More than four hundred years ago, William Shakespeare gave us the answer to the ever increasing judicial problem of incompetence and corruption that exists in our court system today. In his historical play Henry the Sixth, part 2, William Shakespeare had his character Dick the butcher, a character no one remembers, utter one of the few memorable lines from the entire three-part Henry the Sixth cycle. “The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.”
There are Shakespearean scholars who argue that Dick the butcher was being sarcastic, and that he was actually expressing support for the importance of lawyers. Whatever honor and dignity lawyers may have once possessed, they have lost it over the last four hundred years.
Dick the butcher’s words now provide us with “The Shakespearean Solution” (Kill All The Lawyers) for law abiding citizens to reclaim the judicial system.
Of course, as law abiding citizens trying to live moral lives, we can’t physically kill unscrupulous lawyers and judges though that’s what they deserve.
However, by documenting their transgressions, we can kill them professionally. Our documentation may pressure law enforcement agencies, like the FBI, to do their job and arrest the corrupt lawyers.
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Solicitors from Hell – – the website that names and shames rogue solicitors