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Ex-Prosecutor Exposes Judicial Conflicts, Forgery and More

March 25, 201317 Comments

Former County Prosecutor Steven J. Ipsen

Former County Prosecutor Steven J. Ipsen

 

Los Angeles, CA.  On February 19, 2013 an Emergency Petition for Writ of Mandamus was filed with the  9th Circuit Court of Appeals by former L A County Prosecutor Steven J. Ipsen  Exhibit 1 to the Writ describes the case.  On March 7, 2013 Chief Judge Alex Kozinski  of the 9th Circuit and the US District Court Central District of California received an additional Emergency Application to Vacate the Court’s Orders in the same case involving the Civil Rights of Prosecutors who had been discriminated and retaliated against by their employer,  Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley, in the case first known as One Unnamed Deputy District Attorney , et al. v County of Los Angeles, DA Steve Cooley, et.al. (CV 09-7931 )

FDN  Video Report Here (5 min)

 

 

Reason To Disqualify Magistrate Judge Jay Gandhi ?

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Magistrate Judge Jay Gandhi

The Writ of Mandate cites from “the Motion to Disqualify Judge Gandhi Dkt. No. 376, pages 2-6 paragraphs 1-7,9 and 15 with respect to Judge Gandhi’s actual adverse financial conflicts of interest and appearance of bias therefrom.  Further documentation is on Pages 15-22, which Magistrate Judge Gandhi’s prior law firm, prior to his nomination as a Magistrate Judge, had as its representative client the District Attorney’s Office of Los Angeles County, district Attorney Cooley and the County of Los Angeles, including discrimination and retaliatory litigation against Deputy District Attorneys similar to Petitioner Ipsen.”

 

 

 

Evidentiary Hearing To Examine Forged Court Docs, Fabrications and Conflicts

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Bradley Gage, Esq.

The eighteen page application to Vacate the Court’s Orders filed on March 7, 2013, by former L A County Prosecutor Steve J. Ipsen, Esq. is seeking “an evidentiary hearing before a neutral U.S. District Court jurist and a Special Master appointed by 9th Circuit Chief Judge Kozinski, to prove the conflicts of interest between Plaintiff Ipsen and his former attorneys, the forgery and fabrication of evidence by Mr. Bradley Gage in concert with the defendants, the alteration of the witness list by attorney Gage in concert with “the defendants”, and the conflicts of interest of Magistrate Judge Gandhi and Judge Dolly Gee, without limitation.”

 

 

Jones Day Law Firm Is Outside Counsel For Defendants

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Elwood Lui
Jones Day

“The defendants” in this case are the County of Los Angeles and District Attorney Steve Cooley, who are represented by one of the most powerful law firms in the nation, Jones Day, whose senior partner, Elwood Lui (Bar State No. 45538) name appears at the top a seven page (Motion In Limine) to Bar Testimony Of Plaintiff’s Witness involved in the controversy.  Jones Day is a major outside legal contractor with the County of Los Angeles and the Superior Court of California.   Mr. Lui is a former Justice of the California Court of Appeals, Second District. Chairman of the Committee for the appointment of State and Federal Judges appointed by Senator Diane Feinstein and Barbara Boxer, and  he was the personal attorney for the L A County dealing with the case  Sturgeon vs County L.A. regarding the unauthorized  payments of over $350 million to L A judges by the County of L.A..

 

 

Attorney’s Avarahamy’s Declaration Reveals Forgery, Collusion and Conflicts

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Joseph Avrahamy. Esq.

 

Reply declaration concedes forgery, collusion and conflicts.  An astounding seven-page declaration dated February 19, 2013 filed with the U.S. District Court  by Ipsen’s attorney Joseph Avrahamy described attorney Bradley Gage as a Fiduciary, co-counsel for Mr. Ipsen,  “shortly before trial began Mr. Gage made several attempts to get Mr. Ipsen and me to sign a modified retainer agreement” and he noted that Mr. Gage sent over 100 E-mails to him and his client Steve Ipsen “to get him to reduce the size of his witness list and to eliminate witnesses that were important to his case.”

 

Bradley Gage Declaration (Page 7-16) Connects the Dots To Corruption

According to the Emergency Ex-Application to Vacate Court Orders   “ Mr Bradley Gage further showed in his reply Declaration pages 7-16 (filed February 25, 2013) that the defense counsel (Jones Day) jointly prepared the forged and fabricated stipulations and jointly filed them with the court, knowing in advance that Plaintiff’s counsel, Joseph Avrahamy, did not and would not have personally signed said stipulations and other documents that were forged and fabricated.”

 

WHAT IS THE REMEDY? 

