The study of judiciaries and judges

Exposing Judges’ Unaccountability and Consequent Riskless Wrongdoing:
Pioneering the news and publishing field of judicial unaccountability reporting


Dr. Richard Cordero, Esq.
Ph.D., University of Cambridge, England
M.B.A., University of Michigan Business School
D.E.A., La Sorbonne, Paris
Judicial Discipline Reform
New York City,,,

This study analyses official statistics, reports, and statements of the Federal Judiciary showing that its judges are unaccountable and their operation is pervaded by secrecy; consequently, they risklessly do wrong in self-interest and to people’s detriment, which calls for reform.

In the last 225 years since the creation of the Federal Judiciary in 1789, only 8 of its judges have been removed from the bench* >14. They hold all their adjudicative, policy-making, administrative, and disciplinary meetings behind closed doors and never appear before a press conference(* >Lsch:2§A). They act with impunity.

The evidence reveals their motive, means, and opportunity(jur:21§§1-3) to engage in financial and non-financial wrongdoing(jur:5§3) by abusing power to deny due process, disregard the law, and decide by reasonless summary orders66. They have hatched a system of wrongdoing so routine, widespread, and coordinated(jur:88§a-c) among themselves213 and between them and insiders169, e.g., running a bankruptcy fraud scheme(jur:65§§1-3), as to have turned wrongdoing into their Judiciary’s institutionalized modus operandi(jur:49§4).

The presentation(jur:97§1) of this evidence and of the findings of its further investigation (jur:100§§3-4) can outrage(jur:83§§2-3) the national public and set off a Watergate-like(jur:4¶¶10-14) generalized media investigation(ol:55). Its findings can cause the public to demand official investigations of the judges and the top politicians(jur:77§§5-6) conniving with them.

The official investigators, exercising their subpoena, search & seizure, contempt, and penal powers and holding public hearings, will be able to make even more outrageous findings. A more deeply outraged public will force politicians to undertake reform that will treat judges as what they are: public servants hired to perform a service and accountable for their performance to their masters, We the People.

Public support for the investigation of the Federal Judiciary will embolden journalists and officials to investigate state judiciaries and hold their judges accountable. Public demand for judicial reform(jur:158§§6-7) can include the establishment of citizen boards of judicial accountability and discipline(jur:160§8). Such boards can constitute the first mechanism through which the people conduct ‘reverse surveillance’(Lsch:2) on their government.

The ensuing new People-government relation can foster the formation of a Tea Party-like national civic movement(jur:164§9) that turns government effectively ever more of, by, and for the people: the People’s Sunrise.

Journalists, politicians, and advocates of honest judiciaries thinking strategically by applying dynamic analysis of harmonious and conflicting interests(Lsch:14§§2-3) can be rewarded by disseminating and further investigating the evidence presented here. They can:

a) cause one or more justices to resign, as they did J. Fortas in 1969(jur:92§d), and win a Pulitzer Prize;

b) run on a winning platform that promises to hold all public servants accountable; and

c) be recognized as the People’s Champions of Justice who brought down Judges Above the Law.

Dr. Cordero offers(Lsch:1; ol:54) to present(Lsch:9) the evidence of judges’ wrongdoing and show how you and your colleagues can join his professional team(ol:119) to further investigate(ol:115) it; and how to develop the novel news and publishing field of judicial unaccountability reporting through a multidisciplinary(jur:131§b) academic(jur:128§4) and business(jur:119§§1-3) venture. The latter can begin with two unique stories(ol:55) involving top officers(ol:63), an investigative plan(jur:66), and the potential to dominate the mid-term election campaign(jur:70) and beyond.

Dare trigger history!(* >jur:7§5)…and you may enter it!


Dr. Richard Cordero, Esq.
Judicial Discipline Reform
New York City,