Public corruption has reached a level never seen for a century. Corruption of the justice system in Los Angeles County and beyond is at the core of the current financial crisis. Unless corruption of the justice system is addressed, economic development and civil society conditions are unlikely to improve.
Los Angeles, May 21 – news reports indicate that President Obama is seeking extension of FBI Director Robert Mueller’s tenure by two years. [[i]
“Public corruption has reached a level never seen for a century,” says Joseph Zernik, PhD, of Human Rights Alert (NGO), “Mueller must go.”
Under the tenure of FBI Director Robert Mueller and Assistant FBI Director for Criminal Investigations Kenneth Kaiser:
- Retroactive immunities (“pardons”) were signed for all judges and commissioners of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles County, California, who had taken “not permitted” payments (“bribes”). [[ii]]
- United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) issued an official Staff Report referring to “corruption of the courts and the legal profession and discrimination by law enforcement in California”. [[iii]] The report was based on evidence submitted to the HRC of large-scale false imprisonments and financial/real estate fraud by judges of the Court.
- The International Criminal Bar posted a complaint for racketeering against the Los Angeles Superior Court. [[iv]]
- Lecture on corruption of the Court was accepted for presentation in the 16th World Criminology Congress. [[v]]
- Large-scale fraud was opined in Sustain, the case management system of the Los Angeles Superior Court, which enables the conduct of simulated litigation of cases in violation of the law. The opinion was supported by opinion of international computer science scholar. [[vi]]
- Fraud was opined in the case management system of the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, which enables large-scale false imprisonments, with no legal foundation. The opinion was reviewed and published in an international computer science journal with an Editorial Board listing scholars from six European nations and Canada. [[vii]]
Regardless of the overwhelming evidence of widespread corruption of the justice system in Los Angeles County, California, the most populous in the United States, and even after inquiries by US Congress, FBI has refused to take action. [[viii]
Through such conduct, FBI and US Department of Justice permitted Los Angeles County to become “Fraud Capital, USA”, and the “epicenter of the epidemic of real estate and mortgage fraud”. [[x]
“The next FBI Director should be the best qualified person from outside the FBI, who is not a member of the judiciary,” says Dr Zernik.
Corruption of the justice system, in Los Angeles County and beyond, is at the core of the current financial crisis. Unless corruption of the justice system is addressed, economic development and civil society conditions are unlikely to improve. [[xi]
“FBI will pursue all allegations of judicial corruption vigorously, as public corruption violations are among the most serious of all criminal conduct and can tear at the fabric of a democratic society.” (December 2008)
10-04-19 Human Rights Alert (NG0) submission to the United Nations Human Rights Council for the 2010 Review (UPR) of Human Rights in the United States as incorporated into the UPR staff report, with reference to “corruption of the courts and the legal profession”.
11-05-15 Racketeering complaint against David Pasternak and the Los Angeles Superior Court posted by the International Criminal Bar (ICB); international criminal indictment more likely against Rampart Judge Jacqueline A Connor.
Zernik, J: Corruption of the Courts and the Legal Profession in California Noted in a 2010 United Nations UPR Report, 16th
World Criminology Congress, 2011
09-04-20 Prof Eliyahu Shamir’s Opinion Letter re: Sustain – the Case Management System of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles
10-08-18 Zernik, J: Data Mining as a Civic Duty – Online Public Prisoners’ Registration Systems, International Journal on Social Media: Monitoring, Measurement, Mining 1: 84-96 (2010)
11-01-07 Superior Court of Los Angeles County, California: Widespread Public Corruption and Refusal of US Department of Justice to Take Action
10-10-15 Proposed Organizational Chart of the LA-JR (alleged Los Angeles Judiciary Racket)
11-04-28 PRESS RELEASE: Los Angeles – “Fraud Capital, USA” – Correction to Los Angeles Times Report
11-04-21 PRESS RELEASE: “In Financial Crisis, No Prosecutions of Top Figures” – Because of widespread corruption of the justice system, they are effectively immune…
The widespread corruption of the US justice system is a key factor in the financial crisis, which is often overlooked.