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Accusing the American Judicial System of Rampant Corruption
by Jeff B. Zhang, Ph.D.
Accusing the American Judicial System of rampant Corruption was written by Jeff B. Zhang, Ph.D., who tells about his life experiences with the judicial courts in the United States. There are six cases listed in this book. Although each is filled with federal law violations, all courts that have jurisdiction over the cases refused to apply laws and justice for him because of his race and national origin. In defiance of the US Constitution, these courts only want to assist the rich and privileged class in this country.
Since the American judicial system has been corrupt and even criminal in dealing with the cases, Dr. Zhang now presents this book and appeals to the US President, Congress, and the American People for assistance in order to get back his civil rights and human rights in the United States. He believes that since this is not a fascist country, laws and justice should be applied on the cases some day.
About the Author
Jeff B. Zhang, Ph.D., is a Chinese American. He worked as an English and tourism teacher for the Department of Tour Guides and Interpreters at Shanghai Institute of Tourism in China before he came to the United States to further his education in 1986. He studied Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management for his masterís degree at Michigan State University from January 1987 to June 1989, and he graduated with good credentials. He was highly praised by the professors there for his hard work and good achievements. In fall of 1989, he began to study in the Program of Recreation and Leisure Studies at New York University, and he completed his doctoral degree in 1996. During that time, he also spent two years studying the MBA program at the Graduate School for Business at New York University. He earned his doctoral degree with excellent credentials and outstanding achievements. Dr. Zhang has written this book with all the true accounts to tell about his personal sufferings in the United States.
(2011, paperback, 852 pages)