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IEG - JWG Motion to SCofVA Final - February 26, 2013 Reconsideration From Order February 22, 2013

IEG - JWG Motion to SCofVA Final - February 26, 2013 Reconsideration From Order February 22, 2013

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This Document gives the Supreme Court of Virginia Justice's 24 hours to Reconsider thier Order - I have been informed they aren't going to look at it - Virginia is rated 46th and 47th in corrutpion has had a AAA rating that when the corruption revielded to Moody's rating Co - and all the people who sell the Bonds are informed of the Corruption - This is going to hurt the State of Viginia - You have the following Justice's for there Corruption to Thank - Chief Justice The Honorable Cynthia D. Kinser
Justices - The Honorable Donald W. Lemons - The Honorable S. Bernard Goodwyn - The Honorable LeRoy F. Millette, Jr. - The Honorable William C. Mims - The Honorable Elizabeth A. McClanahan - The Honorable Cleo E. Powell - Senior Justices - The Honorable Charles S. Russell - The Honorable Elizabeth B. Lacy - The Honorable Lawrence L. Koontz, Jr.
This Document gives the Supreme Court of Virginia Justice's 24 hours to Reconsider thier Order - I have been informed they aren't going to look at it - Virginia is rated 46th and 47th in corrutpion has had a AAA rating that when the corruption revielded to Moody's rating Co - and all the people who sell the Bonds are informed of the Corruption - This is going to hurt the State of Viginia - You have the following Justice's for there Corruption to Thank - Chief Justice The Honorable Cynthia D. Kinser
Justices - The Honorable Donald W. Lemons - The Honorable S. Bernard Goodwyn - The Honorable LeRoy F. Millette, Jr. - The Honorable William C. Mims - The Honorable Elizabeth A. McClanahan - The Honorable Cleo E. Powell - Senior Justices - The Honorable Charles S. Russell - The Honorable Elizabeth B. Lacy - The Honorable Lawrence L. Koontz, Jr.

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF VIRGINIAJANICE WOLK GRENADIERPetitioner / Appellant,v. Record No. 122204ILONA ELY FREEDMAN GRENADIER Circuit Court No. CH010654HECKMAN (lawyer officer of the Court)AndGIC
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GRENADIER INVESTMENT LtdANDDAVID MARK GRENADIER ____________Respondents / Appellees
 
MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION FROM ORDER BY:
 
Chief Justice The Honorable Cynthia D. Kinser
 
Justices - The Honorable Donald W. Lemons - The Honorable S.Bernard Goodwyn - The Honorable LeRoy F. Millette, Jr. - TheHonorable William C. Mims - The Honorable Elizabeth A.McClanahan - The Honorable Cleo E. Powell - Senior Justices - TheHonorable Charles S. Russell - The Honorable Elizabeth B. Lacy -The Honorable Lawrence L. Koontz, Jr.
On February 22, 2013Appellant Files this Emergency Motion to be responded to by 1pm onFebruary 28, 2013
COMES NOW Appellant gives the Supreme Court till Friday, February 28,2013 to respond to this Reconsideration. On Friday February 28, 2013
 
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 Appellant will turn over all information to the Federal Courts and Moodysthe Financial group that rates the State of Virginal and the City of  Alexandria and most other cities and counties in Virginia on their Bonds.The Corruption from the Circuit Court of Alexandria to the Supreme Courtof Virginia is a disgrace to the State of Virginia.The following laws are very clear and Appellant has all back up to prove the
willful acts that have been malicious, violent, oppressive, fraudulent,wanton, or grossly reckless of the Supreme Court of Virginia, JIRC,Circuit Court Judges, Lawyers, Legislatures, Government Employees
1. A pro se Appellant - .
“Fairness of course requires an absence of 
actual bias in the trial of cases. But our system of law has always
endeavored to prevent even the probability of unfairness. “In re
Murchinson
,
349 U.S. 133, 136 (1955)”
When reviewing a
 pro-se
 pleading, it is prudent to follow the federal practice of liberallyconstruing the allegations set out in the pleading to determinewhether the pleading asserts any valid causes of action. See, e.g
.Harrison v. U.S. Postal Services
840 F. 2d 1149, 1152 (4
th
Cir.1988). The factual allegations should be viewed in the light mostfavorable to the pleading party.
Davis v. City of Portsmouth,
579F. Supp. 1205, 1209-
10 (E.D. Va. 1983), aff’d, 742 F .2d 1448
(4
th
 Cir. 1984)2. Failing to protect the Civil Rights of Plaintiff by ignoring Due Process,showing favoritism to the Defendants and Defendants attorneys
because of who they are part of the Old Boy’s Network of 
Virginia.Plaintiff was informed this by the x-wife ( Martha Kent ) of Judge
Kent for Plaintiff’s Senator Patsy Ticer 
 
“ You are no longer one of 
 
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them. You can’t get a fair trial
just like me and my family
 –
youneed to drop this
 –
 
you can’t win”
Loving v. Virginia
,
 
388U.S.1(1967)
 
was alandmarkcivil rightsdecision of theUnited
 
States Supreme Courtagainst discrimination. Which includes being
 
discriminated because the Judge’s, lawyers, elected officials and
government employees have decided you are not a part of their race.3. The trial court of the Circuit Court of Alexandria erred by failing tofollow Va. Code 17.1-105(b) after all judges recused themselves (or were required to recuse themselves) from this matter because of personal relationships between Defendants and the judges. Insteadof having the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court appoint an out of Circuit Judge to hear the case, the Circuit Court of Alexandria (or its
clerk) selected a judge themselves. Appellant’s motions challenging
the appointment of the out of Circuit judges were denied and judgment ultimately entered against her. All Orders in this case areVoid due to no Judge who has heard case has been appointedappropriately by law. Judge Clark who heard this case on September 26, 2012 by his past actions should have recused himself.4. The trial court of the Circuit Court of Alexandria erred when itallowed Ilona Appellee officer of the court and her attorneys, officersof the Court to be disingenuous in court, in filing with the court, andthe Supreme Court. Especially where Ilona an officer of the courtwas representing herself, and had in the past represented Plaintiff.
“No man in this country is so high that he is above the law. No officer 
of the law may set that law at defiance with impunity. All the officers

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