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Lawyer of 40 years discusses the evil roots of legal

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Vem Miller interviews Katherine Hine, a lawyer of 40 years who handed a legendary resignation letter as a Bar attorney, after discovering the full extent of evil perpetrated by the criminal corporation called the BAR.

Katherine Hine is both spicy and irreverant in this no holds barred interview. Her goal is to fight for true freedom within this country, something that cannot happen when private for profit corporations feed on the suffering of We The People.

July 4, 2019

Maureen O´Connor, Chief Justice SUPREME COURT OF OHIO, THE 65 S Front St Columbus, Ohio [43215]


This letter is for the purpose of publicly announcing that I am resigning as an attorney licensed to “practice law” in the State of Ohio. No one is pressuring me to make this decision. I have no reason to believe there are any attorney disciplinary proceedings pending or being initiated against me. My decision is based solely on my own conscience and sense of ethics. I understand it to be irrevocable.

As a follower of the teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ, I find I can no longer associate myself with those who have abandoned the pursuit of earthly justice in favor of money and power. In particular, I can no longer rationalize the legal system´s increasing disregard of basic Constitutional principles, such as the rights of Us the People to not have our lives, liberties, or properties taken from us without due process of law, the right to bear arms without government approval, the right to be free of unreasonable searches and seizures, and the multiple rights enshrined in the now increasingly ignored First Amendment. I took an oath to become an “officer of the court” and to support the Constitution, not corporate interests, during a mass swearing-in ceremony in Columbus in the spring of 1977. I can no longer tolerate seeing that Constitution besmirched by “courts” at every level. In particular, I can no longer stomach the prospect of ever again working in a system that disregards plain meaning of both its own corporate statutes it calls “law” as well as the principles of higher jurisdictions of Common Law, the Constitution, and holy scripture. I cannot be part of a system that exempts corrupt judges from liability for crimes they commit against their fellow men, women and children under color of law [Stump v. Sparkman, 435 U.S. 349 (1978)], a system that condones pedophilia [State v. Mole, 2016-Ohio-5124; In re CP, 131 Ohio St.3d 513 (2012)], a system that denies recovery of compensation for those whose lives are shattered by the well-connected and the corporations [Arbino v. Johnson & Johnson, 2007-Ohio-6948], a system that destroys attorneys such as Richard Fine who legitimately criticize “judges” [],a system, in short, that is very much bifurcated into one kind of justice for the wealthy and another, very different one, for the rest of us.

The last straw for me occurred a few mont