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Christine Morrison joins us this evening to discuss her book, Judicial Criminals, a treatise on the abuse of the judiciary.  The obscene levels of abuse she experienced, which is well documented in her book, speaks volumes about the ongoing corruption in what is supposed to be the judicial system.  Many times the biggest criminal in the room is wearing that black robe.

 Buy Judicial Criminals here

Judicial Criminals The greatest fraud upon American society America's Legal System

My story documents Michigan family court judges’ abuse of power and blowing the whistle on the connivance between power and politics.  In  Kirby v Mich High Sch Athletic Ass’n, 459 Mich 23, 40; 585 NW2d 290 (1998), (noting that “[a] party must obey an order entered by a court with proper jurisdiction, even if the order is clearly incorrect, or the party must face the risk of being held in contempt”)—–THAT INCLUDES

LOSING YOUR LIFE  (suicides -Thomas Ball (Boston Globe)/bench warrant- Walter Scott), LIBERTIES and PROPERTY, ILLEGALLY (facts 1-6)

Macomb County Circuit Court, Family Court entered a non-consented to “settlement agreement” (3- judgments) and illegally subjected me to parental alienation, unjust/inappropriate child support enforcement, bench warrants (no bond), the loss of my home and all contents, professional licenses, retirement accounts by an attorney malpractice trial, and life savings for parental rights. This non-consented to “settlement agreement”

(3- judgments) should be void ab initioMichigan Democratic State Representative Stone read my book and responded on November 19, 2019: “With that all said, it is still well documented that either recourse is an uphill, and sometimes impossible, battle for a person when looking for judicial recourse and is in need of reform.”