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09-06-29 Zernik v Melson et al (1:09-cv-00805) in the US Court, District of Columbia: Fraudulent papers mailed by Judge Richard Leon to pro se plaintiff, with the inscriptions “Leave to file denied”.

09-06-29 Zernik v Melson et al (1:09-cv-00805) in the US Court, District of Columbia: Fraudulent papers mailed by Judge Richard Leon to pro se plaintiff, with the inscriptions “Leave to file denied”.

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In Zernik v Melson et al in the US Court, District of Columbia, pro se plaintiff Joseph Zernik filed a Petition for a Writ of Mandamus to Compel US Officer to Perform his Duties. The two US Officers named first among respondents were Director of US Attorneys Office Kenneth Melson, and Assistant Director of FBI for Criminal Investigations Kenneth Kaiser. The petition pertained to their refusal to accord protection to the 10 million residents of Los Angeles County, California, in view of mounting evidence of racketeering by California judges.

The case was assigned to US Judge Richard Leon, who engaged in “Simulated Litigation” and alleged Criminal Fraud on the Court.

Plaintiff’s papers were never accepted for filing in the Court. Instead, they were mailed back to Plaintiff, with handwritten inscriptions by Judge Richard Leon “Leave to File Denied”. Such papers, or the “denial” of their “leave to file”, were never included in the PACER docket of the case.

The practice is not unique to Judge Richard Leon. Similar conduct was seen in the US District Court, Central District of California, US Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit, and US Supreme Court.

Effectively, the US Courts have established an Unwritten Rule of Court:

Papers that provide direct and indisputable evidence of judicial corruption are excluded from the First Amendment right to file petitions in court.[ ]

The practice provides direct evidence of the inability of the US justice system to address its own corruption.
In Zernik v Melson et al in the US Court, District of Columbia, pro se plaintiff Joseph Zernik filed a Petition for a Writ of Mandamus to Compel US Officer to Perform his Duties. The two US Officers named first among respondents were Director of US Attorneys Office Kenneth Melson, and Assistant Director of FBI for Criminal Investigations Kenneth Kaiser. The petition pertained to their refusal to accord protection to the 10 million residents of Los Angeles County, California, in view of mounting evidence of racketeering by California judges.

The case was assigned to US Judge Richard Leon, who engaged in “Simulated Litigation” and alleged Criminal Fraud on the Court.

Plaintiff’s papers were never accepted for filing in the Court. Instead, they were mailed back to Plaintiff, with handwritten inscriptions by Judge Richard Leon “Leave to File Denied”. Such papers, or the “denial” of their “leave to file”, were never included in the PACER docket of the case.

The practice is not unique to Judge Richard Leon. Similar conduct was seen in the US District Court, Central District of California, US Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit, and US Supreme Court.

Effectively, the US Courts have established an Unwritten Rule of Court:

Papers that provide direct and indisputable evidence of judicial corruption are excluded from the First Amendment right to file petitions in court.[ ]

The practice provides direct evidence of the inability of the US justice system to address its own corruption.

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Human Rights Alert 
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09-06-29
Zernik v Melson et al 
(1:09-cv-00805): Fraudulentpapers mailed by JudgeRichard Leon to
pro se 
plaintiff, with the inscriptions “Leave to file denied”.
 
 In Zernik v Melson et al
in the US Court, District of Columbia, pro se plaintiff Joseph Zernik filed a Petitionfor a Writ of Mandamus to Compel US Officer to Perform his Duties. The two US Officers named firstamong respondents were Director of US Attorneys Office Kenneth Melson, and Assistant Director of FBI forCriminal Investigations Kenneth Kaiser. The petition pertained to their refusal to accord protection to the 10million residents of Los Angeles County, California, in view of mounting evidence of racketeering byCalifornia judges.The case was assigned to US Judge Richard Leon, who engaged in “Simulated Litigation” and allegedCriminal Fraud on the Court.Plaintiff’s papers were never accepted for filing in the Court. Instead, they were mailed back to Plaintiff, withhandwritten inscriptions by Judge Richard Leon “
 Leave to File Denied 
”. Such papers, or the “denial” of their“leave to file”, were never included in the PACER docket of the case.The practice is not unique to Judge Richard Leon. Similar conduct was seen in the US District Court, CentralDistrict of California, US Court of Appeals, 9
th
Circuit, and US Supreme Court.Effectively, the US Courts have established an Unwritten Rule of Court:
Papers that provide direct and indisputable evidence of judicial corruption are excluded from theFirst Amendment right to file petitions in court.
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# Date Record Page #CERTIFICATES OF SERVICE & CERTIFICATES OF MAILING FOR: MOTION FOR ELECTRONIC FILINGPASSWORD, NOTICES # I-81 June 29, 2009 22 June 29, 2009 VERIFIED NOTICE #1 OF SUPPORTING RECORDS 3VERIFIED NOTICE OF SUPPORT RECORDS #2: GRANT DEEDS ISSUED AND FILED BY ATT DAYIDPASTERNAK ON BEHALF OF THE LA SUPERIOR COIURT3 June 29, 2009 4VEIRIFIED NOTICE #3: URGENT REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE BY AMBASSADORS4 June 29, 2009 5VERIFIED NOTICE #4: NOTICE #1 TO THE HONORABLE JEFF BOHME, U.S. JUDGE, TX5 June 29, 2009 6VERIFIED NOTICE: #5: NOTICE #2 TO THE: HONORABLE JEFF BOIlME, U.S. JUDGE,TX6 June 29, 2009 7VERIFlED NOTICE #6: NOTICE #3 TO THE HONORABLE JEFF BOHME. U.S. JUDGE, TX7 June 29, 2009 8Verified NOTICE #7: NOTICE #3, EXHIBITS VOLUME A,FILED WITH THE COURT OF THE HONORABLEJEFF BOHME, U.S., JUDGE, TX8 June 29, 2009 9Verified NOTICE #8: NOTICE #3, EXHIBITS VOLUME B,FILED WITH THE COURT OF THE HONORABLEJEFF BOHME, U.S., JUDGE, TX9 June 29, 2009 10
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