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Who do elected officials in the US really represent?


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I found the above photo here.

There should be cameras with audio in all courts. Judges would then curb their law breaking, citizen abuse, profiteering, obstruction of justice, and crimes against humanity. We would not have the financial problems, civil unrest, and all these wars of occupation if we had legitimate courts of law in the United States. Legislators have secret and financial affiliations that are a conflict of interest if they are supposed to be representing citizens who are being taxed. We need to punish criminals even if they wear black robes or have the word "Attorney" before their names.

Look what happens to the guy in the below video. If you are at your wits end, and go to your elected officials to seek relief, would you want to be treated like the guy in the video, John Dibiase Jr.?

I'll post more video and text here. Our elected officials, the police, and those who run the courts seem to favor the international corporate and banker interests before they consider our needs. If we are paying, we should get a little of what we pay for. If we pay, we're the boss. Let's make sure our employees treat us with respect. If they can't, why don't we start firing them?

This link will contain testimony of victims of the banking scandal. Imagine if courts and banks are a team for ripping you off, putting you out of your house?
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Connecticut State Senator Ed Gomes representing Bridgeport is known for falling asleep during hearings, getting angry for having to listen to public testimony, and having to read typed up official letters of citizens regarding issues to be voted upon. [More info, click here]

In Connecticut, as in most US States, the majority of legislators can be lawyers, making money from court cases, be Free Masons, have other affiliations, have declared secret oaths that take precedent over the US Constitution, are illegally meeting with Executive Branch or Judicial Branch officials to rig legislation, break rules, obstruct justice, break up families, rip off the public, and further the aims of an international corporate and banker owned US Police State. John DiBiase Jr. gets blasted for wearing a "Court Watcher" tee-shirt getting sworn at by a taxpayer funded official, being called a racist, because he corrected another official's error in quoting a statistic.

All judges and legislators on the Judiciary Committee should have their finances, their spouse's finances, and their affiliations checked into. Most legislators on the judiciary committees should not be allowed to sit on them because of a conflict of interest. Lawyers should not legislate for lawyers to make more money. Lawyers should not pander to judges who curry them favors in court if they bend rules in the legislature. If the elected officials make money by legislating to rip the public off, they are racketeering, obstructing justice, are organized crime, and are denying citizens representation for their taxation while jailing citizens for exercising Free Speech.
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Steven G. Erickson is a freelance cameraman, blogger, photographer, documentary producer, screenwriter, sometimes journalist, and can and will travel anywhere if the terms are right. His objective is to reform America's courts, creating a "People's (more...)
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Text with video:In the US, Judges and Lawyers ... by Steven G. Erickson on Sunday, Feb 19, 2012 at 11:40:30 PM