Friday, April 23, 2010

Rally Protesting California Judicial Corruption A Satisfying Success; Dr. Fine, However, Still In Search Of An Honest Judge


 As reported by Troy Anderson for the Los Angeles Daily News:
"Chanting 'This is America, not Russia,' about 75 people gathered Tuesday morning outside the downtown Stanley Mosk Courthouse to urge the U.S. Supreme Court to free former taxpayer advocate attorney Richard I. Fine from jail."

"In Washington, D.C., about 50 people staged a similar protest on the steps of the high court, which is scheduled to meet Friday to decide whether Fine should be released."

Full Disclosure Network's Leslie Dutton caught all the action on video and filed an in-depth report:
Supporters of jailed anti-trust attorney Richard I. Fine launched the first of several planned protests across the nation today in front of the Superior Court building. Fine has been held in solitary "coercive confinement" in the Los Angeles County Men's Central Jail at the order of State Superior Court Judge David Yaffe, who had accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars in illegal payments from the County of Los Angeles. Fine has been held for over a year, without charges being filed, without conviction, without bail, hearing date or release date.

Larry John, filed "torture" complaint with UN Human Rights Commission
on behalf of "political prisoner" Dr. Richard I. Fine
At the request of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader-Ginsberg, the Supreme Court Justices will have Fine's application for "Stay of Execution" submitted before them on Friday, April 23, 2010 and announce their decision on Monday, April 26th, as to their decision whether to deny his application, act immediately to release him, or to take up matter for a full court review. There is long standing Supreme Court precedent:  IN RE FARR (1974) that held no person shall be held more than five days in "coercive confinement" for civil contempt of court. In the case of William T. Farr, an L. A. Times and Herald Examiner reporter refused to divulge his sources, under Judicial order, on moral grounds. Richard Fine contends that Judge Yaffe's order was illegal as he refused to recuse himself from the case where he had accepted illegal payments from a party to the case (County of Los Angeles).

Janette Isaacs, L.A. event organizer

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mr Fine should get a Nobel prize for his sacrifices on behalf of 36 million californians. Good news coverage by Cable TV's Public Access and LA Daily News, where are the major TV networks and LA Times???????

Fred Sottile said...

Richard Fine has given us our rally cry and our marching orders.
"Throw the bums out."
Every incumbent Judge and Politician MUST be voted out until the voice of “the People” is heard and respected.

Anonymous said...

You should see what the judges did in Case 8CA10541 in the criminal court downtown. These barbaric tactics were used on the "defendant' in this case. That case can really expose the waste and wickedness of so many corrupt los angeles judges.

Cheryl Meril said...

We the people need to take back the system. These maggots think it belongs to them. They're supposed to be serving the best interests of the people.

Anonymous said...

There is a way to impact the corrupt justice system.... Replacement will be the priority. Corrupt judges think this to be impossible. But itis simple, legal and valid.....