Mercury Reporter Stabbed in Willow Glen - San Jose
Weeks after the San Jose Mercury reported the San Jose Family Courthouse has ripped off California Tax Payers by $105 million bucks and ABC News investigative reporter Dan Noyes reported on bias and racism in the court's top administrators, a San Jose Mercury reporter was stabbed in the same Willow Glen neighborhood where Ray Mc Donald had his front door broken in by a San Jose Swat team in early June.
Oh Good ! We should all feel better that the San Jose Police are investigating a stabbing involving a reporter from the San Jose Mercury News . NOT!
The San Jose Police couldn't get it right TWICE when they investigated former 49er Ray McDonald in this same Willow Glen neighborhood.
Domestic Violence ? Maybe , but San Jose won't investigate that , as the San Jose family courts are the worst in the nation for prosecuting non- violent domestic violence, while letting violent rapists like McDonald off the hook, as assisted by Jeff Rosen's office and judges like James Towery.
This stabbing happened just weeks after the San Jose Mercury revealed the new Santa Clara County Family Courthouse was financially bankrupt and court reporters can no longer be afforded in civil or probate cases.
California's Courts are being sued by parents who have had children stolen and by the poor and disabled who have had their rights violated. Legal costs of the courts are also escalating as federal cases challenging how the state's overly broad use of the Vexatious Litigant Orders and Domestic Violence Protection Act, as applied in family court cases.
Lisa Herrick, the General Counsel of the Santa Clara County Court, and former partner of the corrupt law firm McManis and Faulkner , is reportedly trying to suppress information on anonymous blogs and websites that show the courts, court reporters, judges , referees , private judges and family law attorneys are engaged in actual criminal conduct that could cost the state billions in lost federal funding.
Brave reporters and journalists who cover the courts may pay dearly with loss of access, lost of freedom and loss of life as the corruption in California's courts begins to be exposed.
#journalismmatters is a social media hash tag raging in all communities, as people begin to realize the value of reporting, even when that reporting attacks secret courts and corrupt people running them.