Divorce Corp Director Joe Sorge Exposes Government Financial Interest in Instigating Child Custody Disputes
Released nationwide in January, the documentary film Divorce Corp designated the Sacramento Superior Court family law system as one of the most corrupt in the United States. The local family court cases of Andrew Karres, Mike Newdow, Robert Saunders and Ulf Carlsson all were used in the movie. The movie devoted a significant segment to a startling account and reenactment of egregious misconduct by Judge Peter McBrien in the Carlsson case. Even before the documentary release, McBrien's conduct in the case was called a "judicial reign of terror" by 6th District Court of Appeal Presiding Judge Conrad Rushing.
In this follow-up video, Divorce Corp director Joe Sorge interviews New York civil rights attorney Leon Koziol. The family law experts discuss federal government financial incentives that reward state governments for marginalizing one parent after a separation or divorce.
Sacramento Superior Court watchdogs and whistleblowers have long asserted that the local family court system operates as a Kids-for-Cash-style racketeering enterprise where children effectively are bought and sold for the financial gain of unethical lawyers. The criminal organization includes the active involvement of several family court judges, and the acquiescence of other Sacramento Superior Court judges who are aware of, but turn a blind eye to the corruption, according to court reform advocates.