Full Disclosure Network Cable TV: Stephen Yagman To Be Incarcerated Monday By Friendly Judge?
Los Angeles, CA— According to the U. S. Attorney’s spokesman Thom Mrozek, Federal Judge Stephen V. Wilson is being asked to order the incarceration of convicted Civil Rights Attorney Stephen Yagman who has been free on Appeal following his conviction earlier this year of 19 felony counts, including tax evasion, bankruptcy fraud and money laundering. The hearing in Los Angeles Federal Court is scheduled for Monday, March 17, 2008 at 11 a.m. Judge Wilson had acquitted Yagman on six counts, after the jury conviction on all counts and now is being asked to order incarceration following the denial of Yagman’s appeal.
Full Disclosure Network® is re-releasing two controversial videos featuring Yagman, who is known as a long time foe of the LAPD. In the videos he describes Judge Stephen V. Wilson as a “friend”, having known him for twenty years on the beach in Venice where they both live.
Yagman also describes the Federal and State Court systems and the California Supreme Court as “basically a cesspool” consisting of “six hacks and one wonderful justice”. The controversial Yagman takes on the entire justice system saying that there are ”unfair" Federal Judges who hear Civil Rights cases who are generally unfair to anyone who appears before them
WATCH: THE YAGMAN VIDEOS (links below)
1. Five (5 min) Video on Yagman ’s Acquittal on SIX Counts after conviction http://www.fulldisclosure.net/flash/VideoBlogs/51.php
2. Eight (8 min) INTERNET PREVIEW of 2001 Yagman Interview 24/7 On demand http://www.fulldisclosure.net/flash/yagman.php
WARNING: when describing fellow Civil Rights Attorney Johnny Cochran, Yagman’s choice of words had to be bleeped out for cable television. However, the unedited version can be viewed via streaming video on the Full Disclosure® website and from the preview link above.
Full Disclosure® interviews over the past fifteen years have documented the problems encountered in the criminal justice system from the broad perspectives of law enforcement, judiciary, public defenders, criminal defense and civil rights attorneys. The Full Disclosure Network® is billed as “the news behind the news” on 45 cable systems and Produced by Leslie Dutton and T. J. Johnston.
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