In our recent post dated 12-17-2015, we wish to correct the record. Michael Nieskes did not violate Wisconsin Statutes 946.31 regarding perjury; he violated Wisconsin Statutes 946.32 by filing a false affidavit into court records.
The difference between perjury and the filing of a false affidavit into court records could be likened to the difference between a spontaneous oral response versus an act that may have required the following; conspiracy, complicity and collusion.
The effort of an affidavit would also include the amount of time to draft the affidavit, notarized the document and the time to file the document into court records. Usually the affidavit process takes several hours, or even days to complete.
The amount of time required to file an affidavit usually requires additional acts to perform as compared to oral pleadings. So looking at the big picture with filing an affidavit, you have a lot more time to reflect on what you are going to file into court records vs. oral pleadings. So one could come to a reasonable conclusion that filing a false affidavit into court records should be considered a more serious offense than perjury.
Wisconsin statute 946.32 False swearing;
2) Whoever under oath or affirmation or upon signing a statement pursuant to s. 887.015 makes or subscribes a false statement which the person does not believe is true is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor.
It is ironic that an act that may involve a higher degree of criminal intent has a lesser degree of criminal punishment.
It took us only a few days to acknowledge our error while Michael Nieskes has had almost five years to acknowledge and correct his abuse of power including his filed false affidavit into court records. We invite Mr. Nieskes into the court anytime, even if we are a defendant, for we would surely enjoy the opportunity to impeach Mr. Nieskes’s testimony on the stand.
We remind Mr. Nieskes that it is he who invited us to play in his court, and then acting as a coward, Mr. Nieskes failed to show up when we invited him thru subpoenas to impeach his testimony.
Until that time when we may meet Mr. Nieskes in court, we continue our pro bono publico platform.
Thursday, December 24, 2015
"Correcting the Record"
From Racine County Corruption:
Read more: http://racinecountycorruption.blogspot.com/2015/12/correcting-record-michael-nieskes-in.html