Pattern or Practice

Posted: January 4, 2016 in The Film

The story of how a small Midwestern town waged war on African-American and Hispanic bar owners to drive them out of the changing town. Pattern or Practice peels the veneer off that shoddy pretense and provides a stark view of what institutionalized racism looks like. Only after a recent lawsuit, Holmes vs the City of Racine has information come to light. 

Comments
  1. jch says:

    To correct your records, Manitowoc is closer to 110 miles north of Racine.

  2. Penny, If you seek more information about the corrupt Racine Courts, contact me thru racinecountycorruption@gmail.com Everything I speak of is in court records and transcripts.
    Of course we have copies in our files as well.

  3. Penny Sharp says:

    I would like to read more about Judge Ptacek’s activities.

  4. On more item to note, the Racine County judicial system rarely acts as an independent branch of government. Instead it conspires and colludes with other corrupt government officials.
    An example is Judge Ptacek, with his calm demeanor, creates a false sense of hope to the uninformed, orchestrating the corrupt court he presides over.

    The evidence is in the court records for anyone wishing to take the time to view. The evidence I speak of includes court records tampering, court date tampering, exparte meetings with other government officials to conspire against defendants right to trial, denial of trial, and of course Judge Ptacek’s active covering of a false affidavit filed into court records.
    I can provide the documents for interested parties.

  5. Contrary to popular belief, Wisconsin government is corrupt to the core and Racine is no different.
    The problem with exposing the criminals in all branches of government is there no money in it for those who truly seek justice. Worse yet there rarely exist an end game to the perpetrators of illegal, immoral or malicious behavior by government officials even when exposed.

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