Judicial Misconduct – Why is No One Prosecuting Lying, Cheating, and Thieving Federal Judges and Prosecutors?

04 May

The amount of innocent people behind bars and the amount of people given an excessive lengthy sentence is staggering. Judicial Misconduct is huge concern and immunity for Judges and Prosecutors only allow them more of a means to abuse their positions. This is very sad indeed. The people who are given the honor and the privilege of helping others and making sure that Justice isn’t blind are the ones who abuse their power for rewards and kickbacks and most of all, to save face. What good is a crooked Judge? He is nothing more than a bad man.

Janet Marcusse

When common people lie, cheat, and steal, they get sent to prison. When federal Judges and Prosecutors lie, cheat, and steal, they get a pat on the back and a better job. Stop judicial misconduct abuse today. Speak out against the corrupted within the justice system!

Michael Schipper, prosecuting attorney in my case, after lying and fabricating a “Ponzi scheme” and being caught lying about $7.5 million, changed the charge to “Honest Services Fraud”. Federal Judge Robert Holmes Bell changed the jury instructions and their scheme of denying me witnesses and evidence and cross-examination of the government witnesses led the jury to falsely convict me on October 28, 2005. I was sentenced to 25 years in federal prison while Schipper, because of my case, was granted a Judge seat by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder.

I am still fighting my case from behind bars, even after a decade, because innocent people…

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