Congress both state and Federal shall not hide or restrict from easy public access, any legal settlements or verdicts, that included (as a defendant – that was or is active, as, – a politician, and or, a politicianâ€™s staff member,
All information must be made available to the public, on the home page of every relevant government website, with a conspicuous link that goes easily and directly to this information – including all natures of the complaint, (whether they be sexual harassment, stalking, or any other allegations, facts, or findings, etcâ€¦). Also included will be the posting of the status, settlement amount, verdict, amount being sued for, etcâ€¦, and no settlement(s) past or present/shall contain a gag order, or any blocked judicial order, that denies the public full knowledge/except HIPPAA or other required redactions, that do not supersede the spirit of this legislation. In the event that a judge or clerk wrongfully redacts information that is permissible to the public, subject to this legislation, they shall be liable personally (the government shall not pay these monies) for all fees, costs, to recoup the wrongfully redacted information. Judges and clerks must receive a documented 7 day warning to remedy, before they can be personally sued successfully, if still not remedied. This becomes retroactive from the past, all previous settlements and verdicts will be fully revealed, all previous and still pending litigation will be revealed, as well. Any politician or clerk of Records/in any capacity, that wrongfully obstructs the release of the information subject to this legislation herein, the offender will pay a $100,000 fine per obstruction attempt. The offender will either be payroll deducted/garnished if still employed/and all assets shall be frozen until the whistleblowers monies are paid in full/if applicable, these fines and fees against the offender is not eligible to be discharged in bankruptcy, or any other manner, there is no statute of limitations, there are no bank accounts, monies, property, retirement accounts, trust funds, or other that can be protected, as all these accounts are subject to be frozen/seized/sold if necessary, until such time as all fines, fees, costs, legal and other, are fully satisfied. The offenders qualified immunity (if such person was/is a government employee/elected official/appointee) is stripped, without exception, for violating this legislation.
The offender(s) qualified immunity (if such person was/is a government employee/elected official/appointee) is stripped, without exception, for violating this legislation. The offender shall have any and all assets frozen, all fines/fees/legal fees, other costs, shall be paid by the offender. The offender will either be payroll deducted/garnished if still employed/and all assets shall be frozen until the whistleblowers monies are paid in full/if applicable, also, these fines and fees against the offender is not eligible to be discharged in bankruptcy, or any other manner, there is no statute of limitations, there are no bank accounts, monies, property, retirement accounts, trust funds, or other property or accounts that can be protected, as all these accounts are subject to be frozen/seized/sold if necessary, until such time as all fines, fees, costs, legal and other, are fully satisfied. The government/tax payers shall not pay for the legal defense of the person alleged to have violated this legislation. Any attorney working for or representing the government shall not be permitted to represent the person(s)(government employee/elected official/appointee) accused of violating this legislation.Â This action can be brought in local, State, and or Federal court, of the relevant region, for enforceable court action. A small claims court, shall now have an exception for these whistleblower type cases as included/defined herein, to expand the limit to $200,000, including all costs/fees/ legal fees/interest/penalties/ damages/etcâ€¦whereby a whistleblower could have their matter heard. All small claim whistleblower matters shall be heard, in 4 months or less for the trial. Whistleblowers receive their 50% of the monies/as it comes in/half is continually diverted to the whistleblower. Whistleblowers receive their 50% of the monies/as it comes in/half is continually diverted to the whistleblower.. If the (whistleblower and or plaintiff loses â€“ the whistleblower is only at risk if they were the sole plaintiff/if the whistleblower was not the sole plaintiff/the solely direct injured party/then the whistleblower has qualified immunity protection from all costs, fees, of any sort, in any capacity), the government employee fully prevails by judicial verdict/is victorious/found not to be liable in any capacity, by a judgeâ€™s order and verdict/jury verdict, then the government employee is entitled to be awarded all of their legal fees, costs, and all eligible awards and monies that they were facing/at risk to pay/in this legislation/and, the judge shall be eligible to award these monies to the government employee/and, fine these costs upon the Plaintiff. The government may reimburse solely the government employeeâ€™s legal fees/legal fees only/nothing else of any sort, so long as the employee prevailed by judicial verdict as described herein. The Plaintiff in this same scenario/if the judicial verdict is in favor of the government employee/the plaintiff would face all the same collectability risk(these monies/debts/ shall not be dischargeable in bankruptcy, all bank accounts and pensions are subject to being seized and or garnished, etcâ€¦). The onus for the government employee to prevail, to be awarded monies, is a burden of proof upon the government employee, therefore a verdict/decision, signed by a judge, declaring that the government employee was absolutely free of all liability/wrong doing, is required for the government employee to be eligible to be awarded and collect monies. Any form of settlement, does not meet this threshold for any award of monies on either side beyond the terms and conditions agreed upon in the executed settlement agreement.
Orville GnertSeptember 16, 2019 at 10:56 PM
I think some consideration needs to be made for protecting the privacy of other parties involved in said cases. I’m all for exposing the seedy underbelly of corrupt politicians, but how much would full and complete disclosure suck for the corrupt one’s victims?
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