Mark Hallburn and SC of the SS storm the gates of the JIC in Charleston WV

Mark Hallburn and Dan Bingman Both Broadcasters from Los Angeles Storm the Gates of the Judicial Investigation Commission for the Purpose of FILING COMPLAINTS against WEST VIRGINIA JUDGES CAUGHT in the ACT of MISCONDUCT !!

By Mark Hallburn – Publisher Putnamlive.com / Editor Edison – CalPatty Press Editor

Court Workers Refuse To Provide Forms –Also Refuse Access To Government Offices !!

After getting numerous complaints from readers and Secret Seven Coalition member and Investigative Reporter for the WV RECORD Lawrence J. Smith about being harassed at the offices of the West Virginia Office of Disciplinary Counsel and West Virginia Judicial Investigative Commission, PutnamLIVE.com paid a visit, and had the SC of the SS Dan Bingman along as a witness, in which the video below adequately captures “LIVE” just days ago!

“Earlier this summer, workers restricted public access to the 12th floor where those offices are located. Visitors are required to push an access button to have forms brought to them!”

“It’s a form of harassment,” says Smith. “Government buildings belong to the people.”

In September, PutnamLIVE.com Publisher Mark Hallburn says he experienced harassment when trying to file a complaint form.

“It’s just another way that the JIC protects bad judges,” says Hallburn. “When they make it a hassle to file a complaint, they know that people won’t bother.”

“It’s just another way for DESPICABLE JUDGES like FACEMIRE that LIE on their responses to DELAY complaints filed against them,” said Dan Bingman.

As for those complaints, Teresa A. Tarr, the agency’s lawyer, refuses to release them-citing a legal case about employee complaints. Judges, however, are not employees.

Hallburn decided to file complaints with both agencies- just DAYS AGO in mid December. Despite having no obligation to do so, he called Tarr to advise her of his pending arrival-about 45 minutes later, “I did this as a professional courtesy,” he says. What happened when he arrived, was, he says, rude treatment by security personnel. “They refused to notarize the JIC form and refused to provide copies of the ODC form. To document the behavior, Hallburn brought a video camera. You can watch the video, yourself.

“It’s a case of government workers refusing to provide simple forms, during business hours, at the government office,” says Hallburn.

Later, Hallburn received an email from Tarr explaining that he will be allowed to go to the 12th floor-but cannot bring his video camera.

“What are they hiding?” asks Hallburn. “If they are behaving themselves, the video will prove that.”

At 13:29 Hallburn informs Rachael Cipoletti that he has Dan Bingman the SC of the Secret Seven Coalition plugged into the electronics by REMOTE as an electronic witness to the bad treatment by the staff at the Judicial Investigation Commission in Charleston, West Virginia.

The unanswered questions are: How would these employees have acted if: 1) Hallburn did not phone ahead as a professional courtesy. 2) Hallburn did not have a video camera.