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Judy Johnson's CCPF and Rosemary Shahan's CARS Subject of Referral to Internal Revenue Service

Sacramento-based McGeorge School of Law Dean Elizabeth Parker, as
well as faculty-members Paul Paton and Robert Hawley have been publicly
asked by TLR to opine on events relating to Judy Johnson and the
California Consumer Protection Foundation ("CCPF").
Johnson, who until recently served as the Executive Director of the
State Bar of California, secretly headed CCPF for the past 7-8 years,
and used her "clout" as the head of the agency to arrange for "cy pres"
from class action settlements as well as fines and settlements
imposed by the CPUC on utility companies totaling close to $30 million
to be funneled to CCPF, which then forwarded those funds to various
other non-profits, and mostly questionable ACORN-like entities located
in South Los Angeles.
In 2010 Johnson left the State Bar of California in disgrace after a
prolonged embezzlement of close to $

Added: Jan-4-2012 Occurred On: Jan-4-2012
By: lesliebrodie
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Tags: CARS, IRS, State Bar of California, Judy Johnson, Joe Dunn, Gwen Moore, CCPF, California Consumer Protection Foundation, Gilmur Murray, Consumers for Auto Reliability Safety, Rosemary Shahan, Michael Shames, Stewart Kwoh
Location: Sacramento, California, United States (load item map)
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