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Tuesday, September 17, 2002

Attorney Linda Kennedy, in her forthcoming book,
"Holodeck Law" reveals the long hidden methods
used by corrupt lawyers and judges to seperate
the citizen from money, property and rights.
Below is an excerpt from her book.

Kennedy braves the rath of the establishment
to bring the truth to light with her book, her newsletter,
her organization, "WBFlegal" and her
net radio show , "Hot Seat 4 Judges"
She is now available
for personal appearences and interviews.
Contact her directly at:

Linda L. Kennedy, Esq.
416 London Street
Portsmouth Virginia
voice (757) 397-0295
fax (757) 397-0060
Web Site

This is one chapter of "Holodeck Law" where nothing is as it appears, and
where the plaintiff is never to be seen again -- with money. I have
written about this to so many people asking me similar questions that I
can barely move my arms and hands right now. I thought it might be best
to just release the unedited chapter. One other chapter will be coming on
the "Triangle and Two Defence." I hope this will help those good people
that are still shocked over the reality of the Court and Justice Systems
and for some who still have not grasped it or who are still unwilling to
believe what they have seen with their own eyes. Linda L. Kennedy,
Attorney, Virginia.

This is a chapter in my ongoing book on the Story of the "Litigation
The actual book title is not called LA Law, or even Family Law, but
"Holodeck Law" where nothing is as it appears, and where the plaintiff is
never to be seen again -- with money. The book has a copywrite attached,
but is not yet edited, but I felt many might benefit and better understand
what I say when I tell you to get off the courts' "turf."

When you voluntarily go into court you will find (or have found) that many
times, you will lose even though the law is clearly on your side. Then,
after the loss, due to your sense of right and wrong, you begin filing
lawsuits or complaints against judges, you appeal decisions, and spend
time and other resources thinking of other legal strategies for seeking
recourse, etc. In essence, you are asking the judges to find themselves
corrupt. This is most likely not going to happen. But even worse, you
become occupied for years on a coarse that costs you money and keeps you
busy with very little to show for it except perhaps high blood pressure.
Most often, you become even more broke than when you innocently started
this path many years before. Simply stated, this is what I call the
"Litigation Vortex" where nothing is as it appears and where the plaintiff
is never to be seen again--with money.

I will tell you that I have actually found ways to win in court. It is
not impossible, but unless you know the "real" rules of court, you will
not be able to endure and succeed in it. My strategy takes a lot of
understanding of the facts, the law, the real strategies of the opposition
(See Chapter on the "Triangle and Two Defence"), a thorough understanding
of the overall corruptness of the system, an understanding of military
strategies (believe it or not), and it becomes very case specific and
tailored and must be tweaked as the case progresses. I will tell you that
my strategy is also a very dangerous one, especially for lawyers who use
it, since by implementing it, I am showing the other side that I know
their game and am not willing to play. An attorney or citizen may get to
use this strategy between two to four times before he/she is exposed as
the enemy of the state (not playing along with their game on their court
or turf). This is when they will implement the "and two" part of the
"Triangle and Two Defence."

These submissions are vignettes which I hope will help you understand
where you are in your litigation, what happened if you are already through
your litigation nightmare, or will help you understand that this battle
has to be fought off of the courts' turf. The writing is fairly short and
not all inclusive, but I think it will help us be more effective and help
us not continue doing the same things our poor predecessor citizens have
unsuccessfully tried because they did not understand the real rules or the
real game. We must know what the opposition is doing, so that we know how
to combat it in all legal, nonviolent ways available. Below is the first
unedited (apologies please) vignette:


To summarize the "Litigation Vortex," whether you enter in willingly
(though naively -- don't feel bad, attorneys have done it too), or whether
you get sucked into the vortex (like some alleged "criminals" and some
attorneys on alleged "disciplinary" charges have), you enter into the
"legal holodeck" where nothing is as it appears.

You are a hard working man, hardly ever missed a day of work in your life.
Unsuspectingly, you are in the legal system where your grade school
teacher taught you justice would be served. You learn to research your
case, and try to make everyone understand your facts and why justice
should be served by finding in your favor. Initially, everyone seems to
understand. The Judge, and sometimes even the opposing attorney appear to
want to understand and get to justice . . . and the clerk was so
pleasant. You know she saw that you were an honest man. And the "legal
holodeck" stage is set. . .

