Two recent comments posted on “Judicial Council Watcher” deserve attention.
First, a comment by “Wendy Darling” echoes a remarkably similar realization experienced by the staff members of The Leslie Brodie Report.
Wendy Darling wrote:
“Four or five years ago if anyone had told me, including judges and others that I profoundly respect, that there was institutionalized misconduct going on at the highest levels of judicial branch administration, I would have flat out told them that they were delusional or insane. I simply would not have believed a word of it. After witnessing the ethical violations, misconduct, mismanagement, malfeasance, fraud, corruption, retaliation, and lying first hand, however, and seeing it with my own eyes, it has been the saddest realization of my life that it’s not only true, in all probability it’s worse than anyone truly knows.
It is time for the judges of this state to unite and put a stop to this, and restore honor, ethics and integrity to the California Judicial Branch. It belongs to all of us.
Long live the ACJ.”
Second, a comment by “Mr. Bill” which reads:
“The recent ongoing scandal of CaliforniaALL should be factored into any discussion of the judicial branch’s financial acts. The State Bar, with help from high level judicial branch criminals, was allegedly money laundering public funds into offshore accounts using fake private, nonprofit(s). But the FBI has caught them! The entire judicial branch of state government can no longer be trusted; has lost all integrity”
Is clearly peculiar at the extreme, and should be viewed by Judicial Council Watcher as inappropriate.
In any event, irrespective of whether the allegations are true/false, mentioning the FBI was irresponsible.
Presumably, if the FBI wished to convey information to the public, it would have issued its own press-release.
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