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James Brosnahan, Jill Sperber, John Keker, Keker & Van Nest, Leslie Hatamiya, Oliver North, State Bar of California, Uncategorized

Gert Hirschberg — Hereby Asked to Assess the Veracity of Statements Made by Jill Sperber of the State Bar of California


Jill Sperber
Ms Jill Sperber of the State Bar of California

In reply to a complaint concerning, among others, unsettling financial transaction involving the California Bar Foundation and CaliforniaALL, Sperber wrote:

“No Bar or Foundation funds were used for CAAL creation (AKA CaliforniaALL – by TLR). The State Bar had no involvment with CAAL once it was incoparated and operating.”

“The State Bar Foundation served as CAAL’s escrow holder only to hold fundraising funds before its formal incoparation. Once CAAL was formed as non-profit entity, the funds were paid over to it.”

“Several of the informational items that you list are not factually accurate: to wit, that 1 – CaliforniaALL and the State Bar are bussiness partners. 2- a sub-rosa transfer of funds from the State Bar to CaliforniaALL took place.”

Below, an image which reflects part of the communication, for a complete copy, please see HERE.

Jill Sperber Reply


Contrary to Ms. Sperber’s position, California Bar Foundation (which is owned and controlled by the State Bar of California) acknowledged in its annual report a transfer of $769,247 to CaliforniaALL, see below:

Similarly , below is an image which reflects State Bar of California Foundation (DBA California Bar Foundation) IRS Tax-Return showing a transfer of $774,247 to CaliforniaALL.



Likewise, and notwithstanding Sperber’s fraudulant assertion that “The State Bar had no involvement with CAAL once it was incorporated and operating.” State Bar of California own records provide the State Bar was responsible for designating, appointing, as well as re-appointing some of CaliforniaALL’s board of directors. See below an image which relfects a meeting agenda of State Bar of California Board of Governors.




Moreover, Sperber’s claim that “The State Bar had no involvement with CAAL once it was incorporated and operating” is clearly false as State Bar of California own executive-director (Ms Judy Johnson) served on CaliforniaALL’s Advisory Council alongside Judge Morrison England. See below:

California ALL Advisory CouncilCalifornia ALL BOD


Jill Sperber of the State Bar of California further wrote:

“Several of the informational items that you list are not factually accurate: to wit, that 1 – CaliforniaALL and the State Bar are bussiness partners. 2- a sub-rosa transfer of funds from the State Bar to CaliforniaALL took place.”

As we previously mentioned on TLR, other than in Foundation tax records and a 2 by 2 inch blurb in its 2008 annual report, the State Bar contribution was never mentioned again ? not by the State Bar itself, not in the Cal Bar Journal, not in the Foundation’s “newsroom,” and not by anyone or any publication of CaliforniaALL. See below, California Bar Foundation’s Newsroom, which made no mention of the “hush-hush” sub-rosa transfer to CaliforniaALL

Foundation News Room 2008 - Copy


In 2008, serving as President of the Foundation was Mario Camara. A joint letter published and signed by Camara and Hatamiya also made no mention of the hush-hush transfer. Wasn’t Mr. Camara proud of it, just like he was proud of other money which went to support “pipelines?” After all, CaliforniaALL was also intended to support “pipelines”. See below:

Mario Camara 2008 Foundation - Copy


Below an image taken from CaliforniaALL own newsletter which alludes to the fact that the State Bar of California is a “Founding Partner” of CaliforniaALL. As such, the denial by Jill Sperber that CaliforniaALL and the State Bar of California were not partner of each other is false.

Stingy with credit and despite the transfer of close to $780,000 from the California Bar Foundation to CaliforniaALL, only utility companies are listed as “Founding Funders.” See below:




For a complete set of the above described sources, please see @:


Motives behind above fraudulant claims by Jill Sperber, please see @…

AND @:…


Oh what a tangled web we weave,
When first we practise to deceive!

Sir Walter Scott, Marmion, Canto vi. Stanza 17.
Scottish author & novelist (1771 – 1832)


No Man Is Above The Law

John Keker of Keker & Van Nest


About Leslie Brodie

Leslie Brodie is a reporter, writer, blogger, activist, and a religious leader in the community.


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