NCAAP wants an Apology-Family Court Victims Want More!
ABC Bay Area News with Dan Noyes investigated insensitive photos taken at a Halloween party and posted by the Judicial Council staff. A spokesperson for the JC is reported to have said the photos showed a "lack of sensitivity" on the part of court staff, who are paid with public funds to assure fair access to justice,
A "spokesperson" for Chief Justice Tani Cantil Sakayuke appears to have reported all that will happen is the photos will be taken down from the Judicial Council website , and the employees will have to take a "class". Such classes are a joke, and is usually taught by some crook just getting more public money while the justice system claims it is going broke,
In private industry these employees would be fired. So why are public funds being used to pay employees to mock our legal system and engage in conduct that is nothing short of grounds for immediate termination ?
Did the public pay for these photos? For the party? Were these the court employees family court victims claim have lost their legal paperwork, or refused to investigate bad judges? Is this the same court staff preparing documents to show California's law makers the courts need more money?
The NCAAP is demanding an apology. Q is demanding more!
Q researchers are investigating more court records and public records, an area where mainstream media has refused to go for the past 50 years.
In December 2016 - Q's undercover photographers and reporters caught judges and lawyers at a Santa Clara County Bar Association holiday luncheon on video. The video shows that during the luncheon lawyers, judges and clerks sang about all the money they steal from family court litigants, over 60% who can not afford lawyers to represent them in a divorce case.
To add insult to injury, the lunch was organized by Judge James Towery, an unethical coward who routinely violates the rights of women and children, and who consistently demonstrates bias as he presides over divorce and custody cases in Santa Clara County .
So welcome Dan Noyes, we are thrilled to have you , though you are a tad late to the party!
We demand more than an "ethics " course..