Freedom from Governmental Corruption is a Human Right

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By William Hudson

Expecting the United States Government, a for-profit entity, to enforce its own laws against the banks will likely not happen. Numerous leaders and officials of the United States Inc. have already admitted that the banks write the rules. Since the 2008 collapse-the lack of response, the gross violations of due process and the overall impotence of the judiciary, law enforcement and regulatory agencies clearly demonstrates who the U.S. government caters to- and it is not the American homeowner or taxpayer.

Although law does not, at the present time, regard official or governmental corruption as a human rights violation there can be no doubt that inside corruption is as life altering an event as rape, robbery, discrimination or other acts deemed to be illegal and against public policy. Allowing a bank with no standing that has not paid a dime for a property, to foreclose with fabricated documents…

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1 thought on “Freedom from Governmental Corruption is a Human Right

  1. I have read your news story titled “Bankruptcy court corruption is not just a matter of bankruptcy trustees in collusion with corrupt bankruptcy judges.”—-AG John Ashcroft which posted on May 14, 2014 by Sidney Sullivan and respected it enough that I included a copy of it as an exhibit in my pro se case that I filed with the US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit recently (Case No. 15-1942).


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