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We live in an area where elected politicians ignore the needs of their constituents, where the judiciary and police institutions will not uphold the rights of citizens, where the media is afraid to report the truth, where lawlessness abounds and ordinary people are left unprotected and defenseless against the rapacity of a few. The answer to our dilemma is for people of courage to actively help each other. Only if we unite can we succeed. That is the only way. There is no other way. People, stand up!
One of the most serious mistakes a person can make is assuming that he will receive a fair trial from an impartial judge.
The problem of bad/corrupt judges, defined as those who willfully violate their oaths of office for whatever reason (bribery, blackmail, political allegiance, personnel bias, etc) plagues today's courts.
It seems as though many judges regard their oath of office as merely a formality to be conveniently forgotten as soon as they occupy their chambers. Once comfortably in place in their courtrooms, they take on the mantle of demigods and act as if they have carte-blanc to do as they please. Instead of objectively administering true justice, they rule according to their personal biases and political allegiances, legislating from the bench with a wave of the hand, confident in the knowledge that their misdeeds have scant chance of ever reaching the Supreme Court.
It is truly said that power corrupts. Nowhere is this more evident than with our provincial court judges. Unfortunately for the public and the integrity of the entire judicial system, many corrupt court judges in their rulings blatantly ignore the facts that are contrary to their own agendas. This practice leads to a vicious cycle in which one erroneous ruling after another is piled up, forming a judicial cancer.
If it appears that you are dealing with a corrupt judge, it is vitally important that you immediately rid yourself of any delusion that he/she will spontaneously become impartial later in the proceedings. Once a judge reveals his/her corruption, you must take a stand. Corrupt judges are a serious threat to the fabric of society and it is your duty to tackle the problem with all the power at your disposal.
The Provincial Justice system has taken the power away from the people and placed it into the hands of corrupt, unethical and dishonest bad judges and dishonest attorneys who have no fear of consequences because they are immune to any discipline and are accountable only to their fellow judges and attorneys. Our system is no longer an arena where you must fear being on the wrong side of the law. It does not matter if you are on the wrong or right side of the law. It only matters if you are on the wrong side of the judges agenda.
It does not matter if the evidence or the law is on your side; it only matters if you have money and the judge on your side. Many are unaware of this because they have not had to endure it. It is the public ignorance that has allowed the judicial system to become so corrupt. It is the education of the public about the abuses in our courts that will be the only means to restore truth and justice to our courts.
Many honest citizens are losing their homes, their children, and their freedom not because they disobeyed the law but because our bad judges and crown prosecutors have their own agendas. They are writing their own laws, ignoring legislative laws, disregarding evidence, and swaying their decisions to favor parties that will further their careers.
It is time for People to Stand Up and put an end to Judicial Corruption. The Judicial System was initially designed to be the weakest branch of our government. Today it makes decisions on life and liberty not based on our statutes and laws but on personal bias.
Therefore, the Canadian people must endure a long and costly process to receive their individual rights and justice. Many cannot afford the cost of this process or cannot take the time. Justice unreachable is justice denied.
Stand up to this injustice before you yourself or someone you love must endure this abuse. Write to Ottawa, the political parties, anyone that will listen, and demand accountability of judges, crown prosecutors and our attorneys. This problem will not get better, not go away or not be taken care of by someone else. Every Canadian must stand up for their Rights. Demand that truth and justice return to our courts.
Put a stop to bad judges and bad lawyers!
written by a real Lawyer from Nova Scotia who wishes to remain anonymous « less