Tuesday, July 5, 2016

The DC Madam, CarMax and the American Bar Association

There is not just one reason why the sealed-from-the-publc D.C. Madam Escort Service records I possess should be released before the Democratic & Republican Conventions coming up this month. There are several, and here is another:  On June 22, I gave testimony regarding those records before the National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity (NACIQI) of the U.S. Department of Education.  

In that 3-minute presentation, I tie together: (i) the D.C. Madam records, (ii) CarMax  -- my former employer who terminated my employment when I raised on the CarMax email system wage and working condition issues with 5,800 of my fellow CarMax employees (see KMXCollective.com for more information) -- and its 1,000 lawyer law firm that bills $.5 billion/year and (iii) the abysmal state of the legal profession and the lack of access to Justice that 65 years of the American Bar Association running the legal profession like a medieval guild has produced.

I recognize that success has a thousand fathers and failure is an orphan, but at least I was there raising my voice.  The result: Is the ABA on Verge of Losing Law School Accreditation? 

These are the issues that I believe are vital to be raised and discussed during to the Presidential and Congressional campaigns that are underway:
  • Access to legal counsel and the courts;
  • The Administration of Justice; and 
  • The gross disparity between multi-billion dollar corporations and the working person when conflicts over employment arise. 
Take your choice: They all need to be discussed in the coming days until we elect a new President and Congress.


Unknown said...

Isn't "sealed records" just another way of buying some more time untill I can find another way out of this mess?

Attorney said...

Does the reason the records were sealed in the first place still exist and is valid and reasonable?

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