Will Rosie O’Donnell Support Michele Rounds with “Child Support”?

Department of Child Support Services, DCSS, was originally put in place to collect back child support for children who were receiving government aid. The government in essence had loaned money to help poor families who were unable to collect court ordered child support.

With matching Title IV-D funds being split between the states depending on how much child support is collected by DCSS, the child support agency workers, highly paid attorneys, are becoming more aggressive in getting their piece of the pie.

California is a wealthy state and opportunities abound to separate children from parents, then charge the non-custodial parent to have the other parent, or even grandparent, keep the kids.

If you have not been through the system, you probably think I am crazy. I have been seen by several psychiatrists, and the only diagnosis given is depressed and anxious. Depressed and anxious is not crazy.

Several parents who were estranged from their children by an apparently corrupt court have shared their case files and personal time with me. They are articulate, don’t use drugs or alcohol when around me, have advanced degrees in psychology and teaching, have been bank vice presidents and most are faithful Christians.

According to stories in gossip media, Rosie O’Donnell’s estranged wife, Michelle Rounds is claiming Rosie has a drug and alcohol problem that makes parenting impossible.

Okay, so Michelle meets this other lesbian woman who has four children already, three adopted and one by artificial insemination. She falls in love, signs a pre-nup and marries. Then she specifically goes out and adopts a fifth child.

Was Rosie abstaining from drugs and alcohol all this time? What did Michelle Rounds write on her adoption application about her spouse?

I know a wonderful woman, a devout Christian, the director of probation for a large county, who was denied adoption because she was single. The paper work is pretty stringent. So, what did Michelle Rounds write, probably under penalty of perjury, about Rosie O’Donnell?

It seems more likely to me that Ms. Rounds is a gold-digger and will use the legal system and an innocent child to get a big pay-day. The sick thing is, the judges and DCSS will be right there, hands out, ready to grab as much money as they can from one mother of this child, to give to the other mother and pay their own salaries.

Is that really in the “best interest of the child”?

Advertisements

Child Support should benefit the Children: Open Letter to CSSD Attorney Alexandra Bauer

Alexandra Bauer, Chief Attorney and Roye Randall

County of Los Angeles Child Support Services Department

20221 S. Hamilton Avenue, Torrance, CA 90502

April 28, 2015

Dear Counsel,

This is a proposal that will fulfil the purpose and letter of the law as concerning child support arrears allegedly owed by me. Cooperation from Roye Randall may be used as a mitigating factor in the ethical violations against her which have been reported to the California State Bar.

As Ms. Randall wrote, the underlying family law case is “tortured”.

The file for PD 016769 is missing, again. The Court in Los Angeles ordered the case to be transferred to San Diego on July 21, 2014 and again on February 5, 2015. Ms. Randall made ex parte application for a writ of execution in Los Angeles in December 2014, knowing the case was transferred to San Diego, but forum shopping. The proper procedure, as per CCP 399(a) would have been for CSSD to pay the cost of the transfer and then collect those costs, if appropriate. It was not proper to proceed in Los Angeles, and now I am forced to file another appeal.

Also, the ROA printout submitted by Ms. Randall does not have a record of the May 2008 motions for disqualification of Commissioner Alan Friedenthal for an appearance of bias. I filed two such motions on May 6 and May 16. Both were denied. I proceeded with a petition for writ of mandate, which was denied, but the record at the appellate court was not destroyed. Three years later, the Commission on Judicial Performance convinced the California Supreme Court that I was correct; there was an appearance of bias and embroilment by the judicial officer who wrote the child custody order the child support order is based on. I had zero percent of the time with my younger son, and no contact. (There was supposed to be monitored visits with the judicial officer’s neighbor, Michael Howard, but those were frustrated by Timothy Lynn and his parents.)

I have a copy of emails from Timothy Lynn’s mother to minor’s counsel Kenneth P. Sherman stating that custody was transferred to Timothy for child support purposes only, and that Branden would continue to live with James and Helen Lynn (and their convicted child abductor daughter, Crystel Strelioff).

There are witnesses, including Branden Lynn, that Branden lived with Helen and James Lynn four nights per week and with Branden’s girlfriend’s family three nights a week. Branden was not given driver’s education, and did not have his driver’s license when he came to live with me on his 18th birthday.

Child support is to benefit the children. It is not “spousal support”.  I believe the child support ordered against me was in anticipation of my receiving a future inheritance. My lifestyle was, and is, quite modest. I give most of the money available to me to my children. When my mother as trustee of a family trust gifted a portion of two properties to me, I gifted those properties to my children.

