Thanks For Your Response On Behalf Of Governor Rick Scott

 


Dear Mr. Davis,

Thanks for your response on behalf of Governor Rick Scott.  I believe that there is a misunderstanding in the petition that I and over 40 people have already signed. We believe that it is one of the Governor’s duties to help protect the religious freedoms of Floridians.

All we are asking is for Governor Scott and Florida Attorney General to open an independent investigation to protect the religious freedoms of Floridians. We want to make sure that what happened to me and my children does not happen to others in our state, and for that, as for now, more than 40 citizens have agreed that it is imperative that your office intervenes on my and their behalf.

Unfortunately, as attested by my case, requesting the Florida Judicial Qualifications Commission (FJQC) to investigate judicial misconduct such as the one perpetrated against the religious freedoms of Floridians is like asking the fox to take care of the hen house.  In hopes of preventing the disaster that transpired in my case, I sent the following complaint to the FLORIDA JUDICIAL QUALIFICATIONS COMMISSION about Judge Pedro Echarte, but they unbelievably found no fault with Judge Echarte’s actions.

If you ask them, everything is “fine and dandy” in our anti-Family, anti-Christian court system today.  While judges who are clearly anti-Christian, and anti-Family, are actively teaching our children that is perfectly “normal” for male judges to marry other male judges such as in my case Judge Bernstein did,  (miamiherald.typepad.comgaylife.about.comwww.jud11.flcourts.orgwww.flickr.com), the same judges are blatantly violating our Florida constitution by trying to silence the votes of millions in Florida who voted on keeping the traditional definition of marriage as the union of a man and a woman, and are violating our religious rights by saying that it is somehow wrong for Christian parents to pray for their children anything that has the word “devil or spirit” in it.

If this were true, we would probably have to edit about half of the Bible.  For where there is a God who is the creator of all that is good, there is a devil, who is the creator of all that is evil.  This is what I taught my son, Mario Simon, when he came crying back from school after having learned for the first time about the attacks of 911.  He could not understand at his young age the reason behind such evil.  I explained to him using the same verses that I was accused of using to scare him, Ephesians 6:11-18, that this evil did not come from God but from his enemy, the devil.  My son understood this concept very well that even when I was being falsely accused of trying to scare him, we legally recorded a conversation I had with him denying that I ever tried to scare him, please see here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFlgcp3Gkg0&feature=youtu.be

As by now should be clear, these judges’ actions are clearly prophetic for they call evil good and good evil: “Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; Who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness; Who substitute bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!” (Isaiah 5:20). The United States is a nation founded on Christian principle for this reason God has blessed it as the greatest nation the world has ever seen. Christian men and women all around Florida, and the U.S.A. are opening the eyes to importance of our Christian values and are uniting to send a strong message to the world that we are “one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” And, because of such valiant men and women, we are about to see the greatest spiritual revival the world has ever seen.

Please, send our regards to Governor Scott. Tell him that we are keeping him and our government authorities in our prayers, and that we know that he will do the right thing in this case.  Thanks in advance for his help and support protecting the religious freedom of Floridians.

Regards,

Mario A. Jimenez, M.D.
5700 SW 127 Ave. #1316
Miami, Fl 33183

On Friday, August 1, 2014 8:54 AM, Governor Rick Scott <Rick.Scott@eog.myflorida.com> wrote:
Thank you for contacting Governor Rick Scott’s Office.  Although we appreciate your concerns, as indicated in the email from the Florida Department of Legal Affairs, the Florida Constitution limits the Governor’s intervention in matters that should be resolved through the court system.  

If you are unhappy with a ruling or feel a case has not been handled according to the law, you should speak with an attorney about what appellate procedures may be available.  

If you need assistance in locating an attorney, please call the Florida Bar’s Referral Service at 1-800-342-8011.  For those unable to afford a lawyer, Florida Legal Services or your local legal aid office has information about the availability of pro bono counsel.  The main telephone number for Florida Legal Services is 850-385-7900.

