Do not pervert justice; do not show partiality to the poor or favoritism to the great, but judge your neighbor fairly. (Leviticus 19:15)
Do not be afraid of any man, for judgment belongs to God. (Deuteronomy 1:17)
Now let the fear of the LORD be upon you. Judge carefully, for with the LORD our God there is no injustice or partiality or bribery. (2 Chronicles 19:7)
by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News
As more and more people in the general public wake up to the fact that the U.S. Government is corrupt and run by criminals, it is time for me to republish some truths about why this is so, which I have learned for the past two decades plus, after I first learned that the U.S. Government was corrupt and run by criminals in the early 2000s.
And so even though what I am going to publish in this article is mostly material I have already published in the past, it will no doubt be new information for those who have just recently begun to wake up to the truth that the U.S. Government is corrupt and run by criminals, and are now guilty of being involved in a population reduction plan all in the name of “saving the planet.”
This is then the truth that everyone who is now looking for solutions to overcome this corrupt Government needs to understand before any change can happen: The U.S. judicial system is totally corrupt and for sale to the highest bidder, so that those with the most money and power have zero chance of facing justice, and they use the “justice” system to enslave the masses.
Are there still some honest and good people working inside the judicial system? Sure, there are, but they are completely powerless to change that system, and most of the honest and moral people in that corrupt system end up leaving, because of the fact that they are powerless to change it.
I am going to highlight some of the most brilliant minds in the U.S. who understand this corruption far better than I do, but first let me explain why I feel qualified to write on this topic.
I have almost 2 decades of experience now with the U.S. judicial system. I don’t have a law degree, nor do I have any experience as an attorney or legal professional.
But that actually gives me an advantage, because I have never earned my living from this corrupt system, and it has no leverage over me.
My experience is in fighting the system. It began by fighting the U.S. Government that tried to destroy my business, fighting back against the FDA and the IRS, two federal agencies that for the most part operate outside courts. I have also been sued in civil court, and have also had criminal charges filed against me in one of the largest criminal courts in the world.
But where I faced the most corruption, by far, was exposing the corrupt judges and others who work in the nation’s family courts, which go by different names in different states, and can include, family courts, juvenile courts, dependency courts, probate courts, etc.
When we began to publish stories in 2014 on our MedicalKidnap.com website of families’ experiences in having their children kidnapped from them by the State, we were threatened by many judges, prosecutors, and other attorneys who tried to get us to take down our articles where we named names.
In Alabama, I actually had one of my reporters and my assistant editor, who was sitting in the hallway of the courthouse outside of the courtroom where a family was attending a hearing and trying to get their child back, and the judge, who had already read some of the articles we had published on the case and was none too pleased about it, actually had the bailiff go outside the courtroom and order my reporter into his court, to ream her out and threaten her if she dared to continue writing stories on that particular case.
She was not a part of that case, and the judge had ZERO authority to bring her into his courtroom without representation, but he didn’t care, because he knew there was no one who was going to make him accountable for his actions.
We refused to comply and I actually reported on our site what he did to my reporter, exposing his corruption even more, and we continued publishing articles about that specific case. See:
To this day, we have never once removed an article from our websites that a judge, prosecutor, or attorney demanded we remove, because they were all published legally and protected by the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights.
Many of these cases where judges were upset and threatening us were in Arizona, and to this day I hesitate to drive through the state of Arizona, for concern that I could be pulled over on a routine traffic stop, have my driver’s license scanned, and then be locked up in a hole somewhere, never to be heard from again, as has happened to others who dared to expose corrupt judges.
One of those persons who has been locked away for long periods of time because he dared to expose corrupt judges all across this country, is Bill Windsor, and his “Lawless America” project to document judicial corruption.
The last communication I had with Bill Windsor was back in 2015, when I talked to him while he was a prisoner in Ada County Jail in Idaho. See:
Who is Trying to Silence Filmmaker and Judicial Watchdog Bill Windsor, Currently Held in County Jail?
I lost track of him after that because he stopped blogging, but I recently visited his website, and see that he started blogging again after about a 3-year absence, and also got his website back up after it was down for a year due to hacking.
I don’t know the status of his film project, but most of the testimonials of people who have experienced judicial corruption as victims, including honest judges, still remain up on his YouTube channel. Most of these videos are very old now, but many of them talk about the corruption in family courts.
