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JusticeCalifornia Urges Examination of Former California Chief Justice Ronald George as to “The Shapiro Fund”

JusticeCalifornia, a widely-known commentator on Judicial Council Watcher, is urging Dan Dydzak to examine the circumstances surrounding “The Shapiro Fund” in connection with former chief justice of the State of California, Ronald George.

JusticeCalifornia stated: If you do get to depose George, maybe you can ask him about the Shapiro Fund, and why the gifts were not properly and timely disclosed. Also, did he pay back the loan he took from Shapiro for his retention election? If so, when?

“I can ask about that loan because I personally saw the campaign disclosures revealing the loan, but no paperwork in those disclosures evidencing repayment,” JusticeCalifornia continued.

“Let’s focus on the forest, folks. The SEC verification of very serious problems with top leadership, the selection of the new AOC director, the democratization of the Judicial Council, and making sure the basics are provided to the public– open courts, good judges, court reporters, and court clerks,” JusticeCalifornia concluded.




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