Saturday, February 6, 2016

The court system will not solve the problem of its own corruption.

The court system will not solve the problem of its own corruption. The California Court system is already recognized as corrupt. 

See the recent article "American Judicial System for Sale: Bribes and Corruption now the Norm” written by John P. Thomas published 1/20/2016 and 1/21/2016 on both and Health
The article tells the story of the fight of Dr. Richard I. Fine against judicial corruption. 

The article concludes with a “call to action” for people to contact the California Supreme Court and urge the justices to correct the judicial corruption and reverse the admitted illegal disbarment of Richard I. Fine.

Richard Fine’s article in the Daily Kos urging the removal of the LA County payments to the judges in the 2015-2016 Fiscal Year is cited as FN 12 in Sturgeon v. County of Los Angeles,  242 Cal.App.4th 1437 (2015)
(Sturgeon III). If the court wanted to solve the problem, it could have in Sturgeon III. Instead, it exasperated it.

The question is: Will California Supreme Court [which has denied three unopposed motions to set aside the admitted fraudulent disbarment of Richard I. Fine for having brought two cases against judges for taking illegal payments from LA County prior to Sturgeon v. County of Los Angeles, 167 Cal.App.4th 630 (2008) Review Denied 12/23/2008 [Sturgeon I], grant review of Sturgeon III, when the Sturgeon III court states fixing Section 2 of SBX 2 11[Cal. Govt. Code Section 68220]  is a problem for the Legislature?

In the end, it may not matter what the California Supreme Court does. We can fix the problem by requiring legislators to change the law, not reraining appellate and supreme court justices who allowed the corruption to continue and by electing judges who refuse to engage in taking illegal payments.

We start by requiring every candidate for office in 2016 to sign the Campaign for Judicial Integrity’s Candidate’s Pledge to End Judicial Corruption found at

Richard I. Fine  

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