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2010-08-09 Complaint Filed with US Attorney Office against California Judge Jacqueline Connor and others at the LA Superior Court for Public Corruption and Racketeering s

2010-08-09 Complaint Filed with US Attorney Office against California Judge Jacqueline Connor and others at the LA Superior Court for Public Corruption and Racketeering s

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Los Angles, August 9 – complaint was filed with US Attorney Office, Central District of California, by Human Rights Alert (NGO) and Joseph Zernik, PhD, against Judge Jacqueline Connor of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, for Public Corruption and Deprivation of Rights at both the Civil and Criminal Divisions of the Court. The complaint alleged that Judge Jacqueline Connor was a leader of racketeering at the Court. Moreover, the complaint claimed unique public policy significance, since Judge Connor was a key figure in the Rampart scandal (1998-2000) – the largest corruption scandal of the justice system in the history of the United States and a key event in history of the Los Angeles justice system. Furthermore, such judge, alleged as key figure in racketeering, imposed, according to media reports, capital punishments on criminal Defendants at the Court.
At the Civil Division - the complaint detailed the leading role of Judge Jacqueline Connor in conduct of pretense litigation in Samaan v Zernik (SC087400), opined as real estate fraud by the Court, and alleged as perversion of justice and racketeering from the bench.
Others named as perpetrators in the case included, but were not limited to:
Judge Allan Goodman, Judge John Segal, Judge Linda Hart-Cole, Judge Terry Friedman, Supervising Judge Gerald Rosenberg, and Presiding Charles McCoy, Judge (ret) Gregory O'Brien Judge (ret) Patricia Collins, and Clerk John Clarke - all of the Los Angeles Superior Court, and Attorney David Pasternak – former President of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and also former President of Bet Tzedek (“The House of Justice”) – a prominent Los Angeles Jewish charity.
Multiple judges of the Court colluded in the presiding in the case with no Assignment Orders, and the Clerk of the Court, John A Clarke, refused to certify the case as litigation of the Superior Court of California.
Plaintiff never paid her filing fee in the case, but the Clerk refused to dismiss the complaint. All consequent fees collected by the Clerk were designated in the Register of Actions (California civil docket) as “Journal Entry”, whereas in other cases of the Court such fees were designated as “Filing Fees”, “Motion Fees”, “Stipulation Fees”, etc. Presiding Judge Charles McCoy and Clerk of the Court John A Clarke refused to disclose the ultimate designation of the funds. Accountancy texts consider misuse of “Journal Entry” as a cardinal sign of high-level financial management fraud.
No minutes, orders, or judgment were ever authenticated in the case. No judgment was ever entered in the case and no writ of execution was ever issued. Regardless, Attorney David Pasternak forcibly took possession of real property on behalf of the Superior Court. He then proceeded to issue on behalf of the Court Grant deeds, which were opined by Fraud Expert as “fraud being committed”.
The complaint provided evidence of void, false on their faces, and deliberately misleading court minutes, orders, and judgment, which were routinely issued by Judge Jacqueline Connor in the case, but which were nevertheless inserted in the court file and acted upon by Judge Connor, as if they were valid court records.
Two events were listed as notable evidence of the alleged fraud and perversion of justice by Judge Jacqueline Connor in the case:
a) On June 6, 2007, Judge Connor conducted an ex parte proceeding in a dark courtroom, where Countrywide Financial Corporation was permitted to appear under false party designation of “Non Party” with a fraudulent request for a gag/protective order. In such off the record, off the calendar proceeding Judge Jacqueline Connor issued a ruling, which was represented in court as a valid court ruling, and was later acted upon by Judge Connor as such. However, in the Register of Actions (California civil docket) Judge Connor recorded the proceeding as “Proceeding not recorded”, Countrywide’s paper, which was fi
