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The “Make Work” for Government Hacks

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Message Steven G. Erickson

Officials paid with tax dollars feel, We the People, have unlimited pockets, and that they, the elite, own us. We should put an end to their little party.

There are judicial branch "workers" whose only job is to make numbers breaking up families and "processing people". Putting as many citizens in prison also is "make work" for friends and families of "important people" officials needing high paying jobs

Officially kidnapping kids and adopting them out brings big federal tax dollars into a state. The best example of this is former Connecticut Governor John G. Rowland, known as "Johnny" to both Presidents, Bush. He and a head of DCF, Department of Children and Families, conspired with known organized crime figures to go national with their nightmare franchise, Kiddie Max, prisons for kids. Johnny and important people would get freebies and kickbacks, and Organized Crime Figures would get to build, supply, and run facilities first in Connecticut, and then nationally at your tax dollar expense. [more on that story]

How long can you brake up families, take taxpayers offline, and keep running up the bills taxpayers pay, with no end, before something hits the fan?

It has been reported judges have been taking kickbacks to put as many citizens in prison as is possible, guilty or innocent, it doesn't matter when you're just about making the numbers and rewarding your friends and family with 6 figure a year salaries with oodles of benefits.

Court reporters are really dinosaurs, but the head of that group can have a "Deputy Director". There is such waste, nepotism, and retaliation in the judicial branch, finding ways to not have to show up to work, getting paid big, and doing as little work as is possible at taxpayer expense is an art form. [that taxpayer fraud exposed here]

Don't count on law enforcement to save the day, if police will have a special golf outing paid for with tax dollars to celebrate false arrests and imprisonment, called the "100 Club". [more information, click, scroll down]

A probation officer can commit one hundred acts of rape, abusing his position in Connecticut, get probation, not prison, and still collect a huge pension, living life high on the hog. Why are we funding "official organized crime" with our tax dollars? When is enough, enough?


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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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