Judicial Benefits and Court Corruption Pt 2 #539


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.”


This is part of an on-going series on Court Corruption that includes this hour long interview with Fine, a prominent Anti-Trust attorney who worked in the U S Department of Justice winning landmark cases on OPEC, General Motors and with a PhD in International Law, serves in the diplomatic corps representing the country of Norway. Also Featured in the second half is Fred Sotille of Fathers 4 Justice.


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Known for his ability to recover over a billion dollars from government that had been confiscated from special funds intended for specific uses, such as environmental fees, child support payments that were supposed to go to families that were diverted by the courts, illegal sewer fees and much more.

Parts Three and Four feature a one-hour interview with Judicial Watch attorney, Sterling Norris, whose landmark case (Sturgeon vs County of Los Angeles) Judicial Benefits paid to Superior Court Judges is illegal and prompted the California Judicial Council to sponsor legislation giving both the Judges and the county official retroactive immunity from prosecution.

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