MN Board of Judicial Standards:Justice or the Appearance Justice?
This is a preview of an article I wrote on Examiner.com regarding one recent, personal experience with Judicial Corruption in Minnesota USA
As I continue on this difficult road in search of Minnesota Judicial Reform and Accountability, I realize that many of you have not been touched or do not realize that you have been touched by the Duplicity and Corruption of the Minnesota Judiciary.
Some of you have had the good fortune to have not been in court. Others have been in court and trusted that, regardless of the outcome of your matter, the courts were a fair and just arbitrator of the evidence and facts as you were taught in High School Civics. You trusted that schools and the teachers you looked up to would not purposely deceive you. Others of you felt you were treated unfairly but the exact the source of your opinion was vague and nebulous. And others can point to specific lapses in integrity and jurisprudence but lacked the knowledge to express your sentiments and/or the money to seek remedy. And others are unaware of how rulings by Minnesota Judges adversely affect Minnesota Taxpayers. No. not Tax Court. I refer to things like rulings adverse to taxpayers involving, for instance, when Corporations borrow taxpayer money from the state and then default; like Northwest Airlines did 10 years ago or so. (In exchange for kickbacks, etc.) Today I am going to show you specific, overwhelming evidence that we no longer have the rule of law, but rather, whim of judges and justice to the highest bidder.
Many years ago I coined the phrase – “The American Judicial System is the best Appearance of Justice that Money can buy?” Along the way, we are going deal with themeaning of the “best appearance of Justice” and “How much justice can you afford?”
To begin, let me say I own a business. For years I have had a competitor that I believe engages in some behaviors that go beyond what is morally, legally and socially acceptable...
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