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Top News Story! CIA HACKED!
June 18, 2011
March 5, 2011
CLEVELAND -- Retired Cleveland police officer Robert Bonness (pictured above, center) 53, of Parma, has been sentenced to 52 and a half years in prison by Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Peter Corrigan. Corrigan also ordered Bonness to pay a $15,000 fine and labeled him as a Tier III sex offender, which requires him to register his address with the Cuyahoga County Sheriff's Office every 90 days for life. Bonness, who retired in 2009, pleaded guilty in January to attempted rape, multiple counts of pandering sexually oriented matter involving a minor, possessing material containing nude minors and possessing criminal tools. Prosecutors say Bonness, on the police force for 23 years, used that experience to avoid detection. In addition to a collection of more than 100 pornographic videos involving children, he tried to meet a 12-year-old girl for sex, which ultimately led to his arrest.
According to the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's office, Bonness arranged to meet with a father and daughter for the purpose of having sex with the daughter. In July 2010, Bonness had responded to an ad posted on Craigslist that advertised a dad and daughter interested in a special person. Over the next couple months, Bonness communicated with an undercover Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC) detective, whose profile was the father of the fictitious 12-year-old daughter. Prosecutors say Bonness arranged to meet with the dad and daughter in North Olmsted on Oct. 28, 2010 for sex with the daughter. Bonness drove to the meet location and was arrested inside the hotel.
A search warrant was executed on the car Bonness drove to the meeting location. Officers recovered condoms, lubricant, and sex toys. An additional search warrant was executed at Bonness' home in Parma. Officers recovered his laptop, cameras, firearms with ammunition, and additional sex toys. His computer was confiscated and will be forensically analyzed by ICAC investigators. ICAC members, County Sheriff's Office and Westshore Enforcement Bureau (WEB) SWAT, also assisted with the investigation.
November 1, 2010
CLEVELAND, OH - A 53-year-old retired Cleveland police was arraigned Friday in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court after being charged with traveling to a North Olmsted motel in July to have sex with what he believed was a 12-year-old girl. Robert Bonness (pictured above, center) of Parma, who retired last year after 23 years as a patrolman, was arrested around 3 p.m. Thursday by North Olmsted police and the Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. He was charged officially with attempted rape and possession of criminal tools.
Judge Judith Kilbane Koch set Bonness' bond at $250,000 -- a figure his defense attorney said he wasn't sure his client could meet. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Nov. 8 at 3 p.m. Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Bill Mason, who created the task force in 2000, said authorities started focusing on Bonness on July 11, 2010. Mason said Bonness responded to a task force internet ad from a "father and daughter interested in the right individual for the right experience." Bonness had e-mail conversations with an undercover detective in which he said he desired sex with the undercover detective's 12-year-old fictitious daughter, Mason said. No fee was ever discussed, however, Mason said.
"Those messages were as explicit as can be and very sick." Mason said. "You wouldn't expect something like this from a man with a career like his." Bonness arranged to meet the father and his daughter Thursday in North Olmsted, authorities said. Bonness asked the father to have the daughter dress "innocently" and wear a cheerleading uniform, they said.
Mason said arresting officers described Bonness -- who is twice divorced and currently dating a 40-year-old Ukrainian woman he met over the Internet -- as both "surprised and not surprised" following his arrest at the motel. Authorities were also executing a search warrant to seize Bonness' home computer. Bonness faces up to nine years in prison on the current charges, Mason said.
"I'm certain that after his computer is further analyzed, he'll face further charges," Mason said. "This is a perfect case as to how ICAC should work and we have a 100-percent conviction rate in cases like this." In 1994, Bonness was indicted for felonious assault for assaulting another police officer's wife, but a Cuyahoga County Grand Jury found him innocent. "This case should have no bearing other than perhaps affecting the bond," his attorney said.
Sean Moore Cop-A-Plea! "10-4!"
March 13, 2011
YAKIMA, Wash. -- A former Yakima County sheriff’s deputy pleaded guilty Friday to several felony charges that could land him in prison for more than 10 years. Sean Moore, 37 (pictured left) was accused of bursting into a Selah home and assaulting a woman he knew and her friend in October while on duty and in uniform. Moore pleaded guilty to first- and second-degree assault on the two victims, as well as third-degree rape and residential burglary. He was originally charged with first-degree rape and first-degree burglary. The charges did not include firearm enhancements that would have added a mandatory 10 years to the sentence. Moore would have faced significantly more time if convicted as charged, as well as a lifetime requirement to register as a sex offender. But the plea agreement averted a highly public and emotional trial while guaranteeing the outcome for both sides.
He entered the plea in Yakima County Superior Court before visiting judge Brian Altman, who was brought in from Goldendale after all eight Yakima County judges declined to hear the case. Altman, a Klickitat/Skamania County Superior Court judge, asked at one point whether Moore needed more time to confer with his attorneys. "I’m prepared, your honor," he replied.
Prosecutors said he held his duty pistol to the woman’s head and brandished it at the man during the incident at the house. He was also armed when he returned later in the day and ordered the woman to perform a sex act, prosecutors said.
Prosecuting Attorney Jim Hagarty declined to comment in detail after the hearing, but he said the state would request a sentence of 14 years and three months. The defense can seek a lower sentence. Deputy prosecutor Patti Powers, who assisted Hagarty on the case, told Altman that the plea agreement was reached in consultation with the victims and investigators. Moore’s defense attorney told Altman that some of the facts would have been "hotly contested" at trial, although he acknowledged that prosecutors had sufficient evidence to support the charges.
Moore entered an Alford plea to the rape charge, meaning he did not agree with the charge but conceded he likely would have been convicted at trial. He will be required to register as a sex offender for 10 years once he is released. A sentencing hearing likely won’t take place for several weeks, pending completion of a background investigation in connection with the rape charge. Moore has been in custody since his arrest; his $500,000 bail was revoked upon entry of the plea. He had been on paid administrative leave but resigned Wednesday from the sheriff’s office.
October 28, 2010
YAKIMA, Wash. -- Bail of $500,000 was set Thursday for a Yakima County sheriff's deputy arrested Wednesday night after a woman reported he entered her home and sexually assaulted her while on duty. Deputy Sean Moore, 37, made a preliminary appearance Thursday in Superior Court, where he could face charges of first-degree assault, second-degree rape and first-degree burglary. In seeking the high bail, deputy prosecutor Susan Arb said Moore had apparently been trying to identify the woman's male friend who had been at the house. "The state is quite concerned for the safety of both victims," Arb said, describing the woman in particular as "truly frightened."
The Sheriff's Office has started a separate internal investigation to determine whether Moore (pictured left) violated any department policies. "We're saddened that this type of situation has occurred and we just can't say much more than that," said Sheriff Ken Irwin, who briefly visited Moore at the county jail after his arrest. Moore, a seven-year deputy who was working and in uniform at the time of the incident, and the woman were well known to one another, according to the Selah police report filed in court to support the arrest. Corrupt Justice™ does not name the reported victims of sexual assaults.
According to the report, the woman told police that he entered her Selah home early Sunday while she and a friend were sleeping. The report said Moore pointed his duty pistol at her and asked the friend, "How would you like to see her die?" She said Moore demanded the friend leave as he repeatedly punched her in the back of the head, according to the report. Moore then got into his patrol car and told the other man, who had been walking to his truck, that he'd arrest him if he didn't accept a ride, the report said. The man refused and, according to the report, Moore drove away when the man said he would report the incident to the Sheriff's Office. The patrol car's GPS locator system shows that it was parked near the home when the woman said the incident took place, according to police.
The friend stayed the night at the house because the woman said she feared for her life, the report said. The woman said Moore returned later in the morning after the friend had left. She said he again pointed the gun at her head and asked if she wanted to die, according to the report. She reported she was kicked, hit and choked before engaging in sex out of fear for her life, the report said.
The report also said she told police there'd been numerous previous incidents of domestic violence and that Moore had become increasingly aggressive after being involved in an on-duty shooting in 2004. Moore shot and wounded a suspect who rammed his patrol car while fleeing a minor traffic accident on North Wenas Road outside of Selah in July 2004. The suspect shot at Moore and another deputy before they returned fire. Irwin awarded both deputies the department's Medal of Valor. Irwin said Moore underwent standard post-incident counseling and a psychological review, which found him fit for duty. There had not been any sign of problems related to the shooting since then, Irwin said.
