Justina Pelletier’s Guardian Hacktivist: “My Notes On the FBI’s Lies Are Contraband”

Martin Gottesfeld was featured by Michelle Malkin for defending Justina Pelletier  when she was maimed at Harvard-affiliated Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH), leading to his imprisonment without bail by a Harvard-affiliated judge and Obama-appointed prosecutors. See FreeMartyG.com, the FreeMartyG Facebook page, and the @FreeMartyG Twitter account for more info.


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Federal Magistrate Judge Marianne Bowler didn’t recuse herself from my case despite clear financial and other conflicts of interest.  But she did help Obama’s prosecutors keep things quiet.


Fighting the corrupt and still-strong remnants of Obama's F.B.I. and Justice Department is hard enough without having to bring the battle to them from behind the walls of perhaps the most corrupt, F.B.I.-protected jail in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  But imagine being barred from keeping paper copies of the various lies the Bureau’s agents swore to under oath or even your own notes on them because of an order issued by a biased, conflicted judge with much to hide.  Imagine, too, that your own lawyers actually agreed to it on your behalf without checking with you first.  Then take a look below, especially at Item 5 on Page 2, which forbids me from holding on to my own notes regarding the discovery materials in my case showing serious federal government misconduct:


Also, I recently wrote about another one of the federal government’s dirtiest tricks, the so-called “good faith exception” to the Fourth Amendment's warrant requirement.  The documents that I and other journalists needed in order to show the public that Boston F.B.I. Special Agent Michael W. Tunick lied under oath to Magistrate Judge Jennifer Boal are supposedly covered by the above “protective order.”

That order was put in place by Magistrate Marianne Bowler, for whom my prosecutors went “judge shopping” after duping Boal.  Bowler failed to recuse herself despite her former position at Harvard Medical School, which oversees alleged “victim” Boston Children’s Hospital.  Bowler is also married to a tenured professor of that same school, and sat on the board of The Boston Foundation, which gave money and runs fundraisers for another alleged victim named throughout case documents, the Wayside Youth and Family Support Network.

What every alleged “victim” shares in common, of course, besides Bowler, is that they all tortured Justina Pelletier.

But Bowler is not entirely to blame for that protective order.  The prosecution requested it and my first attorneys agreed to it without ever consulting me.  It seems clear that was not in my best interest.  It is clearer still that I would never have agreed to it.

For the record, I thus want to note that I have not signed to abide by this gag order and to further assure other journalists, who are not parties to my case, that they are not bound by it either.  See the unsigned signature block on the last page of the agreement, above.

Now, anyone know any honest, competent attorneys looking to take on an interesting federal hacking case?