Judges are Corrupt

The desire to exercise power, Trusting the System Think Twice.

Kick out your attorney, keep your fingers crossed and lead your ship. Be careful before your attorney serves you to them, and enjoys eating you.

As I see it, judicial corruption is dishonesty by a judge.  Corruption does not have to be economic in character.  A police officer who fabricates evidence against a person he believes to be guilty of sexual abuse is not committing an economic crime; and he might do so because he believes the accused to be guilty, and does not want him to go unpunished.

Economics is not necessarily involved as an element of the officer’s crime or as a motivation. When police do wrong they are often motivated by a misplaced sense of justice, rather than by financial reward.  Again, a person in authority motivated by sadistic pleasure who abuses her/ his power by meting out cruel and unjust treatment to those subject to her/ his authority, is not engaging in an economic crime; and she/he is not motivated by economic considerations.  Judges and many of those who occupy positions of authority are motivated by a desire to exercise power for its own sake, rather than by a desire for financial reward.  That said, bribery is generally regarded as the most serious form of public corruption.

Corruption is the abuse of power by a public official for private gain or any organized, interdependent system in which part of the system is either not performing duties it was originally intended to, or performing them in an improper way, to the detriment of the system’s original purpose. The abuse of public offices for private gain is paradigmatic of corruption.

Judges regularly commit the crimes of obstruction of justice and perjury. They obstruct justice by using various techniques to render decisions and issue orders that are intended to deny justice. They do this to favor certain parties and law firms. They may do it for money or other considerations, or they may do it simply because they favor certain attorneys….

A common belief is that corruption is a judge taking bribes. The definition exceeds this theory. Corruption describes any organized, interdependent system in which part of the system is either not performing duties it was originally intended to, or performing them in an improper way, to the detriment of the system’s original purpose. Thus, corrupt judicial systems not only violate the basic right to equality before the law but deny procedural rights guaranteed by the Country’s Constitution.

Our purposes now, why they do it is not as important as the fact that they do obstruct justice. It is my opinion that a pattern and practice of this wrongdoing can establish the crime of obstruction of justice. 

You need to document everything that is improper.  It doesn’t matter how short your pencil is, a short pencil is better than strong memory “ meaning keep it documented “ , we all shall demand that corrupted judges; they all belong in prison. 

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