Monday, April 26, 2010

U.S. Supreme Court Justices Deny "Stay Of Execution of Sentence" But Refused To Dismiss Appeal of Richard I. Fine (Video)

Washington, DC The U. S. Supreme Court has denied the application for a "Stay of Execution" (of civil contempt sentence) for jailed attorney Richard I. Fine but they refused to dismiss his Writ of Certerioria which was before the full panel of Justices at the time the Stay was denied. According to the U. S. Supreme Court website in the case No. 09-1250 Richard I Fine vs Los Angeles County Sheriff Leroy D. Baca, a reply brief is due to be filed in the Court by May 17, 2010.


"I cannot believe that they denied my application as it violates U.S. Supreme Court Precedent of the release of William T. Farr by Justice Douglas in the same situation in 1974. However I am encouraged that they did not dismiss my appeal, which indicates that I will win the appeal." "The reply response from L.A. County Sheriff Baca is due on May 17, 2010 unless he waives his right to respond. The Sheriff has never opposed my Writ of Habeas Corpus in this case."
"This means that I could be in jail unecessarily all the way in to the next term of the U S Supreme Court, which is October. The issues waiting to be resolved are whether Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Yaffe should have recused himself from taking a bribe from Los Angeles County which was a party before him in the case (Marina Strand Colony II Homeowners Association vs County of Los Angeles) and whether he should have recused himself from the 'Contempt Proceeding' where he judged his own actions as having taken the bribe. Long established U.S. Supreme Court Precendent has mandated that a judge recuse himself in each of those situtations. I should never have been imprisioned at all. This is clearly a situtation of my being a political prisoner for having exposed and challenged the corruption of the courts."
Fred Sottile, a volunteer Co-Chair of the "Free Richard Fine Committee" (FRF) reacted to the news by saying......
"In my opinion Habeas Corpus is dead in America. The America I had a contract with, that contract being called “The Constitution” is gone." As I stated before this is the moment that we know the corruption goes all they through every level of the courts, from the bottom to the top. We are going to continue protesting and the FRF committee to broadcast the truth in our world wide search for patriots who will stand up for a Constiutional America."


Exclusive Video Interview with Richard I. Fine (4 min)
Citizens Protest Video L A Superior Court (7 min)

Friday, April 23, 2010


Los Angeles, CA Supporters of jailed anti-trust attorney Richard I. Fine launched the first of several planned protests across the nation today in front of the Superior Court building. Fine has been held in solitary, "Coercive Confinement" in the Los Angeles County Central Men's jail at the order of State Superior Court Judge David Yaffe who had accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars in illegal payments from the County of Los Angeles. Fine has been held for over a year, without charges being filed, without conviction, without bail, hearing date or release date.

At the request of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader-Ginsberg, the Supreme Court Justices will have Fine's application for "Stay of Execution" submitted before them on Friday, April 23, 2010 and announce their decision on Monday, April 26th, as to their decision whether deny his application, act immediately,= to release him, or to take up matter for a full court review. There is long standing Supreme Court precedent IN RE FARR 1974 that held no person shall be held more than five days in "coercive confinement" for civil contempt of court. In the case of William T. Farr, an L. A. Times and Herald Examiner reporter at the Time, refused to divulge his sources, under Judicial order, on moral grounds. Richard Fine contends that Judge Yaffe's Order was illegal as he refused to recuse himself from the case where he had accepted illegal payments from a party to the case (County of L.A.)

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Did Judge Yaffe Decide? or Did The Court Legal Counsel Decide? What to Do with Richard I. Fine Case: EXCLUSIVE VIDEO HERE: 28:30 minutes

Los Angeles, CA. The Full Disclosure Network® presents a special video report on the growing confusion within L.A. Superior Court on how to handle the indefinite solitary "coercive Confinement" of a prominent anti-trust prosecutor Richard I Fine. Faced with a "Demand For A Farr Hearing" Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Yaffe sought legal counsel from the Court's attorney, while deliberating his decision. This according to Superior Court Clerk assigned to Yaffe's court room told Janette Isaacs who delivered and filed the legal papers in Yaffe's court room.

This Special Report provides an inside glimpse as to what is going on in the closed chambers of the Los Angeles Superior Court. Just imagine the legal questions Judge Yaffe must have to ask. Superior Court Counsel Frederick J. Bennettwas a former Deputy L A. County Counsel at the time the County started giving the illegal payments to the Judges in 1987 or 1988. Richard Fine shares his perspective as to what is going on behind the scenes at Superior Court.

