Judge Royal Furgeson: Judge Royal Furgeson:

"I have the full force of the Navy, Army [and] Marines behind me. . . . You are a fool, a fool, a fool to screw with a federal judge, and if you don't understand that, I'll make you understand it."

"Apparently, there is a lot of money to be had here."

"You are expressly prohibited from retaining any legal counsel."

"You want to challenge the court order, I have the marshals behind me. I can come to your house, pick you up, put you in jail. I can seize your property, do anything I need to do to enforce my orders. . . So any failure to comply with that order is contempt, punishable with lots of dollars, punishable by possible jail, death."

Who is Jeff Baron and Why You Should Care?

Jeff Baron is an Internet pioneer who invented technology competitive with Google during the early days of the Internet.
He had websites with over 1 million visitors per day and monthly traffic rates of 50 million, launched from a small apartment and less than $500. As a juvenile (type 1) diabetes sufferer since the age of 3, he initiated a trust fund with the goal of finding a cure and dedicated virtually all of his earned wealth to that cause.

In 2011, Dallas Federal Judge Royal Furgeson put Jeff into an unprecedented "human receivership" in order to illegally confiscate and loot all of his property, including the diabetes trust fund valued at just under $1 billion. All of his possessions were redistributed to attorneys, judges and Chinese cyber-pirates, all the while denying his constitutional right to representation by an attorney and right to a trial. In fact, the judge literally forbid Jeff from retaining any lawyer.

For the first time since 1865, Jeff Baron an American citizen, was placed in "virtual slavery", complete with a "slave master" -- and all of it happened here in Dallas, TX. Even though the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the order in 2013, the case has yet to be officially closed and Jeff's property returned to him. This case sets a precedent for all Americans:

  • Mr. Baron's constitutional rights were indefinitely stripped and suspended.

  • Jeff Baron was never charged with any crime and had no debt..

  • All of Jeff's property was confiscated (assets, home, cell phone, documents), liquidated and distributed to government lawyers.

  • He was literally made property of the court and ordered to work indefinitely for the court without compensation.

What was Jeff's "crime"?

Jeff was accused of not paying his lawyers enough money and firing them after they demanded more. The alleged "firing" supposedly delayed a civil lawsuit, after it had been completely settled. All of the "charges" have been plainly demonstrated to be fabricated.

How Can You Help?

We need people with experience in legal practice, video production and journalism. Send inquiries to: info@legalslave.com. We also need office space and volunteers to expand this campaign.

  1. Pray for justice.

  2. Tell your friends and family about legalslave.com, facebook.com/savejeff and twitter.com/slavelegal for more information.

  3. Dig deep into the history of the case recorded at: LawInjustice.com, which includes the ignored appeals court rebuke of Royal Fergeson.

  4. Contribute for legal action and restitution on GoFundMe

  5. Show your support by attending public hearings in this case. Updates will be made on facebook and twitter.

  6. Bring your talents or available office space.

  7. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel, encouraging our efforts to complete a full length documentary. DOCUMENTARY COMING SOON!

Jeff's Story in the News

The story of Jeff Baron has been featured by various media channels such as:
DailyCaller.com, TexasInsider.org, ZeroHedge.com, Huffington Post, and RT America.

Are you next?

"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." --Martin Luther King, Jr.

"Who will rise up for me against the evildoers? Or who will stand up for me against the workers of iniquity?" --Psalm 94:16-17

"When the government fears the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny." --Thomas Jefferson