By Mary C. Giacobbe (TLB)
It is time for the American people to stand against corruption of the courts. It seems we can no longer entrust those who take an oath to uphold the Constitution. They rely on ignorance to inflict their tyranny upon our judicial system, tainting the very process through the abuse of power. If we can no longer take their word at face value, it is time for them to step down, or we must arrest them.
The law has been perverted since our republic was born long ago, through the choice of the people’s abandonment in their duty to uphold the very power given to us to maintain it. The vision of our forefathers to escape injustice and oppression was entrusted to us. It is wise to follow their words, and no longer can mankind expect to enjoy the freedom of this system without responsible participation.
Americans have been lax, and it has cost us severely. Educate yourself, and do not forget that ignorance is no defense! Take the free civics course at http://nationallibertyalliance.org/ and perhaps join the US Common Law Grand Jury.Handbooks for jurors are available. If you are interested, become an administrator in your county or state. There is remedy for the corruption that runs rampant, but you need to be present. MCG
Former U S Prosecutor Dr. Richard I Fine explains how citizens can disqualify a judge who is “on the take”. All 435 California Superior Court Judges in L A County can be disqualified by citizens who have been involved in litigation against the County of L A in the last two decades. If you lost, you can “Null & Void” the Judges Order and have a new trial. If you paid money to the County you now have a chance to recover that money, according to Fine who describes how he has already disqualified five judges who have been “On the Take” To get copies of Richard Fine’s documents go tohttp://www.fulldisclosure.net/2011/03… And a copy of the Caperton vs. Massey Coal case where the Federalist papers are quoting John Adams can be found at this link:
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“An enlightened citizenry is indispensable for the proper functioning of a republic. Self-government is not possible unless the citizens are educated sufficiently to enable them to exercise oversight. It is therefore imperative that the nation see to it that a suitable education be provided for all its citizens.“ Thomas Jefferson