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6/7/2013 See How Your Money is Spent by Fraudulent Lawers. The Story Below Showed How The Court Demanded the Defendent / Victim Pay $50,000 to be Further Sued By The Plaintiff’s Attorneys.  See Where The Money Went – Click Here.

2/6/12 Morris County Courthouse, New Jersey.  Judge Extorting Defendant To Pay $100,000 For Trial Or Lose All Rights. 

Defendant’s motion seeking fairness for multiple false accusations proven false by experts was rejected in its entirety.  Judge instead rewarded Plaintiff’s legal team’s bad behavior by court ordering a $50,000 payment from defendant’s 401K retirement fund for Plaintiff’s legal team for future litigation against Defendant.  The Judge basically wrote a blank check to the lawyers.  With over $500,000 already spent on the case so far, this shows the level of abuse inherent in this system.  The Judge refused the Defendant the same payment for him to hire his own legal team which violates law.  This case is going to trial as court ordered by the Judge.  The ultimate breakdown of all divorce cases is a trial which typically bankrupts families.  Less than 1% of all divorce cases result in trial. 

This is a typical case of a Judge taking care of lawyers with handsome fee payments.  The family court serves as the front end marketing arm for court experts and fees for lawyers.  The FCLU is conducting an extensive background check of all OPRA records related to the Plaintiff’s law firm, is using social media to find other victims and is preparing a class action suit against the law firm.  The FCLU is also conducting a lifestyle background check against the Judge to see if goods, services and cash are changing hands. Judges also routinely influence custody evaluator’s reports as punishment against parents.  Should this occur, a civil rights suit shall be brought against the judiciary which shall be the second such suit in two years for this Judge.  Stay tuned on this case.

“Whoever, either verbally or by a written or printed communication, maliciously threatens to accuse another of any crime or offense, or by such communication maliciously threatens an injury to the person, property or reputation of another, or maliciously threatens to expose another to disgrace, or to expose any secret affecting another, or to impute any deformity or lack of chastity to another, with intent thereby to extort money or any pecuniary advantage whatsoever, or with intent to compel the person so threatened, or any other person, to do any act or refrain from doing any act against his or her will, shall be guilty of a felony of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084”