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A Surefire Way to Remove Bad Judges from the Bench

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Published by Brian Vukadinovich – October 31, 2021

The state and federal judiciaries are very immoral and corrupt. While there are some honest judges, they are few and far between. The truth be told if there was a way to show the dishonest practices and the “under the table” money shenanigans that are going on, there would be a lot of judges in prison. The reason there are not that many judges in prison is because the judiciary has built-in protections making it extremely difficult to impossible for people to prove what is happening—and law enforcement simply isn’t interested in exposing it. It’s just the sad reality and sad truth. We should have learned long ago from Operation Greylord, a federal sting operation from the 1980s into the Cook County Courts in Chicago, that there are many judges who are on the take and that there is a great need to investigate the goings on in the judiciary.

There is no question that Operation Greylord was just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the seriousness of this problem, a problem that haunts us to this day, but a problem that is essentially unmonitored and unchecked unfortunately. The federal sting operation in the Chicago court system proved that there are many corrupt judges and public officials who are dishonest or outright criminals, which resulted in prison time: ninety-two officials were indicted including seventeen judges, forty-eight lawyers, eight policemen, ten deputy sheriffs, eight court officials and one state legislator. Nearly all were convicted with most of them pleading guilty.

And then after that sting operation was over, it has been business as usual again. If the feds were truly interested in judicial integrity, it would conduct more sting operations as it did in Greylord, but the feds aren’t at all interested in stepping on the comfort level of the corrupt judges that permeate the judiciary. I am sure there is a reason for that. I will leave it up to you to come to your own conclusion as to why there are no sting operations in the judiciary.

If there is a profession in this country that warrants taking a yearly polygraph exam—a lie detector test—it is the judicial profession. Every state and federal judge in the United States should be required to take a yearly polygraph test in order to safeguard the public from malfeasance within the judiciary. It should be a condition of employment for all judges. Doing so would go a long way towards “disinfecting the swamp.” The American Polygraph Association sets the standards for testing and maintains that polygraphs are “highly accurate” citing an accuracy rate above 90 percent. Polygraph tests are used by law enforcement in criminal investigations, by federal agencies to screen potential employees and for probation officers to supervise sex offenders. And yet while government agencies use polygraph tests which have an accuracy rate of above 90 per cent, it is mind-boggling that the judicial system won’t allow polygraph tests to be allowed into evidence.  READ MORE

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

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Marti Oakley (c)copyright 2011 All Rights Reserved

I have been asked once again to repost this article I originally wrote in 2011. Here we are ten years later and nothing has changed except for the fact that the corruption is so rampant, so obvious that as a country we are foundering on the edge of collapse due in large part to nothing more than the judicial system itself is a publicly recognized criminal racket.

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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

TS Radio with David Sheid: The criminals on the Bench

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David Sheid joins the show to talk with us about a magistrate in Michigan who had him plucked from his seat in the courtroom, arrested, and hauled two counties away to a court friendly sheriff’s department.

Why? You ask?  David had encountered this judge previously over a fraudulent speeding ticktet.  In fact, David had documented the abuse of the court on numerous ocassions.  This same judge recognized David as he sat among other “court watchers”.  He had not spoken to anyone.  He had not caused any kind of disturbance.

What was David eventually charged with?  Tune in and find out!  Corruption in our courtroom is never more evident than when court is in session and a black robed criminal is calling the shots.  The law be damned!  These courts have nothing to do with the law, nothing to do with your rights.

Ask any judge in the country……the law is what they say it is, even if they have to lie, or make up a new one on the spot.

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