Edit10-01-04 Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department: Online Inmate Information Center - Data Survey - Jose Martinez s
In the course of attempting to secure the Human Rights of Richard Fine, it became apparent that the case management system of the Los Angeles Sheriff Department, like database management systems of the courts, suffers from lack of integrity. The Sheriff's system must be of particular concern - it allowed arbitrary deprivation of liberty. See also similar series constructed for "Jose Rodriguez" http://www.scribd.com/doc/25064776/10-01-11-Inmate-Information-Center-data-survey-Jose-Rodriguez-s
Edit10-05-05 Countrywide, Bank of America (NYSE:BAC), and its President Brian Moynihan - Compilation of Records - Evidence of Racketeering s
The record includes a short overview and links to some 80 records which are the evidence itself. See an updated, expanded list of evidence with links to records and short descriptions under: http://www.scribd.com/doc/32907453/ 10-06-11-Dr-Zernik-s-Complaints-Filed-with-Office-of-Comptroller-of-the-Currency-and-SEC-against-Countrywide-Bank-of-America-NYSE-BAC-and-Brian-Mo
Edit10-05-05 Chairs of US Congress Committees of the Judiciary and Banking Are Requested to Join Senator Feinstein’s Inquiries on Comptroller of the Currency and US Dept of Justice Inspector General s
Subject matter was alleged racketeering by Bank of America Corporation and Brian Moynihan - its president at the Los Angeles County, California, courts, and refusal of US banking regulators, FBI, and US Department of Justice to provide equal protection in Los Angeles County, California.
Edit10-01-05 Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department: Online Inmate Information Center - Data Survey - John Smith s
Efforts to secure the Human Rights of Richard Fine revealed material deficiencies in the case management system of the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department - Inmate Information Center. Given the limited access to data, indirect efforts were made to produce initial assessment of system integrity.
Edit10-01-16 Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department: VINE vs Online Inmate Information Center - Data Survey - Jose Martinez & Jose Rodriguez s
Initial interest in the case management system of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department arose following the jailing and hospitalization of two senior attorneys, who had filed complaints pertaining to allegations of corruption of judges of the Los Angeles Superior Court. One of them, Richard Fine, has been confined under coerced hospitalization for over 10 months. In parallel – Los Angeles Sheriff, Lee Baca, refused to allow access to California Public Records, which were the arrest and booking papers of the two attorneys. Instead, his office repeatedly referenced false and deliberately misleading data published on the online Inmate Information Center. Previous data surveys demonstrated that about 30% of the entries in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Inmate information Center had no booking number available. It further showed that about 50% of the entries had fictitious court and/or case number listed as the legal authority for their jailing. Data surveys for common latino names such as “Jose Martinez”, “Jose Rodriguez”, versus common “anglo” names such as John Smith or John Williams, also suggested that latino named inmates were more likely to be missing a booking number or listed with other false data. Here, such data were further analyzed by accessing the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department listing of inmates from two alternative sources: The VINE system, and the Inmate Information Center, and by comparing the results of the same queries from the two systems. The differences were of surprisingly large magnitude: ... Results of such analysis was claimed to demonstrate that upon investigation it was very likely to be found that large-scale false arrests and false jailing were prevalent in Los Angeles County, California. The evidence demonstrated that such practices were patronized by the courts. Additional evidence demonstrated widespread corruption of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles – relative to real estate and financial institution fraud. FBI and the US Department of Justice refused to investigate allegations and overwhelming evidence of widespread corruption of the Los Angeles County justice system. It was therefore proposed that international observers should attempt to access public records in Los Angeles County, California, and further explore what appeared as large scale false jailing – direct extension of the Rampart scandal (1998-2000). Conditions of the justice system in Los Angeles County, California, may also require immediate approach to International Human Rights courts.
Edit10-01-14 Harris County, Texas, Sheriff's Office: Online Inmate Public Information - Data Survey - Carol Ann Davis s
Interest in the Harris County Sheriff’s Office case management system (CMS) arose following an email from a Texas fellow, Dr Shirley Pigott, regarding the taking of Carol Ann Davis, her friend. Interest was also in reviewing the Harris County CMS as a comparison to the CMS of the Sheriff’s Department of Los Angeles County, California – and the online Inmate Information Center - which were deemed fraudulent by design and in operation.     The online system of the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, in this superficial review, initially appeared exemplary in its integrity compared to the Los Angeles County, California, Sheriff’s Department CMS – all listed inmates had SPN numbers issued, and all courts that were listed could be identified as existing courts, compared to the large percentage of entries in the Los Angeles CMS who had no booking number issued, and who had fictitious court listings. However, further analysis of the Harris County, Texas, data - attempt to correlate the SPN numbers with Booking Date - failed to reveal correlations. Finally - the glaring deficiency remained: Carol Ann Davis, who was taken over 12 hours earlier, and was claimed to be held by the Harris County Sheriff, was never listed on the system at all.
