Friday, October 15, 2010

L A Times Endorsements Spark Challenge On Judicial Criminal Immunity, Obstruction of Justice EXCLUSIVE VIDEO


Los Angeles CA. The Los Angeles Times endorsement of sitting California Judges has sparked a formidable challenge to the judicial candidates. Those wishing to seek the highest office of Judges are being challenged to prove their integrity by acknowledging the receipt of and pledging not to accept illegal payments in the future.

COURT CRITIC CHALLENGES JUDGES TO DEBATE
Dr. Richard I. Fine a former U. S. Prosecutor who was recently released (video) from the Los Angeles County Men's Central Jail after 18 months of solitary "coercive confinement" for accusing Superior Court Judge David Yaffe of being "on the take" while sitting on cases that involved L.A . County where the County was a party to the case. Judge David Yaffe took $500,000 over the past twenty-two years in payments ruled illegal by the 2008 decision in Sturgeon vs County of L.A. .

L A TIMES ENDORSED JUDGES
The L A Times endorsed these candidates while ignoring the fact that most, if not all, of them have been given retroactive criminal immunity from prosecution for taking the illegal payments.

California Supreme Court
Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye,
Associate Supreme Court Justice Ming W. Chinn
Associate Justice Carlos R. Moreno

Division 1 Second District Court of Appeal
Justice Robert M. Mallano
Justice Victoria G. Chaney
Justice Jeffrey W. Johnson

Division 2 Second District Court of Appeal
Judith Ashmann
Division 4 Second District Court of Appeal
Justice Steven Suzukawa
Division 6 Second District Court of Appeal
Justice Paul Coffee
Justice Steven Z. Perren
Division 7 Second District Court of Appeal
Justice Laurie D. Zelon
Justice Frank Y. Jackson
Division 8 Second District Court of Appeal
Justice Tricia A. Bigelow
Justice Elizabeth Annette Grimes

JUDICIAL CANDIDATES FOR SUPERIOR COURT OF LOS ANGELES
Office No. 28 Randy Jammock
Office No. 117 Alan Schneider

PARTICIPATE IN OUR VOTER SURVEY ON
JUDICIAL CRIMINAL IMMUNITY

Question #1 Do you think the L A Times endorsements of the Judges have any credibility? Yes or No

Question #2 The Courts have ruled that these payments are illegal. Do you think judges should return the money and be prosecuted for their crime? Yes or No

Question #3 Do you think that the judicial candidates should declare in their campaign statements that they will not take the illegal funds? Yes or No

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