Victims of Injustice

VICTIMS OF INJUSTICE will be the focus of the initial Mission and Projects of THE PEOPLE’S BRANCH (TPB).

Updates on the Nationwide Investigation and information on the “Phone Blitz”

If you are a Victim of Injustice (see examples below), Step 1 is to register in the “Project #1-Nationwide Investigation” by filling out the brief form below. Future steps will be sent to the email address you provide.


TPB and PSA have strict privacy policies. Your information will be shared with advocates, volunteers, investigators and other officials working on the investigation, but will never be shared with any third parties not intimately connected to the investigation.

BEWARE OF TROLLS, “FAKE” ADVOCATES AND VICTIMS, AND OTHER SUSPICIOUS CHARACTERS. No one at TPB or PSA or any other entity involved in the investigation will ever ask you for your Social Security number, bank or credit card numbers, or any other highly-personal information. If you are being discouraged by anyone from participating in this investigation, please report the incident here.

NOTE: Please register only once; if you do not receive the Step 2 Forms within 48 hours, report it here. Also, please register when you are ready to participate. Step 2 and Step 3 are easy and you should be able to complete them fairly quickly; Step 4, however, the final and most important step, is difficult, but many have completed it — if you have trouble, someone will help you.

REGISTER HERE:

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Please know that the “Project #1-Nationwide Investigation” is being run by volunteers, and therefore 100% of your donations will go directly to the cause—to cover the costs of copying, printing, postage and other expenses.

Thank you for your service to the People of the united States of America!


ARE YOU A VICTIM OF INJUSTICE?

The founder and his children are victims of over 10 years of extreme state-sponsored “Parental Alienation,” “case fixing,” and other injustices in family law and the criminal justice system, corruption at Child Protective Services (CPS), Child Support Services (CSS), and local, state and federal law enforcement, and other injustices in Colorado, Minnesota, and Washington D.C. Know that you and the founder are not alone.

It is now known that millions of Americans are victims of injustice to some degree. Every year, tens-of-thousands more fall victim to “fixed” divorces, dependency and neglect cases, and other family law cases, criminal cases, probate cases, bankruptcies and other federal actions, and nearly every other type of court case in both the state and federal courts, in which, every year, hundreds-of-billions of dollars are stolen from unsuspecting Americans.

You are a victim of injustice in divorce or separation if:

You are a fit parent and requested but did not receive equal custody.

You are a fit parent and requested but did not receive equal decision-making responsibility.

Your child support order is arbitrary, unjust, unfair, unreasonable, not based on the facts or evidence or child support guidelines in your state, or based on “imputed income” or otherwise “jacked up” to maximize federal funding.

You appropriately requested but did not receive nullification of your void child support order, which is arbitrary, unjust, unfair, unreasonable, not based on the facts or evidence or child support guidelines in your state, or based on “imputed income” or otherwise “jacked up” to maximize federal funding.

You had your driver’s license suspended, were jailed for child support arrears, or were otherwise criminalized as the noncustodial parent.

Any attorney, judge or party committed fraud upon the court.

Your divorce was “churned” or “fixed” in any other way to maximize profits to the officers of the court and/or to maximize federal funding to the state and county.

You reported contact or visitation denials, “parental alienation,” or any other form of child abuse to local law enforcement or CPS, who told you that it was a civil matter or otherwise failed to protect your children or provide them services in the criminal justice system.

You reported contact or visitation denials, “parental alienation,” or any other form of child abuse to the judge in your case, who volleyed responsibility back to law enforcement or otherwise failed to adjudicate the matter.

You reported contact or visitation denials, “parental alienation,” or any other form of child abuse to a Guardian ad Litem, Child and Family Investigator, State or County official, or other Mandatory Reporter, who willfully neglected the matter.

You reported the “case fixing” and other official misconduct to the judge, local law enforcement, state attorney general, FBI, and/or any other local, state or federal authorities, but were denied an investigation, protection from further harm, or any other service in the criminal justice system, or were subjected to further injustice or criminal misconduct by those responsible for your safety.

You are a victim of injustice in Child Support Services if:

You appropriately requested but did not receive administrative “Review and Adjustment” of your child support.

You appropriately requested but did not receive adjudication of your “Motion to Modify” your child support.

You were denied any other service under “Title IV-D” of the Social Security Act.

