Guest Editorials To Counter Main Stream Media Bias Starting On Judicial Corruption: Full Disclosure Network® Features
Los Angeles, CA The Full Disclosure Network® this week launched an outreach program featuring Op-Ed Rebuttals and Guest Editorial coverage. According to the Network, the new Op-Ed rebuttal pages are intended to counter what they perceive is the mainstream media’s inability to recruit credible contrasting views to editorials featured on their own Op-Ed pages.
The first of two guest editorial articles appear on the Full Disclosure® website at this URL: http://www.fulldisclosure.net/news as of September 15, 2009 and once published will remain available in the archives indefinitely, they are:
*“THE DECEPTION OF CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT JUSTICE RONALD GEORGE”
by Attorney Richard I. Fine: A Rebuttal to the September 14, 2009 Los Angeles Times OP-Ed article written by Chief Justice George. Fine comments on the failure of the Chief Justice to disclose widespread Judicial criminal activity that prompted the California Judicial Council to author Senate Bill SBX2 11 bestowing retroactive criminal immunity for to all California Judges and government officials. URL: http://www.fulldisclosure.net/news/2009/09/deception-of-california-supreme-court.html
*THE DAY THE RULE OF LAW DIED" By Richard I.Fine (Sept.15, 2009)
Court critic Richard I. Fine, provides a personal alarming account of certain Federal and California Court practices that routinely deny due process to Californians, and ignore Judicial and abuse. This Op-Ed piece can be found at the URL:
The prominent 70 year old attorney, Richard I. Fine, worked for 40 years as an Anti-Trust Attorney in the Department of Justice in Washington D.C. and in private practice in Los Angeles and holds a Ph.D in International Law. Fine has been battling corruption in California Courts for over ten years. Mr. Fine has become the target of Judicial scorn and punishment and finally sentenced by L. A. Superior Court Judge indefinitely to Los Angeles County Central Men’s Jail, for civil contempt of court, in solitary “coercive confinement” after he attempted to disqualify the Judge where there was a conflict.
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