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Thursday, September 23, 2021

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Edwin Bell

This article is on point and amazingly accurate. Courts have been accepting claims filed by Esq's who only file claims for these nefarious corporations that use questionable documents for debts that cannot be validated. One big factor that allows these claims to be filed by the thousands (1000s) on a daily basis in practically every state is the income or fees paid to the courts for each claim filed. The math doesn't lie, most states have fees of at least one hundred and sixty five dollars ($165.00) plus the Esq. attorneys fee, usually twenty dollars ($20.00). Millions of cases are filed annually all across America. These same five corporations pay the bills at each Courthouse, but they've also created massive growth by expanding Court construction, adding Judges, chamber clerks, and court employees to process claims, writs, garnishments, and miscellaneous documents. Expanding the Courts based on what is essentially five nefarious corporations or potentially criminal syndicates is an oxymoron of what the Judiciary's job is suppose to do. The Judiciary has been hijacked by greedy corporations using fraud or counterfeit documents to extort the most vulnerable people in our society. Where do we go from here?

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