Taxation Without Legal Representation Is Tyranny, Says Legal Parasites

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Legal Parasites LLC is demanding a complete reform of American's legal system, with no statute of limitations for crimes committed by judges, lawyers, or district attorneys, because they were above the law at the time they committed their crimes. While demands for legal system reform are common, Legal Parasites has a bold program detailing how it could be accomplished.

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Legal Parasites LLC is demanding a complete reform of American's legal system, with no statute of limitations for crimes committed by judges, lawyers, or district attorneys, because they were above the law at the time they committed their crimes. While demands for legal system reform are common, Legal Parasites has a bold program detailing how it could be accomplished.

The site (http://www.legalparasites.com) contains a partial list of groups and individuals who are exposing corruption and demanding reform. In January, World News issued this warning, "America's Corrupt Legal System Danger to Visitors, Travelers as Well as USA Residents". Parent Advocates wrote that New York has "The most corrupt court system in the United States". Judge Edith Jones of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, said that the American legal system has been corrupted almost beyond recognition. She also stated, "The legal system has also been wounded by lawyers who themselves no longer respect the rule of law" and that government agencies are a threat to the rule of law.

Legal Parasites states that the biggest problem is lack of accountability, calling the legal system the most sophisticated organized crime in America. Traditional demands to reform the legal system have been largely ignored by Congress, so Legal Parasites has stated the intention of directing public outrage to force changes, and calls on the ACLU to help.

Republicans have been demanding tort reform, which benefits insurance companies by limiting judgments against them, instead of health care reform. So, it's unclear if they mistakenly think tort reform is legal system reform which would call for prosecution of insurance company attorneys and executives.

Legal Parasites states that Republican tea parties are meaningless because "they're not going to refuse to pay taxes or revolt against the government". Instead of overthrowing the government and refusing to pay taxes, Legal Parasites advocates overthrowing the leaders who refuse to reform the legal system and the elimination of the IRS, which could be replaced with a sales tax.

The message Legal Parasites sends is that nothing will change until the American people demand it, and warns that unless the American people demand those changes, they could be facing violence, followed by government crackdowns and loss of freedoms.

Legal Parasites invites the public to send in their stories of abuse, and gives an example of a case involving Guide One Insurance Co. and clients Betty Beuving and Floyd Brandt (Berry vs Deep Valley Christian School Mendocino County Superior Court, Case No. SCUK-CVG-05-94033). The defendants were principals in a parochial school in which a child was repeatedly attacked by the son of an employee and suffered permanent injury. These facts were not disputed in court. The jury did find the principals guilty of negligence, but awarded nothing to the child, so Guide One's attorney, Steven Bangerter, immediately demanded over $100,000 from the child's family for their costs.

The CA Appeals Court granted the plaintiffs a six month extension to file their brief, then two extensions of time (No. A122748), because of the trial. However, in a letter to the Appeals Court this month, the family stated that Guide One's ongoing attempts to collect for costs prevented the family from being able to afford the appeal. They also told the Appeals Court that Guide One's actions have cost them bankruptcy, years of stress, and one developed a heart condition from the stress.

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