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Why California Judicial Corruption is Ubiquitous

by Scott Zwartz   January 30, 2018    Lord Acton and Edmund Burke explained why judicial corruption resigns supreme in California. “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” Lord … Continue reading

01/30/2018 · Leave a comment

Silence Can Become Complicity in Evil

by Scott Zwartz May 24, 2017 The Corrosive Effect of a Corrupt Judiciary on Society Although we recognize the symptoms of the flu, few people understand how the flu operates … Continue reading

05/25/2017 · Leave a comment

Corruption of Western Civilization or Business as Usual

by Scott Zwartz Thursday, March 16, 2017   Western Civilization has fought against the corruption of the basic fabric of society for thousands of years. Leaving aside sophistry, all societies … Continue reading

03/17/2017 · Leave a comment

Money Laundering and the Luxembourg Connection

And You Thought it Was the French Connection by Scott [The Shadow] Zwartz April 2, 2016     How to Spot Money Laundering   in the Courts        It starts with … Continue reading

04/17/2016 · Leave a comment

The Main Cause of the Epidemic of Attorney Misconduct, Chief Justice Cantil-Sakauye

A Picture is Worth a 1,000 Words by Scott Zwartz  — October 18, 2015 May 17, 2014, You Tube, Judge Misconduct: Supreme Court Judge Tani Cantil-Sakauye October 12, … Continue reading

10/17/2015 · Leave a comment

How California Judges Cover-up and Promote Attorney Misconduct for Fun and Profit

  What the Ninth Circuit Judges Did Not Tell Us About Corruption in the California Court System by Scott Zwartz — October 18, 2015     As readers of Zwartz Talk … Continue reading

10/17/2015 · 2 Comments

California Supreme Court Protects Christians from Jews and other Infidels

California Supreme Court Supports The Constitutional Right of Judges to  Use “Christian Sharia Law” Against Jews and Others Who “Refuse Jesus Christ” by Scott Zwartz August 16, 2015    On … Continue reading

08/15/2015 · 1 Comment