Perhaps the reason Commissioner Friedenthal appeared to be biased and embroiled in my case had to do with his lifetime friendship with my sister’s husband. When Commissioner Friedenthal made his unjust rulings, my parents were convinced by my sister to change their trust. My children were cut off from any further inheritance, supposedly to protect the money from going to Timothy Lynn. The effect was a much larger inheritance to my sister’s children, and perhaps some kind of kick-back to Commissioner Friedenthal.

It is just to ensure any child support is used for the benefit of the children, whether they are minors or adults. My suggestion is to joinder the children into PD 016769 and move the court to order all child support arrears be paid directly to Sean and Branden Lynn.

I am not an attorney, so I suggest Ms. Randall represent the children pro-bono in repentance of lying to the court in SDSC 37-2013-00041919 in an attempt to be heard ex parte on April 17, 2015. A copy of the first pages of the transcript of that hearing are attached. Ms. Randall has no disciplinary record since being evicted from her Harvard dormitory in 1976 for disorderly conduct (according to the Harvard Crimson), so we can hope this was an isolated transgression.

Even though I believe the child support orders are void, I intend to give the bulk of my inheritance to my children anyhow, so I will not need to protect my rights in court.

Timothy Lynn has now committed another fraud on the court by filing a stipulation for custody of Sean’s children and not serving Sean with a copy. Timothy Lynn and his girlfriend Meredith Zamboni were also practicing law without a license by preparing legal documents and having Sean sign them. It is likely Timothy intends to sue Sean for child support next. Perhaps CSSD can use their influence to have charges filed on Timothy Lynn, to encourage him to cease and desist from abusing the courts and his issue.

Thank you for your anticipated cooperation in ensuring justice,

Laura Lynn

LL is Back by Unpopular Demand

UPDATE: My second blog was taken down. You can read court docs in that case online at http://www.sdcourt.ca.gov and clicking on the register of actions, then finding 37-2013-00041919. I won an arbitration award against someone represented by an attorney, but when I collect the $171,000, CSSD intends to grab it to pay Timothy Lynn, et al.

It seems that friends of Friedenthal want to help out their old chum, and are ruling against Laura Lynn with bias in San Diego Superior Court.

So, here she goes again…Click on the link and subscribe to Laura’s new blog that started as a real estate fraud type blog but is now about all kinds of corruption, including Court Corruption.

Laura’s new tag, created with another victim of court abuse, is Gangster Girls: The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help them God.

Shannon Knight beats Commissioner Debra Losnick for Judge

I am sorry this news is a couple days late.

It is with gratitude and joy that I announce that the voters of Los Angeles made the choice to elect Shannon Knight as judge. Though Debra Losnick can still wreck havoc on innocent lives as a commissioner in dependency court, there is still some feeling of victory here.

Bless Our Children

An often quoted verse of the Bible is John 3:16.

“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”

Unfortunately most people, Christians included, misinterpret this verse. They use their human experience and understanding to think about how each of us presumably bestows our own flesh and blood children with deep love and commitment.

First, we know a multitude do not give their own children love. From my own experience, I know my children’s biological father does not love his kids. If he did, he would not have taken away their mother to avenge his own wounded ego. And my own mother has always told me I am unlovable. Recently, after the death of my biological father, my mother withdrew even the pretense of love – her financial support and her inclusion of me in family gatherings.

But my own experience of lack of love from a biological parent pales in comparison to those who suffer beatings, incest and abandonment from the parents who begot them.

I think the word “begotten” is in John 3:16 to distinguish Christ from the rest of God’s children. It is not that God loves Christ more than he loves any one of us. It is that he loves us all just the same. He even chose the begotten one as a sacrifice – not wanting that any of us should perish.

God loves all his children: the black ones, the white ones, the ones of Jewish blood, the gentiles. He loves the smart ones, the simple, the financially wealthy and the poor. In fact it is easier for the poor and meek to enter into the Kingdom of Heaven – they can turn to God and realize all they have is from him easier than the children who were gifted with worldly goods and talents.

God loves all his children. We are called to love one another, regardless of who our earthly seed was from.

If it is difficult for you to care for a child because he is from the seed or the womb of your “enemy”, just go back 14 generations times four and you will find we are all from the same family.

“God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”

 

Just One More Reason Why You Should Vote Shannon Knight For Judge

Thank you to attorney Patricia Barry for posting the following comment on a story about judicial candidate Debra Losnick. Readers asked for it to gain prominence, so here it is as a stand alone article:

I am an attorney with direct knowledge of Comm Losnick’s unethical misconduct on the bench.

