We have all had contact with the legal system at some point.  Anyone who has not figured out that it is completely rigged and crooked cannot possibly have a functioning brain.  The old adage is --

                    THE MORE MONEY YOU HAVE, THE MORE JUSTICE YOU RECEIVE


DONALD CREED, DISTRICT JUDGE, DISTRICT 19B NORTH CAROLINA

Those of you who might want to send Don a birthday or Christmas card can mail it him at 100 Ridgeview Dr., Southern Pines, NC 28387


I had a Motions Hearing with the "Honorable" Donald Creed, District Judge, in Carthage, North Carolina on 9 January 2017.  The following letter was written complaining about the "Honorable" Donald Creed.  Anyone who might like to add to my comments, please e-mail me at littlefarm1@Windstream.net Creed was reelected to a 4 year term in November 2016 so I assume that he believes that he can do whatever he wishes for another four years.  My letter follows below.  

JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION
P.O. Box 1122
Raleigh, North Carolina 27602 

Re: District Judge Don Creed
Moore County
9 January 2017  Motions Hearing
16-CVD-1065   Walker vs. Knats Creek Nursery Inc.

Gentlemen:

I had a very unfortunate court experience with Don Creed, D.J. and I don’t ever want anyone to say that no one ever told you.  I do not know if the hearing was transcribed or not.

First of all.  Creed is good looking, charming and smooth.  Unfortunately there is a rattle snake underneath.

I am 73 years of age and have some health problems.  Apparently I have an involuntary eye twitch, wink or whatever you want to call it.  I winked at him and he called me out in a less than charming manner. I knew at that time that I had lost the case.

I thought that we were in a Motions hearing but it was in effect a trial.  During the “trial”, Creed never invited me to testify etc.  I had clearly said that I was willing to swear to everything that was in the Complaint and also that I had not included a sworn statement with the Motion for Summary Judgment as I would be in court and could testify.

The other party presented its case including having a witness on the stand.  When I realized what had taken place, I told Creed that I wanted to testify but he said that the time was over that we were now in arguments. 

Guess who won the case.  The other party won because I was not allowed to present any evidence.  After he had made his decision he refused to explain the rationale for his decision claiming that my pro se status precluded him from responding.

Talk about throwing a case.  The unfortunate fact is that an average person cannot win a case against a corporation.  As they say --- “The more money you have the more justice you receive.”  Somewhere near the end of the hearing Creed complained that I had “winkled” at him again.

Creed does not even try to create the appearance of impartiality and lawyers and judges wonder why they are so scorned by the public.

I was served with a Summons to appear and to bring certain documents.  I explained that I did not have the documents because they were unavailable. Creed said that I had not complied with the Summons and threatened to hold me in contempt.  I told him that I could not be forced to provide documents that I did not have.  He seemed to drop the contempt bit. 

I witnessed another thing.   Creed had told the bailiff to prepare an arrest warrant for some man.  I don’t know his name.  My opposing attorney Art Blue said that he had been involved with this man in some manner and that this man was homicidal or suicidal, Blue’s words, and that the deputies should be extremely careful when arresting this man.    At a later time, this man quietly and unobtrusively came in and sat down at one of the desks in the courtroom.  The man appeared to be about 80 years old and somewhat disconnected.  He was unkempt and an eight year old girl could have beaten him up.   I understand that he was there for a “first appearance”.  Well this man had gotten his days of the week mixed up. Creed gave him a short lecture about keeping his “calendar” straight although Creed was about 20 minutes late for court.   Frankly I don’t think that the man even realized what Creed had said.   Creed could not figure out that this man possibly had mental health issues and that a lecture, regardless of how short was unnecessary.  Creed later, presumably embarrassed signed off on the man’s I.F.P. petition.

Is there justice in this world?  Yes.  Someday Creed will be old and his understanding of old people will increase.

