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Federal Judges Who Fix Cases and Court Officials Who Cover Up Case Fixing are Domestic Terrorists


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It is high time that we as a country finally come to the realization that our federal judiciary is infested with judicial terrorists who have been and continue to be on a mission to deprive “we the people” of our rights. Yes, indeed, there are actually federal statutes in place that criminalize judges who choose to violate the laws of the United States. These statutes are as follows:

Why Is The U.S. Court Administration So Secretive About Judge Michael S. Kanne?


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We have a very serious problem in the county with judicial malfeasance issues which are being swept under the rug by federal court officials at every turn.  Case in point is what is currently taking place in the U.S. Court of Appeals in Chicago and the federal judiciary’s protectionism of case fixing.

The Three Honest Lawyers in America Who Are Not Afraid to Confront and Expose Judicial Corruption


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Anybody and everybody who knows me or who has read my public writings knows that I am very critical of the legal profession and judiciary.  It goes without saying that generally speaking lawyers and judges have earned a reputation for unsavoriness and corruption.  History has taught us that lawyers and judges are a seedy bunch driven by money and power who routinely utilize dishonesty to achieve their goals of getting rich and powerful —at the expense of the regular people of society.  I have written extensively on legal and judicial malfeasance issues of which writings can be seen on the “Media” and “Blog” section of my website.  http://www.brianvukadinovich.com/.  I take no prisoners when I express myself on my feelings about the legal system and the judiciary’s corruption as can be seen in the interviews I have done on these topics in the “Media” section of my website.  Needless to say, malfeasance in the legal profession and corruption in the judiciary are topics that I feel very strongly about because of things that I have experienced in my personal and professional life —which has led me to devote the better part of my adult life to addressing this corruption. 

Josh Hawley & Marsha Blackburn Should Hold Corrupt Judges Just As Accountable As Child Porn Offender


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We now have another Senate Judiciary Committee hearing going on for the questioning of a U.S. Supreme Court nominee, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, who from most accounts is a very fair minded and even-tempered jurist, and extremely qualified for the position from most accounts.  Generally, when I write about judicial issues I keep political party affiliations out of the equation, but this time around I will have to make a bit of an exception since the Republicans, particularly Josh Hawley, a Republican Senator from Missouri, who is hell bent on attacking Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s record on crime, particularly on the judge’s record of sentencing child porn offenders to which Hawley has stated “a pattern of letting child porn offenders off the hook for their appalling crimes”.  But despite Howley’s rhetoric, a CNN review of the materials in question shows that Jackson has mostly followed the common judicial sentencing practices in these kinds of cases.  https://www.cnn.com/2022/03/18/politics/republican-attacks-scotus-nominee-sentencing-record/index.html.

Hey Dick Durbin and Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Where Are you Hiding?


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The old saying “money talks” is no more true anywhere than it is in the federal judiciary when it comes to cases involving corporations or business entities against individuals, the judiciary overwhelmingly sides in favor of business, where case fixing is not the exception, but the rule.  When it is corporate money that is doing the talking, the federal judges are indeed listening.  https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/posteverything/wp/2017/06/26/why-big-business-keeps-winning-at-the-supreme-court/https://reason.com/volokh/2021/03/09/testifying-on-whats-wrong-with-the-supreme-court-the-big-money-assault-on-our-judiciary/.  The late-great Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg tried to tell us something when she said that business clients “can pay for the best counsel money can buy” and indeed they very often get what they pay for.  https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2018/07/big-business-keeps-winning-at-the-supreme-court/564260/.

The "Stench" of the Seventh Circuit Under Chief Judge Diane S. Sykes


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In the oral argument on December 1, 2021, on the issue of the 2018 Mississippi abortion law, Justice Sonia Sotomayor asked “Will this institution survive the stench that this creates in the public perception that the Constitution and its reading are just political acts?  I don’t see how it is possible.”  This made me think about the “stench” that is currently taking place in the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in Chicago under the questionable leadership of Chief Judge Diane S. Sykes, who is currently involved in protecting a judge, Michael S. Kanne, from verifiable allegations of case fixing activity, which Sykes is attempting to sweep under the rug.  The “stench” is very strong.

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