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Prevalent Corruption In U.S. Justice System

June 21, 2013 by  

Before I began investigating legal cases as a journalist for the US~Observer, I had no idea how corrupt the justice system has become in many of America’s States and counties. I soon learned that in such places the American system of law has begun to resemble what I used to fear in Third World or underdeveloped countries like Mexico. Sadly, and it appears all too often, far too many Americans become casualties of these criminally unjust systems.

The first mistake typically made by victims is hiring the wrong attorney, who is more concerned about getting paid than he is in vigorously representing his client. Then, before the victim can fully fathom his precarious predicament, he winds up in front of a judge who is better at practicing cronyism than he is at dispensing fair and just law. Meanwhile, the victim’s disinterested lawyer is either an accomplice, unable or unwilling to do anything about the injustice.

After months or years of hiring a series of fresh lazy and/or unprincipled attorneys and coming before the same nefarious brotherhood of dishonorable judges who all preside over the same district, the victim is often completely broke, in jail or both. But the syndicate has done its job; it has successfully transferred the victim’s and his family’s assets into the local coffers or the attorney’s bank account, to further enrich those who practice their own version of fraud within it. All of this has been brilliantly outlined on the US~Observer’s “Falsely Accused” page.

What I am most amazed at is these bureaucrats who appear to be devoid of consciences carry out this destruction of innocent lives with cold-blooded indifference.

Fortunately, society as a whole has yet to degenerate to the low level of corrupt bureaucrats, as these practitioners of fraud still don’t want the general public to know what they do behind closed doors and in relative obscurity. And that is where I begin to really enjoy my job working for the US~Observer by exposing these corrupt attorneys, prosecutors, trustees and judges, along with their actions to the light of day and public scrutiny.

Our justice system’s corruption is like a ravaging cancer that, if unchecked, destroys everyone within its clutches — including the perpetrators — and contributes to the overall downfall of a society.

–Lorne Dey

Lorne Dey

is a freelance writer living in Colorado. He has been following politics since in his early 20's and is deeply concerned about where the United States is currently headed politically. He believes that fundamental change is needed at all levels of government and can only be brought about by a grassroots effort from conservative-minded Americans who believe in the soundness of our nation's founding documents.

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  • http://shadow1776.wordpress.com shadow1776

    They need to start making examples of the corrupt politicians in a public square. They are supposed to set an example and if they are caught abusing authority, beat and brand ethem in time square on national TV. Perhaps after one or two polititians have this done, they will think before abusi.g there power

  • Victimized

    I completely understand this corruption and abuse of our justice system. My family and I have been victims of ot too many times. Family Court is worse than any joke. It is so bad as to have gotten two young family members murdered by an unstable parent. Another time the pathetic attorney was so much more interested in getting his fat bill paid, he threw the case to the point of malpractice, truth and justice be darned, and peoples lives, oh well. And yet, nothing ever changes. The system stays In place and the people suffer.

  • http://www.shereekrider.com Sheree Krider

    Reblogged this on ShereeKrider.

  • Michael

    I was the victim of a corrupt “church”, that tells a corrupt city what they can, and cannot do, which in turn runs their sheriff’s department accordingly. I was detained, without a reason, then shortly thereafter locked in the back of the sheriffs car, which in turn was then surrounded by ten other sheriffs cars as though they had caught a ten most wanted criminal. All the while I asked repeatedly what I was being held for, other than answering a simple question. I was told to : “shut your mouth!” I noticed several plainclothes detectives approach the cars, two of which opened the trunk of the car I was being held in. They pulled out a rather large black binder, and proceeded to rapidly flip back, and forth through it, stopping occasionally having animated discussions, then repeating this action, until they settled on a particular page where they all nodded their heads vigorously, shook hands all around, shut the binder, placed it back in the trunk, and shut it. I was then approached by a very angry officer who proceeded to snarl at me what I was being ARRESTED for, a FELONY OFFENSE that carried a minimum 5 years in prison, and a $50,000 fine! I had done NOTHING except a few hours extra promo work in the nightclub next door to the business that I worked for! It was the owner of the nightclub that the city (“church”) wanted so very badly that they could taste it, but apparently I was caught in the crosshairs of the shooters that night. So, they trumped up charges on me, who did absolutely nothing wrong, as well as arrested the club owner on some misdemeanor charges, and one customer as well, for good measure. I was handled very roughly, so much so that I was placed in shackles every time I was moved. The shackles were always placed way too tightly, were too short, and caused cuts on my wrists, and ankles. I have bad shoulders, and told them that this caused a great deal of pain. I was laughed at. I was placed in the ward with the hardened felons that were going to, or back to prison. Me, the dangerous, hardened criminal! Fortunately, I am a big, rather intimidating looking fellow, so I was left alone. When I finally went before the judge, I don’t recall his EXACT words, but he looked at my record, which is clean, read the charges, shook his head, then looked me straight in the eyes, and basically said : “What are you doing here? WHY are you even here? Bail $5,000. Bailiff remove this mans shackles immediately. Sir, as soon as your bond is paid, you are free to go.” My employer bailed me, & I was given use of the businesses attorney. The DA kept trying to get my “victim” to be a “victim”, but she kept telling them nothing happened, please leave me, alone, and and finally told them no more calls, go to hell! My attorney went to court for me, charges were dropped, the case had no merit, and was thrown out. But, even though I never committed any crime, all charges were dropped, I was falsely arrested, and they knew it, and I was detained without cause, and falsely imprisoned, I still had an arrest record! Which, being the holder of a professional license, can have problems related to the license because of the arrest, charges, and record on legal as well as moral grounds up to loss of the license! My attorney applied for, and got my record sealed. Yet, and still, under CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES, I still have to disclose the arrest, and charges to employers! So, I’m treated as though I am a criminal, though I NEVER committed ANY crime! But, if I were some sports “star” I would have received special treatment ALL the way through, even in prison, and allowed to have dogs again, even though convicted of torture, maiming, and murdering dogs, as well as running illegal dogfights! What a joke our system IS!

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