Saturday, November 14, 2009

09-11-14 Organizing this blog...

Nov 14, 2009

Getting organized...

When I started it out, I had no clue what I was getting into, by now, it somehow seems to fall into place... But I am sure it will continue to change with time.

Defining Categories:
As it stands now, I am following some litigation Cases, most of them, but not all, are corrupt litigations, some still ongoing, which I repeatedly refer to. Some of them are historical, and are key concepts such as Nixon v Warner Communications - as the right to Access to Court Records, and Fay v Noia - habeas corpus. Various Parties are involved. The records are in the archive, including correspondence and key email. Here I usually try to provide Review, or Report on events. Then - I am interested in conduct of some Judges. In addition, there are interactions with Government Agencies. Separately, I am constantly, as I go along, collecting documentation of alleged fraud in CMSs, and finally, there are Concepts, and ideas. Frauds & Criminality- are a particular interest, both as a conceptual subject, and as analytical tool in undrstanding events. So the headings are, alphabetically: Cases, CMSs, Concepts, Government Agencies, Judges, Parties, Reviews & Reports

Organization Goals:
1) I will make an effort to go back and tag the postings so that they will be easily accessed.
2) I will try to list on this page key postings under each of these headings and subheadings, to make it easier to start review of the material in this blog.

1) Cases U.S.

U.S. Supreme Court
Fay v Noia (1963)
Nixon v Warner Comm Inc (1978)

U.S. Court of Appeals, 9th District
Fine v US Dist Ct, LA (09-71692)
Fine v U.S. District Court, LA (09-56073)
Haddick v US Dist Ct LA (97-50090)
Zernik v US Dist Ct, LA (08-72714)

U.S. Court, California Central District
Fine v Sheriff (2:09-Cv-01914)
Schaffer v Hartford Life et al (5:08-cv-01184)
USA v Haddick (95-cr-01161)
USA v City of LA et al (2:2000-cv-11769)
Zernik v Connor Et Al (2:08-cv-01550)

U.S. Court, District of Columbia
Zernik v Melson at al. (1:09-cv-00805)

U.S. Court, Southern District of NY
SEC v BAC (1:09-cv-06829)

U.S. Bankruptcy Courts
Borrower Sharon Dianne Hill, Pittsburgh, PA (01-22574)
Borrower William Alan Parsley, Houston, TX (4-05-bk-90374)

2) Cases California

Califonria Supreme Court

6) California Courts of Appeals
Filipescu v. California Housing Finance Agency (App. 2 Dist. 1995) 48 Cal.Rptr.2d 736, 41 Cal.App.4th 738
In re: Fine on Habeas Corpus - B214321
Galdjie v Darwish et al - B191327, B179667, B163970
Samaan v Zernik - B203063
Sturgeon v County of Los Angeles 2008 - D050832
Zernik v LA Superior Court –B199661, B204029, B204164, B205195, B205686, B205737, B206838

7) LA Superior Court

1) Derwish v Darwish (SC060217)
2) Galdjie v Darwish (SC052737).
3) Hanks v Woods (SC083585)
4) Marina v County (BS109420)
5) Parks v Zernik (BC369558)
6) Samaan v Zernik (SC087400)
7) Sturgeon v LA County (BC351286)
stop crimes
sheri criminal

2) CMSs

Edge - Countrywide/BAC
Sustain - LA Superior Court
Criminal - LA Superior Court
Inmate Information- Sheriff, LA County
TBN - California Court of Appeal
Pacer - U.S. District Courts
CM/ECF - U.S. District Court
Pacer - U.S. Courts of Appeals
CM/ECF - U.S. Courts of Appeals

3) Concepts

Fraud and Criminality

Logic Verification

Public Access

4) Government Agencies
5) Judges
6) Parties
7) Reviews & Reports

09-11-14 Welcome, Read Me First & FAQs - What this blog is all about...

November 14, 2009
Please ask questions through the comments below, anonymous comments are welcome... This posting is reserved also for FAQs

This blog and its counterpart - the archive are part of the same initiative:
Our Mission:
We strive to make these sites a reliable valuable public resource in the struggle to restore and defend Human Rights pursuant to ratified International Law in the County of Los Angeles, California - particularly - relative to the validity, integrity, and security of legal and judicial processes and procedures, and large database management systems in government, in financial institutions, and in public corporations. Special emphasis is given to public access and oversight, and efforts to correct alleged abuses affected through such systems today. We strive to become instrumental in raising funds, organizing and coordinating efforts to protect Human Rights in these areas, and to affect material positive impact in the foreseeable future in this county and beyond.
What this blog ia all about?

_ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _U.S. District Judge Samuel Kent
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  • The LA-JR (alleged LA- Judiciary Racket), encompassing most of the judges of the LA Superior Court, the largest superior court in the U.S. - serving the most populous county in the U.S. with more than 10 million residents.
  • Documenting the conduct of the LA-JR as an enterprise through a pattern of conduct of racketeering with activity with ongoing long-term denial of Human Rights of all 10 million residents of LA County, and extreme abuse of the Human Rights of some of the residents, which is most clearly seen in False Imprisonments of many thousands - including, but not limited to the Rampart FIPs (falsely imprisoned persons) as result of corruption of the criminal courts, and in Real Estate Fraud in the civil courts, through allowing the continued unchecked activity of the LA-JR... a Human Rights disgrace of historic proportions!
  • Documenting U.S. Government, which is not ready/willing/able to perform its duties according to International Law, and safeguard the the Human Rights of the residents of LA County
  • Documenting U.S. Department of Justice and law enforcement agencies - local, state and federal - from Beverly Hills Police to FBI and SEC, Banking Regulators, Secret Service - which refuse to accept crime complaints, to investigate, and to prosecute any of the alleged serious crimes of the LA-JR, crimes opined by crime experts, crimes that are documented on the posting of this blog in great detail...
  • About the causes of the unique levels of corruption of the LA County Government, and the alleged historical role of federal agencies in creating the LA-JR, which is now beyond their ability to control or contain...
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  • The close ties of the LA-JR with large financial institutions - Countrywide, and now - Bank of America and the imminent danger to financial markets by the failure to enforce the law at Bank of America...
  • How LA County became distinguished by FBI as the "epicenter of the epidemic" that became known as the current economic crisis...
  • Why a better name for it is the "Integrity Crisis" and what are the measures that are required to address the Integrity Crisis...
  • The central role of ubiquitous, corrupt, large database management systems, in government, in financial institutions, and public corporations in general, in the Integrity Crisis, with particular emphasis on Case Management Systems (CMSs) at the courts, and at the underwriting departments of large U.S. government-backed lenders.
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A search for images of corrupt judges for this posting, landed me on the blog below. It was a déjà vu. It reminded me of the day, in March 2007, when I managed to locate Diane Fazier, the former Countrywide senior underwriter, and talk with her by phone. We felt like old friends, there was so much that we knew about each other, although we never met or talked before... It was all through the computerized underwriting records in the corrupt case management system of Countrywide - EDGE... The fraud (as opined by fraud expert) loan documents of Nivie Samaan... It was a telephone call that resulted in a death threat against me that was announced as being delivered on behalf of Countrywide... And Diane Frazier was warning me by repeating every few minutes: "You don't know who you are dealing with..."
I hope that this is not going to be the case with UBS AG ...

The following excerpt is from that blog eerily speaks of the very same subject as this posting and this blog - corrupt bankers, corrupt judges and the ruinous effect of this explosive cocktail... It sums up the picture as it is seen from New York, but is equally applicable in Los Angeles, regarding the courts, the banks, and the U.S. government itself...

But what was particularly interesting. almost alarming, was the fact that I had already targeted UBS AG as a subject of interest, knowing nothing at all about the bank, or its operations. The only thing that triggered my interest, was the litigation in the U.S. Court, Southern District of Florida, which was hailed as a landmark in U.S. government enforcement of the law. However, a quick look at the case management system of the federal courts a few months ago, and review of the records - "on their faces", gave me the distinct impression of bearing all the hallmarks of a corrupt litigation... And one more thing... It appeared to be a perfect fit for providing the missing piece in the business model of the LA-JR, or what I imagined it to be...
It was already in the archive...
Starting with Bookmark:

And this is what I wrote about it in the October 9, 2009 posting - We own the "C" in Corruption...

Otherwise put, the U.S. in its hay day, had the late Kennedy bill (if I recall correctly) which prohibited U.S. Corporations from corrupting governments abroad. I believe that the time is right to recognize the new realities, and negotiate with the Swiss the reverse....
However, I would focus my sights on the southern Florida (competitor of Los Angeles County in several ways) U.S. Court, where
UBS AG is on trial - OR IS IT A SHOW TRIAL? Just like the spectacle from NYC under the caption of SEC v BAC, you can never tell anymore
Joe Zernik
Los Angeles County, in Sunny California
We own the "C" in Corruption!

The Path Whisperer - An exploration in sociopathy

The UBS musings are notes I wrote during spare time while working at UBS.


Some people find the subject of sociopathy upsetting, linking it I believe with violent criminal behavior. However I am much more interested in those sociopaths who pass successfully in the general population. The ability to do so, I believe, depends upon two factors: the ability to rein in one’s wants and the ability to recognize predictable outcomes. Sociopaths basically feel entitled to everything and want everything they see. A low level sociopath will simply start helping himself and quickly end up in legal trouble — a problem with both factors. Many years ago I worked at another investment bank, whose CEO I considered a likely sociopath. With many of his senior hirings he essentially created a community of sociopaths. The problem was that after a while only lies went up the chain of command. So he lost managerial oversight, and, on top of that, members of his staff simply could not keep their fingers out of the cookie jar. He was fine on both factors above, personally, but his staff was not — they destroyed the company, which went out of business.