Summary: This is a preview from a one-hour exposè of the judicial revenge against former U. S. Prosecutor Richard I. Fine, Ph.D. who challenged judicial corruption from his L.A. County jail cell while in solitary “Coercive Confinement”. This 72-year-old public interest attorney exposed government corruption all the way up to the U. S. Supreme Court. He is fighting to restore his law license that was taken from him by the Judges who retaliated. He was used as an example as to how a whistle blowers are treated in the United States.

Judicial Retaliation Behind Disbarment of Richard I. Fine
Segment #1: Former U. S. Prosecutor Richard I. Fine, Ph.D., was disbarred in 2009 from practicing law in retaliation by State Superior Court Judges who he exposed taking illegal double benefits from Los Angeles County while sitting on cases involving him and the county. At the behest of judges and attorneys for a powerful developer proposing a massive project on County-owned property, Fine was disbarred for “moral turpitude” in the State Bar charges. But recent court filings show the State Bar admission that Fine was disbarred for filing “frivolous lawsuits against the judges”. According to Fine, this admission reveals that the action was purely retaliation having him having litigated the illegal payments in Federal Civil Rights lawsuits, which were not held to be frivolous. (See 10-31-11 Reply to 9th Circuit) An emergency bill was passed in Feb. 2009 (Senate Bill SBX2 11) that purportedly gave all California Judges retroactive immunity from criminal prosecution for taking the double benefits which are prohibited by law. That bill is now under attack with the prospect of being overturned. The State Bar reply.

Conflicted Judges, State Bar Move To Destroy Attorney Fine
Segment #2: The California State Bar sent out Notices of Disbarment to other Bar Associations to prevent Richard I. Fine from practicing law in any other jurisdictions, while knowingly obstructing justice, according to Dr. Fines’ court filings. Fine alleges in his court filings. The action of the State Bar was motivated by Fine’s court filings alleging that County payments to judges were considered “bribes” under California and case law as “double benefits” from the County of Los Angeles.

State Bar Admits Fraud In Fine Disbarment
Segment # 3: An admission of fraud, in a Ninth Circuit Appellate Court filing by the State Bar, prompts Richard Fine to raise the issue of extrinsic fraud and obstruction of justice. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Motions Clerk refused to allow any motion filed by former U S Prosecutor Richard I. Set Aside a fraudulent disbarment order. Motions attorney Susan Gelmus tells Fine that the Court refused to allow him to file. Fine is continuing to challenge what he claimed are “VOID” orders of the court.

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