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10-09-19 Correcting False Reporting by the Los Angeles Times re: Release of Richard Fine

10-09-19 Correcting False Reporting by the Los Angeles Times re: Release of Richard Fine

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Published by: Human Rights Alert, NGO on Sep 19, 2010
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Human Rights Alert 
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10-09-19 Correcting False Reporting by the Los Angeles Times re: Release of Richard Fine 
From: jzSent: Sep 19, 2010 5:17 PMTo: newstips@latimes.com, lawsters@googlegroups.comCc: DARCY SMITH , Laurence Tribe , larry@tribelaw.com, lguinier@law.harvard.edu,rkennedy@law.harvard.edu, minow@law.harvard.edu, d.ramirez@neu.edu
Subject: Correcting misleading reporting by the Los Angeles Times in re: Release of Richard Fine
To the Editor:Please accept the correction, below, to your misleading September 18, 2010 report "Attorney Richard Finespent a year and a half behind bars on contempt-of-court charges. Is that justice?"
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 The report provided the readers false information, starting with its first sentence: "Richard Fine -- wasreleased Friday from Los Angeles County Jail after spending a year and a half behind bars on contempt-of-court charges."The true facts in the matter are that Richard Fine was both taken into custody and released from custodywith no due process of law and with no valid and effectual court records to provide the legal foundation for the conduct of Sheriff Leroy Baca in this matter.Isn't time that the Los Angeles Time start responsibly reporting regarding the conduct of the justice system inthis county?Truly,Joseph Zernik, PhDHuman Rights Alert (NGO)[1]Attorney Richard Fine spent a year and a half behind bars on contempt-of-court charges. Is that justice?
 
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Former US Prosecutor Richard Fine released last night - with no due process of law - additional evidence of falseimprisonment
 Los Angeles, September 18 - 70 year old, former US prosecutor Richard Fine was released last night from a year and a half of solitaryconfinement with no evidence that his release was the outcome of due process of law. California law is explicit in stating that theSheriff must not take any person into custody, or release any person from custody, without valid court orders to such effect. Therelease of Richard Fine with no evidence of court order to that effect, however, matches his taking into custody with no warrant andwith no judgment/conviction or sentencing ever entered in his case.Combined, Richard Fine's taking into custody and his release with no due process of law provide evidence of false imprisonmentthrough collusion of Judge David Yaffe, Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, and Los Angeles County Sheriff Leroy Baca.As documented in court actions filed by Richard Fine over the past year and a half, such conduct was fully patronized by the UnitedStates courts - national tribunals for protection of rights - from the US District Court, Central District of California, through the US

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