The story of Judge John Phillips, whose legacy was shattered by corruption at the Brooklyn DA's Office AND at the Brooklyn courthouse is being told by a film-maker and the presenters at a Montana documentary film festival on February 18, 2018
See how corruption by insiders downtown and gentrification in the heart of Brooklyn’s African American community destroyed a man known and respected by many
One of the offerings at this year's Big Sky Documentary Film Festival will be Juan Leguizamon's "Slave One: The Kung Fu Judge Story."
Long-time readers of this blog know that former DA Charles Hynes went after John Phillips, a retired New York City Civil Court Judge, after Judge Phillips announced that he was running for DA against Hynes.
A small part of the onslaught against John Phillips is documented in "Slave One: The Kung Fu Judge Story" (See "Slave One: The Kung Fu Judge Story -- Juan Leguizamon, 2017, USA — 18 minutes" (w/ video link) [http://www.bigskyfilmfest.org/festival/films-2018-peak/slave_one_the_kung_fu_judge_story]).
For more detailed information, contact: The Big Sky Documentary Film Festival • 113 W. Front Street, Suite 105 • Missoula, Montana 59802 • (406) 541-3456. The Big Sky Documentary Film Festival is a program of the Big Sky Film Institute, which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.