The Pinole Syndrome: America's Culture of Corruption: the Conspiracies Between Our Judiciary, Enforcement Agencies, Government and Media

The Pinole Syndrome: America's Culture of Corruption: the Conspiracies Between Our Judiciary, Enforcement Agencies, Government and Media

by Toxie Myers
     
 

For THE PINOLE SYNDROME: America's Culture of Corruption, author Toxie Myers uses the seed from his highly reviewed A POISONING IN EDEN as an indictment of crimes destroying America.

With pinpoint accuracy he shows how our judiciary, enforcement agencies, government and even the media conspire against the individuals that buck the system. He set the obvious

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For THE PINOLE SYNDROME: America's Culture of Corruption, author Toxie Myers uses the seed from his highly reviewed A POISONING IN EDEN as an indictment of crimes destroying America.

With pinpoint accuracy he shows how our judiciary, enforcement agencies, government and even the media conspire against the individuals that buck the system. He set the obvious before us and makes us look at it and examine why we're allowing our public servant to steal from us, violate the Constitution, poison us, and even murder us without remorse or regress.

Like his POISONING IN EDEN, he continues endangering himself by standing up for all of us. Nevertheless, this book goes even further. He shows how local and national politicians, our civil servants corrupt our daily lives with crimes, crimes that should have them imprisoned were they not hiding bend the jobs we gave them.

And once again Myers raises the bar on truth where it is needed, on the abuses of hazardous waste murdering thousands of us, police and the judiciary making up laws to protect their own criminal acts, elected cronies bowing to a system that we have allowed to become a "Culture of Corruption."

The Pinole Syndrome is a book for those who wish to see what's behind America's demise put in the language of Twain, Thoreau and Rachel Carson. This is a book of today that is destined for history.

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ISBN-13:
9781425738617
Publisher:
Xlibris Corporation
Publication date:
11/28/2006
Pages:
252
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.57(d)

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