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Marinka Peschmann is a ghostwriter, author, occasional journalist, and consultant.

Words can lift up, educate, expose injustices, and words can harm. How will you use words?

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Marinka has collaborated, ghostwritten, and contributed to books, film treatments, and stories from showbiz and celebrities to true crime, education, U.S. politics, and the United Nations.

She also writes legal briefs.

As threats against United States judges increased by over 400%, fake news was causing real-world consequences, and reporting exposed judicial misconduct, Marinka was litigating as a defamation pro se plaintiff against five U.S. law firms in multiple jurisdictions (2015-2020).

See for e.g.: James V. GrimaldiJoe Palazzolo and Coulter Jones, “Fallout From Judges’ Financial Conflicts Spreads to Appeals Courts,” Wall Street Journal, March 1, 2022; and Reuter’s “Thousands of U.S. judges who broke laws or oaths remained on the bench.” June 30, 2020.

So while she has been in the system, she is not a part of it.

Marinka has walked the walk. She sounded the alarms. She knows how serious this fake news, misinformation, and defamation problem is. She lived it.

Loathing injustices, self-taught, she first started writing legal filings in 2001 to help another individual. To wit, she is not an attorney and cannot give out legal advice. Thus, nothing on this website should be construed as legal advice.

In 2021 Marinka created The Break Free from Media Echo-Chambers 30-Day Challenge, and the ongoing free educational series How to Legal.

Marinka Peschmann's How to Legal

How to Legal empowers people, non-lawyers, to learn from credible legal resources about the United States justice system, and court cases. This way they won’t be deceived by fake news, defamation, politics, bad actors, oath-breaking judges, and lawyers — or discount real news about real problems.

#SaveDemocracy #ReadCourtDocs #SelfPolice

In 2011 and 2012 Marinka’s books, The Whistleblower: How the Clinton White House Stayed in Power, and Following Orders: The Death of Vince Foster, Clinton White House Lawyer were published.

These are books she would have written had the events occurred in a Republican White House. As such, they can essentially be rewritten by swapping out “Trump” with “Clinton” and their respective scandals and impeachment(s). There are problems on both sides of the aisle.

Marinka Peschmann is a ghostwriter
When judges don’t faithfully apply the Brandenburg Test

Political-Free Zone

Marinka, who does not vote in U.S. elections, stopped covering U.S. politics before the 2016 U.S. Presidential elections.

In part, after being exposed to the belligerent, time-consuming wrath and lies of right-wing murder conspiracy peddlers, she sounded the alarm regarding the dangers of fake news, conspiracies, and an abused Communications Decency Act § Section 230, before the public-at-large felt the real world and often tragic consequences of it. Her writings and legal filings tell the tale.

Marinka was first published when legal reviews were mandatory. Her first book collaboration, the critically acclaimed Hollywood memoir, The Kid Stays in the Picture (Hyperion) was made into a documentary by then Vanity Fair’s Graydon Carter and aired on HBO.

In a perfect world, Marinka would’ve been a rock star, but she was not blessed with a good singing voice. So she writes.

Marinka’s writing spans multiple genres, go to: Marinka’s books and writing samples.

+ She never worked for Breitbart News. She is not an author there contrary to their website so goes this era of online journalism and “freedom for me, but not for thee.

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old press credentials

Some of Marinka’s old press credentials from campaign trails and the United Nations.

Not comprehensive.

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