Much of this corruption involves sexually trafficking children and pedophile rings. The corruption extends from the judiciary, to the social welfare workers, to local law enforcement.
To give you a taste for the kind of things Bill Windsor exposed for years, watch this 8-minute video of the account of a mother and her experiences in Santa Clara County, in California.
WARNING! Graphic content!
I don’t know Debra personally, but I know scores of others just like her. What makes Debra rare, is not her experience which is being experienced by thousands, probably tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands, just like her all across the U.S., but the fact that she could keep her composure and actually make a video like this.
Even today, I am in correspondence with a father who has been living on the streets for 8 years, because the system destroyed his life as he tried to get his children back who were kidnapped from him. He claims that the people at the top of this racketeering are all Freemasons, and he was surprised that I would even answer his emails and not consider him crazy or insane. He uses free wifi connections to communicate online with a secure email.
I frequently get emails like this, because of the kinds of stories we have published, including seniors who are kept in mental facilities or hospitals against their will, and I can tell you there is no other feeling of helplessness that can compare to this, knowing that what they are reporting is probably true, and yet there is not a single thing I can do to help them, other than to reply to their emails and let them know I understand and care about what is happening to them.
So this is why I feel not only qualified to address this subject, but I feel compelled to write about this subject, again, because there are very few people who have experienced this level of evil and corruption and are still sane enough to expose it.
Others have exposed the depth of the corruption in the judiciary, including Justice John F. Molloy, an attorney in Arizona who went on to serve as a judge on the Arizona Superior Court bench.
He is probably best known for his time serving as Chief Justice to Court of Appeals for the State of Arizona, where he authored the famous Miranda decision that was subsequently appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court and overturned, resulting in what is known today as the “Miranda Rights” which law enforcement now quotes to suspected criminals upon arrest.
Judge Molloy wrote a book that was published in 2004 a few years before he died in 2008. He was apparently suffering from cancer at the time, and perhaps knew his remaining time on earth was short. The title of the book is: The Fraternity: Lawyers and Judges in Collusion, published by Paragon House.
We have published an excerpt from that book here:
Now let me refer you to two men who I consider to be the most knowledgeable and experienced to deal with this horrendous problem of judicial corruption, and if anyone wants to join this battle and fight back, in my opinion one or both of these two men need to be part of your plans for any action you might want to consider in fighting back against our evil, corrupt U.S. Government.
One is on the West Coast (Los Angeles), and the other one is on the East Coast (New York).
Dr. I. Richard Fine
Several years ago I was privileged to have a conversation with one of the top American legal minds of our day and age, Dr. Richard I. Fine, who lost his career and was unjustly put in prison for 18 months as a political prisoner. He was never even charged with a crime.
His story is not widely known, and it gives the public an insider perspective to the depth of the corruption in the American judiciary.
Dr. Fine earned a Ph.D. in Law with a specialty in International Law from the London School of Economics and Political Science (1967). He earned a Doctor of Law (JD) degree from the University of Chicago Law School (1964).
After completing his Ph.D. he obtained a Certificate of Public International Law and a Certificate of Private International Law from the Hague Academy of International Law, a Certificate of Comparative Law from the International University of Comparative Science in Luxembourg, and obtained a Higher Diploma of Comparative Law from the International Faculty for the Teaching of Comparative Law, Strasbourg, France.
Dr. Fine was a member of the state bar association in at least one state from 1964 through 2011. Early in his career, he worked in the U.S. Department of Justice, Anti-Trust Division. He was the founder and chief of the first municipal anti-trust division in the United States for the Los Angeles City attorney’s office. In 1974 he founded the law offices of Richard I. Fine and associates.
A few highlights of his career include: the indicting and prosecuting of General Motors and Ford for price fixing, the Investigation of the Pulp Paper and Newsprint International Cartel for international price fixing, and the representation of the Department of Justice in its first appearance before the Tariff Commission, which later became the International Trade Commission. He litigated the case of IAM versus OPEC, which was the case against OPEC nations for manipulating U.S. gas prices.
He changed the way United Way functions by requiring it to allow donors to designate the charities where their donations would go. He forced local governments in California to return a billion dollars of illegally used funds to California taxpayers. He closed down the California State Government and required it to have authorization before paying anyone including the Governor, state legislators, and judges. The action he took against the State of California in 1998 regarding its spending practices ended 26 years of political budget crises.
Dr. Fine received various certificates of special recognition such as the California State Assembly Certificate of recognition, and was honored as the lawyer of the decade and champion of court reform.
He was the first attorney to challenge the system of judicial corruption in California and the first to expose it to public view. He explains how the judges conspired to attack him and bring him down once he started to reveal the corruption.
Los Angeles judges denied him the payment of fees for work he had done. They imprisoned him for 18 months. His story was covered by CNN at the time, who visited him in prison and interviewed him.
They took his law license. Even after it was proven that corruption did in fact exist, and he did nothing wrong by exposing it, the California Supreme Court still refused to restore his license.
Dr. Richard I. Fine is a legal consultant today, and anyone who wants to seriously consider fighting judicial and government corruption in this country, would be foolish to not consult with Dr. Fine.
Here are some previous articles we have published about Dr. Fine:
Dr. Richard Cordero
While I have never met Dr. Richard Cordero personally, apparently he became familiar with our work at MedicalKidnap.com at some point, and put me on his email list. His credentials and knowledge of judicial corruption is very impressive, and perhaps unmatched by anyone else in the United States today.
His bio from his website:
Dr. Richard Cordero, Esq., is a doctor of law and researcher-writer attorney. He is a member of the New York State Bar and lives in New York City.
He earned his doctorate of law from the University of Cambridge in England, where his thesis dealt with the integration of the banking industry in the European Union. He earned a French law degree from La Sorbonne in Paris, where he concentrated on currency stability and the abuse of dominant positions by entities in commerce, similar to American antitrust law.
He also earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Michigan, where he concentrated on the use of computers and their networks to maximize workflow efficiency and productivity.
Dr. Cordero worked as a researcher-writer at the preeminent publisher of analytical legal commentaries, Lawyers Cooperative Publishing, a member of West/Thomson Reuters. There he wrote commentaries on the regulation of financial activities under federal law.
Currently at Judicial Discipline Reform, he is promoting the creation of a multidisciplinary academic and business team to advocate judges’ accountability and discipline reform. The need for such reform is based on his analysis of official statistics, reports, and statements of the Federal Judiciary and its judges, who are the models for their state counterparts. That analysis is set forth in his study of the Federal Judiciary and its judges, the models for their state counterparts.
Dr. Cordero conclusively shows how the entire judicial system is corrupt, and that the only way to reform it is through that corruption being exposed to the public, and he has spent years publishing evidence that can be used to expose the system and start removing judges from the bench, if the public wakes up and realizes this is what needs to happen.
This man is so brilliant, that it can be difficult to navigate his website, as there is so much information there that can overwhelm you. Dr. Cordero confirms what Judge Molloy wrote in his book in the link I provided above, that judges all work together to protect themselves like in a fraternity, or as fellow Freemasons.
If you want to file a complaint against a judge, where do you go? To another judge in another court, and according to Dr. Cordero, they almost NEVER take judicial action against themselves. He states that in the last 232 years since the creation of the Federal Judiciary in 1789, only 8 of its judges have been removed from the bench out of the many millions of judges that have served in the American judiciary over those years!
He also explains how judges use the technology to illegally read emails and other communications of complainants who dare to try and remove them from the bench.
He has published an exhaustive 3 volume study:
“of judges and their judiciaries that exposes their coordinated abuse of power as their institutionalized modus operandi; and promotes a generalized media investigation and unprecedented citizens hearings that inform and so outrage the national public as to stir it up to assert its right as We the People, the Masters of all public servants, including judicial public servants, to hold judges accountable for their performance and liable to compensate the victims of their abuse.”
Here is the Abstract and Executive Study:
ABSTRACT OF THE STUDY
Exposing Judges’ Unaccountability and Consequent Riskless Wrongdoing
Pioneering the news and publishing field of judicial unaccountability reporting
This study* analyzes official statistics of the Federal Judiciary, legal provisions, and other publicly filed documents. It discusses how federal judges’ life-appointment; de facto unimpeachability and irremovability; self-immunization from discipline through abuse of the judiciary’s statutory self-policing authority; abuse of its vast Information Technology resources to interfere with their complainants’ communications; the secrecy in which they cover their adjudicative, administrative, disciplinary, and policy-making acts; and third parties’ fear of their individual and close rank retaliation render judges unaccountable.
