Parents Unable to See Their Children Fight Back in Public Comment During Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors Meeting
Scott the Protestor hasn't seen his daughter in two years. This separation has been due to the child's mother refusing to comply with Judge Greenwood's orders, which appears to be tolerated by District Attorney Jeff Rosen.
Scott's ex may have bought her way into getting out of Greenwood's orders by hiring attorney Heather Allan, one of several Santa Clara County family law attorneys being investigated by the State Bar for Antitrust activity that serves to deprive residents of honest legal services, and fair rulings in their custody and divorce cases.
Ironically, Judge Greenwood, a former public defender was just elevated to the Sixth District Court of Appeal, taking over for disgraced serial sexual harasser Judge Conrad Rushing.
Scott has been calling out lawyers, judges and others not doing their job in public comment for nearly two years, since the county took his motor home in a pre- Super bowl sweep, designed to cleanse the image of the county's 49er NFL football team.
Sheriff Smith, the county's top cop told Scott not to worry about not seeing his daughter , telling Scott, "she is too young to remember the lost time".
Not making sure children are allowed to have meaningful relationships with their children. Scott, like others, have faced harsh retaliation for activism that threatens to expose court intervention in domestic violence, custody of children and fraud in child support matters where the county's Department of Child Support Services and District Attorney's office receive special favors from elected politicians and private lawyers to NOT investigate certain cases.
Scott the Protestor remains undeterred in fighting to see his child while speaking up for others similarly situated. In speaking up Scott has become a social media hero for those who can not.
The videos he makes documenting his experience are his effort to use Free Speech to pushback and expose improper governmental activity. The video of the Sheriffs retaliating against him for speaking out against Judge Stuart Scott sending the police to his home after Scott was reported to have been court watching and trying to file a CJP complaint leads the list of one of many videos of Scott the Protestor flying around social media.
At a Santa Clara County Public Safety and Justice Committee Meeting in March, lead by Supervisor Mike Wasserman, Scott called out the county's presiding judge, Patricia Lucas. Scott has repeatedly used his public comments to document that Judge Lucas, the county's most powerful judge, is regularly late to county meetings, despite all the perks she earns to make sure she gets to those meetings on time.
Lucas is also reportedly being investigated for misusing court staff and resources, in a manner that is downright criminal. She may have been blocking family law appeals to keep a clean record of family law judges that include Mary Ann Grilli, James Towery, Stuart Scott, Margret Johnson, Maureen Folan. Judges Rudy and Huber, also appear to be in on the game of awarding the largest attorney fee awards in the state to a handful of lawyers acting as a Silicon Valley Gang. Public lawyers from the DA's office appear in on the game as well, where Jeff Rosen throws cases and rigs outcomes to benefit those lawyers.
Lucas is additionally charged with allowing local lawyers from the Santa Clara County Bar Association to freely use the public courthouse during court business hours, while locking out the public.
In the meantime, Lucas has been charging lawyers from Asian and out- of- area Bar Associations to use the courthouse, conduct that fails to demonstrate neutrality and that fuels a cronyism that has overtaken Santa Clara County's family law and criminal justice community.
Lucas, who reportedly received personal bribes and kickbacks along with former court CEO Yamasaki when the new Santa Clara County Courthouse was built, has been hiding out from public meetings, or arriving late to miss public comment when her efforts to legally harass and threaten those speaking out failed.
Many in the community hope that Judge Greenwood's presence in the Sixth District will serve to explode the culture that allows parents and lawyers to use children as weapons in order to make more money out of divorce and custody cases.