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2011-05-26 PRESS RELEASE: Zernik v Melson et al (1:09-cv-00805) in the US District Court, DC - willful misconduct by US Judge Richard Leon to cover up corruption of the Los Angeles courts by Countrywide and Bank of America

2011-05-26 PRESS RELEASE: Zernik v Melson et al (1:09-cv-00805) in the US District Court, DC - willful misconduct by US Judge Richard Leon to cover up corruption of the Los Angeles courts by Countrywide and Bank of America

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Judge Richard Leon and Clerk Nancy Mayer-Whittington conducted simulated litigation, as part of a pattern seen in the US Courts from top to bottom: Refusal to protect the rights of individuals against rampant corruption of state and US judges in collusion with large corporations and financial institutions. Corruption of the US justice system is a central cause of the current financial crisis, which is often overlooked. US Congress should perform its duties.
Judge Richard Leon and Clerk Nancy Mayer-Whittington conducted simulated litigation, as part of a pattern seen in the US Courts from top to bottom: Refusal to protect the rights of individuals against rampant corruption of state and US judges in collusion with large corporations and financial institutions. Corruption of the US justice system is a central cause of the current financial crisis, which is often overlooked. US Congress should perform its duties.

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11-05-26
Zernik v Melson et al - 
willful misconduct by US Judge Richard Leon to coverup corruption of the Los Angeles courts by Countrywide and Bank of America
Judge Richard Leon and Clerk Nancy Mayer-Whittington conducted simulated litigation, as part of a pattern seen in the US Courts from top to bottom: Refusal to protect the rights of individuals against rampant corruption of state and US judges in collusion with large corporations and financial institutions.Corruption of the US justice system is a central cause of the current financial crisis, which is often overlooked. US Congress should perform its duties.
Richard J Leon, JudgeUS District Court, Washington DC
  Los Angeles, May 26 - in Zernik v Melson et al
in the US Court, District of Columbia,
 pro se
Plaintiff filed aPetition for a Writ of Mandamus
to Compel US Officer to Perform His Duties
, 28 USC §1361. The petitionpertained to refusal of FBI and US Department of Justice to protect the rights of 10 million residents of LosAngeles County, California, in view of indisputable evidence of racketeering by judges of the Los AngelesSuperior Court. [
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]The case is of particular interest, since it provides direct evidence of the tight links between corruption of the judiciary, corruption of financial institutions (Countrywide and Bank of America in this case), and patronizingof the same by FBI and US Department of Justice.Corruption of the US justice system is a central cause of the current financial crisis, which is often overlooked.[
]
The evidence of racketeering by judges of the Los Angeles Superior Court is indisputable 
The petition pertained to allegations of long-term, widespread corruption of the judiciary in Los AngelesCounty, California, and refusal of FBI and US Department of Justice toprotect the HumanConstitutional and Civil Rights of residents of that region of the USA. [
]The evidence of racketeering by Judges of the Los Angeles Superior Court is indisputable:
Retroactive immunities (“pardons”) were signed for all judges and commissioners of the SuperiorCourt of California, County of Los Angeles County, California, who had taken “not permitted”payments (“bribes”). [
]
United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) issued an official Staff Report referring to “corruptionof the courts and the legal profession and discrimination by law enforcement in California”. [
v
] Thereport was based on evidence submitted to the HRC of large-scale false imprisonments andfinancial/real estate fraud by judges of the Court.
The International Criminal Bar posted a complaint for racketeering against the Los Angeles SuperiorCourt. [
]
 
Page 2/5 May 26, 2011
Large-scale fraud was opined in Sustain, the case management system of the Los Angeles SuperiorCourt, which enables the conduct of simulated litigation of cases in violation of the law. The opinionwas supported by opinion of international computer science scholar. [
]
Fraud was opined in the case management system of the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, whichenables large-scale false imprisonments, with no legal foundation. The opinion was reviewed andpublished in an international computer science journal with an Editorial Board listing scholars fromsix European nations and Canada. [
]
Financial institutions are the beneficiaries, and FBI and US Department of Justice are the patrons 
The two US officers of the US Department of Justice, who were named first among Respondents were:
Director of US Attorneys Office Kenneth Melson, and
Assistant Director of FBI for Criminal Investigations Kenneth Kaiser.Other named among Respondents included:
SEC officers and
Bank of America Corporation executives.Key part of the evidence pertained to fraud by Bank of America and Countrywide in the courts in LosAngeles County, California, and beyond, even prior to the current financial crisis. [
]
Brief Chronology of Zernik v Melson et al 
The case was assigned to US Judge RICHARD LEON, who engaged in “Simulated Litigation” in collusionwith the Clerk of the Court NANCY MAYER-WHITTINGTON in disregard of First Amendment and DueProcess rights: [
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]
Complaint (Dkt #01)
[
] – typically the complaint is a short document. Here the complaint isvoluminous, since it included substantial part of the evidence. Based on Petitioner’s prior experiencein the US courts, it was likely that further evidence would be excluded from the docket. Filing theevidence with the Complaint ensured its entry into the public record.
Summonses (Dkt #none)
– were not docketed, in apparent violation of the
Federal Rules of CivilProcedure
, setting the litigation as Simulated Litigation from the start.
Motion for CM/ECF Password (Dkt #02)
[
] – filed together with the complaint. Denial of accessto electronic filing by
 pro se
plaintiffs enables the abuse of rights. Access to the electronicauthentication records (NEFs) in this case is denied to this date.
Statement of Disqualification of Judge Leon (Dkt #03)
[
] and
Motion to compel FBI and US Department of Justice to provide the then imprisoned Richard Fine pen and paper (Dkt #4)
 
