1. Micheal J. Malloy, Federal Judge, Nothern District of IA, Cedar Rapids, a vicious man with no regard for law, or rules, or justice and who decides cases on whim. Very stupid, totally unethical. Home address: 1010 Oakbrook Ln, Mt. Pleasant, IA, (319-986-6786).

2. Patrick Madden, State of Iowa District Judge, 7th district, Muscatine, knows nothing about law - said citizens must prove that they have a right of free speech and can be censored unless they prove it, also said that slander has nothing to do with truth or falsity of the statements. Dumb as a rock, plays favorites. Home address: 2116 Mulberry Ave, Muscatine, IA, (319-264-0496).

8th Federal Circuit of Appeals, St. Louis, sleazebags George G. Fagg (nice name, guess we don't have to wonder), Pasco M. Bowman (learn English, you moron), and Diana E. Murphy. These judges don't even read the cases they are deciding. They make their rulings knowing nothing about the issues before them by issuing one paragraph form letters.

Iowa Appeals Court sleazebags

Sackett, Vogel, and Streit can't even read a brief straight. They make up claims and then ignore the law and finally just repeat what the district judge said.

SACKETT, Rosemary Shaw - Okoboji - address perhaps 1004 21st, Milford, (712)338-9106
Judge, Iowa Court of Appeals

Birth: January 17, 1940, Fort Dodge. Parents: Frank W. and Irene Rafferty Shaw. Education: Graduated Pocahontas Community High School, 1957; B.A., cum laude Buena Vista College, 1960; J.D., Drake University Law School, 1963; L.L.M.; University of Virginia Law School, 1990. Spouse: Robert W. Sackett of Okoboji, 1964. Children: 1 daughter, Mary Margaret; 4 sons: Murphy, Morgan, Barry, and Frank. Profession and Activities: Practiced law, Pocahontas and Spencer, 1963-1983. Former member: Iowa Commission on Alcoholism, Supreme Court Juvenile Advisory Rules Committee, Spencer Low Rent Housing Commission. Member: American, Iowa, Judicial District 3A (president, 1977 and 1983), Clay County (president, 1981-1983), and Dickinson County Bar Associations, Iowa Judges Association (chair, Family Law Committee, 1985-1992), Catholic Church, Rotary, American Association of University Women. Appointed to Iowa Court of Appeals, September 1983. Term: ends December 31, 2002.

STREIT, Michael J. - 1012 N 12th St., Chariton, (515)774-4633
Judge, Iowa Court of Appeals

Birth: April 14, 1950, Sheldon. Education: Graduated from University of Iowa, B.A. in Economics, 1972; University of San Diego, J.D., 1975. Profession and Activities: Member of San Diego Law Review,1974-1975.Admitted to practice in Iowa, Nebraska, California. Member of Iowa, Nebraska, California, Lucas County Bar Associations; practiced law in Chariton, 1975-1983; Lucas County Attorney, 1983; Assistant Lucas County Attorney, 1975-1979; District Court Judge, 1983-1996; Chair, Supreme Court Education Advisory Committee, 1990-present; Chair, Iowa Judicial Institute, 1991-present; Chair, New Judge Orientation/Mentor Program, 1991-present; Co-chair, Judges Association Education Committee, 1990-present; Supreme Court Technology Committee, 1988-present;Anglo American Exchange Program, Middle Temple, London, England, 1991; Bencher, Blackstone Inn of Court, 1990-present. Term: ends December 31, 1998.

VOGEL, GAYLE NELSON - 302 W. Jackson St., Knoxville (515)842-6160
Judge, Iowa Court of Appeals

Birth: June 14, 1949, Rockford, IL. Education: Graduated from Rockford College, B.A. 1971, cum laude; Drake Law School, J.D. 1983 with honors, Order of the Coif. Spouse: Thomas E. Vogel. Children: 3 sons; Tim, Carl and Andrew. Profession and Activities: General practice, Knoxville, 1983-1996.  Member: Past President of Marion County and District 5A, Iowa State and American Bar Associations; Grievance Commission, 1988-1996; Good Shepherd Lutheran Church; Knoxville Area Community Hospital Board of Directors, 1991-1996; Tax Review Board, 1995-1996; Rotary Club Member, Board of Directors, 1991-1994.  Chamber of Commerce Business Woman of the Year, 1994.  Member of C. Edwin Moore Inns of Court and Iowa Judges Association, ethics committee.  Appointed to Court of Appeals, April 25, 1996. Term: ends December 31, 1998.

Federal Judge Susan Webber Wright in Arkansas - the fool who decided that sexual assault was not sexual harrassment in the Paula Jones case. Not outrageous enough. What a relief to learn from Stupid Judge Susan Wright that, as a matter of law, running one's hands up a woman's dress and fondling her middle pelvic area is acceptable (albeit boorish)! This is not just an excellent technique to use on female employees, but even better for young female job applicants. You can learn a lot about a girl in a very short time.

See Paula Jone's Deposition.


and The Center for Judicial Accountability


95% of all complaints against federal judges are dismissed without investigation.
85% of all complaints in NY State are dismissed without investigation.



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