Federal Judge Declares Constitution Void, Threatens Civil Defendant With Death

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Submitted by John Griffing

Most Americans believe that we have a reasonably fair justice system with scholarly judges at the helm. Well, how about a federal judge who suspends the Constitution, confiscates all of a litigant’s assets, orders him not to hire defense counsel, and pronounces his orders enforceable by death? 

That’s exactly what federal Judge Royal Furgeson did to Internet pioneer Jeff Baron, in a case that, New York lawyer David Relkin says is “the most outrageous denial of a person’s basic constitutional and human rights in this Country since the abolition of slavery.”

In the Texas case, Judge Furgeson “sentenced” Baron to an unprecedented “human receivership” to enable the judge’s lawyers to loot Baron’s Juvenile Diabetes Research Trust.  

His offense? Baron was accused of not paying his lawyers enough money — “charges” that were later proven to be completely fabricated. 

The decision is historic: a human being has not been placed in a receivership since slavery ended in 1865. During one of the hearings, and prior to an appellate court ruling that Judge Furgeson “abused his discretion,” Furgeson reminded Baron of his power:

“I have the full force of the Navy, Army [and] Marines behind me.”. . . You are a fool, a fool, a fool to screw with a federal judge, and if you don’t understand that, I can make you understand it.”


Baron is an Internet pioneer who, on a shoestring budget invented technology competitive with Google during the early days of the Internet, according to The Daily Caller. He became incredibly successful and had web sites with over 1 million visitors per day and monthly traffic of 50 million. Baron earmarked nearly all of his earned wealth to finding a cure for juvenile (type 1) diabetes —  a disease afflicting Baron since early childhood.

His success attracted attention, and he was soon enticed by another investor who promised to develop a search engine that would eclipse Google if Baron would partner with him.

That relationship soured fast when the investor embezzled $8 million, prompting Baron to sue for recovery. After this, the partner employed an army of lawyers with Baron’s stolen wealth and sued Baron six times, attempting to take the rest of the company’s assets. The partner lost all six times, according to World Net Daily.

When the partner sued a seventh time, Furgeson became the judge in charge. Furgeson forced Baron to settle the case on unfavorable terms. After the settlement was completed, Furgeson held a private, off-record meeting with Baron’s adversaries where the judge inexplicably put Baron into a human receivership, seizing everything Baron owned — from his home to his cell phone. Furgeson also indefinitely suspended most of Baron’s civil liberties.

“Apparently, there is a lot of money to be had here,” Furgeson said.  “Whether it's a receiver, judgment or whatever, he's going to be accountable unless he wants to live on a desert island somewhere and escape the clutches of the U.S. Army and the Navy and the Marines and the Air Force and the U.S. Marshals.”

At another hearing where Furgeson thought that Baron might appeal his rulings, he responded with a tirade:

“You want to challenge the court order, I have the marshals behind me. I can come to your house, pick you up, put you in jail. I can seize your property, do anything I need to do to enforce my orders . . .  So any failure to comply with that order is contempt, punishable with lots of dollars, punishable by possible jail, death.”

Relkin, an accomplished New York federal attorney says, “The only accurate analogy to Baron’s situation while under the Receiver’s control is that he became an inmate at Guantanamo Bay.”

According to the appellate court, the judge’s orders were so draconian that all of Baron’s property was seized and his personal mail was diverted. Baron, a type 1 diabetic, had to obtain approval from the court before seeking medical treatment. 

?The result was that Furgeson illegally forced Baron to unpaid labor for years, under the cloak of absolute immunity which all federal judges enjoy.  Furgeson thundered:

“This [proceeding] is going on and on and on until Mr. Baron has nothing. I mean actually everything is depleted. I gather that Mr. Baron is worth a lot of money.  But it may be that we sell all the domain names. We may sell all of his stock. We may cash in all of his CDs, and we may seize all of his bank accounts,”

Professor Ben Stein recently commented to Fox News that Americans are becoming powerless against abuse of power by Stalinist, liberal judges who are “dictators in black robes.”

"The judiciary is out of control, not bound by anything except themselves.” said Stein. “Judges don’t have to be bound by the Constitution or the law.”

While sounding fantastic and-far fetched, Baron’s situation is becoming more commonplace, as California lawyer Conrad Herring explains: “What happened to Baron, can happen to anyone. The system is obviously broken.”

Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, an authority on judicial corruption himself, called for Judge Furgeson’s impeachment, explaining:

“I’ve found case after case after case where our judiciary is being used and misused, whether it be politicians misusing the courts to stop people from giving money to campaigns, or this [Jeff Baron’s] situation where the federal government, through the federal judiciary, has illegally confiscated someone’s property and destroyed their lives because they have a vendetta against them.”

