Friday, February 9, 2018

Robin Williams Suicide Led To 1,841 Additional Deaths

Robin Williams suicide in 2014 led to an temporary increase in the suicide rate of almost 10%. That's 1,841 additional deaths, of which 1,398 were men.

There has been a lot of speculation as to what caused Williams to hang himself. His wife said it was Lewy body dementia. Others have pointed out that the crippling alimony payments he was making combined with his increasing inability to work due to his illness was the real reason he took his own life.

Alimony, more often than not, is awarded not for need but as a result of successful criminal fraud. Often, as with my case, blatant criminal fraud. People become trapped by it. They work and work and then one day, due to the economy or illness, like in Robin Williams case, or even just old age, they cannot make as much money as before. So they kill themselves so that their loved ones at least get something before they die. You could not design a better program to promote suicide.

The unfortunate thing is that there is a cascading effect with suicides. The more famous you are the larger the effect tends to be but in aggregate the effect is greater with suicides of the non-famous because there are so many more.

Robin Williams suicide, which likely would never have happened if the court and not awarded alimony to his ex-wives, led to an additional 1,841 deaths. But suicides due to the burden of alimony happen every day.  And those suicides likewise lead to other suicides. Every day. This will go on a long as family courts rule unjustly and with impunity.

Friday, February 2, 2018

Fighting Judicial Corruption

I ran across an very interesting article on how to fight judicial and government corruption. It is basically a game plan for dealing with corruption in the courtroom.
  • Part 1 in this series is "Go in with Your Eyes Open."
  • Part 2 in this series is "Fire Your Attorney." 
  • Part 3 in this series is "Establish a Support Network."Always abide by the Rules
  • Part 4 in this series is "Know How Judges Commit Crimes."
  • Part 5 in this series is "Document Everything -- Take Notes -- Put it in Writing."
  • Part 6 in this series is "Always abide by the Rules." 
  • Part 7 in this series is "Prepare Everything Very Carefully."
  • Part 8 in this series is "Get Your Facts and Evidence Together."
  • Part 9 in this series is "Get Help from Others."
  • Part 10 in this series is "Take Advantage of Every Opportunity to Generate Proof of Corruption."
  • Part 11 in this series is "File Motions for Conferences and Hearings"
  • Part 12 in this series is "Always have Witnesses at Hearings"
  • Part 13 in this series is "Check the Orders in Your Case"
  • Part 14 in this series is "Put your Proof on a Website"
  • Part 15 in this series is "Appeal Early and Often"
  • Part 16 in this series is "File Criminal Charges with the District Attorney and U.S. Attorney"
  • Part 17 in this series is "File Motions for Recusal"

Great advice. There really isn't anything I disagree with but unfortunately my life is so busy I have not done all the steps. For example, rather than filing criminal charges I have simply mailed complaints to the FBI.

It is good to know I am not alone.