Cynthia Coffman – Corrupt Colorado Attorney General Unfit For Republican Nomination For Governor In 2018.

Cynthia Coffman - Colorado Attorney General Unfit for Governor in 2018.
Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman to seek Republican nomination for Colorado Governor in 2018.

Crime, concealment, and a bad choice For Colorado. Corrupt Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman to seek Republican nomination for Colorado Governor in 2018.

Unfit for office. 2018 Colorado Gubernatorial Candidate Cynthia Coffman’s Years-Long Concealment of Chief Deputy Attorney General John Lizza’s Involvement in Crime.

Is Cynthia Coffman unfit for (continued) public office? Falsely advertising in her political rhetoric that she upholds the law, and “fights” for the rights of Coloradans,  she has failed to explain why she has concealed, aided, and abetted the criminal acts of Colorado’s most Corrupt Judge, James F. Hartmann, 19th Judicial Districts Chief Judge, and further concealed the Attorney General’s Offices’ involvement in crime. When Longmont, CO homeowner, Craig Buckley, victim of 8 years of retaliation and attack by Hartmann, attempted to use the “Reviews” section of the Colorado Attorney General’s official Facebook page to seek redress of grievances, the entire “Reviews” section was removed… immediately. Evidently, Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman has something to hide.

The criminal conspiracy implicating the Colorado Attorney General’s Office began under former AG John Suthers’ administration, and continued through Cynthia Coffman’s.  At the forefront of the criminal conspiracy to deprive Buckley of his Due Process Rights, was First Assistant Attorney General John Lizza. Evidence obtained from (Fmr.) Colorado Dept. of Labor & Employment Director Ellen Golombek, in the form of confidential internal memoranda,  proves First Assistant Attorney General John Lizza conspired with (Fmr.) Colorado Division of Labor Director Michael McArdle to obstruct justice by concealment of evidence against Buckley’s former employers.

Daniel T. Goodwin, Defense attorney for Dream Stone, Inc., had fraudulently sworn before the DOL that Buckley was not entitled to his award of accrued wages upon termination of employment, because he had not worked for the company for a full year.

Broomfield, CO attorney Daniel T. Goodwin lies in official statement to the Colorado Division of Labor: there was no, “missing week”.

Buckley’s uninterrupted, sequentially numbered paycheck stubs proved a continuous 26 month term of employment with Dream Stone, Inc., and fraud by Broomfield, CO attorney, Daniel T. Goodwin.  Buckley sought his time cards through the Division of Labor to refute the employers’ fraudulent claim.  This was not to be.

...and Daniel T. Goodwin lies again here. So, where are the missing time cards? Destroyed, according to (Fmr.) Weld County Deputy DA Sarah J. Bousman.

…and Daniel T. Goodwin lies again here. So, where are the missing time cards? Destroyed, according to (Fmr.) Weld County Deputy DA Sarah J. Bousman.

Buckley had filed a lawsuit in the Weld County District Court, seeking wages due on termination of employment. He had later filed a complaint for criminal charges against Dream Stone, Inc. with the Colorado Division of Labor some months after he had filed a wage claim lawsuit before the Weld County District Court. In the DOL complaint, Buckley sought only criminal charges, and fines payable to the DOL, while his demand for wages was provably before the Weld County District Court. According to the employers’ own admission before the Division of Labor, Buckley was using the DOL as an, “evidence gathering mechanism”.

While criminal charges rightfully should have been filed against the employers for Class 4 Felony Attempt to Influence a Public Servant by the Colorado Attorney General, confidential internal correspondence between the Division of Labor, and  First Assistant Attorney General John Lizza indicate the AG’s Office was actively obstructing Buckley’s access to the time card evidence, proving the Class 4 Felony  by the employers. (Fmr.) Division of labor Director Michael McArdle then threatened Buckley, told him he was never going to receive the time cards, and threatened him via email, stating that Buckley had better not attempt to contact the Division of Labor again, “or else”.