The scene of judges in Hawaii and the California 9th Circuit usurping President Trump’s power in the area of national security serves as a reminder of a much broader and increasingly growing problem. 

?While the president has an army of lawyers at his disposal to keep rogue and? activist judges in check, most Americans are far more at risk and powerless to defend themselves when they become? targets personally. 

An average American finds himself at the mercy of a radical or corrupt judge bent on inflicting harm and is stuck with the judge’s tyrannical commandments without recourse. 

Conrad Herring observes:

“The judicial system is prohibitively expensive for most citizens. When a judge acts beyond his or her authority, and sometimes abuses that authority as in the case of Jeff Baron, there is often little recourse unless a lawyer is willing to work pro bono to defend and protect the citizen’s rights. The abuse in the Baron receivership case was doubly egregious because it was initiated by unethical lawyers. Rather than hold these lawyers accountable, the judge in the case allowed them to thoroughly corrupt the legal process. Baron was stripped of most of his constitutional rights without due process, and then stripped of his assets. Although Baron was successful in his appeal of the unlawful receivership order, he is still today, five years later, fighting to recover the assets that were illegally taken from him.”

With a new day dawning in America, Baron is turning his efforts toward making America Great Again. His new Internet Freedom Project (IFP) is leading the drive to restore America’s stewardship of the Internet.

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Pumpkin's picture

They have been charging us rent for our unalienable right to property for decades now.  Consitution died a long time ago.

Paul Kersey's picture

There is no "rule of law" for the commoners. There is only the rule of the rulers, and George Carlin once told me, indirectly, that the rulers club is a club I ain't in.

Future Jim's picture

This judge is Hillary level evil. (That's the highest level, BTW.)

tmosley's picture

Impeach. Disbar. Arrest. Convict. Execute.

The penalty for official corruption should be death. No, not should be--MUST be.

GUS100CORRINA's picture

One word: OUTRAGEOUS!!!!

America is on the brink of losing its freedoms and liberties.

Ephesians 5:15-17 (NIV)

15 Be very careful, then, how you live—not as unwise but as wise, 16 making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil. 17 Therefore do not be foolish, but understand what the Lord’s will is.

SolidAssets's picture

she was a waitress in a cocktail bar now she owns a jet... http://bit.ly/2jdTzrM

techpriest's picture

SolidAssets is a new version of the 7k spammer.

wren's picture

Shits gonna start to unravel!

giovanni_f's picture

it was a question of time that joe average gets the same privileged treatment which before him was reserved to the north koreans, cubans, vietnamese, laotians, iraqis, syrians, yemenis, libyans, palestinians, east-ukrainians, haitians (to name but a few)


Twee Surgeon's picture

NIV ? Get a grip, Man. http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/Bible/NIV/why.htm

That is not a Bible. It looks like a Bible but it is a pack of fraud and deception.

Mr. Universe's picture

Don't worry God is in charge.

But as for you, ye thought evil against me; but God meant it unto good, to bring to pass, as it is this day, to save much people alive.

Moe Hamhead's picture

He must have something against Westcott and Hort!

shamus001's picture

That was quoted from Joeseph, in regards to his jealous brothers, prior to welcoming his people into Egypt.  THAT IS NOT GOD'S SAYING.

Mr. Universe's picture

I didn't say it was, except I would point out it is in Genesis. Bigger picture time, even if the NIV is a revisionist POS (I'm not denying that) the fact remains God can and has used it for good and his purposes.

Dame Ednas Possum's picture

Ha ha... good one guys. 

Now please stick your bibles up your respective arises and go chat on some religious hogwash site somewhere else. 



E-Team's picture

What's Trump going to do about this?.. Nothing!

Observant's picture

Maybe he would if he knew about it. Do you expect Trump to know about every injustice going on in this country. Get a grip, snowflake.

JRobby's picture

America is on the brink of another Revolutionary War which will labeled "Civil War" incorrectly. 

Al Gophilia's picture

That's the way it was balanced out the first time. It's how it will be done again. It is the only way, unless there are somewhere burried in the swamp, a few good men.

JRobby's picture

Sounds about right. May 2017. They are sticking to "the schedule"

opaopaopa's picture

This is fucking treason! Threat to the constitutional order!

Texas is an open carry state - get dosen of riflemen and make a citizen's arrest.

LibertarianMenace's picture

"Impeach. Disbar. Arrest. Convict. Execute."


Observant's picture

Oh yea. Please, please, please let me pull the lever on the gallows. I will do it for free. However if someone would like to buy me lunch, I will graciously accept.  :)))

cheech_wizard's picture

Just start with Execute... The previous steps are simply a waste of time, money, and effort.

