Los Angeles County Ombudsman, Stephanie Maxberry, and California Attorney General Jerry Brown were requested on Monday, February 16, 2010, to assist in review of Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department handling of complaints alleging widespread corruption and large-scale false imprisonments. So far, both Ombudsman Maxberry and office of Attorney General Brown failed to acknowledge receipt of the requests for help.
The most widely recognized aspect of such corruption is the ongoing false hospitalization with no medical cause under solitary confinement for almost a year of 70 year old, former US prosecutor Richard Fine. Attorney Fine is credited with exposing that all Los Angeles County judges have been secretly taking for over a decade “not permitted” payments of ~$45,000 per judge per year from Los Angeles County. During the same years, Attorney Richard Fine have shown that it has been practically impossible to win a case in court against the payer - Los Angeles County.
The complaints, re-filed on Friday, February 12, 2010, with Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca alleged Human Rights abuses of historic proportions underway in Los Angeles County, California:
COMPLAINT #1: False arrest and booking data for the falsely hospitalized Attorney Richard Fine, which the Sheriff's Department refused to correct.
COMPLAINT #2: False or missing information regarding arrest and booking of
numerous inmates held by the Sheriff's Department
COMPLAINT #3: False hospitalizations with no probable medical cause, appearing as cover up for false imprisonments.
COMPLAINT #4: Alleged widespread corruption in bail/bond operations
So far local, state, and US agencies are refusing to address the widespread corruption of the Los Angeles County justice system.
 Large-scale false imprisonments documented during the Rampart scandal investigation (1998-2000)
 The LAPD’s Blue Ribbon Review Panel report (2006) documented that “innocent people remain in prison”, and the role of Los Angeles Superior Court judges in preventing the release of the thousands of Rampart-FIPs (Falsely Imprisoned Persons)
 Complaints filed with Los Angeles County Sheriff regarding large-scale false imprisonments:
 Complaint filed with Sheriff Lee Baca regarding widespread corruption of bail/bond operations:
Tags: Los, Angeles, california, Judicial Corruption
Location: Los Angeles, California, United States (load item map)
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