Shortly thereafter, with full knowledge of the Colorado Attorney General’s Office, and specifically First Assistant Attorney General John Lizza, Buckley’s Due Process Rights were again violated, this time in the Weld County District Court.  The employers, through their criminally complicit attorney,  Daniel T. Goodwin, had 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. This Class 4 Felony was later affirmed in sworn testimony by the employers before Weld County Court Judge John Briggs.

According to an interview with Colorado House Rep. Jonathan Singer, Judge James Hartmann had violated Buckley’s rights under C.R.S. 8-4-11-(2) of the Colorado Wage Act, when he illegally stripped Buckley of all evidence and the Due Process right to prosecute his wage claim. Buckley was not to obtain the time card evidence through the Weld County District Court, either.

Buckley challenged the jurisdiction of the Court to violate his Due Process rights under the Colorado wage Act. Judge James Hartmann flatly refused to assert proof of continuing jurisdiction on the record of the Court. Concurrently, James Hartmann had also illegally forced Buckley to pay the defendants’ fees for their response to a Motion for which no fees were awarded. Ultimately, Buckley refused to submit to the jurisdiction of Hartmann’s “sham” court, and Hartmann PERCEIVED he dismissed Buckley’s wage claim lawsuit, awarding in excess of $20,000.00 in legal fees to the Defendants. That was to have been the beginning of 8 years of attack and retaliation by Judge James Hartmann, which included repeated home invasions, property liens, wage garnishments, repeated arrests, and false convictions of Buckley. Staggeringly corrupt Weld County Court Judge Michele Meyer, James Hartmann’s subordinate,  was also criminally complicit.

As a result of repeated demands made upon (Fmr.) Director Ellen Golombek, the Colorado Dept. of Labor & Employment relinquished confidential internal documents irrefutably proving Buckley’s former employers has sworn simultaneously before the Court, and the DOL that neither had jurisdiction over his wage claim, because the matter was before the other: constituting Class 4 felony Attempt to Influence a Public Servant. (Fmr.)  Documents implicating (Fmr.) Attorney General John Suthers, and First assistant Attorney General, John Lizza in the coverup were obtained by Buckley at that time.

This was the second count of Class 4 Felony Attempt to Influence a Public Servant committed by the employers, and their criminally complicit attorney, Daniel T. Goodwin, and concealed by the Attorney General’s Office, and specifically First Assistant Attorney General John Lizza. The Colorado Attorney Generals’ Office has had full knowledge of Weld County District Court Chief Judge James Hartmann’s criminal involvement in Class 4 Felony Attempt to Influence a Public Servant, and fraud Upon the Court, since April, 2011.

The Colorado Attorney Generals’ Office has compounded the crimes, and obstructed Justice, quashing a subpoena of known felon, Judge james Hartmann, when Buckley was maliciously prosecuted for “Harassment” of his former employers for having demanded hat the liens on his home, obtained by fraud, be removed.

Two years later, the Colorado Attorney General’s Office obstructed Justice and concealed crime by Judge James Hartmann, when the Weld county District Court illegally raided Buckley’s home, and arrested him on a civil contempt warrant for refusing to give the deed to his house to his former employers. Ten days later, Buckley’s home was raided again, and he was arrested on Felony ‘retaliation Against a Judge’ charges for an alleged “credible threat’ statement he was purported to have made during the first illegal raid.

Buckley was convicted, on Judge James Hartman’s proven perjured testimony, and falsified evidence. Numerous representatives of the Colorado Attorney General’s Office were in attendance for both the trial and the sentencing. But-for the criminal conspiracy and concealment of crime by the Colorado Attorney General’s Office, serving no purpose other than protection of the reputation and career of known felon, “Judge” James Hartmann, no 8 year campaign of retaliation by government officials would have occurred.

Cynthia Coffman, implicated in the above criminal conspiracy, must not be allowed to be Colorado’s next governor. Please spread the word. The Colorado Attorney General has been criminally complicit since 2012; the illegal government attacks against Buckley have continued through July, 2017.

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1 Comment on "Cynthia Coffman – Corrupt Colorado Attorney General Unfit For Republican Nomination For Governor In 2018."

  1. Crushingly defeated! Buh-bye, now!

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