State Bar Hack Linked to District Attorney Cryptocurrency Accounts and Stanford University Professor Michele Dauber
California District Attorney and Police Cryptocurrency Accounts Tied to Judges, Divorce Lawyers and Family Court Case Rigging Scheme
As Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen created a diversion for media and public attention with criminal charges filed against the Sheriff's Department in connection to a CCW gun permit bribery scheme, his own Victim Services Director, Kasey Halcon and close ally, retired Los Gatos Police Chief Scott Seaman, left the data door open to confidential victim information, and cryptocurrency accounts linking payments to the DA, and other elected officials, with divorce lawyers involved in a scheme to rig divorce cases throughout California. The goal, to convert home equity and private business assets for their own personal profits.
Hackers and digital activists accessing information through open digital doors obtained cryptocurrency account information from nearly 250,ooo California licensed attorneys, their clients and employers. Doors left open by corrupt or incompetent private and government lawyers provided opportunities to scrap phone records, social media postings, expense reports, banking information and court files, The activists collected evidence that shows district attorneys, police officers, local politicians, public court judges, divorce lawyers and real estate brokers connected to a forum shopping and case rigging scheme involving the state's most powerful individuals.
Cases at the center of the scheme involve domestic violence, real estate fraud and child abuse connected to some of the most powerful individuals in the state. These cases were handled in secret, as courts concealed dockets from public view. Clients willing to pay a hefty price got PR firms working overtime to cover up a history of crimes and corrupt acts, including domestic violence. The information obtained from the open hack exposes state bar employees, and investors in Alden Capital and Berkshire Hathaway affiliates including Intero and Coldwell Banker Real Estate Brokers.
During the 2020- 2022 pandemic, digital doors left open by bar attorneys Vanessa Holton, Leah Wilson, Suzanne Grandt, and Steve Mazer, linked to accounts of LA attorney Sheri Eisner, Christopher Melcher, Laura Wasser, Lisa Meyers and San Jose paralegal Josephine Care, which allowed hackers to scrape confidential information handled in mediation, arbitration and private judge cases managed by JAMS, ADR Services, and Signature Resolution. The scrape also revealed JAMS and state bar connections to " The Family" an elite group of newspaper men and lawyers including Alden Capital investors and Dan Pulcrano, an independent publisher admittedly connected to sex trafficking scandals linked to BackPage.com and Match. com.
Digital doors, not secured by proper cybersecurity protections, provided paths to confidential records and court recordings made by divorce lawyers and private businesses including Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Blue Jeans during the pandemic. Private platforms operated by these businesses allowed hackers to access financial and trade secret information, private medical data and faces appearing in legal proceedings. Data from the scraps were packaged and offered for purchase on cryptocurrency accounts to high bidders through divorce lawyers and private businesses that have an interest in information the data can offer.
DNA from rape SART kits and taken in DUI criminal cases were added to facial and voice recognition packages funded by Google, Facebook and other Silicon Valley companies connected to Netflix and the Los Angeles entertainment industry through Lou Taylor, the manager for Britney Spears during her 13-year conservatorship case.
The scheme operated around family law cases show public court judges Monica Wiley (San Francisco) James Towery (Santa Clara), Brenda Penny (LA), , Erick Larch (Orange County), and 2018 Governor Jerry Brown appointee Judge Jeremy Dolnick quickly came on the crypto payroll for referrals to reunification camps , orders for family homes to be sold using Intero Real Estate services, and orders to pay supervised visitation centers where the racketeers held a financial interest that paid out in cryptocurrency to avoid taxes, reporting and conflict disclosures.
DDA Cindy Hendrickson, who replaced Judge Aaron Persky following a recall campaign organized by Stanford Law professor Michele Dauber and Women's March Founder Jennifer Higgins Bradanini , has been, banking $500K or more a year form crypto payments paid out to her adult children, and contacts in charities purportedly serving victims of domestic violence in Santa Clara, Sacramento and Orange Counties. These payments appear to indicate a pattern of kickbacks for appointing attorneys appointed as private judges, or minors counsel, thereby getting domestic violence claims removed from public courts.
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Crypto payments linked to Judge and Local Elections
Data scrapped from cryptocurrency transactions show that in addition to case rigging, California's local elections were tainted by undisclosed payments involving political campaigns connected to Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer and Tony Rackauckas, as well as campaigns tied to Los Angeles Mayor Ed Garcetti.
