The Victims the state of California does not want you to know about

Who judges the judges while government ignores victims These are only a fraction of news articles that 100% exposed the problem of Probate courts but sadly they leave it to the same corrupt criminals when it comes to “REFORM” which always is more FAKE paid jobs for more connected criminals to pretend to oversee and hold accountable the judges, Fiduciaries and lawyers. All lies and failed promised for decades Conservatorship and Guardianship Abuse articles Thank you Citizens Public Safety corruptionmaps THINK IT’S JUST A FEW VICTIMS? THINK LAW, BILLS, CODES, STATUTES protect victims? THINK Government is about protecting victims or the criminals? A FEW OF THOUSANDS IN JUST CALIFORNIA Bishop, Delores Zerada, Castle, Charlie, Carr, Inez America Cohen, Michelle Cook, Reta Copley, Marion Deaton, James Deaton Dell, Francis Edelman, Mary Fairfield, Florry Ferarri, Helen, Frerichs, Elinor Gettinger, Gertrude Golin, Nancy Greene, Clay Guinn, June Henson, Helen, Hererra, Theresa Hoblyn , John Figg, Infererra, Pearl Jones, Helen Klaiber, Sylvia Klublikin, Tanya Lamborn, Jaimie Larabee, Thelma Ledingham, Jeanne Mandell, Peter, Mackay,Joan, Mushet, Dorothy Olivera, Guadalupe Postier, Ruth Price, Stevie Reed, Danny Riordan, Gisele and Rosen, Patricia, Rosenkrant, Stewart Sarhan, Yvonne Shelton, Charlotte Tanaka,… Read More

The Worst Criminals in Society Wear Black Robes, Suits and Badges

On April 5, as a part of the Lake County Sheriff’s Office Leadership Enrichment Series, former FBI Special Agent Terrence Hake was invited to speak on Operation Greylord, an undercover operation in the 1980s to investigate corruption inside the Cook County judicial system. This event was hosted by the Lake County Sheriff’s Office and co-hosted by the 19th Judicial Circuit with members of the Judiciary, Lake County State’s Attorney’s Office, and Lake County Sheriff’s Office in attendance. Operation Greylord lasted over three years in the 1980s and included local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies. During the investigation, 103 people were indicted on corruption-related charges with most of those charged either convicted at trial or by pleading guilty. Hake, while employed as a prosecutor in the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, played an important role in this investigation when he went undercover for the FBI, exposing the corruption occurring in the judicial system. At the conclusion of Operation Greylord, Hake became an FBI Special Agent, graduating from the FBI Academy in 1984 and served as a federal law enforcement officer for 23 years. “It was an honor to host Mr…. Read More