Matz: Part I (14 May 2012)

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Thomas Jefferson spoke of his concerns with creating a monster in the judiciary that would become drunk with power and deviate from the law and due process as reflected in the governing provisions of our constitution.

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Episode credited cast:
Mark Avies ...
Himself - Asst. US Attorney (archive footage)
Marc Blau ...
Himself (archive footage)
Bill Bonanno ...
Himself - Mafia Godfather (archive footage)
Robert C. Bonner ...
Himself - Colleague of Matz (archive footage)
Susan C. Boutwell ...
Herself - Former CBP Officer (archive footage)
Dean Boyd ...
Himself
Robert Broyles ...
Himself (archive footage)
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Himself (archive footage)
Sherry R. Carter ...
Herself - Executive Clerk (archive footage)
Cathy A. Catterson ...
Herself (archive footage)
Eleonore Claire ...
Herself
Steve Cooley ...
Himself (archive footage)
Marcus Custer ...
Himself - CBP Aerial Coord (archive footage)
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Himself - Co-Host
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Herself - Co-Host
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Alvin Howard Matz is historically a well hidden and one of the most blatantly corrupt federal judges from the total of 13 judges removed from the federal bench. Matz managed to slip into retirement at taxpayer's expense after a career of tyranny and abuse under the color of law. Matz served as a former Asst. US Attorney with Robert C. Bonner who vetted him before Congress for his judicial appointment. Bonner also employed Matz for a period of well hidden time with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. Together they two groomed their protégé Debra Wong-Yang for her US Attorney appointment. Written by Fleur De Lis Film Studios Legal Counsel

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