Judge John Briggs Conceals Crime – You’d Think This Is Where Longmont, CO Homeowner Craig Buckley’s Suffering Would End? Judge John Briggs Decides This Is Where It Was Just To Begin. Corrupt Judge James F. Hartmann “In Too Deep” By This Point.
On April 7, 2011 Longmont, CO homeowner, Craig Buckley’s former employers, Dream Stone, Inc., in sworn testimony before Judge John Briggs of the Weld County Court, testified as follows:
I will refer you to Plaintiffs’ Exhibit No. 2, which states:
“You have sworn and managed to convince the Weld County District Court that my earned accrued wage claim was before the Colorado Division of Labor, and, therefore, the Court has no jurisdiction.”
Is that true, Mr. Murphy?
A: That’s true.
“You have simultaneously sworn and managed to convince the” — “convince the Colorado Division of Labor that my earned accrued wage claim was before the Weld County Court, and, therefore, the DOL had no jurisdiction.”
Is that also true?
A: As far — to my knowledge, that’s true, yes.
According to The Hartmannconspiracy’s legal analyst, Title 18 Criminal Code § 18-8-306 Attempt to Influence a Public Servant, is statutorily defined as follows:
“Any person who attempts to influence any public servant by means of deceit or by threat of violence or economic reprisal against any person or property, with the intent thereby to alter or affect the public servant’s decision, vote, opinion, or action concerning any matter which is to be considered or performed by him or the agency or body of which he is a member, commits a class 4 felony.”
Craig Buckley had filed a civil action against his former employers, Dream Stone, Inc. in 2009, seeking accrued wages due, which included vacation pay, web design fees, graphic design, and search engine optimization for their business website, dreamstoneinc.com. Craig Buckley had terminated his employment under constructive discharge, as did numerous other Dream Stone employees at that time. The ICAO determined that Dream Stone, Inc. was an, ” abusive and toxic environment”.
“Everyone else who walked out received their pay, they were pissed at me because I turned them in to OSHA for serious health & Safety violations, so I had to sue” recounts Craig Buckley. “The Murphys (Dream Stone, Inc. owners) vowed revenge against me for turning them in to OSHA.”
Buckley filed a civil action in Weld County District Court seeking, as his main cause of action, an award of wages plus penalties due for their willful violation of the law. Buckley was compelled to pursue court action because, at that time prior to the revisions effected in 2014, the Colorado Division of Labor had no authority to compel an award of penalties and fees. Several months later, Buckley filed a complaint with the Division of Labor, seeking fines and criminal penalties against Dream stone, Inc.
Although Buckley was seeking monetary damages in the weld County Court, and fines/penalties through the DOL and the criminal justice system, Dream Stone, Inc., through their criminally complicit Broomfield, CO attorney, Daniel T. Goodwin, committed fraud and managed to convince both the Court, and the DOL that neither had jurisdiction because the matter was before the other.
Court pleadings, and documents from March 2011 obtained from CDLE Director Ellen Golombek irrefutably prove attorney Daniel T. Goodwin, and the employer’s felonious acts.
On June 17, 2010, Weld County District Court Chief Judge James F. Hartmann in violation of Buckley’s Due Process rights, and C.R.S. 8-4-110(2) of the Colorado wage Claim Act, illegally stripped him of both evidence, and the right to prosecute his wage claim case before the Court.
“Hartmann knew, and has known, throughout the last 8 years he has been attacking me exactly what the Defendants and their attorney did, he’s just in too deep now to do anything other than keep attacking me,” Buckley stated.
Craig Buckley’s Weld County District Court case was dismissed, the Defendants were awarded attorneys’ fees, and they filed a series of liens on Buckley’s home. The sworn testimony above was from a restraining order hearing held before the Weld County Court, Judge John Briggs presiding. Buckley had written a spate of angry emails to his former employers, demanding that the fraudulently obtained liens on his home be removed.
Craig Buckley was arrested by Weld County authorities, and held on a $20,000.00 bond for a single count of Class 3 Misdemeanor harassment. “This has less to do with writing harassing emails, than it does Ken Buck and James Hartmann’s rage and narcissism for me building two websites exposing their illegal acts,” said Buckley. Those websites were corruptkenbuck.com, and weldcountycorruption.com, and while similar in content to hartmannconspiracy.com, they were much more vitriolic.
So, What Does It Mean To Be An Accessory to A Crime in Colorado? CRS § 18-8-105
Who can be held responsible for a crime under Colorado Law?
To establish that an accused is guilty of being an accessory under Colorado Law the following statutory elements must be proven:
(1) A crime has been committed;
(2) the accused rendered assistance to the actor;
(3) the accused intended to hinder, delay, or prevent the discovery, detection, apprehension, prosecution, conviction, or punishment of the principal;
(4) the accused knew that the person being assisted has committed, or has been convicted of, or is charged by pending information, indictment, or complaint with such crime, or is suspected of or wanted in connection with such crime; and,
(5) the underlying crime is designated as a felony other than a class 1 or 2 felony.
Being an accessory to crime is a class 5 felony if the offender knows that the person being assisted has committed, or has been convicted of, or is charged by pending information, indictment, or complaint with a crime, or is suspected of or wanted for a crime, and if that crime is designated by this code as a felony other than a class 1 or class 2 felony; except that being an accessory to a class 6 felony is a class 6 felony.
Corrupt Weld County District Court Chief Judge James F. Hartmann had later admitted, in sworn testimony, that he was in possession of evidence by Friday, April 1, 2011, proving the civil Defendants had sworn simultaneously before both the Court, and the DOL that neither had jurisdiction because the matter was before the other.
Corrupt Judge John Briggs heard the sworn confession, April 7, 2011, proving the civil Defendants had sworn simultaneously before both the Court, and the DOL that neither had jurisdiction because the matter was before the other.
Corrupt Congressman (then Weld County DA) Ken Buck threw Buckley out of his office under the escort of 5 Weld County Sheriff’s Officers on the afternoon of April 7, 2011, evidence in hand, proving the civil Defendants had sworn simultaneously before both the Court, and the DOL that neither had jurisdiction because the matter was before the other.
Corrupt Ken Buck then appointed two felony prosecutors, Chief deputy DA Steve Wrenn, and Deputy DA Sarah Bousman to ensure that Buckley, appearing without an attorney because he had already been financially ravaged by corrupt Weld County officials, would be silenced.
Buckley’s years of incomprehensible suffering should have ended, right then-right there, in Judge John Briggs’ courtroom on April 7, 2011.
They Did Not.
The Government of Colorado, with full knowledge of crime by Judge James Hartmann, Congressman Ken Buck, and Boulder District Attorney Stan Garnett should, rightfully, publicly release all
transcripts related to the ongoing crimes of the aforementioned. The Government of Colorado
WILL, however, continue to use our socioeconomic status to conceal evidence. We need (very
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