You had your driver’s license suspended, credit destroyed, or bank accounts levied without due process or in any other unlawful way, were jailed for child support arrears, or were otherwise criminalized as the noncustodial parent.

You were denied services in the “Fatherhood Initiative Program” or “Responsible Fatherhood Program” or any other program or service administered by CSS.

You reported the CSS corruption to your County Commissioners, local law enforcement, state attorney general, FBI, and/or any other local, state or federal authorities, but were denied an investigation, protection from further harm, or any other service in the criminal justice system, or were subjected to further injustice or criminal misconduct by those responsible for your safety.

You are a victim of injustice in a dependency and neglect case or other CPS proceeding if:

You are a fit parent and your child was kidnapped or otherwise unlawfully taken by CPS.

You are a fit parent and your parental rights were diminished or terminated.

Your child was unlawfully placed in foster care by CPS.

Your child was unlawfully put up for adoption by CPS.

You fell victim to any other violation of “Title IV-E” of the Social Security Act.

You are a fit grandparent or next-of-kin but were denied placement.

Any CPS official or other officer of the court committed fraud upon the court.

Any attorney, judge or party committed fraud upon the court.

Your dependency and neglect case was “churned” or “fixed” in any other way to maximize profits to the officers of the court and/or to maximize federal funding to the state and county.

You reported the CPS corruption to the judge, local law enforcement, state attorney general, FBI, and/or any other local, state or federal authorities, but were denied an investigation, protection from further harm, or any other service in the criminal justice system, or were subjected to further injustice or criminal misconduct by those responsible for your safety.

You are a victim of injustice in the criminal justice system if:

You are indigent and were denied effective counsel or any other due service.

You were subjected to excessive bail or fines, or to cruel or unusual punishment.

You were hoodwinked into accepting an unfair plea deal designed to benefit the state.

You were denied witnesses at your probable cause hearing or at trial.

Your exculpatory evidence was suppressed or fraudulent evidence was admitted.

The prosecutor or judge committed fraud upon the court.

You were over-charged, over-fined, over-incarcerated, over-sentenced, over-supervised, over-treated, over-paroled, or otherwise set up for profit by the officers of the court.

You reported the case fixing, racketeering and other criminal misconduct to the judge, local law enforcement, state attorney general, FBI, and/or any other local, state or federal authorities, but were denied an investigation, protection from further harm, or any other service in the criminal justice system, or were subjected to further injustice or criminal misconduct by those responsible for your safety.

You are a victim of injustice in a probate case if:

Control of your elderly parent or your family’s estate was unlawfully taken prior to death or for any other unlawful reason by the officers of the court.

Your elderly parent was wrongly deemed incapacitated, was isolated from you, was drugged against your will, or was otherwise taken advantage of by one or more officers of the court.

Multiple attorneys, guardians, trustees or other officers of the court were appointed to your case, merely to churn your case and steal as much of your family’s estate as possible.

Any part of your family’s estate was unlawfully seized or stolen.

Any officer of the court or party committed fraud upon the court.

Your probate case was “churned” or “fixed” in any other way to maximize profits to the officers of the court and/or to maximize federal funding to the state and county.

You reported the elder abuses, case fixing, racketeering and other criminal misconduct to the judge, local law enforcement, state attorney general, FBI, and/or any other local, state or federal authorities, but were denied an investigation, protection from further harm, or any other service in the criminal justice system, or were subjected to further injustice or criminal misconduct by those responsible for your safety.


In Step 2, you will be providing a one-page summary of your ordeal and other information for the investigators; see the founder’s summary here. We will, of course, be providing our real names and information in the investigation.

Unless we find a better way, most of the future Steps in the investigation will be accomplished via PDFs sent to the email address you provided.

In the meantime, if you do not know what a PDF is or have never used one, don’t worry – it’s easy and free. Have a friend help you download Adobe Acrobat Reader to your computer, which will allow you to open the PDFs and read them, fill them out, save a copy to your computer, and send the filled-out PDFs back to TPB.

PDF Reader

You can also convert your Microsoft “WORD” documents to PDF. If you do not have WORD or another document writer on your computer, don’t worry about that either – you can download Apache OpenOffice for free, draft documents, convert them to PDFs, and do whatever else you will need to do in the investigation.

Check this page periodically for updates.