God hates unjust judges, and has put the state of Tennessee and her people under an unjust judge in Hamilton County who refuses to relieve them of an court-confessed and open oppression.
Judge Pamela Fleenor has sat on a petition for writ of mandamus 201 days and refused to command obedience to a Tennessee law. The petition is that she straighten out Gov. Bill Lee and compel him to obey black-letter law regulating the public health response to contagions such as that under the moniker SARS-CoV2 or Covid-19, or CV-19. On Wednesday she issued her third and fourth orders of dismissal as I have worked as a private prosecutor to bring errant officials under the law.
She refuses to bring properly sought relief by an injured party, and is adding harm and delay in pursuit of a judicial policy of complicity with Gov. Lee in his abrogation of Tenn. Code Ann. § 68-5-104 in the health code.
I am suing on basis of harms done to me by Gov. Lee and his claque, and have standing with which to make claim on behalf of state of Tennessee.
But Judge Fleenor, trailing after pernicious arguments, fibs about the law, misrepresentations, denials of evidence, pretends not to see the case. She declares not to see any injury, fathoms not that she has power in Tennessee mandamus law to stop the abuse that crashed the state economy and deleted a quarter of small businesses and strangled social and religious life of the people in violation of the constitution.
The Word of God condemns injustice and unjust courts of justice. God is a righteous lawgiver, his commands summarized in the 10 commandments.
A persistent widow
The best-known account of judicial malpractice is the parable of the unjust judge who yields to the persistent widow in Luke, chapter 18. The point of the parable is persistence, and how dogged pleadings in person can wear away the will of an unjust judge.
Then He spoke a parable to them, that men always ought to pray and not lose heart, saying: “There was in a certain city a judge who did not fear God nor regard man. Now there was a widow in that city; and she came to him, saying, ‘Get justice for me from my adversary.’ And he would not for a while; but afterward he said within himself, ‘Though I do not fear God nor regard man, yet because this widow troubles me I will avenge her, lest by her continual coming she weary me.’ ”Luke 18: 2-5
The judge does not fear God nor regard man, but “because this widow troubles me” he will avenge her, “lest by her continual coming she weary me.”
Notice how the judge “did not fear God” as he should have, nor does he “regard man,” which empathy and compassion he must have. The widow says, “[G]et justice for me from my adversary,” implying she is the weaker of the two vis a vis her adversary.
God regulates the high work of public justice and of “judging.”
“God stands in the congregation of the mighty; He judges among the gods. How long will you judge unjustly, And show partiality to the wicked? (Psalm 82:1, 2) The judgment of a court is the judgment of God whenever delivered in accordance with God’s word. Judges are that class of people who, as a congregation, represent God on the earth.
The work of Judge Fleenor is equity and justice. Verse 3 demands, “Defend the poor and fatherless; Do justice to the afflicted and needy.”
My case before her in chancery seeks this very thing. The poor, the fatherless, the afflicted, the locked-away elderly and the needy have been under distress starting March 12, 2020. The total lockdown and mass arrest of the entire population (with a list of exceptions) on April 2 forced the entire economy and all public life in Tennessee to grind to a halt.
No foreign invader of the United States or state of Tennessee — whether communist, fascist or other — could have done worse damage than that affected by the March 12, 2020, coup and overthrow of the form of government.
Jesus refers to the ways of evil rulers in dealing with the two disciples whose mother asked him to place one at his right, and the other at his left hand in the kingdom.
But Jesus called them to Himself and said, “You know that the rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them, and those who are great exercise authority over them. Yet it shall not be so among you; but whoever desires to become great among you, let him be your servant. And whoever desires to be first among you, let him be your slave — just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.”
Among men, Christians are to lead by serving, not by “lording it over” others, as do the heathen, “[exercising] authority” over others. God intends grace to flow ever more widely among men and in their societies, so that — eventually — there will indeed be little “lording it over” and little “exercising authority” among men. Less verticality in society, if you will, and more horizontality. Less compulsion, force, rule, law, coercion, and more volunteering, self-denial, service, ministry, volunteering — more grace and gratis goodwill.
Judge Fleenor lords it over the people, as has Gov. Lee and as has Becky Barnes, the health tyrant. Refusing to bring relief to wrongs done by them pursuant to their law, she sides with them and brings evil.
When judge is robber
“You shall not pervert the judgment of your poor in his dispute. Keep yourself far from a false matter; do not kill the innocent and righteous. For I will not justify the wicked. And you shall take no bribe, for a bribe blinds the discerning and perverts the words of the righteous. “Also you shall not oppress a stranger, for you know the heart of a stranger, because you were strangers in the land of Egypt.
In State ex rel Tulis, Judge Fleenor has joined in a false matter — violation of oath, a false matter regarding Tennessee law, which Gov. Lee swore to administer and which Mrs. Barnes is employed to fulfill in Hamilton County. The bribe for Judge Fleenor is acceptance by the great and the mighty, the person of Gov. Lee, Bill Byron Lee the man, whom I am also suing in his person. God commands Judge Fleenor “not to oppress a stranger” because God’s people were strangers in Egypt.
God commands Pamela Fleenor to do “no injustice” in judgment, and not be “partial” and “honor” the “person of the mighty,” their approval being the bribe.
