FAMILY COURTS, CA - Judge Bruce Mills, the man who terrorized people in Contra Costa family and criminal court has gone missing according to Nick Cantrell of the East Bay Times.
Court insiders speculate Judge Mills' body is buried deep at sea on orders of controversial probate Judge Edward Weil, appellate court Judge Humes and presiding judges Jill Fannin and Patricia Lucas, who are covering up judge crimes that include everything from fraud and misuse of judicial powers, to flagrant sexual harassment and pedophilia.
Tireless parents, picketers and protestors say they are not giving up on removing unethical judges and lawyers from the state's family courts, and Judge Mills is just the first to fall.
Santa Clara County has seen a ramping up of the "disgruntled", "crazy" and "discredited" litigants who have lost their children, their property and their dignity merely because corrupt judges including Drew Takaichi, James Towery , Stuart Scott, Vincent Chiarello and Arraon Persky toss their power (and libido) around like confetti at a Cold Play Concert in Levi Stadium.
Judge Vincent Chiarello killed Alisa Mesiti and picketing parents are demanding something be done about it.
Drew Takaichi and Aaron Persky have also been documented using their judicial powers to steal children and send them to live with pedophiles, while good father's were ignored and condemned to pay support for children they were not allowed to see.
Mothers and female lawyers have tolerated sexual harassment, abuse and domestic violence that judges in Santa Clara County laugh about at holiday parties and in local bars and brothels, hosted by the Santa Clara County Bar Association.
Picketing and protesting is now regularly occurring in Santa Clara County outside the sparking new courthouse, as Sheriff Laurie Smith is impotent when it comes to having her flunky cops (deputy Swenson) serve picketers with Judge Lucas' faux orders.
Protestors have been heard shouting: "Lucas can wipe her ass her fake orders", that most say violate the most basic First Amendment Rights.
Di9vorce attorneys in Santa Clara are watching in horror as the picketing reflects uprising seen in 1997, which demanded the removal of Judge Stewart from the bench and that brought heightened scrutiny to attorney misconduct in family law cases, where 90% of people are involuntarily forced to represent themselves because they cannot afford a lawyer.
Santa Clara County will continue to welcome protestors every Tuesday morning from 9- noon, until the children and money are returned.
On Tuesday, May 8th a giant protest and march organized by victims of rouge CPS workers and corrupt family court judges will bring press out in Contra Costa County, where mothers, fathers and grandparents will continue to demand change in California's Family Courts. Email us for details !