As Silicon Valley is abuzz this holiday season reconstructing Donald Trump's win in the recent Presidential election, and how a Trump presidency could impact the legal system , most are aware of the media's major miss on Bill Cosby's sexual abuse history which exploded along side public outrage over Judge Persky's sentencing of Stanford rapist Brock Turner.
Jane and John Q are ramping up this holiday season speculating how Silicon Valley court cases might impact a 2020 Presidential Election.
In Palo Alto Stanford University students and alum wondered how an election pitting two of there own; David Cheriton v. Michele Dauber would play out. .
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Meanwhile Contra Costa's legal community pondered which witch could take a 2020 female token nomination, pitting Keri Evilsizor against Lisa Pott, or Angelina Jolie with back up positions floated for Secretary of State or appointments to the Santa Clara County family court bench or administrative jobs.
Silicon Valley HR and PR consultants are giddy over the possible political twists that could manipulate public trust in the judiciary by making appointees focus on text messaging security and cyberbullying laws with strategic appointments that could be supported with large campaign contributions from Silicon Valley icons such as Netflix.
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Silicon Valley's legal community is reported to be running algorithms for outcomes with Bill Cosby , Stanford Rapist Brock Turner, and former 49er Ray McDonald candidates running against Judge Persky, or Judge Mills, additional variables include local Judges Mary Ann Grilli , Rise Jones- Pichon, Vincent Chiarello and James Towery, widely known as the most morally and ethically compromised judicial child abusers in California's family court cases.
Jane and John Q do admit to having insider information and an incredibly tenacious group of investigators, researchers and contributors, but it doesn't take ethically challenged rocket scientists or tech titans to see how America's courts, operated in American communities like Silicon Valley have fostered a path right to the White House's front door.
As Silicon Valley's media contemplates the rage over Judge Persky's ruling in the Brock Turner Stanford rape case, a few are beginning to pay any attention to the women and children victims of former 49er Ray Mc Donald or Stanford Billionaire Professor David Cheriton and countless other victims who have been silenced by a more than questionable Santa Clara County court system.
As Stanford academics debated the impact of Professor Michele Duaber dedicating all of her academic collateral to get Judge Persky recalled, many wonder about the lack of ability of Stanford's legal community to shed light on judges awarding custody to known alcoholics, child abusers and thief's , with known ethics violations swirling. .
We tolerate outlandish conduct in nearly every aspect of our modern lives. Our press chases the nation's headlines sensations, while they ignore local stories that eclipse those of much greater significance to communities throughout Silicon Valley.
As the John Q staff wondered what a 2020 Presidential Election might look like , they had to look no further than Contra Costa , Santa Clara, Sacramento and San Mateo family courts , where long lines, missing paperwork and ethically challenged judges are elected or appointed in family law cases as a matter of routine. .