Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Judiciary Commission investigation of Porter County Magistrate James Johnson - The disappearing investigation




WTF ever happened to the Indiana Judiciary Commission's investigation of Porter County Superior Court Magistrate James Johnson? How did the investigation simply 'disappear'? Who was involved in protecting Johnson from accountability for his actions against those who were unfortunate to have their divorce cases before him? AND, who covered up Magistrate Johnson's corruption?

Yes, I know it has been seven years since the investigation - BUT, having endured an unlawful police entry into my home by the Portage PD, and having my beloved furbabies Abbi and Bailey killed in retaliation for me having reported Johnson - I have a right to ask: "WTF happened??!!" AND, I am entitled to answers.


A magistrate was caught red-handed by the State, improperly handling approximately 100 divorce cases - and, not one official in Porter County was concerned about the victims - instead, the officials were concerned about protecting the corrupt magistrate. 

What's equally puzzling is that the investigation of Johnson just simply vanished, after the magistrate had been given a two week extension to comply with the Indiana Judiciary Commission - on the exact date of the unlawful police entry into my home.


One of the officials who played a role in covering up the unlawful police entry into my home, and then put a halt into an investigation, was  none other than federally indicted Portage Mayor James Snyder.

At the very least, I am OWED answers for the unlawful police entry into my home and the deaths of my furbabies, Abbi Mae and Bailey Su. And, I am OWED the funds the Portage police officers were talking about on their radios, the day of the unlawful police entry - marital funds / assets my ex had hidden from me, that police claimed were, "More money than I have ever seen... Can't believe he has that much money..."



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News Articles - Judiciary Commission investigation of Porter County Magistrate James Johnson

07072010 - News Article - Hand of justice deemed too slow - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


07072010 - News Article - Magistrate investigated on allegations of slow work flow - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


07112010 - News Article - County judges failing to keep up - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


07112010 - News Article - Magistrates failing to keep up with case loads - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


07202010 - News Article - Porter County judges to discuss magistrate's performance - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


07202010 - News Article - By a jury of his peers - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


07212010 - News Article - Help to be brought in for magistrate - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation

07212010 - News Article - Here comes the judge's backup help - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


07212010 - News Article - Porter judges take stand - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


07222010 - News Article - Indiana magistrate to get help clearing case backlog - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


07232010 - News Article - EDITORIAL: Speedy trials, speedy rulings - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


07232010 - News Article - POLL - Should Porter County hire a temporary, part-time probate commissioner to assist Magistrate James Johnson - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


07232010 - News Article - MARK KIESLING: Magistrate's progress bears watching - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


07242010 - News Article - Attorney hired to help ease court's backlog in Porter County - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


07242010 - News Article - Attorney is hired to help ease backlog. Hearing sheds light on the pain of trial delays - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


07242010 - News Article - Probate commissioner named to help magistrate with cases - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


10072010 - News Article - Magistrate still working on backlog - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


10072010 - News Article - Magistrate continues working on backlog - Two week extension granted for clearing family law paperwork - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


10072010 - Magistrate Johnson judicial investigation - Confidential Caution?


05242011 - News Article - Porter County magistrate stepping down - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


05242011 - News Article - Porter County magistrate resigns amid case backlog - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


05252011 - News Article - Magistrate James Johnson tenders his resignation - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation


06152011 - News Article - Applications being accepted for magistrate - Magistrate James Johnson judicial investigation










Porter County Magistrate James Johnson - Complaints filed


























































"She filed for divorce on March 23, 2011, and on April 5, Magistrate James Johnson’s court filed a provisional order that divided some assets before the divorce went to court"
[Trial date set in Portage killing. Post Tribune. 05022011]



"According to the Porter County Clerk’s Office, Cheryl Miller applied for a protective order from her husband. A Porter County judge granted her the order in April and declared the husband be removed from the residence. The couple filed for divorce April 13."
[2 dead in Kouts firebombing, suicide. Post Tribune. 05312011] 

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