Los Angeles, March 5 – in letter to office of Jerry Brown, California Attorney General and gubernatorial aspirant,  Dr Joseph Zernik, Los Angeles County resident and Human Rights activist, again called upon Attorney General Brown to provide equal protection for the 10 million residents of Los Angeles County, California, against the corrupt local justice system, and rejected the response provided by office of Attorney General Brown in letter dated February 19, 2010 – to seek such protection through the local justice system as unreasonable. 
The letter called upon Attorney General Brown to take notice of widespread corruption of the local justice system, including but not limited to the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, and alleged serious large-scale false arrests, false jailing, and false hospitalizations of political dissidents by the Sheriff's Department of the County of Los Angeles, California.
Attorney General Brown was also asked to take notice of the refusal of the Sheriff’s Department to issue Complaint numbers pertaining to long standing abusive practices of the Sheriff's Department pertaining to arrests, jailing, and coerced hospitalizations, even after intervention of Stephanie Maxberry, Ombudsman of the County of Los Angeles.
Dr Zernik alleged that such Complaints were a direct extension of the Rampart scandal (1998-2000), where large-scale false imprisonments were documented, estimated at 10,000-20,000 Rampart-FIPs (Falsely Imprisoned Persons)  To this date, no official report was issued by the LAPD for the 2-year, 200 investigator probe of the scandal. The vast majority of the Rampart-FIPs remained falsely imprisoned to this date, due to the fully documented concerted resistance to their release by the local justice system - police, prosecutors, and judges of the Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles , which remained inexplicable within the real of the law. 
Widespread corruption of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles was also previously confirmed through the February 20, 2009 signing into law of dubious legal validity providing "retroactive immunities" for all judges of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, who took "not permitted" payments of ~$45,000 per judge, per year, for over a decade, while it became practically impossible to win a case in court against the payer.  Request was previously filed with office of Attorney General Brown, to inquire whether he had made any pronouncement regarding such "not permitted" payments, continuing to this date, and regarding the respective law, providing "retroactive immunities", which appeared contrary to the California Constitution, which prohibited retroactive laws. To this date, Attorney General Brown failed to provide any response on these matters.
The February 19, 2010 response letter from Attorney General Brown,  regarding an earlier request for Equal Protection under the Law of the Human Constitutional and Civil Rights of the 10 million residents of the County of Los Angeles, suggested that such requests and complaints be addressed to the local justice system. Such response by Attorney General Brown was deemed unreasonable, and suggested to the victims of serious abuses a futile course of actions in seeking remedies.
The inability of the local justice system of the County of Los Angeles to address its own corruption was continuously demonstrated for over a decade. The deliberate futility was of the course of action suggested in your February 19, 2010 letter, was best demonstrated when the Rampart scandal (1998-2000), the largest corruption scandal of local justice system in the history of the United States, was left by the California and the US Justice Departments for investigation, prosecution, and judgment by the corrupt local justice system. From the perspective of a decade, the deliberate negligence of such approach is clearer than ever before.
Therefore, the February 19, 2010 response by Attorney General Brown, again referring victims of alleged serious abuses of Human, Constitutional, and Civil Rights at the hands of the local, proven corrupt justice system to seek remedies through the same local justice system should be deemed as refusal to perform his duties.
Conditions in the County of Los Angeles, California, the widespread corruption of the judges, and the large-scale abuses of Human Rights were repeatedly brought to your attention in recent years. Attorney General Brown repeatedly refused to perform his duties and enforce the law. On such background his comments in a recent press conference in San Bernardino County, California - as quoted by media - that you were "appalled by the corruption", and that you "have never seen anything like this" remained questionable at best...
Attorney General Brown was again requested to provide his opinion regarding the compliance with California Constitution, or lack thereof, in the California bill SBX-2-11, signed into law on February 20, 2009, providing "retroactive immunities" to all judges who took "not permitted" payments.
Attorney General Brown was also again requested to perform his duties and protect the Human, Constitutional, and Civil Rights of the 10 million residents of the County of Los Angeles, California, including, but not limited (a) Complaints, pertaining to alleged large-scale abuses by the Sheriff's Department, copied below, (b) Ongoing false imprisonment of the thousands of Rampart-FIPs, (c) Ongoing false hospitalization of Attorney Richard Fine, with no medical cause, and (d) Widespread corruption of the judges of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, admitted by the judges through the dubious law providing "retroactive immunities" , which was passed at their own behest.
 March 5, 2010 letter by Dr Joseph Zernik to office of Jerry Brown, Attorney General of California
 The Rampart-FIPs (Falsely Imprisoned Persons - a Review
 LAPD Blue Ribbon Review Panel Report (2006)
 SBX-2-11 the bill which provided "retroactive immunities to judges who took "not permitted" payments.
 February 19, 2010 response by office of California Attorney General Jerry Brown to complaints of large-scale, long-term serious alleged abuses of Human Rights by the justice system of the County of Los Angeles, directing the complainant to seek remedies for such abuses with the justice system of the County of Los Angeles.
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