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Joseph Zernik, PhD
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On 2/12/2010 Joseph wrote:
They are wikipedic - they delete anything I post. However, I forwarded it to numerous newspapers, law offices, judges, my usual distribution list. jz
At 02:48 AM 2/12/2010, Brad wrote:
Joe Why don't you put this on Jerry Browns facebook? Brad Henschel, Not an active member of the Calif State Bar, only Active members can practice law in California. Don't compete with thepowers that be they don't like it. – Brad
At 02:29 AM 2/12/2010, Joseph wrote:
Fri, February 12, 2010 2:29:33 AM
Subject: Jerry Brown is appalled by corruption in San Bernardino County... has never seen anythinglike that... Gubernatorial candidate suffering from a blind spot when it comes to LA Countycorruption ...
Alexandra ZavisLA Times ReporterDear Ms Zavis:Congratulation for your
report on government corruption in San Bernardino County (copied below). Inthe
, California Attorney General, and Governor wannabe was quoted as appalled by the corruption. In the LA Times Jerry Brown has never seen corruption like this before... Of interest, whileother, smaller news papers reported on the scandal for months, and demanded prosecution of the perps, the LA Times was the last to report, only after indictments were filed, and then again - pushed it to the Local Section.Let me offer you some news tips, it looks like the LA Times could use them:1)
is definitely myopic, possibly suffering from spot blindness when it comes to government and judicial corruption in LA County. Given his gubernatorial ambitions, this health condition is definitely newsworthy, and of public interest. The
seems to be suffering from the same or similar condition as well. LA Times ran an acclaimed series on corruption in Las Vegas, and is now reporting corruption in SanBernardino, but when it comes to LA County, LA Times vision gets awfully blurred.
If you need evidence of cover up of judicial corruption in LA County by Jerry Brown, I could forward the data toyou.