Philadelphia High Profile Case Takes Critical Turn as Alleged Attorney Corruption Comes to Surface

The case spanning 9 years has now taken a critical turn as Dr. Lillie Coley, Wanda and Rymir Satterthwaite have filed grievances to protect themselves and the public from a constitutional crisis.

For Immediate Release: Philadelphia high profile case of 9 years involving Shawn Carter aka Jay-Z is now seeing several accounts of alleged attorney corruption come to surface as Dr. Lillie Coley, Wanda and Rymir Satterthwaite have filed grievances to protect themselves and the public from a constitutional crisis, seeking justice in light of the 14th Amendment among others.


The developments came through on the 9th of March 2020, when long-time appellees filed for alleged attorney and judiciary misconduct with allegations included but not limited to fraud, perjury and obstruction, as well as concealment of evidence. These allegations were filed with the Disciplinary Board of Supreme Court of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.


In advance of the filings, the parties also proposed to their political affiliates and investigating agencies in multiple jurisdictions to collaborate with the Constitutional Crisis Committees in order to protect the public so these issues can be addressed. Furthermore, previous allegations have also been filed by associated parties within the government alongside attorney general’s offices. The parties are being considered alleged victims of corruptions within the legal system.


Several claims regarding racist remarks as well as court documents revealing fraud have also surfaced, indicating the history of the high profile case spanning nearly a decade has seen considerable sabotage.


Further developments are awaited from the case as the appellents are yet to respond. Philadelphia Public Files can be accessed here


About FCLU Philadelphia Chapter

The Families Civil Liberties Union is a professional, politically neutral, national activist organization. FCLU works towards ensuring a fair, unbiased, competent and responsible judicial system for fairness in the family court system.


Media Contact

Shar Handy Director of FCLU Philadelphia

Point of Contact: Tim Shiling (Pennsylvania Chapter)




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