Dear Friends,
Following up on my piece earlier this week about no financial disclosures for the likes of Andre Bouchard and Leo Stine. I make the point in more detail here, as many of you asked for more on this.

Look at the Insider story below folks and tell me what’s wrong with this picture?! No financial disclosures are required for Delaware judges. Zero. Zilch. None. How is this fair and equitable? How is this even possible?

There are no checks and balances in Delaware Courts and our Court of Equity, the Chancery Court. Ousted former Chancellor Andre Bouchard – during his corrupt reign – made illicit decisions to benefit himself and his Skadden cronies, as I see it, folks. The corruption spread under Leo Strine and Bouchard, and continues in the court in the current CITGO auction, as his fellow Skadden-crony Robert Pincus continues the greed and malfeasance.

Our Supreme Court Justices are required to legally disclose their finances and yet, inexplicably this is not enforced in Delaware courts? Especially in our Court of Equity?! Our legislators in America’s First State should not stand for this a moment longer! 
Should this fraud continue? What do you think? Keep your feedback coming on this crime of justice. Your comments are welcome and appreciated.

Respectfully Yours,
JUDSON Bennett–Coastal Network


Chief Justice John Roberts listed two vacation homes on two different continents in his real estate income disclosures while Elena Kagan listed a parking spot in DC

Seven Supreme Court justices released their financial disclosure reports last week, revealing how they made extra income in 2022.

Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Elena Kagan both earned extra income by renting out properties — though the properties are vastly different.

According to Roberts’ report, shared online by SCOTUSblog, Roberts rented out cottages in Ireland’s Limerick County and Maine’s Knox County.

Kagan, meanwhile, rented out a parking space at a building in Washington, DC, according to her report, also shared by SCOTUSblog.

Justice Sonia Sotomayor earned income on a rental property with a New York apartment, according to her report. NPR reported that Sotomayor bought the apartment and lived in it before she joined the Supreme Court.

The reports don’t reveal how much the justices earned through their rental properties in 2022.

The Supreme Court did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

All of the justices except Justice Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito released their 2022 financial disclosures last week under the Ethics in Government Act. Thomas and Alito had been granted extensions.

Thomas was harshly criticized after a ProPublica report earlier this year revealed that he went on multiple undisclosed vacations with billionaire GOP donor Harlan Crow.

Read the original article on Business Insider