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October 28, 2014No Comments

Paul Orfanedes, Judicial Watch Director of Litigation, describes the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision to “Reverse and Remand” the First Amendment lawsuit filed on behalf of Leslie Dutton and the Full Disclosure Network(R) (FDN).  By ordering the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California to hear the case, the Appellate Court’s decision […]

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March 7, 20144 Comments

Full Disclosure® presents a 12 minute video report featuring Paul Orfanedes, Judicial Watch attorney and the 30 minute audio of the Oral Arguments (link below) held at the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Pasadena, California  on March 4, 2014.  This involves the First Amendment Case entitled (Leslie Dutton  et.al. vs David Wesley) whereby the […]

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March 4, 20143 Comments

Program Preview:   Paul Orfanedes, Litigation Director for Judicial Watch, charges that SBX 211, the law which now allows judges to continue to receive pay above and beyond their salaries, contradicts the California Constitution without a vote by the people. Orfanedes notes that judges must receive compensation of some kind, but they continue to accept […]

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February 25, 2014One Comment

Program Preview: Paul Orfanedes, Litigation Director for Judicial Watch, states that Judicial Watch has established the framing all kinds of laws regarding the Freedom of Information Act. Orfanedes cites the Sturgeon II vs. LA County case, regarding judges receiving double benefits above and beyond their salaries from LA County Supervisors. He notes that the California […]

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February 12, 2014No Comments

Program Preview: Sterling “Ernie” Norris, Director of Monitoring for Judicial Watch, who spent over 30 years as an assistant DA.  Norris scoffs at claims of ignorance by Los Angeles County Superior Court judges who claim they were unaware of the illegality of the over $300 million payments they took from L A County.   Watch the […]

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December 26, 2013One Comment

Program Preview:     Sterling “Ernie” Norris, Director of Monitoring for Judicial Watch, spent over 30 years as an assistant DA. Norris reveals an elite organization, the International Footprint Association, where judges, DAs, defense attorneys and others take part in gambling and card games, using their influence to corrupt DAs. Norris criticizes this lack of […]

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December 3, 20132 Comments

Program Preview:     Sterling Norris, the Director of Monitoring for Judicial Watch, was with the D.A.’s office more than 30 years. He is dismayed that judges accept money above and beyond their salaries, giving up their integrity and independence. Norris charges that the D.A. should take action, telling the judges they have a problem. […]

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November 13, 2013No Comments

Preview of Segment 1:   Segment #1 Judicial Watch Monitoring Judicial Integrity Judicial Watch Attorneys Paul Orfanedes and Sterling “Ernie” Norris, describe their mission to “open up” government by using FOIA (Freedom of Information Act.) requests. They discuss the Sturgeon v County of L.A. lawsuit they won against the County of Los Angeles who had […]

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October 13, 20134 Comments

CANDIDATE TANAKA’S SUPPORTERS PILING ON SHERIFF BACA  GOLDBERG & GAGE LAW FIRM HAS  WINDFALL OF BACA-TANAKA RETALIATION CASES Bradley Gage and Terry Goldberg $ Why Are These Guys Smiling? $ Download Updated “The news behind the news” FDN  Newsletters On this Topic: Two Deputy Sheriff’s Sue Baca For Retaliation October 1, 2013 How Did Sheriff […]

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March 25, 201317 Comments

  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 […]

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