"Our American Injustice System is an accurate report. It will wake up Americans so they see that we live under a
corrupt justice system wherein bias and money prevail."
— John Kiriakou, former CIA counterterrorism officer and author
"I easily understand what Tom has faced and so eloquently wrote about in Our American Injustice System: A Toxic Waste Dump Also Known as the World's
Largest Crime Syndicate. We should be especially thankful to Tom for writing this very enlightening book. I applaud him for his courage to stand up to
the crime syndicate also known as the U.S. judiciary and for sharing his story with us through this great book."
— Brian Vukadinovich, former executive director of the Posner Center of Justice for Pro Se's and author
"The stories in this book may seem unbelievable, but they are a true picture of our corrupt system. 'Selling justice'
is orchestrated by unaccountable lawyers and judges."
— Bill Scheidler, U.S. Supreme Court individual litigant
"In theory, the American legal system should provide people the means to bring their grievances before the law in order to get justice or be made whole.
In reality, it operates as a self-serving corrupt machine that feeds the wealthy and punishes the poor. It's a system that rewards those who have financial means and powerful connections.
This book is an eye-opener to the realities of our corrupt, festering, and unfair legal system. To someone who has never been involved with it, these stories may seem incomprehensible or fictional. But to those of us who operate and deal with the legal system regularly, it's another day in a broken system."
— Sara Naheedy, attorney, real estate broker and author
"A must-read. Arm yourself for our corrupt system. As
Tom demonstrates, cases are predetermined. Ordinary
people lose long before ever stepping into a courtroom."
— Marti Oakley, The PPJ Gazette
"In Tom's books, I learned more about our (in)justice system and how to
protect my liberty and property from it
than I did in three years of law school. Excellent work!"
— Norman K. Singleton, former legislative director for Congressman Ron Paul