CJP rents San Francisco apartments to shred Judge Complaints in Advance of Audit
San Francisco, CA- July 25, 2017 - Judicial Watch, a nonprofit watchdog that has been responsible for oversight of controversial issues including; Hillary Clinton's emails, governmental misconduct involving public funds and corrupt judges, has swung their attention to California's Courts , with the FBI, IRS and Homeland Security following right behind.
On July 25, 2017 Judicial Watch filed an Amicus Brief (friend of the court document) in a San Francisco Court involving the Commission on Judicial Performance and California's State Auditor, Elaine Howle. The court papers note the trouble the organization has had with California's Commission on Judicial Performance ( CJP) and a lack of transparency. of the disciplining of Judges in California's Court system,
Judicial Watch also supports California's State Legislature, which unanimously voted to audit the CJP, an effort the CJP has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to try to block through every legal means possible.,
Court insiders report the battle is epic, as judges circle the wagons to try to protect complaints and discipline actions once believed to be permanently confidential.
Immediately after the Amicus Brief was filed, and a number of media requests were made for an August 4, 2017 hearing in Department 302, employees were told to move the hearing, transfer the case and " stall " any inquiries from the media and public.
Victoria Henley is also reportedly hard at work shredding documents and hiding files, in addition to assuring appointments on the CJP and Judicial Council, all designed to protect the secrets of a very corrupt judiciary and a very financially desperate state court system.
Santa Clara County Presiding Judge Patricia Lucas is one such Henely appointment raising eyebrows. Lucas, who is embroiled in CJP complaints herself, recently had to beg the Judicial Council for funds to assist with the budget nightmare associated in building the county's new $283,000,000 courthouse. Lucas is also being investigated by the State Auditor for misappropriating funds and improper government employee conduct,
As Lucas was begging for more pubic funds, she was secretly raising money from the county's family lawyers through lavish parties and social events, where Lucas reportedly promised to pay back donations with fee awards benefiting firms including McManis and Faulkner, Hoge, Fenton, Jones & Appel, where the county's judges and General Counsel receive money., as reported on their disclosure documents.
Additionally, the IRS is investigating Santa Clara County court reporters for over charging clients in family law cases, and acting with bias toward
Judicial Watch turning their attention to California's Courts and Judges is bad news for corrupt lawyers and judges, who have benefited from secret courts, ex parte communications , fee charging, tax evasion, and RICO like conduct of a massive family court enterprise.
Californians who once dominated the Democratic scene welcome the intervention of Judicial Watch, noting the organization has the potential to change the landscape of California's courts just as it changed the landscape of politics across the USA after Hillary Clinton's email scandal was exposed.