Tuesday, August 11, 2009

LA Superior Court issues alleged fraudulent statements to justify denial of access to records, and fraudulent records are published online

Why would an honest court deny access to its records, as required by law?

Dr Zernik requested access to court records in Sturgeon v LA County (BC351286), a case of high public policy

significance. Repeated requests for access, directed to the Clerk were denied.

Through such access it would have been possible either authenticate or invalidate the registration of the case as a case heard by the Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Los Angeles (“LA Superior Court), the registration of the Assignment of Justice James A Richman as Presiding Judge in the case and the registration of his Orders and Judgments, as well as the Rulings of the California Court of Appeals, 4th District. Registrations of all of these key elements of the litigation at present appear questionable at best.

In response to the request by Dr Zernik, Counsel for the Court responded in letter dated July 29, 2009:

“Finally, as a convenience, you can also access the Register of Actions for this case on line at the Court's web site, LASuperiorCourt.org, which also presents a summary of all of the pleadings, orders and hearings in the case, and by registering and paying the fee permitted by the California Rules of Court, you may download and print copies of the pleadings and orders.” (1)

The Registers of Action was never provided online. Moreover, the record that is provided online – “Case Summary”, (2) is a false and deliberately misleading record, which comes with a Disclaimer (3) by the Court that it should not be relied upon. Furthermore, the server from which such record is published triggers severe alerts (4) by Google browser, which states that the Court’s sever carries a false verification certificate.

In short – there are good reasons to believe that the conduct of litigation of Sturgeon v LA County, upon review, would be deemed fraud by the LA Superior Court upon the people.(5)

Why would an honest court deny access to its records, as required by law?

1) Request for access to court records and denial


2) Case Summary record is provided online by the court


3) Disclaimers by the court regarding its online records


4) Security alerts triggered by the LA Superior Court server


5) Comparison of Case Summary with other records- demonstrates alleged fraud