Allegations of judicial misconduct are handled by the Judicial Qualifications Commission (JQC).  The commission considers situations where it is alleged that a judge’s personal conduct and behavior violated the Code of Judicial Conduct.  All complaints must be put in writing.  To contact the Commission, please use the information provided below.

Judicial Qualifications Commission
Post Office Box 14106
Tallahassee, Florida 32317
(850) 488-1581

Thank you again for writing.

Sincerely,

Warren Davis
Office of Citizen Services
Executive Office of the Governor

—–Original Message—–
From: Mario Jimenez [mailto:marioaj01@yahoo.com
Sent: Saturday, July 26, 2014 10:32 PM
To: Governor Rick Scott
Subject: Fw: From Attorney General Pam Bondi

Open Response to Attorney General and Governor Scott:

Dear  Miss. Bailey, Attorney General Bondi, and Governor Scott,

Thank you for your prompt reply to my e-mail.  I believe that there has been a misunderstanding in my petition to intervene on behalf of protecting the religious freedom of Floridians.  This is not about a simple child custody case, as it might be misinterpreted at first sight, but about a violation of the religious freedom of Floridians that could potentially affect thousands upon thousands of families that believe in some form of God in our state.

Our forefathers foresaw the challenges inherent to our democracy, and inspired by God Almighty, designed a system of checks an balances, in the form of the Executive, Legislative and Judicial powers to ensure the protection of its citizens and their God given rights; two of which include the freedom of speech and of religion, and which are at serious jeopardy in our state by a new form of tyranny imposed by our Family Court system.

As my case clearly exemplifies, but is only one of many out there, some judges have decided to reinterpret or blatantly ignore the laws of the land, and are imposing their own personal views as new laws, negatively affecting the citizens that you have sworn to protect.  As of July 26, 2014, twenty other citizens in our state have signed our petition, and agree with me that these abuses have gone too far.  And, I am sure that hundreds of thousands of other citizens in our state agree with me, and many of them will soon be contacting your office to request your firm action on their behalf.

In the mean time, we are also working on a more permanent solution to protect Floridians from the abuse of some of these judges in the form of a constitutional amendment that would require circuit judges to appear in the general ballots for a confidence vote.

However, in the not too distant future, governor Rick Scott will be facing former governor Charlie Crist, and Floridians know where former governor Crist stands: “it is the checks and balances built into America’s republican form of government that keeps the nation strong and he is committed to preserving the balance between the three branches of government”…“it is up to all Floridians to address the state’s problems” …“Making sure that if we see an injustice, we try to stop it. If we see somebody that needs help, we give it. We need to do what we can to ensure that social justice is done and that  Florida  – our dear blessed  Florida — leads the way.”  In a year in which our future governor will be decided, I am sure that governor Scott will step up to the plate and will protect the religious freedom of Floridians. Governor Scott will not merely speak about it, but will actually act on these basic truths, and as such will not only receive my support, but that of many in the God loving community.

May God bless you, and may God’s Grace be always with you and your families.

Mario A. Jimenez, M.D.
5700 SW 127 Ave. #1316
Miami, Fl 33183
www.SayNoToPAS.com <http://www.saynotopas.com/
www.NewJudge.com <http://www.newjudge.com/

    On Wednesday, July 23, 2014 1:05 PM, “attorney.general@myfloridalegal.com” <attorney.general@myfloridalegal.com> wrote:
  
        Dr. Jimenez, 
        
        Thank you for contacting the Florida Attorney General’s Office regarding your ongoing concerns with the child custody case involving your children. Attorney General Bondi asked that I respond.
        
        I am sorry you have been unable to resolve your concerns; however, as you are aware, court rulings in Florida relating to divorce and child custody, visitation, and support matters are made under the jurisdiction of the judicial system. As part of the executive branch of government, the Attorney General has no authority to supersede or circumvent the actions of the judicial branch. Further, by law, our office may not represent private citizens in legal disputes, nor give individual legal advice or opinions. 
        