Executive Summary
Los Angles, August 9 – complaint was filed with US Attorney Office, Central District of California, by Human Rights Alert (NGO) and Joseph Zernik, PhD, against Judge Jacqueline Connor of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, for Public Corruption and Deprivation of Rights at both the Civil and Criminal Divisions of the Court. The complaint alleged that Judge Jacqueline Connor was a leader of racketeering at the Court. Moreover, the complaint claimed unique public policy significance, since Judge Connor was a key figure in the Rampart scandal (1998-2000) – the largest corruption scandal of the justice system in the history of the United States and a key event in history of the Los Angeles justice system. Furthermore, such judge, alleged as key figure in racketeering, imposed, according to media reports, capital punishments on criminal Defendants at the Court.
At the Civil Division - the complaint detailed the leading role of Judge Jacqueline Connor in conduct of pretense litigation in Samaan v Zernik (SC087400), opined as real estate fraud by the Court, and alleged as perversion of justice and racketeering from the bench.
Others named as perpetrators in the case included, but were not limited to:
Judge Allan Goodman, Judge John Segal, Judge Linda Hart-Cole, Judge Terry Friedman, Supervising Judge Gerald Rosenberg, and Presiding Charles McCoy, Judge (ret) Gregory O'Brien Judge (ret) Patricia Collins, and Clerk John Clarke - all of the Los Angeles Superior Court, and Attorney David Pasternak – former President of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and also former President of Bet Tzedek (“The House of Justice”) – a prominent Los Angeles Jewish charity.
Multiple judges of the Court colluded in the presiding in the case with no Assignment Orders, and the Clerk of the Court, John A Clarke, refused to certify the case as litigation of the Superior Court of California.
Plaintiff never paid her filing fee in the case, but the Clerk refused to dismiss the complaint. All consequent fees collected by the Clerk were designated in the Register of Actions (California civil docket) as “Journal Entry”, whereas in other cases of the Court such fees were designated as “Filing Fees”, “Motion Fees”, “Stipulation Fees”, etc. Presiding Judge Charles McCoy and Clerk of the Court John A Clarke refused to disclose the ultimate designation of the funds. Accountancy texts consider misuse of “Journal Entry” as a cardinal sign of high-level financial management fraud.
No minutes, orders, or judgment were ever authenticated in the case. No judgment was ever entered in the case and no writ of execution was ever issued. Regardless, Attorney David Pasternak forcibly took possession of real property on behalf of the Superior Court. He then proceeded to issue on behalf of the Court Grant deeds, which were opined by Fraud Expert as “fraud being committed”.
The complaint provided evidence of void, false on their faces, and deliberately misleading court minutes, orders, and judgment, which were routinely issued by Judge Jacqueline Connor in the case, but which were nevertheless inserted in the court file and acted upon by Judge Connor, as if they were valid court records.
Two events were listed as notable evidence of the alleged fraud and perversion of justice by Judge Jacqueline Connor in the case:
a) On June 6, 2007, Judge Connor conducted an ex parte proceeding in a dark courtroom, where Countrywide Financial Corporation was permitted to appear under false party designation of “Non Party” with a fraudulent request for a gag/protective order. In such off the record, off the calendar proceeding Judge Jacqueline Connor issued a ruling, which was represented in court as a valid court ruling, and was later acted upon by Judge Connor as such. However, in the Register of Actions (California civil docket) Judge Connor recorded the proceeding as “Proceeding not recorded”, Countrywide’s paper, which was fi