One of Yakima's most senior criminal defense attorneys, appeared with Moore at Thursday's hearing, although he told District Judge Rod Fitch, who was presiding, it was unclear yet whether he would be retained for the case. He declined to comment outside the courtroom. The attorney who is not related to Deputy Moore, once represented a former Yakima police lieutenant who claimed that his fatal shooting of a robbery suspect in 1975 led to post-traumatic stress disorder and financial misdoings that resulted in a conviction on theft charges.
Selah police Chief Stacy Dwarshius said Selah police started hearing rumors of the Sunday incident on Monday from friends of the victims who were concerned that it had not been reported. Officers started trying to find the woman to make sure she was all right. The friend was the first to be located, on Tuesday evening, and the woman came to the police station Wednesday to give a statement, Dwarshius said. Moore turned himself in at the police station on Wednesday evening and was booked into jail. Officers, who have been working heavy overtime on the case, are continuing to gather evidence, including medical and phone records, Dwarshius said.
A gun safe and separate locked case were seized from Moore's home in Yakima, but officers were waiting Thursday afternoon for another search warrant to confirm whether any weapons were stored in the containers. Yakima police confirmed Moore is a member of the department's SWAT team, which includes a few sheriff's deputies. His SWAT gear has been confiscated because of the arrest, police said. Moore, who was a Wapato officer before joining the Sheriff's Office, has spent his career in the patrol division. Irwin could not recall any disciplinary complaints on Moore's record, but he said he had not had an opporunity to review the deputy's personnel file.
County Prosecuting Attorney Jim Hagarty said his office was arranging to transfer the case to prosecutors in another county to eliminate any potential for a conflict of interest. Hagarty repeatedly declined to say what distinguished the Moore case from allegations against a Yakima police officer accused of barging into a woman's home and assaulting her. Hagarty kept that case in his office, where it has been under review for months. That lack of action has drawn criticism from attorneys representing both the woman and the Yakima Police Patrolman's Association, the union that represents rank-and-file police officers. Reported in January, the case was investigated by the State Patrol, which wrapped up its investigation in March and sent it to Hagarty. Earlier this month, Hagarty said his office has twice asked for additional investigation. He didn't say when.
City officials say they're waiting for Hagarty's criminal investigation to be completed in order to preserve the officer's rights against self-incrimination, and to give the city a clear understanding of the facts before it starts its own internal discipline case.
Jesus Manuel Sanchez
December 15, 2009
A Salinas police officer and former Alisal High School soccer coach waived his right to a preliminary hearing Tuesday and was ordered to proceed to trial, his defense lawyer said today. Officer Jesus Manuel Sanchez, a 10-year veteran of the Police Department, was arrested in July on suspicion of three counts of sexual assault with intent to rape. Prosecutors opted to charge Sanchez with two counts of sexual battery instead. If convicted of those two counts, he faces a maximum prison term of five years. Officer Sanchez is represented by a private Salinas attorney. He said Sanchez is expected to appear in court Jan. 12, 2010.
Sanchez (pictured left) is charged with committing the crime against the same woman twice over a three-year span between May 1, 2002, and May 31, 2005. He is accused of committing the crimes near Sherwood Hall and at El Sausal Middle School, part of the Salinas Union High School District. Sanchez was the coach of the Alisal High School boys varsity soccer team for five years before leaving the position in 2008. During his coaching years, Sanchez was named The Salinas Californian's All-County Boys Coach of the Year four times.
July 7, 2009
A 10-year veteran of the Salinas police department has been arrested on suspicion of repeatedly assaulting a woman with the intention to rape her while in uniform and on duty. The Monterey County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that Salinas police Officer Jesus Manuel Sanchez was arrested Monday night, July 6, 2009. Sanchez, 34, was arrested by the Salinas Police Department about 8 p.m on suspicion of assault with the intent to commit mayhem or a specified sex offense including rape, sodomy or oral copulation.
The Sheriff's Office said Sanchez has since posted the $300,000 bail. He is scheduled to appear in court on July 15, 2009. Sanchez worked for the Sheriff's Office as a deputy in 1998. Salinas police said they will release additional information at a press conference at 2 p.m. at the City Hall Rotunda.
Sanchez stepped down as the Alisal boys soccer coach after five seasons in 2008. While coaching the Trojans, he won four league championships (three straight in the Monterey Bay League) and the school’s first Tri-County Athletic League title in 2008) — all with unbeaten records — and took his team to three CCS Division I semifinals and one final. In 56 league matches, which included three years in the MBL and two in the T-CAL, the Trojans lost just once under Sanchez’s guidance. He was The Salinas Californian’s All-County Boys Coach of the Year four times.
