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10-01-16 Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department: VINE vs Online Inmate Information Center - Data Survey - Jose Martinez & Jose Rodriguez s

10-01-16 Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department: VINE vs Online Inmate Information Center - Data Survey - Jose Martinez & Jose Rodriguez s

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Initial interest in the case management system of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department arose
following the jailing and hospitalization of two senior attorneys, who had filed complaints pertaining to
allegations of corruption of judges of the Los Angeles Superior Court. One of them, Richard Fine, has been
confined under coerced hospitalization for over 10 months. In parallel – Los Angeles Sheriff, Lee Baca,
refused to allow access to California Public Records, which were the arrest and booking papers of the two
attorneys. Instead, his office repeatedly referenced false and deliberately misleading data published on the
online Inmate Information Center.
Previous data surveys demonstrated that about 30% of the entries in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s
Department Inmate information Center had no booking number available. It further showed that about 50%
of the entries had fictitious court and/or case number listed as the legal authority for their jailing. Data surveys
for common latino names such as “Jose Martinez”, “Jose Rodriguez”, versus common “anglo” names such as
John Smith or John Williams, also suggested that latino named inmates were more likely to be missing a
booking number or listed with other false data.
Here, such data were further analyzed by accessing the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department listing of
inmates from two alternative sources: The VINE system, and the Inmate Information Center, and by
comparing the results of the same queries from the two systems.
The differences were of surprisingly large magnitude:
...
Results of such analysis was claimed to demonstrate that upon investigation it was very likely to be found that
large-scale false arrests and false jailing were prevalent in Los Angeles County, California. The evidence
demonstrated that such practices were patronized by the courts. Additional evidence demonstrated widespread
corruption of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles – relative to real estate and financial
institution fraud. FBI and the US Department of Justice refused to investigate allegations and overwhelming
evidence of widespread corruption of the Los Angeles County justice system. It was therefore proposed that
international observers should attempt to access public records in Los Angeles County, California, and further
explore what appeared as large scale false jailing – direct extension of the Rampart scandal (1998-2000).
Conditions of the justice system in Los Angeles County, California, may also require immediate approach to
International Human Rights courts.
Initial interest in the case management system of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department arose
following the jailing and hospitalization of two senior attorneys, who had filed complaints pertaining to
allegations of corruption of judges of the Los Angeles Superior Court. One of them, Richard Fine, has been
confined under coerced hospitalization for over 10 months. In parallel – Los Angeles Sheriff, Lee Baca,
refused to allow access to California Public Records, which were the arrest and booking papers of the two
attorneys. Instead, his office repeatedly referenced false and deliberately misleading data published on the
online Inmate Information Center.
Previous data surveys demonstrated that about 30% of the entries in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s
Department Inmate information Center had no booking number available. It further showed that about 50%
of the entries had fictitious court and/or case number listed as the legal authority for their jailing. Data surveys
for common latino names such as “Jose Martinez”, “Jose Rodriguez”, versus common “anglo” names such as
John Smith or John Williams, also suggested that latino named inmates were more likely to be missing a
booking number or listed with other false data.
Here, such data were further analyzed by accessing the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department listing of
inmates from two alternative sources: The VINE system, and the Inmate Information Center, and by
comparing the results of the same queries from the two systems.
The differences were of surprisingly large magnitude:
...
Results of such analysis was claimed to demonstrate that upon investigation it was very likely to be found that
large-scale false arrests and false jailing were prevalent in Los Angeles County, California. The evidence
demonstrated that such practices were patronized by the courts. Additional evidence demonstrated widespread
corruption of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles – relative to real estate and financial
institution fraud. FBI and the US Department of Justice refused to investigate allegations and overwhelming
evidence of widespread corruption of the Los Angeles County justice system. It was therefore proposed that
international observers should attempt to access public records in Los Angeles County, California, and further
explore what appeared as large scale false jailing – direct extension of the Rampart scandal (1998-2000).
Conditions of the justice system in Los Angeles County, California, may also require immediate approach to
International Human Rights courts.

