3214 Crystal Springs Road West
University Place, WA 98466
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Senator Steve O’Ban District 28 R
102 Irv Newhouse Building
PO Box 40428
Olympia, WA 98504-0428
Representative Dick Muri District 28 R
424 John L. O’Brien
P.O. Box 40600
Olympia, WA 98504-0600
Toll-free: (800) 562-6000
Dear Senator Steve O’Ban and Representative Dick Muri,
With this letter, I have delivered to you a copy of court documents and grievances that describes criminal conduct by members of WA State’s Judicial Branch. Those individual who hold judicial office and commit these crimes are 1) Judge James Orlando; 2) Judge Elizabeth Martin; 3) Commissioner Diana Lynn Kiesel 4) Judge Kitty- Ann van Doorninck and 5) Judge Ronald Leighton.
I demand that you exercise your power provided by WA Constitution, Article 4, Section 9. Therefore, you are to prepare a “joint resolution” for the removal of the individuals noted above and for the reasons provided by me and that which can be obtained by the courts including all documents, audio and “offers of proof” contained or referenced in the materials found on the included documents. This “joint resolution” that you are to prepare is to be submitted to the full house as stated in Article 4, Section 9. This “joint resolution” shall NOT be submitted to any legislative committee or obstructed by any other person – including staff lawyers or lobbyists. The only “exception” to this prohibition is to insure the “joint resolution” properly and completely conveys the criminal conduct and evidentiary materials that support removal.
The “joint resolution” shall be provided to each judicial official for their response as Article 4, Section 9 provides.
Additionally, I demand that you exercise your power provided by WA Constitution, Article 5, Sections 1 and 2. Therefore, you are to begin the process of conducting impeachment proceedings for the removal of the individuals noted above and for the reasons provided by me, including all documents, audio, and “offers of proof” contained or referenced in the materials found on the included documents.
I make these demands, because our “judicial branch” cannot sit in judgment of their own conduct. Only you, our ‘representative,’ can insure judicial officials understanding their obligations to the people. It is simple – governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, and are established to protect and maintain individual rights.
Last point…I have exercised my civic duty to report criminal conduct, by state officials, to my elected representatives who have the constitutional power to address and remedy these crimes being reported. The fact obligates you directly, not some surrogate, to take corrective action – it must be documented corrective action. If you do not take documented corrective action the principles of liability apply RCW 9A.08 and Title 18 USC Chapter 1 § 4
Anne Setsuko Giroux