"It Shocks The Conscience"

Bobie Kenneth Townsend

I developed a book, which is available on Amazon (printed version and Kindle version), and will be found among other sources as time goes on. This synopsis of my book, “It Shocks The Conscience,” is done by necessity. The book contains over 20 years of research, has rabbit trials and parts that are a dry read due to the legalese terminology that was necessary to be included to show the empirical evidence of events confirming an objective reality. In layman’s terms, I filed into our court system, evidence that I obtained myself, by visual, audio, and tangible means where I created affidavits of foundation supporting such evidence showing where, when, and how such evidence came in my possession. But, the book will show the reader the Judiciary Branch of government(s) simply views the evidence shown as being only subjective (what they can easily ignore without repercussion). Recognition of such objective reality would seriously change the established status quo and put the power back in the hands of the people. Today, an attorney can simply make a false claim, not supported by any evidence, giving reason enough for a judge to deny the due process of a pro se (non-attorney), dismiss the case and not be required to explain the authority behind such action. It is simply, the way things are done in the Judiciary Branch of governments and victims of such abuse cry out for changed.

The book is in response to the question raised by the Judiciary Branch of governments; “What are you going to do about it?” About what, you might ask?

  1. It seems that all the inferior courts simply ignore the mandates from the highest court of a State and the Federal Government. (See Chapter 19, 36)
  2. A Federal trial court judge’s opinion shows to be a lie after lie after lie. (See Chapter 28)
  3. A Federal appellate court’s opinion states that all judges are not required to explain why they rule the way they do. (See Chapter 28)
  4. A trial court judge dismissed my case for lack of jurisdiction, when the Constitution has given the judge jurisdiction to hear my complaint. (See Chapter 26, 27)
  5. I have three cases in front of the same trial court judge and she will not allow me one open court hearing for me to argue any of my pleadings in all three cases. (See Chapter 26, 27)
  6. I try and recuse a judge that refused to allow me an open hearing in two prior cases and the Second Administrative Judge says the trial judge has to do something extra-judicial to be considered to be recused. See Chapter 29)
  7. A trial judge allows his/her court staff to ignore local rules of court. (See Chapter 26, 28)
  8. I filed twelve (12) motions to be heard by the trial court judge during an entire year and the trial court judge ignored each of the twelve (12) motions, even though there were many request, by filed notice, for a hearing to hear such motions, but instead the trial court judge simply ruled on the opposing party’s attorney motion for summary judgment, which was filed after my 12 motions, and dismissed the case. (See Chapter 30)
  9. An inferior appellate court recognized the trial court judge ignored twelve (12) of my motions, even though I gave notice to the judge to have the twelve motions heard. The inferior appellate court found no error and blamed the appellant for not filing a motion for a continuance as justification the trial court judge didn’t hear the appellant’s motions. (See Chapter 30)
  10. A trial court judge dismisses my case based upon a pleading that the attorney for the defending party forgot to file in the court record and the judge could never have read. (See Chapter 31)
  11. An appellate court confirmed the trial court judge dismissing my case based upon a pleading that the trial judge could have never read because it was never filed in court and the appellate court justices put the name of the pleading, that could never have been read by the appellate court judges, three times in their opinion confirming the trial court judge. (See Chapter 31)
  12. A non-court of record trial court judge states in open court and in front of witnesses that it does not matter what evidence I bring to the court, that the judge will always rule in favor of the party trying to evict the party from the property. (See Chapter 35)
  13. A county judge ignores the rules of court and takes jurisdiction when the judge lacks jurisdiction. (See Chapter 35)
  14. I show that central appraisal districts in Texas were NOT created as a republican form of government and the judiciary said it didn’t care. (See Chapter 8, 19, 27, 28, 29)
  15. An inferior appellate court ignores a petition for a writ of mandamus, when rules mandate that the court act on such petition. (See Chapter 35)
  16. An inferior court takes a filing fee from me to have a trial by jury that is guaranteed by the Constitution and then forbids me a trial by jury. (See Chapter 35, 36)
  17. The Supreme Court of the United States of America mandates that summary judgments are not allowed if there is an issue where a fact finder must determine the issue and the inferior courts ignore such mandate. (See Chapter 36)
  18. I find out from a court clerk that no appellate court in Texas, since its creation, has ever allowed a pro se to argue an issue in front the justices of the appellate courts. (See Chapter 30)
  19. I complain about the actions of employees of the Judicial Branch of government with an Ethics Committee and members of the House of Representatives and Senate of the State and Federal Governments and they ignore such complaints and don’t even respond. (See Chapter 23)
  20. Non-judicial foreclosures rules are stealing property from property owners, where judicial foreclosure rules are stopping the unlawful taking of property (See Chapter 23)
  21. Judges are denying hundreds of thousands of people to be informed of the actual law that they are being accused of violating and the courts are saying that we can charge you with anything we can dream up and put you in jail for it. (See Chapter 10)
  22. I found out that attorneys were pretending to work for some company that they didn’t work for and creating fraudulent documents that was being filed in County Clerk’s Offices and I wanted a Texas District Attorney to indict the attorney and was told, by the District Attorney, he found 10,000 attorneys doing the same thing and refused to indict any of them. (See Chapter 31)
  23. I found the Texas State Bar has been unconstitutional since 1939. (See Chapter 13)
What I have done about the situations indicated above is to write a book showing the specifics of the denial of due process as preponderance of evidence to support the removal of Federal Judges for bad behavior and the removal of State judges by recall or simply voting the incumbents out of office, including those that are responsible of appointing judges with bad behavior.

Our public servants violate their Oath of Office, spit in our face and get away with it, only because of apathy of the people that are not currently affected by such arrogance.  Bringing light and solutions to this problem is the goal of my book “ "It Shocks The Conscience".

Bobie Kenneth Townsend