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Letter to New Jersey Surrogate
Judge Theodore N. Stephens
April 2 2012
Hon. Theodore N. Stephens
Attorney Edward Kenlan Jr.,
Counsel Superior Court
Essex County Surrogate's Court
Hall of Records Room 206
Newark New Jersey 07102
Glen Grant, Acting Court Administrator
Judge Walter Koprowski Jr.
Judge Alan B. Handler
Judge James R. Zazzali
Edward J. Dauber
John J. Farmer, Jr.
Theresa M. Kluck
Richard W. Roper
M. Karen Thompson
John A. Tonelli
Diedre M. Naughton, Counsel
Louis H. Taranto
Jennifer M. Endrzejewski
Woodlands Nursing Home
New Jersey Health and Human Services
Plainfield Medicaid Office
Marlin Lakes Realty
Via Fax 973-621-4064 and US Mail
IMO Robert Johnson
Addendum to the Oct 2011 Received Claim for Damages Against
New Jersey Superior Court and Essex County Surrogate Court
This letter is a response to the March 8 2012 letter from Judge Theodore N. Stephens, II, County Surrogate, written by Edward Kenlan, Jr., Superior Court Counsel.
This letter is not meant to be a resolution to any claims for damages. I reserve the right to modify, amend, or edit this letter at any time. This letter is also not intended to be a waiver of any other remedies under law available to me.
This letter is an addendum and shall add to the Oct 2011 received by you claim for damages, if not already added, the names in the address to above; and New Jersey Essex County Surrogate Court, New Jersey Superior Court, Judge Walter Koprowski, Jr., Vanessa D. Taylor, for joint and several liability, actual fraud, actual malice, fraudulent concealment of evidence, crime, and willful misconduct, in their duties and under the color of law, and as individuals, and actions occurring outside the scope of employment; $ [amount redacted] compensatory damages and $ [amount redacted] punitive damages; declarative relief, injunctive relief.
" New Jersey Superior Court, Judge Walter Koprowski, Jr., Vanessa D. Taylor, for joint and several liability, actual fraud, actual malice, fraudulent concealment of evidence, crime, and willful misconduct "
I address three issues mentioned in your letter as well as your attached evidentiary letters from the Surrogate.
c. actual fraud, actual malice, crime, and willful misconduct of the Judge
d. failure to comply with applicable local rules and case law
e. absence of fact or law in support
f. fraudulent concealment of evidence
g. conspiracy to commit unjust enrichment
I. breach of contract
j. lack of subject matter jurisdiction
k. civil rights violations
Your adherence to those unlawful orders indicates your continued denial of my access to the court , abuse of process, fraudulent concealment of evidence, and willful misconduct:
When a judge knows that he lacks jurisdiction, or acts in the face of clearly valid statutes expressly depriving him of jurisdiction, judicial immunity is lost. Rankin v. Howard, (1980) 633 F.2d 844, cert den. Zeller v. Rankin, 101 S.Ct. 2020, 451 U.S. 939, 68 L.Ed 2d 326.
When a judicial officer acts entirely without jurisdiction or without compliance with jurisdiction requisites he may be held civilly liable for abuse of process even though his act involved a decision made in good faith, that he had jurisdiction. State use of Little v. U.S. Fidelity & Guaranty Co., 217 Miss. 576, 64 So. 2d 697.
"Federal tort law: judges cannot invoke judicial immunity for acts that violate litigants civil rights; Robert Craig Waters. Tort & Insurance Law Journal, Spr. 1986 21 n3, p509-516"
In addition, the Surrogate court filed the Opposition to the Sale of Property and my Motion for Stay thus waiving the attorney fees you are alleging, and abandoning that unlawful claim for fees. As the fees are alleged in the Taylor complaint to sell the property, and you attempt to get the fees out of the indigent me, your action represents unlawful conspiracy to commit unjust enrichment.
3. The court has a problem complying with the request for the docket case index. Whatever name I call it, you are aware of what it is. The Superior Court clerk wrote that you have the document. I have copies of the SASE forwarded to you as well as the fees. You have failed to respond in a prompt manner. Below the local rules mention the word "indices", "dockets" and "guardianship index" so please forward me without further delay a copy of the list kept by the court of the documents etc. filed with the court. I note that you returned the SASE to me. Providing the docket index case history indices is not intended as a resolution of any damages that have occurred.
"Federal tort law: judges cannot invoke judicial immunity
for acts that violate litigants civil rights"
1:38-2. Definition of Court Records
(e) Guardianship records and reports maintained by the Surrogate and by the Chancery Division, Probate Part, except the guardianship index, of which only the following information shall be available for public access: (1) minor's or incapacitated person's name, (2) name of the municipality where the minor or incapacitated person resided when the guardianship was created, (3) name of the guardian, (4) docket number, (5) date of the judgment appointing the guardian, and (6) date of the guardian's qualification.
The claim is now $ [redacted in compensatory damages, and $ [redacted] in punitive damages.
[Next of kin to Robert Johnson]
c: James Boutillier
Shawnda N. Floyd
Lawrence E. Meyerson
Vanessa D. Johnson Taylor
[This letter is redacted. Bold headings do not appear in the original]
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