Fines against SIST duo upheld: Contempt order against CEO continues

The Shwano Leader, Wisconsin/May 16, 2012

A federal appeals judge last week upheld fines imposed by a U.S. Bankruptcy Court against an attorney representing a subsidiary of the Samanta Roy Institute of Science and Technology and the subsidiary's president.

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Nancy Dreher had fined attorney Rebekah Nett and her client, Naomi Isaacson, president of SIST subsidiary Yehud-Monosson USA Inc., for bigoted and anti-Catholic slurs in a court filing last November in the subsidiary's bankruptcy case in Minnesota.

Isaacson is also SIST chief executive officer. SIST and its subsidiaries own a number of properties in Shawano.

Nett and Isaacson appealed the $5,000 fines, but U.S. District Judge Joan Ericksen issued separate rulings Friday in the bankruptcy court's Continuing Contempt Order issued in January, which also led to a warrant being issued for her arrest. She has not yet been taken into custody.

The bankruptcy court found Isaacson in continuing civil contempt based upon her failure to produce documents and information. Ericksen agreed with the court ruling.

In Nett's appeal, Ericksen ruled Dreher did not abuse her discretion in sanctioning the attorney.

Nett said the comments in the filing – including phrases such as "black-robed bigot," "ignoramus, bigoted Catholic beasts," and "Catholic Knight Witch Hunter" – were written by Isaacson.

"The 'factual background' section of the memorandum contained numerous allegations of bigotry, deceit and conspiracy against Judge Dreher, Judge O'Brien, the Chapter 7 Trustee, the United States Trustee, and bankruptcy courts in general," Ericksen wrote in her ruling Friday.

Nett and Isaacson were ordered to show cause in bankruptcy court why they should not be fined for the statements in the November court filing.

Nett submitted a written response claiming that all of the statements in the November 25, 2011 motion were "supported by fact."

Nett's 26-page memorandum detailed what she called the "infiltration of our justice system" by "the Roman cult and their military arm – the Jesuit Order."

It alleged the Jesuits' involvement with, among other things, the African slave trade, the French Revolution, the American Civil War, Nazi Germany and the Holocaust, the Vietnam War, JFK assassination, terrorism in the U.S. and the sinking of the Titanic.

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