You are invited to join me in a book review of Licensed to Lie by Sidney Powell. I am reading this chapter by chapter, and seeing how the corruption shown here in the historical attack on Enron and other investment firms in the early 2000’s has spread to other fields, the one affecting us being attacks on physicians through the misinterpretation of the Controlled Substances Act. Get your copy of the book (even library loan), and join me.
Licensed to Lie is an accounting of the attack by the federal government on Enron in the early 2000s, and unjust attacks on other companies associated with them just doing their job with no criminal intent. Companies were destroyed. Hundreds of thousands of jobs lost. How did they do it? Though the creation of non-existent laws and stating in court that acts were unlawful when they actually weren’t. Sound familiar? That is what is happening today in the courts when a doctor is charged criminally using Title 21. And no one in the Department of Justice is willing to bring this injustice to light and stop these illegal attacks. It is up to us, the American people, to see that the government wheel of injustice is broken. The powers of justice in America today are corrupt.
I don’t know if the Enron fiasco was the beginning of the evil in the DOJ, or if it started before that. But once the door was opened, more unscrupulous people corrupted this arm of the government. And the corruption has moved into all three arms, as we’ve seen.
I hope, through discussing the facts of the case as presented by Ms. Powell in Licensed to Lie, that we can promote knowledge to America by sending this discussion to all of our friends on FB. We must stop the illegal interpretations going on in court, making pain management more and more unavailable to the general population.
Come join me in this discussion and investigation. To start things off, here are some quotes that I will have personal thoughts over the next few weeks to stimulate discussion.
“The greatest human ideal of Justice is only as good as the character of those who administer it, existing only if its guardians are devotees to integrity and fairness.” Michael Adams, PhD.
Alex Kozinski, Chief Judge United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit states in his forward:
“Prosecutors have a particularly strong duty to act fairly because, as the Supreme Court has explained, they are the representatives ‘not of an ordinary party to a controversy, but of a sovereignty whose obligation to govern impartially is as compelling as its obligation to govern at all; and whose interest, therefore, in a criminal prosecution is not that is shall win a case, but that justice shall be done.’”
“if the government is not honest, it can trump even the best efforts of those of us who work in the system.”
Feel free to comment on these quotes. I will copy and paste all relevant discussion (with editorial license) to the page.