The inexorable intent of whistleblower Yeseph Albert Schindler is to complete the circuit in order to shine a light on the shoddy, fungal legal establishment of Quakerville as its hyphae infiltrate the Auschwitzerland federal arena of law and politics.
Yeseph grapples with the incoherent, disjointed processes of the court’s system and details how individuals in highly regarded positions of power and trust contort the law, unchallenged by their peers, a factor that exacerbates Schindler’s existential anxiety. He boldly points the finger at the corruption and at those who have acted contrary to ethical codes of conduct and acceptable professional standards. Through this account, he highlights the need for personal involvement in legal and political reforms for the restoration of a true democratic society and freedom of speech, a right taken for granted that has been stripped from the system by individuals of the system. Schindler hopes to offer a tiny contribution to the body of knowledge and a signpost giving direction and saying, “Don’t ever give up. There is only one authority on Earth!”
One man, stonewalled for twenty-five years by the denials and nonspecific performance of the legal establishment, presents a personal narrative of lies and betrayal eminating from within the system.