        Dr. Jimenez, you should contact and continue to work with a private attorney if you need legal guidance concerning these issues or any other legal matters. If you need help finding an attorney in Florida, The Florida Bar offers a Lawyer Referral Service toll-free at (800)342-8011 and online at:
        
        http://www.floridabar.org/divpgm/lronline.nsf/wreferral6?OpenForm 
        
        Again, thank you for contacting Attorney General Pam Bondi. I wish you the best outcome for your family.
        
        Sincerely,
        Beverly Bailey
        Office of Citizen Services
        Florida Attorney General’s Office
        PL-01, The Capitol
        Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1050
        Telephone: (850) 414-3990
        Toll-free within Florida: (866) 966-7226
        Website: www.myfloridalegal.com
        
        PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS E-MAIL. THIS ADDRESS IS FOR PROCESSING ONLY.
        
        To contact this office please visit the Attorney General’s website at www.myfloridalegal.com and complete the on-line contact form. Again, thank you for contacting the Office of the Florida Attorney General.
        ________________________________________________________________________
        
        Posted Date: 07/20/2014 10:26:18 PM
        From: Mario Jimenez <saynotopas@gmail.com>
        To: pam.bondi@myfloridalegal.com
        Subject: Petition To Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and Governor Rick Scott
        
        Dear Attorney General, and Governor Scott
        
        I am writing to petition your intervention to investigate and protect the parental religious freedom of Floridians.  
        
        On July 20th, 2012, Dr. Jimenez’ two older children (please see details here: http://saynotopas.com <http://saynotopas.com/> ) were removed from his shared equal custody solely based on his religious right to pray with his minor children. 
        
        A series of Judicial anomalies have allowed this terrible form of abuse, and I believe that the intervention of your office is well warranted in this case because the actions perpetrated against Dr. Jimenez’ religious rights set a very dangerous precedent against Florida residents who could face losing this most basic right if your office does not intervene on his and his children’s behalf.  
        
        I believe that the legal ramifications set forth by this case pose a very dangerous legal precedent against Christians, Jewish, Muslims, and parents of all faiths, in violation of one of the most important rights in our nation, and as such, I am hereby petitioning your intervention in this case.  
        
        I would like to thank you in advance for your help on behalf of Dr. Jimenez and his minor children, and look forward to hearing back from you.
        
        Best regards,
        
       
        —
        Mario Jimenez
5700 SW 127 Ave. #1316
Miami, Fl 33183
        marioaj01@yahoo.com
        ________________________________________________________________________
        
        From: attorney.general@myfloridalegal.com
        To: MARIOAJ01@YAHOO.COM 
        Subject: From Attorney General Pam Bondi
        Date: 08/13/2013 11:37:13 AM 

        Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi received your most recent email regarding your ongoing concerns with the child custody case involving your children. 
        
        Attorney General Bondi asked that I respond, and I am sorry to learn of your ongoing difficulties with this issue. However, as stated in our previous reply dated 08/01/2013, as part of the executive branch of government, the Attorney General has no authority to supersede or circumvent the actions of the judicial branch. If you have concerns about a decision by a judge or about the outcome of a court case, you should contact and work with a private attorney. 
        
        I also understand that the DCF has closed it’s case. However, I am again forwarding your correspondence directly to the DCF Office of Inspector General and DCF’s Children’s Legal Services Southern Regional Director in Miami-Dade County. 
        
        Since the Attorney General’s Office is not at liberty to directly intervene on your behalf to resolve the issue, again, I can only suggest you continue to seek the services of a private attorney for any legal guidance you may need. The Florida Bar offers a Lawyer Referral Service which you may contact toll-free at (800) 342-8060, and the Florida Bar’s website is: http://www.floridabar.org/. <http://www.floridabar.org/>  
        
        Dr. Jimenez, thank you again for contacting Attorney General Bondi’s Office. I trust you will understand our duties are prescribed by law and our ability to intervene is not due to a lack of concern but rather a lack of jurisdiction. 
        
        Sincerely,
        Beverly Bailey
        Office of Citizen Services
        Florida Attorney General’s Office
        PL-01, The Capitol
        Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1050
        Telephone: (850) 414-3990
        Toll-free within Florida: (866) 966-7226
        Website: www.myfloridalegal.com