email at racinecountycorruption@gmail.com

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

WHO YOU KNOW WANTS TO BUY A CAR 
JUDGE? 
OR
become a court gamer?
Judge Mark (Middle Finger) Nielsen

Did you Know?
Judge shopping is prevalent in the Racine County Circuit Court system. To make matters worse, numerous Gamers in the Racine County Circuit Court system help defendants play in this court system to win the
 Judge Lottery.

CASE IN POINT
State vs. Isaiah DeGroot
Racine County Case # 2017CF001505
Isaiah DeGroot

When Isaiah Degroot was incarerated in November of 2017, one of his first orders of business was to go Judge Shopping in the Racine County Circuit Court System. Lucky for Isaiah, when you go shopping in this court system, you have lots of court players ready and willing to help you game the system.
And so began the games.

First order of gaming was for the court (Alice Rudebusch) to determine that Degroot was indigent and qualified for use of public taxpayer funds to pay for his legal defense. During court proceedings, Alice Rudebusch found that Degroot indeed was indigent, the first gamer qualification was met,  The court then sought a public defender who is also a gamer in the system, the court quickly choose Gregory Reed, a seasoned player in this court system.

As seen below, a review of this game illuminates several other players in this system.

4
11-01-2017
Initial appearance
Rudebusch, Alice A
Garvin, Mark
Additional Text:
Defendant Isaiah D Degroot in court with attorney Anne D Cohen. Defendant Isaiah D Degroot in custody. Kelly Larsen appeared for the State of Wisconsin. Court Reporter Mark Garvin. DEFENSE MOVES TO DISMISS CT 4 FOR LACK OF PC. STATE STANDS SILENT. BTC; MOTION TO DISMISS CT 4 FOR LACK OF PC.; DENIED,, Reading of complaint is waived, probable cause found, bond set. PC FOUND ON ALL COUNTS. Preliminary hearing scheduled for November 9, 2017 at 08:30 am.

5
11-01-2017
Video conferencing
Rudebusch, Alice A
Garvin, Mark

6
11-01-2017
Cash bond set
Rudebusch, Alice A
Garvin, Mark
Event Party
Amount
Degroot, Isaiah D
$ 2500.00
Additional Text:
Charges per attached criminal complaint. Conditions: No contact with the victim C.L.S. AND R.G. (person, property, residence or family). You have been ordered to have to provide a DNA sample as a condition of your bond. Report to the Sheriff's Office Records Bureau. Hours: Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Defendant ordered not to possess or control any weapons. Make all court appearances on time. Failure to appear will result in the issuance of a warrant for your arrest, possible bail jumping charges and forfeiture of any bond on deposit.

7
11-01-2017
Notice of hearing
Additional Text:
Preliminary hearing on November 9, 2017 at 08:30 am.

8
11-01-2017
Other papers
Additional Text:
Not Provided for Pretrial Risk Assessment Report

9
11-07-2017
Public defender order appointing counsel
Additional Text:
Gregory Reed

10
11-07-2017
Cash bond signed
Amount
$ 2500.00

11
11-09-2017
Amended complaint

12
11-09-2017
Request for substitution

13
11-09-2017
Information

14
11-09-2017
Preliminary hearing
Rudebusch, Alice A
Phinisee, Pat
Additional Text:
Defendant Isaiah D Degroot in court with attorney Gregory Reed. Chris D Steenrod appeared for the State of Wisconsin. Court Reporter: Pat Phinisee. State files AMENDED CC. State calls Investigator K. Klinkhammer, DSAT. State moves for bind over. DEFENSE OBJECTS AND FILES RFS. BTC; Testimony given, probable cause found, bound over. Pre-trial conference scheduled for January 5, 2018 at 08:15 am.

15
11-09-2017
Arraignment
Rudebusch, Alice A
Phinisee, Pat
Additional Text:
NG plea entered.

16
11-09-2017
Notice of hearing
Additional Text:
Pre-trial conference on January 5, 2018 at 08:15 am.

17
11-09-2017
Notice of hearing
Additional Text:
Pre-trial conference on January 5, 2018 at 08:15 am.

18
11-10-2017
Electronic Notice Update

19
11-10-2017
Application for specific judicial assignment

20
11-10-2017
Application for specific judicial assign approved
Flancher, Faye M.

21
11-10-2017
Demand for Discovery and Inspection - Defendant

22
11-13-2017
Order assigning judge/judicial assignment order
Nielsen, Mark F.

23
11-13-2017
Notice of assignment of judge
Vanderhoef, Amy

24
11-13-2017
Cash bond posted
Amount
$ 2500.00
Additional Text:
17R 026527C

25
11-13-2017
Cash bond posted
Nielsen, Mark F.
Amount
$ 500.00

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Public Defender Gregory Reed quickly greased the gaming wheels and played the Judge lottery.

According to WCCA court records
First player was Alice Rudebusch.
Alice didn't have to declare in court 
"let the games begin"
because most in the court system are already waiting to play.
Second player was Gregory Reed.
Third player was Faye Flancher
Fourth player was Mark Nielsen 


With the game now locked and loaded, it was easy for gamer Gregory Reed to win the Judge lottery.  Judge Nielsen was now set to preside over the case,  Gregory Reed sought the low bail he needed to release his client back into society.
Judge Nielsen as a gamer of gamers, 
provided Reed the win he sought.

"LOW BAIL AND OUT OF JAIL"

Nielsen as a seasoned player affirmed the low bail assigned by fellow gamer Alice Rudebusch. According to WCCA records, as a condition of release, Nielsen required only an additional $500.00 dollars. 

With a cheap bail posted, Degroot was again free to roam the streets to ravage and pillage the citizens as he saw fit.

And freely roam Degroot did.

For the games to continue, all the courts had to do was for 
   Degroot to commit another crime so that the games may again begin, then again,  and again,  then again.............

Which now brings us to 
CHA - CHING!
State vs. Isaiah DeGroot
Racine County Case # 2018CF000100
27 FELONY COUNTS!

THE GAMING RACINE COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT SYSTEM HIT THE REVOLVING DOOR LOTTERY WITH CRIMINAL ISAIAH DEGROOT.


Isaiah Degroot, in a few short weeks of BEING BONDED OUT OF JAIL, provided the court gamers with another opportunity to again play the game.   While free on bond do to the generous gaming Racine County Court System, DeGroot acquired a stolen car and was involved in felony hit and run causing great bodily harm to two innocent victims in the Festival Foods parking lot.

You may be asking who is paying the most for these gamers within the Racine County Circuit Court system?

Racine County residents Cheryl and Jeffery Coopman of Union Grove, Wi.

Jeff and Cheryl Coopman suffered extensive life threatening injuries do to the failures within the Racine County Circuit Court system.  The court gamers enabled Isaiah DeGroot to game the court's revolving door system. Due to the victims extensive and massive injuries, one was transported flight for life and the other was transported via ambulance.
Both victims were transported to Froedtert Hospital where one of the victims loss an arm and part of a leg.
A go fund me account has been established for victims 
Jeff and Cheryl Coopman.


Racine Court Revolving Door

Who will be the next revolving door gamer in the 
Racine County Court System to hit the Judge Lottery?

The Racine County Circuit Court system is a bad joke upon Racine County residents. The Racine County Circuit Court is derelict of its obligations to protect the citizens of Racine County and is further a disgrace to justice. 

Court protest begins on 
 Friday, January 19th., 8:30 AM.
outside of the 
Racine County Justice Center,  
730 Wisconsin Ave, Racine Wi.
Bring friends, signs, bullhorns and effigies.

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