Judge: Case # 13 “Executive inscription, which is not subject to execution”

About the book «JUDGE» “The Judge’s Book” – is a series of books that delve into the history of a judge’s work, encompassing their handling of various cases and decision-making processes. These books are based on real events extracted from the judge’s professional life and personal experiences. Case № 13 “Executive inscription, which is not subject to execution” This book is an important resource for anyone interested in a deeper understanding of the legal system and judiciary. It provides a detailed description of a case involving an executive order that is not subject to enforcement. The authors invite readers to delve into the intricacies of the judicial process, unraveling all the factors that led to the consideration of such a case. They shed light on the legal aspects, norms, and precedents related to this issue, revealing the complexity of the decision faced by the judge. The book offers an analysis of judicial practices and current court rulings concerning unenforceable executive orders. It assists readers in navigating complex legal issues and understanding the factors that influence decision-making in such cases. Whether you are a legal professional, student, lawyer, or simply have an interest in legal science, this book will provide you with a deeper understanding of the complex matters surrounding the examination of a case by a judge regarding an unenforceable executive order. It serves as an important source of information and analysis, helping to expand knowledge about judicial practices and processes taking place in the court.

Meet Sviatoslav Knyazevich

I was born on August 27, 1998, in Ukraine. I started first grade in 2005 and completed my schooling in 2014. From 2014 to 2018, I studied Law at a college. In 2018, I enrolled in university, majoring in Law. I completed my studies in 2020 and obtained a Master’s degree in Law. In 2022, I enrolled in university again and I am currently pursuing a second degree in Public Administration and Administration. Additionally, I work as a Court Assistant in a judiciary position. I am unmarried.


A riveting tale of revenge, survival and redemption, wrapped around an unlikely love story and set against an urban backdrop corrupted by bigotry and misogyny.

Following a racially motivated rape by three Ku Klux Klansmen, 12-year-old Desiree Devine vows revenge. After eight years of training, now a strikingly beautiful assassin, she accomplishes her mission.

Her campaign continues with solitary walks through dark city streets, hoping to be assaulted by men with bad intentions. Those entrapped by her spider’s web pay dearly for their efforts.

Surrounded by three white men one night, she’s rescued by Tony Marino, an Italian-American passerby. A stormy, up-and-down relationship ensues. Ultimately, as her rage matures into purposeful action, and as he begins to see the world through her eyes, they become a team.

Along the way, they encounter serial killers, wife-beaters, actual and would-be rapists, gangsters, crooked cops, a kidnapper and a pedophile priest, as well as numerous women in desperate need of their help. Beneath all the action, though, is the blossoming of a most unusual love story.

Silent Retribution Man


“Instead of Due Process, I give the Process that is Due”

Lionel Seaver has had it with the indecent, arrogant, rude, mean-spirited and for lack of more negative adjectives, pricks in today’s society. Its about time these people get what’s coming to them. And its not just about people who break the law either. It is not always against the law to be a prick, on the contrary, it is often rewarded. The jerks, bullies and greedy don’t go to jail. They use their power and possession to abuse people. Decency and kindness are often viewed a sign of weakness, a trait that can be taken advantage of . Where conscience and law fail to direct people to do the “right” thing, Seaver decides to step in and secretly and violently set them on a different course.

Seaver lost his family, job and identity in society. He embarks on a course to nevertheless create what he deems is a positive existence for himself as Silent Retribution Man. He accomplishes this by systematically stalking and beating people up who do anything from being rude to waiters, to scamming people out of money, to sexually harassing subordinates, to molesting children. Nothing too big or small, whoever has it coming is going to get it.

Lester Burnham in American Beauty was “an ordinary guy with nothing to lose,” Tyler Durden in Fight Club, once he lost “everything was free to do anything,” Seaver is all of the above, and wants to become the guy in the conclusion of the news story that beat the jerk up because he had it coming. The journey is long and Seaver is forced to confront his own conscience, sanity, and ultimately his mortality.