20Apr/160

Judge okay with perjury and fraud in his court!

Marty Watters, Investigative Reporter

Judge Dennis L. Phillips

Judge Dennis L. Phillips

 

The latest in the United Airlines asbestos cover-up: Administrative Law Judge Dennis L. Phillips has decided to allow perjury and fraud in his court.

After receiving irrefutable evidence that federal officials committed perjury and fraud,
Judge Phillips inexplicably reversed his previous ruling to go to trial and decided to throw the entire case out of court without even conducting a hearing.

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Note: Judge Phillips is fully aware that Mr. Simkus provide documented proof of fraud and conferred with the parties involved. The Judge is also fully aware that I did as well.

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Nevertheless, Judge Phillips ruled that you can commit perjury and fraud in his court as long as you are a government official protecting a large corporation like United Airlines.

Sadly, Judge Phillips' decision to tip the scales of justice in favor of the lawbreakers comes as no surprise.

Because the fact is that the evidence against United Airlines is so strong, it would invariably expose public corruption and the lucrative protection racket the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is running.

Under these circumstances, what Judge Phillips did is entirely understandable. After all, what judge really wants to tell government agency officials that they can't do favors for large corporations?

And what's the use of having power if you can't abuse it? Right?

However, there is one pesky fact that Judge Phillips may be overlooking: I still have the overwhelming documented proof that these crimes are being committed.

And unlike Judge Phillips, I don't do favors for corrupt government officials and large corporations that engage in criminal activity.

That's why I will be sharing the proof I have in my possession with the public and all the individuals who are currently being adversely affected by the conduct of United Airlines and its government cronies.

And you never know. The public corruption exposed here is so blatant that the Dept. of Justice might even feel they have no choice but to do something about it.

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We shall see.

One thing is for sure. The new board of directors at United Airlines will have their work cut out for them keeping the lid on this can of worms.

More to come....including kickback schemes.

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