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APOLOGISTS FOR JUDICIAL CORRUPTION EXPOSED

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In response to Michael Green's OpEdNews article of June 1, 2010, Dr. Richard I. Fine, jailed for a year-and-a-half on a phony contempt charge which is actually retaliation for exposing Los Angeles County's corrupt judicial system, replies with a thorough analysis of the falsity of Mr. Green's conclusions as follows:

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Mr. Green claims that I am "wrong on the facts and by [my] own choice wrong on the law". Mr. Green's claim is based upon two documents which misstate the facts in the case, as would immediately be shown by a review of the actual documents on file in the case of Marina Strand Colony II Homeowners Association v. County Los Angeles, LASC Case No. BS 109420 (hereinafter referred to as the "Marina Strand" case).

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Mr. Green claims that Full Disclosure Network (FullDisclosure.net) has not provided a "clear statement of precisely why he [Richard Fine] is in jail, i.e., the contempt charge." This is wrong, as evidenced by the fact that the March 4, 2009 Judgment and Order of Contempt states that I was ordered to "be confined in the county jail until he answers the questions asked of him in the Debtors Examination by the Commissioner assigned to Department 1A of the Superior Court." This Judgment and Order is attached to documents referenced by Mr. Green in his letter. It is also attached to the Declaration of Kevin McCormick filed with the Response of the Superior Court of Los Angeles and Judge Yaffe to my Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus.

Not only did Full Disclosure supply a "clear statement," I also explained the circumstances in interviews with Full Disclosure and in court-filed documents which are cited and available on Full Disclosure for the public's review.

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Richard I. Fine has been referred to as a "crusader", the "taxpayer advocate attorney" and the "peoples' lawyer" for his work in challenging and correcting the abuses and corruption in government. The breadth of his experience encompasses antitrust (more...)
 

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