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10-08-09 Complaint for Public Corruption against Judge Jacqueline Connor and Others at both the Civil and Criminal Divisions of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles
Executive Summary 1 Los Angles, August 9 – complaint was filed with US Attorney Office, Central District of California, by Human Rights Alert (NGO) and Joseph Zernik, PhD, against Judge Jacqueline Connor of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, for Public Corruption and Deprivation of Rights at both the Civil and Criminal Divisions of the Court. The complaint alleged that Judge Jacqueline Connor was a leader of racketeering at the Court. Moreover, the complaint claimed unique public policy significance, since Judge Connor was a key figure in the Rampart scandal (1998-2000) – the largest corruption scandal of the justice system in the history of the United States and a key event in history of the Los Angeles justice system. Furthermore, such judge, alleged as key figure in racketeering, imposed, according to media reports, capital punishments on criminal Defendants at the Court. At the Civil Division - the complaint detailed the leading role of Judge Jacqueline Connor in conduct of pretense litigation in Samaan v Zernik (SC087400), opined as real estate fraud by the Court, and alleged as perversion of justice and racketeering from the bench. Others named as perpetrators in the case included, but were not limited to: Judge Allan Goodman, Judge John Segal, Judge Linda Hart-Cole, Judge Terry Friedman, Supervising Judge Gerald Rosenberg, and Presiding Charles McCoy, Judge (ret) Gregory O'Brien Judge (ret) Patricia Collins, and Clerk John Clarke - all of the Los Angeles Superior Court, and Attorney David Pasternak – former President of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and also former President of Bet Tzedek (“The House of Justice”) – a prominent Los Angeles Jewish charity. Multiple judges of the Court colluded in the presiding in the case with no Assignment Orders, and the Clerk of the Court, John A Clarke, refused to certify the case as litigation of the Superior Court of California. Plaintiff never paid her filing fee in the case, but the Clerk refused to dismiss the complaint. All consequent fees collected by the Clerk were designated in the Register of Actions (California civil docket) as “Journal Entry”, whereas in other cases of the Court such fees were designated as “Filing Fees”, “Motion Fees”, “Stipulation Fees”, etc. Presiding Judge Charles McCoy and Clerk of the Court John A Clarke refused to disclose the ultimate designation of the funds. Accountancy texts consider misuse of “Journal Entry” as a cardinal sign of high-level financial management fraud. No minutes, orders, or judgment were ever authenticated in the case. No judgment was ever entered in the case and no writ of execution was ever issued. Regardless, Attorney David Pasternak forcibly took possession of real property on behalf of the Superior Court. He then proceeded to issue on behalf of the Court Grant deeds, which were opined by Fraud Expert as “fraud being committed”. The complaint provided evidence of void, false on their faces, and deliberately misleading court minutes, orders, and judgment, which were routinely issued by Judge Jacqueline Connor in the case, but which were nevertheless inserted in the court file and acted upon by Judge Connor, as if they were valid court records. Two events were listed as notable evidence of the alleged fraud and perversion of justice by Judge Jacqueline Connor in the case: a) On June 6, 2007, Judge Connor conducted an ex parte proceeding in a dark courtroom, where Countrywide Financial Corporation was permitted to appear under false party designation of “Non Party” with a fraudulent request For ease of access to the hyperlinks provided in instant complaint, an online copy was also posted online at: http://inproperinla.com/10-08-09-complaint-filed-with-us-attorney-office-agaisnt-judge-jacqueline-connor-for-publiccorruption-racketeering-s.pdf
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for a gag/protective order. In such off the record, off the calendar proceeding Judge Jacqueline Connor issued a ruling, which was represented in court as a valid court ruling, and was later acted upon by Judge Connor as such. However, in the Register of Actions (California civil docket) Judge Connor recorded the proceeding as “Proceeding not recorded”, Countrywide’s paper, which was filed on that date was eliminated from the paper court file, and no minutes were ever entered in the paper court file either. b) On September 10, 2007, Judge Connor recorded in the Register of Actions a hearing that was never heard, and a ruling that was never ruled – after she consented to be removed from the case following Disqualification for a Cause. In such alleged fraud, Judge Connor recorded a fictitious hearing and fictitious ruling pertaining to fraud in Countrywide’s banking records, which she had previously falsely admitted as evidence in the case. The complaint alleged that Judge Jacqueline Connor’s routine fraud technique in Samaan v Zernik involved issuing void, not voidable records, which could appear to a naïve reviewer as merely “inadvertent errors”. Judge Connor, nevertheless, treated such void, false on their faces records, as honest, valid, and effectual court records. At the Criminal Division - the complaint alleged that Judge Jacqueline Connor engaged in fraud and perversion of justice, while presiding with no authority at all in the First Rampart Trial (2000) – the People v People v Edward Ortiz, Brian Liddy, Michael Buchanan, et al. The litigation originated from Rampart scandal investigation (1998-2000) - the largest corruption scandal of the justice system in the history of United States. Prof Erwin Chemerinsky, founding Dean of the University of California, Irvine Law School, opined in 2001: “This is conduct associated with the most repressive dictators and police states… and judges must share responsibility when innocent people are convicted.” As noted by media already in 2000, Judge Connor had been directly involved in conduct of LAPD officers and district prosecutors - the subject matter, which was purportedly reviewed in the prosecution. She was also reported to have been unusually close to the Defendants and a key witness – Rafael Perez, prior to eruption of the scandal. Furthermore, she had also made discriminatory public comments pertaining to the subject matter prior to the onset of the prosecution. Nevertheless, Judge Jacqueline Connor failed to recuse from the case. Judge Connor consequently ruled to exclude much of the prosecution’s evidence in the case. After jury nevertheless convicted three of the Defendants, she issued from home a ruling, claiming that her inadvertent errors in the case “fatally biased” the jury. Therefore, she reversed jury convictions. Her conduct in the case was described by media as “unprecedented”. Through such conduct in the First Rampart Trial it was alleged that Judge Jacqueline Connor undermined judicial review of criminalities that were part of the Rampart corruption scandal, and that she was central to the ongoing false imprisonment of thousands of Rampart-FIPs (Falsely Imprisoned Persons) - victims of the Rampart scandal, who have never been released to this date. The official Blue Ribbon Review Panel Report (2006) documented judges of the Court as central to the continued false imprisonment of the Rampart-FIPs, and called for “external investigation” of the Court, which has never been instituted to this date. The complaint also alleged, based on anonymous accounts by criminal defense attorneys, pertaining to other criminal prosecutions, that competent investigation would discover plenty of additional evidence of Judge Jacqueline Connor’s alleged corruption in other prosecutions at the Criminal Division of the Court. Overall, the complaint alleged that only through combined review of Judge Connor’s conduct at both the Civil and the Criminal Divisions, the full scope of her alleged corruption and her leading role in racketeering at the Court would be discovered. Human Rights Alert is dedicated to discovering, archiving, and disseminating evidence of Human Rights violations by the justice systems of the State of California and the United States in Los Angeles County, California, and beyond. Special emphasis is given to the unique role of computerized case management systems in the precipitous deterioration of integrity of the justice system in the United States. _______________

