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The Need for Sua Sponte Judicial Review Laws For Pro Se Litigants’ Lawsuits

Judicial reform is needed to require that judges instantly dismiss abusive, frivolous lawsuits, especially those filed by self-represented / pro se litigants, before financial harm is done to innocent defendants needing to hire attorneys to get these abusive, frivolous lawsuits dismissed.

Cults and religious frauds use a variety of harmful tactics against their victims – including filing abusive, frivolous lawsuits.  This is one of the tactics used by Ken Parks (aka, Pastor Ken, Pastor Ken Parks, Pastor Ken Max Parks, Pastor Max, Ken Max Parks, Max Parks).  Ken Parks advertises on social media his unregistered, financially unaccountable ETC Ministries, Simplicity of Christ / SOC Ministries, and his unregistered “professional photographer” businesses.  He runs these activities from his apartment.  Despite calling himself “pastor”, Ken Parks is not an ordained minister.

The matters discussed in this website involve subjects which merit constitutionally protected public scrutiny, and this website provides documentation, commentary, and opinion on matters of public concern.

Paulette Buchanan, M.A.

About the Author of this Website

Paulette J. Buchanan (M.A., European History, B.A., History, Political Science/Public Policy), is a former educator who has taught primary, secondary and college level courses. She also worked in the Navy Education Office on the Groton, Connecticut Submarine Base. She has served her communities as a volunteer for over forty years, and since 2007 she has worked alongside other victims and legislators in efforts to bring about needed changes in the law so as to better protect individuals and society.

Paulette J. Buchanan is a member of International Cultic Studies Association (ICSA). In June 2023 she gave a presentation, “Stalked by a Cultist:  Fighting Back and Recovering,” at ICSA’s Louisville, Kentucky conference. For the ICSA/University of Tennessee February 2020 conference in Nashville, Tennessee she was the Table Talk moderator on the topic “Cults and the Law.” In November 2019 she gave a presentation, “Legislative Action as Part of the Healing Process,” at ICSA’s Santa Fe, New Mexico conference.

Paulette J. Buchanan’s book, Fighting for Justice – Religious Fraud, Mental Illness, and the Collapse of Law & Order, can be purchased here:

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