Rule of Law
June 14, 2009Comments are closed.
Los Angeles, CA As a part of an on-going series entitled “Judicial Benefits & Court Corruption”, the Full Disclosure Network® presents the fifth segment, on line, in it’s entirety, for Internet viewers. The half-hour program will also be featured on over 40cable television systems in California, Washington D.C., Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Arizona and more. NEWSPAPER SLANTED? […]Continue reading
May 15, 2009Comments are closed.
Los Angeles, CA While counties, cities and the entire state are on the brink of financial collapse all California Superior Court Judges are fighting hard, in court and in the State Legislature, to keep the illegal payments made to them by county governments. The Judicial Watch organization successfully challenged those payments made to Judges […]Continue reading
April 23, 2009One Comment
Los Angeles, CA. In a ten minute video news blog the Full Disclosure Network® presents leaders of the Screen Actors Guild ( SAG) membership who point to the real danger of the proposed contract with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP). They say the conditions are very similar to why Anti-Trust laws were enacted by […]Continue reading
March 3, 2009Comments are closed.
Former attorney Richard I Fine has been sentenced INDEFINITELY to LA County Jail for accusing the LA County Superior Court Judges of taking illegal money from LA County. Apparently this payment has been going on for more than 20 years. According to Judge Yaffe, he is being sentenced for contempt of court–or “coercive confinement.” […]Continue reading
March 3, 2009Comments are closed.
Los Angeles, CA Full Disclosure Network® presents an exclusive interview with court critic and attorney Richard I Fine just one day before he was sentenced to jail by Superior Court Judge David Yaffe indefinitely, with no bail, no hearing date scheduled and no release date set. Also featured is Los Angeles Civic Leader David R. […]Continue reading
May 27, 20082 Comments
Los Angeles, CA. L.A. County District Attorney and the L. A Superior Courts have refused to take any action to deport illegal alien gang members, as a matter of policy. For years, like the LAPD, these agencies have contended that they do not have anything to do with illegal immigration and their official policy as stated […]Continue reading
May 14, 20083 Comments
Los Angeles, CA Is it a co-incidence that it has been almost 20 years, since the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office prosecuted a big dollar, white collar crime? Or could it be there are no more big corruption cases or major crimes committed by powerful and prominent people in Los Angeles? In a Full Disclosure Network® two-part […]Continue reading
August 2, 2007One Comment
Los Angeles, CA. Is it the morally right to rescind public safety pension benefits? And is it immoral for elected officials to ignore the RULE OF LAW where the California Constitution prohibits unlawful “Gifts of Public Funds”? The Full Disclosure Network® presents a thirteen minute video news blog debate on these explosive legal and political issues taking place […]Continue reading
July 30, 2006No Comments
Los Angeles, CA — October 14, 2004 The history of immigration enforcement policies and the struggle between the LAPD, County Sheriffs and Federal government over the past twelve years is set forth in a series of two programs featuring top law enforcement officials. Also, offering comments on developments since the terrorist attack on the World […]Continue reading
June 1, 2005One Comment
Los Angeles, CA . According to former U. S. Attorney General Edwin Meese, III, the Reagan Tax Revolution including California’s Proposition 13 are being circumvented when government uses such debt gimmicks as non-voter approved tax-exempt bonds, known as Certificates of Participation (COPs) and Tax Revenue Anticipation Bonds (TRANS) to raise revenues for the ever increasing […]Continue reading