WARNING- WARNING -WARNING: Security Breaches Expose Private Offices of Lawyers Brad Baugh, Debra Crawford, Mark Erickson, Elise Mitchell, Tom Tuttle, Bob Blevans, Richard Roggia, Valerie Tarvin, Nat Hales, Walter Hammon, Rebekah Frye, Nancy Perkovich and David Weinberg- Documents Leaked. Secret Files Expose Cash Bribes to Judges. Confidential Emails Leaked. Private Social Security Numbers and Confidential Files have been COMPROMISED. (photo at left - Unsecured files in offices of Bradford Baugh)
SEPTEMBER 1, 2017- CALIFORIA STATE BAR HAS AMITTED to releasing private information, social security numbers and information claimed to be confidential and protected by litigation privilege that exposes hundreds of lawyers, private citizens and businesses to harm. The Bar has not reported the release as required by law.
At the same time The Bar exposes private citizens, family law attorney Brad Baugh's offices have been compromised and his email servers exposed and private information and files in cases where Mr. Baugh acted as a private judge, minors counsel and nefarious family law lawyer has resulted in massive leaks compromising confidential information of Silicon Valley's largest community property estates and tech firms. Litigants involved in the Wahl, Garbe, Cheriton, Bassi , Brooks, Woodward, Lynch, Berg and Burch cases are reported to be attempting to determine how Mr. Baugh's negligence has harmed them .
Private citizens who have been secretly recording Kangaroo Courts held by private judges, referees and unscrupulous lawyers in cases involving David Weinberg, Tom Tuttle, Valerie Houghton, Bradford Baugh, Richard Roggia, James McManis, Marilyn Mereno, Hector Mereno, Robert Allard, Rebekah Frye, Walter Hammon, Elise Mitchell, Mark Erickson, Robert Allard, James Mc Manis, Lisa Herrick, Nat Hales, James Cox, Nancy Perkovich, Bob Blevans and Diana Richmond show that lawyers in the State of California have been stealing children, community property and child support funds while paying cash bribes to superior court family law judges, custody experts and accountants in order to buy verdicts and outcomes in divorce and custody cases.
Five years of secret interviews, leaked files and court records that were concealed by dirty lawyers, custody experts and CPAs are being sent to ABC News, NBC Investigative reporters and will be covered in the first ever print and online new source - Ex Parte.
Stories of children like Emilee being taken from her protective mother and men who were robbed of their children for no reason other than greed and corruption will be exposed.
Good court reporters, court clerks and litigants who are sickened by what the legal system has imposed on families and children have risen up and persisted to get these stories told.
Business men and women who have had their businesses threatened by private and superior court family law judges operating mafia like rings of lawyers and judges who pocket $10,000 for fees to do nothing while earning over $500,000 to get families divorced are being exposed and blamed for pressure on watchdog agencies including the State Bar and Commission on Judicial Performance.
For over 30 years parents have been picketing courthouses, blogging and sending desperate pleas for help to police officers, lawyers, judges, senators, congress, and reporters. Their pleas have been ignored and a Code of Silence has kept the public in the dark. Until now.
For the past five years a small group of court reform advocates have been complaining to California's State Bar, exposing the impotent Commission on Judicial Performance and sending stories to mainstream press outlets.
Investigative reporters from the San Francisco Chronicle, New York Times and Washington Post, ABC, NBC and Fox News are now listening will run investigative series covering Family Courts. Ex Parte Media, a new print and online media source, will focus entirely on family court issues, and begins publishing in October 2017.
Remember to thank the press outlets covering these issues, and if you are able , send support to Ex Parte Media to help with this bold new project that can truly help expose the impact the Family Court Crisis has on society.
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