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Chief Judge Carol J. Kenner
Chief Judge Carol J. Kenner of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court has committed countless acts of misconduct, causing Mourad to loose his 276 unit affordable housing property. Her first act of misconduct was not allowing Mourad to argue his claim that he was forced into Chapter 11 bankruptcy based on the foreclosure of a fraudulent and forged note by Mario Nicosia. She ignored the fact that a forensic handwriting expert verified under the pains and penalties of perjury that the note was indeed forged, and that it was not Mourad's signature.
The governmental entities (The Boston Redevelopment Authority, The Department of Revenue and The City of Boston) collectively filed a motion asking for receivership and it was unjustly allowed by Judge Kenner, even after Judge Katherine White had previously denied the governmental entities motion for receivership. See Judge White's button after clicking on Judge Kenner's button.
Worst of all, Judge Kenner knew that Mourad's attorney(s), Hanify & King simultaneously represented Trustee Stephen S. Gray, who she appointed as Trustee on April 2, 1996 to oversee V&M Management, Inc., in two other bankruptcy matters. Mourad did not even discover this huge conflict of interest till much later. Mourad then proceeded to file a complaint regarding this conflict of interest, and it was denied based on her opinion that Mourad no longer had any standing or equity. Click on the Hanify & King Law Suit button after clicking on the Judge Kenner's button for more information.
Judge Kenner also committed perjury before the Circuit Council for the First Circuit (of which Judge Lynch and Torruella sat on) by stating she had no knowledge of any conflict of interest between Trustee Gray and Hanify & King. How could she have no knowledge when in fact Trustee Gray and Hanify & King both filed Verified Statement under oath stating that neither of them had any relationship whatsoever with each other, while Hanify & King was in fact representing Stephen Gray in the case of Patriot Paper Corp. Debtor, No. 93-12482-cjk before Judge Kenner at the very same time Hanify & King was representing Mourad and V&M before Judge Kenner. Please see Judge Kenner's impeachment button after clicking on the Judge Kenner's button for more information.
Finally, Judge Kenner unconstitutionally barred Mourad for life from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court with any merit or a hearing. Mourad entered the Bankruptcy Court to examine the docket sheet at the Clerks Office. Judge Kenner then proceeded to have Mourad arrested by the U.S. Marshall. Please see the button entitled Mourad Arrest after clicking on the Judge Kenner's button for more information.
Judge Joel B. Rosenthal
HOW WILL THIS AMERICAN DREAM END?
TO: Local and National Media
RE: 10 Year Fight of the Gentrification of the City of
Boston, Boston Redevelopment Authority(BRA),
The State of Massachusetts and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
WHEN: Friday, November 19, 2004, 10:30 a.m. EST
Harold Donahue Federal Building
595 Main Street, Court Room 3
Judge Joel B. Rosenthal Presiding
Alternatively, all parties are also invited to telephonically attend and hear the ruling by dialing 1-800-682-5640 and say "Judge Rosenthal is the host."
My name is Alphonse Mourad and I am a long time Boston resident and the former owner of the Mandela Apartments, a 276 unit development that is funded through the Federal Section 8 Housing Program.
The development, located in lower Roxbury, Massachusetts was illegally taken
from me during a long contentious bankruptcy proceeding that began in 1996.
In 1966, I was stripped of my housing development, now valued at approximately $20 million. All of the parties involved in this contentious takeover are actively assisting in the gentrification of this large Boston minority community. My property, the Mandela Development, which sits on 6½ acres of land, serves as the gateway that joins lower Roxbury and the downtown Boston community.
This case has been one of the most high profile, contentious and politically influenced bankruptcy cases in the history of the Bankruptcy court in Massachusetts and possibly nationally, consisting of approximately 200 pages of docket sheets. There has been irreversible damage that has taken place as a result of the devious collaboration and cover-up between Federal Bankruptcy Judge, Carol Kenner, and U.S. Bankruptcy Trustee Stephen Gray.
Chief Judge Torruella
Pictured above is Chief Judge Torruella. Click on his button to the left for more detailed information.
Firstly, he is responsible for covering up and dismissing the complaint filed by Mourad against Chief Judge Carol J. Kenner. Click the Torruella-Kenner button on the Torruella main page for detailed information.
Secondly, Judge Torruella also sat on the U.S. Court of Appeals For The First Circuit in the malpractice lawsuit of Mourad v. Hanify & King. The case was dismissed on the basis that Mourad has no standing.
Thirdly, requested an extension to file a motion pro se because his attorney had withdrawn from the case. The panel rejected Mourad's extension.
