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1995 The Most Corrupt Civil Trial In Virginia History

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by: ronald blaha
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Publication Date: April 30, 2017
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 308
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781513620404
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Book Synopsis
Do you remember in the movie My Cousin Vinny, that he, Vinny, pleaded with his nephew, Bill Gambini to allow him to have a shot at defending him in court because he "knew" that Mr. Trotter's case against him was an illusion? Well unlike Mr. Trotter, the prosecutor, who was an honorable man, and truly believed that he was prosecuting two guilty young men, the true to life lawyers who prosecuted an illegal case against me were outright liars who colluded with my attorney to fabricate and entire case against me. It had to done if they had any hope of saving themselves from being sued by me for malfeasance and possibly losing their licenses to practice Law. It was a devil's bond that worked well for them until the publication of this book. Because they filled their pockets with black gold from Wesley Attaway's oil wells, one of the wealthiest, media control giants in the United States, and I will prove it in the very first chapter of 1995: The Most Corrupt Civil Trial In Virginia History.
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Merchant Mariner and Maritime Commander of the Virginia State Guard, Captain Ron Blaha the last of the old tug boat skippers has penned, The Legend of the Butterfly Angels, Mason Monkey's Secret, Chosen River-the Early Years, Chosen River-the Later Years, The Last Huckleberry an Autobiography, A collection of Stories of People and Events Who Lived, Worked and Played Along the James and Appomattox Rivers.
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