Book: Motion for Justice - I Rest My Case by Brian Vukadinovichcategories: Book, Battle for Justice, Judicial Corruption Exposed, Exposing Unsavory Lawyers, Beating Unsavory Lawyers, Corrupt School Officials, Courts Condoning Corruption, Lawyer Deception Allowed, Judges Accepting Lies, Corrupt Judges, Civil Rights
Brian Vukadinovichabout this book: This book chronicles injustices I have faced in my adult life at the hands of corrupt police who conspired to have me falsely arrested on numerous occasions in Indiana where I became the subject of a widespread police conspiracy because I fought back against numerous false arrests and vindictive prosecutions calculated to silence me. This book discusses how the FBI and Department of Justice looked the other way and disregarded tangible evidence of numerous police harassments and brutalities against me in order to protect corrupt police. The book discusses how then assistant attorney general and current national security adviser John Bolton ignored evidence of police misconducts in a civil rights investigation and refused to meet with me to discuss his action of ignoring evidence in order to protect corrupt police activities.
This book also chronicles how numerous unsavory lawyers got involved to have me unjustly fired from my teaching jobs in Indiana and how I fought back and represented myself in federal court against the corporation's team of lawyers and won two federal cases including a five day jury trial in March 2016 when I convinced a federal jury that the school corporation violated my due process rights and awarded significant damages to me. The readers of this book will learn how corrupt the state and federal judiciaries can be when it comes to peoples' constitutional rights and how the courts go out of their way to protect corporations and government agencies against peoples' civil rights claims.
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