Edit10-01-11 Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department: Online Inmate Information Center - Data Survey - Jose Rodriguez s
The best evidence for widespread corruption of the judges of the LA Superior Court is in the large-scale false imprisonments, which were never terminated even after the Rampart scandal (1998-2000),
Edit10-03-24 US District Court, Central District of California: Local Rules of Court,Chapters 1-4 s
The complete files for the Local Rules were downloaded from the Court's web site. Of note, the Local Rules of Court failed to provide any foundation for the operation of PACER and CM/ECF, and the new authentication instruments that are the NEFs (Notices of Electronic Filings) or the use of digital court stamps.
Edit09-09-09 SEC v Bank of America Corporation (1:09-cv-06829) Dr Joseph Zernik’s Affidavit and Appendices in opposition to settlement then pending before the court s
On August 3, 2009, Complaint (Dkt #1) in SEC v Bank of America Corporation (1:09-cv-06829) was filed, pursuant to cause of action of Securities Fraud – 15 USC §77. Litigation in this matter continues to this date. Concomitantly with the filing of the complaint, the parties noticed the court of their intent to file a proposed Consent Judgment in the case – in the sum of ~$30 millions. The August 25, 2009 Order (Dkt #13) stated: This Court has the obligation, within carefully prescribed limits, to determine whether the proposed Consent Judgment settling this case is fair, reasonable, adequate, and in the public interest. Both parties filed papers in support of their proposed Consent Judgment. On September 9, 2009, Dr Zernik submitted, as an affidavit letter to chambers, copied to the parties, objection to the proposed settlement. Such affidavit was submitted following instructions from chambers regarding the procedure permitted for such affidavit. The September 15, 2009 Memorandum Opinion (Dkt #22) rejected the proposed settlement, then pending, and ordered the parties to set schedules for trial in February 2010. The core arguments in the September 9, 2009 Affidavit by Dr Zernik in opposition to the then proposed settlement can be summed as follows: · Conduct of Bank of America Corporation following the takeover of Countrywide Financial Corporation demonstrated adamant refusal to comply with the law. · Conduct of SEC and other US banking regulators in recent years demonstrated adamant refusal to enforce the law, and cover up of the alleged and opined criminality in banking operations. · SEC and Bank of America Corporation never arrived in court as adversarial parties, and therefore, neither the settlement, nor an attempt to litigate the complaint were likely to be effectual. Following records include: 1) Table of Contents - ii - iv 2) September 9, 2009 Dr Joseph Zernik’s Transmittal Letter for the Affidavit – 1 3) September 9, 2009 Dr Joseph Zernik’s Affidavit – 2 - 25 4) September 9, 2009 Dr Joseph Zernik’s Appendices for the Affidavit – 26 – 545
Edit10-03-14 Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department: Online Inmate Information Center - Survey of Consecutive Booking Numbers s
Following previous surveys of the inmates case management system of the Sheriff’s Department of LA County, California,  and of Harris County, Texas,  which were name-based, attempt was made to survey the Los Angeles system for consecutive inmate booking numbers. The online Inmate Information Center of the Sheriff’s Department of Los Angeles County did not allow search by number. Therefore, such search had to be conducted through the VINE Link system. Two series of booking numbers were queried, 20 in each the “High Series” and “Low Series”, which were previously shown to be issued in parallel by the Sheriff’s Department. In the Low Series only four (4) out of the twenty consecutive numbers matched an inmate name. In the High Series only five (5) numbers out of twenty consecutive numbers matched an inmate name. In each series, at least one of the non-matched booking numbers corresponded to a known inmate name. Generally, the findings confirmed the networked nature of the various terminals. However, the existence of two series of booking numbers, issued in parallel, remained inexplicable. In addition, departures from consecutive numbers relative to booking time were found. As in past surveys, reliance on non-existent court names was a common finding. For one of the nine (9) named inmates, who was held for fourteen days, no court name or court case number were listed at all. For another named inmate, and invalid case number (99999) was listed. One could have reasoned that only data for inmates whose offence level was “Felony” were forwarded from the Sheriff’s Department to VINE Link. However, for two (2) of the nine (9) named inmates on VINE Link no Offense Level was listed in the online Inmate Information Center of the Sheriff’s Department at all. The general nature of the online Inmate Information Center is again found as inconsistent with honest, valid implementation. The option to search the online Inmate Information Center by booking number should be provided – it is a critical safeguard for integrity of such system. Instant survey, like the previous surveys documented the urgent need for publicly-accountable validation (certified, functional logic verification) of such systems, which are a hazard for the Liberty of all who reside in the respective counties.
