Christine M Arguello and Kathleen M Tafoya Judges of Colorado 10th District Court / judicial corruption. parties to criminal fraud, bias in judicial proceedings, bad integrity in judicial profession
Kathleen M Tafoya and Christine M Arguello Judges of the Colorado District Court has been referred to the Colorado Commission of Judicial Discipline for potential investigation and discipline, with regard to acting as assisting parties to criminal fraud.
There is evidence in the public domain to show that they were involved in ruling on a matter that involved criminal fraud.
They were shown beyond any doubt that the Plaintiffs make false and dishonest claims, and they did not consider the evidence because they were biased in favour of those who are dishonest and tell lies.
The Plaintiff in question has been implicated in behaviours ranging from litigation fraud, legal insurance company fraud, dishonesty in various Courts worldwide as well as cheating people out of money in bad faith.
It means they abused their power as a judge, and are corrupt, because they turn a blind eye to criminal fraud.
It also shows they not have the necessary ethical or moral values to hold a position as she cannot discern truth from falsehood, or right from wrong, which would be basic skills required to serve as an effective judge in legal matters.
In bad faith, they also accused a defendant of wilfully disobeying a Court, despite being clearly shown that he never saw what the orders of the Court were.
Once they were made aware of a complaint being made against them, they ruled against a defendant, despite knowing with full knowledge that the lawsuit was fraudulent.