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Joseph Zernik, PhDPO Box 526, La Verne, CA 91750;Fax: 801 998-0917; Email: jz12345@earthlink.net
 
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10101010----01010101----16 Further evidence for large scale false jailing in Los Angeles County, California16 Further evidence for large scale false jailing in Los Angeles County, California16 Further evidence for large scale false jailing in Los Angeles County, California16 Further evidence for large scale false jailing in Los Angeles County, California – – – data surveydata surveydata surveydata surveyfrom Vine versus Inmate Information Centerfrom Vine versus Inmate Information Centerfrom Vine versus Inmate Information Centerfrom Vine versus Inmate Information Center– – – Jose Martinez, Jose Rodriguez.Jose Martinez, Jose Rodriguez.Jose Martinez, Jose Rodriguez.Jose Martinez, Jose Rodriguez.
Initial interest in the case management system of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department arosefollowing the jailing and hospitalization of two senior attorneys, who had filed complaints pertaining toallegations of corruption of judges of the Los Angeles Superior Court. One of them, Richard Fine, has beenconfined under coerced hospitalization for over 10 months. In parallel – Los Angeles Sheriff, Lee Baca,refused to allow access to California Public Records, which were the arrest and booking papers of the twoattorneys. Instead, his office repeatedly referenced false and deliberately misleading data published on theonline Inmate Information Center.Previous data surveys demonstrated that about 30% of the entries in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’sDepartment Inmate information Center had no booking number available. It further showed that about 50%of the entries had fictitious court and/or case number listed as the legal authority for their jailing. Data surveysfor common latino names such as “Jose Martinez”, “Jose Rodriguez”, versus common “anglo” names such asJohn Smith or John Williams, also suggested that latino named inmates were more likely to be missing abooking number or listed with other false data.Here, such data were further analyzed by accessing the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department listing of inmates from two alternative sources: The VINE system, and the Inmate Information Center, and bycomparing the results of the same queries from the two systems.The differences were of surprisingly large magnitude: The native Inmate Information Center found 141 hitsfor a query for “Jose Martinez”, while the VINE system identified only 28 hits for the same query. Moreover,of the inmates that were found through VINE, 7% (2 out of 28) were not traceable in the Los Angeles CountyInmate Information Center at all, although VINE listed the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department as thedata source. Among inmates listed on VINE, some had Booking Numbers that were from the “low series”previously identified, which were non-continuous with other booking numbers in respect to Booking Dates,and therefore suspect.The comparison was repeated by a query of both systems or “Jose Rodriguez”, yielding 133 hits in the nativeInmate Information Center, but only 26 inmates in VINE for the same name.Results of such analysis was claimed to demonstrate that upon investigation it was very likely to be found thatlarge-scale false arrests and false jailing were prevalent in Los Angeles County, California. The evidencedemonstrated that such practices were patronized by the courts. Additional evidence demonstrated widespreadcorruption of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles – relative to real estate and financialinstitution fraud. FBI and the US Department of Justice refused to investigate allegations and overwhelmingevidence of widespread corruption of the Los Angeles County justice system. It was therefore proposed thatinternational observers should attempt to access public records in Los Angeles County, California, and furtherexplore what appeared as large scale false jailing – direct extension of the Rampart scandal (1998-2000).Conditions of the justice system in Los Angeles County, California, may also require immediate approach toInternational Human Rights courts.Dated January 6, 2010.Truly,Joseph Zernik 
 
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email=jz12345@earthlink.net, c=USLocation: LaVerne, CaliforniaDate: 2010.01.1613:51:42 -08'00'
 
Page 2/6 January 16, 2010
Table 1
:
Searched “Jose Martinez” in Vine for Los Angeles County, added Booking # from Vine,added Booking Date from Inmate Information Center.
Offender
Los Angeles County
VINE Service Number : (877) 846-3452
Search Results
We found the following 28 offender(s).
NOTE: Names in italic are alias names.
#
Register/Details
 
Booking Number
BookingDate
Last Name
 
First Name
 
Date ofBirth
 
Age
 
 
CustodyStatus
 
 
Facility/Reason
 
ReportingAgency
 
 
1.
2185629
 
01/06/2010
 
 
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE ALBERTO
 
 
10/18/1958
 
51
 
 
Transferred
 
 
Unknown
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
2.
2156468
 
NRF
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE CATARINO
 
 
04/07/1968
 
 
41
 
 
Transferred
 
 
Unknown
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
3.
2172618
 
NRF 
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE DAVID
 
 
04/25/1979
 
 
30
 
 
In Custody
 
Mira Loma
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
4.
1023745
10/18/2007
 
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE DEJESUS
 
 
12/25/1965
 
44
 
 
In Custody
 
Central Jail
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
5.
2113620
 
11/01/2009
 
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE ENRIQUE
 
 
05/13/1990
 
 
19
 
In Custody
 
Pitchess DetentionCenter SFac
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
6.
2186226
 