Finally, Judge Torruella also sat on the panel for the U.S. Court of Appeals For the First Circuit in the case of Mourad v. the IRS. Misrepresentations and fraudulent statements were made by the IRS attorney, and Judge Torruella denied Mourad's Motion for Reconsideration. Judge Torruella, should have acknowledged the misrepresentations and fraudulent statement s made by the IRS attorney, and at least investigated them. Click on IRS Scandal button the Home page and then the sub-button called Motion Exposing Fraud to read Mourad's Motion for Reconsideration.
Mourad asks, is it proper or fair that one Chief Judge should reside on three of Mourad's different cases? Clearly, Judge Torruella was biased against Mourad and covered up the corruption collectively committed by Judge Kenner, Hanify and King and the IRS.
Judge Sandra L. Lynch
Judge Sandra L. Lynch was one of eight judges who sat on the panel of Circuit Council for the First Circuit. This panel of Judges dismissed Mourad's complaint against Judge Torruella for misconduct.
Judge Lynch also sat on a panel with Chief Judge Torruella in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, which heard the case of Mourad v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, Docket No. 03-2367. Judge Lynch was under the impression that Beacon Residential Properties applied for the tax credit in 1998, which is incorrect. Judge Lynch failed to 'look at the record' after she had stated at the September 16, 2004 Oral Argument that she in fact would examine the record to determine whether Trustee Gray was the one who applied for the tax credit in 1997. The fact of the matter is, Trustee Gray, on behalf of V&M Management, Inc., applied for the $12 million tax credit in 1997, and Judge Lynch ignored this fact, thus making Mourad liable for taxes owed to the IRS which he should not have been liable for. Also, Mourad should have been awarded the $12 million tax credit because he was the sole stock holder of V&M Management, Inc. in 1997. Please click on Judge Lynch's button to the left and then click on the 'Judge Lynch Oral Argument"' button to read the Oral Argument.
Senior Judge Frank M. Coffin
Senior Judge Frank M. Coffin also sat on the same panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals For the First Circuit with Judges Torruella and Lynch, which heard the case of Mourad v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, Docket No. 03-2367. Judge Coffin, as the residing Senior Judge on the Panel, had a responsibility, and failed to make sure that Judge Lynch examined the record after she had stated at the September 16, 2004 Oral Argument that she in fact would examine the record to determine whether Trustee Gray was the one who applied for the tax credit in 1997. Judge Coffin also failed to examine the record which had clear misrepresentations made by the IRS attorney, and continued to overlook those misrepresentations brought to the panel's attention by Mourad's July 13, 2005 Motion entitled:
INDIGENT, HOMELESS AND LEVIED BY THE IRS FOR $539,754 IN TAXES OWED FOR $2,088,554 IN CAPITAL GAINS MOURAD NEVER RECEIVED FOR THE YEAR 1997, AND $536,000 MOURAD NEVER RECEIVED FOR THE YEAR 1999, ALPHONSE MOURAD'S PETITION/MOTION TO REOPEN AND RECONSIDER THE PANEL'S OCTOBER 20, 2004 DECISION BASED UPON MISREPRESENTATIONS AND FRAUDULENT STATEMENTS MADE BY THE I.R.S. ATTORNEY AT THE SEPTEMBER 16, 2004 ARGUMENT, THE COURT'S OWN FAILURE TO 'LOOK AT THE RECORD, AND THE COURT'S MISSTATEMENT OF THE FACTS AND MISAPPLICATION OF THE LAW ON WHO OWNED THE PROPERTY FOR PURPOSES OF OBTAINING THE LOW INCOME TAX CREDIT
Judge Reginald C. Lindsay, who presided on Mourad's criminal case.
A Press Release to All Local/National Media
Criminal Action No: 99-10200-RCL
FEDERAL JUDGE VIOLATES CITIZEN'S 1st
Former Chief Federal Bankruptcy Judge Carol J. Kenner barred Mourad from the 11th floor of the Tip O' Neil Federal Building - ie. The U.S. Bankruptcy Court - for life without reason and without a hearing. Mourad who entered the Bankruptcy Clerk's Office months later was arrested by the U.S. Federal Marshal. Mourad now faces the possibility of both prison time and extensive probation. A businessman with no former criminal record, has been frivolously barred from a United States Federal Building with no explanation and no hearing. Mourad has been arrested and convicted for attempting to peacefully review the docket sheet of one of his cases.
Judge Kenner who cost Mourad his real estate development - worth in excess of $20 million dollars - has a strong bias to Middle Eastern Developers. She personally insisted that Mourad be arrested on May 12th, 1999 even though Mourad never posed any harm or disruption to the Court.
Mourad was arrested on May 12th, 1999 for entering the Bankruptcy Clerk's office in The Tip O'Neil Federal Building. Mourad who was representing himself pro-se in the bankruptcy proceeding before Judge Kenner, entered the building to check the Court docket as requested by Massachusetts State Court Judge Codmire on May 11, 2000 who was presiding on a separate but related matter. Judge Codmire was presiding over a $20 million dollar lawsuit filed by Alphonse Mourad against Appointed Bankruptcy Trustee - Stephen Grey. Upon entering the Tip O'Neil Building, Mourad was unaware that the Ban to enter the Bankruptcy Floor was still in effect.
