Bloomington, IN (Vocus) October 12, 2010
Author Stephen Worob boldly relives a traumatic past to raise awareness as he challenges the norm in Pennsylvania, A State of Corruption. Published through Xlibris, this tell-all book presents a gripping account of abuse and corruption happening in the local and national judicial systems.
In 1992, author Stephen Worob volunteered at the Morrisville School board to make a small town a better place. Thirteen years later, he was persecuted by a powerful and evil justice system that inflicted unbearable heartache that stole his family’s future for honoring his oath. His crime was that, he passionately stood up and spoke out against corruption and refused to be silenced. As his wife battled for her life with cancer, Pennsylvania’s vindictive system of justice caused their family to be dragged for more than two years through a frivolous lawsuit and misguided judgment that tore his family apart.
Honest, unapologetic, and downright eye-opening, Pennsylvania, A State of Corruption was written to inform that, based on a personal perspective and research, law enforcement is selective and the court system is being used to protect corruption while the supposedly watchdogs are under siege, making sure to manipulate the media and to crush anyone who stands in the way.
This book will be featured at the 2010 Pennsylvania Library Association Book Exhibit in Lancaster, PA on October 24–27, 2010. Readers who wish to learn more about this book can log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
Stephen Worob is a former councilman and former school board member in Morrisville, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, where he has resided for over forty-five years. After graduating from the Morrisville School District in 1976, he and his father built his home where his wife, Brenda, raised their children, Jenny and Stephen Jr. He has worked for the Public Service Electric and Gas Company for twenty-eight years, while he purchased and revitalized several shabby old homes in his part time. Currently, he serves on the Morrisville School Borough Council, while his wife serves the school board of Morrisville. Both of them believe that now, more then ever, taxpayers need to get involved, pay attention, and support the beleaguered watchdogs that are watching out for them.
Pennsylvania, A State of Corruption * by Stephen Worob
Publication Date: May 28, 2009
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