01/07/2010
 
 
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE GONZALEZ
 
 
11/01/1957
 
52
 
 
In Custody
 
Pitchess DetentionCenter SFac
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
7.
2113620
 
11/19/2009
 
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE IGNACIO
 
 
03/05/1990
 
 
19
 
Out ofCustody
 
 
Probation
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
8.
2005190
 
08/01/2009
 
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE IGNACIO
 
 
03/21/1991
 
 
18
 
In Custody
 
Pitchess DetentionCenter EFac
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
9.
2171410
 
12/22/2009
 
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE LUIS
 
 
02/25/1979
 
 
30
 
 
Out ofCustody
 
 
Probation
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
10.
 
 
2189204
 
x
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE LUIS
 
 
07/13/1983
 
 
26
 
 
In Custody
 
Twin TowersCorrectional Fac
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
11.
 
 
2169198
 
x
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE LUIS
 
 
07/03/1984
 
 
25
 
 
Out ofCustody
 
 
Bonded out
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
12.
 
 
2172981
 
x
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE LUIS
 
 
01/28/1987
 
 
22
 
 
Out ofCustody
 
 
Probation
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
13.
 
 
1690141
11/09/2008
 
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE LUIS
 
 
05/17/1988
 
 
21
 
 
In Custody
 
Pitchess DetentionCenter NFac
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
Page 3/6 January 16, 201014.
 
 
2191627
 
x
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE LUIS
 
 
01/15/1989
 
 
21
 
 
Out ofCustody
 
 
Release by courtorder
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
15.
 
 
2025969
 
x
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE LUIS
 
 
01/21/1989
 
 
20
 
 
Out ofCustody
 
 
Probation
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
16.
 
 
2161426
 
x
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE MANUEL
 
 
12/11/1978
 
31
 
 
In Custody
 
Twin TowersCorrectional Fac
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
17.
 
 
2023718
 
x
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE MANUEL
 
 
05/08/1986
 
 
23
 
 
In Custody
 
Pitchess DetentionCenter NFac
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
18.
 
 
2169296
 
x
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE MIGUAL
 
 
04/06/1983
 
 
26
 
 
In Custody
 
Twin TowersCorrectional Fac
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
19.
 
 
2175601
 
x
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE MIGUEL
 
 
11/05/1982
 
27
 
 
In Custody
 
Twin TowersCorrectional Fac
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
20.
 
 
2158793
 
x
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE OLAIS
 
 
09/16/1989
 
 
20
 
 
In Custody
 
North CountyCorrectional Fac
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
21.
 
 
2057307
 
x
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE ROBERT
 
 
02/16/1978
 
 
31
 
 
In Custody
 
Pitchess DetentionCenter NFac
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
22.
 
 
1334985
12/03/2009
 
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE
 
 
11/18/1976
 
33
 
 
In Custody
 
North CountyCorrectional Fac
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
23.
 
 
1937570
06/07/2009
 
 
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE
 
 
12/19/1977
 
32
 
 
In Custody
 
Twin TowersCorrectional Fac
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
24.
 
 
2191121
 
x
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE
 
 
03/19/1986
 
 
23
 
 
Out ofCustody
 
 
General release
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
25.
 
 
1929792
x
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE
 
 
10/08/1987
 
22
 
 
In Custody
 
Central Jail
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
26.
 
 
2190293
 
x
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSE
 
 
04/02/1989
 
 
20
 
 
Out ofCustody
 
 
Bonded out
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
27.
 
 
2178895
 
x
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSEPHMICHAEL
 
 
02/20/1972
 
 
37
 
 
In Custody
 
Twin TowersCorrectional Fac
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
 
28.
 
 
2187472
 
x
MARTINEZ
 
 
JOSEPH
 
 
06/24/1969
 
 
40
 
 
Out ofCustody
 
 
General release
 
 
Los Angeles
 
County Sheriff's
 
Department
 
A. General Notes
 
1. The table was downloaded from Vine2. The columns for #, Booking #, and Booking Date, were added to the table, the latter two from Vine, and fromInmate Information Center, respectively.3.NRF– No records found in Inmate Information Center of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department – wasdetected in 2 out of 28 inmates, or 7%.4. False listings of Municipal courts were found in this list as well.5. x - under booking date, indicates that a record was found, but not copied.

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