My five children and I are victims of “case fixing” in Colorado and Minnesota, and of extreme “parental alienation” by their mother and her sisters and friends. And as a result, we have been separated and cutoff from all communications with each other for over a decade.
Here is a One Page Story about my family’s ordeal, which is summarized in more detail in the Introduction and Statement of the Case sections of our 2013 “Master Civil Complaint“, which was served upon the 9 defendants, but never filed due to more corruption in Washington D.C., which you can read about in my family’s lawsuit against the House Judiciary Committee, which was unlawfully rejected four times by the Clerk of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, which is just more proof that the federal courts are perverting justice too.
To date, in dealing with the rampant corruption and never ending oppression in Colorado and Minnesota and Washington D.C., I have filed over 600 court documents, and have written over 700 letters and made over 800 telephone calls to officials up the chain-of-command to the highest authorities in all three jurisdictions, but have never received even a sliver of justice or protection for my family.
Why? Because many judges, both state and federal, and other officers of our courts are fixing court cases for profit, many local, state and federal law enforcement officials are obstructing justice, and many high-officials are either involved or are looking the other way to aid the bureaucratic traitors in their racketeering.
In the beginning, I thought our situation was one-in-a-million, but now know that it is one-of-a-million in the United States. Nearly all of my 2,500 Facebook friends are victims of parental alienation and/or some sort of injustice in family law or in the criminal justice system.
And after witnessing the corruption myself, at all levels of our government, I firmly believe that most court cases are fixed in some way these days to benefit the attorneys and the government, and that most of our courts and government offices have been taken over by bureaucrats, who are gaming the system for increased profits and federal funding, and who are responsible for annually stealing tens-of-billions of dollars from unsuspecting American taxpayers and for annually extorting tens-of-billions more from unsuspecting noncustodial-parents and criminal defendants.
I started Pro Se Alliance to help those wanting to represent themselves in legal matters, those being abused by their ex-spouses or by the family courts or CPS, and those being neglected by law enforcement. I wasn’t planning to do this until much later, but since I am still being denied access to our courts, I will be shining the spotlight on the corruption in the court of public opinion — i.e., online — starting with my case, and later to expose the corruption all across the United States.
In the future, we hope to have a database into which victims can upload their complaints and evidence from the comfort of their own homes … more on this later.
You can support this important cause in a number of ways. You can visit our webpage and Facebook page for your state; you can join Pro Se Alliance or sponsor a child or a friend or a victim of injustice in your area by purchasing an annual membership for them; you can volunteer locally and electronically; you can make tax-deductible donations to the cause; and you can spread the word and educate your friends and relatives and neighbors about the corruption and our plan to expose it and end it, community-by-community, county-by-county, state-by-state.
If you are a victim or witness of child abuse or injustice, please visit our Victims page and be sure to fill out the brief form at the bottom of the page.
Thank you in advance for making Pro Se Alliance a force to be reckoned with!
*NOTE: If you would like to do legal research, write complaints and other court documents, serve process, transcribe recordings, create exhibits, or otherwise work with the founder on any of his family’s cases, go here and fill out the form at the bottom of the page.