Santa Clara County Politicians Dave Cortese and Cindy Chavez Tied to Sex Trafficking in Family Court Cases
After months of sifting through documents reportedly left at a Catholic high school by Silicon Valley divorce attorney Elise Mitchell, it appears attorneys Heather Allan, Nicole Ford, BJ Fadem, Jessica Huey, Irwin Joseph, Michael Smith, John Schroder, James Cox and Nat Hales have spent the past 2 decades using a complex money laundering scheme to traffic children through Silicon Valley's family courthouses. Pedophiles are paying top dollar for white affluent children at the center of a divorce or custody case. Court CEO Rebecca Fleming and David Yamasaki appear to be the linchpin of the operations.
The enterprise appears to be expanding to Contra Costa, Santa Cruz and Orange Counties through court staff, judges and administrators.
CAPTURING CHILDREN & MONEY LAUNDERING
By including workers from CPS and Family Court Services, and gaining cooperation from court appointed experts including Matthew Sullivan, Leslie Packer, Valerie Houghton, Ken Perlmutter, John Orlando and Michael Kerner, the enterprise has thrived for the past two decades.
The players are different in every county, but the enterprise is easily detected with the assistance of documents and secret recordings parents have been collecting over the past three years.
Secret recordings made at a recent " Power Lunch " appear to implicate Santa Clara County Supervisor Cindy Chavez, Dave Cortese and employees in the DA's office in RICO activity that sells children to abusers and pedophiles, White children raised in Silicon Valley's elite neighborhoods bring as much as $1 million to the enterprise in the form of cash and loan payoffs on real estate transactions. Attorney Sharon Roper has recently been selling properties as a temporary judge in a manner that has poured over $100 million dollars into the enterprise to strengthen and expand the operation.
Family courts are often a source of strife in a child's life. Family Court Services and CPS social workers appear to have been using divorce and custody cases to identify children with the potential for being trafficked without detection. High conflict custody cases often lead to children " running away" , or so the public is told. In fact these children are taken in through religious organizations, or non- profits assured funding by local politicians, only to disappear as a " nanny" or child needing placement in foster care managed by the county.
Payments recorded in leaked documents put Judges Stuart Scott, James Towery, Judge Roberta Hayashi, and Joshua Weinstein at the center of the corruption. Court appointments made by these judges correlate to cases where parents are placed on supervised visitation, children are sent to reunification camps, and foster care programs are introduced once children have been isolated from " problematic parents".
Judges are issuing Domestic Violence Restraining Orders to keep these parents permanently from their own children. These orders often label a parent as " abusive " or " crazy" to justify the orders.
The Mitchell documents tie divorce and custody cases to the enterprise, where judges appoint lawyers to represent children, or act as private judges, where the enterprise can be further secreted. The documents show Judge Joshua Weinstein has been issuing appointments directly and indirectly as he prepares to leave the bench and go into private judging where other judges will regular appoint him to divorce and custody cases with the most money, real estate and children. The Mitchell documents appear to indicate that in the average middle class divorce case minor's counsel are assured appointments with $10,000 retainers, and private judges earn up to $200,000 in fees.
Buyers of the children appear to be hiring young women to work as a nanny, and young boys are promised scholarships and internships as a cover. In fact these children have reported they are essentially groomed to perform sex acts.
One young woman described her experiences in family court where she was told her protective mother was alienating her from her father. The father then got fully custody and went on to rape his own daughter several times a week. When she tried to go to doctors or teachers for help, she was returned to her father.
The lawyer appointed to represent this women during her parent's divorce case, only met with the young client once, but continued to represent to the court the girl did not want to see her mother. The girl repeatedly heard her father on the phone with the lawyer demanding recommendations to the court that would maintain his custody position.
The young woman noted that her brother was sent to live with a man who suddenly gave her father a home after the family home had been sold in the divorce to pay all the lawyers. The girl was told her brother was " working " for a Silicon Valley tech executive, she has had no contact with him for the past five years.
The Mitchell documents indicate affluent white children bring millions to judges, lawyers and others acting in Silicon Valley's family courts.
Local politicians know what this sex trafficking enterprise is doing and refuses to act in order to assure their reelection. Dave Cortese, a Santa Clara County supervisor is running for California's state senate in 2020. Mr. Cortese has reportedly been told he will have the powerful support of the Catholic church and support of the state's judges in return for his silence.