10-02-13 Galdjie v Darwish (SC052737) alleged racketeering by judges and attorneys in Los Angeles County, California - comments requested by Attorney

Los Angeles County was defined already in the early 2000s in FBI reports as “the epicenter of epidemic of real estate fraud”. Galdjie v Darwish provided important evidence that such “epidemic” was founded on collusion of judges of the Superior Court of California, justices of the California Court of Appeals, 2nd District (Los Angeles), and law-firms large and small in perpetrating real estate fraud through the courts. Of particular concern in this regard must be a series of decisions of the California Court of Appeals, 2nd District (Los Angeles), which (a) Accepted de facto the conduct of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles with no Book of Judgment, as required by California Code; (b) Ambiguated the due process procedure of Notice of Entry of Judgment, as provided by law, and finally, (c) In a published decision from the case at hand allowed “oral modifications” of real estate contracts. Combined, such decisions of the California Court of Appeals, 2nd District, opened the way for a flood of new cases of real estate fraud disguised as court actions, yet to be fully realized.
Instant report in re: Galdjie v Darwish and related captions, was produced based on limited records, since the California Superior Court, County of Los Angeles, denied access to the court file, in what appeared as blatant violation of First Amendment rights. However, instant report was assisted by interviews and declarations provided by Defendant Barbara Kramar Darwish. Instant report was forwarded on February 13, 2010 to Attorney David Pasternak for review and comments. Attorney David Pasternak, former President of the Los Angeles County Bar Association was alleged to have played a key role in the alleged real estate fraud under the caption at hand and numerous other cases as well.
Instant report was also forwarded on February 13, 2010 to California Attorney General Jerry Brown for his comments. Such comments were requested following his appearance, earlier this week in a press conference in San Bernardino County, California, related to large scale real estate corruption case there, where he was reported by media to be “appalled” by corruption, and to “have never seen anything like this”. Numerous complaints were filed with Jerry Brown during his tenure as California Attorney General pertaining to alleged widespread corruption and racketeering by judges in Los Angeles County, California. Jerry Brown consistently refused to take action. It was hoped and expected that of that gubernatorial candidate, Jerry Brown, would provide reasonable explanation for his conduct as attorney general as part of his gubernatorial campaign.

The full report on Galdjie v Darwish - alleged racketeering by judges and attorneys in Los Angeles County, California, can be viewed at:
www.scribd.com/doc/26837352/10-02-13-Galdjie-v-Darwish-SC052

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