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Attorney Jailed Denied Rights for Exposing Judicial Corruption, Richard Fine California





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Uploaded on Apr 15, 2010

UPDATE: U.S. SUPREME COURT DENIES RELIEF. U. S. Supreme Court has denied the application for a "Stay of Execution" (of civil contempt sentence) for jailed attorney Richard I. Fine.

Related, this goes to the top: My Dad Tried to Right a Wrong, Now He's Behind Bars Unjustly http://thegetjusticecoalition.blogspo...
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Retaliation against Richard Fine, who holds a PhD in international law and served as an anti-trust prosecutor at the Department of Justice in Washington DC, for exposing judicial corruption. Fine has been jailed in the LA County Jail for over a year in solitary confinement. He never had a trial, there has been no conviction, nor any sentence to keep him there. Sheriff LeRoy Baca claims he does not know why Fine is in jail, yet he keeps him there and failed to answer Fines Writ of Habeas Corpus. Baca refused to allow a filmed interview with Fine until Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit on behalf of Full Disclosure Network, and then, out of the blue, he changed his mind and granted a filmed interview with them.
Sheriff LeRoy Baca was subject to term limits, but prior to his last election, he filed a lawsuit to get out from under term limits. The Superior Court judge ruled in his favor (surprise!). Term limits are a prevention against corruption. The lawsuit was approved by the County Supervisors who paid for it with the taxpayers money; the taxpayers had previously voted in term limits, but it was overturned for Sheriff Baca. Sheriff LeRoy Baca is up for re-election June 8, 2010. No one is running against him. He makes $268,000 a year in this position. In this interview, Fine tells us that the special interests behind the County Supervisors are the real estate developers, who gave money to Supervisor Antonovich and Supervisor Knabe, who were then disallowed from voting on a related Environmental Impact Report that Fine submitted in a real estate development case. They voted illegally in favor of the developers. This is how our government is usurped by criminals and corruption within the system.
Fine is imprisoned because of political reasons:
1. Fine exposed L.A. Superior Court judges of taking illegal money from the County, in violation of the California State Constitution.
2. The County Supervisors were using public tax money to pay off the Superior Court judges.
3. The Superior Court Judges decided cases in favor of the County (Fine reports that since 2005 to present, only 3 people have won cases against the County as a result of the bribes).
4. The California State Legislature have given the judges and County Supervisors immunity from prosecution for their actions and misappropriation of taxpayer money.
5. The judges have tried to get Mr. Fine disbarred from the California State Bar as a result of the lawsuit he filed on behalf of the taxpayers who were denied due process.
6. Superior Court Judge David Yaffe (accused judge) failed to recuse himself and sent Fine to prison. He also failed to cite any precedent (denying Fine due process).
7. L.A. County Sheriff LeRoy Baca illegally imprisoned Fine, and Fine is in jail today.
8. Fine should have been released within 5 days, according to the law. (WILLIAM T FARR Case which set 5 days as maximum confinement for civil contempt. Farr was the newspaper reporter who chose to serve 46 days in jail rather than disclose a confidential source)

Video updates at:

Letter to U.S. Supreme Court Justices regarding California Court Corruption and the Financial Crisis Case: Richard I. Fine v Sheriff of County of Los Angeles, Docket # 09A827, Conference Hearing Date 4/23/2010.

Newly released court transcript reveals conflict of judge who refused to recuse. US Supreme Court denies freedom and supports "coercive confinement" without charge or conviction, Ignoring all Supreme Court Precendent. Court Transcript available at


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