The Cochran Firm fraud is done under the name of Johnnie Cochran, a black attorney who exposed a CoIntelPro setup against Geronimo ji Jaga (Pratt) and won ji Jaga's exoneration after 27 years of false imprisonment. Cochran announced in 2003 that he planned a Reparations lawsuit against the USA and major corporations that used leased slaves and Jim Crow tactics to limit income for Africans in America. Shortly after selling partnership in his law firm to men who this writer calls "white supremacists," Johnnie Cochran contracted brain tumors and died. The new partners now own and operate The Cochran Firm and use Johnnie's name to defraud his people throughout America on selected cases.
This writer gathers and publishes information about lawsuits against The Cochran Firm frauds, since African Americans will not be exposed to the truth through mainstream media, consumer protection agencies, state bar associations, the FTC or FCC, the NAACP, or even black journalists. Randy McMurray, a former partner at The Cochran Firm, recently joined a growing list of former clients and attorneys who sued The Cochran Firm alleging racism and fraud and malpractice. See information about McMurray's lawsuit and others at "RICO ACT: McMurray Exposes The Cochran Firm Fraud" http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2013/02/rico-act-mcmurray-exposes-cochran-firm.html
This writer knows of no lawsuits against The Cochran Firm that actually went before a jury, because courts also disrupt justice for African Americans. The plan is to prevent civil unrest by giving the semblance of justice while actually withholding justice from Africans in America through The Cochran Firm fraud.
People ordinarily expect to win large settlements and verdicts after wrongful deaths and catastrophic injuries if they have competent attorneys. Cochran Firm fraud victims might actually find themselves in much worse circumstances than before signing contract with the frauds, especially victims who expose the frauds. Through computer and telephone takeovers, one might have difficulty communicating with potential employers or hiring attorneys to file lawsuits for First Amendment rights violations. As it was with the original CoIntelPro program, cooperation from police departments and other government officials is necessary in order to continue The Cochran Firm fraud in relative secrecy.