Former U. S. Prosecutor Richard I. Fine, Ph.D. appears in a video interview. He outlines criminal activity of members of the California Judiciary that qualifies as “organized crime” and explains why their activities should qualify for prosecution under the RICO ACT ( Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act).
Mr. Fine complains about L.A. Judges in particular, and California judges, in general. But the problem of judicial corruption is hardly confined to California. Mr. Fine’s allegations could apply to most judges in most states throughout the U.S..
Most of the allegedly “honorable” men and women sitting on the benches of this country’s “judicial” system are nothing but racketeers. They sit as administrators and employees of private entities rather than officers of the “judicial” branch of the de jure governments of “The States” of the Union.