Having no reason not to believe what you heard in grade school was
absolutely true, you spend your money on filings, legal advise (even if an
attorney will not take the case), or legal fees if an attorney will take
it. Sometimes you even "count yourself blessed" that you have found an
attorney who is willing to help you--so you think (see Triangle and Two
Defence Chapter for more on this). You know your case is a slam-dunk win.
And thus the curtain of the court-holodeck opens and the bait-and-switch
begins . . .

Certainly the first couple of rulings must have been a misunderstanding
you think. I have to do more legal research and write more clearly you
may tell yourself. They will certainly see that I have been wronged. So
you continue to spend your money, and your time, you even miss increasing
amounts of work b/c you are in this thing to right a wrong just like your
grade school teacher has taught you. You certainly can't turn around
now--you've come too far and you are just getting the hang of the legal
research. You may still cry when the National Anthem is sung--and you
certainly put your hand over your heart like any good American would.
Perhaps you even fought to defend our freedom like so many honorable men
and women like you have. By now, they have you in the clutches of the
"Double B." What is the "Double B" you ask? "Busy and Broke!" Due to the
bait and switch manoeuvre, you are now on the defence even though you are
listed as the plaintiff. Next comes the final preparations for the dog
and pony show--the final preparation for your day in court on the holodeck
stage--and the implementation of the "Triple C" is ripe and ready . . .

As you get thoroughly busy and more broke trying to answer the defences
frivolous motions you continuously have to show that it is they that have
lied and not you as they have accused you. You spend day and night trying
to explain yourself to the court. You answer their accusations by
repeatedly explaining that you did not claim your wife on your taxes
because she did not work, you injured your back 10 years ago in a
LEGITIMATE workers' compensation injury, and that you and your wife went
to a marriage counsellor 15 years ago after your youngest son died. Yes,
the "Triple C" is being implemented against you just in its proper time.
What is the "Triple C" you ask again? This is when good citizens, who's
only crime is that they naively asked the courts to rule justly, are made
into either (1) criminals (who will believe him he is a criminal
tax-evader), (2)con-men (who will believe him, he lied on his tax return,
and was a malingerer from work), and/or (3) c(k)ooks (who would believe
him he went to a shrink and is paranoid delusional--(get an
I.M.E.--[Independent Medical Exam] quick and get this psycho diagnosed.
Call some doctor who needs our repeat business yells the defence attorney
back stage.)). The "Double B Triple C" is in full effect now. You are
not only exhausted, but now you have to worry about your reputation, the
IRS audit that is bound to happen due to the allegations made, or an
insurance company claiming you were fraudulent in that workers'
compensation injury so long ago. As the labyrinth of the Litigation
Vortex sucks you down further and further into its clutches, you can no
longer see the path in which to exit. What have I gotten myself into and
how did I get here you think as your friends start expressing that maybe
you are a little too obsessed about this case?

As soon as the dust settles albeit for a moment, you finally begin to
realize that maybe your grade school teacher missed something. By then
you are thoroughly engulfed in the "Litigation Vortex" and the only way
out is to ask your "mast-a" if it please the court, if you could be
excused from the case. The Judge rules that you are dropping the case as
he slams down his loaded gavel. You then learn that you are indeed a
money maker --but for the other side as he rules that you must pay the
other side's legal fees for filing such a frivolous law suit in the first
place (usually known as displaying "vexatious conduct"), and in confusion
and with a cold, tightly knotted anger in the pit of your stomach which
will not go away, you quietly and sadly bend your knee and humbly go back
to picking the "mast-a's cotton. And so it goes with the Litigation
Vortex on the stage of the holodeck court where nothing is as it appears,
and where a plaintiff is never to be seen again--with money.

This description of course, is just the beginning of the Vortex because
now, you decide you are going to appeal, file a complaint against the
judge, and continue asking the judges to find themselves corrupt.
Although you now know that your grade school teacher was wrong, there is
still something in you that cannot accept it. So you continue in the
Vortex. I liken these subsequent filings to someone who is a compulsive
gambler who only wants to win his money back. His biggest problem is that
he has not realized that the odds are against him and sometime that the
deck may even be stacked. We cannot be like that gambler who does not
accept reality and, therefore, continues to be busy and broke. We must
know that in "Holodeck Law" the odds are against us and the deck is
stacked in the Litigation Vortex.

The next chapter is called "Triangle and Two Defence" It may be
particularly interesting for anyone who has ever played basketball.
Thanks and I hope you now understand the Story of the "Litigation Vortex."

posted by Vetzine


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