00 pm, courtroom one, judge, W. Bruce Watson.

If anyone knows of any rights I should reserve, or should know about, for a “Disposition Re-set hearing” please let me know. If you have an aversion to my new domesticated trolls there is a confidential e-mail address in the upper righthand corner of this blog’s homepage.

love eternal


11 Responses to “Court Cases”

  1. Terrence McNally Says:

    Sounds like having your disposition re-set could lead to a lighter note.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    1 – so is Gags (yes, I know) soft on crime, or tough on crime?

    2 – Do you, Tad & Co., think he should be soft on crime, or tough on crime, or not exist at all?

    3 – Is this just a case of not agreeing with the laws we personally want to break or is this something more significant?

  3. Terrence McNally Says:

    Do not ask the hermit-prophet irritating questions.
    He exists on a plane we cannot comprehend.

  4. Hopeful Says:

    Can they retry you for the same crime that you already served time for? Isn’t that double jeopardy?

  5. moviedad Says:

    The system is designed so that up is down. So that criminals who destroy the lives of thousands by stealing their life’s savings, face no penalties. But a drug addict whose life is a Dickensian tale of woe, goes to prison for possession of a small amount of dope.
    Who was hurt by Tad’s “crime”? What was damaged? No one was injured, no ‘property’ was destroyed.
    In the world of the “New American Century” the accusations against the poor always require some ethereal, non-existent “Victim”. While those who have real-life victims, never suffer having to face them in a court. Nor do those victims have recourse to the “Court of public opinion.” Since the real criminals now own the media from top to bottom.
    All this is made possible by a sycophantic press, willing to promote the aims of the wealthy at every opportunity. Perhaps they feel they will be allowed entry into the castle, if they align themselves with the ruling class, and betray their peers. This has always been the case. Treachery and betrayal are the tools of the capitalists. Lies are their truth. War is their peace. Pain, our pain; is their pleasure.

  6. tad Says:

    Peace be with you

    It isn’t double jeopardy, because they illegally jailed me the first time. Because the judge violated my rights the first trial doesn’t count. It just cost a lot of money.

    Anonymous, surely you know the answer to that. He is tough on petty crimes like the minor pot charges he swore he wouldn’t prosecute in his campaigns, but if you’re a cop and gun someone down, he’s really soft.

    I don’t know who “& co” is but I think Gallegos has it ass backwards. He should be tough on people who kill other people, and he should honor his campaign promise to stop wasting money of minor pot charges.

    It’s the economic health of the County. Sure I don’t want a war on drugs, but there is a good, a logical, and a financial reason why we as a community shouldn’t want petty, rich bothering, laws being enforced and financed on the backs of the tax payers.

    It doesn’t make any sense to enforce laws that only a small group of business owners, like the editor of the Arcata [L]Eye tabloid, want enforced against the poor. What do I care if someone blows a bowl on the plaza on a Friday night? It doesn’t hurt me, or mine, in fact most of us wont even know it happened. Having two or three cops bust them, a prosecutor or two prosecute them, court reporters, bailiffs, judges, court clerks, public defenders, and of course the loss of productivity by the bowl smoker them-self, all seem way more resources than we really can afford. All just to stop consenting adults from consenting to smoke pot.

    If we will be glad in November that legal marijuana will save us billions in unneeded pot nazis, then why wouldn’t not spending those same billions right now make us glad too? Everyone who wants pot legal, should want it to be zero priority right now. If you want to have people arrested for pot only because it is illegal, you must be a Hooverite.

    love eternal

  7. Anonymous Says:

    so why are Herer and Peron’s against prop 19?

  8. moviedad Says:

    What I don’t like about Prop 19, is that it is just a cynical attempt by the state to steal the market. it is the same, almost exactly the same type of action that lead to the foundation of the country. Of course those who fought and died for independence were fighting and dying for the profits of the elites like Jefferson and his ilk. Lots of fine, fancy words to appeal to the workers and small land owners. Who never got their share of the wealth from the wealthy. Situation is not much different today.

  9. Terrence McNally Says:

    So true. So true.

    Fancy words appeal to workers.
    And Jefferson.

  10. Baby Cane Says:


  11. concernedmcnally Says:

    I had a beer with him and he’s cool.
    Boycott. Over.

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