U.S. Supreme Court To Take Up Los Angeles 'Coercive Confinement' Case Set for Hearing April 23, 2010: Online Video Full Disclosure Network® Reports
Washington, April 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A 70 year old Political Prisoner in Los Angeles is going to have his day in court, when the United States Supreme Court holds a conference hearing on the matter of Richard I. Fine vs L.A. County Sheriff Leroy D. Baca. Fine, an anti-trust attorney, submitted an application for a "Stay of Execution" even though he has never been charged with or convicted of a crime, yet has been held in solitary "coercive confinement" in the Los Angeles Central Men's Jail for more than a year.
Representing himself, Fine has filed petitions, motions and writs in all the California and U.S. Courts, without success until now. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg found enough support among her colleagues to warrant serious consideration of Fine's plea for a "Stay of Execution". The Execution being the punishment inflicted by L.A. Superior Court Judge David P. Yaffe for Fine having publicly exposed the corrupt practices of the Judges, the Sheriff and the County.
Full Disclosure Network® presents here six video segments (and preview) of the interview with Fine in L.A. Central Men's Jail conducted on March 10, 2010 where he succinctly describes how he has become a political prisoner in the United States of America.
Six segments (8 min each) can be viewed from links below:
Segment #1 Fine describes from the outset of confinement he was denied his "due process" rights and his ability to file legal actions on his own behalf. http://www.fulldisclosure.net/Programs/560.php?stream=2
Segment #2 Judicial bribery over 20 years was remedied quietly by a 2009 California Senate Bill SBX2 11, providing retroactive criminal immunity from prosecution for Judges and government officials. http://www.fulldisclosure.net/Programs/560.php?stream=3
Segment #3 Penal "Coercive Confinement" presents a legal conflict for LA County with 70 year old Fine who develops health problems during incarceration. http://www.fulldisclosure.net/Programs/560.php?stream=4
Segment #4 Fine describes judicial bribery undermining the election process, how County officials use the budget process to transfer illegal money to the judges who do their bidding. http://www.fulldisclosure.net/Programs/560.php?stream=5
Segment #5 Fine describes his background as a Federal anti-trust prosecutor with the DOJ in Washington D.C., including threats and dangers encountered. http://www.fulldisclosure.net/Programs/560.php?stream=6
Segment #6 Fine describes sources and motives behind judicial bribery along with the destructive impact on American Democracy. http://www.fulldisclosure.net/Programs/560.php?stream=7
SOURCE Full Disclosure Network