I filed a Petition with the US Supreme Court and learned….

The Supreme Court of the United States of America is CORRUPT!

YES, CORRUPT!  And if you take the time to read this petition, you’ll know this is a true statement.

I have been blogging about my case, which STARTED in Los Angeles Superior Court in 2012, and the legal system for several years now, and I have routinely avoided the term “corruption”.  Before I used that term, I wanted to make SURE, that I exhausted all of my “due process”, before I leveled such and indictment at our system.  I do NOT make this accusation lightly.

All of the benefit of the doubt I gave the system, is now gone.  All of the doubt I had about the system is gone.  I have uncovered sufficient evidence to show, the legal system is indeed corrupt.  With your help, in supporting my KICKSTARTER campaign, I will show the world, EXACTLY, how the “justice” system is rigged, for those who follow me on this journey, I’ll show you exactly what steps to take, to FIX IT.

Is every case rigged?  No.  Is every proceeding a sham?  No.  Is every ruling incorrect?  No.  They don’t HAVE to be.  What IS rigged, is the outcome of cases, where one party has power, and the other doesn’t.  THAT, I am sure of, and it has NOTHING to do with the quality of the attorney that is litigating the case.

A GOOD attorney knows how to settle a case quickly, so there is not real “litigation” work to be done, only settlement agreements, or, contracts.  That’s probably why, most of the attorneys I encountered didn’t know much about the details of the law.  That’s not intended to be an insult, it’s just the reality of the situation.  If you’re an attorney, who is litigating a medical malpractice case, the REAL work is done by medical expert witnesses.  Depending on what those witnesses say, or DON’T say, the attorney can negotiate a settlement amount for their client, and everyone goes home satisfied.  In criminal cases, a similar dance takes places.  Depending on how strong the evidence is, the defense attorney and the prosecutor will agree on a plea deal to avoid a trial.  As a result of this, many attorneys have never been to trial, and I’m perfectly okay with that.

But there are times, when justice demands that a case be fully investigated and litigated, and decided by a jury.  When that happens, we cannot permit the system to fail, as it does currently.

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