A Dark Cloud Hangs Over the Nation
Larry Klayman predicts 'legal shootout' at the 'Not OK Corral,' Washington, D.C.
By Larry Klayman
May 10, 2019
Twice in the last two weeks I have traveled to Washington, D.C., an increasingly dark place where I lived continuously for over 25 years beginning in 1979. Perhaps it's no coincidence that during these recent trips, gray storm clouds hung over the city.
During my multi-decade history in this ever-increasing capital of corruption, I first was a Justice Department trial attorney and prosecutor who was on the trial team that broke up the AT&T telephone monopoly and enforced food and drug, agricultural, banking, aviation and consumer protection laws.
In a few years, growing disillusioned with so-called government service, which I came to view a politically compromised, I left to join a boutique international trade law firm and later opened my own law firm. Fighting against government deceit on behalf of my private clients and experiencing a myriad of hack judges, especially on the federal bench, I conceived of and founded Judicial Watch on July 29, 1994, out of desperation. If I had not taken up the mantle as the "anti-lawyer" at Judicial Watch, I would have quit the profession; that is how disillusioned I had become over the lack of intellectual integrity and honesty in not just the government but the legal profession in general.
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