Sex in the Newsroom & Courtroom is Bad for Kids
Federal investigators have seized the records of a reporter from the New York Times following an affair the reporter reportedly had with a top security aide, which may have provided critical leaks to the press. The news has rattled mainstream media, but not surprised local communities, or Q .
In the old days reporters followed the money, today they follow the sex scandal.
Female reporters now admit to being pressured by publishers and editors to get " close " to their sources, even if it meant having affairs or one-nighters. Essentially mainstream media producers and publishers became pimps to get the story.
The same scandals that ripped through college football with Jerry Sandusky , through USA Gymnastics with Larry Nassar entertainment industry with Bill Cosby and Harvey Weinstein and through politicians with Roy Moore, appears to be winding up to hit mainstream media, which is no surprise to Trump supporters. And it was moms who largely fought to bring these issues forward when reporters did not.
At the center of every scandal in recent history were lawyers, and reporters, who knew and failed to tell the public the truth.
Today good reporters know to follow the SEX, not the money, and that path is turning up problems in local communities, not just Washington.
When reporters sleep with governmental lawyers, the public is harmed and justice is not served. This is especially true when government lawyers are district attorneys who use pedophilia , child abuse and domestic violence as bargaining chips where divorce and custody cases are concerned.
Investigations are now turning to Silicon Valley, where a popular reporter from the San Jose Mercury is rumored to have had inappropriate relationships with District Attorney Jeff Rosen, and other Santa Clara County staff and lawyers.
The San Jose Mercury is being investigated for possible election tampering in the Persky recall, and hotly contested Sherriff's race.
Favors from the county to the press are not foreign. Leaked emails and text messages shows a troubling pattern that indicates a reporter from the Mercury may have given Rosen and "connected" private lawyers, including James Mc Manis and Robert Allard, favorable reporting that advanced their careers and tilted justice in high profile divorce, and custody cases. Reports may have additionally been falsely relied on by Santa Clara County's Grand Jury, where the Mercury has unfettered access and other media organizations do not.
Most alarming is that the San Jose Mercury may have been giving biased coverage of the Jeff Rosen's office based on a personal relationship one reporter with the Mercury has had with members of the DA's office. Other reporters from the Mercury who got too close to stories that would have been bad for Rosen were hired by the county and are now on the public payroll. Gaged and on the public payroll.
For over two years Q has received complaints that the Mercury has refused to cover critical issues related to the county's family courts, domestic violence and fraud.
Other reports indicate that prosecutors from the DA's office regularly use their positions to hook up on popular social media dating sites and may be trading legal favors for sex. These issues have been reported to the DA and nothing has been done.
Members of Q have regularly reported these sex scandals through anonymous tips to the county's whistleblower program, specifically to a Mr. Paul Murphy, and no internal investigations appear to have been conducted.
Now, members of Q are investigating if reporters have been involved in inappropriate relationships with Jeff Rosen that may have interfered with the election involving the recall of Judge Aaron Persky. An Anti-recall was supported with endorsements from Jeff Rosen himself and county funds appear to have been used in an effort to protect Persky over the public.
Secret Legal Fraternity Points the Way To Sex in the Newsroom & Courtroom
Few people know, and no reporters have ever reported on, the secret legal fraternity known as the : Inns of Court. This secret group holds membership of the most powerful judges and lawyers in the country and poses as a professional organization while holding social events that rival Spring Break in Ft. Lauderdale.
Photos and text messages leaked related to Inns of Court across the country show lawyers and judges holding parties and weekend retreats where alcohol abounds, sex and drugs flow freely and sex is traded for legal favors with ease. The public has been kept in the dark about these parties and the secret fraternity that would be unlawful in any other area of society.
Viral Strategy Magazine has reported a federal case has been filed related to this secret legal fraternity, arising from a mom, also a lawyer, who lost custody in her Santa Clara County divorce case.
In addition to Supreme Court Judges, Sixth District Court of Appeals and Santa Clara County judges and lawyers have also been named:
Justice Mary J. Greenwood, Justice Patricia Bamattre-Manoukian, Justice Eugene Premo, Justice Franklin Elia and Justice Adrienne Grover, and 9 judges/commissioner at Superior Court of California in Santa Clara County; Presiding Judge Patricia Lucas, Judge Rise Pichon, Judge Theodore Zayner, Judge Mary Ann Grilli, Judge Joshua Weinstein, Judge Maureen Folan, Judge Peter Kirwan, Judge Beth McGowen, Commissioner Gregory Sardivar.
As for the Superior Court of California in Santa Clara County, in addition to 8 Judges and 1 Commissioner, the Court itself, its in-house attorney Lisa Herrick, Family Court Services Director Sarah Scofield and its Screener Jill Sardeson and the Court's Appellate Unit Deputy Clerk Rebecca Delgodo and her supervisor Susan Walker are also sued as defendants. Santa Clara County Superior Court's prior CEO, and present CEO for the Orange County Court, David Yamasaki, is also sued.
High profile reporters have known about Inns of Court and improper sexual relationships involving judges and lawyers, yet buried these stories. Judges have such improper and undisclosed relationships in this county that they often inter- marry , leaving their legal wreckage for pillow talk.
This has all gone on under the supervision of Santa Clara County prosecutor charged with public integrity, John Chase, who has not only refused to investigate this conduct, Mr. Chase has been given a free pass by the San Jose Mercury as he has done so. The Mercury repeatedly provides favorable reporting to Chase, failing to note abuse of prosecutorial discretion and favoritism Chase has given local judges and lawyers.
Santa Clara County is not alone and appears to have been teaching this culture throughout California. A recent flood of complaints to Q from Monterey, Orange and Contra Costa counties are indicative of how many people may have been harmed by news organizations and sex scandals tilting justice and harming innocent women, children and families trapped in the state's probate and family courts.
Q will continue to investigate these issues as millions of children and families are being harmed by bad judges, divorce lawyers and governmental attorneys, as mainstream media appears wrapped up in their own affairs.