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Fraud Upon the Court: Reclaiming the Law, Joyfully

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320 pages5 hours

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A scathing look at our legal system, Fraud Upon the Court explores the important topic of fraud committed in a case by a member of the court. Mary Maxwell discusses famous trials in which she believes fraud upon the court has occurred, including the trials of Troy Davis, James Earle Ray, and various 9/11 cases, and advocates the use of a Writ of Coram Nobis to remedy the frauds. The book also explains the biological reason people believe authority and how to have a court case set aside if the judge cheated, no matter how many years ago.

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