Monday, May 24, 2010

U.S. Supreme Court Chucks Due Process Rights Clean Overboard

The US Supreme Court today released its denial of Dr. Richard I. Fine's Petition for Writ of Certiorari without explanation or comment.  The ruling removed all doubt that courts are presumed to act with integrity.  Clearly, those days are gone.

In so ruling, the Supreme Court has authorized corrupt judges to continue to accept money from parties to lawsuits before them, then rule in favor of those parties' interests.  Therefore, although the Constitution confirmed all citizens' right to due process (a fair trial) for all these years, this right was taken away from all of us today so that judges can continue to steal from taxpayers and reward their cronies.

To say that it's a sad day in America is the greatest understatement of the past 250 years.  Americans DIED in wars to obtain and ensure our freedoms; the Supreme Court nullified their sacrifices in one fell swoop.

Check back later, please, for more in our continuing commentary on this outrageous turn of events, as well as the unveiling of Phase B of the developing master plan to finally rid society of its evil members in government.  (HINT:  "Vote The Bums Out" is child's play.)  And note that we have now created an online forum where fellow decent citizens can gather, discuss and plan our futures together.  (Unionized workers are particularly encouraged to join the forum and become knowledgeable about the issues. Once you discover how the judges dissedcourtroom staff over the furlough issue, you'll never believe an LA County judge again for any reason. (Short version of that story is here.))

The Supreme Court's ruling is FAR from "the end of the road" for Richard Fine, despite what some people may hope they can fool the public into believing.  In truth, and as they well know, the battle is, in fact, by no means abated, and especially interesting fireworks are expected in the upcoming clashes in (1) the Fine v. State Bar II case (where the California Supreme Court will be exposed for literally telling a bald-faced lie in a legal brief it filed with a Federal Court Magistrate Judge who had previously been used as a recurring patsy in protecting guilty judges and furthering their payment scheme), (2) action against Judge Yaffe for refusing to put a hearing on calendar to discuss whether he was exempt from the mandatory maximum 5-day limit of jail time for "coercive" incarceration victims (but the jerk kept the filing fee!), and (3) the decision pending in Sturgeon II v. County of Los Angeles, an appeal seeking to stop the continuing payments to judges.

It bears repeating that the judges and supervisors involved in the payment scheme were not made innocent by Senate Bill SBx2-11 (the ex post facto law presently being used to shield the guilty from prosecution and prison time).  They are all still dastardly crooks at heart and in point of fact, regardless of their fictitious legal status. And they are the blood-sucking enemies of We the Decent People.  We asked them very nicely to do the right thing and were ignored.  The time for niceties has passed.

In the unequaled words of Lee Greenwood,s "Proud To Be An American" :

If tomorrow all the things were gone,
I’d worked for all my life.
And I had to start again,
with just my children and my wife.
I’d thank my lucky stars,
to be livin here today.
‘ Cause the flag still stands for freedom,
and they can’t take that away.
And I’m proud to be an American,
where at least I know I’m free.
And I wont forget the men who died,
who gave that right to me.
And I gladly stand up,
next to you and defend her still today.
‘ Cause there ain’t no doubt I love this land,
God bless the USA.
From the lakes of Minnesota,
to the hills of Tennessee.
Across the plains of Texas,
From sea to shining sea.
From Detroit down to Houston,
and New York to L.A.
Well there's pride in every American heart,
and its time we stand and say.
That I’m proud to be an American,
where at least I know I’m free.
And I wont forget the men who died,
who gave that right to me.
And I gladly stand up,
next to you and defend her still today.
‘ Cause there ain’t no doubt I love this land,
God bless the USA.
And I’m proud to be and American,
where at least I know I’m free.
And I wont forget the men who died,
who gave that right to me.
And I gladly stand up,
next to you and defend her still today.
‘ Cause there ain’t no doubt I love this land,
God bless the USA.

