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Scheidler files lawsuit against Judge Kevin Hull, Legislators Jan Angel, Michelle Caldier and Jesse Young – Racketeeing

Every citizen needs to recognize “At the core of our rotten government are the lawyers”! Please circulate this story via every social media outlet you have. It illustrates, step-by-painful-step, how lawyers use their positions within government office to engage in crimes, under the protection of the lawyers who become judges, that benefits “LAWYERS” AT THE … Continue reading

Washington’s Legislative Ethics Board has Washington State Patrol remove Scheidler from public meeting

Activist Bill Scheidler filed an ethics complaint with the Legislative Ethics Board against his 26th District Legislators, Jesse Young, Michelle Caldier and Jan Angel. During the Board’s Oct 11, meeting, Scheidler addressed the Board during the Board’s invitation for public comment. Scheidler began to speak about the obligations legislators have to protect and maintain individual … Continue reading

How to remedy judicial/lawyer corruption — a Corruption TAX.

The virtues of a “Corruption Tax” We all know that the legal establishment of judges and lawyers operates as a racketeering enterprise. That is why we are drafting a RICO complaint against the WA State Bar Association (WSBA). But such a lawsuit needs to be “litigated” in the very system that is controlled by the … Continue reading

Bruce Broussard, host of public access TV, and Bill Scheidler, activist with www.corruptwa.com, discuss public corruption.

Next Sunday, September 14, 2014, at 5PM, TV host and activist, Bruce Broussard invites Bill Scheidler for a discussion on the root causes of public corruption. Mr. Broussard is a political figure and TV host of Oregan Voter’s Digest. He is also a great humanitarian in his effort to help senior citizens. For Sunday’s show, … Continue reading

Senator Jan Angel invites Scheidler to cure misunderstandings.

Bill Scheidler, chief activist at http://www.corruptWA.com, has been critical of those legislators who seem to disregard their oath by representing government employees rather then the people they should serve. Senator Angel didn’t escape Scheidler’s criticism and she invited Scheidler for a face-to-face to address any misunderstandings. The discussion concerned the following points and hopefully made … Continue reading