Edit09-05-01 Rampart-FIPs - Rampart First Trial PBS Frontline: Rampart False Imprisonments s
PBS Frontline program "LAPD BLUES" is a living online monument for the human rights abuses taking place in Los Angeles County, California. Conditions of the justice system in Los Angeles County are a Human Rights disgrace of historic proportions.
Edit10-01-08 Bank of America: Response letter by office of President/CEO Brian Moynihan to Office of Comptroller of the Currency on Zernik's Complaint (#00971981), as mailed to Dr Zernik
January 8, 2010 copy of response from office of Brian Moynihan, BAC CEO & President on complaint to OCC (#00971981) - as mailed to Dr Zernik. It was alleged that such response should be deemed as fraud, tightly coordinated by office of Mr Brian Cave and the former CFC Legal Department - Mr Sandor Samuels and/or Mr Todd Boock.
Edit10-01-02 Zernik v Connor (2:08-cv-01550) - Served by US District Court, Central District of California - Minutes, Orders, Judgment as served on Plaintiff during the purported litigation
In Zernik v Connor et al (2:08-cv-01550) Plaintiff filed complaint at the United States District Court, Los Angeles against 10 judges of the California Superior Court, County of Los Angeles, pursuant to deprivation of civil rights under the color of law 42 USC s1983. Moreover, it was alleged that the conduct of such judges in collusion with Countrywide/Bank of America Home Loans amounted to racketeering. The papers served by the court on plaintiff were deemed void, not voidable - none included valid and effectual authentication by clerk through a valid NEF (notice of electronic filing). Moreover, such records demonstrated the alleged fraud at the US Court, perpetrated through operation of PACER & CM/ECF. Other records in this series provide additional evidence and alanysis of the fraud in design and operation of the United States courts case management and public access systems.
Edit09-01-13 Samaan v Zernik (SC087400) "Non Party" Countrywide's Purported Order to Show Cause for Contempt, and for Sanctions and Other Orders - Alleged Fraud and Extortion s
It should be noted that this paper, unique in its alleged fraudulence, was filed on behalf of Bank of America at a time that Brian Moynihan, today Bank of America's President served as its General Counsel. 09-01-13. Att Jenna Moldawsky – Winner of the 2008 Pinocchio Award* As the year comes to a close, there is no doubt that Att Moldawsky deserves more than anybody else the 2008 Pinocchio Award! Att Moldawsky won the award for her landmark paper: “Non-Party Countrywide Home Loans, Inc’ Notice of Motion and Motion for Monetary Sanctions…”.** “In this artful pleading, Att Moldawsky masterly crafted all possible Pinocchio effects: – Att Moldawsky purportedly represents a corporate client, but she would not answer direct questions about its identity, neither has she filed any corporate disclosure in the past six months since BOA took over Countrywide, and since Sandor Samuels and Angelo Mozilo presumably ceased to be Countrywide employees. Att. Moldawsky also filed no paper showing she was authorized by BOA, and BOA denied she was authorized. – Att Moldawsky purportedly represents a client whom she designates “Non-Party”. By what authority and on what legal foundation she came by this party designation? Obviously it is handy in failing to report the violations of the law per Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 §307, but why did the Clerk of the Court accept such filing? – Att. Moldawsky’s paper claims to be part of a case captioned Samaan v Zernik (SC087400), of the LA Superior Court. But the offices of Presiding Judge and Clerk of the Court refuse to certify such facts. – Att Moldawsky adequately listed no judge as being assigned the to the case on the face page. And yet, in the first sentence she noticed it to “Department J”. What legal theory led Att Moldawsky in determination of venue and jurisdiction? Maybe the fact that Mr Terry Friedman is a friend of Mr Sandor Samuels.., – Att Moldawsky’s arguments are based on a purported July 23, 2007 Order by Judge Connor, but a valid order that was issued, served, noticed, and entered in a timely manner is yet to be produced… – Att Moldawsky included in her motion a table of authorities. How did she determine that such case is adjudged by the Law of the State of California ? – Att Moldawsky, again, produced evidence with no authentication, and insufficient pleadings – by counsel. The Pinocchio Award committee congratulates you, Att Moldawsky, for such unique achievement so early in your career – as graduate of UCLA Law School, Class of 2006. Congratulations also to your mentors at Bryan Cave, LLP, Bank of America, and Countrywide. Mr Samuels’ inspiration surely shines between your lines - his precocious student of the art of streamlining, of which he is a master – second to none… All the best!”