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TS Radio: Katherine Hine …Who’s Judging the Judges? Corruption in our courts!

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Gust: Katherine Hine, host of 3 weekly broadcasts on www.wljaradio.net,

Katherine Hine The corruption in our courts has become so epidemic, so wide-spread and engrained, that our courts are the last place to find justice.  Join us this evening as Katherine Hine of wlja radio  in Ohio joins the show to discuss just who is judging the judges?

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Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers looks the other way

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The piece below is the response to one posted on Trekking Toward TheTruth (TTTT) regarding the engrained corruption in the judiciary.

“For example, in the Probate and Bankruptcy courts, the respective Guardian Ad Litem and the Trustee are appointed by the judge. It’s a judge/attorney alliance that cannot be defeated, which means that the appointed attorney can “misappropriate (court terminology for stealing)” as much as he or she can get away with.”

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As the article points out, legal jujitsu and/or legal manipulations, friendships and politics, blur the lines of real justice in America.

Almost every attorney at one time or another has had a judge issue a “rigged” decision for motives that are never revealed and never will be.

The “rules” are really not the “rules” applied to everyone. Despite Rule 3:07, the Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers looks the other way depending on who and how much is involved.

One of the best examples (there are many) of the Board’s negligence would be the Morris Goldings’ money laundering and theft of client funds of approximately $17 million, “arising out of eleven cases or matters.” The “eleven cases or matters” occurred over a period of approximately seven years. What did the Board do about the complaints against Goldings over that seven year period? Where was the oversight? Despite the judge’s order for restitution, not one dime showed up. Who were the beneficiaries of this theft? Who paid? The Massachusetts taxpayers. What was Goldings’ penalty? Soft time of approximately two years in a Florida “country club” federal prison. That would be about $8 million per year that Goldings “earned” during his physical and mental rehabilitation period in the warm Florida sunshine.

Every reasonable person in America knows or should know that there is no such thing as “equal justice under the law,” and that the alleged “rule of law” applies to some and not for others.

If you have no money, no status and no connections, how or why would anyone expect “equal justice?” What court of law is concerned with “equal justice?”

If you are being framed and/or retaliated against by the U.S. Attorney’s office for refusing to participate in public corruption and/or criminal activity, what can you do about it? Nothing. Unless you have money for a proficient and courageous attorney, don’t expect real justice from the federal court.

Based on my direct knowledge, certain judges have decided that pro se litigants shall remain defenseless and their verified facts and evidence mean nothing against the false claims of a corrupt assistant United States attorney.

As another example of “court justice”, the state Probate and federal Bankruptcy courts across America are used by predatory attorneys to separate middle and working class hard working people from their full inheritance and other money, by any means necessary. Prima facie fraudulent pleadings mean nothing to some judges. These two courts are, perhaps, the two biggest criminal operations in America, yet the pattern and practice of pure thievery are allowed to continue.

America talks the best justice the world has ever known. The reality is much different.

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David vs Goliath: The people versus a corrupt judiciary

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Ron Branson
VictoryUSA@jail4judges.org

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“Us small guys, the “David’s” are simply not heard. Yet, I hear naive People clamoring, “We need to reach the media.” They do not realize that the media is their enemy. They also clamor for the attention of Congress, not realizing that they too are their enemy. “…

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The people versus a corrupt judiciary……..

Whether one is a Bible reader, or not, they are more than likely to be familiar with the account of David v. Goliath. Even the most ardent atheist can enter an opinion regarding David and Goliath. Basically, this Biblical account found in I Samuel 17 is about the small and insignificant verses the mighty and the judge_deespowerful. Such is the situation today more than at any previous moment in time.

Beginning the early eighties I decided to take on the big and the powerful by taking action against the corrupt government within the County of Los Angeles. It did not take long to discover why government corruption proliferated within the County of Los Angeles, and that was because all of the corruption in the government was being covered up by the Los Angeles County judges. Unknown to me, I did not realize that basically all judges in Los Angeles County were on the take. I even had the naivety to believe that when I got to the Courts of Appeal, the justices would swallow their Adam’s Apple out of disbelief at what was happening in the court below them, and that they would straighten everything out. More

Corruption of the judiciary: Where do we go for help?

