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.
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