Mourad who was found guilty by Judge Lindsey for violating the ban, is protesting this decision on the basis that is compromises his 1st Amendment Rights as a Citizen of the United States. After the Mourad is sentenced, he will appeal the case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
For further information, refer to Federal Defender, J. Martin Richey's--MOTION FOR JUDGEMENT OF ACQUITTAL PURSUANT TO FED.R.CRIM.P. 29, and to Alphonse Mourad's--MOTION FOR RECUSAL OF JUDGE CAROL KENNER IN THE BANKRUPTCY COURT.
Maria Lopez has a history of judicial misconduct.
Date: March 17, 2003
Contact: Alphonse Mourad:
In 1995, Judge Lopez illegally lifted an injunction that had been issued by Judge Catherine White allowing the foreclosure of the Mandela Apartments. Not only did Judge Lopez lack legal jurisdiction to rule over the case, she also went as far as overturning Judge Catherine White's previous order. Lopez did not have jurisdiction at the time that she issued her order since she had acted after the case had been removed to the federal court. The foreclosure resulted in the Bankruptcy of V&M Management, Inc. in January of 1996.
Mario Nicosia, a private developer in the South End, held and foreclosed on a $50,000 second mortgage note. He claimed before Lopez that the note was worth in excess of $350,000 with interest and penalties. V&M Management, the borrower and owner of the Mandela Development had paid on the note regularly and it was determined by Attorney Michael Altman of Rubin & Rudmin that the balance of the note was a mere $13,500. Lopez would not allow V&M Management to pay the note in full to avoid foreclosure. A check for $13,500 was presented to Lopez in court - she refused to stop the foreclosure. She would not entertain any payoff figure to satisfy the note and avoid foreclosure.
Both Mario Nicosia and Maria Lopez' husband were prominent developers in the South End. Maria Lopez delivered the foreclosure of the Mandela Development as a political victory to the governmental entities to help developers seize the valuable 5.5 acres of land in Lower Roxbury. The 'then' owner, Alphonse Mourad of V&M Management intended on selling the development back to the residents in the form of a coop. The wealthy white South End developers wanted the (276 units) 1500 minority Mandela residents ousted so that they could gentrify and develop the land. Now the road was paved. Lopez had broken the law to line the pockets of local developers.
Justice has not served. Judge Maria Lopez is a corrupt servant of the judicial system and should be removed from the bench.
July 16, 1998
Commission On Judicial Conduct Complaint
Name of Judge: The Honorable Charles T. Spurlock
Court: Suffolk County Superior Court
Case Name: V&M Management, Inc., and Alphonse
Mourad vs. Judith Moriarty and Mario Nicosia.
Docket number: 96-0036D
Attorneys involved: John J. Rosenberg, Esq. and Michael L. Altman, Esq.
Date(s) of misconduct: January 5, 1996
Has an appeal been filed: No
A summary of the general nature of your complaint: Judge Spurlock barely aloud
V&M's Council, Michael Altman, to speak, and erroneously denied the injunction,
despite the fact Nicosia and his attorney's presented a fraudulent and forged note, upon
which the hearing was being held. Refer to the "Summary Statement of Alphonse
Mourad," for more detailed information.
Specific facts [brief essay]:
Please describe exactly what the judge did that was misconduct and on what date(s)...
Prior to a hearing scheduled for January 5, 1996,
Robert J. Rosenberg, representing L&N, and in open violation of Rule 9A, wrote to Judge Charles T. Spurlock, who was presiding over the case, wherein he made unsubstantiated and inflammatory
remarks about Mourad. Judge Spurlock refereed to these comments in his opening remarks before denying the request to restrain L&N. For more detailed information about Judge Spurlock's corrupt actions, refer to "Exhibits 8-10" in the motion filed in the Bankruptcy Court on June 30,1998. The motion is entitled, "Motion to Compel The Court to Order The Resignation ofAsst. U.S. Trustee Attorney, Eric Bradford, and Strike Bradford's Opposition to Mourad's Motion for Recusal."
Also, refer to the letter written by Attomey-At-Law Victor Aronow, to The Honorable Charles A. Barrett on February 2,1994. Judge Spurlock recused himself on the Commonwealth v. V&M Management, No. 90-5433-D. I was told that his wife works for the Attorney General and that is the reason for him to recuse himself as a Conflict of Interest. Judge Spurlock delivered a political victory to the Attorney General's Office, the BRA and the City of Boston to force Mourad into Bankruptcy.
Date: July 16, 1998