Andre Birotte Jr., US Attorney, Central District of California. 221 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90012 By certified mail. By fax: 213-894-6269 TO US ATTORNEY, CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA: Please accept instant Citizen’s Complaint by Joseph Zernik, PhD, and Human Rights Alert (NGO) against Judge Jacqueline Connor and the Los Angeles Superior Court – for public corruption and deprivation of rights, relative to her conduct at both

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the Civil and Criminal Divisions of the Court. Judge Jacqueline Connor is alleged as key figure in racketeering at the Court. COMPLAINT A. General 1. What did the experts say about the justice system in Los Angeles County, California?
• • "Innocent people remain in prison" "...the LA Superior Court and the DA office, the two other parts of the justice system that the Blue Panel Report recommends must be investigated relative to the integrity of the system, have not produced any response that we know of..." LAPD Blue Ribbon Review Panel Report (2006) i "...judges tried and sentenced a staggering number of people for crimes they did not commit." Prof David Burcham, Dean, Loyola Law School, LA (2000) ii "This is conduct associated with the most repressive dictators and police states... and judges must share responsibility when innocent people are convicted." Prof Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean, Irvine Law School (2000) iii

2. Complainants Human Rights Alert (NGO) and Joseph Zernik, PhD, resident of Los Angeles County, California Mailing Address: PO Box 526, La Verne, California 91750 Tel: 323-515-4583 Fax: (preferred) 323-488-9697 Email: (preferred) jz12345@earthlink.net 3. Complainants are not attorneys, neither are they represented by counsel in matters, which are subject of instant complaint. Therefore, in most case, no sections of the code were cited. Instead, the US Attorney is requested to apply the correct sections of the code. In case errors were made, where sections of the code were cited, the US Attorney is requested to disregard such citations of the code, and instead - review the facts alone and apply to them the correct sections of the code. 4. Public Policy Significance The complaint holds unique public policy significance, since it documents the leading role of Judge Jacqueline Connor in alleged racketeering at the Court. At the Civil Division, such conduct is detailed pertaining to Samaan v Zernik, a case that was opined as real estate fraud by the Court. Similar conduct is detailed in the Criminal Division, pertaining to the First Rampart Trial (2000). In the latter trial, Judge Jacqueline Connor allegedly perverted justice to prevent honest, valid, and effectual judicial review of alleged criminalities that were the subject of the Rampart scandal investigation (1998-2000) – a key event in the history of the justice system. Through such conduct, Judge Jacqueline Connor is alleged as central to the ongoing large-scale false imprisonment of thousands of Rampart FIPs (Falsely Imprisoned Persons) – victims of the Rampart scandal, as detailed in a separate complaint, previously filed with the US Attorneys Office. iv The complaint holds unique public policy significance also since Judge Jacqueline Connor, alleged as key figure in racketeering, imposed, according to media reports, capital punishments on criminal Defendants at the Court. Therefore, the complaint claims that only through combined review of Judge Jacqueline Connor’s conduct in both the Civil and Criminal Divisions of the Court, the full scope of her alleged corruption and racketeering at the Court would be discovered. B. At the Civil Division – complaint pertaining to conduct of Judge Jacqueline Connor and others in Samaan v Zernik (SC087400) 1. The Accused

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a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k) l) m)

Judge Jacqueline Connor, Judge Allan Goodman, Judge John Segal, Judge Linda Hart-Cole, Judge Terry Friedman, Supervising Judge Gerald Rosenberg, Presiding Charles McCoy, Judge (ret) Gregory O'Brien Judge (ret) Patricia Collins, Clerk John Clarke, Deputy Clerk Debbie Witts, Courtroom Clerk Vivian Jaime, and Attorney David Pasternak – former President of the Los Angeles County Bar

2. General Claims Conduct of the accused at the Civil Division of the Court in the caption, referenced above, is alleged as including, but not limited to: a) Public Corruption; b) Deprivation of Rights Under the Color of Law; c) Honest Services Fraud; d) Fraud; e) Mail Fraud; f) Falsification of Court Records; g) Conspiracy, h) Denial of due process of law, and i) Racketeering. It should be emphasized that conduct in the civil courts, which is detailed in instant complaint, is not unique at all. Other pretense litigations at the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, were detailed in previous complaints pertaining to Galdjie v Darwish – a prototype of real estate fraud by the Court, v Marina v Los Angeles County – a prime example of false imprisonment by the Court, vi and Sturgeon v Los Angeles County – which undermines any prospect of future honest services at the Court. vii 3. Additional evidence and records are provided in records linked below, in respective court files, and in complaints previously filed with the office of US Attorney, Los Angeles. For the sake of brevity, only a small part of the evidence was described and linked below. Please do not hesitate to contact Dr Zernik for additional evidence in this matter. Please consider the records (linked below), as integral part of instant complaint, including, but not limited to the First Amended Complaint filed in Zernik v Connor et al (2:08-cv-01550) at the US District Court, Central District of California. viii Additional evidence pertaining to instant complaint, which further supports the allegations is held in: a) Records in paper court file of Samaan v Zernik (SC087400) at the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles b) Records in the electronic court files under the same caption; c) Complaints, which were separately filed with the office of US Attorney, Central District of California, pertaining to conduct the courts in Los Angeles County in other cases, all alleged as pretense litigations of the Court, referenced above and linked below. 4. Related court actions at the US District Court entailed pretense litigations as well. Dr Joseph Zernik filed a complain at the US District Court, Central District of California, in Zernik v Connor et al (2:08-cv-01550), under cause of action of Deprivation of Rights under the Color of Law. However, the

