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13-03-11 California – Dr. Joe Zernik : Widespread corruption of bankers, attorneys, and judges – Dan Dydzak’s Petition for Extraordinary Writ to SCOTUS [ TLR Note: 1. Overall, writ is coherent, digestible – unlike prior Turduckens. Well done, Dydzak 2. As TLR possesses only partial knowledge of facts and characters mentioned in original suit, it can only vouch (and hereby vouches) for credibility and veracity of familiar factual allegations. In short, Dydzak’s suit has some factual merit. 3. As such, when federal courts (District Court Judge Manuel Real ; Ninth Circuit Judges Mary Murguia and Alfred Goodwin) stoop to such low level in order to deprive a party of most basic and minimal due process is unconscionable, alarming. 4. Since many of original named defendants / chief-judge of federal circuit allegedly orchestrating legal jujitsu against Dydzak are children of Holocaust survivors, anyone left to recite “First they came…” ?]

13-03-11 Dydzak’s SCOTUS Petition, asking for the appointment of a Special Prosecutor in re: widespread corruption of judges and attorney in California.

Among those named in the Petition: Bet Tzedek (The Los Angeles “House of Justice”) and its current and former presidents Sandor Samuels and David Pasternak, also – Allan Rothenberg, USDC Judge Manuel Real… Also Kim Wardlaw. and DC Judges. Ron Branson’s complaint is attached as an Exhibit vs Judge Manuel Real, as well as Propublica investigation of misconduct.

Sandor Samuels, David Pasternak, and Bet Tzedek are RICO ACT defendants in the original Complaint, and they feature prominently also in the Writ (see pages 36,62-63,8,95,101-106,161,253,261).
Bet Tzedek, its current president Sandor Samuels, and its former president David Pasternak also feature in numerous other complaints alleging racketeering.

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