Senator Jan Angel is any thing but an Angel. This despicable individual is suppose to “represent” the people of WA State, but more importantly to “protect and maintain individual rights.” But Senator Angel believes she only ‘sets policy’ and ‘balances the budget’. Everything else is not her responsibility. Well, even if Senator Angel is correct she is still failing as the “policies” she sets are being violated every day by corrupt public servants, and, as a consequence of this official misconduct by judges, prosecutors and public officials in ignoring Jan’s policies, the budget is not balanced. And when I reminded Senator Angel that her duty is to ‘remove’ corrupt public official, she gave me the middle-finger.
Ron and Teresa Estes, after reading my experience with Senator Jan Angel, were so outraged that they contacted the Senator in an effort to make her realize the harm in the blind-eye our representatives cast to the blatant criminal conduct that occurs within government – especially within the judicial branch.
Ron and Teresa Estes are particularly qualified to speak of judicial/attorney corruption as their young daughter, Kyla, is slowly dying from the diagnoses of “legal abuse syndrome“.
In short, Kyla, a single mother, petitioned the ‘court’ to force the child’s father to pay child support. Enter a lawyer. Long story short, Kyla lost custody, she may only visit her child for a couple hours a week and must PAY a court appointed guardian to supervise Kyla’s visitation and all travel expenses. If that isn’t beyond the pale, Kyla hasn’t seen her child for months and the King County Superior Court Judge Cahan doesn’t give a 2-cents. Each day Kyla dies a little more in missing her child and in the arrogance and disregard for her rights by a corrupt Judge – Cahan.
Here is what the Estes wrote to Senator Angel.
From: Estes .. [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2015 4:53 AM
To: Angel, Sen. Jan
Subject: Judicial System and your duty as an elected official
Dear Ms. Angel,
It has come to our attention that our judicial system has some serious issues. We can make a list a mile long as to what the problems are, but the reason for our e-mail to you today is that we as citizens of Washington State understand that you as an elected official do not want to abide by our state constitution.
It does not surprise us that you disregard our constitution as so many others that are in the same position of power disregard the same constitution believing that you are only voted into office for budgeting.
We’d like to address that you have a duty to the citizens of Washington State to ensure that each and every person who is in a position of power that as elected official in a judicial capacity are abiding by the same laws governed by our Washington State constitution.
If you as an elected official cannot abide by laws and our constitution how can we as citizens of Washington State trust that you and anyone else who is in the same positions as yourself or any elected judicial officer protect the citizens of Washington State. You may be in a position of helping to make laws, but it appears that you do not take the oath of your position very seriously because if you had you’d start by helping to correct a growing problem that we have in our state and that would be to start with our Judicial System being severely broken.
We have continued to witness first hand these past few years the unethical dealing with a judicial system that has legalized rape, legalized domestic violence, child abuse, child endangerment and negligence along with numerous other issues we have witnessed first hand.
The oath of office you were supposedly have taken would have stated: I, ——–, do solemnly swear that I will support the Constitution of the United States and the constitution of the state of Washington………..! When you don’t take your oath seriously as a judicial officer whom was sworn into their position it constitutes as treason. If an average citizen of the United States and Washington State were to commit such violations of laws that would constitute as treason and be prosecuted for treason, why is it that when an elected official or judicial officer commits such a heinous crime against the citizens of WA State and against their oath that they are allowed to get away with it by using their position of power to commit such unjust against?
We believe that you have a duty as an elected official to help protect our rights as citizens and if you are unable to perform such duties of your oath of office then you should resign from your position and allow someone whom is capable of upholding the WA State Constitution along with all laws that are implemented to protect the average citizen to resume your position and get the job done that is supposed to be done and that is to do what you were elected in office for by ensuring that all judicial officers abide by their oath and that they are held accountable for their unethical actions and their violations of the constitution.
We’d love to hear back from you regarding your position on this matter.
The Estes Family
And Senator Angel’s reply…
From: Angel, Sen. Jan ;
To: Estes .. ;
Subject: RE: Judicial System and your duty as an elected official
Sent: Thu, Feb 12, 2015 10:07:10 PM
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Estes, the Washington State Legislature does not have the jurisdiction or authority to execute an investigation. The correct course of action is to contact the Attorney General, Bob Ferguson to request an investigation. The Attorney General can be reached at the following:
Office: (360) 753-6200
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