‘You shall do no injustice in judgment. You shall not be partial to the poor, nor honor the person of the mighty. In righteousness you shall judge your neighbor. You shall not go about as a talebearer among your people; nor shall you take a stand against the life of your neighbor: I am the Lord.Leviticus 19:15, 16
Judge Fleenor, 201 days in denying justice and relief, is a talebearer. Her rulings of dismissal are egregious on several points.
God’s people were governed by judges, ordained to bring peace to the realm from internal and external threats.
You shall appoint judges and officers in all your gates, which the Lord your God gives you, according to your tribes, and they shall judge the people with just judgment. You shall not pervert justice; you shall not show partiality, nor take a bribe, for a bribe blinds the eyes of the wise and twists the words of the righteous. You shall follow what is altogether just, that you may live and inherit the land which the Lord your God is giving you.” Deut. 16:18-20
In having favor of the bar and the white legal political establishment, Judge Fleenor is being bribed to be issue “unjust judgment[s].” I represent 6.8 million people as the state of Tennessee in my case. Yet she sees no one but me, and does not see Tennessee law — which she by oath has duty to defend and uphold — in our defense. My words in the case have been twisted and mangled, and my intentions continually misconstrued, by the respondents as well as by her, in sympathy to their defense of parties in fraud.
Judge Fleenor is commanded by God and by her rules of ethics to not respect or show a respect of persons. Evil judges are worse than thieves, John Calvin says.
This kind of theft is the worst of all, when judges are corrupted either by bribes, or by affection, and thus ruin the fortunes which they ought to protect: for, since their tribunal is as it were a sacred asylum, to which those who are unjustly oppressed may fly, nothing can be more unseemly than that they should there fall amongst robbers. Judges are appointed to repress all wrongs and offences; if therefore they show favour to the wicked, they are harbourers of thieves; than which there is no more deadly pest. And besides, since their authority excludes every other remedy, they are themselves like robbers with arms in their hands. The greater, therefore, there power of injury is, and the greater the damage committed by their unjust sentences, the more diligently are they to be beware of iniquity; And thus it was necessary to keep them in the path of duty by special instructions, lest they should conceal and encourage thievery by their patronage. Now, as avarice is the root of all evils, when it thus lays hold of the mind of judges, no integrity can continue to exist.
Calvin, Commentaries on the last Four Books of Moses, III, 136 f. Cited R.J. Rushdoony, Institutes of Biblical Law, 1973, p. 534
Judge Fleenor, joining Gov. Lee et al, has turned the social order into an instrument of evil. The sin is upon her, not upon those who have dealt with her in private, promising rewards, whether of acceptance, gratitude, amity, regard, friendship, promotion, position, money or future regard. The sin is upon the judge who refuses do to justly, not on those who pay a bribe to obtain the injustice.
The office of judge is theocratic. Christian ministers declare the word of God. The judge applies it to particular sets of facts in cases brought to bar. “If the judge represents a class or party rather than God andHislaw, a readical perversion of justice is introduced into the life of the nation. Because man is a sinner, even themost godly of judges will be fallible and erring,” Rushdoony says. “But by virtue of his faith, will be guided by the law-word of God and His Holy Spirit. The ungodly judge, having no such standard, will naturally be partisan: he will represent a faction or class.”
A Tennessee judge serves the state court system secondarily. Judge Fleenor, by definition, serves as an officer of God primarily. Says Rushdoony,
If the judge does not represent God’s law order, he is ultimately a political hack and hatchet man whose job it is to keep the people in line, protect the establishment, and, in the process, to feather his own nest. Ungodly judges are to be feared and hated: they represent a particularly fearful and ugly form of evil, and their abuse of office is a deadly cancer to any society.Institutes of Biblical Law, p. 613
To keep peace among sinners God established judicial government for the people of Israel (the early church), as recorded in Deuteronomy 16. A judge shall not “pervert justice or show partiality.”
Appoint judges and officials for each of your tribes in every town the Lord your God is giving you, and they shall judge the people fairly. Do not pervert justice or show partiality. Do not accept a bribe, for a bribe blinds the eyes of the wise and twists the words of the innocent. Follow justice and justice alone, so that you may live and possess the land the Lord your God is giving you. (vv. 18-20)
The judge is to “not recognize faces,” in the Hebrew, must be blind to the persons in the case and “must see the issues involved,” Rushdoony says. In Israel, a judge’s taking of a bribe was a capital offense.
The prophet Hosea indicates that when unjust courts are common and corrupt officials and businessmen get away with unjust acts, and guilt becomes prevalent, specific judgment due in particular cases that is not rendered therein becomes general judgment upon a city, people or nation.
I will not punish your daughters when they commit harlotry, Nor your brides when they commit adultery; For the men themselves go apart with harlots, And offer sacrifices with a ritual harlot. Therefore people who do not understand will be trampled.Hosea 4:14
Crooks try to mulct relator, who is ‘an abomination’
I have become an abomination in the 202 days of action in State ex rel Tulis. An abomination to the wicked. Sharon Milling, attorney of Becky Barnes, health administrator, is seeking to extort F$11,000 in fees and costs from me in my case — to be paid from my own purse as one acting in charitable deaconal work — church work — to benefit these millions of people. A good verb or this process is mulcting.
“Many seek the ruler’s favor, But justice for man comes from the Lord. An unjust man is an abomination to the righteous, And he who is upright in the way is an abomination to the wicked”.Proverbs 29:27
Source: R.J. Rushdoony, Institutes of Biblical Law (The Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Co.,  1983, pp. 611-631