Tennessee's Corrupt Judiciary Confronted by Faith Based Christians
February 25, 2010
MONROE COUNTY, Tenn., (christiansunite.com) -- According to native Tennessee reporters Charles C. Thompson II and Tony Hays, "A senior FBI official said public corruption in Tennessee was 'too extensive' to successfully prosecute ... according to a career undercover policeman." Michael Downie, the undercover policeman, said, "I really wanted to work in Tennessee, but I came to understand that Tennessee is an evil place and will stay that way as long as the corrupt justice system is protected by the likes of the TBI and the FBI."
Monroe County Bar Association President Peter J. Alliman a flamboyant A.C.L.U. affiliate attorney never disclosed to his client Daniel Morgan that he had a hate based agenda against Christians. Daniel Morgan a Christian and father to three children; Haley 8, Mackenzie 6, Phillip 4 discovering Mr. Alliman agenda of deception, lies and hate, fired his attorney. Mr. Alliman not only intentionally obstructed Mr. Morgan from appearing as a witness for his father in a case to collect a debt. Mr. Alliman further brought actions against Mr. Morgan's father around the same time where affidavits were falsified and testimonies were coerced to demoralize the Morgan family.
"Peter Alliman is an evil person; his self serving anti Christian agenda has harmed my children and other members of my family. I hold him directly responsible for the abuse of my children and his vicious attacks upon other Christians. I personally know that Peter Alliman is involved with other known anti Christian activist who are actively involved in acts of terrorism against other Christians in Tennessee. It's time to take a stand against corruption which is destroying our country" states, Mr. Morgan.
Disseminating false and misleading information into records of the court seems to be common practice where hate based agendas exists against Christians. Greed, perversion, fraud, jury tampering, perjury, obstruction of justice and a blatant disregard for oath to office appears to be the standard operating policy for members of the Tennessee Judiciary engaged in selective and malicious practices of hate against Christians.
Christians in Tennessee are praying for corrupt officials and asking them to make amends and restitution to their victims, taking full accountability for their actions or resign from public office.
Every American citizen is endowed with an inherent right and responsibility to hold public officials accountable. For further information visit: www.tnccc.com.