Secret recordings and files from divorce lawyers offices throughout the state show that divorce attorney and attorney educator Garrett Dailey has been training divorce lawyers how to uphold appeals and screw over their former spouses.
This book is used as the divorce attorney bible. It sets forth how spouses can hide money, mistresses and income to get out of paying a former spouse.
Setting up post office boxes to redirect mail, accessing medical information and deep fakes, all part of the scheme California divorce lawyers cash in on in pre divorce case tactics.
Pre- divorce attorneys take large sums of money as retainers and use trust accounts to hold settlement money for clients until after a divorce. It is the playbook used by those with enough money to pay lawyers to use it during a divorce case.
Attorneys Michele Dauber, Lisa Bloom, Gloria Allred, Brad Baugh, Christina Adames, Nicole Ford, BJ Fadem, Heather Allan, Laura Wasser and Christopher Melcher have been secretly running an Escort Service, whose biggest investors are clients of attorneys Thomas Girardi and Jack Trotter.
The Business, Pretty Women, owned by shareholders in JAMS, and held in offshore accounts controlled by Alden Capital uses OnlyFans and Craiglist to recruit talent for California's most exclusive communities. This "talent" doubles as a domestic help and nanny referral services operating through a network of autobody shops that serve as a front for private security and tranportation companies that provide secondary employment through Santa Clara and San Jose Police Departments as arranged by Tyson Green and Sean Prichard.
Talent is also used for Honey Pot operations and to run charity auctions in Silicon Valley. Auctions by invitation only. These charity aucitions held at the Los Altos, Los Gatos and San Jose Country Clubs fuel a modern day mob connected to divorce and probate cases tied to wealthy families in California.
Nicole Ford, along with attorney Christopher Melcher used Pretty Women for a Honey Pot operation trafficking women and children in San Mateo, Santa Clara, Alameda and Sacramento Counties for Silicon Valley tech and social media executives as Ford and Melcher killed domestic violence and civil harrassment claims for the most influential executives in Silicon Valley and Hollywood.
Ford uses Yolo County divorce lawyer Brain Pakpour and Weave in Davis /Sacramento to get to wealthy Democratic policians.
In San Jose Ford refers transgender attorney BJ Fadem to bring in kids for Silicon Valley immigrants willing to pay for children and domestic help.
Brad Baugh, Christina Adames, Michelle Hales, BJ Fadem, Nicole Ford, Jessica Huey, Ward Penfold and Laura Wasser are attorneys known for arranging payments to black market doctors willing to perform plastic surgery on children and young women to meet the sexual desires of clients willing to fund trafficking services arranged by private tranportation companies and assured by orders of California's public and private judges.
WomenSV in Los Altos, sollects cash at charity aucitons where Ruth Patrick Darlene arranges buyers and sellers of California's escort, nanny and domestic services in Santa Clara, San Mateo, and Orange County.
In Orange County Ford connects to Keith Dolnick for the private investment in reunificaiton camps and therapy used to groom young women and children to be traffcked to the highest bidders throughout the country.
In Los Angeles, Nicole Ford works the dark network that connects to Christopher Melcher and attorney Reid Breitman to a dark Southern California real estate market fuled by Hollywood and linked to Silicon Valley.
When a judge appoints a lawyer for children in their parents' divorce, it just might be someone like Jessica Huey, and there is little that can be done about it, she has immunity given by the judge who appoints her. Parents will have to pay her bills, no matter what is charged. Huey's close relationship with judges and attorney Thomas Girardi keeps her flush with cash and plastic surgery kickbacks.
Huey is part of a group of lawyers involved in California's family court Ponzi scheme designed to steal family assets and move children into costly escort businesses or for hire as nannies and domestic help. Family court provides a steady flow of canidates and minor's counsel appointments are a big part of it .
Outwardly she is the loyal mother and attorney who only has an occassional glass of wine. But recently Huey was recruited for a racket that involves drugging and stealing children. She is a " groomer" an attorney who is appointed to represent children , where she gets to bill hundreds of thousands of dollars to do nothing but assist in removing one parent from her small client's lives. The step down gets a parent put on supervised vistitation, which brings in cash for lawyer and judge investors.
Huey was rewarded with plastic surgery deals from Thomas Girardi himself. Huey was nicknamed Thunder Thighs by the enterprise given the area she said she wanted plastic surgery on.
Huey will not help children she is charged to represent, Once connected to these gangs of lawyers and judges, it is about brining money in to the enterprise to keep a legal career alive.
To do that, these lawyers are willing to drug kids and remove their support networks, making them more vulnerable. They will miss school and fall behind in their work when they do, Unable to go to college, Huey and others move them to a different future .
That future involves playing nanny , housekeeper or garderner for the clients willing to pay the enterpise. Sex is expected, drugs are required and when protective parents and family members are removed from the picture, it makes it easier.
Following an appearance at California's Judicial Council, San Joaquin County Judge Robin Appel was invited to a secret dinner club in San Jose by Judge Patricia Lucas , the presiding judge of Santa Clara County who doubled as a legal advisor for California's court adminstrators.
When Appel appeared at Three Flames in San Jose, she was instantly recruited to a network of lawyers, judges, reporters, therapists and cops connected to California's family courts that operates underground and through a dark money market. The enterprise is known for moving drugs and kids up and down the state when their parents are involved in a divorce, and one parent is hiding sexual abuse, or fraud. These are the clients willing to pay anything to silence a former spouse and their children.
As part of the recruitment process, the lawyers and judges promised Appeal media coverage in the Daily Journal and newpapers owned by Alden Capital. She would be given awards from the local bar, the gateway to future employment at JAMS or ADR Services ,
Once retired from San Joaquin's family court,. Appel was promised 20 times the income she could as a public court judge. Until that day, Appel was to award attorneys for lawyers connected to the local bar fees. Fees must be awarded in a manner that could not be reversed on appeal. Once she had brought in over $10 million to lawyers , veried for orders to pay trust accounts, or billing statements approved for lawyers acting in her through court appointments, the dream job as private judge would be hers.
The fastest way to earn the money was to sell family homes and give lawyers the equity. As a family court judge, Appel could also appoint lawyers and threrapists referring therapty and reunification camps for kids in welathy families. Appel reportedly agreed to do her part to increase busienss that operated outside of the court in San Jaoquin, overlaping with networks in the Sacramento to the north connected to attorneys Nancy Perkovich and Paula Salinger, and to the south in Modesto as connected to attorney Tom Hogan., who provides payments to the district attorney's office.
Insiders at the schools where Appel's daughters, Sarah and Rachel, attend note Appel repeatedly used her position as a judge to access information about the families involved in family law cases to access. Appel used connections inside the school to alter the files of students to benefit the parent able to pay the network the most money.
San Joaquin County family law attorneys Diane Butler and Lisa Theissen were recruited by Appel to the enterprise and to bring Appel business as a private judge. These valley lawyers trained with lawyers in Contra Costa and Santa Clara through a network firmly established by Phil Stal and Lynn Steinberg whose domain is Arizona and Southern California, largely Los Angeles and Orange County. Steinberg scored the Britney Spears conservatorship gig , the higest earning case seen in LA.
For their part, Butler and Theirssen have tapped into drug rings connected through therapists Jann Blacksotne, John Page and Marcia Clark.. The rings run from Humbolt County and down into San Jose and LA where drugs are moved to vulnerable kids placed in foster care by CPS, or reunification camps because of high asset parents involved in a divorce.
Attorneys John Conway and Rebekha Frye in San Jose and Los Gatos, are known to supplying kids drugs through lawyers appointed in their parents divorce. Conway's clients are active in the cannibis industry where they have access to large sums of untrackable cash.
Cash is deposited to attorney IOLTA trust accounts where it can be used to pay off cops, judges and theraptists willing to write reports for winning cusotdy of kids at the center of their parents' divorce.
The more absuive the parent, and the more they have to hide, the more the clients pay to the underground network using attorney trust accounts to move the money without IRS oversight.
