Not even requiring the govrnment to respond to his allegations, and wasting no time on little nuances like the requirements of the Constitution of the United States and the fact that he is being imprisoned for 40 years without any violation of a criminal statute , the district court in Denver, Colorado has, on June 16th, promptly dismissed Reverend Matt Hale's latest case for freedom. The case is Hale v. Berkebile, No. 14-cv-1233 and the decision can be found at docket number 18. Hale will be filing a motion to reconsider and should that fail, an appeal to the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Reverend Hale is the former leader of the pro-White and anti-Jewish Church of the Creator. Until his arrest in 2003, he was America's most well-known and effective public advocate for that cause, appearing numerous times on television shows such as "The Today Show" and "Politically Incorrect" and being featured in magazines such as GA, Spin, and others.
A 1998 graduate of Southern Illinois University School of Law, he was convicted in 2004 on politically-motivated charges of having solicited the murder of Chicago federal judge Joan Lefkow, during a pending trademark case, even though there is no evidence that any such solicitation occurred.
Despite repeated attempts to regain his rightful freedom ever since, that freedom has continued to be denied by the courts, usually by corrupt judges who have outright lied about the facts of his case in order to keep him imprisoned.
Hale has filed misconduct complaints against some of the judges in question but since those complaints are ruled upon by their colleagues, those complaints, too, have been denied.
*********************************************************************From his prison cell in solitary confinement at the infamous "Supermax" prison in Florence, Colorado, Reverend Hale has this to say about the summary dismissal of his new case for freedom:
"The eleven page decision was written by Judge Lewis T. Babcock, who held that the Denver district court lacks statutory jurisdiction to hear the merits of my case for freedom but who also opined that I had to produce new evidence in order to prove my innocence even though I am already innocent as a matter of statutory law.
I disagree strongly with both contentions and believe that due to the faulty reasoning and misunderstanding of the law that lie behind them, I have good cause to file a Rule 59(e) motion to reconsider and that's what I'm going to do. Should that motion fail, I will be appealing to the Tenth Circuit Court of appeals.
I am glad though that Judge Babcock's opinion is free of the kind of ideological hatred that I was faced with by the judges in the Chicago area. Rather, I simply disagree with his generally anti-prisoner view of the law and intend to vindicate a more fair and just viewpoint in future legal proceedings. People need to understand that extreme bias is built into the rotten legal system that we have the misfortune to live under and that true justice is sadly beside the point,"
Rev Matt Hale
June 41AC (2014)