09-04-08. Request to file Notice of alleged perverted discrepancy notices
To: Pro Se Clerk, US District Court, Los Angeles
From: Joseph Zernik
RE: Filing in Zernik v Connor et al 2:2008cv01550
Please file the attached paper, and mail back a conformed copy (or copy indicating whatever action was taken relative to the paper), in the self- addressed stamped envelope provided.
I hope that Pro Se Clerk Chris (the older guy) does not take my allegations that he engaged in fraud (criminal conduct) relative to adulteration of my summons as a personal offense. After all, he likewise expected me to take his deceitful conduct as part of business as usual.
The paper itself can be viewed at:
TO PARTIES’ COUNSEL OF RECORD, TO PARTIES WITH NO COUNSEL OF RECORD - BUT PRETENDING TO HAVE A COUNSEL OF RECORD, TO PARTIES SIMULTANEOUSLY IN PRO SE AND REPRESENTED BY COUNSEL OF RECORD, TO PARTIES THAT THE COURT HAS ALLOWED NOT TO BE LISTED AT ALL, TO COUNSEL OF RECORD OF NO PARTY AT ALL, TO MAGISTRATE CARLA WOEHRLE, AND TO JUDGE VIRGINIA PHILLIPS, AS MAGISTRATE AND JUDGE PRESIDING OVER THAT WHICH IS NOT VALID LITIGATION IN US COURT, AND ACTING WITH NO AUTHORITY AT ALL -
Detailed listing of counsel and parties to whom this paper is addressed:
a) Att Overton and DiCarlo - For Defendants who are the judges and clerks of the LA Superior Court, ADR Services, and retired judge O'Brien.
b) Att Amberg and Moldawsky - For themselves. They refuse to disclose the identity of clients, who may have engaged them, if any.
c) Att Todd Boock - For Countrywide? Countrywide is today a subsidiary of Bank of America Corporation (BAC), although the court failed to notice that in its records. The legal Department of BAC repeatedly instructs Plaintiff that Att Todd Boock is the only counsel, who is authorized to represent BAC and Countrywide in Court, and explicitly denies that Bryan Cave, LLP, Amberg and Moldawsky are authorized to represent BAC.
However, Att Todd Boock repeatedly claims that he is prohibited from communication with Plaintiff by some undisclosed unknown court order. He also claims, contradicting the office of Legal Counsel, that Bryan Cave, LLP is authorized to represent BAC/CFC. The scheme, which is presumably meant to generate conditions where no counsel is in charge, is repetition of a scheme previously employed by Countrywide in the Court of the Honorable Jeff Bohm, US Judge, Houston Texas and described in Memorandum Opinion, March 5, 2008 (Docket # 31 in Zernik v Connor et al) . That Memo was described by media as “rebuke” of Countrywide’s litigation practices. According to that Memo Countrywide had promised the Honorable Jeff Bohm not to engage again in such schemes. As we see here, the Honorable Jeff Bohm’s trust in Countrywide was not necessarily well placed.
d) Angelo Mozilo - No way to figure out which counsel represents him, if any.
e) Sandor Samuels - No way to figure out which counsel represents him, if any.
f) Timothy Mayopoulos, General Counsel, BAC - No way to tell who represents BAC, if any. BAC has failed to file and/or docket adequate corporate disclosure, and also appears to conduct itself in violation of its own Outside Counsel Procedures1 and Code of Ethics2.
g) Kenneth Lewis, President, Chair, CEO, BAC - No way to tell who represents BAC, if any at all. BAC has failed to file and/or docket adequate corporate disclosure.
h) Att John Patton - For David Pasternak. However, David Pasternak insists on simultaneously being listed in pro se.
i) Att David Pasternak - For himself. He claims to be simultaneously represented and in pro se4.
j) Att Michael Wachtell - For Mara Escrow. A subsidiary of Old Republic Title Insurance Corp, but failing to disclose that fact and/or have it adequately docketed.