With so much corruption in the justice system, how does the average person find justice?
To discuss this problem Black Talk Radio's Scotty Reid welcomed three guest, all of whom have spents decades working within and against an unjustice and corrupt system.
- Judge DeAnn Salcido (ret.) Judge DeAnnSalcido describes herself as "America's 1st Whistleblower Judge", having named names and filed proof of judges and deputy district attorneys "willfully failing to follow the law in Domestic Violence cases." She was appointed to the Superior Court of California in 2002 and retired in 2010 amid threats of discipline linked to her "no nonsense" courtroom demeanor. A favorite quote of Judge Salcido is "(w)ell behaved women seldom make history." And history she intends to make as founder of JAWS, the emerging "Judicial Action Watch Society."
- Attorney Zena Crenshaw-Logal Attorney Zena Crenshaw-Logal worked as a civil trial attorney for more than a decade before becoming a full-time judicial reform activist in 1998. She co-founded and is Co-Administrator of NFOJA, "National Forum On Judicial Accountability." In that capacity, attorney Crenshaw-Logal authored the soon to be published law review entitled "The Official End of Judicial Accountability Through Federal Rights Litigation: Ashcroft v. Iqbal." She strives through NFOJA to get past debates on judicial integrity with workable solutions to help ensure America’s judiciary is unbiased, remains faithful to the Constitution, and follows the rule of law.
- Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Matthew Fogg (ret.) Retired Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Matthew Fogg is nationally known as a civil rights law enforcement icon after winning a 1998, landmark $4-Million Title VII discrimination verdict in Fogg v US Department of Justice/US Marshals Service before the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. A federal jury found the entire USMS guilty of operating a 'racial hostile environment' against all African American deputy U.S. marshals nationwide. In 2008, Mr. Fogg received the NAACP prestigious 'Barrier Breakers' award which states; "Americans who blazed paths for generations to follow", noting Mr. Fogg's valiant, maverick stand against all odds, behind the infamous blue-wall-of-silence inside the U.S. Marshal's Service.