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

“This website addresses the problem of meritless, abusive lawsuits filed by self-represented / pro se litigants and calls for legislative action that requires judges to practice sua sponte judicial review of all pro se litigants’ lawsuits.

This website also addresses the problem of religious frauds and various disturbing and harmful tactics that religious frauds use against their victims – including filing meritless, abusive lawsuits.

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.

Our Efforts to Get Laws Enforced Against Ken “Pastor Max” Parks

Our Efforts to Get Laws Enforced Against Ken “Pastor Max” Parks

Shortly before my brother Ken “Pastor Max” Parks was notified of the Connecticut arrest warrant issued against him in 2004 for harassing me, my husband and I received in our mailbox the following letter from my brother, which he wrote on his birthday, while he was visiting his friend and fellow stalker in Italy, Bernardino “Dino” de Vincenzi (now deceased).  Note my brother Ken “Pastor Max” Parks’ apparent reference of “an additional $1,600.00 USD” to the 1990 small claims judgment amount of approximately $1,600 I won against him which he never repaid to me:

Immediately after my brother Ken “Pastor Max” Parks was notified by female Connecticut State Trooper Kelly Krayneck of the arrest warrant issued against him, our computer got barraged with virus-infected emails.  Our virus protection alerted us to the attack and protected our computer.  Our virus protection also enabled us to derive information about the origins of the viruses, all but one of which originated in the region of Italy where Ken “Pastor Max” Parks’ “friend” Dino de Vincenzi lived and worked.  My husband and I then contacted the FBI in New Haven, Connecticut, who transferred our case to FBI Cyber Crimes Agent Chad Hunt in Atlanta, Georgia.  My brother Ken “Pastor Max” Parks was openly boasting in his public chat forum posts of his hacking abilities (posting under the alias “Churchill.”)  Atlanta FBI Agent Chad Hunt told us that he went to my brother’s residence and that my brother Ken “Pastor Max” Parks verbally admitted committing cyber crimes.  My brother Ken “Pastor Max” Parks deflected our legitimate complaint to the FBI regarding his cyber crimes and his stalking campaign as a mere “family dispute” despite the fact that my brother’s other victims are not related in any way to us.  FBI Agent Hunt told us he went to my brother Ken “Pastor Max” Parks’ house more than once and repeatedly warned him to cease all cyber crime activities:

Following is an e-mail exchange with FBI cyber crimes agent Chad Hunt.  After Agent Hunt interviewed my brother Ken “Pastor Max” Parks and confronted him more than once with evidence of his cyber crimes, he told us that my brother Ken “Pastor Max” Parks “promised” to stop committing his admitted cyber crimes.


 

In 2004 my brother Ken “Pastor Max” Parks intended to file one of his pro se lawsuits against us because of the arrest warrant issued against him for harassing me. My husband and I continued to contact authorities to try to get additional arrest warrants against my brother Ken Parks as his stalking, defamation and overall harassment worsened. We, and other crime victims in New London county, Connecticut, met with state’s attorney Michael Regan in our efforts to get additional arrest warrants and have our harassers prosecuted in Connecticut. State’s attorney Michael Regan refused to issue any additional arrest warrants and refused to extradite or prosecute anyone, stating that there were “hundreds” of outstanding fugitive status arrest warrants in New London county alone. Chief State’s Attorney Kevin Kane likewise refused to act on behalf of victims.

In summary, our experience trying to get the laws enforced on state and federal levels is no different than the experiences of most crime victims in our country. My brother Ken “Pastor Max” Parks has violated cyber crime laws as well as harassment, threatening and stalking laws, and he may also be involved in the crime of child pornography. State and federal officials have told us and other crime victims that they will not “put out the money” to investigate or arrest people like my brother Ken “Pastor Max” Parks because they claim they are “overwhelmed” with “bigger cases.” This reality sends a direct message to offenders: go ahead and commit as many crimes as you want to. It also sends a message to victims: we will not use your tax dollars to enforce the written laws and protect you.

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