Son of Loki's picture
Judge Royal Furgeson, ’67, appointed founding dean of new University of North Texas at Dallas College of Law (2012)




Is that even an accredited law school? I never heard of it. He looks like a wacko judge also in my humble opinion. Are his cheeks red from blushing or from too much booze?


Dame Ednas Possum's picture

No doubt he has the local pizza shop on speed dial. 


nmewn's picture

Yeah, I was just researching him and the school as well.

Looks like a newly opened university and they made this asshole dean of law.

ACES FULL's picture

Too bad Woody Harrelsons Dad isnt still around.

Implied Violins's picture

You know what? I REALLY want to post about this bullshit, but I fear we have entered a time where such shit can and will be used against us in the near future. Maybe it will even be retroactive, in which case we are all screwed anyway. But I'm afraid that maybe it is now time to 'go dark'. I'm seriously thinking about not posting any more, and just getting ready for the inevitable...

Wulfkind's picture

Wise words.  Been curtailing my posts for a while.  Work is getting busier and giving less of a shit.

But now...with this..and..Macron (Goldman Sachs ) winning in France and President Orange Julius calling for the arrest of Julian Assange I think this wulf is about to disappear into the dark of the woods for good.

Be forewarned....don't come looking for me and I won't look for you.

Implied Violins's picture

It's called 'strategic enclosure'. Keep things to yourself until you are absolutely certain you can trust someone. What with this judge doing this bullshit, I would not be surprised if he or one of his lackeys - or anyone else in power at this point - peruses this very forum looking for anyone who is talking bad about them, just so they can persecute them for 'threatening a federal judge/employee' - a felony that could put you in jail for life.

This is coming. Make no mistake. The time to dig in and prepare is here, NOW.

I will continue to post about the indignities going down, but in general terms. To completely give in and turn tail is exactly what they want, and we all need to continue to point out this bullshit for all to see as it happens. But to bring attention to and call out specifically each and every perpetrator by name at this point is fraught with peril.

migra's picture

The golden rule is those who have the gold, rule. So says Judge Royal Furgeson appointed by Bill Clinton.

J S Bach's picture

“I have the full force of the Navy, Army [and] Marines behind me.”. . . You are a fool, a fool, a fool to screw with a federal judge, and if you don’t understand that, I can make you understand it.”

All Baron needs to put this arrogant SOB in his place and shut him up for good is a simple Smith & Wesson pistol shot to the head.  An "army" of one righteous citizen is all it takes.

skinwalker's picture

I'm unbelievably angry about this. I have a deeply twisted mind and I'm having trouble coming up with a suitable punishment for this judge.

tmosley's picture

The gallows is adequate. Further punishment is beyond the capability of man.

Son of Loki's picture

I used to be aghast at news that someone shot a judge. But now, I find it very understandable, esp when the judge is so corrupt and destroys your life.

My guess is as fucked up as our society is (as well as Europes), that professions like "Hitman" and "Professional Cleaners" will become blossoming service industries.

Mr. Universe's picture

Paging Mr. Kaplan, clean up on aisle 2.

Mr.BlingBling's picture

No. Further punishment is well within man's capability. First, make him watch each of his children and grandchildren get tortured to death.

Then it's his turn. Force him to 'respawn' be having plenty of plasma adrenaline, and a defibrillator on hand.

And that's just off the top of my head.

You'd only have to do that to one or two of these fuckers to reform the entire judicial system! (Can't make an omelette etc. etc.)

bigkahuna's picture

you'd get em' all cept the sociopaths....

Art Van Delay's picture

First tie him up hanging.

Take his family to next room and play a hours long horror audio track to make him believe they die a painful slow death. Let the poor bastards go if they are clean. (later, not on the spot)

Numb the fucker a bit so he won't pass out from pain.

Put my headphones and some album II wouldn't mind never listen again, and with slim chances of running into that music again (so no triggering memories)

Any underground Death Metal music should  do it.. more adrenaline for me.

Slowly peel every inch of his skin.

Let him come back from numbness...

Bring salt, pepper and a bunch of hungry rats.

get the fuck away and seal all doors behind. Watch the building so no one enters for a couple of hours. then call 911 so he'll live with 45% of his body.

Death is not an option.


AltRight Girl's picture

I like the way you think.

That van must have seen lots of "delayed art"

44_shooter's picture

I like this idea  better, stick him over a bunch  of hogs, slice open is gut and let his intestines fall down  to the the hungry swines - he can watch himself get eaten alive,

AltRight Girl's picture

Now I need to flip for it.


BarkingCat's picture

You guys are lightweights. 

Lock him in a steel cage in the same room with Maxine Waters.

GoldRulesPaperDrools's picture

Brother, I like how you think ... ;)


Art Van Delay's picture

cheap diluted morphine/ketamine and a old rusted razor blade.

Low budget here.