Harlow Cuadra and Justice from A Racketeering Enterprise

November 24, 2009 in Freak Show Trial by Freak-Show-Trial

Earlier this month, the state Supreme Court overturned a $3.5 million civil judgment in the county, based partly on allegations that the case’s assignment to one of the indicted judges was rigged. In a superseding indictment filed against the two former judges in September, the Luzerne County Common Pleas Court was even described as a criminal enterprise under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act. More is yet to come as the U.S. Attorney’s Office and a team of FBI agents continue an intensive probe. Philly.com

The above quote is from an opinion at Philly.com by former federal prosecutor Peter Vaira in which he advocates for The Luzerne County Court of Common Pleas being turned over to a Trusteeship.

How do you get Justice from a Criminal Racketeering Enterpise? THE ANSWER is that you don’t. There is no way that any SANE group of Judges on an appellate court could examine any criminal conviction that came out of Luzerne County and conclude that, in spite of the wide spread unchecked corruption in Luzerne County, that ANYONE could have obtained a fair trail before a fair and impartial tribunal.

With respect to Harlow Cuadra and Joseph Kerekes:

1. The Lawyers in Luzerne County’s Conflict Counsel Pool who were assigned to represent Cuadra and Kerekes were either unilaterally appointed by Judge Michael Conahan or Judge Mark Ciavarella. Both Conahan and Ciavarella have been charged in Federal Court with operating a racketeering enterprise.

2. Judges Conahan and Ciavarella were the President Judges during the prosecutions of Harlow Cuadra and Joseph Kerekes and they made decisions on what attorneys would be assigned to represent Cuadra and Kerekes as well as administrative decisions on evidence and the scheduling of discovery and trials for Cuadra and Kerekes.

3. Attorney Al Flora, Jr, the second in command of Luzerne County Public Defender’s Office, represented Bryan Kocis’ Family prior to the Luzerne County Public Defender’s Office being assigned to represent Cuadra.

4. The Luzerne County DA’s Office was a party to Bryan Kocis 2002 Guilty Plea, the correction to that guilty plea AND, The Luzerne County DA’s Office was the Prosecuting party in the Kids-for-Cash Scandal.

Clearly, the people who sided with Luzerne County, Judge Olszewski and The Luzerne County DA’s Office picked The Wrong Horse.

Harlow Cuadra Judge DENIED Retention

November 4, 2009 in Freak Show Trial by Freak-Show-Trial

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Peter Paul Olszewski , The Judge who presided over Harlow Cuadra’s Murder Trial was DENIED retention and, sure as fucking hell Olszewski won’t be blessing the world with his fucked legal skills during Harlow’s Second Trial.

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The simple question we presented to the world about Harlow Cuadra was this: If the evidence against Harlow Cuadra so obviously proved Cuadra’s guilt, WHY ALL THE FUCKING BULLSHIT? Why go through all of this shit to deny the guy money to afford a good lawyer if the evidence clearly proved the guy guilty? ANSWER? I am going to answer this question I posed …

The purpose of Harlow Cuadra’s trial and the purpose in denial Harlow Caudra good legal representation was To supress the Luzerne County DA’s Involvement in allowing Bryan Kocis to operate a Little Basement Gay Porn Studio. It is documented that The Luzerne County DA returned video equipment to Bryan Kocis AFTER Kocis was caught having sex with a 15 year old boy. And,

As we pointed out before and during Cuadra’s trial, The Luzerne County DA’s Past Involvement with Bryan Kocis SHOULD HAVE resulted in The Luzerne County DA recusing itself from BOTH: ( 1 ) The Bryan Kocis Murder Investigation; AND, ( 2 ) the Prosecutions of Harlow Cuadra and Joseph Kerekes.

Whether some localities choose to prosecute adult video producers or not, the fact remains that producing porn is illegal everywhere in the US EXCEPT in The State of California where the production of adult material has been de-criminalized.

<center>Congrats to Harlow Cuadra, Joseph Kerekes and their families. We are looking Forward to New Trials before A NEW JUDGE for Both Cuadra and Kerekes</center>

Now, that Peter Paul Olszewski will have a lot of fucking time on his hands, maybe he can go back to law school and learn something about law. As we pointed out here before, In order for Olszewski to claim that Demetrius Fannick had a conflict of interest in representing Cuadra, Olszewski had to RE-DEFINE the definition of an attorney / client relationship in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Maybe it’s just me but, I don’t think an ex-Judge‘s attempt to redefine the definition of an attorney / client relationship for the entire Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is going to be upheld by the Court of Appeals in PA.