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Judge Gets 5 years in Prison for Orchestrating False Arrest

 Judge Bryant Cochran was sentenced to 5 years in prison for civil rights violations for orchestrating the false arrest of a witness who was cooperating with the state judicial disciplinary agency’s 2012 ethics investigation.  U.S. District Judge Harold Murphy was the federal judge who sentenced Cochran.

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Juvenile Judge Comes Clean about Collusion between Lawyers and Judges

Former Justice John F. Molloy wrote a stunning eye opener on court corruption in The Fraternity,  an account of the collusion between judges and lawyers. This book should shed some light on the corrupt goings on in courtrooms across the U.S., and should be a “must read” for all aspiring and present U.S. Attorneys, as…

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FBI False Forensic Testimony Resulted in Wrongful Executions

FBI False Forensic Testimony FBI false forensic testimony regarding hair and fiber evidence no doubt resulted in wrongful convictions and executions.  The FBI admitted its “elite” forensic investigators gave false testimony which helped prosecutors convict people. This was a fatal blow to the confidence the American people and the world have in the FBI’s integrity….

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Medicare Fraud: Senior Phlebotomist at NY Area Hospital Details Routine Medicare Fraud

Medicare Fraud Medicare Fraud was apparently a routine matter for a NY area hospital, according to a senior Phlebotomist employed there. He gave details on how unnecessary blood tests were routinely  performed – and subsequently billed to Medicare. A Supervising Phlebotomist from a large area hospital has communicated with us that the hospital routinely sent…

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Medicaid Fraud Ulster County, NY – Slammed for Medicaid Non – Compliance!

Medicaid Fraud or  “Non -Compliance” ? The Ulster County Medicaid Office / DSS was hit with a 6 million Dollar Fine on a Medicaid Fraud, Waste and Abuse claim. Had a Whistleblower from inside that office retained a Whistleblower attorney and was the first to report the alleged fraud, they could be the one to collect up to…