Grandma Asks the Court to Shut Me Up
Active supporter of the California Protective Parents Association and Center for Judicial Excellence Helen Lynn filed a request for a civil harassment restraining order against me on October 3, 2012.
In the description of harassment, Helen claimed the last time she was “harassed” by me was on September 28, 2012.
On September 30, before the request for restraining order was filed, I wrote about my encounter with Helen on September 28. You can read my article by clicking here.
Helen wrote in her restraining order request that”…FOR YEARS WE HAVE BEEN VICTIMS OF SEVERE CYBER BULLYING FROM LAURA.” She then wrote that one personal conduct order she is requesting is “Remove all and stop further cyber bullying by Laura Lynn, under any alias.” Under stay-away orders Helen asked for the court to order me to “stop cyber bullying. Remove all past cyber bullying + stop future cyber bullying.”
Helen asked for protection for her husband James Lynn as well. James was a top manager at the County of Los Angeles in building maintenance and told me he reported directly to the Board of Supervisors and judicial officers, back when the county took care of the court buildings. Helen wrote “Laura Lynn for many years has continued to slander me and my husband on the internet (sic, left out a period) She has went door to door in my neighborhood and posted flyers that slander me and my husband”.
Just in case the judge did not get her point, Helen wrote on additional orders requested “REMOVE ALL PAST AND FUTURE CYBER BULLYING OF THE LYNN FAMILY BY LAURA JUDITH LYNN, [AKA][her square parentheses] LAURA JUDITH KRAMER.” Now, does her use of all caps constitute yelling at the judge?
The temporary order was denied by Anthony S. Jones, Judge Pro Tem. Good call. But Judge Elizabeth Feffer denied a similar temp order for Tim Lynn, Helen’s son, then flipped at the permanent order hearing and ruled that hanging missing children posters of kids abducted by Helen’s daughter was considered a “threat” to Tim. That ruling is at the U.S. Supreme Court now, presenting the issue of whether the Family Law Court is upholding our right to freedom of speech.
Please join us for the hearing at 8:30 a.m. on October 22, 2012 at Stanley Mosk, 111 N. Hill Street, Los Angeles, 90012, Department 75, Room 736.
Let’s see if the Civil Harassment department of Los Angeles Superior Court will uphold or challenge the first amendment right to free speech.