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TS Radio Network: Whistleblowers! VA corruption is alive and well…just ask the Bozgoz’s

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Join us Thursday evening January 16 at 7:00 pm CST!

5:00 pm PST…6:00 pm MST…7:00 pm CST…8:00 pm EST

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Call in # 917-388-4520

Hosted by Marti Oakley

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Whistleblower’s is presented in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Annual Whistleblower’s Summit  in Washington D.C.

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Our guests:  Sue & Robert Bozgoz

The Robert Bozgoz whistleblower employment case is one of the worst examples of Veterans Administration retaliation and corruption ever.

This is a compelling story that shows how far a multi-billion dollar executive branch agency will go in their efforts to retaliate, intimidate, harass and terrorize an employee who dares to speak out.  After multiple court appearances, and then enduring deprivation of rights, illegal access to personal files, falsified statements on the record, conflict of interests with at least one judge, a failure of whistleblower protections, among many other rights and employment violations,…the Bozgoz’s continue to fight for their rights and benefits.

Tonight will focus on “jurisdiction”.

•Jurisdiction may be broken down into two categories: personal jurisdiction and subject matter jurisdiction.
•Subject matter jurisdiction:
Subject matter jurisdiction means that the court has the authority to hear the type of case or controversy initiated in its court. (Example: Stalking and Harassment See Statutes)
•Solution in Court:
•(1) Laws and Statute: the court must proceed exactly according to the law or statute under which it operates
•(2) Motion to Strike
•(3) SMJ Challenge (Go to the records)
•(4) Subpoena competent fact witnesses
•(5) Obtain a copy of the recording/transcripts
•(6)Affidavits
•(7)Request Reasonable Accommodations
•(8) Request Media
•(9)Request Testimony by phone
•(10) Request ADA Representatives
•(11) Be aware of Gaslighting
•Personal jurisdiction is the requirement that a given court have power over the defendant, based on minimum contacts with the forum.
•While litigating parties may waive personal jurisdiction, they cannot waive subject-matter jurisdiction.
•In federal court, under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, a motion to dismiss for lack of subject-matter jurisdiction is considered a favored defense and may be raised at any point in the litigation process, even if the parties had previously argued that subject-matter jurisdiction existed.

TS Radio Network: Whistleblowers! Judicial Criminals …The Greatest Fraud on American Society

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Join us Thursday evening January 9, 2020 at 7:00 pm CST!

5:00 pm PST…6:00 pm MST…7:00 pm CST…8:00 pm EST

Listen live (HERE)

Call in # 917-388-4520

Hosted by Marti Oakley

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Whistleblower’s is presented in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Annual Whistleblower’s Summit  in Washington D.C.

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Christine Morrison, author of “Judicial Criminals”  joins us this evening to talk about her book, which is available on Amazon.

Christine addresses the erosion of law in what was supposed to be our judicial system.  Having been exposed personally to the abuses of the courts, and the avoidance of actual law, she was subjected to fraudulent domestic court litigation. She realized it benefited only the best interests of court players…judges, attorneys, and others.

Available on Amazon

This is a story of perversion, criminality, and consequential social decomposition. It is a story of depraved, pathological minds using thuggery, weaponry, and unthinkable brutality to obtain selfish, illegal, and antisocial goals. It is a story of a uniquely American criminal conspiracy that even the mafia would envy. This is the story of the current tyrannical state of the American judicial system, how it has evolved itself into one of the most heinous, pernicious, and harmful criminal organizations in American history—and how those who comprise it—American judges—literally get away with murder. My story focuses on participants in modern American litigation, including me (Christine Morrison) and my captors and tormentors—American robed tyrants known as judges. I share the experience within this “systemic criminal enterprise” operated according to the craven desires of the “family law industry,”—yes—an industry. The industry is populated by “specialist” lawyers, judges, social workers, psychologists, cops, and their parasitic cadre of extortionists, fraudsters, and malingerers—who’s business model is identical to that of the mafia—use power, influence, fear, and intimidation to deplete the core of America—it’s young families—by manipulation of the machinery of American family courts. The thuggery is topped by community leaders, highly educated, well-known, and influential, yet mysteriously robed, skillfully, quiet: American judges.