A paralegal working for Butler stated, 'They know the IRS and the bar won't do anything, so it has become the wild west and children are being destroyed all to get these lawyers and quacks rich. "
Hector Moreno has been described by young women as a skilled predator who grooms women and children for a life of sex trafficking through the Campbell based Home Church as Moreno works as a divorce attorney in Santa Clara and San Mateo Couties.
Leaked audio of a conversation between April and Michael Moreno, Hector's children. indicate Moreno has been connected to a human trafficking ring connected to the Home Church were Moreno is a pastor.
Over 40 women and young men have come forward to tell of the horrors they endured from the time they were young children attenting camps pitched to their parents as spiritual .
For over two decades Moreno has used children groomed through the church to provide a supply of young sex workers, domestic help and nannies to high paying Silicon Valley clients.
In the divorce cases he handles, Moreno offers up children whose parents allege child abuse of a wealthy spouse. Those children are sent to Family Bridges and Transitioning Families reunification camps where the church's grooming and brainwashing techniques are used on children Moreno separates from loving families. Children from middle class and wealthy families have the education , dental work and hygine skills Moreno seeks for clients, escort services and international trafficking rings connected to " missions " he runs for Home Chruch.
Moreno's son Michael Moreno , is employed in the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office . There he gets cases dismissed for the benefit of his father's work for the chruch, and in the family courts.
The Leaked audio is haunting. It shows that Moreno is using his standing as a licened attorney and trusted pastor for racketeering activity that includes buying and selling of kids and young women.
In the audio, April is heard begging for her father to help after noting he has repeatedly buried police reports and called in favors from DA Jeff Rosen to get cases dropped against his clients and deakons of the church.
Presently Moreno is supporting a cousin by marriage, Cindy Hendrickson in a political race to be judge. Moreno used the congrgation at the church to buy votes knowing he will cash in if Hendrickson is elevated to the bench such that she can issue orders that will justify payments to reunifcation camps and court witnesses who can win cases for the Moreno clan .
On Moreno's payroll are at least 5 FBI agents, DOJ proseuctors and the local District Attorney, Jeff Rosen who protect Moreno's criminality in exchange for real estate deals, cash and cryptocurrency that is flush in Silicon Valley.
Criminal defense attorney Eric Geffon handled high profile criminal cases in Santa Clara County. He was paid by the NFL to silence women and young girls who made allegations of rape or sexual abuse against 49er football players. And he was hired to get players out of DUI charges. When he became a judge, he brought in attorney Nicole Ford to take over the lucrative payments that came largely under the table from 49er players, unions and mangers. Players raping women and absusing the mothers of their children was bad for ticket sales and community support needed for permits.
Karyn Sinunu Towery, a Santa Clara County District Attorney insider, was reportedly paid milions of dollars to drop criminal charges against 49er players, When public pressure mounted, Sinunu Towery began to "volunteer" for Santa Clara University's Northern California Innocence Project. Behind the scenes she worked with Santa Clara government attorney Ann Ravel to get kickbacks that saw judges issuing orders to take kids via CPS, or private businesses such as Family Bridges.
According to secret recordings taken of Elise Mitchell while she attended Overeaters Anonymous meetings, Nicole Ford, Sean Onderick, Hector Moreno and Mark Erickson were paid millons of dollars from the 49ers to bury complaints about players raping, absuing and impregnating young women connected with Alameda and Santa Clara Counties.
Nicole Ford moved money into charities , including WomenSV and Community Solutions, If women complained there, Ford would have them silenced, keeping allegations out of the news. Once victims were silenced, Mitchell and Ford were paid to bury complaints everywhere they could be made. . The pattern exists in other citites and counties with NFL franchises.
These lawyers do not act alone. They are rarely proseucted by the state bar or district attorney. They are largely assisted by government attorneys. In Santa Clara,and Orange County. Ford had help from government lawyers Ann Ravel and Ward Penfold.