For the past thirteen months Richard Fine has depended upon volunteers to facilitate the many motions, writs and petitions that he has filed in the State and Federal Courts in order to win his freedom. Featured in this half-hour video report is Janette Isaacs, who is no stranger to the Courts. She has been a self taught para legal representing herself and others who have become victims of court malfeasance. She relates the court reaction when she filed Mr. Fine’s “Demand for A Farr Hearing in Judge Yaffe’s court room.

WATCH VIDEO HERE: 28:30 minutes

Sunday, April 11, 2010

U S Supreme Court Sets Los Angeles Case On "Coercive Confinement" For Conference: Online Video Here

April 23, 2010 Hearing Set On Richard I Fine "Coercive Confinement" Case

Washington, D.C A 70 year old Political Prisoner in Los Angeles is going to have his day in court, when the United States Supreme Court holds a conference hearing on the matter of Richard I. Fine vs L. A. County Sheriff Leroy D. Baca. Fine, an anti-trust attorney, submitted an application for a “Stay of Execution” even though he has never been charged with or convicted of a crime, yet has been held in solitary “coercive confinement” in the Los Angeles Central Men’s Jail for more than a year.

Representing himself, Fine has filed petitions, motions and writs in all the California and U. S. Courts, without success until now. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg found enough support among her colleagues to warrant serious consideration of Fine’s plea for a “Stay of Execution”. The Execution being the punishment inflicted by L. A. Superior Court Judge David P. Yaffe for Fine having publicly exposed the corrupt practices of the Judges, the Sheriff and the County.

Full Disclosure Network® presents here six video segments
(and preview) of the interview with Fine in L. A. Central Men’s Jail conducted on March 10, 2010 where he succinctly describes how he has become a political prisoner in the United States of America.

Six segments (8 min each) can be viewed from links below:

Segment #1 Fine describes from the outset of confinement he was denied his "due process" rights and his ability to file legal actions on his own behalf.

Segment #2 Judicial bribery over 20 years was remedied quietly by a 2009 California Senate Bill SBX2 11, providing retroactive criminal immunity from prosecution for Judges and government officials.

Segment #3 Penal "Coercive Confinement" presents a legal conflict for LA County with 70 year old Fine who develops health problems during incarceration.

Segment #4 Fine describes judicial bribery undermining the election process, how County officials use the budget process to transfer illegal money to the judges who do their bidding.

Segment #5 Fine describes his background as a Federal anti-trust prosecutor with the DOJ in Washington D.C., including threats and dangers encountered.

Segment #6 Fine describes sources and motives behind judicial bribery along with the destructive impact on American Democracy.

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Sunday, April 04, 2010

California Justice System On Brink of Collapse: Richard I Fine Video (4 min)

Los Angeles, CA Having filed a Federal Lawsuit against L.A. County Sheriff Leroy Baca and the Sheriff’s Department, represented by the Judicial Watch organization, Full Disclosure Network was finally allowed access to an “on camera” interview with L. A.’s Political Prisoner, Richard I. Fine who has never been convicted of a crime. He has been held in solitary “coercive confinement” in the Central Men’s Jail for more than a year, as punishment inflicted by L. A. Superior Court Judge David P. Yaffe for exposing the corrupt practices of the Judges, the Sheriff and the County.

In a four minute video preview Full Disclosure Network presents excerpts from the one-hour jail-house interview with Richard Fine where he succinctly describes how the judges and government officials in California have brought the entire justice system to the brink of collapse.

Richard I. Fine, holds a PhD in international law and served as an anti-trust prosecutor at the Department of Justice in Washington D.C. offers a simple solution to rid the state of the corruption perpetrators in the Full Dislosure preview and interview. He points to those who have participated in the massive judicial bribery scheme that has prevent the people from getting justice.
Fine cites the tremendous cost to the California taxpayers of hundreds of millions of dollars over the last two decades where judges have been paid under the table, while standing for election to their offices every six years. And he warns that America who fought for independence from the King of England has now returned to a country without a functioning justice system and how it has undermined the essence of the democratic process.
The one hour interview is being featured on community cable stations throughout California, and in major cities throughout the country, on the Internet and copies on DVD are available for purchase at the top of this web page. Ironically, because the City of Los Angeles has shut down all the public cable channels, this interview will not be shown on television in Los Angeles.