Email to government crime victim suggests Governor Jared Polis will stand in criminal conspiracy with predecessor John Hickenlooper & the Colorado Attorney General’s Office. Is a Grand Jury Investigation into the criminal acts of Judge James Hartmann imminent?
Denver, CO – In a July 22, 2021 email sent by Governor Jared Polis’ Office, Longmont, CO homeowner and decade-long crime victim Craig Buckley was informed of the State of Colorado’s “official” position, maintaining that it would continue to conceal, aid, and abet multiple felony acts perpetrated by six Weld County Judges and multiple law enforcement officials in the 2009-2014 Wage Theft/Forgery, and Retaliation scam initiated by the Colorado Attorney General’s Office and Weld County District Court Chief Judge James Hartmann.
Polis would claim the Governor’s Office is not able to intervene in “judicial matters”. The cause of Buckley’s complaint, however, has proven NOT to be a judicial matter, but one of crime, committed by government officials in their personal capacity.
Weld County District Court Chief Judge James Francis Hartmann stands accused of Forgery, among other crimes for which the statute of limitations has run, in the ‘sham’ 2014 conviction of Longmont, CO homeowner Craig Buckley for ‘Retaliation Against a Judge’: there is no statute of limitations on Forgery.
On June 17, 2010, Judge James Hartmann, in criminal conspiracy with Buckley’s former employers had stripped him of Due Process rights, guaranteed under the Colorado Wage Act, to seek an award of accrued wages due on termination of employment. Hartmann would also find himself criminally complicit in a scheme to extort money, by falsified affidavit, for attorneys’ fees which were never awarded by the Court.
Further reading on the proper application of Colorado Wage Law can be found HERE.
It is well founded law that deprivation of Due Process Rights deprives the Court of jurisdiction, and Buckley refused to submit to the jurisdiction of Hartmann’s ‘sham’ Court. Hartmann, in absence of jurisdiction, “dismissed” Buckley’s case on July 22, 2010, at which time he awarded the employers in excess of $20,000.00 in attorneys’ fees,
On April 4, 2011, through documents and evidence obtained from (fmr.) Colorado Division of Labor & Employment Director Ellen Golombek , it would be proven that Buckley’s former employers had sworn simultaneously before BOTH the Weld County District Court, AND the Colorado Division of Labor, that NEITHER had jurisdiction over Buckley’s wage claim, because the matter was before the OTHER. Further, a confession of the Class 4 Felony would be obtained on April 7, 2011 in sworn testimony before Judge John Briggs. Hartmann, having concealed the evidence in criminal conspiracy with Congressman (then Weld DA) Ken Buck was now Accessory to Class 4 Felony Attempt to Influence a Public Servant.
It would later be discovered that “Judge” James Hartmann and Congressman Ken Buck had destroyed evidence implicating them as Accessories to Crime.
In a sham 2012 trial before Hartmann’s subordinate, “Judge” Michele Meyer, Buckley would be convicted of Harassment of the employers in 2012 for angrily demanding the liens on his property, obtained by fraud, be removed. Ken Buck would appoint top-tier felony prosecutor Steve Wrenn to obtain the conviction, and the Colorado Attorney General would send Judge (fmr. asst. AG) Matthew T. Grove to quash Buckley’s subpoena for Hartmann’s testimony. Buckley had been held on a $20,000.00 bond for the Class 3 Misdemeanor in retaliation for accusing Weld County officials of complicity in the employers’ crime.
In July 2013, “Judge” James Hartmann would appoint subordinate Judge Daniel Maus to raid Buckley’s home on a civil contempt warrant for his refusal to surrender the deed to his house, and years of tax documents to the former employers.
Ten days later, in criminal conspiracy with Boulder DA Stan Garnett, Buckley’s home would be raided again. This time, on a Felony warrant for an alleged, “credible threat” statement Buckley was purported to have made during the first illegal raid.
Buckley had repeatedly demanded that John Hickenlooper, governor of Colorado from 2011 to 2019, initiate a Grand Gury investigation into the years-long campaign of retaliation and criminal conspiracy initiated by “Judge” James Hartmann and Ken Buck. No investigation would ever take place.
Transcript evidence of Buckley’s ‘Retaliation Against a Judge Trial’ would reveal that James Hartman had forged evidence: specifically, altering the document Buckley had sent the Judge in his personal capacity on April 4, 2011. Hartmann then filed it with the Court, swearing it was a, “true and accurate” representation of what Buckley had sent him. In April 2014, Hartmann would commit First Degree Perjury to conceal the forged “evidence”, which he presented at Buckley’s criminal trial.
CO Rev Stat § 18-5-102 (2016) (1) A person commits forgery, if, with intent to defraud, such person falsely makes, completes, alters, or utters a written instrument which is or purports to be, or which is calculated to become or to represent if completed:
(d) A public record or an instrument filed or required by law to be filed or legally fileable in or with a public office or public servant;
Forgery is a class 5 felony.
A thorough examination of James Hartman’s Felony Forgery (§ 18-5-102), First Degree Perjury (§ 18-8-502), and Uttering a forged document (§ 18-5-102(3)) in support, appears HERE.
Jared Polis, the current Governor of the State of Colorado, provably has the authority to issue an Executive Order, commanding Attorney General Phil Weiser to initiate an investigation, and, if the facts support prosecution, criminally prosecute any individuals whose actions caused the false incarceration, and conviction by perjured testimony and forged evidence of Buckley for ‘Retaliation Against a Judge’, in 2014. There is no Statute of Limitations on Forgery.
It is unclear at this time, despite the preponderance of evidence against Judge James Hartmann, whether Governor Polis will continue to act in criminal conspiracy with the corrupt Colorado Judiciary as did former Governor John Hickenlooper, or if he will stand up for a citizen stripped of his 14th Amendment Rights, and abused by corrupt officials caught in crime.
Governor Jared Polis could not be reached for comment.