Paul Alonzo Ewing
July 2, 2009
NORFOLK, VA — Paul Alonzo Ewing, age 38, of Portsmouth, pled guilty today (7-2-09) in Norfolk federal court to a three count Criminal Information charging him with possession of child pornography. Dana J. Boente, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, made the announcement after Ewing pled guilty before United States District Judge Jerome B. Friedman. Ewing will be sentenced on September 25, 2009 by Judge Friedman.
According to court documents and in the proceedings today, on September 29, 2008, Portsmouth Police seized personal computers and other media from Ewing’s residence pursuant to a search warrant. At the time of the seizure, Ewing (pictured left) was a police officer with the Portsmouth Police Department. An analysis of Ewing’s computers and a thumb drive revealed at least 150 images of a known victim of child pornography.
Ewing resigned in October (2008) shortly after his arrest. He was a former sheriff's deputy and four-year police veteran who won a lifesaving award in 2007.
Following the initial investigation by the Portsmouth Police Department, the Federal Bureau of Investigation assumed jurisdiction of the case for further investigation. Virginia Beach Commonwealth’s Attorney Harvey L. Bryant was appointed by the Portsmouth Circuit Court to prosecute the case due to a conflict between Portsmouth Commonwealth’s Attorney Earl Mobley, and Ewing. Virginia Beach Senior Commonwealth’s Attorney Charles Griffith, Jr., cross-designated as a Special Assistant United States Attorney, along with Assistant United States Attorney Melissa E. O’Boyle are prosecuting the case on behalf of the United States.
Ewing, 38, was arrested in September 2008 and charged with rape after a 17-year-old girl complained that he forced her to have sex with him and took explicit photos of her several times in the previous year, court records showed. Police seized from his home cell phones, computers and computer equipment, guns and knives, according to the records.
In December (2008) a Portsmouth grand jury indicted Ewing on five counts each of taking indecent liberties by sexually abusing a minor while in a custodial or supervisory relationship, and of participating in the production of child pornography, all between April 2006 and September 2008.
Prosecution of the state indictments is on hold until after disposition of the federal charges, said Amanda Herman of the Virginia Beach commonwealth's attorney's office. Senior Commonwealth's Attorney Chuck Griffith from that office was appointed special prosecutor for the state charges. Prosecution of the original rape charge were dropped in December (2008) at a preliminary hearing in Portsmouth Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court, Herman said.
July 1, 2009
Court documents show that a police officer for the Maryland Transit Administration was charged last week with raping a 15-year-old Elkridge girl who asked for help getting home from a light rail station in Linthicum.
On June 24, Baltimore City police charged Officer Donald Brown, 37, of Baltimore with first-degree rape, kidnapping a child under age 16 and other offenses. He's being held on $500,000 bond.
According to the girl's statement to police, she got lost on the light rail on June 20 and asked three officers for help. An officer said he would help her get home, but instead took her to his apartment in downtown Baltimore.
According to charging documents, the girl said the officer began to touch her inappropriately and that she told him to stop, but he got angry. He was wearing his gun belt, and she then complied.
Billy Ray White
June 30, 2009
Three years after Billy Ray White, a former Louisville Metro Police officer, was convicted of raping a woman in front of her 9-month-old daughter and sentenced to 12 years in prison, he was back in court Tuesday preparing for a potential retrial. Last year the Kentucky Court of Appeals threw out White's conviction and ordered a new trial, while also limiting the evidence prosecutors could use against him. On Tuesday, Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney Jon Heck and White's attorney, Steve Schroering, asked Jefferson Circuit Court Judge McKay Chauvin for a new trial date but noted that they were trying to work out a plea agreement. White remains in jail in lieu of $50,000 bail.
Chauvin did not set a trial date, instead asking both parties to try to resolve the case. He set another court hearing for July 30.
In February 2006, a Jefferson Circuit Court jury found White guilty of rape, intimidating a participant in a legal process, tampering and official misconduct. But the state appeals court ruled that White's request for separate trials for the alleged rape of Mary Shannon Franklin in 2004 and the official misconduct, tampering and intimidation charges, which involved a different victim and a separate incident, was wrongly denied by then-Circuit Court Judge Tom Wine.
