Yet, we can write as many books as we want. It does not change the reality thatour system is no longer broken down - it is simply broken.One can label it public corruption, or political corruption or private corruption. Itstill comes out to the same result.That result is injustice due to corruption.Out of the three branches of law, the judicial system, which I am a proud member of and hold in high regard, is the one system that needs to answer the public.Today it is as if someone or something has reached down from high above andwrapped a large gag around the voice of justice.Justice is a process
there was no justice. Justice is path
that path was replacedwith a puzzle maze. Justice was not the result.A family of four living in a multimillion dollar home on a two-acre lot with seven pygmy goats where the mom sits on the head of the 4H Club and other rotary typeorganizations. The young adult children are mild mannered who still raise farmanimals. This is not the face of homelessness but the corruption and disrepute thathas been allowed (by you) to creep into the mainstream media and social discourseof day to day life, has allowed this to become the true face of homelessness.This is permanent displacement of the socioeconomic status of the middle tomiddle upper class. This not just a constituent within your district, this is a mirror image of you.This family became a victim of fraud. However, such massive financial fraud has been allowed for years to go officially unrecognized that now any fraud, even thisfraud by a small group of people who would never pay handsomely for your vote,is allowed to financially and emotionally destroy others for their own greed withimpugnity.For me, this is a case that shows up on my professional experience as follows:
Koshak v 10675 S. Orange Park Blvd, LLC et al.
(Orange CountySuperior Court). A group of hard-money lenders, forged a note,created the defendant LLC and foreclosed on the property withoutaccounting for any of the money they allegedly loaned the Koshak