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US Court mimicked conduct of the Los Angeles Superior Court, and conducted pretense litigation in Zernik v Connor et al as well. No minutes, orders, or judgment of the US District Court were ever authenticated by the Clerk of the US District Court, and the Clerk of the US District Court refuses to certify the PACER docket in the case as one that was constructed pursuant to the law and by authority of the Clerk, as detailed in complaint filed with the US Attorneys Office against US Magistrate Carla Woehrle, Judge Virginia Phillips, and Clerk Terri Nafisi. ix 5. At the Civil Division of the Court Judge Jacqueline Connor led a group of judges, clerks, and attorneys in the enactment of pretense litigation in Samaan v Zernik. Detailed evidence is provided in the First Amended Complaint in Zernik v Connor et al, linked below. Two particularly notable events of alleged fraud and perversion of justice by Judge Jacqueline Connor in the case are: a) On July 6, 2007, Judge Connor conducted an ex parte proceeding in a dark courtroom, where Countrywide Financial Corporation was permitted to appear under false party designation of “Non Party” with a fraudulent request for a gag/protective order. In such off the record, off the calendar proceeding Judge Jacqueline Connor issued a ruling, which was represented in court as a valid court ruling, and was later acted upon by Judge Connor as such. However, in the Register of Actions (California civil docket) Judge Connor recorded the proceeding as “Proceeding not recorded”, x Countrywide’s paper, xi which was filed in Court on that date, was eliminated from the court file, and no Minutes were ever entered in the paper court file either. b) On September 10, 2007, Judge Connor recorded in the Register of Actions and in unauthenticated Minutes, xii a hearing that was never heard, and a ruling that was never ruled, as noted on Court Reporter’s transcript xiii – after she consented to be removed from the case following Disqualification for a Cause, which detailed her alleged willful misconduct. In such alleged fraud, Judge Connor recorded a September 10, 2007 fictitious hearing and fictitious ruling pertaining to fraud in Countrywide’s banking records, which she had previously falsely admitted as evidence in the case. Therefore, it is alleged that Judge Jacqueline Connor’s fraud technique in Samaan v Zernik, further detailed in the First Amended Complaint, linked below, involved the routine issuing void, not voidable records, which could appear to a naïve reviewer as merely “inadvertent errors”. Judge Connor and others at the Court, nevertheless, treated such void, false on their faces records, as honest, valid, and effectual court records. Alleged perversion of justice, which was initiated by Judge Jacqueline Connor in Samaan v Zernik, culminated in the issuance of Grant Deeds by Attorney David Pasternak on property of Dr Joseph Zernik with no entered judgment and with no writ of execution. Such Grant Deeds were opined as fraud by a Fraud Expert second to none. xiv It is only through the collusion of judges, clerks, and counsel, who were led by Judge Jacqueline Connor, that such conduct at the Court was made possible. As documented in other complaints filed with the office of the US Attorney, conduct of pretense litigation at the civil courts at the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, was not an isolated case at all. Therefore, it is alleged that conduct of the Court, where Judge Jacqueline Connor was a leading figure, amounted to a long-term conspiracy to deprive the 10 million residents of Los Angeles of honest courts and fair hearings, and amounted to a well-established racketeering enterprise. C. At the Criminal Division - complaint pertaining to conduct of Judge Jacqueline Connor and others in the First Rampart Trial (2000) – People v Edward Ortiz, Brian Liddy, Michael Buchanan et al. 1. The Accused a) Judge Jacqueline Connor, b) Others – to be identified upon investigation and discovery. 2. General Claims Conduct of the accused at the Criminal Division of the Court in the caption, referenced above, is alleged as including, but not limited to: a) Public Corruption; b) Deprivation of Rights Under the Color of Law; c) Honest Services Fraud;

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d) Fraud, e) Falsification of Court Records f) Conspiracy, and g) Racketeering. 6. Additional evidence would be discovered upon investigation of criminal defense attorneys. An anonymous letter by a criminal defense attorney, pertaining to Judge Jacqueline Connor’s conduct at the Criminal Division is linked below. xv The letter stated: “My opinion is that she belongs in prison, not on the bench”. Another anonymous account by a criminal defense attorney is also provided, detailing alleged collusion by prosecutors and Judge Connor in intimidation of a witness. xvi The account stated:
I was a material witness in criminal case over which Judge Connor presided. The District Attorney tried to coerce me to commit perjury and when I refused, he said that “some judge” would get me and the DA would criminally prosecute me unless I testified "exactly the way" the DA wanted. Shortly thereafter, Judge Connor knowingly made false accusations against me to the State Bar. (I happen to be an attorney, but was a witness in this case.) Judge Connor made her bogus complaint anonymously, and she structured the complaint to sound as if the defendant had made the complaint to the State Bar.

