NEWS FLASH (September 19, 2019): Chesterfield, Michigan: Grieving dad Jonathan Vanderhagen, 35, was acquitted Thursday of charges in connection with perceived online threats against a Macomb County Circuit Court Judge Rachel Rancilio following a trial before 41-B District Judge Sebastian Lucido in connection with social media posts that Macomb County Circuit Court Judge Rachel Rancilio found threatening.
Vanderhagen’s lawyer said client was merely lashing out at the court system regarding a custody case involving his young son, who died two years ago in the custody of the boy’s mother.
Vanderhagen had sought sole custody of his 2-year-old son, Killian. … The case has received national attention and sparked debate about free speech and fathers’ rights.
THE THREAT? (September 18, 2019) – “Dada back to digging & you best believe I’m gonna dig up all the skeletons in this court’s closet.” There is a photo of the man, Jonathan Vanderhagen, holding a shovel with the initials RR on the handle, with Families Of Corruption on his shirt, and the words: “The misuse of public power (by elected politician or appointed civil servant) for private gain.” The Macomb County logo appears in the background.
BACK TO CORRUPT KENSETT, ARKANSAS’ KANGAROO COURT:
Judge Derrick is facing a class action lawsuit by six Plaintiffs jn Nakita Mahoney et al. v. Judge Derrick, White County Circuit Court, Case No. 73CV-18-874, filed Novdember 14, 2018. The first paragraph in the complaint states: “This action seeks declaratory relief for thousands of people in White County, Arkansas, who have been and will be deprived of state and federal rights by the policies and practices of District Court Judge Mark Derrick. Those policies and practices have created an illegal, modern-day debtors’ prison in White County.
Judge Derrick has an addictive habit of convicting innocent innocent people. He and Judge Milas Hale (sepecial judge from Sherwood District brought in because I forced Judge Derrick to recuse himself in my first case about 2 yeays ago because he made prejudicial remarks about me in open court. Judged Milas Hale immediately convicted me of a misedemeanor despite the fact I filed exculpatory motions proving my innonence. Judge Milas Hale faced a debtors’ prison lawsuit in 2016-17. Two judges sued for running a debtors’ prison scheme? That cannot be a coincidene. It has to be a conspiracy. I was subsequently falsely convicted in another misdemeanor case when I was running for Mayor of Kensett. It was Kensett District Court Clerk and Mayor’s Assistant Christina Alberson who committed the crime of Entrapment (Arkansas Code § 5-2-209(a) Entrapment) that lead to my next False Conviction.
I am at imminent risk of facing another false conviction from a false Affidavit for an Arrest Warrant filed by former White County deputy sheriff, Bruce Menser, a cousin to my mother’s in-law in an ongoing family feud. September 24, 2019 is my Plea Date. I am fighting this corrupt Judge Mark Derrick and Prosecutor Don Raney with the vengeance of innocence in accordance with proper legal prcedeure and proper legal arguments.
Since a judge cannot convict anyone without a prosecutor I am going after both Judge Mark Derrick and Prosecutor Don Raney on conspiracy charges for disbarment. To that end I filed 12 Amicus Curiae Briefs, 1 Mandatory Judicial Notice of Adjudicative Facts, 2 Letters to President Trump, and a Rule 2.15 Notification Under the Judicial Code of Conduct.
Citing Heather A. Butler, Why Do Smart People Do Foolish Things? Intelligence is not the same as critical thinking—and the difference matters., Scientific American | Behavior & Society, October 3, 2017.
University of Waterloo psychologist Igor Grossmann and his colleagues argue that most intelligence tests fail to capture real-world decision-making and our ability to interact well with others. This is, in other words, perhaps why “smart” people do “dumb” things.
The ability to think critically, on the other hand, has been associated with wellness and longevity. Though often confused with intelligence, critical thinking is not intelligence. Critical thinking is a collection of cognitive skills that allow us to think rationally in a goal-orientated fashion and a disposition to use those skills when appropriate. Critical thinkers are amiable skeptics. They are flexible thinkers who require evidence to support their beliefs and recognize fallacious attempts to persuade them. Critical thinking means overcoming all kinds of cognitive biases (for instance, hindsight bias or confirmation bias).
