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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

California’s Judicial Predators

A New Series on Extortion, Money Laundering, and Murder in the California Judiciary by Scott Zwartz May 19, 2016      Zwartz Talk has devoted a lot of time over the … Continue reading

05/19/2016 · 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

A Modest Proposal

A New Dress Code for L.A. Courts by Scott Zwartz July 26, 2015     Oh, My Goodness!  California courts have a Jew problem. Jews are using Christian names to disguise … Continue reading

07/26/2015 · Leave a comment

Stench from the Bench #4

How Hubris Has Turned The California Judiciary into Ethical Swamp Land by Scott Zwartz Sunday, June 14, 2015 with Sunday, February 14, 2016 Addendum Brief Background of California Judicial Corruption … Continue reading

06/14/2015 · Leave a comment