Los Angeles, March 15 - the Los Angeles Times reported today a dispute among the California judges regarding the implementation of an ongoing long-term project of replacing multiple court computer systems with a unified California Case Management System (CCMS). In response, Human rights Alert (NGO) and Joseph Zernik, PhD, released correspondence in that regard, including an expert opinion letter in support of his claims of Fraud in SUSTAIN, the existing Los Angeles Superior Court case management system.
SUSTAIN, originally developed in Los Angeles County around 1985, has been implemented in numerous state courts in the United States since then.
Dr Zernik further alleges that "Sustain is the enabling tool of the routine Fraud in the Los Angeles Superior Court, and the defining element of the LA-JR (alleged Los Angeles Judiciary Racket) as we know it today."
"Fraud in forec
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