Thompson v. The Florida Bar

Filing 275

Plaintiff's MOTION Judicial Notice by John B. Thompson. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit U.S. Senate Transcript)(Thompson, John)

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Thompson v. The Florida Bar Doc. 275 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA JOHN B. THOMPSON, Plaintiff, v. THE FLORIDA BAR and DAVA J. TUNIS, Defendants. PLAINTIFF'S REQUEST/MOTION THAT THE COURT TAKE JUDICIAL NOTICE COMES NOW plaintiff, John B. Thompson, hereinafter Thompson, as an attorney on his own behalf, and moves this court to take judicial notice of the following: United States Senator Charles Grassley has been the single greatest Congressional advocate for the protection of governmental and societal whistleblowers. His attached recent comments on the floor of the Senate exemplify his stance on all whistleblowers, and plaintiff asks the court to take judicial notice of these comments, which are also found in the Congressional Record. Plaintiff herein has been a societal whistleblower for twenty years, welcomed by The Bar and by the porn-to-kids industry as would be "a skunk at a picnic," to use the Senator's phrase. It is not surprising, then, that Senator Grassley was reported in yesterday's Miami Herald expressing his concern about the federal judiciary's jaundiced view of whistleblowers when it comes to judicial misconduct. If Grassley were an attorney licensed by The Florida Bar, his comments, if made while practicing law, about the GodCase No. 07-21256 (Judge Adalberto Jordan) 1 like attitudes of federal judges would have been deemed "unethical" and punishable by the Guardians of Democracy. This court, in the person of Judge Jordan, has itself gone after the undersigned whistleblower to punish him for sending the court evidence of a crime. This is the very treatment one would expect of a skunk who has shown up at "The Club's" picnic. This court owes plaintiff an apology he will never get. Recusal would be sufficient, as it is long overdue. I HEREBY CERTIFY that this has been served upon record counsel this 27th day of October, 2007, electronically. /s/ JOHN B. THOMPSON, Plaintiff Attorney, Florida Bar #231665 1172 South Dixie Hwy., Suite 111 Coral Gables, Florida 33146 Phone: 305-666-4366 2

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