Finding Fascists: Supreme Court of the United States (@SCOTUS #SCOTUS) – Hunting Hitler. [Buck v. Bell (1927) 274 U.S. 200 (No. 292) 143 Va. 310 and Stump v. Sparkman (1978) 435 U.S. 349 (No. 76-1750)]

The Case Against The Supreme Court (Erwin Chemerinsky)
Finding Fascists: Supreme Court of the United States (@SCOTUS #SCOTUS) – Hunting Hitler. [Buck v. Bell (1927) 274 U.S. 200 (No. 292) 143 Va. 310 and Stump v. Sparkman (1978) 435 U.S. 349 (No. 76-1750)]

In the book by attorney

Erwin Chemerinsky

The Case Against The Supreme Court

pgs. 1 – 5

he points out that in the

Supreme Court of the United States (@SCOTUS #SCOTUS)

case of

Buck v. Bell (1927)

in an 8-1 decision

United States Supreme Court

Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.

of

Harvard Law School

out-Hitlered Hitler and Fascist Nazi Germany

when the Supreme Court decided that it was acceptable for a natural person to lie about another natural person so that that an operation was performed:

surgically sterilizing her without her consent or knowledge as to the true nature of the surgery being done

The U.S. Supreme Court decided that this deception was NOT

“cruel and unusual punishment”

and because of the decision by the court

by 1935

more than

twenty-thousand (20,000)

forced sterilizations

(nearly half in California)

and in Lynchburg, Virginia,

four thousand (4,000)

involuntarily surgically sterilized

up until 1972

According to attorney John G. Browning

“Over 60,000 Americans nationwide were subjected to

salpingectomies

[the removal of one or both of a woman’s fallopian tubes]

vasectomies

or

castrations”

The Supreme Court of the U.S.

had the opportunity to overturn this decision that happened to Carrie Buck in Lynchburg, Virginia, but did not, leaving this as the law of the land

On pgs. 15 – 17

in July 1971

in DeKalb County, Indiana,

Judge Stump

had a mother request that he authorize her daughter be sterilized, and the judge did so without any inquiry on his part as to if what the mother was claiming about her daughter was true or not, authorized the sterilation without the consent and knowledge of the daughter, Linda Sparkman, being told the true nature of the surgery

In 1978

the Supreme Court did what one might expect, and cloaked Judge Stump with “immunity,” in

Stump v. Sparkman

in a 5-4 decision

because why should a judge be expected to make sure all parties affected by a decision the judge makes which affects them, are being truthful and have consented and have knowledge of what the judge is authorizing ?

After all, if you’re living in a totalitarian, fascist, oligarchy, why should you expect justice in America ?
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[PDF]Buck v. Bell: Supreme Court Opinion – Princeton University
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5-2-1927
Buck v. Bell: Supreme Court Opinion
http://scholarworks.gsu.edu/
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https://www.princeton.edu/~ereading/Buck%20v.%20Bell_%20Supreme%20Court%20Opinion.pdf
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Buck v. Bell
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274 U.S. 200
Buck v. Bell (No. 292)
Argued: April 22, 1927
Decided: May 2, 1927
143 Va. 310, affirmed
Syllabus
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https://www.law.cornell.edu/supremecourt/text/274/200
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Eugenics in Virginia: Buck v. Bell and Forced Sterilization |
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[1.1] Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. in Buck v. Bell. “It is better for all the world, if instead of waiting to
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http://exhibits.hsl.virginia.edu/eugenics/
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Buck v. Bell (1927) – Encyclopedia Virginia
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In Buck v. Bell, decided on May 2, 1927, the U.S. Supreme Court, by a vote of 8 to 1, affirmed the constitutionality of
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http://www.encyclopediavirginia.org/buck_v_bell_1927
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“Three Generations of Imbeciles Are Enough” – Genomics Law Report
http://www.genomicslawreport.com › index.php
Jun 25, 2009
So wrote Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. in Buck v. Bell, a 1927 Supreme court case upholding a
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http://www.genomicslawreport.com/index.php/2009/06/25/three-generations-of-imbeciles-are-enough/
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Buck v. Bell – EugenicsArchive
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In the Buck vs. Bell decision of May 2, 1927, the United States Supreme Court upheld a Virginia statute that provided for
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http://www.eugenicsarchive.org/html/eugenics/static/themes/39.html
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Buck v. Bell (1927) | The Embryo Project Encyclopedia
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Feb 27, 2015
In 1927, the US Supreme Court case Buck v. Bell set a legal precedent that states may sterilize
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https://embryo.asu.edu/pages/buck-v-bell-1927
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Buck v. Bell: A Case Study – Binghamton
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Dec 4, 2014
Buck v. Bell
274 U.S. 200, 201
No. 292
US Supreme Ct.
1927
4. Buck v. Bell, 274 U.S. 200, 201, No.
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https://www.binghamton.edu/history/resources/journal-of-history/buck-vs-bell.html
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Eugenics, the Supreme Court and Buck v. Bell
buckvbell.com
Bell. “Three Generations, No Imbeciles” is a chronicle of the 1927 Supreme Court case Buck v. Bell, which approved
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http://buckvbell.com/
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Stump v. Sparkman :: 435 U.S. 349 (1978) :: Justia U.S. Supreme
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Sparkman
435 U.S. 349 (1978)
Stump v. Sparkman
No. 76-1750
Argued January 10, 1978
Decided March 28, 1978
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https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/435/349/case.html
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STUMP v. SPARKMAN | FindLaw
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United States Supreme Court
STUMP v. SPARKMAN, (1978)
No. 76-1750
Argued: January 10, 1978
Decided: March
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http://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-supreme-court/435/349.html
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