by Bill Sardi
I got hauled into family court Wednesday (June 24) over a report I wrote that was posted at LewRockwell.com back in February of 2020.
I was the only case before the judge that day. This was an emergency hearing of a life-and-death matter. I had to cancel all other appointments and drive to Los Angeles for an emergency matter of unknown content. The hearing lasted two-and-a-half hours.
Everyone was required to wear a mask during the proceeding. Social distancing was strict. Chairs were marked where you could sit. You could sense the case was developing into high drama on the level of the Dragnet – -renamed “Badge 714” TV series of the 1950s which became famous for this quip from “Lieutenant Joe Friday of the LAPD: “Just the facts ma’am. All we want are the facts, ma’am.” Of course, the facts would never see the light of day in this court.read the article at Lew Rockwell…