Mark Inglin has worked as a scientist, educator, translator, editor and writer in the United States, Switzerland and South Africa. For the last 15 years, he has focused on disclosing corruption in the legal system in Wisconsin and related child abuse in booklets, essays and other publications. During that time his message has remained officially unwelcomed, denied, and even outlawed through one of the largest libel judgments in Wisconsin history. His goal is two-fold: to reunite with his son via a true history and to expose legal system excess.
Prevented from writing the truth in the U.S.A., in 2004 the author escaped to Switzerland, where he continued publishing as a fugitive. In 2010, without any such history, U.S. Marshals abruptly labeled him â€œarmed and dangerous,â€ following an online publication that disclosed corruption involving prominent Milwaukee lawyers and judges.
Beyond Outrage is the authorâ€™s most recent attempt to promote outrage long overdue. The war fought between himself and lawyers has been one of who will control verity. In this regard the author emphasizes that, while lawyers succeeded in stopping his publications in Wisconsin, no action has been taken for publications in Switzerland in all these years, despite its strict libel laws.
Â â€œCorruption, like politics,â€ Inglin offers, â€œtends to be local.â€