Monday, April 04, 2011

Has The Government Declared You A Vexatious Litigant ? If You're A Whistle Blower You May Well Have Been...

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  • Citizens Committee For Constitutional Protection


    "Whistleblower retaliation is illegal in theory, but unfortunately it's a fact of life. As a reward for doing the right thing, you may get shot - like Frank Serpico. You may get arrested on false charges and have your home raided with a Blackhawk helicopter and a Special Response Team - like Julia Davis.

    You may get fired and blacklisted - like James Bobreski. Your attorneys may get investigated, audited and otherwise harassed until they abandon your case, leaving you alone in a fight for your rights. You may get fired and gagged from any discussion of your case - like Sibel Edmonds.

    You may be stripped of your assets - including books exposing government corruption and wrongdoing - and then be declared a "vexatious litigant" to prevent you from asserting your rights in federal courts, like Rodney Stich. You may die in a mysterious car accident on the way to provide documentation to a reporter, like Karen Silkwood."

    Whistleblower retaliation may take on different shapes and forms, including:

    • denial of rights and benefits

  • isolation by peers

  • • demotion, loss of promotion

    • libel, slander and defamation of character

    • cut in pay

    • public scrutiny

    • privacy violations

    • blown cover (for under-cover agents or informants)

    • job termination

    • harassment, stress

    • death threats

    • baseless investigations

    • malicious prosecutions

    • attempts on the whistleblower's life (in the most serious cases; e.g., Frank Serpico)

    Also See:

  • Citizens Committee For Constitutional

  • Definition Of Vexatious Litigation

    "A legal action or proceeding initiated maliciously and without Probable Cause by an individual who is not acting in Good Faith for the purpose of annoying or embarrassing an opponent. The U.S. legal system permits persons to file civil lawsuits to seek redress for injuries committed by a defendant.

    However, a legal action that is not likely to lead to any practical result is classified as vexatious litigation. Such litigation is regarded as frivolous and will result in the dismissal of the action by the court. A person who has been subjected to vexatious litigation may sue the plaintiff for Malicious Prosecution, seeking damages for any costs and injuries associated with the original lawsuit. Litigation is typically classified as vexatious when an attorney or a pro se litigant (a person representing himself without an attorney) repeatedly files groundless lawsuits and repeatedly loses.

    Under the Common Law, the frequent incitement of lawsuits by an attorney constituted the crime of Barratry. In modern law, however, barratry is viewed as an archaic crime and is rarely enforced. Attorneys who encourage vexatious litigation are subject to discipline for violating rules of professional conduct and may be suspended from the Practice of Law or disbarred. Sometimes pro se litigants who have lost their initial lawsuits file new actions based on the dispute contained in the original suit. Because the judgment of the original case is dispositive, a court will ultimately dismiss these new actions.

    To avoid the expenditure of court resources, as well as the costs associated with the defendant's defense of repeated frivolous claims, a court may issue an order forbidding the pro se litigant to file any new actions without permission of the court. Vexatious litigation is a type of malicious prosecution that enables the defendant to file a tort action against the plaintiff. A plaintiff in a malicious prosecution must prove that a legal proceeding (or multiple proceedings) was instituted by the defendant, that the original proceeding was terminated in favor of the plaintiff, that there was no probable cause for the original proceeding, and that malice, or a primary purpose other than that of bringing the original action, motivated the defendant.

    A plaintiff in such an action may recover, for example, the expenses incurred in defending the original suit or suits, as well as resulting financial loss or injury. A plaintiff may also recover damages for mental suffering of a kind that would normally be expected to follow from the original action."

    Source: The Free Website
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