When the Court of Appeals renders a decision in a case, they can specify whether or not the decision is to be published. Dishonest federal judges use unpublished decisions to hide their most blatant dishonesty.
When a decision is not published, it is essentially hidden from the world.
In my many appeals to the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, none of the decisions have ever been published. So the judges have avoided the scrutiny of honest judges who would see what they are up to.
This is one of a number of things that dishonest judges regularly do to the parties that “come before them.”
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