Sturgeon v County of Los Angeles
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
February 19, 2012No Comments
Zev Yaroslavsky Mark Ridley-Thomas Mike Antonovich Don Knabe Gloria Molina Los Angeles, CA County Supervisor Michael Antonovich is making an urgent plea to the California Lawmakers to pass legislation to allow the Board to hold private meetings with U. S. President Barack Obama and California Governor Jerry Brown. In this 3 minute video, […]Continue reading
January 29, 2012No Comments
Preview of Series (1 minute): ______________________________________________________________ Segment #1 Judicial Clout Reaps Double Benefits 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 […]Continue reading
January 23, 2012One Comment
Preview of Series (1 minute): Segment 1 Ernie Norris is a retired L A Deputy DA of Los Angeles County who now is a Judical Watch attorney who is seeking justice. He describes the bad public policy that results from arrogant judges. The impending disaster with 40,000 felons being released from California Prisons […]Continue reading
November 21, 20114 Comments
San Diego, CA Watch the unbelievable Court hearing where three Appellate Court Justices try to avoid making a decision on whether or not the Superior Court Judges in Los Angeles can continue to receive hundreds of millions of dollars illegally from the County of Los Angeles above and beyond their State salaries. FeaturesSterling Norris, Lead […]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
May 2, 20114 Comments
Los Angeles, CA The sixth State Superior Court Judge,James Chalfant, has stepped down from sitting on the Richard I. Fine case involving the County of Los Angeles. Fine’s Motion to “Null & Void” all of Judge Yaffe’s Orders in the Marina Strand Colony II Homeowers Assn. v County of Los Angeles, including his Civil Contempt of Court, have […]Continue reading
April 14, 2010Comments are closed.
Los Angeles, CA. The Full Disclosure Network® presents a special video report on the growing confusion within L.A. Superior Court on how to handle the indefinite solitary “coercive Confinement” of a prominent anti-trust prosecutor Richard I Fine. Faced with a “Demand For A Farr Hearing” Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Yaffe sought legal counsel […]Continue reading
July 6, 2009One Comment
Los Angeles, CA. Prominent former Attorney Richard I Fine, made a second 9-1-1 call from his cell in the Los Angeles County Central Men’s Jail to the Full Disclosure Network® raising alarming issues regarding the ethics and procedures of the U. S. Central District Court in California. Having spent the last four months in solitary confinement, Richard Fine has […]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