Hats off to Jay Ambrose for his excellent column “Judges should give America a chance,” published April 17 in The Free Press.
This is but the tip of a greater iceberg that not many Americans are aware of. Upon digging deeper one can find multiple documented facts on some of the legal travesties that are happening in our court system today. A number of them can be found and are documented in the book "Licensed to Lie" by Sidney Powell.
It does a great job of exposing corruption in the U.S. court system today. The book is well laid out and written by a licensed, practicing lawyer who definitely knows what she’s talking about and what facts are important and critical for the fair treatment of both citizens and businesses in our country.
The author documents facts as well as numerous errors that have occurred in a number of major cases before the courts at various times such as the indictments of Enron, Arthur Anderson LLP, Merrill Lynch and other large and well respected corporations.
A number of officers and employees of these companies have wrongfully served court-imposed prison sentences as a result of some of the messes that have been created. A number of those indictments were documented in the book as having been obtained by some rather dubious means on the part of the prosecution.
I found this to be a very interesting, worthwhile and informational as well as an alarming narrative on many problems in today’s American legal system.