INVISIBLE Judicial Misconduct Exposed

Seven West Productions, LLC
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This title discusses judicial misconduct and ‘obstruction of justice’ by court officials and demonstrates how some have been made invisible at the hands of unethical lawyers, the courts and its clerks by a corrupt legal system. Imagine people exacting revenge and using their access and resources to block all resolution.

See actual, recent proof of corruption, misconduct and injustice. This title includes actual physical evidence and proof of deliberate deprivation of rights, editing, withholding, modifying filings and disregarding its own court’s rules and procedures.

This book demonstrates how some individuals are deliberately oppressed and denied rights by those that are in positions to manipulate the courts to ensure injustice continues. In this two-part title, the court system has been placed under the microscope from the view of the everyday citizen to reveal how it really works for the less fortunate.

Shared folder link to samples:
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This title was initiated from actual legal battles involving am Artist/Songwriter's personal experiences with major music publisher's and are derived from actual copyright infringements, breach of contracts and 'obstruction of justice' events, please visit: https://exercisingmyright.wordpress.com.

Review for yourself, the corruption, the scandal and the 'system' which aids in dehumanizing the aspiring artist through willful and deliberate acts and inaction.

Tags: Judicial Misconduct, Misconduct, Courts, Law, Legal, Judges, Lawyers, bullying, court tampering, injustice, mass manipulation, music business, persecution, politicians, prism

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About the author

Tiwanda Lovelace is Founder and Managing Member of Seven West Productions, LLC. Although the unethical practices are not limited to any single industry, even after providing solid evidence of unethical business practices, secured copyrights in response to copyright infringements and contracts, the standard response was to attempt to discredit, induce suicide and to intimidate.


These titles are presented through this artist/writer’s eyes while experiencing multiple tragedies and events. Emotionally charged, these titles clearly express the pain and anger of being betrayed, sacrificed and scorned.

Inside, are the actual documentation and files used to demonstrate some of the tactics used to steal artist lives, deny rights and enslave the artist.

These titles are compiled using personal journals, public records, contracts, copyrights and other documentation which demonstrates how abuses are allowed to continue.

It is through these titles that Lovelace has an opportunity to shed light on the tactics that are used to deprive rights, manipulate events which are used to facilitate public support. These publications provide detailed proof of corruption and collusion.

Learn how every resource and outlet is used in an effort to initiate hardship on those who insist on exercising their rights while discouraging their desire to seek resolution as if to say, 'Let it go!' 'We do this to everyone so there is no hope...'

Learn the entire process which demonstrates egregious intent to influence a sense of hopelessness. When the smell of violence was fresh and 'street justice' was being used inflict further damage, the initial response from professionals (both, legal and official) was, "(We) can't help you..."

These events cover thirty years of willful, deliberate civil and criminal violations used to cover up atrocities.

SWP, LLC is a publishing/production company that is dedicated to educating our youth. Our purpose is to address, educate, coordinate, and provide aid and relief to eradicate the stealing of artist lives copyright infringements and breach of contracts on a local and global level regardless of their race, ethnicity, or religion on a local and global level. 

Our products are available to all organizations that were created for the purpose of helping to prepare and encourage the education and betterment of our youth and young adults. We offer learning tools; such as, articles, comics and publications for our youth who are aspiring to become artist, writers and producers.

Seven West Productions is currently looking for early-stage financing and I have put together an investor relations website that outlines the details. 

Please review the materials at your convenience through the links:

Full BIO: https://visualcv.com/tiwanda-lovelace

Thank you for your consideration.

Best regards,

Tiwanda Lovelace
Seven West Productions
Full BIO: https://visualcv.com/tiwanda-lovelace
http://7westpublishing.com 
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/sevenwestproductions/

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Publisher
Seven West Productions, LLC
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Published on
Feb 2, 2018
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Pages
117
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ISBN
9780989622585
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Language
English
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Genres
Law / General
Social Science / Criminology
Social Science / General
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This content is DRM protected.
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