People v Money & Judicial Criminals


People around the world are losing their land, homes and lives through the FINANCIAL CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY. Homeowners who report crimes against them and the evidence proving their homes are being stolen are abused, destroyed and lose everything to the UN-justice system we currently are experiencing. The courts are no longer of and for the people, they are a corporate structure for profit usurping the lives of all who enter the doors to save their homes and property. These two books are a must read, please take the time and read them. & 


People v Money


“America belongs to ‘We The People.’ It does not belong to the Congress. It does not belong to special interest groups. It does not belong to the Courts. It belongs to ‘We The People.’”

       John Jay (1745-1829)
       First Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

 Mark Stopa is best known as “America’s best foreclosure defense attorney.”  Mark’s cutting-edge legal arguments changed the law for the benefit of millions of Americans, and his work has been featured on the NBC Nightly News, the New York Times, USA Today, and countless media outlets in Florida, where he and his family call home. 

Judicial Criminals

Christine Morrison/Author

 Introduction “The germ of dissolution of our federal government is in the constitution of the federal Judiciary; an irresponsible body (for impeachment is scarcely a scare-crow) working like gravity by night and by day, gaining a little today and a little tomorrow, and advancing its noiseless step like a thief, over the field of jurisdiction, until all shall be usurped.”—Letter of Thomas Jefferson to Charles Hammond, August 18, 1821This is a story of perversion, criminality, and consequential social decomposition. It is a story of depraved, pathological minds using thuggery, weaponry, and unthinkable brutality to obtain selfish, illegal, and antisocial goals. It is a story of a uniquely American criminal conspiracy that even the mafia would envy. This is the story of the current tyrannical state of the American judicial system, how it has evolved itself into one of the most heinous, pernicious, and harmful criminal organizations in American history—and how those who comprise it— American judges—literally get away with murder.My story focuses on participants in modern American litigation, including me (Christine Morrison) and my captors and tormentors—American robed tyrants known as judges. I share the experience within this “systemic criminal enterprise” operated according to the craven desires of the “family law in- dustry,”—yes—an industry. The industry is populated by “specialist” lawyers, judges, social workers, psychologists, cops, and their parasitic cadre of extor- tionists, fraudsters, and malingerers—whose business model is identical to that of the mafia—use power, influence, fear, and intimidation to deplete the core of America—it’s young families—by manipulation of the machinery of American family courts. The thuggery is topped by community leaders, highly educated, well-known, and influential, yet mysteriously robed, skillful, and quiet: American judges.