 

 

 

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Medicare for All—No Care for You

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December 17th, 2019]

Contributor & author: Jane M. Orient, M.D., Executive Director of Association of American Physicians and Surgeons

Preview

  • Democrat presidential candidates are sparring over how much to expand Medicare. Should it be Medicare for all, for people over 50 and children, or for “all who want it”? Does “all” include veterans, Native Americans, and military dependents, who now have their own government program? Does it include everybody who happens to be in the country, legally or illegally? And do the benefits include just what today’s Medicare beneficiaries get, or everything the candidate can think of—dental, eyeglasses, hearing aids, mental health treatment, addiction treatment, “sex-change” surgery, etc.? Does it even include long-term care, which the Affordable Care Act had to discard because it was unaffordable?
  • Medicare for All means government-directed, corporate-managed care. The managed-care “insurance” cartel, giant hospital chains, and private-equity-owned medical practices will make sure that you get your flu shot (likely mandatory), your anti-tobacco lecture, your silver sneakers, your 15 profitable “preventative” drugs, cross-sex hormones, abortion on demand—and eventually your terminal sedation.
  • Beyond that, you’re on your own—if there are any private options left and if you still have any after-tax money.

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The Untouchables: Investigating South Carolina’s Judges

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This article was produced in partnership with The Post and Courier, which is a member of the ProPublica Local Reporting Network.

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A South Carolina lawmaker is proposing the most sweeping changes in two decades to the state’s magistrate system after an investigation by The Post and Courier and ProPublica exposed how politics and flawed oversight provided fertile ground for incompetence and corruption on the bench.

The legislation filed Wednesday by Sen. Tom Davis, a Beaufort Republican, would bolster the required legal training for magistrates who aren’t lawyers, increase protections for the many criminal defendants who appear before them and add a layer of scrutiny to magistrate appointments — posts that often go to politically connected insiders.

As the news organizations reported last month, South Carolina’s roughly 320 magistrates handle hundreds of thousands of cases each year, but most have never practiced law in their life; to qualify for nomination to the lower courts, applicants need only to earn an undergraduate degree and pass basic competency exams. As a result, these little-watched judges can sentence someone to jail for months or saddle them with thousands of dollars in fines, but have less required training than the state’s barbers or masseuses.  READ MORE HERE

PREDATORY GUARDIANSHIPS – Governor’s Appointee Marsha Kazarosian at Center of Alledged Retribution

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PREDATORY GUARDIANSHIPS – PROBATE & FAMILY COURTS

‘Evidently $7 Million Wasn’t Enough … They Needed to Try to Destroy Me’

Attorney Lisa Siegel Belanger Now Facing Loss of Law License for ‘Exposing Racketeering Ring that Preys on Seniors’

Governor’s Appointee Marsha Kazarosian at Center of Alleged Retribution

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by Lonnie Brennan

BOSTON − In an emotional speech before the Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers (BBO), Attorney Lisa Siegel Belanger gave as good as she got. Using her allotted 15 minutes she called out the actions of BBO member Attorney Marsha Kazarosian and the law firm Burns & Levinson for their “fabrication” and exaggeration of charges against her as “retaliation” for her exposure of their “racketeering ring which has preyed on seniors,” including her father, Marvin H. Siegel. The BBO seeks to strip Belanger of her license to practice for two years.

Belanger noted in her speech that despite five years of her filing complaints to the BBO against Attorney Kazarosian, the BBO refused to conduct any investigation against the powerful political figure (and Mass. Gov. Charlie Baker’s high-profile appointee). She also noted that both Kazarosian and BBO Chair Jeffrey R. Martin were absent from the hearing, and that she was again stripped of the opportunity to question her accusers. She pointed out that Martin serves as partner in the firm Burns and Levenson, a firm also at the center of Belanger’s complaint. (Yes, Belanger took on some of the most connected lawyers in Massachusetts.)

With no relief from the courts for years (fighting against those she documented as preying upon seniors), Belanger finally went public. Her case as well as the systemic draining of millions from her now deceased father’s accounts have been chronicled in a series of articles in The Boston Broadside. Belanger noted that while no actions were taken against Kazarosian, and no charges were ever taken against her, everything changed when her family’s plight became public.  READ MORE HERE

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