Los Angeles, October 15 - Human Rights Alert (NGO) and Joseph Zernik, PhD, released a proposed schematic organizational chart of the LA-JR (alleged Los Angeles Judiciary Racket). With evolving exposures of the past couple of years, the various ramifications of the widespread corruption of the justice system in Los Angeles County, California, became increasingly intricate. And with the recent publication of a United Nations Human Rights Council staff report, including a note regarding "corruption of the courts and legal profession... in California", it became apparent that it was necessary to provide those who try to follow the case a practical reference tool.
The organizational chart proposes that LA-JR is widespread and well established, is supported by justice system agencies, and colludes with law firms and financial institutions large and small. However, It should be noted that the LA-JR today is primarily focused on a white-collar crime, and as such - is a loosely organized enterprise.
Court Counsel Frederick Bennett, Clerk of the Court John A Clarke, and Judge Jacqueline Connor are listed in leadership positions. In contrast, the nominal leadership of the Court - Presiding Judge Charles McCoy and Supervising Judge Gerald Rosenberg are only listed in coordination/support positions. Some 80-90% of the judges of the Court are estimated to be involved in the routine operations. Financial infrastructure is provided through a series of corporations controlled by the Judges Association. Financial extortion is primarily conducted through the Department of Writs and Receiverships - under Judge David Yaffe - and the employment of pretense receivers, pretense conservators, and pretense referees.
Coercive physical enforcement is implemented through Sheriff Leroy Baca, who is willing to engage in the execution of pretense orders and pretense judgments.
The California Court of Appeals, 2nd District, the California Supreme Court, its Chief Justice Ronald George, directly, and through the California Judicial Council and the California Bar Association, as well as the US District Court, Central District of California, are listed as "Judicial Infrastructure".
IT support is provided through Sustain, the case management system of the Court, which was developed as is maintained by The Daily Journal - the largest legal daily newspaper in California.
Cover up is provided by the Office of US Attorney, Central District of California, particularly as seen during the Rampart Scandal. Alejandro Mayorkas, who headed the Office at that time, was later a Member of the Board of Bet Tzedek, serving under Sandor Samuels as President. Today the former is Director of US Dept of Justice Immigration and Citizenship Services and the latter is Associate General Counsel at Bank of America (see below). Kenneth Melson, as Director of US Attorneys Office, US Dept of Justice, provided responses that were alleged as fraud in response to Congressional Inquiries regarding failure of the FBI and US Attorney General to protect the 10 million residents of Los Angeles County against racketeering by judges of the Los Angeles Court. Kenneth Kaiser - Assistant Director of FBI for Criminal Investigations did the same.
A possible role is assigned to for-profit prisons - in relationship to the well-documented large-scale false imprisonments in Los Angeles County.
Financial institutions large and small are often the direct beneficiaries of the LA-JR: Countrywide Financial Corporation - with direct involvement of then President Angelo Mozilo and then Chief Legal Counsel Sandor Samuels (then also President of Bet Tzedek, and today Associate Counsel of Bank of America), Bank of America Corporation - with direct involvement of Brian Moynihan (then General Counsel, today - President), and numerous others.
Government itself is also listed as a beneficiary - Los Angeles County was directly involved in pretense litigations under Marina v LA County and in Sturgeon v LA County. The County is the source of "not permitted" payments ("bribes") to all ~600 judges and commissioners of the Court for over a decade, during which is became practically impossible to win a case at the Court against LA County.
Numerous law firms, large and small are integral part of the LA-JR. Prime examples are Attorney John Amberg (former Chair of the California Bar Association Ethics and Professional Responsibilities Committee) - partner at Brian Cave, LLP, and Sheppard Mullin, where Presiding Judge Charles McCoy was formerly a partner.
The LA-JR may at times also collude with well-connected individual white-collar criminals - for example, Jae Arre Lloyd (formerly Timothy Lloyd Morrow) - a convicted felon (on financial crimes), who doubled as a Countrywide "loan originator".
Control of drug markets in Los Angeles was the traditional turf of the LA-JR, as documented in the Rampart Scandal, where LAPD undercover narcotic officers were key perpetrators. The role of CIA in patronizing wholesale drug trafficking to Los Angeles County, for profit, was documented in investigations derived from the Iran-Contra Scandal. FBI and the US Attorney Office were central to the cover up of the Rampart Scandal as well.
Bet Tzedek, a Jewish charity providing free legal services, and specializing in fraud prevention, was documented as the meeting grounds for some of the leading figures of the LA-JR, and more recently, it was also involved in inexplicable financial transactions.
Human Rights Alert (NGO) is dedicated to discovering, archiving, and disseminating evidence of Human Rights violations by the justice systems of the State of California and the United States in Los Angeles County, California, and beyond. Special emphasis is given to the unique role of computerized case management systems in the precipitous deterioration of integrity of the justice system in the United States.
LINKS/DOCUMENTATION Proposed organizational chart of the LA-JR with additional notes:
 Detailed documentation for the statements above can be found at the links below.