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Change of Venue - There’s due process, but are you getting it? 2018131

Change of Venue - There’s due process, but are you getting it? 2018131

February 3, 2018

"With this report, we'll knock on the door of the UN and say, we need help."

Retired Police Chief Gordon L. Wiborg, Jr., President 

National Strategy and Management Board (NSMB)

of the National Forum On Judicial Accountability (NFOJA)  

 

SPECIAL EDITION:  Through back to back episodes, Change of Venue continues its spotlighting of  Opt IN USA, a U.S. foreign policy reform, judicial accountability, and human rights campaign.  Once again our co-hosts are joined by the NSMB.  The report referenced by the quote above of NSMB President Wiborg is Opt IN USA's latest report titled “JUDICIAL IMPUNITY: The Likely Inadvertent but Deadly Failure of Democracy in America.

Our basic question for this January 31, 2018 broadcast is "Why go to the international community?" when the United States is accused of a de facto policy of judicial impunity that violates our U.S. Constitution and various other laws of America.  COV co-hosts, attorney Zena Crenshaw-Logal* and Dr. Andrew D. Jackson address the pros and cons of that move with their guests from the NSMB.

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Change of Venue - There’s due process, but are you getting it? 2018124

Change of Venue - There’s due process, but are you getting it? 2018124

January 26, 2018

This week Change of Venue spotlights Opt IN USA which is a U.S. foreign policy reform, judicial accountability, and human rights campaign.  Actually, our co-hosts are joined by the National Strategy and Management Board of the National Forum On Judicial Accountability to spotlight Opt IN USA's latest report titled “JUDICIAL IMPUNITY: The Likely Inadvertent but Deadly Failure of Democracy in America.

"Opt IN USA’s latest report takes the position that America’s policy of 'interbranch comity' and 'customary independence' do not allow average Americans to receive a fair and impartial consideration of their claims when the allegation is U.S. legal system abuse facilitated by judicial misconduct.  Worst yet, social science research confirms that we as individuals cannot get that policy changed without being part of an organized reform effort that relies on social science research and sound legal as well as public policy analyses.  Even worse is that anyone inclined to lead and fund that kind of reform effort finds himself or herself subjected to financial losses and potentially fatal stress through questionable legal proceedings."

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