BoulderCountyCorruption.com joins its sister-sites, Weld County Corruption, and The Hartmann Conspiracy, in focusing on the illegal activities of Boulder County Colorado government actors, such as former Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett, and agencies linked to a years-long criminal conspiracy initiated by Weld County District Court Chief Judge James Hartmann.
Longmont, CO homeowner Craig Buckley, whom had filed a wage claim lawsuit against his former employers, was the 2012 victim of multiple fraudulent rulings by Judge James Hartmann. Buckley was illegally stripped of his Due Process right, and all evidence necessary to prosecute his wage claim, according to Colorado House Rep. Jonathan Singer. Buckley’s case was “dismissed”, after jurisdiction of the Court was challenged, and Judge James Hartmann flatly refused to enter proof of continuing jurisdiction on the record of the Court. Liens were filed, and wages were garnished: illegally.
Legal analysts have determined that Judge James Hartmann violated Buckley’s rights under the Colorado Wage Act (C.R.S. 8-4-110(2), by “erroneously” misapplying Colorado Workers Compensation law to the ruling, rather than Colorado Labor Law. Citing Workers Compensation law, the employers’ attorney, Broomfield, CO based Daniel T. Goodwin, had fraudulently sworn before the Court, mere hours before Buckley had been commanded (in violation of Discovery Rules) to Appear and Produce by Subpoena Duces Tecum, that the Court did not have jurisdiction over Buckley’s wage claim, because the matter was before the Colorado Division of Labor. Judge James Hartmann was also criminally complicit in falsification of an Affidavit by Daniel T. Goodwin, which caused the defendants to collect fees for their response to a Motion, for which no fees were awarded.
Judge James Hartmann’s proven acts of First Degree Perjury, Evidence Tampering, Obstruction, Official Misconduct, and Treason in the years to follow would prove his acts to have been far removed from, “erroneous”.
Evidence obtained from (Fmr.) Colorado Dept. of Labor & Employment Director Ellen Golombek would prove that the employers, and their criminally complicit attorney were also simultaneously swearing to the Colorado Division of Labor that they did not have jurisdiction over the wage claim, because it was before the Court: constituting Class 4 felony Attempt to Influence a Public Servant, and Fraud Upon the Court.
Boulder County Authorities entered into the conspiracy, when in July 2013 Buckley’s home was illegally raided by the Weld County District Court, because Buckley had refused to give the deed to his house to the former employers. Buckley was arrested on a civil contempt of Court warrant at that time. Ten days later, through an arrest warrant signed by (Fmr.) Boulder DA Stan Garnett, Buckley’s home was again illegally raided and he was incarcerated (and later convicted in a “sham” trial) for ‘Retaliation Against a Judge’, for alleged “credible threat” statements he was purported to have made against Hartmann during the first illegal arrest.
Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett had been in possession of the irrefutable evidence of Class 4 Felony Attempt to Influence a Public Servant, and Fraud Upon the Court, and had been aware of Judge James Hartmann’s criminal complicity two years before raiding Buckley’s home.
In a 2014 interview, David Wymore, attorney for wrongfully convicted Tim Masters, stated that he believed Stan Garnett was prosecuting this “bullshit” case for his “butt-buddy” (Fmr. Weld County DA) Congressman Ken Buck.
BoulderCountyCorruption.com seeks to disseminate the truth, as it actually exists on the record of the Court. Numerous falsified articles have been published by disreputable news sources, specifically, the Longmont Times-Call, and the Boulder Daily Camera. “How this website will evolve depends entirely on the Boulder County District Attorney’s Office, ” stated Craig Buckley. “Stan Garnett is gone, and I have neither the right, nor a given reason to consider his replacement, interim Boulder County District Attorney Michael Dougherty, will be as staggeringly corrupt as Stan Garnett.”
“We’re going to have to see if Dougherty complies with the law, and report the news accordingly,” Buckley concluded.