This documentary by victims' rights activist David Schied (www.PowerCorruptsAgain.com) demonstrates the degree to which our state and federal courts are criminally corrupt and depriving people of their rights to hold government accountable for their crimes. This 42 minute video traces the history of Mr. Schied's activism in the courts as a civil plaintiff, and his history of crime reporting to prosecutors and attorney generals, all the way up to the highest courts of the judicial branch and the highest offices of the USDOJ in the executive branch. The result is a clear demonstration that the "revolving" door between the judicial and executive branches of state and federal government allows the collusion between these two branches - as opposed to the constitutional guarantee of "checks and balances" between these government branches - so to deprive "We The People" of our rights to honest government. The "conspiracy to criminally deprive of rights" is traced right up to the top offices of these two branches - to the U.S. Attorney Generals (formerly Michael Mukasey and the current Eric Holder, Jr.) and to all of the current U.S. Supreme Court Justices. The video ends with formal criminal allegations - constituting "indictments" by definition - against a plethora of individuals who are acting outside their job functions and in violation of their oaths of office, to include Eric Holder and all of the "justices" of the U.S. Supreme Court (individually and by name). Mr. Schied adds his public demand for an independent "citizens' grand jury" investigation into his allegations and indictments since he has proven his attempt to use federal statute 18 U.S.C. Sec. 3332 to demand that the U.S. Attorney (Barbara McQuade in Detroit) deliver his crime reports and evidence to a federal "special grand jury" and has been repeatedly denied, in violation of this federal statute. The charges begin with "treason" against David Schied and the American public, as supported by "misprision of felony", "obstruction of justice", "deprivation of rights under color of law", and other civil rights and victims' rights violations.