Corruption of the U.S. Legal System and All Things Related

A Leading Pro Se's Perspective of Our Corrupt Legal System


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DeSantis and Abbott Are Nutcases Destroying America with Cultural Divide


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I generally stay away from partisan politics, but as a very concerned retired educator, and also author, I feel impelled to speak out on some recent troubling events.  Michigan Senator Mallory McMorrow just recently gave one of the most compelling speeches I have ever heard when she blasted Michigan Senator Lana Theis who had made some very disparaging and uncalled for public comments about Senator McMorrow, who by all accounts is a wonderful person, wonderful legislator and most importantly, a wonderful parent.  Theis publicly stated that Mallory McMorrow wants to “groom and sexualize kindergartners”, a completely unfounded allegation.  Senator McMorrow’s speech struck a chord with me when she said “We will not let hate win”.  https://news.yahoo.com/michigan-sen-mallory-mcmorrow-blasts-212318458.html?fr=yhssrp_catchall.  Indeed there is a hate machine going on and it must be stopped.

Judges Who Lynch Peoples' Fundamental Right to Fairness Should Wear White Robes and Pointed Hoods


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For anybody who doubts the existence of corruption in the American justice system, even when it comes to a person’s freedom, I urge you to watch this very telling video of an actual hearing in a criminal court case in Utah where you will see with your own eyes and hear with your own ears the lying and falsification of the proceedings by the court officials. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrsuMLwH09A&t=473s.  The case involves Luis Sanchez, a person claiming his innocence but stabbed in the back by his own lawyers from the Salt Lake Legal Defender Association who were upset that he (Sanchez) resisted their pressure to plead guilty without ever receiving or reviewing video evidence that police had in their possession regarding a traffic stop matter.  The evidence was destroyed but Sanchez’s lawyers failed to bring it to the attention of the court.

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