Gaston, NC (PRWEB) December 11, 2012
Retired Civil Rights Attorney, Hugh Johnston, filed action in the General Court in Lincoln County, North Carolina on behalf of the citizens of North Carolina. In his complaint, Civil Case # 12CVS669, he alleges that Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson, P.A. (RB&H) and Judge Richard D. Boner have violated their Oath of Office, and are responsible for the financial collapse of America’s economy. According to the complaint, Johnston alleges that RB&H, the high profile legal defense firm and attorney, conspired with the Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches of government, and enacted NCGS 1A-1 Rules of Civil Procedure, giving judges the power to dismiss civil cases with prejudice. This motion was found by the court to be considered frivolous in nature, thus summoning Hugh W. Johnston to appear for contempt of court charges. The hearing is to be held Monday, December 10 2012, pending the subpoenas filed by Johnston for a call to witness for his case which could postpone the hearing.
According to Johnston, a practicing attorney for 50 years in North Carolina, the Rules of Civil Procedure law for the past 41 years has been used by the Courts to do what is expressly forbidden by Article 1, section 25 of the Constitution of North Carolina which states: “In all controversies at law respecting property, the ancient mode of trial by jury is one of the best securities of the rights of the people, and shall remain sacred and inviolable.”
Commenting on the North Carolina law, Johnston says, “since 1970, hundreds of civil cases have been illegally dismissed under Rule of procedure 12(b)(6) in the Superior Courts and their dismissals have been approved in the NC Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court in published and unpublished per curiam decisions.”
The Plaintiffs in Neil Allran, Terry Spoerle and Leslie Dale, et. al. vs Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson, P.A., Martin L. Bracket, Jr. and Richard D. Boner were informed and allege RB&H and the attorneys employed by them manufactured illegal debts. It is alleged that RB&H filed, at different times, duplicate briefs in the Court of Appeals charging substantial fees for their Court Appearance. Judge Richard D. Boner, presiding judge over the case, ordered the Plaintiffs and counsel to jointly pay the attorney fees in the sum of $15,000.00 under Rules of Procedure 11.
“The primary purposes of this case were to recover damages sustained by some of the plaintiffs by reason of the alleged unlawful acts of the defendants and to regain the sacred and inviolable right to a jury trial that is essential for the people to restrict its government to the power granted to it in the peoples Constitution,” says Johnston. “The only way America can survive as a free nation is for 38 of the 50 states to join together and amend the Constitution of the United States so that all people in America are born with equal unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That in the future the people must be properly educated and informed by a free press of the activities of its government in order for the people to restrict its government from exceeding the power granted to it.”
About Hugh Johnston:
Hugh Johnson Born August 19, 1928, in Rock Hill, South Carolina is a Duke Law School Graduate, retired civil trial attorney, and successful business entrepreneur. After being identified as opposed to illegal governments, courts and illegal banking systems he has spent most of his retirement using his experiences and abilities to help the working man and undo the international banker’s illegal and wrongful acts.