Such records are not provided as evidence per se. However, such records demonstrate that upon competent investigation of criminal defense attorneys, plenty of additional evidence would be discovered, which would expose the full scope of Judge Jacqueline Connor’s alleged corruption at the Criminal Division. Furthermore, such records document the level of intimidation of counsel by Judge Connor, who was described by media as “eviscerating” counsel from the bench. 7. At the Criminal Division Judge Jacqueline Connor led efforts to pervert justice in prosecution of alleged criminalities that were exposed in the Rampart scandal investigation (1998-2000). As documented in the Rampart scandal investigation (1998-2000) alleged racketeering was pervasive also at the Criminal Division of the Court. The investigation and events surrounding the Rampart scandal also exposed the unique central role that Judge Jacqueline Connor had in affecting the false imprisonments in collusion with Rampart police officers, and prosecutors and her unusual close relationship with Rafael Perez and other Rampart Division LAPD officers, who were at the center of the corruption. Media also recorded her discriminatory public comments regarding key witness in the case – former LAPD officer Rafael Perez, xvii who was reported as particularly close to her prior to eruption of the scandal. In disregard of such facts, and in disregard of the law, Judge Jacqueline Connor then appeared as a Judge and presided in the First Rampart Trial (2000). Her conduct in that case raised objections already during that prosecution. xviii Judge Connor excluded much of the prosecution’s evidence in the case, in a ruling that raised questions by media and legal experts already at that time. Following jury conviction of three of the four Defendants in the case, Judge Jacqueline Connor issued from home, on December 22, 2000, a ruling reversing jury convictions. The ruling was called by media “unprecedented”. In such ruling Judge Jacqueline Connor falsely represented that her inadvertent errors in jury instructions had “fatally biased” the jury in the case. xix , xx D. Overall Conduct of Judge Jacqueline Connor at both the Civil and the Criminal Courts 1. Therefore, it is alleged that only combined investigation of Judge Jacqueline Connor’s conduct at both the Civil and Criminal Divisions would expose the full scope of the alleged corruption. It is claimed that following investigation and discovery of the scope of Judge Jacqueline Connor’s conduct in alleged perversion of justice in Samaan v Zernik, any reasonable person would conclude that her conduct in the First Rampart Trial involved no inadvertent errors. Instead, it amounted to concerted efforts to allegedly pervert justice in that prosecution as well.

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Furthermore, it is alleged that full investigation of Judge Jacqueline Connor’s conduct at both the Civil and Criminal Divisions of the Court would find her to be a central figure in perversion of justice and racketeering at the Court. 2. The cases related to conduct of Judge Jacqueline Connor at both the Civil and Criminal Divisions of the Court hold unique public policy significance, since they provide unique evidence of refusal of FBI and California Attorney General and gubernatorial aspirant Jerry Brown to provide equal protection. Complaints regarding conduct of the Superior Court, including, but not limited to Samaan v Zernik and the ongoing large-scale false imprisonments in Los Angeles County, were previously filed with California Attorney General and gubernatorial aspirant Jerry Brown. California Attorney General Jerry Brown, was recently quoted by media a “appalled by corruption”. However, Jerry Brown refused to provide equal protection for the 10 million residents of Los Angeles County against alleged widespread public corruption and racketeering by the Courts in Los Angeles County, California. FBI, likewise, has refused so far to investigate complaints in this matter. It was therefore claimed in the April 2010 Human Rights Alert report to the United Nations, that refusal of US officers to provide equal protection to the 10 million residents of Los Angeles County, California, in view of racketeering by the Courts, amounted to serious violations of Human Rights in ratified international law. xxi 3. Conduct, documented in instant complaint, is the culmination of efforts by the Courts, lasting several decades, to ambiguate procedures related to Judgment Books and Entry of Judgments – fundamentals of Due Process of Law. As detailed in previous complaints, the Court has published for decades false and deliberately misleading Local Rules of Court pertaining to entry of judgment and the maintenance of Judgement Books. Moreover, Presiding Judge Charles McCoy and Clerk of the Court refuse to disclose the true Local Rules of Court pertaining to such procedures, and to correct the false published Rules. 4. Alleged widespread corruption of the justice system in Los Angeles is drawing both national and international awareness. As part of the first ever review by the United Nations (UPR) of Human Rights in the United States, report was filed by Human Rights Alert (NGO) and Dr Joseph Zernik, xxii alleging widespread corruption of the justice system in Los Angeles County, California. The report further documented the refusal of senior officers of the US government to abide by its duties and responsibilities pursuant to ratified international law – in failure to accord equal protection to the 10 million residents of Los Angeles County. As part of the UPR process, US, UK, Germany, and France based blogs were created,xxiii where over 17,000 readers from some 85 nations were recorded so far. A Scribd site was created for Human Rights Alert in January 2010, which has recorded over 100,000 reads, with over 500 reads a day in recent months.xxiv Additional news sites, where Dr Zernik and Human Rights Alert routinely issue press releases, attracted tens of thousands of additional readers. xxv Furthermore, an online archive was established, xxvi documenting the alleged abuses of rights. The archive, not a user’s friendly site by any stretch of imagination, has attracted thousands of visits per month from nations worldwide, totaling of close to 90,000 visits in 2010 alone. xxvii 5. Remedies are requested by the US Attorney, Central District of California, including, but not limited to equal protection of all 10 millions who reside in Los Angeles County. US Attorney, Central District of California, is herein requested to provide the following remedies: a) Equal protection of the Constitutional, Civil, and Human Rights of all 10 millions who reside in Los Angeles County under US and ratified international law, by putting an end to pretend litigations at the Los

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Angeles Superior Court by compelling the Courts to comply with California, US, and ratified international law. b) Enforcement of First Amendment rights and US Supreme Court decision in Nixon v Warner Communications, Inc (1978) in Los Angeles County, California, by compelling the Los Angeles Superior Court to permit public access – to inspect and to copy court records - including, but not limited to the Register of Actions, Audit Data in the Registers, and paper court files. c) Enforcement of Fair Hearings and Due Process rights in Los Angeles County, California, by compelling the Los Angeles Superior Court to publish honest, valid, and effectual Local Rules of Court, including, but not limited to rules pertaining to entry of judgment and maintenance of Books of Judgments, as required by California Civil Code. d) Investigation and, if necessary, prosecution of the accused, in particular Judge Jacqueline Connor in re: allegations of public corruption and deprivation of rights under the color of law. It should be noted that the request in instant complaint for US investigation of the justice system in Los Angeles County, California, is a repeat of the recommendations of the official report of the Blue Ribbon Review Panel (2006). xxviii 6. Request for due process in acceptance, acknowledgement, and review of complaints at the US Attorney Office, Central District of California. As previously noted, the web pages of the US Attorney Office and information received from staff of the Office, would lead a reasonable person to conclude that at best a vague and ambiguous procedures were established at the US Attorney’s Office for acceptance, acknowledgment, and review of complaints at the newly re-established Public Corruption and Civil Rights unit. It is therefore explicitly requested that the US Attorney Office, Central District of California, accord due process to instant complaint: a) That the complaint be accepted as such; b) That the US Attorney Office acknowledge receipt of the complaint and issue a reference number for the complaint; c) That the complaint be duly reviewed, and d) That following review, a response be provided, verified by an authorized person. Respectfully, Dated: August 9, 2010 Joseph Zernik, PhD

By: ______________ JOSEPH H ZERNIK PO Box 526, La Verne, CA 91750 Phone: 323.515.4583 Fax: 323.488.9697 Email <jz12345@earthlink.net> CC: 1) Prof David Burcham – former Dean, Loyola Law School <david.burcham@lmu.edu> 2) Prof Erwin Chemerinsky – Dean, Irvine Law School <EChemerinsky@law.uci.edu> 3) Attorney Connie Rice – Los Angeles Advancement Project <dmcmorris@advanceproj.org> 4) UPR Office of the United Nations <UPRsubmissions@ohchr.org>

