| Ennis (Click here to see details)
The Ennis case reports a Distribution of Injustice by organized and collaborated abuse of judicial discretion, deprivation of rights and State-Sanctioned Stealing by the Lehigh County family court. It would be naïve to believe that the practice of State-Sanctioned Stealing is limited to Lehigh County. If you have been subjected to similar treatment in your county, please contact us to have your case published on this site.
Hamoui is a Child Support case in which a pre-determined outcome was administered by DRS, and affirmed by two corrupt judges in collusion with a dishonest, i.e., corrupt Title IV-D attorney (solicitor) over a period of four years and before three judges. See Black’s Law for a definition of “Corruption”.
|Montelione (Click here to see details)|
| Claudia Montelione (“Claudia”) was one of those innocent “victims” of a corrupt government action taken “under color of law”; a “fraud on the court” initiated by Kathryn H. Silcox, a Prosecutor for BCP (Bur. of Consumer Protection), a government agency reporting directly to Atty. Gen. Thomas W. Corbett, Jr.
Lawrence F. Clark, Jr., masquerading as a “judge” in a “court of Law” took actions to deprive Claudia of her rights under the Constitution, not limited to due process and equal protection of the law. Clark presided over what can only graciously be described as a “hostile court” where he attempted to intimidate an innocent defendant with threats against her liberty and even her life. (March 2008)
Claudia “passed away” on August 22, 2014. Her story is compelling.
| E.A. Wrona (Click here to see details)
Judicial Atrocities are not limited to “Family Court” corruption. Matters between The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a.k.a. “Cmwlth.”, and Eugene A. Wrona offer conclusive evidence of judicial misconduct and criminal misconduct in Dauphin County Court of Common Pleas, “DCCCP“.
| Fluck (Click here to see details)
Fluck is the story of a Child Support case in which a pre-determined outcome was administered by DRS, and affirmed by two corrupt judges in collusion with a dishonest, i.e., corrupt Domestic Relations section of Northampton County Court of Common Pleas. See Black’s Law for a definition of “Corruption”.
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