After more than two years in the making, the result is a truly compelling story. A story that is thorough, fair, and accurate -- just as Brian promised -- and which cuts through the self-serving hyperbole and sound bites of all those television ads to show the reality of the lawsuit system.
InJustice isn’t a puff-piece. Brian’s vision called for an “honest evaluation” of the system, and the film doesn’t disappoint. It’s an intellectually provocative piece, with a definite point of view. But InJustice’s only agenda, according to Brian, is to show how the greatest system of justice in the world is being compromised by greed and corruption, and to illuminate those dark places where the civil justice system has and is failing us all.
On Monday night, July 11 at 10 p.m. on the ReelzChannel, Brian’s compelling analysis of the “lawsuit industry” will have its world premiere. We hope you’ll watch and judge for yourself.
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