A federal judge has ordered annual ethics classes for Justice Department attorneys as a punishment for being “intentionally deceptive” during litigation over President Obama’s executive immigration orders.
“Such conduct is certainly not worthy of any department whose name includes the word ‘Justice,'” U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen wrote in a withering order released Thursday.
Justice Department attorneys misled the court about when the Department of Homeland Security would begin implementing President Obama’s executive order granting “deferred action” to illegal immigrants whose children are citizens.
The facts of the deception are not in doubt, Hanen emphasized. “[DOJ] has now admitted making statements that clearly did not match the facts,” he said in the May 19 opinion, first noted by the National Law Journal. “It has admitted that the lawyers who made these statements had knowledge of the truth when they made these misstatements … This court would be remiss if it left such unseemly and unprofessional conduct unaddressed.”
Well, Police [Corporate Policy Enforcers] are allowed to legally lie to cover up an “investigation” -which could also be used to cover up their own criminal actions-… so it’s not a far stretch for DOJ Attorneys to “legally” lie about their own inner workings.
All B.A.R. ATTORNEYS are intentionally deceptive. EVERY BAR Attorney, upon hiring, defines their clients as “wards of the state” of “unsound mind.” EVERY BAR Attorney intentionally does not tell their “clients” that their “clients” TRADE-NAME is what is being “charged” -like a credit card- with statutory (read: debt-money commercial) violations. The easiest way to PAY any off “statutory charges” is to use our own negotiable instruments of debt in a charge-back set-off (possibly upon the public TRADE-NAME© Trust).