Chicago based-IFCAA announces ongoing alleged retaliation against citizens fighting judicial corruption- Court Watcher for IFCAA Co-Founder, Dr. Sheila Mannix, falsely incarcerated.
Feb. 6, 2007- Illinois Family Court Accountability Advocates (IFCAA) announced that on February 2, 2007, in an alleged act of retaliation against citizens lawfully fighting to uphold the US Constitution in the face of alleged judicial corruption, a court watcher was falsely incarcerated at Chicago's Richard J. Daley Center for exercising his constitutional right to be present at a court proceeding involving IFCAA co-founder, Dr. Sheila Mannix.
During Dr. Mannix's court proceedings before Cook County Judge James G. Donegan, a judge allegedly involved in illicit acts, Mr. Jaime Hernandez was allegedly framed and jailed after false claims of the court watchers disrupting the courtroom were alleged by Cook County Sheriff Deputy Eric Gross, while the deputy was outside the courtroom. Note: On November 21, 2006, the reputable attorney, Jonathan G. Anderson was allegedly provoked by a prejudicial ruling by Judge Donegan in gross violation of his client's constitutional rights and in opposition of Illinois law. The alleged provocation resulted in a battery charge against Mr. Anderson for his altercation with Deputy Eric Gross. On Feb. 2nd, witnesses claim that Child Representative David Wessel spoke to Deputy Gross and physically pointed out the court watchers prior to the incident evidencing an alleged pre-meditated violation of Mr. Hernandez's civil rights by Mr. Wessel and other court agents. Three additional court watchers were told to leave the building and were threatened with false incarceration if they returned in alleged direct violation of their constitutional rights by state court agents.
After Mr. Hernandez was taken in to custody. Judge Donegan entered an allegedly criminally perjurious order of protection against Dr. Mannix without due process of law in retaliation for her lawful but unsuccessful attempts since December 31, 2006 to obtain to obtain protection orders for her children and herself in Lake County, their county of legal residence.