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Known felon, Weld County District Court Chief Judge James F. Hartmann, enlists countless government agencies & officials to conceal his involvement in crime.

Known felon, Weld County District Court Chief Judge James F. Hartmann, enlists countless government agencies & officials to conceal his involvement in crime.

Caught In Crime – Weld County District Court Chief Judge Enlists Legions of Govt. Officials to Conceal His Criminal Acts. These Are Their Stories.

On April 1, 2012 as a result of confidential internal memoranda obtained from (Fmr.) Colorado Dept. of Labor & Employment Director Ellen Golombek,  known felon Weld County District Court Chief Judge James F. Hartmann, was caught concealing, aiding, abetting, and compounding Fraud Upon the Court, Class 4 Felony Attempt to Influence a Public Servant, Obstruction of Justice, Wage Theft, First and Second Degree Perjury, and numerous other lesser crimes. Judge James Hartmann’s criminal acts were the outgrowth of a civil wage claim filed by Longmont, CO homeowner, Craig Buckley, against his former employers, Dream Stone, Inc.

In the years to follow, Weld County District Court Chief Judge James Hartmann would commit multiple additional criminal acts to conceal his involvement/complicity in the original acts committed by the employers, and their criminally complicit attorney, Daniel T. Goodwin.

The sister site to weldcountycorruption.com, The Hartmann Conspiracy, deals specifically with the criminal acts of Weld County Court Chief Judge James Hartmann, and those individuals and government agencies immediately implicated in commission of additional crimes, to conceal Hartmann’s nefarious acts. The Weld County Corruption website takes a broader overview of those lesser involved, yet still criminally complicit  individuals and agencies which have purposefully concealed crime, and allowed James Hartmann an 8 year free reign to decimate the life of his victim.

Government officials, especially Officers of the Court, whether elected or appointed are under strict ethical guidelines to uphold the Constitution of the United states, and to comply with, enforce, and obey Colorado and Federal law.  Every individual to be exposed on this website is known to have taken an Oath to do just that. Noncompliance is not an option.

Through hundreds of pages of documented evidentiary materials, Court filings, transcripts, and sworn witness statements, the numerous government officials whom have knowingly, and illegally aided and abetted crime by Weld County Court Chief Judge James Hartmann, will be held up to public scrutiny. Those individuals include, but are not limited to:

Congressman (Fmr. Weld County DA) Ken Buck, Weld County District Court Judge Todd Taylor, Weld County District Court Judge (Ret.) Daniel Maus, Weld County Court Judge Michele Meyer, Weld County Court Judge John Briggs, Weld County Court Judge Charles Unfug, Weld County Court Judge John Briggs, Weld County Court Judge Thomas Quammen, Weld County Colorado Senator (Fmr. Weld County Sheriff) John Cooke, Weld County District Attorney’s Office Chief Investigator Keith Olson,  Weld County Chief Deputy District Attorney Steve Wrenn, (Fmr.) Weld County Deputy District Attorney Sarah J. Bousman, (Fmr.) Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett, Boulder County Deputy District Attorney Catrina Weigel, William J. Campbell – Executive Director of the Colorado Commission on Judicial Discipline, Boulder County District Court Judge Andrew Hartman, (Fmr.) Colorado Attorney General John Suthers, present Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman,  First Assistant Colorado Attorney General John Lizza, (Fmr.) Colorado Division of Labor Director Michael McArdle, (Fmr.) Colorado dept. of Labor & Employment Director Ellen Golombek,  United States District Court For The District Of Colorado Judge Phillip A. Brimmer, and various members of the Denver Division of the FBI, and Colorado Governor’s Office, and others.

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