Invitation To Sacrmento Inns Of Court
When Yolo County Tik Tok Divorce Attorney Brian Pakpour accepted an invitation to attend a Sacramento America's Inns of Court meeting, he connected to the inner circles of the Sacramento court corruption with area judges and lawyers. That one evening linked the Tik Tok lawyer to Santa Clara County prosecutor Jay Boyarasky who assured the invitation in order to scrape Geo Tags and phone data that connects Pakpour to the largest public court corruption investigation in California's history.
The scrapping of Pakpour's data footprint linked him to a money laundering scheme operating in Santa Clara and Sacramento courts through a domestic violence charities known as WEAVE and WOMENSV.
At the forefront of the scheme are Santa Clara court attorneys Lisa Herrick and Fariba Soroosh who have been working pocket probate, custody and divorce cases with private lawyers Nicole Ford, Elise Mitchell, Heather Allan, Jim Hoover, Walter Hammon and BJ Fadem, for over a decade.
Data Footprints of Ms. Soroosh and Ms. Herrick appear to indicate how dark money has moved in and aroound divorce, probate and custody matters in California for the past 20 years and in secret accounts not controlled by regulated banks.