Will you STAND UP with Richard Fine and his supporters? Can you even imagine what daily life will become if judges are able to keep their newly-won right to lie under oath? To take money from a defendant then rule in his favor in a case, shafting the other party in the process? To have received a pardon for committing thousands of felonies while continuing to wear the robe (a former symbol of integrity) and sitting in judgment of others accused of criminal conduct?  (That would be the height of irony, to say the least.  It will also prove to be the most embarrassing thing to try and justify to the outside world, too; mark our words.)

It's sometimes difficult to accept that, as it turns out, our greatest enemy actually came from within.  But the evidence is now plentiful that the very people we put in positions of trust are the ones who now are robbing us blind as we speak.  That's the bottom line. 

So we reaffirm that Right must always eventually win out over Evil Might, for when the opposite becomes the norm, the grand principle behind America's creation and existence will have become moot.  If the cause of judicial integrity is ever abandoned ... even for a minute ... "America" will represent a time and state of mind to which we will never be able to return. 

"Right Trumps Might" Forum Created

A new forum has been created for the exclusive use of Decent Citizens to communicate amongst themselves and compile information with which to inform like-minded others.

The forum, Right Trumps Might, was created on the fly due to limited resources.  It therefore needs experienced forum moderators to expand its features and topics, moderate comment threads, ban any infiltrators and otherwise further the efforts of those determined to rid the country once and for all of each and every degenerate person who would presume to steal from us, trample our rights and/or otherwise rob us of the fruits of our own (honest) work.   These moderators will be tasked with creating the necessary topic threads to promote conversations concerning corruption occurring in the individual states, etc.  If you have extensive forum moderation experience and can volunteer a few hours per week, please email us at  We will respond to the top candidates within one week.

Readers are encouraged to register at the forum today, despite its current bare-bones content, in order to receive future announcements and updates of information.  As the forum is developed, your participation will be vital in helping identify the corrupt actors holding office across America who must be exposed, prosecuted and eliminated from their positions of trust.

Note that the "Right Trumps Might" forum will initially be concerned primarily with obtaining the criminal prosecution of those persons in California who've committed corrupt acts in creating, hiding and furthering the illegal scheme of counties making payments to judges in exchange for winning lawsuits filed against them by damaged parties.  (There would be no financial crisis here, were it not for corruption.)

Richard Fine informed us repeatedly that LA County was winning virtually all lawsuits in which it was sued and a (bribed) judge (not a jury) determined the cases' outcomes.  LA County Counsel's office recently admitted as much when interviewed by CNN: 
"In the last two fiscal years, Los Angeles County won all but one of the nine trials that went before a judge, according to Steven Estabrook, the county's litigation cost manager."
Will the naysayers now accept the County's own admission?

What percentage of defendants typically win their cases?  Isn't it something like 10 or 15%?  LA County was trapped into admitting that it wins almost 90%.

But even worse, the phrase "trials that went before a judge" is pure sophistry, words carefully chosen in order to mislead.  Luckily, not only was it a failure in that regard, it actually served as a red flag to attract attention to the issue.

In other words, the phrase "trials that went before a judge" deliberately ignores all the cases that were dismissed by judges before they could even get to trial (as happened to ALL of Richard Fine's cases that involved clients in Marina del Rey who were trying to protect themselves from corrupt developers who were paying off County Supervisors), etc.  The fact that Steven Estabrook's statement, above, was purposefully misleading confirms that LA County's true litigation win/loss rate is FAR higher than thought.  (We've even heard that they've actually bragged about their win rate in appellate briefs.)  Result: legitimate plaintiffs were screwed over by greedy LA County officials, judges, and developers and their attorneys, who then used the money saved to line their own pockets.

Our follow-up question to  LA County?  "So, how many cases against LA County were dismissed prior to trial or were otherwise resolved by a judge during the past two fiscal years?"

Anyway, please join the forum and become a part of the solution. Our blog and website have received thousands of visitors (lots of them, interestingly, consisting of Federal government entities, defense contractors and universities around the world); we can tell there are HUGE numbers of readers who are outraged (for various reasons) and tired of being walked on and their hard-earned money stolen while arrogantly being told there's nothing that can be done about it.  As a community, we can prove that Right indeed trumps Might and ultimately see to it that the crooks are dealt with.  Help us out, won't you please?

