by Laurie Azgard
Brian’s mother had emailed me photographs of the ANTIFA #BlacksLifeMatter protests going on in Martinsville, Virginia. Here is what doesn’t make sense. The protests are all focused upon just the police officer who had killed George Floyd, a suspect. However the protests need to be focused upon all state and federal judicial corruption.
Corrupt police are a byproduct of the corrupt court system, the corrupt criminal [in]justice system. Corrupt Congress and corrupt legislators who gave immunity to federal judges, state judges, and police officers. They were all given sovereign immunity, qualified immunity. Immunity means that a government employee cannot be held liable for committing crimes and harming people illegally under civil law. Police officers and probation officers alike are allowed to commit perjury, defrauding the court, and obstruction of justice.
Federal judges are allowed to lie about criminal defendants or even lie about a party to the case and cannot be removed from the case despite lying about a party is considered defamation of character or even slander/libel.
It ain’t just George Floyd that is the victim of police brutality or even a victim of a corrupt judicial system that allows police to commit all kinds of heinous crimes and commit perjury or even be allowed to destroy evidence or submit false evidence in court records.
Meet Brian D. Hill, former news reporter of USWGO alternative news.
It wasn’t just Brian D. Hill who was a victim of police corruption and judicial corruption. It isn’t just George Floyd. At least he didn’t have to live through hell and torment every single day being lied about by federal judges and police, being lied about constantly and motions being denied by the judges over and over again without mercy. There are more people, both black people and white people who were all victims of corruption, police corruption, judicial corruption. This is what #BlackLivesMatter should focus on, fixing the corrupt federal and state judicial systems, get laws passed to remove immunity from all judges both state and federal, and get rid of immunity of federal and state probation officers allowing them to be held criminally and civilly liable to hold them accountable for their crimes which is the very foundations of the rule of law.
Here in the above referenced photograph, is Howard Dudley who was also photographed with Brian D. Hill of USWGO alternative news, both accused of crimes that both were innocent of due to corruption of the police and judicial system.
Howard Dudley was a man who was wrongfully convicted and falsely accused of child molestation. Later on the Innocence Projects or one of them, proved his innocence and Howard Dudley is out of prison.
Read Howard Dudley’s story: https://www.law.umich.edu/special/exoneration/Pages/casedetail.aspx?caseid=4884
Brian D. Hill is a white man and had the book thrown at him, was a victim of defamation of character, false evidence, obstruction of justice, perjury, subornation of perjury, deprivation of rights under the color of law. Brian was forced to falsely plead guilty due to ineffective counsel that didn’t even show him all of the Brady materials that he was entitled to and now those same Brady materials had been admittedly destroyed by the U.S. attorney office of Greensboro, North Carolina.
Howard Dudley is a black man and had the book thrown at him, he was a victim of false allegations of child sex abuse that he never did in his life. He refused to take the guilty plea agreement. Because of that, he was sentenced to many years in state prison, suffered the repercussions of being punished because he wouldn’t falsely admit to having sex with a child. A CRIME HE NEVER DID, HE WAS FOUND EXONERATED. He was never guilty of the crime. He was treated bad by police, and #BlackLivesMatter and ANTIFAN did not cover his story. He had reported that he may have to apply for disability or government welfare because he still has a criminal record despite being exonerated and the NC cowardly democratic governor Roy Cooper [who also did absolutely nothing about Brian’s case] refused to do anything to give Howard Dudley a pardon of innocence which would entirely wipe away his criminal record which should have happened a long time ago when proof surfaced that Howard Dudley was innocent and never did anything to a child.
Here are some photographs of the Martinsville #BlackLivesMatter protesters who probably don’t even know about Howard Dudley, a wrongfully convicted black man, and a white man Brian D. Hill who had gone through years of verbal abuse and terror by corrupt federal judges, corrupt federal prosecutors, and corrupt Mayodan and Martinsville police departments who rather terrorize or put Brian in fear of being targeted because they rather take part in targeting him rather than admit that he was innocent and was targeted for years over operating USWGO alternative news. I am sure those protesters in Martinsville know nothing of Howard Dudley and others who were wrongfully convicted. This ain’t just about the wrongful death and murder of George Floyd by a police officer who placed his knee on George Floyd’s neck, but this is about a corrupt judicial system that protects corrupt police, protects corrupt judges, protects corrupt lawyers, and protects corrupt prosecutors. The corrupt judicial system and corrupt police do not merely target just black people, but target all races. There are white wrongful convictions, black wrongful convictions. Ryan Ferguson is one of them. The corruption doesn’t just target George Floyd, but his wrongful death will not be the end of it unless the corrupt courts are well reformed otherwise we don’t really have a third branch of government. The judicial branch of government is corrupt and is out of control. Police are allowed to kill anybody they want because of the out of control judicial tyranny.
The truth is, this should not just apply to George Floyd, he never would have wanted the riots done in his name. Rather, I believe he would have wanted a reform to our corrupt federal and state court systems, a reform to the corrupt United States Marshals service, a reform to the corrupt police departments, and reforms to our corrupt lawyers. Martin Luther King would rather that our judicial systems be reformed to respect the constitution, the rule of law, and hold account not just the citizens but also of the law enforcement officers as well.Even the United States Supreme Court had said that government actors should not break the law under the guise to enforcing the law.
“Crime is contagious. If the government becomes a lawbreaker, it breeds contempt for law; it invites every man to become a law unto himself; it invites anarchy. To declare that in the administration of the criminal law the end justifies the means-to declare that the government may commit crimes in order to secure the conviction of a private criminal-would bring terrible retribution. Against that pernicious doctrine this court should resolutely set its face.”