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Ralph Boryszewski has spent the last six decades educating the unsuspecting public about the great American Constitutional Con. He exposes the great conspiracy to keep the American people in the dark concerning the inoperable Constitution and the unlawful activities of the government in stifling the rights of the true sovereign leaders of our great nation. This is the third book by the author of "The Constitution That Never Was" and "Treason."
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Theft Of A Nation

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Overview

Ralph Boryszewski has spent the last six decades educating the unsuspecting public about the great American Constitutional Con. He exposes the great conspiracy to keep the American people in the dark concerning the inoperable Constitution and the unlawful activities of the government in stifling the rights of the true sovereign leaders of our great nation. This is the third book by the author of "The Constitution That Never Was" and "Treason."
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015641011
  • Publisher: Starry Night Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/22/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 277
  • File size: 942 KB

Meet the Author

Ralph Boryszewski’s revelations and warnings contained in Theft of a Nation; A History of Organized Crime and Betrayal By the Bench and Bar offers the most straightforward ways and means to resist and overcome a government subtly forced upon the American People.
It was early in 1946. The economy was booming – an unconcerned public was heeding their own interests and pleasures. At the time, police officer Ralph Boryszewski began to challenge the system. In 1948 Ralph and two other officers backed the assertions of the “Blitz Cops” who publicly stated that vice and corruption were everywhere because of corrupt public officials. When Ralph appeared before the Grand Jury, he told its members to take notes because he was going to give them direct evidence of corruption and payoffs.

Ralph later founded The Association for Grand Jury Action, Inc. and educated over 600 members to resist the lies and corruption of prosecuting attorneys and judges who would unduly influence Grand Jurors to obstruct the administration of justice. For about twenty years under Ralph’s leadership, that Association of people more or less substituted itself as a Grand Jury in bringing matters of corruption to the attention of the people in Monroe County.

Previous to that time, under a different administration, Ralph succeeded in getting an indictment and conviction with the help of a complaining citizen in a single-handed raid on a warehouse from which untaxed alcoholic beverages were being sold. Paul Anspach, head of the Federal Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms unit in Rochester said it was the first and only successful raid by a single police officer in the history of the United States.

In between his lengthy five year State Court appearances, Ralph also publicly exposed corruption in the office of two Presidents. More importantly, he exposed the utter lack of accountability by the U.S. Congress in its failure to impeach, convict, and remove many corrupt officials brought to its attention by Ralph.
To top it all, he ably demonstrated to the American people, on many occasions, the mis, mal, and non-feasance by the Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court.
With your help and cooperation, Ralph is now ready to serve all the people in exposing those who corrupt the system
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