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Steve Cooley
L A District Attorney

Do you believe that 9th Circuit Chief Judge Kozinski should appoint a special master to investigate forgery by high profile attorneys? and/or conspiracy to engage in forgery by attorneys acting in concert with the County of L A and former District Attorney Steve Cooley?     Yes or No?

The State Bar is apparently ignoring the evidence of misconduct by District Attorney Steve Cooley on this case.  Should they step in to use their disciplinary authority to punish or  disbar attorneys who are practicing unprofessional and illegal activity?  Yes or No?

Should the attorneys involved be permitted to hide behind the attorney client privilege when they submit forged documents to the court to obstruct the administration of justice to injure the opposing party Yes or No ?      Please leave your comments below.

 

17 comments to “Ex-Prosecutor Exposes Judicial Conflicts, Forgery and More”

  1. joebanana | March 10, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    As fast as the rest of this nation is going down the toilet, Ca. is keeping up rather well. The entire US judicial joke has absolutely no credibility, integrity, or morals. The “Supreme” court is a shining example of the blatant shredding of our constitution, and a crime syndicate too boot., And the USDOJ is just the biggest criminal cartel, next to the Bush crime family, that ever infected this nation. The more I read about the Bush’s support and funding of the Nazi party, involvement in the JFK assassination, major cocaine importing operations, and complicity in 911, the less I like them, ALL OF THEM. And then when we’ve got the State attorney general running a third world organization, along with the most corrupt militarized police force this side of China enforcing governmental policies, and murdering innocent civilians everyday. Maybe the incentive program for shooting people should be reviewed. A minimum of two weeks paid vacation, a raise, a medal, an accommodation, possibly a promotion. Plus they know the court always backs them up, any “investigation” is going to show “no wrong doing”. And immunity from lawsuits, wrongful death, incompetence, murder, and any other ‘law” that applies to all equally, why not shoot people for no apparent reason?

  2. joebanana | March 10, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    And as for the survey, #1, no, Kazinsky is as, if not more, corrupt than the rest of the cartel. #2, the State bar….aha ha ha haaa ha haa. #3, All attorneys should spend 30 years in jail for the crimes they have obviously committed in the past, just by being an attorney.

  3. Cooley's corruption | March 10, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    Cooley is the most corrupt and unworthy attorney to ever be in a position of power. He has continuously embarrassed himself and the DAs that worked under him. He is now abusing DAs through Jackie Lacey who purjured herself to protect him. Both are a complete disgrace to LA.

  4. Tx Nite | March 10, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    Jones day is as corrupt and criminal as the government they work with / for _ and Lui is equal to the worst

  5. Albeit I am not a lawyer, I am a (retired) Professional Advocate and a CONSTITUTIONALIST) and recentl;y represented (FREE OF CHARGE) James (a solicitor/barristor for 22 years – without ever a single complaint by any client against him!) in Legal Service Board versus Harold James Johnson. The LSB wanted a life ban against James, because he had made allegations against fellow lawyers and judges for being corrupt, etc. The LSB made clear it was not going to disprove the allegations by James, merely that because he had made the allegations (as a private person) against fellow lawyers, including judges, that in itself should result in a life-ban to practice law. In the end, after I represented him 4 times, he was banned for 2 1/2 years.
    What is regrettable about it all is that lawyers involved in the Calafiornia case may obviously have all along known about alleged conduct of perverting the course of justice and other deplorable conduct but remained silent about it because it was against others not against them personally. Well let me make it clear when you condone this kind of conduct you lost the plot, your credibility, etc.
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    In Australia, we need a VELVET REVOLUTION, where we return to a true constitutional form of government and a true constitutional judiciary. Where judges are understanding that their job is to “interpret” the intentions of the constitution and not for them to make mice meat of it to insert their own desires.
    I encourage anyone to first of all vote for INDEPENDENTS as then the political parties will get the message that they need to pull up their socks and get to representing their constitutents.
    Lawyers who are misusing/abusing their positions, such as concealing relevant details as to cause an innocent person to be imprisoned, should then be ordered to serve the prison terms they fraudulently obtained. Now that would be something to teach them a lesson! No lawyer immunity, because the constitution (both of the USA and Australia) doesn’t include any lawyers immunity!

