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Justice Speaks on Effect of Budget Cuts. Print.
for release. Leanne Kozak ... www.courts.ca.gov/17536.htm
Message posted on website by Ron Branson:
I have gained considerable practical knowledge of the
inner-workings of the legal system starting back as far as 1981.
I have brought lawsuit after lawsuit against government
corruption resulting in everyone of them being sheltered by
immunity. I then began taking on the judges on judicial
cover-up, resulting in judges covering for judges.
Over the years since then to the present, I have filed 15 cases
in the U.S. Supreme Court with cover-up after cover-up. The
legal system has spent millions in needless litigation to
maintain its ongoing evil. It became clear to me that our
justice system was headed for bankruptcy because of waste and
fraud. Justice is the furtherest thing that comes to mind when
dealing with the courts.
As a public figure, I have received communications literally
from all over this country about complaints regarding the
judicial system and am called upon to speak at legal seminars
regarding this subject.
Here in Los Angeles County a newly appointed judge receives more
financial remuneration for their services than does the Chief
Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court with their double-pay from
both the State and the County.
It it inevitable where we are headed financially when it comes
to our courts. I made an accurate prediction back in 1996 when I
stated what was going to happen, and lo, it has come to pass
just as predicted. The cover-up of corruption and fraud
continues to this day, and the inevitable results is clear and
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