Barbara Johnson – Family Law Activist

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Barbara C. Johnson, Advocate of Court Reform and Attorney in Fact

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Alajuela, Atenas, Atenas
20501-Costa Rica

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I am currently writing two more books: HOW TO books, which I hope will help those folks representing themselves in court. To cover publishing costs, as well as related costs, I am now seeking donations via PAYPAL. To donate, click

Author: Behind the Black Robes: Failed Justice is available for purchase as a paperback ($23.99) or a Kindle edition ($9.99) on To go directly to the Amazon book page, click

False Allegations:
Formerly, Participating Attorney:
Campaign 2002:
The judicial system is very broken. It must be fixed.
There are four people who can do the job:
Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, and Nobody.
Everybody thinks Somebody will surely do it.
It is a job Anybody can do. But Nobody is doing it.
At least I’m trying. What are you doing?
It is dangerous to be right
when the government is wrong.

All truth passes through three stages.

First, it is ridiculed.
Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.


Draconian Feminist Sentencing Destroys a Woman

Excellent example of what happens when you abandon age old principles of justice, such as has happened in family courts in much of the developed world.

Michelle Taylor got drunk one night and allowed a 13-year old boy to fondle her breasts.

She was charged with the crime of committing lewdness with a minor (a charge which feminists in Nevada had recently been part of having the legislature change the sentence for, in an attempt to fight the bugaboo of “sexual predators” – i.e., as a means of having men who were slandered by their wives in custody battles locked up permanently), she was tried, and convicted.

Now she appears at her sentencing “hearing” with only one possible sentence: life in prison.

via Objectify Chicks.