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Ending the Reign of the Den of Thieves

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An investment banker, Richard Hatler, [video] came up with [legislation] that will fix the problem of the American police state and help curb attorney, prosecutorial, judicial, and police misconduct, and public corruption, nationally. He had 8 million dollars stolen from him and the judge and lawyers who stole it, put him in prison to cover up their crimes. A gag order was placed on Richard upon his release from prison by the offending judge. Hatler did a lot of research in the prison law library, and fine tuned legislation that would punish private, and public, offenders and allow remedy for victims. 

Congressman Keith Ellison of Minneapolis, MN, proposed [this legislation] bolstering the Grand Jury System. [Video] explaining the Grand Jury System and why we need one.

If you want more information or wish to join us in Washington, DC, to testify, help, and/or meet with legislators on the Judiciary Committee, please contact me here.

I purposely misspelled Mr. "Hatler's" name to avoid the word searches finding him. He fears prison and death just for exposing his story. His true name and story are contained within [the video]. Please join us to end the reign of terror purpetrated out of our US courts. 

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-Steven G. Erickson

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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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Judicial misconduct, nationally, has not been addr... by Steven G. Erickson on Saturday, Nov 8, 2008 at 9:20:53 AM