In Yolanda Cuesta’s case Losnick consistently declared any evidence showing that the detective, the medical practitioners who examined the child and who found physical evidence consistent with sodomy, the child’s therapists, the child’s disclosures, Yolanda’s reports of sexual abuse, and DCFS’ conclusions that the child was sexually abused by the father irrelevant. She retained an incompetent and unqualified mental health evaluator, Michael Ward, at the expense of the taxpayers to say that Yolanda is an alienator and that she made it all up despite the overwhelming evidence that the father had sodomized his son. Ward admitted he had no background in child sexual abuse. The only individuals who said there was no sexual abuse were the father, his attorney, the minor’s counsel who always supports the abusive parent, Losnick, and Ward. Only because Fox News reported on the case several times was Yolanda able to keep custody and the child was protected.

In C.J. Park’s case, Losnick did not demand that the medical and police records be attached to the report of CSW Aguilera. Besides not attaching the records, Aguilera lied in her report. A year later after Losnick took her children, C.J. received from the Court of Appeal a report of SART Nurse Cabrera who had interviewed the children. She reported that the children did disclose that their father was molesting them in the shower. Losnick gave full custody to the molesting father and placed their mother in supervised visitation without the reports and solely on the perjured hearsay of the social worker Aguilera. Losnick hired another unethical mental health evaluator, Mr. Kraman, who said C.J. was making it all up — he said so even though he admitted that the children were not doing well in their father’s custody. Kraman did not have the medical and police records. He did not care. Rendering an opinion on the mental condition of an individual without all the records is a violation of protocol for a mental health evaluator.

In Jennifer Hebert’s case, Losnick was warned by County Counsel Melissa Searle and DCFS investigator Larryenaga not to give custody to the father Alexis Hebert because he was paranoid as a result of the schizophrenia he suffers from and because he had shown that he could not care for children. They said if Losnick awarded Alex custody the children would be at risk. Losnick gave custody to him, Since custody was awarded to him, numerous professionals have made mandated reports against him. The children’s therapist whom Alex hand-selected quit in disgust and testified in a deposition that Alex is unfit, that he witnessed Alex suffering from a bout of paranoia, that Alex believed a woman in a car in the therapist’s parking lot was after him. The therapist also testified that it is detrimental to the children seeing their mother only 1 hour a week which is what Judge Zeidler ordered. Judge Zeidler was assigned Jennifer’s case after I disqualified Losnick from the case. The children’s therapist also testified that the children are always filthy even with cookies in their hair, and their little bottoms and genitalia looked like they had suffered burns. The children are constantly ill, the 2 year old with gastroenteritis. The older child was diagnosed with anxiety because of being taken from her mother. The children are developmentally delayed. Alex refused to remove them from day care although the older child who could speak consistently reported being hit and abused there. She even had bruises on her legs where she said she was being kicked. The older child reports sleeping with “Dada” and not in her own bed. She masturbates in public spaces. Only because Jennifer, their mother, reported the day care to the State Dept of Licensing did Alex move the children to a different day care.

Jennifer is now in Judge Iwasaki’s court (family law). Alex told Judge Iwasaki (Dept 63) that Jennifer is harassing him with false complaints. Judge Iwasaki agrees with Alex although it was Jennifer who got the children out of the abusive day care. Alex works full time, has the children living in a converted garage, and makes music videos day and night in the bedroom he shares with the children. He posted his 3 year old daughter’s photo with a music video in which he sang he had had seen the devil over and over again. The former children’s therapist also testified that he had made three mandated reports about the two children, and DCFS disregarded them. He testified that the police came out twice to Alex’s home because other individuals had made reports (not Jennifer) about the children. Judge Iwasaki is more interested in protecting Losnick and Judge Zeidler than protecting these two little girls. Alex has deprived the little girls from seeing their mother going on 14 weeks (order is that at a minimum Jennifer and the girls must visit one hour per week). When the children did visit with their mother, they cling to their mother and cry when they have to leave, because they do not want to go with their father. What kid would?

Comm’r Losnick is not fit to serve as a judge.

******************************************

Thank you Ms. Barry.

Losnick is running against the qualified gang homicide prosecutor Shannon Knight. Please vote on June 3rd: Shannon Knight for Judge.

(This commentary was not paid for in any way by any committee or candidate or anyone else. It is the opinion of the author and court watcher Laura Lynn)

What Happens When The Court Loses Its Integrity?

The following is a press release from the FBI. This writer does not advocate taking your children and running, ever. But, had I done so, my children would be much better off and society would save money and pain. When biased judicial officers like the California Supreme Court called Alan Friedenthal write draconian orders, as the appellate court called orders written by Elizabeth Feffer, the court opens the door to anarchy.

I do not know whether the mother in this story was a protective parent or a looney toon or a mean, vindictive explitive; Because I do not know if her orders were written by an honest judge or if they were written by Steff Padilla, Debra Losnick or Patricia Ito.

God save the United States of America.

Mother Who Became Fugitive After Taking Her Children Overseas in Violation of Paternal Custody Rights Returned to U.S.

FBI Los Angeles April 10, 2014
  • Public Affairs Specialist Laura Eimiller (310) 996-3343

A Slovakian native who became a fugitive after taking her children overseas in violation of court custody orders was returned to the United States today to face prosecution, announced Bill Lewis, the Assistant Director of the FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office, and Chief Charlie Beck of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).

Maria Pfeifer, age 32, a former resident of Los Angeles, is suspected of taking her children out of the United States in violation of court ordered custody terms in Los Angeles. According to LAPD detectives investigating the case, Pfeifer took the victims to the Czech Republic and Slovakia in June 2012 and did not return the following month, as scheduled, in July 2012. Pfeifer’s failure to return the victims violated the parental rights of the victims’ respective fathers, according to detectives. FBI assistance was requested when investigators determined that Pfeifer intended to remain overseas with the victim children.

In August 2013, LAPD detectives obtained an arrest warrant, and Pfeifer was charged by the Los Angeles County District Attorney with two felony counts of child detention with right to custody, a violation of California Penal Code 278.5. In September 2013, Pfeifer was further charged in a federal criminal complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution (UFAP), a violation ofTitle18-United States Code Section 1073. The court later granted the victims’ fathers full custody of their children while Pfeifer was a fugitive.

Pfeifer is known to have spent time in her native Slovakia, Germany, and France, and investigators concentrated their focus in those areas, among others, where leads were generated. Earlier this year, a tip was received on a social website operated by one of the victim fathers that led investigators to a location in France where Pfeifer had been residing with the victim children.

Agents with the FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office collaborated with the FBI’s Legal Attaché stationed in Paris, France, and French law enforcement authorities to recover the victim children.

In December 2013, Pfeifer was arrested at the FBI’s request by French law enforcement officers without incident in Divonne-les-Bains, France. Shortly thereafter, the victim children were reunited with their fathers and returned to the United States.

At her required court appearance in France, Pfeifer was granted bail and had remained overseas since her arrest. Pfeifer was returned to the United States this afternoon, escorted by FBI agents, and was turned over to detectives with the Los Angeles Police Department upon arriving to Los Angeles International Airport.

The arrest of Pfeifer and successful reunification of the victims with their fathers is the result of the joint investigation and international cooperation between, the LAPD, the FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office, the FBI’s Legal Attaché in Paris, France, and French law enforcement officials.

The federal complaint charging UFAP is expected to be dismissed and Pfeifer will be prosecuted by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.

A criminal complaint contains allegations that a defendant has committed a crime. Every defendant is presumed to be innocent until proven guilty in court.

Glimmer of Hope: Can a Fair Judge Be Found in Los Angeles Family Law?

No. That is my initial response to the question: “Can a fair judge be found in Los Angeles family law?”

My children were both raised by a flawed system. There was no one willing to rein in rogue judges and their college fund was spent on worse than useless attorneys like Kenneth P. Sherman, Gary Weyman, Linda Grillo and now suspended Barbara St. Ours. My younger son Buddy’s car money was given to Commissioner Alan Friedenthal’s neighbor, Michael Howard, under the guise of needing a monitor to watch me during visits. Mr. Howard, ex LAPD on disability mostly just watched football with my dad and chatted with my mom. Then he stopped providing the service all together, so mother and son had no contact for four years.

Most of the time the record in the case was missing. Pleadings would be added, subtracted and changed at the whim of the judicial officer or the ex.

Finally, now that the United Nations High Commission on Human Rights is looking at the case, there seems to be a movement toward correcting the problem (without ever determining why there was a problem in the first place. ie, did Linda Grillo swap sexual favors for rulings from Commissioner Robert Zakon? Did Friedenthal take a bribe, do a favor for my sister Mary Sherman’s family (in which she and her kids inherit a heck of a lot more money than they would if Tim Lynn did not gain sole legal custody of my children)? Or, was it simply that Fredenthal and his wife Commissioner Steff Padilla are just the sickest, most pathetic things on the face of the planet, and get off on separating children from their parents, leaving the children vulnerable to pedophiles and abusers? We may never know.