  6. Gerrit Schorel-Hlavka | March 11, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    Albeit I am not a lawyer, I am a (retired) Professional Advocate and a CONSTITUTIONALIST) and recentl;y represented (FREE OF CHARGE) James (a solicitor/barristor for 22 years – without ever a single complaint by any client against him!) in Legal Service Board versus Harold James Johnson. The LSB wanted a life ban against James, because he had made allegations against fellow lawyers and judges for being corrupt, etc. The LSB made clear it was not going to disprove the allegations by James, merely that because he had made the allegations (as a private person) against fellow lawyers, including judges, that in itself should result in a life-ban to practice law. In the end, after I represented him 4 times, he was banned for 2 1/2 years.
    What is regrettable about it all is that lawyers involved in the Calafiornia case may obviously have all along known about alleged conduct of perverting the course of justice and other deplorable conduct but remained silent about it because it was against others not against them personally. Well let me make it clear when you condone this kind of conduct you lost the plot, your credibility, etc.
    .
    In Australia, we need a VELVET REVOLUTION, where we return to a true constitutional form of government and a true constitutional judiciary. Where judges are understanding that their job is to “interpret” the intentions of the constitution and not for them to make mice meat of it to insert their own desires.
    I encourage anyone to first of all vote for INDEPENDENTS as then the political parties will get the message that they need to pull up their socks and get to representing their constitutents.
    Lawyers who are misusing/abusing their positions, such as concealing relevant details as to cause an innocent person to be imprisoned, should then be ordered to serve the prison terms they fraudulently obtained. Now that would be something to teach them a lesson! No lawyer immunity, because the constitution (both of the USA and Australia) doesn’t include any lawyers immunity!

  7. Gerrit Schorel-Hlavka | March 11, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    “mice meat” should be “mince meat”. Typing error

  8. Fred Sottile | March 11, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    I believe the justice system needs citizen oversight.
    The current “in house” system has betrayed the public trust, too many times.

    In Los Angeles, we have an election coming up for two of the five County Supervisors.
    Let’s bring the issue of the illegal judicial payments to the forefront in the campaigns of those vying for those coveted positions.
    Let’s make it clear that we will not support any candidate who will not remedy judicial corruption, by stopping those payments.
    We do have the power. Will we use it?

    • joebanana | March 11, 2013 | Permalink Reply

      Hi Fred
      How would we go about getting a proposition on the ballot? I’m thinking J.A.I.L. for judges time has come. Ron Branson has a wonderful idea for addressing this situation, but I think he’s done all he can to get the attention of the voting public, short of whacking them upside the head. But then again the powers that be, more than likely have a hand in it’s suppression.
      Hows that sweet ride of yours doin’? (I’m just jealous)
      Regards

  9. Leslie:

    Excellent work!

    The Judicial system must be revamped with term limits and no immunities. It is all matter-of-fact. The CA Bar is part of the equation and Kozinski was the former head of the Office of Special Counsel where he advocated destroying whistleblowers. Kozinski use the infamous Malek Manual to teach how to keep whistleblowers silent, purging them from federal service. Kozniski was caught and forced to resign. Subsequently, he is Chief Judge of the 9th handling whistleblower appeals. A fox in the chicken coup. His ties to and with corrupt federal Judge A. Howard Matz is another obstacle in the path of citizens and due process, fair and equal protection under the law. Cooley is in bed with them and pure unbridled arrogance. Julia and I know every element is true having experienced and witnessed the same dastardly deeds of city, county, state, federal misconduct, to inlcude the CA Bar Association that is a facade. Bravo to Ipsen and to Full Disclosure! The only source reporting the facts of this terror within our great nation.

    BJ & Julia Davis

  10. Bonnie | March 11, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    Did Mexico actually take over? ugh!

    • One In LA | April 7, 2013 | Permalink Reply

      A rhetoric question … California – going to hell in a handbasket

  11. Jim Reidy | March 11, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    With respect to your 3 questions, the answers are YES, YES, and YES!!!

  12. Full of it | July 9, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    Don’t need to be a lawyer to comprehend this problem. Obvious that can of worm has been opened and even the one seasonal minded can’t ignore this corruption issue.

    I used live in a country where criminals, even a small time felons had to move from neighborhoods they may have lived for decades due to fear of shame. Today after decades of government corruption, that country is loaded with criminals of all type and very few in minority care.

    We live in a society so tolerant to inhumane and injustice that next phase of our evolution can only be a disastrous one.
    Solution is simple. By human nature and its evident will for self-preservation, no self-governing body should ever rule over anyone. Judicial system which must maintain the most integrity over and above all must have outside over sight. Perhaps an independent judicial governing body to oversee the current judicial system, to restore and maintain its integrity.

    I love this quote from MLK. “Injustice somewhere is injustice everywhere”.

    A.PM

  13. Terance Healy | September 15, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    Rule 1.6 mandates misconduct not be addressed, or referenced, or prosecuted. I have filed to Challenge the Comnstityutionality of a Rule which denies my constitutionally protected civil rights. Restore Truth. Restore Integrity. JUSTICE IS COMING. https://www.facebook.com/groups/ChallengeRule1.6/

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