State Police told to break the law Tuesday, Sep 9 2014 

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Only I decide what’s constitutional!

All laws in Louisiana are presumed to be constitutional until they are challenged in the courts. Obviously, the attorneys who advise the La. State Police Retirement System don’t know that.

In a 7-page opinion, the lawyers told the board that if they believe a law to be unconstitutional to simply ignore it.  In other words, the La. State Police can pick and choose what laws they want to obey.

I can’t wait to see the reaction on the Trooper’s face when he stops me for speeding.  I’ll tell him I believe the speed limit is an unconstitutional infringement on my Civil Rights and based on the above referenced opinion to his colleagues, I’m ignoring it.

Only the Supreme Court can ultimately declare unconstitutional. That can only be done if a lawsuit is filed to declare a law unconstitutional. We learn that our first semester in law school.

Ignoring a law by a public employee or official is Criminal Malfeasance. Thus, ignoring the law as recommended by the Florida attorneys would have put the board in violation of the malfeasance law.

Thanks to State Senator Dan Claitor filing such a lawsuit, the Troopers are no longer in danger of being charged with Malfeasance.

The LSPRS board should file a lawsuit against their lawyers to get our money back that they spent on the opinion.


“King of Subversive Bloggers” – James Gill

Caught red-handed Monday, Sep 8 2014 


Dork Dynasty’s top detective

Recently, there was story in Baton Rouge daily about a report to the LSPRS declaring the Edmonson Amendment to SB 294 unconstitutional.   In response [State Police Superintendent Mike] “Edmonson decried those who keep the pension story in news, saying they are politicizing for their own benefit.”

You can’t get anything past Edmonson and his “Dork Dynasty” sleuths.

I confess!

I had planned not to announce what I will not be running for this fall.   However, in order to de-politicize the Edmonson rip-off of the taxpayers, I hereby state, for the record, that I will not be running for anything in the fall elections.

Now that politics is removed from the issue, I can return to uncovering the misdeeds of “Dork Dynasty.”


“King of Subversive Bloggers” – James Gill

Claitor files lawsuit on Edmonson Amendment Friday, Sep 5 2014 


For 6th Congressional District

It became obvious at Thursday’s meeting that a majority of the LSPRS Board (Dork Dynasty’s Troopers) weren’t going to vote to litigate the Edmonson Amendment (SB 294).  State Senator Dan Claitor stepped up and filed a lawsuit himself to declare SB 294 unconstitutional.

State Treasurer John Kennedy made a strong appeal for litigation and even offered to file a lawsuit himself as a private citizens.  However, Mike Edmonson refused to allow his Troopers to support litigation.

Meanwhile, after testifying before the board earlier, Claitor left and filed the suit himself.

The taxpayers of Louisiana owe Claitor a debt of gratitude for saving us from a potential liability of $3.8 Billion.

Those taxpayers who live in the 6th Congressional District can return the favor by supporting and voting for Claitor to represent them in Congress.

Thank you, Senator Claitor!


“King of Subversive Bloggers” – James Gill

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