IFCAA, Chicago Grassroots Organization, Fighting Racketeering Enterprise in Family Court Alleges
"...The moral dilemma is that the "foxes" are devouring those whom they are legally-bound to protect - most horrifically - innocent children and their protective, primary caretakers. It crosses the line into psychosocial pathology."
I congratulate you for daring to face reality for what it is.
I fully agree with you that allegations of racketeering in courts across the US are not scandalous in any way.
It took me time to cross that barrier myself. However, the records show that judges were prosecuted for racketeering in:
1) Cook County, Illinois
2) San Jose, California
3) San Diego, California
4) Luzerne County, Pennsylvania
5) Currently prosecution is going on in El Paso, Texas, which is sealed for purposes that a reasonable person would not deem related to the furtherance of justice or public policy interests.
Furthermore, the evidence is overwhelming that judges should be prosecuted for racketeering in Los Angeles County, California. However, US Department of Justice is refusing to provide equal protection to the 10 million residents of the county.
Joseph Zernik, PhD
Human Rights Alert (HRA), NGO