Colorado Judicial Branch aggressively uses online reputation management to conceal crime by Weld County Court Chief Judge James Hartmann, Judge Michele Meyer, & Others.
Greeley, CO – Recent search engine analysis has revealed that the Colorado Judicial Branch is actively engaging in a strategy to conceal negative websites pertaining to Judge James F. Hartmann, Jr. – 19th Judicial District Chief Judge, and other Weld County Colorado Court Judges. The practice, often referred to as ‘online reputation management’ usually involves strategically designing, keyword optimizing, and dating pages, often from multiple spoofed sites, to force undesirable pages from search engine rankings.
Statistically it has been shown that the majority of web users never venture past the first page of search results for any given query: organizations seeking to benefit from those usage statistics rely on this pattern of consumer behavior to remove information which they may find undesirable.
Since the inception of The Hartmann Conspiracy, and the newly created weldcountycorruption. com web analytics have shown a major change in design and deployment strategy for the official Colorado Judicial Branch website. Attempting to combat the negative publicity generated by the two websites built by felony victim and civil rights activist, Craig Buckley; dates, keyword structure, and quantity of pages built by the Colorado Judicial Branch, relating to a handful of Weld County Court Judges, has dramatically changed. This redesign has forced many previously highly ranked hartmannconspiracy.com web pages out of the top ranking Google spots.
The American Bar Association has provided a series of instructional materials aimed at protecting Judges from “unjust attacks”. While it is unfortunate that law abiding Judges may be subjected to criticism by disgruntled litigants, it’s also important to know that truly corrupt, law-breaking Judges and complicit agencies, such as your State Bar Association may use the tactics shown, to conceal the unethical and/or criminal acts of genuinely corrupt Judges. The attached ABA link defines their strategies, and thus gives the truly aggrieved an opportunity to implement countermeasure strategies in their exposure of Judicial wrongdoing. This is definitely worth reading.
A salient example of the web positioning strategy by the Colorado Judicial Branch involves this Ripoff Report page relating to the alleged criminal acts of Weld County Court Judge Michele Meyer. Previously ranking in the number one spot for the search query ‘Judge Michele Meyer’, it now ranks at #8, due to new pages and ranking strategies implemented by the Colorado Judicial Branch IT staff.
In business, competitively designing web pages to outperform the competition is a staple of free enterprise. But what of government seeking to quash the 1st Amendment Rights of the genuinely aggrieved? In this particular instance, the so-called ‘offending’ material pertains to evidence that Weld County District Court Chief Judge James F. Hartmann, and his subordinates engaged in a years-long campaign of retaliation against Longmont, CO homeowner Craig Buckley, for accusing said Judges of commission, and/or aiding and abetting of crime.
Stemming from a wage claim Buckley had filed against his former employers in the Weld County District Court, Judge James Hartmann, and subordinate Weld County Judges, including Judges Todd Taylor, Michele Meyer, John Briggs, Charles Unfug, Thomas Quammen, and (Ret.) Daniel Maus who would soon follow Hartmann’s lead, waged an unrelenting campaign of retaliation, terrorism, and financial decimation on Buckley, to conceal Judge James Hartmann‘s involvement in crime.
So, what exactly is the Colorado Judicial Branch trying to conceal?
Through their criminally complicit attorney, Broomfield, CO based Daniel T. Goodwin, Buckley’s former employers decided to swear simultaneously before BOTH the Weld County District Court, and the Colorado Division of Labor, that NEITHER had jurisdiction over Buckley’s wage claim, because the matter was before the OTHER. The employers would later confess their crime in sworn testimony before the Weld County Court, Judge John Briggs presiding. Buckley would also obtain evidence of this crime from (Fmr.) Colorado Dept. of Labor & Employment Director Ellen Golombek in the form of previously unreleased confidential interdepartmental memoranda.
In violation of Colorado Law, Federal Law, his Oath of Office, the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct, and the Colorado Rules of Judicial Discipline, Weld County District Court Chief Judge James F. Hartmann illegally and feloniously decided to conceal, aid, abet, and compound Class 4 Felony Attempt to Influence a Public Servant and Fraud Upon the Court. Judge James Hartmann would then enlist the assistance of numerous government officials, including the aforementioned Judges, to wage a years-long attack on Buckley. The Colorado Judicial Branch wants this evidence GONE.
“Now much more than a Colorado Government portal for citizens to gain access to Court information, the Colorado Judicial Branch website has become a taxpayer funded propaganda machine to conceal the criminal acts of corrupt government officials,” stated Weld County Corruption owner Craig Buckley.
Buckley believes this presents the possibility of serious legal ramifications for Colorado government officials, as they have provably acknowledged the existence of the proof of crime, and are now actively concealing it. Please subscribe to read more on this topic as additional evidence unfolds.