Their unaccountability makes their abuse of power riskless; the enormous amount of the most insidious corruptor over which they rule, money!, as well as other social and professional benefits make doing wrong to grab them tempting; and millions of in practice unreviewable cases make the temptation ever-present.
These are the means, motive, and opportunity for judges to do wrong and for their wrongdoing to be inevitable.
Judges do wrong in such regular, widespread, and coordinated fashion as to have turned wrongdoing into their institutionalized modus operandi and the Judiciary into the safe haven for judicial wrongdoers.
Their abuse of power entrusted to them by We the People is a betrayal of trust. Engaging in it and giving priority to covering it up to protect themselves and their peers injure in fact people’s rights, property, liberty, and life; and deprive the People of their fundamental human, civil, and due process right of access to fair and impartial courts.
Exposing the existence, scope, and gravity of their wrongdoing to the national public will cause such outrage as to enable the media and voters to force legislated, rather than voluntary, judicial reform, lest politicians be voted out of, or not into, office; this is realistic, as the Tea Party precedent shows.
The exposure is started by the study, whose publication will pioneer the news and publishing field of judicial unaccountability reporting.
It can be continued at a presentation by the author held at a law school attended by its members and those of business, journalism, and IT schools, civil rights advocates, and the media.
The evidence of judges’ wrongdoing will introduce the call for ‘reverse surveillance’ over them by We the People, as opposed to the mass surveillance over the People by the NSA with judges’ rubberstamping approval revealed by Edward Snowden.
The presentation can give rise to the formation of a multidisciplinary team of students, professors, journalists, and civil rights advocates to conduct reverse surveillance through a Follow the money! and IT Follow the wire! investigation.
The team can organize the first of a series of multimedia conferences to report to the national public its findings and expose judges’ pattern of disregard of the law.
It will announce the formation of a multidisciplinary academic and business venture to promote 1. the establishment of local chapters to surveil, report, and advocate reform a) based on transparency, accountability, discipline, and judges’ and the Judiciary’s liability to their victims, and b) implemented with the aid of citizen boards; 2. the creation of a for-profit institute to conduct IT research, educate, publish, etc.; and 3. the submission of articles on judges’ abuse of power and secrecy for publication in a volume that can lead to a periodical.
Such reform will be of historic proportions although it will only implement foundational principles of our republic: We the People are the only source of sovereign power, who entrust a portion of it to each public servant and to whom each is accountable, for none is beyond our control or above the law.
The reform can begin in the Federal Judiciary and extend to Congress, the Executive Branch, the states, and the rest of the world. A new We the People-government paradigm can emerge: the People’s Sunrise. Those who are instrumental in its emergence can become recognized here and abroad as the People’s Champions of Justice. Dare trigger history!
Section A (jur:21) discusses the means, motive, and opportunity enabling federal judges to do wrong. They wield their decision-making power with no constraints by abusing their selfdisciplining authority to systematically dismiss 99.82% of the complaints filed against them.
This allows them to pursue the corruptive motive of money: In CY10 they ruled on $373 billion at stake in personal bankruptcies alone. While all bankruptcy cases constitute 80% of the cases filed every year, only .23% are reviewed by district courts and fewer than .08% by circuit courts.
Such de facto unreviewability affords judges the opportunity to engage in wrongdoing, for it is riskless and all the more beneficial in professional, social, and financial terms.
Yet Congress and journalists abstain from investigating their wrongdoing for fear of making enemies of life tenured judges. Hence, federal judges enjoy unaccountability. It has rendered their wrongdoing irresistible. They engage in it so routinely and in such coordinated fashion among themselves and with others as to have turned it into the Federal Judiciary’s institutionalized modus operandi.
Section B (jur:65) describes DeLano, a case that can expose one of the gravest and most pervasive forms of wrongdoing: a judge-run bankruptcy fraud scheme.
The DeLano bankruptcy judge was appointed and removable by his circuit judges. The appeal was presided over by Then-Circuit Judge Sotomayor.
She and her peers protected their appointee by approving his unlawful denial of, and denying in turn, every single document requested by the creditor from the debtor, a 39-year veteran bankruptcy officer, an insider who knew too much not to be allowed to avoid accounting for over $⅔ of a million.