It might take a while, but the corrupt ought to know that We the People WILL get the last laugh.

What Was In the Missing CNN Interview Segment? posted three segments of video from its investigation into California's judicial corruption crisis after midnight last Friday.  At least one additional segment, however, is missing.

The missing footage explained how 2,100 California judges stole hundreds of millions of dollars from taxpayers, threw cases in favor of Los Angeles County when the County was sued, then, when finally caught, retroactively pardoned themselves for the ten million felonies they'd commited over the past 20+ years. 

The footage also explained how, in the case of Marina Strand v. Los Angeles County, et al, Judge David Yaffe was bribed to ignore an illegal vote by LA County Supervisors, then improperly ruled in favor of developer Jerry B. Epstein and his attorneys, R.J. Comer of Armbruster & Goldsmith, and sole practitioner Joshua Lee Rosen, the same attorneys Judge Yaffe used to prosecute Richard Fine for contempt.

Richard Fine also explained how all of Judge Yaffe's orders were "void", meaning they absolutely must not be obeyed if one is to honor one's own oath.

And somewhere in the video should be a segment explaining how developer Jerry Epstein retained two presidents of the State Bar who were in charge at the time disbarment proceedings were brought and prosecuted against Dr. Fine.

Will Richard Fine ever throw up his hands, cave in to the corruption and answer the asset questions posed by Comer and Rosen?  Doing so would mean Judge Yaffe would have to release him from jail immediately.  But even if he does, it won't help them a bit because, as they've always known, he has zero assets (not counting the $2 million stolen from him by Commissioner Bruce M. Mitchell a few years ago) and is slated to lose his home to foreclosure any day now due to his inability to make mortgage payments over the past 15 months while jailed and disbarred.

In Richard Fine's mind, one does not promise before God to do one thing then do another.  Period.  Especially if it means becoming a part of an ongoing corruption scheme to bribe judges so that the County can win lawsuits it shouldn't (and save hundreds of millions, which saved monies it uses to finance the judges it bribes).

Dr. Fine could have avoided ALL of his troubles by just going along with the game.  He has never had anything at all to gain in this situation, he's simply bound by oath to refuse to co-operate with a corrupt judicial system.

We hope CNN locates and airs the missing segment so that the general public is better able to understand why Richard Fine is constrained by his oath to not participate in illegal acts and selfishly save himself.  Saving California, and ultimately America, is the only option if our children are to have any future worth living.

What does a future where oaths have become meaningless actually look like?  We are on the brink of finding out.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

ALERT: CNN To Air Fine Interview

We have learned that CNN's Anderson Cooper will air the interview with Richard Fine tomorrow (Thursday, May 20th) on his "360" show at 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific time, unless breaking news causes the network to preempt it.

We will post a link here after the interview airs.

Don't miss it!!


From the CNN producer:
"We’re now aiming for a Monday morning release to and then to air.  I’ll keep you posted."

Monday, May 03, 2010

California State Bar Perpetuates Yet Another Fraud On The Federal District Court

In his Reply brief filed earlier today, Dr. Richard I. Fine noted the California State Bar's latest attempted fraud on the Federal District Court.  As Dr. Fine has shown in the past, this isn't the first time.  What remains to be seen is whether Judge John F. Walter and/or Magistrate Judge Carla M. Woehrle are willing to remain accomplices and patsies.

For background, see Dr. Fine's Complaint against the State Bar, and their late and nonsensical "Re-Notice of Motion and Motion to Dismiss", filed despite there being no original Motion on file preceding it.  Dr. Fine's Request for Entry of Default and Default Judgment and his Response to the State Bar's Motion to Dismiss is also available for viewing, as is the case docket.

Informed readers will remember Judges Walter and Woehrle as being the two Federal judges who helped cover for State Court judge David P. Yaffe, furthering the payment scheme as they denied Dr. Fine's two Petitions for Writ of Habeas Corpus (and in one case dismissed a complaint against themselves).