The treatment of individual pro per inventors shows how federal courts, federal judges and the Supreme Court operate as willful decision makers of a judicial system which institutionalizes judicial abuse. This is the story of one inventor who went to court claiming that 17 global corporations infringed his patents but found himself ensnared in the web of a corrupt judicial system for 15 years and emerged bankrupted. The lower district court held that the inventor's 2 patents were invalid without deciding the claimed patent infringement issue, the basis for a court’s jurisdiction over patent infringement claims. Appellate courts rubber stamped the lower courts and the Supreme Court denied the inventor's petitions for certiorari without giving reasons. The corrupt justice system is not only broken but institutionalized abuse of inventors who seek the guarantees of the Constitution, a fair trial. The reader of these pages will find links to judicial abusers who operate with impunity under color of law.