The case is so egregious that she withheld it from the Senate Committee reviewing her justiceship nomination. Now a justice, she must keep covering up the scheme and all her and her peers’ wrongdoing, just as she must cover for the other justices and they for her.
Section C (jur:81) explains how judges cover up their wrongdoing through knowing indifference and willful ignorance and blindness; and how their standard “avoid even the appearance of impropriety” can support a strategy: DeLano exposed, an outraged public will cause a justice to resign, as it did J. Fortas, and the authorities to investigate judges and undertake judicial reform.
Section D (jur:97) deals with exposing judges’ unaccountability and wrongdoing through the use of DeLano at a multimedia presentation targeted on opinion multipliers, broadcast to the public, and intended to launch a Watergate-like generalized media investigation of wrongdoing in the Judiciary guided by the query, “What did the President and judges know about Then-Judge Sotomayor’s concealment of assets and other judges’ wrongdoing, and when did they know it?” and aimed at demanding that the President release the FBI vetting report on her. The presentation will be an Emile Zola I accuse!-like denunciation to pioneer judicial unaccountability reporting.
Section D4 (jur:102) proposes a Follow the money and the wire! investigation of the DeLano-J. Sotomayor story. It implements the strategy of judicial unaccountability and wrongdoing exposure, not in court before reciprocally protecting judges, but journalistically. It can be cost-effective thanks to the leads extracted from over 5,000 pages of the record of DeLano, which went from bankruptcy court to the Supreme Court. It can be confined to, or expanded beyond, the Internet, D.C., NY City, Rochester, and Albany; and search for Deep Throats in the Judiciary.
Section E (jur:119) Proposes a multidisciplinary academic and business venture to promote judicial unaccountability reporting and reform. From informing the public and assisting victims of judicial abuse tell their stories, it should lead to the creation of an institute to conduct IT research; train reformers; advocate a legislative agenda; call for citizen boards of judicial accountability and an IG for the Judiciary; and become a champion of Equal Justice Under Law.
Section F (jur:171) Offers to present at law, journalism, business, and IT schools, media outlets, and civil rights entities the evidence of judges’ unaccountability and wrongdoing; call for the formation of a multidisciplinary team of professionals to conduct further investigation and develop the news and publishing field of judicial unaccountability reporting; and dare trigger history!
Dr. Richard Cordero’s website is Judicial Discipline Reform.
Conclusion: All Efforts to Prosecute the Criminals Running the U.S. Government Will FAIL Until We Replace the Judiciary
Sadly, the Alternative Media for the past few years has been dominated by newcomers and huge financial resources in some cases, which is undoubtedly flowing from Wall Street, through non-profits or political parties, especially the Republican Party.
I have yet to see any of these newcomers even address the issue of judicial reform. I do see a TON of money being spent on certain lawsuits, and yet these lawsuits are by and large meaningless until we have honest judges sitting on benches in courtrooms that are not corrupt.
There has been a lot of talk and publishing lately exposing the corruption behind the PREP Act and the military’s role in implementing the COVID emergency edicts and countermeasures, and yet I have not seen one of these publishers even mention the work that Wayne Rohde, author of the book The Vaccine Court, has done for more than a decade now on this topic.
Wayne wrote an article on the PREP Act back in March of 2020, before most of the people now writing about it probably had even heard about it yet.
Wayne publishes on Substack now, and you can follow him there. Last month he published a post titled:
And yet I have not seen any of these newcomers writing on this topic even address these court cases, and when you read some of their work, which is very good, they seem to imply that they are the only ones who have “discovered” all this stuff, and as a result, their ideas for “solutions” going forward are generally very naive and uninformed.
I have written my own views on this many times over the past few years, as I believe the best place to begin change is at the County level, by first making sure your Sheriff and County District Attorney, elected offices, are on board with dealing with corruption and prosecuting the criminals, and then start prosecuting the corrupt judges in your county.
I don’t think any of us at this point have all the answers for all the solutions going forward that need to happen, but one thing I can say with 100% certainty: If we don’t replace the judiciary, nothing is going to happen at all.
At least not until the criminals are finally brought before the ultimate Supreme Court, and I think that day might be coming sooner rather than later.
They called out in a loud voice, “How long, Sovereign Lord, holy and true, until you judge the inhabitants of the earth and avenge our blood?” (Revelation 6:10)