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Is it better to be a critical thinker or to be intelligent? My latest research pitted critical thinking and intelligence against each other to see which was associated with fewer negative life events. People who were strong on either intelligence or critical thinking experienced fewer negative events, but critical thinkers did better.
Intelligence and improving intelligence are hot topics that receive a lot of attention. It is time for critical thinking to receive a little more of that attention. Keith E. Stanovich wrote an entire book in 2009 about What Intelligence Tests Miss. Reasoning and rationality more closely resemble what we mean when we say a person is smart rather than spatial skills and math ability. Furthermore, improving intelligence is difficult. Intelligence is largely determined by genetics. Critical thinking, though, can improve with training, and the benefits have been shown to persist over time. Anyone can improve their critical thinking skills. Doing so, we can say with certainty, is a smart thing to do.
YOU CAN READ EACH AND EVERY DOCUMENT I FILED IN THE NAKITA MAHONEY CASE BELOW OR READ ALL THE DOCUMENTS FROM THE DOCKET ONLINE HERE.
(01) February 26, 2019: Amicus Brief – Mandatory Judicial Notice of Adjudicative Facts: Arkansas Rules of Evidence Rule 201(b) Kinds of Facts & (d) When Mandatory.
(02) March 4, 2019: Mandatory Judicial Notice of Adjudicative Facts: Courtesy Copy Apparent Noncompliancde of Order 21 With 9 Questions to the Arkansas Supreme Court.
(03) May 20, 2019: Amicus Brief – Objectying to Defendant Judge Mark Derrick’s Motion & Brief For Judge on the Pleadings.
(04) July 30, 2019: Amicus Brief – Rule 406 Habit – Routine Practice of Corrupt Judge Derrick and Prosecutor Don Raney in Conspiracies for False Convictions of the Factually Innocent Poor People in White County, Arkansas. This Amicus Brief Presents Excerpts From My Previous False Misdemeanor Convictions, Case Law, and Law Rview Aticles on False Convictions and on Absolugte Immunity Bdeding a Doctrinde is Violating the Checks ann Balance System of Our Republican Form of Government.
(05) August 1, 2019: Amicus Brief – The Treasonous Lynching of America.
(06) August 12, 2019: Amicus Brief – Latin Legal Maxims About Bad Judges.
(07) August 15, 2019: Amicus Brief – Courtesy Copy of my Amicus Curiae Brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in Favor of the U.S. Constitution.
(08) August 26, 2019: Amicus Brief – Evidence Proving Absolute Immunity Must Be Abolished.
(09) September 3, 2019: Amicus Brief – I Filed the Briefs Listed Below Against Judge Derrick Because I Am Innocent But He Falsely Me of Misddemeanors Anyway.
(10) September 9, 2019: My 1st Letter to President Trump.
(11) September 12, 2019: Amicus Brief – Restoring the Militia Act of 1792 to Counteract the Single-Shooter Mas Murder Scenario as thde Unintended Consequncdes of the De,uzsional Gun Control Doctrine.
(12) September 12. 2019: My 2nd Letter to President Trump.
(13) September 16, 2019: Amicus Brief – I Am Preparing My Complaint of Cognizable Misconduct of State and Federal Judges and Prosecutors Nation Wide Including the Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court for the Judicial Conference of the United States in Accordance with 28 U.S. Code § 331.
(14) September 16, 2019: Amicus Brief – Misasouri Senate Bill 367 The Second Amendment Preservation Act Uses the Tenth Amendment to Restore The Second Amendment To Its Original Intent. Now If Only Same Can Be Done To Abolish Absolute Immunity.
(15) September 17, 2019: Amicus Brief – Absolute Immunity is Based Upon a Judge’s Sexual Assault (Sterilization) of a 15-Year-Old. Absoute Immunity Must Be Abolished.
(16) September 18, 2019: Rule 2.15 Notification Under The Judicial Code of Conduct: Judge Derrick is Disqualified for Bias, Loss of Impatiality, Loss of Fairness and for alleged Incompetence for FRefusal to Sua Sponte Dismiss Kesent District Court Case No. CR-19-433n with Prejudice Based on a False Affidavit for Arrest Warrant and for Refusal to Expunge My Previous Misdemeanor False Convictions as Tainted by His Prejudice Against Me Under Rule 2.11 of theJudicial Code of Conduct.