I think New Jersey has one of the best high courts in the nation, Judge Lee Solomon is someone of high intelligence, integrity, and honesty. Lee is just a special person.
a person who informs on a person or organization engaged in an illicit activity.
The Whistleblower Protection Act of 1989 is a United States federal law that protects federal whistleblowers who work for the government and report agency misconduct. In the State of New Jersey, both public and private employees have similar protections under its whistleblower statute, the New Jersey Conscientious Employee Protection Act. PDF download
Both statutes prohibit and protect against “retaliatory harassment,” which is usually hostile, intimidating, or abusive conduct directed at the person reporting the misconduct -the whistleblower. But in reading the Jersey statute, several questions arise because it specifies protection for “public and private employees.”
- What is the protective procedure when a non-employee informs on a State agency?
- Or better yet, what is the protective procedure when a non-employee informs on a State agency that polices itself, and its officers are protected by a Superior Court Judge, who was being groomed for a seat on the State’s highest court -the New Jersey Supreme Court?
NJ Supreme Court Judge Lee Solomon
Before he became a NJ Supreme Court Judge, Lee Solomon conspired to violate the constitutionally protected rights of a citizen (Whistleblower), and did so by assigning an excessive bail of $75,000 cash for the conduct of exposing government crimes. His decision was based on an ex parte Special Bail Application with purpose to wrongfully incarcerate a man who “blew the whistle” on officers within the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office. Additionally, the individual reports exposing the misconduct are speech protected by the First Amendment. Solomon’s choice of issuing an Excessive bail violates the Eighth Amendment “Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.”
“It is quite rare to have someone come to the bench with the experience of having served in all three branches of government, … that experience is extraordinary and will serve [Lee Solomon] well on the court for years to come.”
Journalist Brent Johnson, NJ.com quoting Chief Justice Stuart Rabner.
Judge Lee Solomon, with all his extensive experience, and voted in by Gov. Chris Christie, acted outside the bounds of established law by setting a bail at $25,000 above the State’s suggested maximum to censor speech, and while knowing the accused could not afford the bail. The special bail application presented by Camden County Assistant Prosecutor Tracy A. Cogan, sought to restrain Whistleblower Bruce Aristeo from speaking publicly about his case, and in hopes of strong-arming him into signing a gag order. Why the Camden County Office of the Prosecutor and Judge Solomon are so adamant about the coverup, is that Aristeo’s case exposes a frivolous litigation, private communications between several high profile attorneys, the retired Assistant Prosecutor Laurie A. Corson, and Superior Court Judge, Nan S. Famular.
SAVING GRACE … CORSON
Knowing Laurie Corson committed a fraud, so the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office attempted to save her spotless record and protect her from possibly forfeiting her retirement. To do so, the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office made several attempts to silence Bruce Aristeo, all of which failed. But temporarily suppressing Aristeo’s speech only afforded Ms. Corson enough time to retire from the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office with an unblemished record, but the battle was not over, the final act required sending a stronger message… enter Judge Lee Solomon.
At first glance, looking at this case, it could be said Tracy A. Cogan manipulated Judge Lee A. Solomon into the fraud, but Solomon’s acts exemplify his wanton disregard for his duties…