Sincerely yours, 

 
Russell Walker
littlefarm1@windstream.net


a second letter was sent to the Judicial Standards Commission --

JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION
P.O. Box 1122
Raleigh, North Carolina 27602 
Re: District Judge Don Creed
Moore County         9 January 2017  Motions Hearing
16-CVD-1065   Walker vs. Knats Creek Nursery Inc.

Gentlemen:

This is to supplement to my previous letter of 9 January 2017.
Creed refused to let me testify. He allowed my opponent to testify however.   This was a violation of North Carolina Judicial Code Canon III A. (4) -- "A judge shall accord to every person who has a legal interest in a proceeding, or that person's lawyer, full right to be heard according to law" 

Furthermore any "winking” that I did would fall under the First Amendment unless the Constitution was suspended while Creed was presiding.

Sincerely yours, 

 
Russell Walker
littlefarm1@windstream.net

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Here is another letter to the Judicial Standards Commission.    Judges are simply above the law.  They do as they please and are immune from civil action.

STEVEN BIBEY, DISTRICT JUDGE, DISTRICT 19B NORTH CAROLINA

JUDICIAL STANDARDS COMMISSION
P.O. Box 1122
Raleigh, North Carolina 27602 


Re: District Judge Steven Bibey

Moore County        10 April 2017  Motions Hearing

16-CVD-1065   Walker vs. Knats Creek Nursery Inc.

Gentlemen:

At a motions hearing this morning Judge Bibey explained that he would not rule on my Rule 59 Motion because Judge Creed issued the original dismissal of the case and that either the Chief District Judge, whomever he/she is, or Judge Creed would have to rule on my Rule 59 Motion.  I started to ask the question, Who is the Chief District Judge?  Bibey yelled at me in a less than friendly tone to LEAVE, LEAVE  I have had enough of you.  I did not threaten anyone. I never even raised my voice and quietly left.

So much for the Courts being open.  This was not a case involving a minor, divorce etc.    Art. I, § 18 of the NC Constitution (“All courts shall be open . . . .”). See Virmani v. Presbyterian Health Services Corp., 350 NC 449 (1999).

Bibey is supposed to be a Judge and not God.  He was extremely and totally unnecessarily arrogant and rude.

Canon (3) of the Judicial Ethics states as follows:

A judge should be patient, dignified and courteous to litigants, . .

Certainly Bibey needs a lot of instruction in that area.

This is the second time I have gone to court only to have a judge refuse to rule on a motion.  I am not aware of any Civil rule stating that a case is assigned, unlike US District Court,  to a particular judge and that the presiding judge of the day is to rule on all motions before him. If I am wrong please tell me.

On February 13, 2017 Judge Lee Garvin explained that he would not be able to hear a Motion on this case. The difference is that Garvin was very polite and explained the situation.

Bibey inferred that I judge shopped.  I don’t know any of the judges.  I don’t even live in Moore County. When I want to have a Motion heard, I go to the clerk and ask her when the next district Court Motions hearing will be held.  I mark my notice, pay the $20 and get the motion placed on the calendar. I have absolutely no idea who will be judge that day.

Sincerely yours, 

 

Russell Walker

littlefarm1@windstream.net


P.S. Bibey is married to a slant eyed yellow belly GOOK from Korea.  He needs to read Numbers 25 and the story of Phineas.  Phineas slew the race mixing couple in the tent and led the charge to slay 24,000 mixed race couples.  The plague of racial mixing and marriage was stayed.  Before Bibey tells anyone else that he is a Christian man and what the law is,  he should practice it himself and stop being a hypocrite.

The bottom line is that Bibey does not know the law.  There is no rule, State or Local,  stating that the only judge who can hear a Rule 59 motion concerning a dismissed case is the judge who dismissed the original action.  I am not an attorney but I know the law.  The job of judges is to rule and not display their ignorance and make excuses.  “The paramount duty of the trial judge is to supervise and control the course of the trial so as to prevent injustice.” In re Will of Hester, 320 N.C. 738, 741, 360 S.E.2d 801, 804 (1987).


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