United States legal system is built
to be corrupt and not to make justice.
says Teddy Moore, author of the book
"The Fixer", a book which
chronicles what he says is the most-kept
secret in U.S. history----extreme
corruption of the U.S. Judiciary.
A television interview with Moore
will air on cable on Tuesday, Dec.
6 at 6.30 p.m. on Channel 56 in Brooklyn
and Manhattan, and on Dec. 20 at 3.30
p.m. on Channel 34.
For those who cannot watch it in New
York, the interview can be accessed
via the Internet at
Moore was an attorney admitted to
the New York Bar and the federal courts
in New York for nine years. Most of
his work was concentrated in appellate
review of state and federal courts,
including the U.S. Supreme court.
The interview addresses major issues
plaguing the judiciary, the court
of appeals, lack of supervision by
the congress. Moore offers his opinions
as to how to overhaul the system.
Moore says the main problem with the
legal system as he sees it is that
the legal system doesn't admit to
the obvious which is that the legal
system is corrupt. "You don't
know about the corruption because
the media doesn't report it",
Moore says. "They call it a single
bad apple but the bad apples are everywhere…on
the top of the barrel, in the middle,
on the bottom….everywhere…they refuse
to report it for what it is".
The legal system is built to be corrupt
and not to make justice. Moore says.
"This is the uniqueness of the
US legal system. The U.S. legal system
created a system to make money for
attorneys and judges. In order to
do so, they created a kind of extortion
of attorneys…an extortable attorney.
An extortable attorney to the judge
has to comply with everything the
judge asks him to do and can only
be explained as the extreme means
of greed of the judiciary".
"Attorneys fear the judiciary
because the system is built in this
way…so they can be easily be extortable
to the judge….the judge can easily
accept money from the other parties
for the extortion. People who believe
that they come to court to decide
their case based on the facts and
the law are terribly mistaken. It's
a mecca of just siphoning money to
the judges", Moore asserts in
He says that Congress is part of the
problem. "Most of the Congresspeople
are attorneys that are afraid of the
judiciary, afraid to be disbarred
and sanctioned, look forward for the
time they are out of Congress and
join the corruption and make a buck
for themselves. Therefore they cannot
be part of the solution".
The Court of Appeals allows the corruption
to continue and money to flow, he
"The Court of Appeals is a phony
show in the US. The outcome of an
appeal is well known. The only one
who doesn't know the outcome of an
appeal is the client who paid the
money for the phony show. Had he known
it was a phony show, he wouldn't have
paid the money". Moore says.
"The facts in my book suggest
that the legal system in the United
States is terribly corrupt because
the hypocrisy of the United States,
the rich and powerful are interested
in the system giving them the judgment
they want for the price they can afford".
"The US Supreme Court supervises
the racket of extortion, bribes and
extreme corruption." The author
claims that the US judiciary is liable
for more damage and injuries to US
people then the Nazis.
Moore is currently working with others
on an adaptation of the book into
a screenplay, which he says eventually
will be produced into a feature film
like "Civil Action " which
starred John Travolta, or a kind of
Erin Brockovich type of movie.
No shooting date for the movie has
been decided yet. For more information
about the book and the movie, see