Saturday, December 11, 2004

THE JUDICIAL VICTIMS IN AMERICA

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The homeless have shelters! Where do the estimated millions of victims of the Judicial system turn to? In 1995, author Karen Huffer M.S., M.F.T., warned the nation in her book "Legal Abuse Syndrome" about the victimization going on in the American judicial system and the evolutionary consequences of this abuse. Perhaps it would not be possible to describe the victims of the judicial system better than Karen has done in her book;

* If you are deeply disillusioned and feeling oppressed as an American citizen, resulting from experience with our justice system, you may be suffering from Legal Abuse Syndrome.
* If you've been a litigant in court and justice was not to be obtained at any price, you may be suffering from Legal Abuse Syndrome.
* If you fantasize about an act of vigilante vengeance because it seems like the only recourse, you may be suffering from Legal Abuse Syndrome.
* If you've reported a crime and found that you were punished instead of the criminal, you may be suffering from Legal Abuse Syndrome.
* If creativity and dreams have been left in the past because their development was ripped from you and torn to shreds by your protective systems, you may be suffering from Legal Abuse Syndrome.
* If you feel numb, disconnected and vulnerable, you may be suffering from Legal Abuse Syndrome.
* If you feel the system will defeat you at every turn and there is nothing you can do about it, you may be suffering from Legal Abuse Syndrome.
* If you feel that you have been victimized twice, once by a perpetrator and then by your protective system, you may be suffering from Legal Abuse Syndrome.
* If you feel that you are a decent and honorable taxpayer who's been subjected to "cruel and unusual punishment" by lawyers, judges, and officers of the court, you may be suffering from Legal Abuse Syndrome.

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