A Yolo County-based Rabbi (“YR”) — a confederate of The Leslie Brodie Network who was recently described in court papers as a man of great principles, ethics, integrity, and spirituality — is mulling ways to assist Marina Del Rey-based legal scholar Dan Dydzak in his quest for justice.
Specifically, in the matter of Daniel David Dydzak v. Cantil-Sakauye, U.S. District Court Judge John C. Coughenour recently declared Dydzak a vexatious litigant who is PROHIBITED from initiating any further litigation in this or any other federal court alleging deprivation of rights under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 or Bivens based on his disbarment without the prior authorization from the presiding judge of the U.S.District Court for the Central District of California.
Following on the heels of Judge Coughenour’s order, YR stated:
“I would like state unequivocally that I am not behind Mr. Dydzak’s lawsuits — not his first suit filed in Orange County and certainly not the second one.
Mr. Dydzak does not consult with me about how he exercises his affairs, nor do I make any suggestions. In fact, I had to use a credit card to pay to download and view his first suit, and learned of the second suit only by reading Judicial Council Watcher, not from Mr. Dydzak himself.
Personally, I have issues with the fact that Mr. Dydzak has filed these actions, and the claims asserted therein. After he filed the suit in Orange County, I spoke with my various confidential sources in Southern California and was told that Mr. Dydzak is highly competent in legal matters, having practiced under Melvin Belli and as a successful sole practitioner in Beverly Hills for 25 years. I was told that he hoped to obtain a quick settlement after filing the Orange County action, which will be orchestrated by Justice Troter of JAMS. In fact, Mr. Dydzak admits as much in his second lawsuit.
In short, Mr. Dydzak acting to serve his own personal interests, unlike my whistle blowing activities which are consistent with the concepts of truth and justice.
The vexatious litigant order is clearly draconian, and as such, I am considering raising funds which will be used to assist Dydzak in either the posting of bond or hiring an attorney.
I would like to also state unequivocally that the following condition will be imposed:
a) no funds whatsoever will be forwarded directly to Dydzak.
b) since Judge Coughenour’s order only applies to suits brought under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 or Bivens based on his disbarment (and presumably does not apply to the many other RICO defendants in matters unrelated to his disbarment i.e. Bet Tzedek, 1st. Century Bank, etc.), no funds will be used to prosecute those defendants.
c) no funds can be used to prosecute any person/entity who is a resident of Central/Northern California.
Even though his suits are a detriment to me, it is not my place to judge him or his belief that he was the victim of grave injustices,” YR concluded.