Los Angeles Superior Court has Epidemic of Judge approved Fraud, Perjury and Abuse

What does Los Angeles Superior Court not want the public to know? The fact is judges are bribed all the time. It’s no longer about hiring a “good, knowledgeable lawyer” instead it’s about money and hiring a lawyer who has connections to grease the palms of today’s “Scheister Judges” judges who are nothing less than criminals, frauds and liars who got on the bench for one sole reason to fleece the public and take advantage of authority and the role of a public servant. Judges like newly appointed Brenda J. Penny who was obviously appointed judge due to her history of conspiracy and fraud which she ignored and allowed to continue during the decade she was knee deep in probate court corruption. Judge Penny was responsible for the embezzlement of billions of dollars from hard working American’s whose sole issue was they worked hard and saved money. Brenda Penny is an example how government corruption is rewarded and covered up by the mayor and governor of California who prefer dishonesty. It’s always been hidden by the criminals who hide behind fake images of good who are in fact the real… Read More

Justice On Sale: Judges And Multiple Property Reconveyances

by Janet Phelan Several years ago, all of the county’s probate and conservatorship cases were moved to the Redlands Courthouse, and most of these cases were subsequently heard by Judge James M. Welch. Welch at one point in time was the presiding judge of San Bernardino County. Welch was featured in an article in the Sentinel on June 12th of this year in a lengthy exposé regarding questionable business practices by Melodie Z. Scott, a professional fiduciary and conservator for the elderly. Scott is President of C.A.R.E., Inc., located at 25 E. State Street in Redlands, right around the corner from the courthouse. Taking out large sums of money in the form of property loans and later paying them back is one method that a judge might employ to conceal the fact that he or she is being enriched from an outside source. When a judge’s income is inadequate to serve as the source of loan repayments, it is likely that the funds are coming from somewhere else. Judges Involved in Multiple Property Reconveyances JANET PHELAN, September 11, 2009 SAN BERNARDINO, CA — Several years ago, all of the county’s… Read More