What does a jailhouse snitch have in common with a divorce attorney? The FBI and reporters at Orange County Register are investigating that very question in a collaborative investigation of Orange County family and criminal courts.
In late 2016 Santa Clara County helped smuggle several snitches out of state in an effort to cover up crimes committed by police officers all over the state of California.
As early as 1994 , district attorney Tony Rackauckas obtained jailhouse and courthouse recordings that documented some of the worst crimes committed by cops and lawyers acting in the local courts. Cops who raped victims and kids, judges who sodomized little boys and elaborate networks of divorce lawyers, cops, judges and custody evaluators who trafficked children into sex slavery or abusive homes for some of the wealthiest families in California. The recordings were even used to prosecute Santa Clara County DA Alan Nudelman who attempted to prosecute a cop for raping his partner. The recordings also exposed what was happening in divorce cases involving Facebook, Oracle, Google and Yahoo executives where hundreds of millions of dollars were paid to lawyers and private judges, as mainstream media informally placed a blackout on covering these cases.
By the early 2000s the a criminal enterprise had expanded into Silicon Valley and signs of that enterprise were largely ignored. A young mother working for Oracle jumped to her death because of her divorce, and no media covered it. Another mother could not afford to pay to fight to protect her daughter from an abusive father, and no media would cover it. That father later drugged, raped and killed his own daughter and cops in the San Joaquin Valley just watched as many were involved in similar crimes themselves.
Wives married to men trafficking drugs as was exposed by San Jose Mercury Reporter Gary Webb in the 1990s were screaming for attention, and no media covered it. Much of this was captured on the Rackauckas recordings, that until now remained largely a secret.
By 2016 court clerk David Yamasaki was operating a machine of corruption that took homes from families, traded children in custody battles and charged fees and fines to the poorest of families as he built an empire that no state agency or law enforcement agency would touch. Then he moved to Orange County in 2017 and started it there.
This time, there is a new DA in town. Todd Spitzer won the 2018 election for district attorney and sent former DA Tony Rackauckas packing, Then Spitzer got to work hiring an elite team to uncover the people behind the snitch scandal, and to investigate claims made on social media about the county's family courts.
This website has been an important part of that investigation. Reporters from Orange County are asking for more information. Currently being investigated are divorce attorneys Tom Tuttle, Keith Dolnick, David Weinberg, and CPA Drew Hunt who is said to have rigged accountings in order to help sex and drug trafficking enterprises in divorce and custody cases. Rebecca Bailey. PhD and unlicensed reunification camps torturing children by court orders are a top priority in the investigation.
FBI INVESTIGATION : OPERATION BROKEN HEART
Grand Juries and FBI investigators monitoring social media sites connected to this blog are asking for your help. They are asking for court documents, names, and photos to support their investigation. While this investigation was brought to the FBI and DOJ by newly elected Orange County DA Todd Spitzer , the investigation has now been opened to include Santa Clara, Contra Costa, Napa, Solano, and Sacramento counties.
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Contra Costa's Grand Jury began interviewing people associated on social media who gathered for a May 2018 protest. Testifying before the grand jury several residents reported horrific stories involving Child Protective Services and Family Court Services where court executives including David Yamasaki have been the masterminds and architects.
Funding what is certainly a criminal enterprise are court reporters who prepare transcripts and only accept attorney trust account checks or cash payments, bailiffs who transfer cash to lawyers and judges in courtrooms without detection and litigants who pay with traveler's checks, Bitcoin and other currency that is being converted to pay off the mortgages on the homes of judges and other elected officials.
Most scandalous are the reunification camps operated by Dr. Rebecca Bailey where court ordered payments send children into what is essentially concentration camps costing divorcing parents $40,000 or more. Bailey's program weaponizes children for wealthy abusers. Children are reporting being tortured until they agree to live with an abusive parent and reject the parent, usually a mother, trying to protect the child.
Bailey's contact are also appearing on leaked papers and accountings known as the Mitchell papers. Information from those papers show Bailey worked with lawyers appointed in divorce cases and government lawyers to cover up large sex trafficking rings that kicked off perks of sexual favors to cops and judges.
If you suspect your divorce lawyer or former spouse could be involved in sex or drug trafficking and you are facing retaliation and abuse in the courts, please contact us immediately at: CalJohnQPublic@gmail.com or contact the Orange County Register and ask to speak to any reporter working on this story with District Attorney Todd Spitzer.
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