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Press Release: Freedom of the Press? Not in CA if you expose a corrupt judge.

While the information is still sketchy it appears exposing judicial corruption can get you arrested in California. From early reports it appears judge Socrates Peter Manoukian is behind the arrest.

Just a taste of what is said about Judge Manoukian — think he has a motive to turn out the light?

Homophobic Racist Santa Clara University Law Professor / Judge Socrates Peter Manoukian
Power in the wrong hands is just as deadly as a gun. Fact is far too often, criminals make their way into positions of power. They victimize almost everyone they encounter. People going to them for justice end up being victimized. Meet Santa Clara County Judge Socrates Peter Manoukian. Who also by the way is a professor at the Santa Clara University in California. Judge Manoukian has a history of abuse and a long list of victims.

As soon as we learn more, we’ll update this story.

Beware, the legal establishment, being the cockroaches they are, shun the light and will use all their power and good-ole-boy network to eliminate any one by any means engaged in exposing their criminal conduct.


2 thoughts on “Press Release: Freedom of the Press? Not in CA if you expose a corrupt judge.

  1. I can’t find enough information here – it is not clear why he was arrested, what charges, what outcome?

    Posted by Michael Smith | October 28, 2014, 10:27 am
  2. Please read: OUR ENEMY THE STATE by Nock

    It is a short book but requires at least serious study…re reading etc.

    Once you GRASP what the book is saying, the ONLY possible solution to ALL these problems you read on this web site and others is simply that the state must be dissolved. That requires the constitution to be rescinded and revoked and before that, the people must establish townships. See Exodus 18:17-22

    Follow http://www.the-last-amendment.org when it is finally completed (in progress)

    Nationwide non-statutory referendum and recall

    Posted by Michael Smith | October 28, 2014, 10:30 am

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