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 […]Continue reading
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 […]Continue reading
October 29, 20134 Comments
Program Preview: Segment #1: LASD Sgt. Richard Valdemar (Ret.), International Gang Specialist, discusses attending a meeting in Washington, D.C. with other law enforcement professionals to lobby U.S. Senators on SB 744, the Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013.” Valdemar cites studies of California population that report one in ten L.A. […]Continue reading
September 27, 2011Comments are closed.
Los Angeles, CA The Full Disclosure Network® is presenting an 8-minute video update covering former U. S. Prosecutor Richard I. Fine, Ph.D. who was disbarred and jailed for 18 months in solitary coercive confinement after attempting to disqualifyJudge David P. Yaffe, a Los Angeles Superior Court Judge for taking $860,000 illegally from L.A. County. Before releasing Dr. Fine from […]Continue reading
June 5, 2011Comments are closed.
Los Angeles, CA Former U.S. ProsecutorRichard I. Fine, Ph.Ddescribes the latest court battle against corruption and his campaign to regain his license to practice law. Fine names names of the most powerful judicial and State Bar officials who he alleges have conspired to undermine the justice system with corrupt practices by taking illegal payments from L […]Continue reading