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The Justice Network is engaged in advocacy, education, news gathering & dissemination, and helping people fight injustice. This blog is part of my therapy as a survivor of legal injustice. In 2010 I started the Justice Network with the domain name, chosen in the spirit of YouTube, the video-sharing site that empowered ordinary people to produce and share video, and changed the world. Through my old website I met folks from around the country. Some of their stories are profiled there. Many believe that Americas justice system is broken. The Justice Network website address is now, and NoSueorg.blogspot. This reflects a sad truth for many Americans that the justice system is broken, just a parody of justice. Reform American courts or avoid them. Your life, health and wealth is at risk. But dont just take my word, read what the experts say in stories posted here. For more law news, see the American Bar Association (ABA) Law News Now Journal

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