High Level Financial Management Fraud at the Los Angeles Superior Court and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department - A Call for Action by US Law Enforcement
Los Angeles, October 13 - Human Rights Alert (NGO) called for action by US law enforcement regarding mounting evidence of high-level financial management fraud at the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
Secret bank accounts, controlled by the judges of the LASC were exposed over a decade ago in a series of reports by the Washington DC Insight Magazine  regarding secretive corporations, controlled by the judges of the Los Angeles Superior Court, and inexplicable fund movements in and out of such corporations.
Regardless, no report of actions by IRS, FBI, or US Dept of Justice in this regard was ever found.
Last time it was checked (around 2009), such corporations were still listed by the California Secretary of State.
Additionally, Human Rights Alert documented the designation of all court fees in certain cases of the Los Angeles Superior Court as "Journal Entry", whereas in other cases such fees are recorded as "Filing Fees", "Motion Fees", "Stipulation Fees", etc.  Presiding Judge Charles McCoy and Clerk of the Court John A Clarke, denied repeated requests to disclose the ultimate designation of such funds.  Accountancy textbook consider the misuse of "Journal Entry" as a cardinal sign of high-level financial management fraud. Of note, until recently the LASC never permitted public access to its financial reports, and today it publishes unaudited financial reports.
The online publication of false records pertaining to bail amounts, which were collected from prisoners by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, was likewise documented by Human Rights Alert. The Sheriff's Department refused to this date to answer on complaints on the matter, which alleged corruption and large-scale financial fraud in bail/bond operations of the Department. 
United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) staff report,  which was recently issued as part of the 2010 Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Human Rights in the United States, referred to: "...corruption in the courts and the legal profession, and discrimination of US law enforcement in California. 69"... "69 HRAlert, pages 1-5. See submission for cases cited." The statements were based on the April 2010 submission by Human Rights Alert. The evidence provided by Human Rights Alert pertained to large-scale false imprisonment at the criminal courts, and real estate fraud in collusion with large financial institutions and law-firms at the civil courts. The submission was based on media, expert, and official reports from the last two decades, as well as analysis of court records in a series of cases opined as fraud and perversion of justice by the courts.
The reference in the HRC report to "discrimination of US law enforcement in California", pertained to documents provided by Human Rights Alert showing discrimination by US law enforcement for at least two decades against Los Angeles County, California, through refusal to address overwhelming evidence of racketeering by judges of the Los Angeles Superior Court. In its report, Human Rights Alert called upon the US Congress to enact Federal Rules for Public Access to Electronic Court Record, Case Management, and Electronic Court Fling, as quintessential for restoration of integrity of the courts in the United States, for restoration of the Rule of Law, and for the safeguard of Human Rights in the digital era.
Human Rights Alert also called upon the United States to effectively engage in a cooperative effort with internationally charged observers and rappeurtors, as part of the ongoing UPR process from 2010 to 2014.
Human Rights Alert 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, California, and beyond. Special emphasis is given to the unique role of online public access and computerized case management systems in the precipitous deterioration of integrity of the justice system.
Human Rights Alert expressed its confidence that the outcome of the first ever international review of Human Rights in the United States, would be a landmark event, and that the United Nations HRC would vote on an effectual Human Rights report on the United States in its November 5, 2010, UPR session in Geneva, Switzerland.
Human Rights Alert 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, 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.
 99-04-11 Washington DC Insight Magazine - LA Superior Court Judges 'Slush' Fund - Is Justice for Sale in L.A.?
 10-02-13 Galdjie v Darwish (SC052737) at the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles: Alleged racketeering by judges and attorneys in Los Angeles, California - Requesting Jerry Brown's comments
 10-02-05 Mysterious Finances of the Los Angeles Superior Court http://www.scribd.com/doc/26419078/
 10-02-12 Complaint #4 filed with Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca Re Corruption of Bond Bail Services
10-01-10 United Nations Human Rights Council Records for 2010 Review (UPR) of Human Rights in the United States: