Janet Phelan On The Crisis In Judicial Integrity

In this  presentation at the AAAPG conference on guardianship abuse in Tampa this past February, Janet Phelan lays out the facts concerning the human rights crisis that confronts Americans when they attempt to access the legal system and how the judiciary has been financially and thus ethically compromised.

“We have,” she asserts,”the best legal system money can buy.”  She suggests that a remedy would of necessity involve investigation and publication of the widespread judicial money laundering scandal which is emerging as central to our broken legal system.

Janet Phelan is an investigative journalist and author of the groundbreaking exposé, EXILE. Her articles previously appeared in such mainstream venues as the Los Angeles Times, Orange Coast Magazine, Long Beach Press Telegram, etc. In 2004, Janet “jumped ship” and now exclusively writes for independent media. She is also the author of two collections of poetry—The Hitler Poems and Held Captive. She resides abroad. You can follow her on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100012703457651

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