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Courts From Hell - Family InJustice in Canada By Frank Simons
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Since the introduction of the so called “No Fault Divorce” in Canada, the divorce industry has evidenced unprecedented growth estimated at $6 billion per year. The problem is that the... More > Legal / Court industry thrives off the $B’s generated by Tax payers and Families in crises. For this they provide no value and in fact cause destruction of families by unnecessarily removing fathers from children’s lives and lowering the standard of living for all family members. This is done through unnecessary litigation, biased decisions and unreasonable support orders which escalate conflict to perpetuate the status quo in support of their self serving business. The Solution is to update divorce laws to reflect parental equality and get families out of court eliminating significant grief and $'s wasted by families and taxpayers. An alternative to courts is identified in the book.< Less
Courts From Hell - Family InJustice in Canada By Frank Simons
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Since the introduction of the so called “No Fault Divorce” in Canada, the divorce industry has evidenced unprecedented growth estimated at $6 billion per year. The problem is that the... More > Legal / Court industry thrives off the $B’s generated by Tax payers and Families in crises. For this they provide no value and in fact cause destruction of families by unnecessarily removing fathers from children’s lives and lowering the standard of living for all family members. This is done through unnecessary litigation, biased decisions and unreasonable support orders which escalate conflict to perpetuate the status quo in support of their self serving business. The Solution is to update divorce laws to reflect parental equality and get families out of court eliminating significant grief and $'s wasted by families and taxpayers. An alternative to courts is identified in the book.< Less
Tome 3- THE U.E.O REFORMS ON THE UNO INJUSTICE THROUGH ITS INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT By OUED INTERNATIONAL Sénégal
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The organizational and institutional functioning reform of the UNO injustices and its international judicial policies nearby the world goverments and populations through its International Criminal... More > Court< Less
daylight and sunset.. The injustice memoirs of Samantha Reed By Samantha Rajapakse
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I use to t think if you paid your bills on time and kept all the documents, you would prevail if you were to go to court. How was I so wrong With the rise of the foreclosures in the U.S we... More > have to wonder how many are fraud,false and under the table. Daylight and Sunset is a accurate account of what happens when a person without an attorney brings justice to Shelby County Courts< Less
Parental Rights in Children's Medical Care: Where Is Our FREEDOM to Say No? A Look at the Injustice of the American Medical System By Shirley Cheng
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What is a more frightening nightmare for parents than their children's illness? It is the fear of losing custody of their children. In America, parents risk losing custody of their children forever... More > when they disagree with doctors' recommended treatments or even when they want a second opinion. The Werneckes in 2005, Corissa Mueller in 2002, Valerie Emerson in 1998, and Tina Phifer in 1997, said no to doctors and lost their children. Shirley Cheng hopes to bring awareness to the public of this issue and inform parents of the legal consequences of dissent, and above all, to put an end to this crime against humanity. Her mother Juliet Cheng had battled and won two horrifying custody cases after refusing harmful treatments. The 1990 case made international headlines and gained support from celebrities, such as Katharine Hepburn and Taiwan's former first lady Soong May-ling.< Less
To Encourage The Others: The Court Martial and Example of Admiral John Byng By Nigel Pascoe
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A play dramatizing a great historical injustice: the court martial of Admiral John Byng, shot on a quarterdeck in 1757 - pour encourager les autres. Nigel Pascoe is a senior QC, acting principally... More > in murder cases, who also writes plays and stages one man shows, notably the Trial of Penn and Mead (Old Bailey 1670).< Less
The Terri Schiavo Travesty By Mark W. Weaver
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Ten essays exploring various aspects of the court ordered starvation of Terri Schiavo.
99 Years, A Day in a Life. The story of Keven James Bramwell told by him behind prison bars. By George Maris
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“In the case of the State of Texas vs. the defendant, the court accepts your plea of guilty and at this time hereby sentences you to 99 years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. If you... More > wish to appeal this decision, the court will hear your request at a later time. I will now release you into the custody of the department of corrections to begin fulfilling your obligations to the State” My name is Keven and about 4 years ago I stood in front of a court in rural backwoods Texas and listened to these words that would determine my fate for the rest of my life< Less
The Theory of Social Revolutions By Brooks Adams
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Brooks Adams was an American historian and a critic of capitalism. He believed that commercial civilizations rise and fall in predictable cycles. First, masses of people draw together in large... More > population centers and engage in commercial activities. As their desire for wealth grows, they discard spiritual and creative values. Their greed leads to distrust and dishonesty, and eventually the society crumbles.< Less
Unjustice By Mac Turney
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Every civilized country has some sort of written system in place that they use to promote as their system of justice! If you will notice on the front cover of this book the words just, justice,... More > unjust, injustice, injustices and “unjustice” are randomly and crookedly placed on the page. There is a reason for this: you never know which one you are going to get! The court decisions are all over the place and you may as well have bought a lottery ticket. Justice and injustices are drawn from the lottery pool at random - if you are not one of the affluent or well educated. If you are wealthy or well educated, or, if you are a relative or friend of the judge, you most likely will get justice. On the back cover you will notice that the Supreme Court building is upside down and crooked. There is a reason for this, too: “unjustice” has gotten to the point that justice is totally upside down in this country.< Less

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