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The Perfect Crime: Weaponized Conservatorship as a Whistleblower Gag (AUDIO)Cris Andreae Special to Salem-News.com
Once these wheels start rolling there is no stopping that train...
(PORTLAND, Ore. KBOO) - Investigative journalist, Janet Phelan has hit a deep nerve in the Judicial-Industrial brainstem: What she has uncovered is the Perfect Crime as well as the only legal, airtight bag in which to silence whistleblowers.
Thanks to dubious accidental loopholes in the legal code, it is possible to strip an individual of the right to fight a well as the resources necessary to defend oneself.
Through a system of corrupt conservators, judges and plaintiffs, virtually anyone can lose all forms of freedom and all fiduciary instruments. Essentially your money and your life.
It’s a silent crime because its victims are relieved of the means by which they might shout it from the rooftops. And public prejudice confines it to the elderly and the wealthy.
In America. And it’s so simple: Identify your target; locate a compliant judge (and they abound) and the Middleman, the Conservator and get trumping on the evidence. All you need is a random remark taken out of context, one martini too many, a bad day at the office, a bad joke... It doesn’t take much to make the average person appear crazy – not in a society that values “Normal” to the degree to which this one does.
Once these wheels start rolling there is no stopping that train. And more often than not innocent bystanders wind up under that same train. ‘Loco’? ‘Motive’?
The journalist Susan Lindauer is a friend and associate of Janet Phelan. Lindauer - an antiwar activist as well as a former US Defense intelligence and CIA asset - very nearly ended up under a locomotive.
Lindauer was accused of conspiring to act as an agent for the Iraqi Intelligence Service and engaging in prohibited financial transactions involving the government of Iraq under Saddam Hussein.
She came close to the edge after her co-opted co-workers said she was "prone to mood swings and erratic behavior".
In the end all charges were dropped prior to any trial.
Original article published here: KBOO.fm
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