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5) UPR Office of the US State Department: <upr_info@state.gov> 6) The Honorable Dianne Feinstein – Senator from California 7) US Senate and House of Representatives – Judiciary Committees LINKS
LAPD Blue Ribbon Review Panel Report (2006) http://www.scribd.com/doc/24902306/ ii Paper by Prof David Burcham, Dean, Loyola Law School, LA (2001) http://www.scribd.com/doc/29043589/ iii Paper by Prof Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean, Irvine Law School (2001) http://www.scribd.com/doc/27433920/ iv 10-06-28-Human-Rights-Alert-Complaint-filed-with-US-Attorney-Office-Los-Angeles-Re-Large-Scale-FalseImprisonments-in-Los-Angeles-County-s http://www.scribd.com/doc/33647477/ v Complaints filed with US Attorneys Office pertaining to Galdjie v Darwish: 10-07-19-Complaint-filed-with-US-Attorney-Office-against-Judge-John-Segal-Clerk-John-Clarke-Attorney-DavidPasternak-Los-Angeles-Superior-Court-in Galdjie v Darwish http://www.scribd.com/doc/34504304/ 10-07-22-Complaint-filed-with-US-Attorney-Office-against-the-California-Court-of-Appeal-2nd-District-in-Re-PublicCorruption-racketeering-in-Galdjie-v-Darwish http://www.scribd.com/doc/34725529/ vi Complaint filed with US Attorneys Office pertaining to Marina v Los Angeles County: 10-07-08-Complaint-Filed-with-US-Attorney-Office-Los-Angeles-against-Judge-David-Yaffe-and-Sheriff-Lee-Baca-for-PublicCorruption-and-Deprivation of Rights http://www.scribd.com/doc/34057033/ vii Complaint filed with US Attorneys Office pertaining to Sturgeon v Los Angeles County: 10-07-15-Complaint-filed-with-US-Attorney-Office-Central-District-of-California-against-Justice-James-A-Richman-PresidingJudge-Charles-McCoy-Clerk John Clarke: http://www.scribd.com/doc/34408770/ viii First Amended Complaint filed in Zernik v Connor et al (2:08-cv-01550) at the US District Court, Central District of California http://www.scribd.com/doc/30766354/ ix 10-07-12-Complaint-for-public-corruption-against-US-Magistrate-Carla-Woehrle-and-others-at-the-US-District-Court-CentralDistrict-of-California-s http://www.scribd.com/doc/34194403/ x 07-06-06 Alleged fraud and perversion of justice pertaining to records of “Proceeding not recorded” in the Register of Actions of Samaan v Zernik for ex parte application by “Non Party” Countrywide Financial Corporation: http://www.scribd.com/doc/35589304/ xi 07-07-06 Samaan v Zernik (SC087400) - “Non-Party” Countrywide’s ex parte application for a gag/protective order, in an off the record proceeding, which was eliminated from Court file: http://www.scribd.com/doc/25002347/ xii 07-09-10 Alleged fraud by Judge Jacqueline Connor, in recording Disqualification for a Cause as a hearing, which was never heard, and a ruling, which was never ruled: http://www.scribd.com/doc/35571159/ xiii 07-09-10 Alleged fraud by Judge Jacqueline Connor, in recording Disqualification for a Cause as a hearing, which was never heard, and a ruling, which was never ruled: http://www.scribd.com/doc/35571159/ xiv 07-12-17 Grant Deeds issued by Attorney David Pasternak, opined as fraud by Fraud Expert James Wedick: http://www.scribd.com/doc/24991238/ xv 08-08-19-Samaan-v-Zernik-SC087400-Anonymous-Letter-from-a-Criminal-Defense-Attorney-Re-Judge-Jacqueline-Connor-andthe-Rampart-scandal-1998-2000-s http://www.scribd.com/doc/31670169/ xvi 09-10-03-Judge-Jacqueine-Connor-Conduct-at-the-Criminal-Divison-Anonymous-Account-in-re-Intimidation-of-witnessCourthouse-Forum http://www.scribd.com/doc/35588507/ xvii 00-10-08-First-Rampart-Trial-2000-Comments-by-Judge-Jacqueline-Connor-Raise-Eyebrows-LA-Times
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http://www.scribd.com/doc/35587833/ 00-11-17-Los-Angeles-Times-on-Rampart-Judge-Jacqueline-Connor http://www.scribd.com/doc/35588136/ xix 00-12-24-First-Rampart-Trial-2000-Judge-Jacqueline-Connor-s-Decision-Los-Angeles-Times http://www.scribd.com/doc/35566004/ xx 00-12-24-First-Rampart-Trial-2000-Judge-Jacqueline-Connor-Overturns-Convictions-of-Police-in-Scandal-Nyt http://www.scribd.com/doc/35565999/ xxi April 2010 Human Rights Alert (NGO) report to the UN for the 2010 UPR: 1) Press Release: http://www.scribd.com/doc/30200004/ 2) Submission: http://www.scribd.com/doc/30147583/ 3) Appendix: http://www.scribd.com/doc/30163613/ xxii April 2010 Human Rights Alert (NGO) report to the UN for the 2010 UPR: 1) Press Release: http://www.scribd.com/doc/30200004/ 2) Submission: http://www.scribd.com/doc/30147583/ 3) Appendix: http://www.scribd.com/doc/30163613/ xxiii Blog associated with Human Rights Alert (NGO) http://human-rights-alert.blogspot.com/ http://josephzernik.blog.co.uk/ http://menchenrechte-los-angeles.blogspot.com/ xxiv Scribd site of Human Rights Alert (NGO) http://www.scribd.com/Human_Rights_Alert xxv News sites where Human Rights Alert posts routine releases: http://www.liveleak.com/user/jz12345 http://www.examiner.com/x-38742-LA-Business-Headlines-Examiner http://pressroom.prlog.org/Human_Rights_Alert/ xxvi Online archive documenting corruption of the courts in Los Angeles County and beyond: http://inproperinla.com/ xxvii Intense interest by the Russian Republic in corruption of US courts and banking regulation: http://www.scribd.com/doc/33910548/ xxviii Blue Ribbon Review Panel Report (2006) – see (i), above.
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