Arizona Supreme Court Disciplinary Judge William J. O’Neil’s Oath of Office Proves Fake

Arizona Supreme Court Disciplinary Judge William J. O’Neil's Oath of Office Proves Fake

Arizona Supreme Court Disciplinary Judge William J. O’Neil’s Oath of Office Proves Fake

Salary and pension of Arizona Supreme Court Disciplinary Judge William J. O’Neil at jeopardy of being stopped? Clip Artist Films obtained a legally served document copy by process server against the Arizona State Personnel Board, dated April 5, 2021. The document entitled as a “Demand Letter”, requested to stop all salary and pension paid to O’Neil. Star Moffatt and investigative journalist with Moffatt Media researched, compiled and carefully preserved the documents proving O’Neil is in actuality an unconstitutionally seated judge due to lack of a valid Oath of Office, which proves fraudulent. Importantly, the letter legally served upon the Arizona Personnel Board asks for a referral of O’Neil to law enforcement for criminal prosecution alleging he’s impersonating a judicial official.

Moffatt was able to produce a 2017 forensic analysis submitted by Marcel B. Matley, Document and Handwriting Expert, that proves O’Neil’s Oath of Office is a fake-fraudulent document according to A.R.S. 38-231. Matley’s willing to testify in a court of law, stating he would “prepare appropriate court exhibits by which to illustrate and explain my observations, opinions and reasons.”

In 1988 Matley authored, “Forgery, detection and defense: A guidebook for the legal professional”, further giving special weight to his analysis and opinion. The nationally respected expert has been in practice since 1985 and certified by the National Association of Document Examiners since 2000. In the explosive forensic analysis, Matley concludes the Oath of Office is unsigned and an artifice when compared to standardized documents which are contemporaneous to O’Neil’s alleged oath and others obtained through the Arizona Secretary of State.

On January 3rd, 2011, Judge Robert M. Brutinel signed “Loyalty Oath of Office” referencing A.R.S. 38-231 in the document. The statute clearly states. “Any officer or employee who fails to take and subscribe to the oath or affirmation provided by this section within the time limits prescribed by this section is not entitled to any compensation until the officer or employee does so take and subscribe to the form of oath or affirmation prescribed by this section.” The appointment for Arizona Supreme Court Judge Brutinel became official on January 10th, 2011. Other documents obtained indicate the Oath of Office of Presiding Disciplinary Judge William J. O’Neil being administered just one day later on January 11th, 2011 by Honorable Rebecca White Berch.

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