Ravel who worked for Maplight , moved back to Santa Clara County after triple counting children in foster care to get more funds from the federal goverment. When a whistleblower complaint sought to expose the ghost children scandal , Ann Ravel moved to the Department of Justice, DOJ , to cover it up and mainstain her county connections and recruit for a private judge network that threw off high commissions and bonuses for referral of high asset divorce cases that could be moved into private judges, or where real estate could be liquidated and convered for the Santa Clara based network that based out of Los Gatos where Ravel resides.
Elise Mitchell was paid by the NFL to keep Black players out of the news and bankruptcy court. For her involvement Mitchell acted as a ghost attorney and was paid millions under- the- table and in loan payoffs.
While attending an Overeaters Anonymous Meeting, Mitchell was recorded explaining how NFL money funded judge bribes and the trafficking of women used to statisfy players. At one point Mitchell claimed it took boat loads of cash to pay off cops to bury arrests of players.
For the messy custody cases 49er players landed, Mitchell noted that family law attorneys Jessica Huey, Mia Mosher and Nicole Ford taught those in the network to use family court proceedings to provide a fresh and steady supply of underage girls and women to keep players and NFL managers happy.
Mitchell noted the involvment of Mia Mosher linked into custody experts Lynn Steinberg, Dr. Rebecca Bailey and Phil Stahl who could remove children from middle class and wealthy homes during a divorce or custody dispute through the use of Family Bridges, a reunificaiton camp and therapy sessions. Family Bridges assures judges, lawyers, cops and reporters from San Jose Mercury News, and Orange County Register ample cash and protection to keep the enterprise flowing.
Divorce attorney Mia Mosher has been paid millions to bring bogus reports from custody experts who raise money with Randy Rand by getting judges and lawyers to invest in private businesses or to donate to charities.
These reunificaiton camps are similar to the private prisons exposed in the Kids - 4- Cash scandal, only in California. Reunifciation camps are shaking down parents by court order for as much as $45,000 in " services" for a weekend. Some parents report being billed over $600,000 , with funds taken by the court from the equity in the family home by weaponizing conflict over children.
Business Under the Influence , For Profit
Divorce attorney Tom Hogan was groomed by John Conway to expand an enterprise centered around cannabis related businesses in Santa Clara, Stanislaus and San Joaquin Counties. Judges would benefit from shadow investments that poured cash into their pockets and homes.
San Joaquin County divorce lawyers Diane Butler and Lisa Theissen started a racket with Judge Robin Appel saw cops and reporters bribed to advance an underground enterprise that operated with the cover of the state's legal system and the immunity it afforded. Hogan would expand the racket to Stanislaus and Santa Clara with the help of John Conway and a paralegal- attorney network operating in family law matters.
The network modeled mob activity in and aorund divorce and probate cases. The enterprise uses paralegals and secretaries from mid and large law firms. Cheri Bell of the Daprile - Bell Family Law Firm brought in women to handle accounting and movement of cash drops to cops with Rebekah Frye and Tracey Duell Cazes. These lawyers operated a shadow economy that raised cash to bribe judges, cops and politicans in order to advance an enterprise flush with cash booze and weed. The money they took from families involved in divorce or probate matters acted as a bonus.
Tom Hogan reportedly had an affair with Rebecca Fleming , the new Santa Clara Court clerk and CEO . That affair paid off as Hogan handled judge investment money as an off shoot of John Conway's alcohol business. Conway, while handling a divorce case connected to a client with a busienss partner in the Santa Cruz O' Neil surf brand, gave the lawyers an "in" to surf, sea and weed related businesses in exchange for favorable court orders and judgments for his family law clients. Conway wanted to be a judge and worked overtime on judge shadow investments to get the job.
Conway worked with Stephen Kennedy, a known fan of the lettuce leaf and profits he could demand from his family law clients and partnership with Nicole Myers.
According to recordings of secret judge investment meetings, Hogan was to handle the San Joaquin Valley business. John Conway would handle the busienss in San Jose and on the coast. Kennedy would be a runner, with the added link to the Santa Clara DA's office. Hogan had corruption sewn up in Stanislaus. They would own bars and dispensaries and would get discounts in the local newspaper. They women backed them up by handling handle judge investments, where they eventually hooked into drug money and clients in San Joaquin County.