[
]– the two records were included in the docket only after protests pertaining to dishonest conduct of thecourt. (see, below).Former US Prosecutor Richard Fine was at that time held in solitary confinement with no valid legalpapers for his arrest and imprisonment. He was denied access to pen and paper, in effort to preventhim from filing his habeas corpus petition. Fine had exposed and rebuked the taking by Los Angeles judges of “not permitted” payments (“bribes”), which required the signing of “retroactive immunities”(“pardons”) for all such judges. [
]
Evidence of corruption of the Courts in cases involving Countrywide and Bank of America(Dkt #none)
[
] – eight (8) records were duly filed on May 21, 2009. Judge Leon held thepapers in chambers and refused to permit their docketing.
 
Page 3/5 May 26, 2011
t.
Request for review of conduct of the clerk (Dkt #5)
[
] and
Request for statement on therecord by Judge Leon and Clerk Whittington (Dkt #6)
[
]
were filed in protest of denialof right to file papers in cour
Memorandum Opinion and Order by Judge Richard Leon (Dkt #7,8)
[
,
]
were mailedwith no authentication (NEF – notice of electronic filing) and therefore cannot be deemed valid courtrecords (see below).
“Leave to File Denied” (Dkt #none)
later, Petitioner received by mail the face pages of his eightpapers, which were never docketed, with hand inscriptions “Leave to file denied, RJL”. [
]
Request for Authentication Records (NEFs) (Dkt # 9)
[
]
Judge Leon never ruled on therequest, and access to the authentication records has been denied to this date.
Judge Leon and Clerk Mayer-Whittington engaged in the same conduct in a case pertaining to Judge Olinda Evans, US Court, Northern District of Georgia 
In
Windsor v Evans et 
al (1:10-cv-00197)
 
in the US Court, District of Columbia,
 pro se
Plaintiff WilliamWindsor filed complaint under cause of actions of 
 Deprivation of rights under the color of law
, 42 USC§1983, pertaining to conduct of US Judge Olinda Evans of the US District Court, Northern District of Georgia. [
]The case is of particular interest, since it provides evidence of cover up of judicial corruption, not only byJudge Richard Leon in the US District Court in Washington DC, but also by the US courts of appeals and theUS Supreme Court. [
]The evidence shows that Judge Leon and Clerk Mayer-Whittington engaged in the exact same conduct in
Windsor v Evans et al
[
] and in
 Zernik v Melson et al
– denial of the right to file papers in the court.
 
Invalid electronic systems of the US courts (PACER and CM/ECF) are germane to such conduct 
 
The PACER docket and other reports in this case provide additional evidence of the conduct of Simulated Litigation: [
]
No event is listed in the Calendar of the Court,
No Judgment is listed in the Judgment Index of the Court,
The Petition is not listed as “terminated” in the Related Transaction Report, although the case islisted as closed.Reports regarding fraud in the design and operation of PACER and CM/ECF have been previouslypublished in the National Law Journal [
] and in an international, peer-reviewed computer science journal with Editorial Board naming scholars from six European nations and Canada. [
]Request was also submitted to Harvard Law Professor Yochai Benkler, an expert on computers and thelaw, to review the evidence. [
]
US judges are not ready, willing, able to address corruption of the state and US judges.
The case of 
 Zernik v Melson et al
, and other similar cases in the US district courts, US courts of appeals, andSupreme Court of the United States document that the US courts have ef fectively established a policy,prohibiting the filing of papers, which document judicial corruption. [
]US judges are not ready, willing, able to address corruption of the state and US judges.US Congress should perform its duties.
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