The Illusion of American Justice

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AuthorHouse, 2000 - Political Science - 444 pages
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I had been doing some serious writing about crime and inept politicians whom I believed were selling our constitutional laws for votes, power, and greed. In the early part of 1996, I was contacted by Eugene Wzorek, a young man who had been fighting the Chicago Federal Courts for over fourteen years, asking me to help him expose the corruption he discovered during his ordeal that left him with practically nothing.

I asked Wzorek, "Why me?" since there were hundreds more experienced writers than I. He told me that he had a long string of professional journalists on his case who wanted to expose the corruption, but couldn't because if they went all the way they would have lost their jobs. After a long conversation with Wzorek, I decided to give it a shot!

From the beginning, I contacted politicians, political organizations, institutes, and talk-show hosts; and, in spite of all the evidence that Wzorek had, they turned us down because they feared exposing the corruption. By this time, others came forth with evidence showing how the Chicago Federal Courts also shafted them. I decided that the best way to expose all this corruption was to write a book. Since much of the corruption was taking place in the White House and on Capitol Hill, with all the lies, misdeeds, fraud, corruptive maneuvering by U.S. Senators, the U.S. Attorney General, and inept politicians trying to cover up President Bill Clinton's immoral behavior and misdeeds (even ignoring the 60(B) Rule of Law), I believed that it was time to expose the corruption on a national basis.

I still believe that in spite of all the so-called modern technologies, books are the greatest source of information and the best way to go!


"The Information that you furnished is certainly disturbing, as is the predictable attitude of the Attorney General and her minions--. I constantly watch The O'Reilly Factor and I feel certain that Mr. O'Reilly and his staff would be quite interested in what you have to say.
Good luck in your quest for justice."
-David P. Schippers

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Zempich helps to expose corruption in city government.

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