According to papers handled by family law and bankrupcy attorney Elise Mitchell, Conway wanted to be a judge. However, it was determined he was more valuable handling judge investments. Money moved through spouses and children to avoid detection from the IRS. Conway had clients who ran large scale dispensaries generated cash that could be laundered by purchasing cash cards, cryptocurrency and paying off second mortages on the homes of judges and their family members.
Conway reportedly had help from an insider in the California Attorney General's Office , Troy Overton, whose wife was a judge. Overton played lookout in the AG's office when complaints were lodged. Troy Overton could pressure rival businesses that diluted profits.
Hogan had help from Alan Cassidy who is now a family law judge with the Modesto Police in on the operation.
Early in his legal career divorce attorney Brad Baugh carved out a special niche to connect lawyers and judges in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties. As editor of the family law newsletter, judges and lawyers read what Baugh wrote in newsletters delivered directly to mailboxes in the most affluent California communities.
Each newsletter brought ads for office space, paralegals and fire sales in law firms up and down Silicon Valley. Baugh controlled the messages and the information, elevating himself and his legal career in the process.
These newsletters had another purpose that could not be seen on the surface. The newsletters were used to gather information, but also to engage in what was arguably antitrust activity. With the typing of each newsletter, Baugh got lawyers appointed as referees, Special Masters, private judges and minor's counsel while he also worked to get lawyers elvated to the bench, where they would owe him and his associates favors.
Baugh's newsletters are said to have sent signals to judges as to how to rule in divorce cases to earn more in fees for the lawyers in Baugh's network.
Baugh used the Newsletter to promote fundraising, and kickbacks to therapist willing to write reports that would provide judges with evidence to justify stealing children and family assets in divorce cases. He was said to be providing kickbacks to Santa Clara County Counsel Ann Ravel for a ghost children program. Ravel , arranged for children taken in divorce or custody cases into foster programs that brought in funding from the federal government. This illicit activity was covered up by the county's Department of Child Support Services, and CPS.
In a secret Bench, Bar , Media committee held in a posh Berverley Hills Country Club captured divorce attorney Laura Wasser and her father Dennis discussing a $10 millon " loan" Thomas Girardi had arranged through a Northern California law firm funding high asset divorce cases that are rigged before they are even filed.
The father- daugther legal team is reportedly working with the Britney Spears conservatorship to rig Britney's divorce and civil harrasment cases moved into JAMS for arbitration and private judging.
Elise Mitchell , divorce attorney, in Alameda , Santa Cruz and Santa Clara Counties fullfills race quotas and steals white kids through a family court racket connected to CPS and Catholic Chruch insiders.
Mitchell has been paid by the NFL to cover up rape, domesitc violence and illegitimate childen of players associated with the 49ers. Her current client, Ray McDonald was subjected to unrelenting media coverage after he, Ray McDonald, refused to pay the attorneys in his custody case after they demanded a " fee". of over $100,000 to cover what the NFL would not.
Running a law practice, using her own children as staff, Mitchell gets immunity from judges based on her connection to DDA Cindy Hendrickson, a prosecutor in Santa Clara County who has been bribed hundreds of thousands of dollars to kill criminal cases for players connected to the NFL and Superbowl entertainment assured by Lou Taylor.
Mitchell is known for keeping books on bribes attorneys pay judges and cops in exchange for appointment as minor's counsel, or GALS in high asset divorce and custody cases.
Mitchell once leaked information related to money laundered through attorney trust accounts and paid to cops in Gilroy and Fremont , where she uses process servers and Sheriffs in Alameda County to serve restraining orders that bring in money to judges appointing attorneys in divorce and custody cases where the lawyers are appointed to represent children.
The scheme works to move money from families to a network of lawyers including Mitchell where children are trafficked from parents though reunification networks and CPS progrmas in county governments.
Documents found at the Catholic schools Mtichell and Hendrickson's children attend show the lawyers are making millions , as are judges and cops, selling children whose parents are in a divorce, or dragged into the CPS network. The racket runs to family courts in California and North Carolina.