posted on Jun, 13 2012 @ 12:15 PM
reply to post by ScatterBrain
The reason a verified complaint is made under penalty of perjury is because if the accusation made is false then the person who has made the
accusation is guilty of perjury. Perjury is a very serious offense and people are imprisoned for doing so.
This "guy" you keep referring to has all kinds of recourse if in fact he filed a verified complaint under penalty of perjury but the D.A. has thrown
away "hundreds" of them. Of course, one has to wonder just how serious these charges this "guy" is making if he is filing "hundreds" of
verified complaints. That is incriminating in itself and probably good cause for any D.A. to bring charges of perjury against this "guy". If in
fact, this "guy" has any cause for his actions, and if in fact the D.A. has thrown away every single verified complaint this "guy" has filed, you
would think at some point this "guy" would have just gone to a judge and pointed out what was going on.
If you and this "guy" expect me to buy that every single officer of the court is so corrupt that a legal document such as verified complaint will
be "tossed" on every level of the court, you may as well be trying to sell me real estate on Mars. This "guy" had numerous opportunities for
recourse, including turning to a federal judge. I am not buying either one of your claims, and am skeptical as to why you think it is so important to
dismiss a valid method of recourse and remedy that is all ready so buried that most people have no idea this remedy is available to them.