TIME OF RECKONING—August 2018
A San Francisco jury awarded $289 million to an ailing groundskeeper against Monsanto, bigtime chemical producer. In the past, Federal Judge Susan Mollway refused to hear the plight of the Maui people who were continuously poisoned by the chemicals, as if their case was unimportant while this judge stalled, perhaps hoping that a new law would justify Monsanto.
I read the documentary book PRO SE: On My Own authored by Erlinda Dominguez. The same Judge Mollway immediately dismissed her case against her two lawyers within days after another judge already decided not to dismiss. Justifying her dismissal, Judge Mollway guessed that any jury would find the case unwarranted anyway.
Readers would become more aware of the legal and judicial system from documentary books and articles written by the brave. Judges are totally immune and exempt from civil liability, whatever they do to the litigant, and whatever are their unknown or personal motives. Powerful groups can manipulate the system, be above the law and betray the Constitution to earn their millions against small people. For the Maui community, the time of reckoning has come, at least against Monsanto.
I asked Author-Attorney Erlinda Dominguez to publish this testimonial and link to the 2015 article about powerful Monsanto, from the website of Patriot or Traitor — http://www.patriotortraitor.com. It is American freedom to speak, and a moral duty to this country not to remain fearful, silent, docile and submissive.
Aloha to the people of Hawaii and good luck to the plight of the Maui people! I recommend the book PRO SE: On My Own.
—ALIM DUMAGUING 8/23/18
The Acknowledgments from Pro Se
I am grateful—
To the Honorable Federal Judge Barry M. Kurren in Hawaii who saw the truth and applied the law; to the Arbitrator Walter Davis who said, “I will do the legal and moral thing, or I have no business sitting here.” His decision vindicated me from any legal malpractice, but he didn’t live to know what my opponents did thereafter;
To the California State Judge and the lawyers in his court when I was summoned for a jury selection. Their reaction of sheer disbelief of the conflicts of interest and ultimate injustice that I personally experienced in the Hawaii courts also inspired me to write this book;
To my many clients for whom I was pleased to be of service, friends and relatives, acquaintances and the supporters of the Rule of Law—with my special affection to the group who read my manuscript then encouraged me to publish this book—to make people aware of what could happen to a litigant in a Court of Law;
To everyone who read my first book, Twice Upon a Court, then took the time to positively comment in their own way;
To the readers who will find this book extremely educational and see the truth that it reveals—too morbid, horrifying, immoral, hurtful it may be;
To our military men and women who unselfishly sacrifice their lives for our freedom, and to those who now live in the eternal history of heroes;
To all who peacefully fight for what is just and right—regardless of their color, nationality, creed, personal circumstances—even with fear of reprisal by the all-powerful;
To each one who shares the American dream—that it is a fact, everyone is born equal—and our United States Constitution that guarantees our inalienable right of freedom—should always be respected, defended and upheld.
Mahalo. Salamat po. Thank you.
To the readers of my documentary books;
To all who support truth and justice;
To all who advocate the Rule of Law;
To all who will move forward from the inadequacy or pretense of protecting the U.S. Constitution;
To all who can look back at their lives and say, “I earned my living with morality, grace and honesty, skills and competence. I am proud and deserve to live in America;”
To clients, loved ones and friends all over the world.
I love you all!
Greetings! Aloha! Mabuhay!
Author-Attorney Erlinda Dominguez.
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