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Marti Oakley (c)copyright 2011 All Rights Reserved

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The routine exclusion of evidence, the statements by more than one judge to the effect that the law is what they say it is, and, that in their court they don’t want to hear about your rights, should have us all demanding an investigation.

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Since posting my article on the current condition of our judicial system, I have received numerous emails and phone calls from individuals across the country.  Based on these continuing communications I have concluded that the average citizen is in far more danger stepping into a court room of any kind, than from any commonly recognized criminal activity on the street.  At least with a street criminal you stand a chance of defending yourself.

Many of the people who contacted me spoke of going so far as to meet with the FBI in the hopes of getting an investigation launched into the criminal conduct of not only judges, but also of state agency actors who, acting under the auspices of their offices repeatedly violated not only the law but the civil and lawful rights of individuals.  Many of these actors believe they are immune from prosecution due to the office they hold.  While the office itself may be immune, the individual occupying it can be held personally liable under a constitutional tort. This can be intentional or negligent.  These tort claims hold the official directly and personally responsible for their actions; which is exactly why “tort reform” is high on the agenda of things to get done, in the District of Criminals.  http://www.law.harvard.edu/students/orgs/crcl/vol38_2/park.pdf

In absolutely every case, without exception, of those who approached the FBI in their respective states, a stock answer was delivered to those hopeful for some kind of help from this agency.  That answer is:  More

Predatory Guardians: How Courts are Allowing Professional Guardians to Rob Your Assets

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Guest Author: Angela V. Woodhull, Ph.D.,

licensed private investigator and author of Police Communication in Traffic Stops and Private Investigation Strategies and Techniques

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“Law enforcement agents, social workers, and judges have all been trained to maintain a watchful eye over exploitative family members.  Yet no one seems to be guarding the guardians.   Family members have complained to local law enforcement, the state attorneys’ office, and even the F.B.I. “

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Marie Long was worth $1.3 million when she suffered a stroke and came under the “protection” of a professional guardian.  Three short years later, she is penniless and subsisting off of a meager social security pension and Medicaid.

  • Louise A. Falvo, 91, had accumulated nearly one million dollars when she was placed under a guardianship that was commenced with a forgery of her daughter’s signature by a probate attorney.   Within three months, Louise A. Falvo was dead.  Two and a half years later, the guardianship remains open.  The guardian and her attorneys have, to date, been awarded by the judge more than $350,000.00 of Falvo’s estate—“to benefit the ‘ward’”—who is deceased.
  •  Corretta Brown was placed under guardianship when the Department of Children and Families discovered that her home was uninhabitable.  Today, Brown is deceased, her assets have disappeared (more than $100,000.00), and all of her debts—totaling more than $75,000.00 in nursing home costs, remain unpaid.  The professional guardian, it was discovered, was not  licensed and has since fled the state of Florida with Brown’s assets.
  • Marie Sandusky signed a power of attorney to guarantee that her beloved daughter, and not her rejected son, would manage her financial affairs and health care directives.  Today, Sandusky has a court-appointed guardian who has spent more than $300,000.00 of Sandusky’s money in attorney’s fees.  The reason?  Sandusky’s rebuked son hired an attorney and together they made false allegations against Sandusky’s beloved daughter.  As the “wheels of justice” move forward, Sandusky’s money is legally used to fund the frivolous feud.
  • Debra Duffield, 58, has been under the control of a professional guardian for the last four years.  She was only 54 years old when an involuntary guardianship was petitioned against her by a professional guardian who gleefully discovered (tipped off by a social worker) Duffield’s substantive worth when Duffield was hospitalized for anorexia and a broken hip.   During the last four years, the vast majority of her assets have been converted to attorney and guardian fees.  Duffield, who was diagnosed as merely bipolar, had allegedly been financially exploited by a friend—hence, the rationale for the guardianship.  She is confined to a nursing home without rehabilitation .   She sits in a bed, smelling of urine and fecal matter, watching television.  The guardian and her attorney regularly and steadfastly  bill her account for merely “reading her file” or checking on the latest whereabouts of her former girlfriend.  Soon, Duffield, who once owned a fabulous house complete with expensive antiques, valuable imported rugs and fine paintings, will be penniless.

When you hear the word “professional guardian,” what do you think?   Do you think of someone who protects the elderly?  Assists them with their daily needs?  Guarantees they are protected from financial exploitation and physical neglect?

Think again.  More

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