IBM and the Corruption of Justice in America

IBM and the Corruption of Justice in America

Earl Carey

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The dreadful, shocking truth of America's corrupt federal courts is finally exposed. The story the media covers up and will not tell the American people. The author spent four years representing himself in civil lawsuits against IBM and the United States government. By representing himself, he was able to penetrate the barrier of mystique and complexity which shields the operation of the corrupt judicial system from non-lawyers. The book clearly show how Federal judges routinely commit and cover-up criminal offenses with the full knowledge and blessing of both the Department of Justice and Congress.

In plain, simple English the book takes the reader on a terrifying insider's tour of the operation of the federal courts, the Department of Justice, and Congress. This book is an easy to read chronicle of one man's personal crusade against tyranny.


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