"Books, TV, and movies paint a phony, delusional picture of lawyers, judges, and the judicial process. My book reveals the ugly truth."
ST. LOUIS (PRWEB) February 20, 2020
In Earl Carey’s ‘IBM and the Corruption of Justice in America,’ the dreadful, shocking truth of America's corrupt federal courts is exposed. The author spent four years representing himself in civil lawsuits against IBM and the United States government. By representing himself, he was able to penetrate the barrier and mystique which shields the operation of the corrupt judicial system from non-lawyers.
In plain, simple English the author takes the reader on a terrifying insider's tour of the operation of the federal courts, the Department of Justice and Congress. There is no tricky legal finesse. The crimes are smoking gun obvious. On an even more sinister level, the author discovered his cases were not unique. Federal judges routinely commit and cover-up criminal offenses with the full knowledge and blessing of both Department of Justice and Congress. The cast of characters includes 42 federal judges, multiple members of Congress, US attorneys, and the FBI. The author suggests that those who read the brief preface and introduction, will read the rest of the book as if it were a thrilling novel. Unfortunately, all is true.
When asked why he wrote the book, the author replied: "There are two traditional options to fight injustice in America. Conduct mass demonstrations like Martin Luther King, or conduct mass riots like Ferguson and Baltimore. I could do neither. So I wrote the book to expose this judicial corruption. Books, TV, and movies paint a phony, delusional picture of lawyers, judges, and the judicial process. My book reveals the ugly truth."
Many lawyers write books. Why don't they expose this corruption in the books they write? Author Earl Carey explains: "Omerta is the Italian word for the mafia code of silence. Lawyers adhere to their own code of silence. No lawyer will expose this judicial corruption. The corrupt judicial system is the gravy-train which enables lawyers to rake in the big bucks. The lawyers' motto says it best, ‘you win some, you lose some, but you get paid for all of them.’"
When asked to comment on the wider implications of his book, Carey stated: “First, American political leaders take great delight in criticizing injustice in countries such as Russia, North Korea, and Iran. They harp on American ‘values.’ Yet all the while, they knowingly permit federal judges to operate like black-robed mafia dons. The hypocrisy is appalling. Second is the tremendous power large corporations have to manipulate government to their own advantage endangers our society. This book presents a perfect example. IBM, the original tech giant, was able to fix a case in federal court and have forty-two federal judges from across the nation fall in line as if they were lemmings. Third, the corrupt judicial system spreads its poison throughout our government and society. Contempt for the rule of law and justice will provide a never-ending string of scandals to dominate the headlines."
‘IBM and the Corruption of Justice in America: The Carey-Gate Story,’ is available in eBook format at all major online eBook retailers.
About Earl Carey
Earl Carey has a bachelor’s degree in engineering and a masters degree in business administration. He has worked in engineering for General Motors and Ford, and in various marketing positions for IBM. When he wrote ‘IBM and the Corruption of Justice in America’ in 1992, no publisher would touch it. The self-published first edition had limited distribution. Now for the first time, this remarkable book is available to people around the world at all major online ebook retailers.