In the rape case, according to the appeals court ruling, White is accused of using violent force — allegedly slamming Franklin into a door.
The other charges involved White having consensual sex with a woman he arrested for shoplifting. As a patrol officer on June 20, 2003, White charged Nada Divine with theft at a Wal-Mart on Dixie Highway. Divine told police that White later called her and said he could take care of the case. After meeting with him and having sex, Divine testified, she went to court and found her case wasn't on the docket.
The appeals court also ruled that prosecutors should not have been allowed to introduce a "parade" of female witnesses who described White as an "adulterous lecher who was constantly on the prowl to use his uniform in furtherance of his lust," according to the ruling.
While the evidence showed White was an "embarrassment and a disgrace to his family and to the many fine officers who protect and serve the people of Jefferson County," it did not prove he had a propensity to commit rape and prejudiced the jury against him, the three-court panel ruled.
Wine, who is now an appeals court judge, was not part of the panel in the White case.
Heck said he will talk to Franklin about how the appellate court decision would affect the retrial and will possibly work out a plea agreement with White. Schroering said White could be sentenced to as much as 20 years in prison if convicted.
"We're certainly going to take a shot at resolving the case" before trial, he said.
June 30, 2009
Andrew Warren, A CIA station chief charged with raping an unconscious Algerian woman last year surrendered to federal agents on Tuesday, June 30, 2009 outside a Washington federal courthouse. Andrew Warren, 41, was fired from the CIA this year, according to agency spokesman George Little. Warren's attorney, Mark David Hunter, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that Warren will be proved innocent. "The charges are shaky at best, and he will be vindicated," said Hunter. "Andrew has fought and preserved the rights and freedoms of our country." A grand jury issued a one-count indictment against Warren on June 18, 2009 that was unsealed on [June 30, 2009]. If convicted he faces up to life in prison, according the Justice Department.
Two Algerian women came forward separately in 2008 to say they had been sexually assaulted by Warren while at his home in Algiers, according to papers filed in federal court in January by a State Department investigator. One of the Algerian women claimed that she was drinking at a party at Warren's home when something made her ill and she passed out, according to the State Department investigation. She awoke believing she had had intercourse, but with no memory of having done so. The indictment says the alleged victim was not conscious at the time of the Feb. 18, 2008, assault. Warren had been assigned to Algiers since 2007. He was removed in October 2008.
The CIA station chief is the most senior U.S. intelligence officer in a country, overseeing intelligence operations and advising the ambassador. The CIA would not confirm Warren's title. However, congressional and intelligence officials say he was the station chief. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to disclose the information.
January 31, 2008 (CNN)
Queens DA Richard Brown announced an off-duty NYPD detective and his girlfriend were charged with promoting the prostitution of a 13-year-old Brooklyn runaway. Brown said, “This case is every parent and every child’s worst nightmare – made even more frightening by the fact that one of the defendants is a police officer who swore to uphold the law and protect the community he serves.” Apparently the 13-year-old, after running away, was found by someone who then "sold" her to Brown for $500, to work as a prostitute.
It was only after the pair sold the teen to another pimp on Long Island that she ran away and eventually spoke to police. She described Taylor's van, in which she'd been driven from party to party, and when cops spotted it they made the arrest.
Detective Wayne Taylor (pictured left) and a woman he claim[ed] was his wife, Zelika Brown, were also accused of pimping other teenage girls. Detective Wayne Taylor was picked up with his gal-pal madam in Jamaica, Queens, as they drove a 17-year-old girl to a hotel for a strip party and sex with several men, cops said. They were, [per the media], "at a Holiday Inn near JFK Airport where they had ordered a prostitute to slap the [13-year-old] for talking to clients too much."
The girl was held in Taylor and Brown's home in Jamaica, Queens between January 10 and January 27, 2008 until they "sold" [her] to another pimp on Long Island, where she ran away ran away and told the police. The tip that led to their arrests came from a 13-year-old Bedford-Stuyvesant runaway who had also been pressed into service by Taylor and from another, unidentified pimp, according to authorities. After returning home a few days ago, the Brooklyn girl told her parents, and then cops, that on Jan. 10,2008 she met a pimp named "Drama" who got her into the business of dancing for money at parties, Queens DA Richard Brown said. Drama took the girl to a madam named "Mommy Z," who "bought" the teen for $500, she told cops. Mommy Z turned out to be Taylor's girlfriend, Zelika Brown, 28, officials said.
