"Happens all the time. I was doing drug and alcohol assessments for guardian ad litems. One of them wanted me to embellish on two parent's use and I refused, so she never sent business our way again.
That is how it is done. Back rooms, bargaining, embellishments, etc. etc.
I am supposed to do a mental health evaluation. I was referred to a certain psychologist. As it turns out, this psychologist gives money to the judge I am going before for her campaign. I could see a real conflict of interest here.
They have created a system where it is almost impossible to get a fair hearing. One must get their side of the story in the file then appeal to a higher court. The higher courts go more by the book and while they still have politics going on, have no problem overturning cases if they see fit. Just look at the lower court as a vile step one must go through in order to achieve justice in a higher court. Kind of like wading through cow manure to go milk the cow."
Saturday, September 5, 2009
Insider Confirms Back Room Deals Regarding Kids
A reader writes: