6rior to submittin# his /otion to Dis+ualify Jud#e 7ury, 4arden read the record carefully, researched the law, and submitted the relevant documents to a half do"en members of the 6ima ounty 7ar and a retired 8u&erior ourt Jud#e.All of them were a&&alled. %Jud#e 7ury9s conduct, is dis#raceful,( one reader o&ined. %Jud#e 7ury wouldn9t have dared to &ull this kind of shit if 4arden was re&resented,( said another. %I wouldn9t want Jud#e 7ury sittin# on any of my federal cases.(As for 4e the 6eo&le and the ri#ht of all citi"ens to e+ual treatment before the law$ !he American Revolution was fou#ht to establish the Rule of Law and to
aristocracy, or the idea that some of us, :%!he Establishment(; by virtue of their social &osition, are more e+ual than others.!his conce&t of e+ual 'ustice in the eyes of the law is &articularly im&ortant when it comes to the ourts and, when definin# the essential relationshi& between 4e the 6eo&le and the <overnment Officials we em&loy to do the &ublic business.=owever, by words and deeds in two cases,
., >. 8. District Jud#e 7ury has shown utter contem&t for the Rule of Law and the &remise of e+uality in America.learly stated case law, the ederal Rules of ivil 6rocedure and the ode of Judicial onduct
a 'ud#e from %dee& si*in#( a &ro?se com&laint as Jud#e 7ury did in 4arden v <arcia and in acce&tin# his &resent a&&ointment to 4arden v /iranda, Rankin, etc. @et Jud#e 7ury went ahead and so acted.%4hen it comes to &rotectin# &owerful s&ecial community interests :!he Establishment,9 aka the <ood Old 7oys9; Jud#e 7ury and other local federal 'ud#es hold themselves above the law they have taken an oath to &rotect,( says 4arden.