The Above Photo Are The 9 Supreme Court Justices to whom my CASE #13-9007 went before 7/21/2014 .
My Case as the petitioner #13-9007 was Distributed For Conference in the Supreme Court Of The United States 4/23/2014 and was denied 7/21/2014.
I personally telephoned the Supreme Court to ask that there were many, many cases schedules for Conference that day and did the Justices take time to review my CASE #13-9007.
I have a question “Did the Justices take there time to actually review?” After reading PBS.Org, I believe there is a conflict of interest with the Justice(s) and the Respondent as far as having stock in the Respondent’s corporation, then I believe the Justice should have recuse themselves from my case #13-9007.
In my opinion unfairness towards my case #13-9007 during the 7/21/2014 Justices Supreme Court Of The United States Conference.
https://www.supremecourt.gov/search.aspx?filename=%2Fdocketfiles%2F13-9007.htm A Justice(s) of the Supreme Court of the United States must recuse themselves from a case when the Justice(s) has financial interest a party. In my opinion when my case went before the Supreme Court their was a financial interest with the party I was suing. I also believe there was more than one justice and that is why my case was never heard.
Government of the people, by the people, for the people……- Abraham Lincoln
The Supreme Court Of The United States should not just be for the Rich Corporations. Such a Great INJUSTICE.
The 9 Supreme Court Of The United States in the years 2013 , 2014 and 2015
The Supreme Court’s 2012-2013 term made history by striking down key elements of the Voting Rights Act and the Defense of Marriage Act, both in 5 to 4 decisions. The percentage of 5-to-4 split cases this session was the court’s highest since 2008, with Justice Anthony M. Kennedy most frequently voting with the majority. In the three major cases that ended the court’s term — affirmative action in higher education, the Voting Rights Act and the Defense of Marriage Act —Kennedy was the only justice in the majority each time.
- 10 decisions aligned with the conservative block
- 6 decisions aligned with the
- 3 decisions consisted of Roberts, Thomas, Alito, Kennedy and Breyer
- 1 consisted of Roberts, Scalia, Breyer, Ginsburg and Kagan
- 1 consisted of Scalia, Kennedy, Ginsburg, Sotomayor and Kagan
- 1 consisted of Scalia, Thomas, Ginsburg, Sotomayor and Kagan
- 1 consisted of Thomas, Breyer, Ginsburg, Sotomayor and Kagan