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Looters' Pretend Justice System and Barbara C. Johnson

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Message Steven G. Erickson
Barbara C. Johnson is pictured with her fire engine. She used it as a colorful way to run for Massachusetts Governor. The power brokers inside of Massachusetts and elsewhere wanted to silence this premier judicial reform advocate. Barbara Johnson has named names and has exposed what a farce our US justice system is in her book, "Behind the Black Robes: Failed Justice".

Barbara talks about an unnamed US Supreme Court Justice who requested, and is being sent, a signed copy of Barbara's book. She talks about that in the uncut version of our conversation. I talked with Barbara Johnson by cell phone, yesterday evening, December 4, 2009. I was in Vermont, she in Costa Rica, and I have included the uncut, full phone conversation because there are so many interesting tidbits to that conversation. The last 11 minutes of the conversation is the first youtube.com video below. Some may argue that Barbara Johnson is in exile in Costa Rica.

In the greatest time of need, should we listen to, consider the advice, and decide to act on the wisdom of an insider who gave up her freedom, wealth, and her home just to expose the truth, offering a solution? I plan on reading her book, cover to cover.



Uncut Barbara Johnson and the US Pretend Justice System


The full, one hour, 20 minute conversation. Why not minimize it while you read email, etc.? I bet you want to listen to the whole thing.

I talked with Barbara Johnson back in 2006:


I blogged on Barbara Johnson, March 2007 here.

 

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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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