In the north, payments tainted elections of San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo, Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen. Santa Clara mayor Lisa Gillmor, Santa Clara mayor Lisa Gillmor, Los Gatos mayor Marico Sayoc, County Accessor Larry Stone and Sacramento District Attorney Ann Marie Schubert who has made no secret of wanting to become the state's Attorney General prior to Gavin Newsom appointing Rob Bonta.
The highest crypto payments were seen in the accounts belonging to Stanford Law professor Michele Dauber and political activist Jennifer Higgins Bradanini. The duo harnessed 2017 #Metoo voters to elevate their own power after the June 5, 2018 recall of Judge Aaron Persky,.
That election opened the door for Dauber and Higgins to get in on the divorce case rigging scheme after the candidate they supported, DDA Cindy Hendrickson. landed in family court hearing domestic violence cases after Judge Persky was recalled.
The Dauber - Higgins Bradanini duo also used the recall to endear themselves with journalists, editors and publishers in the state willing to publish articles of women reporting abuse involving men Dauber and Bradanini targeted long before the women came forward.
Digital data suggests pay offs in 2018 and 2021 made to and from judges, lawyers, politicians and powerful executives sent $1,000,000 in crypto payments to secret the Bradanini divorce case during the recall. Payments assured the case was set before James Towery, who assured Bradanini favorable treatment so as to not upset women voters as Towery faced re- election himself in 2020.The payments were arranged and moved on accounts belonging to Jeff Rosen and Karyn Sinunu Towery, the prosecutor who brought Jeff Rosen to the county back in 1995.
Board of Education insider, Caludia Rossi reported, Bradanini and Dauber didn't want a personal divorce case to derail momentum in the Persky recall campaign. Additional payments were made in 2020 after Bradanini struck and killed Tim Starkey on Blossom Hill Road in Los Gatos as she was running for San Jose City Council, and the local district attonrney offered her a sweet plea deal that came complete with no jail time so she could get back to business with Michele Dauber as the next election cycle began to heat up.
Less than 2 years after the Los Gatos Blossom Hill Road Murder, Bradanini is back using her "skills" targeting politicians, celebrities and judges to join the racketeering enterprise, or to face cancel culture. She and Dauber control many false narratives through newspapers owned by Dan Pulcrano, Alden Capital, San Jose Spotlight, and social media campaigns funded on Facebook through "Enough is Enough"., which is largely funded with PAC money coming from out of state.
Dauber and Bradanini crafted an "in" with Alden Capital's San Jose Mercury, San Jose Inside and San Jose Spotlight, whose board member, Perla Rodriquez, and Democratic leader Steve Preminger work to advance politically motivated hit pieces in Silicon Valley, with an eye to expanding in Orange County based on the void left by Voice of OC, funded initially by Thomas Girardi and his closest allies.
Jennifer Higgins, whose criminal probation is winding down, recently took on her first mission, the political taking down of Match.com founder Gary Kremen. This was a warmup to other political targets based on crypto payments to Dauber amounting to $1 million in 2022 alone. Up next on Dauber's list is Dominic Caserta, on the way to LA, where Higgins Bradanini is now working for a " movie distributor" , for Solita Productions.
San Jose Spotlight board member Perla Rodriguez and Los Aneles - Orange County divorce rigging lawyers Christopher Melcher, Lisa Meyers, Laura Wasser and Nicole Schmidt work with PR firms to hide domestic violence by scrubbing news reports from the internet and getting favorable reporting from local journalists.
Before running for San Jose City Council, Rolando Bonilla's history of domestic violence, alleged by his first wife, Jennifer, with whom Rolando had a child, was scrubbed from old San Francisco Examiner news articles. Additionally, Perla Rodriguez worked to assure the deadbeat dad and abusive husband left no negative online footprint, but got favorable coverage from San Jose Spotlight similar to what was seen as Higgins Bradanini ran for city council while facing felony manslaughter charges.
Crypto Account Payments Cover Up Crimes
A media investigation has revealed crimes secreted in divorce cases with correlating payments to local District Attorneys, judges , police officers, elected politicians and reporters willing to report favorably in a manner that conceals crimes exposed in family court. are linked to the connections in cryptocurrency accounts cross referenced with phone records that indicate payments consistent with public corruption. The rolling list will be connected to pages on this site as information can be published: