Runtime: 00:01:18 (One Minute, Eighteen Seconds)
Video Site: The Attorney Depot™
Please stay tuned to Corrupt Justice™. Stuart Hing having been appointed to the bench by the Governor of the State of California, Corrupt Justice™ recommends that Stuart be REMOVED from the bench by the People of the State of California. Accordingly, Stuart must run for reelection for his bench seat. When the time comes for Stuart to run for reelection, "We The People" will be waiting for him at the ballot box with resounding "NO" votes. Stay tuned and Click here to follow us @ Twitter!
Top News Story!
Posted: 07/11/2008 12:22:51 PM PDT ~ Updated: March 20, 2017 11:52 am PDT
Roseville-Fraser, MI -- Roseville-Fraser Sistrict Judge Catherine Steenland, 41, of the 39th District Court was nearly three times over the legal standard of intoxication following her arrest on suspicion of drunken driving. A Michigan State Police laboratory report of her blood revealed her blood-alcohol content was .23 percent. A criminal complaint was filed recently by the Ogemaw County Prosecutor's Office. Judge Steenland is charged with one count of drunken driving. A Michigan State Police report claims Judge Steenland insisted to a state trooper she wasn't drunk. She insisted that she passed sobriety tests he reported she failed. The police reports were obtained by media sources under the Michigan Freedom of Information Act.
According to the officer's report, Steenland initially told the officer on June 7 (2008) that she had not been drinking. She said she tried to turn the vehicle around in a driveway but backed up too far around, plunging into a ditch. State Police Trooper Jeffrey Short began questioning Steenland about the traffic incident. He asked whether she had been drinking. She said: "You know sir ... I'm a judge." She stated her reputation was on the line. She then admitted she had a couple beers during the day.
Police said the accused judge failed four field sobriety tests, which included at least five attempts to recite the alphabet. She repeatedly declined to take a preliminary breath test. At one point said: "You know what, I'm going home." When the officer told her she wasn't going home, Steenland replied: "You've got to be kidding me." The judge and the state trooper continued to exchange differences about whether she was intoxicated. The incident was witnessed by an Ogemaw County Sheriff's deputy.
In his detailed, 13-page incident report, Short wrote: "Steenland continued to look over to Deputy Girrard hoping he might be able to do something. He let her know there is nothing he can do. She's then asking him to help her out. Deputy Girrard advised he had to support his fellow officer's decision." Upon Short telling her she was under arrest, Steenland said, "No, I'm not," and "I'm leaving." Both law enforcers advised her to not escalate the incident to the point officers would accuse her of resisting and obstructing police. Police reported that she refused verbal commands to place her hands behind her back. She still insisted she had passed the tests. Both officers reached for her hands and handcuffed her. She continued to deny wrongdoing and tried to turn away from police. Short reported: "She then stated she wanted to go to her cabin."
Steenland said she would take the breath test upon being transported to the Ogemaw County Jail. However, state police told her that was "no longer an option." According to the report, Judge Steeland then stated: "Don't you have anything better to do ... god dang." The police report added that she also inquired if police could "un-arrest" her so that she could phone her husband. Steenland's husband is Roseville's city clerk. According to police and the Michigan Secretary of State, the 2003 Chevrolet K-15 in the ditch is registered to him.
Steenland was advised at the lockup of her chemical breath test rights. She refused and told police to get a search warrant. She was quoted as saying: "I'm a judge ... I'm not drunk." Police showed Steenland the search warrant before taking her to West Branch Regional Medical Center to obtain a blood sample. Police reported her as saying: "You don't put much in your search warrants, do you? This wouldn't hold up in our courts."
Ogemaw County Undersheriff Mark Surbrook said Steenland spent nearly seven hours in custody before authorities released her on a $200 cash bond. Steenland's exact blood-alcohol content was not known at the time of her release from custody. This was due to the fact the result of the blood test was pending and her refusal of the chemical breath test. However, a blood-alcohol chart used by the Macomb County Sheriff's Office shows that an adult with a level of .23 percent would need 10 hours, 40 minutes to decrease to a level of .07 percent. .07 percent is just under Michigan's definition of intoxication. Michigan's legal standard of intoxication is .08 percent.
Steenland is scheduled to be arraigned July 17 (2008) before 82nd District Judge Richard Noble. First-offense drunken driving is punishable by up to 93 days in jail plus fines and community service. Her attorney said: "This matter will be dealt with swiftly and the judge (Steenland) will resolve it and go about her professional business." He declined further comment. Steenland was first elected to the 39th District Court in 2002. In 2004, she ran unopposed and was re-elected to a 6-year term. The drunken driving case has not immediately impacted her duties on the bench. Any potential discipline could be recommended by the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission, with the decision vested with the Michigan Supreme Court.
Police in Ogemaw County were alerted about the incident by people seated outside a Lake Ogemaw cabin. They reported hearing a loud explosion and seeing smoke. They saw the Chevy with the rear at the bottom of the ditch at an angle of approximately 75 degrees. An Ontario Provincial Police officer staying at a friend's cabin was among those who spotted the vehicle and talked to Judge Steenland. The Ontario officer, Lee Batte, 52, wrote in part: "She told me she had been drinking all day on her boat and had two glasses of wine with her dinner."
Some onlookers were reluctant to provide written statements to police that night after learning Steenland is a judge. The next day three people provided conflicting accounts about whether Steenland admitted she had been drinking. According to a witness statement written (by a woman identified in the reports as Nicole Tucker, 30): "We asked Cathy if she thought she would be in trouble if the authorities came and she stated that she only had a couple of drinks and that she was fine. She then told us how it was okay, she wasn't going to get in any trouble because she was a judge." One woman told police Steenland claimed she had not been drinking. However, those who saw her suspected otherwise.
Steenland indicated she wanted to return to her cottage by driving the vehicle. She insisted on driving home despite one tire being nearly shredded from the wheel during the unsuccessful attempt to drive the vehicle out of the steep ditch. The vehicle was pulled from the ditch by some passersby before police arrived. Police arrived approximately 16 minutes after the 911 call.
Ogemaw County Prosecutor LaDonna Schultz was not immediately available for comment Thursday. In announcing the warrant last month, Schultz praised police for their handling of a situation involving a judge, saying Steenland received no special treatment.
Posted: 05/01/2013 12:22:51 PM PDT ~ Updated: September 4, 2016 11:52 am PDT
HAYWARD, CA -- A 20-year-old man arrested alongside his twin brother in connection with a March bank robbery in the city will spend less than a year in jail for the crime.
Riley Holmes, of Washington state, and his brother, Wyatt Holmes, were nabbed by Hayward police following the March 6 robbery at a U.S. Bank branch at 31045 Mission Blvd. Riley Holmes pleaded guilty to the charge April 3 at the Hayward Hall of Justice and on Wednesday was sentenced to nine months in jail to be followed by five years' probation.
In addition to jail and probation, Alameda County Superior Court Judge Stuart Hing ordered Holmes to stay away from the bank and forbid him to possess firearms or drugs among other restrictions.
The sentence, approved by the judge, was an agreement between prosecutors and Holmes Assistant Public Defender Richard Foxall. Holmes had faced a minimum of probation and up to five years in prison.
During the sentencing hearing, Foxall said his client was with his twin brother the day of the robbery and that his client took a "pretty dramatic fall" when he was young which may have been a result of his behavior that day, which he referred to as impulsive.
Police said they believed Wyatt Holmes was his brother's getaway driver, but prosecutors found insufficient evidence to charge him with a crime.
Police did a double-take when they arrested the twins after the 1:30 p.m. robbery. Witnesses said a suspect -- later identified as Riley Holmes -- entered the bank, announced a robbery and pointed a gun at a teller. Investigators later determined the weapon was a BB gun.
The teller complied and Holmes ran from the bank with about $739.
At the scene, witnesses gave police a description of the armed suspect and officers spotted Riley Holmes -- a brown-eyed brunette with shaggy hair -- near the intersection of Prestwick Avenue and St. Andrews Street.
He told officers he was looking for his brother, who was driving a silver Honda Accord.
His brother, the brown-eyed, blonde-haired Wyatt Holmes, was stopped about a mile away from the bank near Mission Boulevard and detained for questioning.
Police said he told officers that he and his brother were on a road trip, ran out of money and ended up panhandling in San Francisco.
According to a probable cause affidavit, police uncovered a large sum of money wrapped in a plastic bag and hidden in Riley Holmes' waistband.
Riley Holmes reportedly told officers his brother didn't know about the robbery. Court records also showed that he told police he was sorry and that "the gun was fake."
"[T]he only good n[igger] is a dead n[igger] and they should hang you in the town square to prevent any other n[igger] from coming in the area."
-- July 2011 Statement by Oakland Public Schools Police Chief Pete Sarna, referring to an African-American police officer.
Posted: September 3, 2016 5:12 pm ~ Updated: September 4, 2016 11:52 am PDT
Sugarcreek Township, Ohio -- Brock Turner is a privileged, wealthy, Caucasian Ohio-native. Turner was a star swimmer at the University. He was caught red-handed raping an unconscious woman behind a dumpster near Stanford University in California. Turner laughed and said it was ridiculous he was even being charged for the rape that he was caught in the act of committing. He was convicted of sexual assault and received only three months in jail.
Brock Turner’s parents are scared for their son’s safety. The Turner family has demanded more security due to protesters outside of their house. They’ve asked cops to help them deal with protesters and others who might do him harm. The police say they are going to make sure nothing happens to Turner. Protests outside the Turner home have been completely peaceful.
Law enforcement sources in Ohio say they’re tracking social media to monitor any threatening activity. Law enforcement were vague about actual threats. One police source said: “Everybody is always concerned about death threats.” However, police say whether any threatening activity be from Sugarcreek Township residents, or angry outsiders, they're monitoring. Many Sugarcreek Township residents are unhappy about a sex offender in their ‘hood.
Colin Kaepernick made national headlines after saying he wants to end police brutality and social injustice. The Santa Clara Police Department which has threatened not to work 49ers games and asked Kaepernick to apologize to them. A man just wanting to end police brutality, is being threatened with a refusal of police protection. Meanwhile, the frat bro who brutally raped a woman and laughed about it, ... is getting more protection than normal citizens.
People wonder why Kaepernick sits for the National Anthem? This is why!
Posted: Oct. 8, 2015, 9:46 AM PT ~ Updated: Wed., Oct. 28, 2015, 12:24 PM PT
Los Angeles, CA -- The Los Angeles Police Department is claiming a 15-second promo video posted to Instagram caused two of their officers to kill a man on Saturday night. The man was unarmed. The victim’s name has still not been released. The department has not yet located his family. The attorney who is representing the officers stated that the pair had seen the video in at least two roll call meetings they had attended.
The video was taken from a car behind an LAPD patrol vehicle. The video was posted by Brownside. Brownside is a 1990’s rap group trying to make a comeback. The video footage begins with a Los Angeles police officer getting out of his patrol car. The video shows the LAPD vehicle. The video pans down to show someone holding a revolver. The video shot of the handgun shows it is being held by a person watching the officer. It then cuts back to the patrol vehicle as an officer exits and walks off.
The LAPD took the promo video as a threat. They warned all officers to be on alert during their roll call meetings. The two officers involved in the killing were briefed on the video on Saturday. The briefing included warnings that they may be ambushed from behind. The briefing allegedly spooked them so bad, they killed someone later that evening.
The man allegedly threw a beer bottle through the patrol car vehicle of the officers on Saturday evening. The officers claimed they believed they were being ambushed and shot at. As a result, they shot and killed the man. The officers told investigators that they believed they were under attack due to seeing the video.
“Both officers were very focused on that (the video),” the attorney told media sources. “When the window got blown out, they looked at each other and said, 'We're being shot at.'” The attorney defended their actions by explaining that even if the video was not a threat, there are others who want to hurt police officers. “Officers feel very, very vulnerable out there right now. They feel that at any moment somebody could attack them,” he said. “The officers feel terrible because they were 100% convinced that the guy was shooting at them.”
LAPD acknowledges the video is not a threat. The admit it was simply made as a promo video. "The investigation revealed that the film was made by members of an early 1990s rap group no longer in fashion," an LAPD statement said, and was "posted on social media to ignite a comeback." However, a warrant has been issued for the man seen holding the gun. The search warrant was carried out on his home on Tuesday morning. The department has been in touch with his attorney.
A member of the group named Toker told media sources that his brother is the one in the video. He said the gun is a plastic prop that they had bought earlier in the day for a music video they were making. They also arrested another person involved with the video on an old outstanding warrant involving a property crime.
Posted: July 17, 2015 ~ Updated: Wed., Oct. 28, 2015, 12:24 PM PT
Los Angeles, CA -- A video taken by a homeless resident of Skid Row in Los Angeles captured a disturbing scene where another homeless man in a wheelchair was surrounded by ten LAPD officers, tased, and shot with bean bags.
Police claim that Christopher Zareck, 43, tried to attack them with a pole, but the community and homeless advocacy groups are outraged.
In the witness video, ten officers are seen attempting to take the wheelchair bound Zareck into custody. Three bean bag rounds can be heard being deployed at the helpless man.
Blue Rape Force! Randal Quan
Capt. Banana Boy!
Capt. Banana Boy!
Los Angeles, CA -- In August 2007 Christopher Dorner (pictured left with former Chief William Bratton) accused a field training officer, Sgt. Teresa Evans, of kicking a schizophrenic, demented suspect named Christopher Gettler. Dorner was charged by his own department in 2007 with making false statements to detectives investigating a false complaint he made against a female police sergeant. A Los Angeles police Board of Rights disciplinary hearing included testimony from numerous Los Angeles police and port police officers, according to a 2nd District Court of Appeal document posted online. "The Los Angeles Police Department Board of Rights found that (Dorner's) complaint was false and therefore terminated his employment for making false statements," the document said.
"(Dorner) was visibly upset when he spoke with Capt. Deming, and Capt. Deming believed this was caused by fear of repercussions for reporting misconduct by a training officer," the appellate ruling said. "Because of his fear of repercussions, (Dorner) told Capt. Deming, 'Promise me you won't do anything.'" Dorner later said someone urinated on his equipment bag at the Harbor Division station, but an analysis showed no urine on his jacket.
At Dorner's disciplinary hearing, numerous officers testified about a July 28, 2007, "use of force" incident at the Doubletree Hotel in San Pedro in which Dorner's training officer, Sgt. Teresa Evans, shot a mentally ill man with a Taser gun to subdue him when Dorner and the man struggled and fell into bushes. Other officers and witnesses described the use of force similarly, but Dorner filed a report saying Evans had kicked the man twice in the shoulder and face, and discouraged him from including the information in his police report. Dorner, who graduated from the police academy in February 2006, spent 13 months on a military deployment in 2006. When he returned, he was assigned to the Harbor Division and worked with Evans.
Evans testified that she and Dorner confronted a man on a bench outside the hotel's main door. Evans said the man appeared either mentally ill or under the influence. Dorner told him to stand up, but the man did not comply, so Dorner lifted him up by the arm. As they walked near a planter, the suspect took a swing at Dorner and cussed at him, prompting Evans to pull a Taser gun and call for backup. When Dorner and the man fell into the bushes, Evans shot the man twice with the Taser and Dorner handcuffed him. The suspect had marks on his face, but no boot marks, the document said. Dorner took a long time to write his use of force report, and was told later by Evans in an evaluation that he needed to take less time to write his reports. "Evans also had indicated in an evaluation that appellant needed to improve in the areas of officer safety and common sense and good judgment," the document said.
Dorner, however, testified that Evans kicked the suspect twice in the left collarbone and the left cheek. "Dorner also testified that he was hesitant to report the kicks because when he was in the police academy, he had reported an incident in which two recruits were using a racial epithet against another recruit. He had been shunned by other recruits after that, so he did not want to speak up again," the document said. Detectives investigating Dorner's complaints against Evans found no evidence to support them.
"After reviewing all the evidence, the Board stated that it could not find that the kicks occurred," the document said, siding with testimony of other officers and witnesses. "The Board found that appellant had failed to report the alleged kicks, despite numerous opportunities to do so, and that his testimony regarding his reasons for not reporting the kicks was not credible." The Board suspected Dorner made the false report because he was going to receive an unsatisfactory probationary rating, and found him guilty of making the false charges. Dorner then lost his job. The LAPD Board of Rights ruled in 2008 that Dorner lied — and he was fired for making a false statement. Dorner appealed, but the court upheld the LAPD's decision to terminate him.
On Sunday, February 3, 2013, Dorner allegedly murdered Monica Quan, assistant basketball coach at Cal State Fullerton, and her fiance, Keith Lawrence, as they sat in a car in an Irvine, California, parking lot. The slain coach is the daughter of Randal Quan, a former police captain and attorney who represented Dorner when he was dismissed from the LAPD. Dorner's manifesto mentions Quan.
Los Angeles (Tuesday, July 23, 2002): "The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) is proud to announce the promotion of one of it’s own, Captain Randal Quan (pictured right). On Friday, July 15, 2002, Captain Quan was selected to assume the reigns as the next Chief of Police of the California State University at Pomona. Captain Quan’s most recent assignment within the Los Angeles Police Department was Commanding Officer of Jail Division. He is the first Chinese American to attain the rank of Captain in the history of the LAPD.
Captain Quan initially joined the Los Angeles Police Department as a Reserve Police Officer in 1975, and entered the Police Academy as a recruit officer in 1976. One of Captain Quan’s personal achievements was graduating from the police academy as the number one recruit officer in his academy class. Additionally, his dedication and commitment earned him a Juris Doctor from Southwest University of Law and he is a member of the California State Bar.
Captain Quan joins an impressive list of former LAPD personnel who have left the Department in the past five years to become Chiefs of Police in other communities.
Los Angeles Police Chief, Martin Pomeroy, stated, "the selection of Captain Quan is indicative of the LAPD’s high standard of professionalism and commitment to serve.""
Posted: June 17, 2011 - Updated: June 20, 2011
Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger left office in January after serving seven and one-half years as governor (and appointing Stuart Hing and Tani Cantil-Sakauye as California State Judges). Last month he returned to the spotlight by admitting, in a bombshell announcement, that as a married man of twenty-five years he had fathered a son with a household employee fourteen years earlier. A Field Poll completed earlier this week finds Schwarzenegger's personal image among this state's voters has plummeted to a record low. Three in four California voters (75%) say they now view the former governor negatively, while just 20% view him positively. Unfavorable opinions of Schwarzenegger span all political, geographic and demographic subgroups of the voting population.
Views of the former governor are now more negative than at any time during his tenure as governor. In addition, opinions of Schwarzenegger are considerably lower than current voter assessments of each of his two immediate predecessors, Democrat Gray Davis and Republican Pete Wilson.
Large majorities across all voter subgroups now hold unfavorable views of Schwarzenegger Californians now view Schwarzenegger in a very negative light. Three in four voters (75%) say they currently have an unfavorable opinion of the former governor, while just 20% view him favorably.
This much more negative than positive appraisal spans all political, regional and demographic subgroups of the voting population. Schwarzenegger receives his poorest assessments among voters in his home county of Los Angeles, where just 10% now view him favorably, Democrats (14%), liberals (14%), Latinos and non-whites (15%), women (17%) and voters age 65 or older (17%).
1st (Banana) Filipina-American
"White Supremacist Flunky"
"White Supremacist Flunky"
Posted: 07/21/2010 08:26:15 AM PDT - Updated: 07/23/2010 1:24 PM PDT
"I deeply respect the inspirational and visionary work of Chief Justice Ronald George and hope to build upon it."
-- Banana Tani Cantil-Sakauye on being nominated for "Chief Justice" of the California Supreme Court.
Editor's Note: Ronald George led the California Supreme Court in re-segregating Public Universities in the State of California, under Ward Connerly's Proposition 209 initiative. He also led the California Supreme Court in imposing "Gay Marriage" on the People of the State of California.
"Supporting segregation need not be racist. One can believe in segregation and believe in equality of the races."
- Ward Connerly, on CNN's "Wolf Blitzer Reports," Dec. 13, 2002
"Simply putting students together under the same roof does not necessarily mean that the students will learn together or even interact. Furthermore, it is unclear whether increased interracial contact improves racial attitudes and relations… Some studies have even found that a deterioration in racial attitudes seems to result from racial mixing in schools."
-- Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, in a concurring opinion, voting with the court's majority to outlaw voluntary integration plans in the public schools.
SACRAMENTO—Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger announced today that he is nominating 3rd District Court of Appeal Judge Tani Cantil-Sakauye (Banana, pictured left) to become the next chief justice. If confirmed by voters in November, Cantil-Sakauye would become the first Filipina-American to lead the state's judiciary and would give the California Supreme Court a female majority for the first time in its history. "Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye has a distinguished history of public service and understands that the role of a justice is not to create law, but to independently and fairly interpret and administer the law," Schwarzenegger said in a statement. She would replace Ron George , a moderate Republican who (imposed Gay Marriage on California and) announced his retirement July 14, 2010.
The Sacramento native is a Republican who graduated from the [Regents of the] University of California, Davis School of Law. She's served as an associate justice for the 3rd District since 2005 and previously was a Sacramento County Superior Court judge and a Sacramento Municipal Court judge. In 1997, the year she was appointed by [White racist] Republican Gov. Pete Wilson to the superior court, she started and presided over the first court in Sacramento dedicated to issues of domestic violence, according to a biography on the California courts' website. The governor's office says she has also worked as a legislative and legal affairs secretary for former Republican Gov. George Deukmejian (another white (Armenian) racist) and a deputy district attorney in Sacramento County.
"It is a privilege and a tremendous honor to have the opportunity to serve as chief justice of the California Supreme Court," Cantil-Sakauye said in the statement from the governor's office. "I deeply respect the inspirational and visionary work of Chief Justice Ronald George and hope to build upon it."
The Pacific Legal Foundation (a White racist & [Banana] Asian funded organization) supports Chief Justice Ronald George and his legacy.
Ronald George's Legacy!
In a crippling blow to affirmative action programs throughout the state, the California Supreme Court ruled unanimously (November 31, 2000) that Proposition 209 prohibited cities and counties from using recruitment and outreach programs that focus on women and minorities. The decision is the first time the high court has interpreted the scope of Proposition 209, the 1996 voter-approved initiative that bans state and local governments from giving preference to women and minorities in contracting, hiring and college admissions. (December 2000.) The decision was written by Justice Janice Rogers Brown (a pickaninny appointed to the court by Pete Wilson and ) the only African American [to ever serve] on the court. She was sharply critical of the evolution of affirmative action programs in general[.]
Anti-affirmative action fundamentalists and fervent Asian-American nationalists applaud the fact that more than half of UC (and particularly UC Berkeley, UC San Diego and UCLA) students are Asian. Accordingly, White students now require "Affirmative Action" to be admitted into the University of California. Ward Connerly (profiled below) has been extremely silent on this new "Affirmative Action" policy designed to increase the number of White students in the University of California system.
Affirmative Action for Whites!
SAN FRANCISCO (March 27, 2009) — The University of California's recent eligibility reforms are breeding distrust for the institution among Asian-Americans, several scholars and community leaders said Friday. UC should rescind or delay the changes until Asian-American and Pacific Islander groups comment on them, several speakers said at an Asian Pacific Americans in Higher Education conference in San Francisco's Japantown. The UC Board of Regents adopted the changes last month; they are set to take effect in 2012. Several groups have expressed concern that the new freshman standards will limit the number of Asian-American students attending the 10-campus system. "How can we not be concerned?" said Patrick Hayashi, a retired UC Berkeley and systemwide leader. "The projections show our community will be decimated. We have to keep in mind that these numbers represent real people." The new criteria will eliminate a requirement for SAT single-subject tests, which university leaders have said are a barrier for underprivileged applicants. The reforms also guarantee admissions for fewer students but will allow more to have applications reviewed by admissions officers.
Lawmakers and others have said the university did not seek enough public input before last month's decision, and many have criticized UC for not adequately explaining how they might affect Asian Americans. Legislators plan to hold a hearing on the issue Tuesday in Sacramento. The reforms have led to an increasingly heated debate about how they will affect different ethnic and socioeconomic groups. UC has estimated that the changes will lead to a smaller percentage of Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders in the pool of eligible applicants. White students stand to benefit most.
The university believes the new system is fairer to disadvantaged students, said Nina Robinson, UC's director of policy and external affairs for student affairs. The unhappiness of the Asian-American community is unfortunate, she said. "It's not a surprise that a community that has been so deeply engaged and supportive of UC would be concerned," Robinson told the Bay Area News Group after the conference discussion. "The president would not have supported the policy had he not felt it was fair and created opportunity." Several panelists criticized the university for changing the fundamental structure of UC admissions without first speaking to the Legislature or other groups. The 1960 Master Plan for Higher Education outlined goals for California's public college and university system, making the top one-eighth of high-school graduates eligible for UC. "This is a departure from the Master Plan," said Steve Boilard, higher-education director for the state Legislative Analyst's Office. He said that the university's constitutional independence should not allow it to make changes without a public mandate. The independence "doesn't mean you can do anything and say it's the top one-eighth," he said.
Prison for Black Men!
"Banana" Republic[an] Court!
Before Ming W. Chin (Banana, pictured left) was appointed to the California Supreme Court of California on March 1, 1996 by Governor Pete Wilson had served as the Presiding Justice of the First District Court of Appeal in San Francisco. Justice Chin received his B.A. in political science as well as a doctorate of jurisprudence from the University of San Francisco in 1967. From 1969 to 1971 he served as a deputy D.A. before joining the Oakland law firm of Aiken, Kramer & Cummings. Nowadays, he conducts lectures on the subject of DNA evidence. He lives with his wife, Carol, in the City of Alameda with their two children, Jennifer and Jason.
(Pictured above, left-to-right: Alameda County Superior Court Judge Vernon Nakahara, Banana Justice Ming Chin & his son Banana Alameda County Deputy District Attorney Jason Chin) On September 1, 2008, Stuart Hing (see profile below) was sworn in (as a Corrupt Judge) by California Supreme Court Justice Ming Chin as an Alameda County Superior Court Judge after an Enrobing Ceremony with Hing’s wife, Rhoda, performing the honors. District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley served as the Mistress of Ceremonies. Former Alameda County District Attorney Tom Orloff spoke about Hing’s successful career as a prosecutor.
Between 1989 and 1991, land use consultant Ward Connerly contributed $73,000 to Pete Wilson. In 1993, Wilson returned the favor, appointing Connelly to the University of California's Board of Regents. Together, they brought about the infamous repeal of affirmative action in the University of California. Connerly has stated he is one-fourth black and half-white, with the rest a mix of Irish, French, and Choctaw American Indian (but he opposes mixing of the races). In 1996, Connerly (pictured left) himself a beneficiary of affirmative action through a California set-aside program for minority contractors, was responsible for the passage of Proposition 209, which eliminated the use of affirmative action by the state government in hiring and university admissions. According to the Equal Justice Society, some of his largest contributors included John Moores, Sr., University of California Regents board member and owner of the San Diego Padres ($400,000); Rupert Murdoch, owner of Fox News ($300,000); Joseph Coors, the late Colorado beer baron and founding partner of the Heritage Foundation ($250,000), and William J. Hume, head of the anti-labor San Francisco-based company Basic American Foods ($200,000).
In his successful campaign to eliminate affirmative action in Michigan, he allied himself with Rev. John Raternik, head of the Michigan chapter of the Council of Conservative Citizens (CCC). The CCC, a White supremacist organization, descended from the White Citizens' Councils of the Jim Crow era and is listed as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center. The CCC, which has made the issue of non-White immigration a top priority, has declared America "a European country," opposes "all efforts to mix the races" and refers to Black people as "a retrograde species of humanity." Well-known figures with ties to the CCC include Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee (R-AR), ex-Senator Trent Lott (R-MI), Governor Haley Barbor (R-MI), the late Senator Jesse Helms of North Carolina, former Mississippi Governor Kirk Fordice, and former Alabama Governor Guy Hunt.
Connerly, who supports segregation, welcomed the support of White racist groups in his fight against affirmative action. "If the Ku Klux Klan thinks that equality is right, God bless them," said Connerly. "Thank them for finally reaching the point where logic and reason are being applied, instead of hate." The sentiment against diversity is best characterized by President A. Lawrence Lowell of Harvard, who, in not allowing a Black student to live in the freshman dorms in 1922, told him, "I am sure you will understand why, from the beginning, we have not thought it possible to compel men of different races to reside together." Lowell's ideological heirs are found in the form of Ward Connerly and the members of today's neo-segregationist movement. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas (pictured above, far-left, shaking hands with war criminal, liar and employer of John Yoo, George W. Bush, whose father, George H.W. Bush appointed Clarence Thomas.) perhaps the most prominent jockey of that movement, recently voted with the court's majority to outlaw voluntary integration plans in the public schools. In a concurring opinion, Thomas seemed to channel Lowell when he said that "Simply putting students together under the same roof does not necessarily mean that the students will learn together or even interact. Furthermore, it is unclear whether increased interracial contact improves racial attitudes and relations… Some studies have even found that a deterioration in racial attitudes seems to result from racial mixing in schools."
It is no accident that, according to Columbia University and the Society of American Law Teachers, enrollment for African-American and Mexican-American students in law schools has continuously declined over the past 15 years, despite high scores and grades from applicants of color. And while the legal profession is disproportionately White, the prisons are disproportionately Black and Latino. For the 2008 elections, Connerly headed a campaign that he called "Super Tuesday for Equal Rights", which aimed to dismantle affirmative action programs in five different states via ballot measures. In three of the states, Connerly's measures failed to make it onto the ballot, and in Colorado voters rejected Amendment 46 (or the Colorado Civil Rights Initiative) by a very slim margin. Voters in Nebraska were the only ones to approve a new anti-affirmative action measure, called Initiative 424.
Support for Gay Marriage!
In response to Proposition 8 on California's November 2008 ballot that would ban same-sex marriage (pictured left) in California, Connerly stated, "For anyone to say that this is an issue for people who are gay and that this isn't about civil rights is sadly mistaken. If you really believe in freedom and limited government, to be intellectually consistent and honest you have to oppose efforts of the majority to impose their will on people." Ronald George also supported "Gay Marriage" and criticized California voters for their approval of Proposition 8 (Banana Tani Cantil-Sakauye: "I deeply respect the inspirational and visionary work of Chief Justice Ronald George and hope to build upon it.")
February 13, 2010
Bay Area Rapid Transit's (Johannes Mehserle's employer, bailor and financial suitor) plan for a rail extension to the Oakland International Airport was dealt a major blow Friday when the federal government denied $70 million in economic stimulus funds for the project because of concerns it may discriminate against low-income and minority residents. In a blunt letter, the Federal Transit Administration said it was pulling the plug on the grant because BART cannot possibly meet deadlines for a required analysis to determine whether the $492 million project has discriminatory impacts. The study is required for major transit projects to get federal funds. "I am required to now inform you that the plan is rejected," Peter Rogoff, administrator of the federal agency, wrote in a two-page letter to BART General Manager Dorothy Dugger. Dugger could not be reached immediately for comment, and a BART spokesman said Friday night the agency was preparing a response.
November 22, 2009
BART officials are holding a news conference to answer questions about the arrest of a BART rider by a police officer who slammed the suspect into a glass window at the West Oakland BART station Saturday night. The incident was captured on a YouTube video. We will have the YouTube video up by November 23, 2009.
Updated: July 22, 2010
Stuart "Banana" Hing
Corrupt Judge Stuart Hing (Chinese) of Pleasant Hill (pictured above, left with his wife Rhoda, who also works as a Court Reporter in the Oakland Courts) was appointed to the Alameda County Superior Court bench by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger July 21, 2008. He had been a prosecutor in the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office since 1985. As a [corrupt, lying ] prosecutor, Hing tried 49 criminal jury trials and 37 nonjury trials from misdemeanor to death penalty cases including many high profile cases.
Updated April 7, 2009
OAKLAND, Calif., Mar. 20, 2009 /Christian Newswire/ -- Today the Rev. Walter Hoye of Berkeley, California, was ordered to serve 30 days in county jail by Judge Stuart Hing of the Alameda Superior Court. Rev. Hoye had been found guilty on January 15, 2009, of unlawfully approaching two persons entering an abortion clinic in Oakland. Judge Hing had also ordered him to stay one hundred yards away from the abortion clinic for three years. However, Rev. Hoye refused this term of probation and would not agree to a stay-away order. Therefore, the judge denied the defense motion to stay the sentence pending appeal. Mr Hoye was taken into custody from the courtroom.
C.J. Note: A black man is sentenced to thirty (30) days in jail for advocating for life, yet a white woman receives a fine of $211.00 for taking a life. We at C.J. knew it wouldn't take long for Stuart to show his racism. Mr. Hing is a true "banana."
Corrupt Acts: Stuart Hing is a "yes-man". He is dishonest, suborns perjury and has been involved in numerous cover-ups involving the Corrupt Oakland Police Department. See the June 30, 2004 article "True Justice" "Local [Alameda County] judge's surprising lenience has friends of slain cyclist calling for his robe and gavel." By Will Harper Friends and family of late Oakland musician Matthew Sperry are launching a letter-writing campaign demanding that Alameda County Superior Court Judge John M. True (who is married to US District Court Judge Claudia Wilken, who recently ruled (January 2010) that the Oakland Police Department used "reasonable force" when they shot an unarmed black man in the back) resign after he recently wrist-slapped the driver who hit and killed Sperry with a $211 fine. On a Thursday morning [five] years ago, the 34-year-old Sperry was bicycling to his job at LeapFrog in Emeryville when he was struck and killed by a woman [46-year-old Patricia E. Humphrey of Berkeley,] driving a friend's Ford F150 on a suspended license. Sperry was pronounced dead at the scene. His wife, Stacia Biltekoff, says police never tested the driver to see if she was under the influence. The Deputy District Attorney [at the time of the vehicular manslaughter] Stuart Hing said he couldn't charge Humphrey with manslaughter just because the lethal accident occurred when she wasn't supposed to be driving. (Note: Driving on a suspended license makes it vehicular manslaughter.) Hing says his office asked for the harshest penalty it could under the circumstances -- a misdemeanor for driving on a suspended license. A misdemeanor carries a maximum penalty of six-month jail time and a $1,000 fine. "We asked for the max and didn't plea-bargain," he says.
December 31, 2009
In Contrast: Thirty-nine (39) miles away in San Jose, California, Police have arrested a person (Mexican) in the death of a 20-year-old woman found lying in the middle of a San Jose street on Monday morning. Norma Leticia Martinez (Mexican) was found injured in front of Our Lady Star of the Sea church at 1385 Michigan Ave. at about 6:45 a.m. Monday. It appears Martinez was pulled along the street by a vehicle for at least a block, but it is unclear whether she was dragged or was holding onto the car, according to police. She died hours later at a nearby hospital. Police arrested Jennifer Bautista, 19, (pictured left) on Wednesday night for the murder of 20-year-old Letty Martinez. Formerly a person of interest in Martinez’s death, police are now saying that she is responsible for the death of her ex-girlfriend. After an eight-hour interrogation, Bautista was processed and booked into Santa Clara County jail for homicide. Note: 19-year-old Jennifer Bautista (Mexican), was booked on a murder charge but now faces a lesser charge of vehicular manslaughter. She is being held in Santa Clara County Jail in lieu of $500,000 bail. Parents of Bautista have warrants issued for their arrests! January 11, 2010 San Jose police have arrest warrants for the parents of a 19-year-old Sunnyvale woman charged in connection with the death of her former girlfriend in Alviso after Christmas. Police said they want Wilmar and Elizabeth Bautista for aiding and abetting in connection with the crime, according to San Jose Police Officer Jermaine Thomas. Police are also looking for a purple two-door 1994 Honda registered to Elizabeth Bautista, who is 41. Wilmar Bautista is 44. They said there is damage to the front end and driver's side. The car may be either a Honda Civic or Accord. It is believed Jennifer Bautista was driving the car early on the morning of Dec. 28, 2009 when she allegedly ran over Norma "Leti" Martinez, 20, near her Alviso home. It was only the latest turn in the case. Jennifer Bautista was booked on a murder charge but now faces a lesser charge of vehicular manslaughter. She is being held in Santa Clara County Jail in lieu of $500,000 bail.
Stuart Hing was appointed a judge over well-qualified members of the Judiciary. Mr. Hing graduated from law school in 1985 (University of the Pacific - McGeorge School of Law). Many attorneys who graduated from law school in the 1960's, who were well qualified and awaiting appointment to the Judicial Bench (judgeship) were passed over. Mr. Hing owes his appointment to the following: 1. He an Asian who subscribes to white, right-wing philosopy; 2. Team player mentality (suborns perjury); 3. Dishonesty; 4. His willingness to engage in corrupt activities with other officials; See Hing's attempt to falsely prosecute victims of Oakland Police Department's Brutality. ("The DA of Alameda Country attempted to prosecute 25 people who were arrested at the Port of Oakland on April 7, 2003.") 5. His willingness to engage in back room corrupt judicial deals; 6. His adoption of racism against blacks and hispanics (he's imprisoned thousands); 7. His willingness to continue engaging in corruption from the (judge's) bench; and 8. A reward for engaging in corruption, racism and cronyism. Nepotism: Hing, is the son of former Alameda County Administrator Mel Hing. He was hired by the Alameda County District Attorney in 1985, the same year he graduated from law school. U.C. Berkeley settlement lets anti-Israel protesters off hook Alameda County Deputy District Attorney Stuart Hing granted the protesters factual findings of innocence, which sealed their arrest records. Hing has since testified that he only intended for the young protesters to keep their arrest records clean, but he may not have realized at the time that only 41 of the 78 protesters were students. The move rendered much of the evidence inadmissible for those students who had pending conduct hearings. Mr. Hing will now serve as a judge with other members of the University of California, Board of Regents employee staff. Beware: Mr. Hing is a criminal in all respects and not fit to serve in the American Judiciary. See: Alameda County Corrupt Judges & District Attorneys See: University of California Crime!
"Corruption of Interest!"
The very Iegitimacy of any Regents decision is now in question. Connerly is just one example of an incestuous relationship between former Gov. Pete Wilson and his wealthy, racist California regents. The Data Center in Oakland provides the following list of contributions to ex-Governor Wilson by U.C. Regents who voted to abolish affirmative action: Clair Burgener, Chair of Regents, appointed by Gov. Deukmejian, term expire[d] 2000. Reported minimum wealth: $384,000. Contributed $l.300 to Wilson between 1993 to 1994; Glenn Campbell, Director of Hoover Institute (retired), appointed by Gov. Reagan, reappointed by Gov. Deukmajian, term expire[d] 1996. Reported minimum wealth: $731,000. Contributed $300 to Wilson in 1992; Frank Clark, Jr., Attorney. Appointed by Gov. Brown. Reappointed by Gov. Deukmejian, term expire[d] 2000. Reported minimum wealth $710,000. Contributed $17,125 to Wilson between 1990 to 1994; Ward Connerly, Land Use Consultant, appointed by Wi1son in 1993, term expire[d] 2005. Reported minimum wealth not available. Contributed $73,000 to Wilson between 1989 and 1991; John Davies, Attorney, appointed by Wilson in 1992 term expire[d] 2004. Reported minimum wealth not available. Contributed $17,700 to Wilson between 1989 to 1994; Tirso Del Junco, General Surgeon, former chair of California Republican Party, appointed 1985 by Gov. Deukmejian, term expire[d] 2002. Reported minimum wealth: $1.1 million. Contributed $1,000 to Wilson in I991; S. Sue Johnson, co-owner Johnson Tractor Company, appointed by Gov. Deukmejian, term expire[d] 2002. Reported minimum wealth: $820,000. Contributed $2950 to Wilson between 1989 to 1994; Meredith Khachigian, wife of Wilson's campaign manager Ken Khachigian, appointed by Gov. Deukmejian, term expire[d] 2001. Reported minimum wealth: not available. Contributed $1,000 to Wilson in 1989; Leo Kolligian, attorney, appointed by Gov. Deukmejian, term expire[d] 1997. Reported minimum wealth: $2,764,000. Contributed $1,000 to Wilson in 1989; Howard Leach, agribusiness owner, appointed by Gov. Deukmejian, term expire[d] 2001. Reported minimum wealth: $4,368,000. Contributed $82,340 to Wilson between 1989 to 1994; David Lee, owner of telecommunications company, appointed by Gov. Wilson in 1994, term expire[d] 2006. Reported minimum wealth: not available. Contributed $3,000 to Wilson between 1990 to 1994; S. Stephen Nakashima, attorney, appointed by Gov. Deukmejian in 1989, term expire[d] 2004. Reported minimum wealth: $4,061,000. Contributed $33,500 to Wilson between 1989 to 1993; and Dean Watkins, business executive, appointed by Gov. Reagan reappointed by Gov. Deukmejian, term expire[d] 1996. Reported minimum wealth: $4,000,000. Contributed $4,000 to Wilson between 1989 to 1993. The regents are required by their own charter to make decisions independent of politics, but the anti-affirmative action regents acted as a Political Action Committee for ex-Gov. Pete Wilson. The husband of regent Meredith Khachigian was Pete Wilson's campaign manager. Max Millard reports in The Sun Reporter "Connerly has long been a certified minority contractor for state grants. In May it was revealed that he failed to report more than thirty sources of income from his Sacramento-based consulting business, Connerly and Associates. His amended form showed he had held minority contracts with dozens of cities and counties." Like Justice Clarence Thomas, who was promoted to the supreme court after he destroyed the EEOC (Economic Equal Opportunity Commission) from within, Connerly was saying in effect: "I got mine, screw you."
Reader Pageviews by Country