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    Tag: Diane Hathaway

    Breaking - Hathaway Formally Charged With Fraud

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Sat Jan 19, 2013 at 06:02:05 PM EST
    Tags: Michigan, Supreme Court, Diane Hathaway, Bank Fraud, OH! and SO CLOSE! (all tags)

    Justice Diane Hathaway, who was scheduled to resign from the Michigan supreme court has been formerly charged with bank fraud in a Detroit federal court.

    In related news, her progressive allies on other unnamed blog could care less what she did.

    (11 comments) Comments >>

    BREAKING! Hathaway Formal Complaint Filed

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Mon Jan 07, 2013 at 03:25:51 PM EST
    Tags: Supreme Court, Corruption, Diane Hathaway, Lefty, Typical Liberal, Michigan, fraud, Money Laundering, Tax Evasion, Lying Under Oath, Judicial Tenure Commission (all tags)

    The Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission ("JTC") authorized and directed the filing of a complaint against the Hon. Diane Marie Hathaway, a Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court. The action is under the authority of the JTC under Article 6, Section 30 of the Michigan Constitution of 1963, as amended, and MCR 9.200 et seq.

    For fraud, Money laundering,tax evasion,lying under oath,.. little stuff like that.


    AND in the mean time, the Judicial Tenure Commission has indicated it would like the Supreme court to suspend the sitting Michigan Supreme Court Justice immediately.

    "The Judicial Tenure Commission, through its Examiner, requests that the Supreme Court give immediate consideration to its petition for interim suspension filed concurrently with this motion, based on the following:

    1. Respondent is, and at all material times was, a justice of the Supreme Court, State of Michigan.
    2. As a judge, Respondent is subject to all the duties and responsibilities imposed on her by the Michigan Supreme Court, including those under the Code of Judicial Conduct, and is subject to the standards for discipline set forth in MCR 9.104 and MCR 9.205.
    3. On January 7, 2013, the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission (JTC) authorized a formal complaint (FC 91) against Hon. Diane Marie Hathaway (Respondent), currently a Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court1, and the filing of a Petition for Interim Suspension with the Supreme Court.


    1. The formal complaint and petition are also based on allegations that Respondent admitted to engaging in the fraudulent concealment of assets from potential creditors as to the Florida property, and misrepresentations to the Commission in the course of its investigation.
    2. The Supreme Court has scheduled oral arguments for Wednesday, January 9, 2013.
    3. In order to preserve the integrity of the judiciary and to protect the public, the petition for interim suspension should be considered and decided before that date.

    WHEREFORE, pursuant to MCR 7.313(A)(5), the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission requests that this Honorable Court give immediate consideration to its Petition for Interim Suspension."
    A side note:  Respondent is disqualified from considering this motion. See MCR 2.003; MCR 9.204(A); In re Justin, 490 Mich 394 (2012).

    Ya think?

    She has 14 days in which to directly respond to the complaint.

    (3 comments) Comments >>

    A Message To Our Legislators - Beware False Choices

    Thieves Covenant

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Wed Dec 19, 2012 at 09:23:59 PM EST
    Tags: Michigan, Supreme Court, Disgrace, Diane Hathaway, Friends In High Places, No Shame, Mortgage Fraud, WXYZ (all tags)

    How convenient.

    Perhaps anyone else who faces mortgage fraud charges from here on out has an ace-in-the-hole precedent.  At least under equal application of the law.  From WXYZ:

    "A federal judge has temporarily stopped forfeiture procedures to seize the home of Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway.

    The move could signal that change is afoot behind the scenes, ranging from a upcoming criminal charges to some sort of settlement of the present civil case, .."

    Which way could it go?  Oh my!  Hmm lets see .. Who's in charge of the [federal] hen house? Oh yeah.

    As someone might have put it in an email recently; "Holder's Office would never cough up a sitting Useful Idiot on a Team R majority SCOMI."


    Comments >>

    O'Brien - A Supreme Gamble

    By Kevin Rex Heine, Section News
    Posted on Mon Aug 27, 2012 at 10:33:49 AM EST
    Tags: John Roberts, Harriet Miers, George W. Bush, David Souter, John Sununu, George H. W. Bush, Phyllis Schafly, Bob Young, Betty Weaver, Mary Beth Kelly, Wayne County Circuit Court, Colleen O'Brien, Oakland County Circuit Court, Diane Hathaway, trust but verify . . . always (all tags)

    Conservative Republicans, at least those over 25 years old, may remember one of President George W. Bush's biggest political blunders.  Her name was Harriet Miers.

    If you are not yet old enough to run for Congress, well, draw near.  I'll tell you about the tumultuous summer of 2005.  And I'll tell you why that matters to Rule-of-Law Michigan Republicans in 2012.

    (13 comments, 1417 words in story) Full Story

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