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Chief Justice Susan Denham updated
by W. Finnerty Mon Sep 10, 2012 12:07
An update for Chief Justice Susan Denham, and a selection of her legal profession colleagues, using an e-mail titled "The Internet's potential for challenging government crime" was sent to her (and them) last Saturday. The full text of the e-mail used can be viewed at:
In connection with the above-mentioned update, it's DEFINITELY (in my opinion) well worth keeping in mind the following fascinating conclusions on "government wrongdoing" by master-lawyer/politician Thomas Jefferson (third president of the Republic of the United States of America):
"Experience, however, soon showed in what way they (the legal profession) were to become the most dangerous ..."
I would describe Mr Jefferson's overall conclusion in this regard as: "Spot on, 100% most exactly correct".
See also: http://tinyurl.com/blrzs5b
All of my much more recent and lengthy research into global "government crime" very strongly suggests that, by every kind of devious and surreptitious means imaginable, it is "top-drawer", highly arrogant, and grossly corrupt members of the legal professions who are providing the essential "keystones" for "government corruption, crime, and cover-ups" all around the world; and, that in such endeavours, they are working very closely with the "bangsters" (or "Money Power Psychopaths" as some see them): especially in connection with the treasonous and highly criminal matter of producing and sustaining unconstitutional "law" (bogus and invalid "law" that is), which supports the gigantic fraud-ridden "bangster/legal profession scams" such as "fractional-reserve lending", "derivatives gambling", and the like; and, not forgetting of course all the "bank bailouts" associated with such global multi-quadrillion Euros swindles, plus the financing of "regime change" wars in places such as Libya, and so on.
The above text is based on a comment dated September 10th 2012 at the following Indymedia (Ireland) location:
Human Rights Ireland: http://www.humanrightsireland.com/