Taylor, 35, a cop since 1994, and Brown, began bringing her to strip and bachelor parties, and the officer told her to say she was 19 if anyone asked, the DA said. Prices at the sordid soirees ran from $40 for oral sex to $80 for intercourse. Brown, who has a tattoo on her back that reads "Wayne," allegedly told police she was running the prostitution business and Taylor would "watch out" for her while her girls were working. Taylor told cops that Brown just ran an "exotic dance" business. The alleged madam at least once chastised the 13-year-old for not earning enough money and slammed her head into the floor, prosecutors said. Taylor allegedly told the victim that if she failed to earn more money or tried to leave his Jamaica home, he would force her to work on the streets.
Sources said Taylor, on modified assignment at the Housing Bureau for misusing an NYPD vehicle, had long been a target of Internal Affairs, which was probing allegations he was involved in drug activity. His girlfriend was also already under investigation - by the FBI for "human trafficking," law-enforcement sources said. Taylor and Brown are charged with promoting prostitution, endangering the welfare of a child, kidnapping and unlawful imprisonment. They were held last night in lieu of $250,000 bail each. Lawyers for both denied the charges.
A third suspect, Krystal Tudy, 18 - who wears a "Mommy Z" tattoo - was charged with promoting prostitution and held in lieu of $50,000 bail.
Cops & Domestic Violence
• Wife Killing Cops! - Part I
• Wife Killing Cops! - Part II
• Deputy Paul R. Kovacich, Wife Killer
Oakland, California Police Department
• Officer Pat Gonzales: Racist, Murderous Oakland Police Officer - 3 Killings
• Officer Hector Jimenez: Racist, Murderous Oakland Police Officer - 2 Killings
• Captain Edward Poulson, OPD(Beating Death of Suspect (2000) Promoted in 2008)
• Investigator interfered in police probes of former bakery CEO
• Oakland Police Department, Corrupt, I
• Oakland, California Police Department, Corruption, II
• Oakland Police Department, III
• Oakland Police Department, IV
• Oakland Police Department, V - Major Corruption
• Jeff Loman, Deputy Chief, OPD(Updated: Re-instated as a (demoted) Lieutenant)
• Deborah Edgerly, Corrupt former Oakland City Administrator
Oakland, CA Transit Cop Shooting
• Mehserle Makes Bail!!!(Updated May 18, 2009) January 1, 2009 Murder of Unarmed Black Man, shot once (1) in the back!!)
• Tony Pirone, B.P.D.(Mehserle Accomplice - Jan. 1, 2009 Homicide)
• Johannes Mehserle, Killer Cop(Oakland's New Year's (2009) Transit Killer Cop)
• The B.A.R.T. Shooting Investigation(The Investigation of Oakland's New Year's (2009) Transit Killer Cop)
• The B.A.R.T. Aftermath (The Oakland Riots New (2009))
• B.A.R.T. Police, Racism, Homicide(Video of The Oakland New Year's Day (2009) Transit Shooting )
Cops that Sexually Offend
• Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part I)
• Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part II)
• Sexually Offensive Cops! (Part III)
• Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part IV)
• Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part V)
• Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part VI)
• Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part VII)
• Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part VIII)
• Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part IX)
• Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part X)
• Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part XI)
• Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part XII)
• Cops that Sexually Offend! (Part XIII)
Sexually Offensive Judges
• Judge Jack Gifford, Retired, Solicitation
• Judge Ronald C. Kline, Child Pornography
• Chief U.S. District Judge Edward Nottingham, Solicitation
Judges of Interest
• James J. Marchiano, Corrupt Judge
• Stuart Hing, Corrupt Judge (Recent Appointment)
• Douglas E. Swager, Corrupt Judge
• Martin Jenkins, Corrupt Judge ("Uncle Tom")
• David Bernard Flinn, Corrupt Judge
• John T. Noonan, Corrupt Judge of the 9th Circuit
• Former Judge Ralph B. Robertson, Racist
• Judge Kenneth R. Kingsbury, Ret., Racist, Corrupt
• Corrupt Judges, Frame-ups & Graft
• Judges of the Regents of the University of California
1. Landlord-Tenant Law
4. Real Estate Law
5. Bankruptcy Law
6. Re-Zoo-May (Resume/Employment)
7. Family Law (Divorce, Custody Child Support)