But on January 13, 2014 Judge Thomas Trent Lewis presiding made the following comments, caught on transcript:

BUT, WHATEVER YOU DO, PRACTICALLY SPEAKING, YOU SHOULD START SEARCHING FOR YOUR DOCUMENTS STARTING NOW BECAUSE, AT SOME POINT IN TIME, SOMEBODY IS GOING TO SAY, “WHERE IS THE LYNN FILE?” AND WHETHER THE MORE FAIR JUDGE THAT YOU HOPE FOR OR ME, IT’S GOING TO BE THE SAME THING. “wHERE THE HECK IS THE FILE?” OKAY.

Okay with me. I’ve been saying “Where the heck is the Lynn file?” for the better part of two decades.

It seems a more fair judge than Zakon, Friedenthal or Feffer would have asked that same question, especially before separating children from their mothers.

Motion For Mistrial Filed : Will Court Be Man Enough to Admit to Its Errors?

Laura Judith Lynn
2946 Garnet Avenue
San Diego, CA 92109
(760) 966-6000
LAURA LYNN, IN PRO PER
SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES
LAURA JUDITH LYNN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
TIMOTHY MATHEW PETER LYNN,
Respondent

Case No.: PD 016769

NOTICE OF MOTION AND MOTION TO DECLARE A MISTRIAL, VACATE ALL ORDERS DATED SEPTEMBER 2, 1997 OR SUBSEQUENT AND TO ENTER NEW ORDERS THAT REFLECT AN EQUITIBLE DISTRIBUTION OF PROPERTY; DECLARATION OF PLAINTIFF IN SUPPORT THEREOF; MEMORANDUM OF POINTS AND AUTHORITIES

Dept: 79
Judge: Thomas Trent Lewis
Hearing Date: May 7, 2014 at 8:30 a.m.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on , at o’clock or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, in Department 79 of the above entitled court located at 111 N Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA, Laura Judith Lynn, Plaintiff will move pursuant to Code of Civil Procedure §473, the equitable powers of the court and the due process clause of the California and United States Constitution, for an order to:
1. Declare a mistrial.
2. Vacate any and all orders in PD016769 dated September 2, 1997 or subsequently.
3. To enter new orders granting what was community property, especially the property known as 28735 and 29737 Meadow Grass Drive, Castaic, CA, and any property obtained using the aforementioned property as collateral, proof of ability to qualify for a loan or capital to pay for the property to the adult children Sean Patrick Lynn and Branden Joseph Lynn (aka “Buddy”) in constructive trust with Laura Judith Lynn as trustee.
4. To enter new child support orders granting no support to either party, but any and all retirement benefits from The County of Los Angeles or The City of Los Angeles due to either party to be paid directly, in equal portion to each of the two adult children.
MOTION
NOW COMES the Plaintiff, Laura Judith Lynn (“Laura”), and moves this Court declare a mistrial, to vacate all orders filed in case PD 016769 on September 2, 1997 and subsequent, and upon declaration and testimony offered in hearing to enter new orders granting what was community property, especially the property known as 28735 Meadow Grass Drive, Castaic, CA, and any property obtained using the aforementioned property as collateral, proof of ability to qualify for a loan or capital to pay for the property to the adult children Sean Patrick Lynn and Branden Joseph Lynn (aka “Buddy”) in constructive trust with Laura Judith Lynn as trustee. This motion is made pursuant to CCP 473(d), the Due Process clause of the California and United States Constitution and the inherent equitable powers of the court.
This motion is based on the declaration filed herein, points and authorities, testimony to be presented at hearing, and the record, as such exists, including all clerk’s transcripts from appellate case numbers B208080, B218440, B221555, B225946, B228694, B230298.

Signed March 30, 2014 Laura Judith Lynn
VERIFICATION
I swear under penalty of perjury according to the laws of the State of California that everything said in these pleadings for motion to declare a mistrial, to vacate all orders of September 2, 1997 and subsequent and to enter new orders and judgments is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

March 30, 2014 Laura Judith Lynn

DECLARATION OF LAURA JUDITH LYNN
I, Laura Judith Lynn, declare as follows:
I am the petitioner in these proceedings. If called upon as a witness, I could and would testify competently to the following facts, all which are within my own personal knowledge.
This case is a petition for dissolution of marriage and custody filed by the Petitioner, Laura Lynn, sometimes called Laura, against the Respondent, Timothy Lynn, sometimes called Tim, in July 1996. Laura was granted primary physical custody in March 1997 after an evaluation was performed by JoAnne Feigin, LCSW. On September 2, 1997 Tim went into court ex parte without serving Laura and was granted a change of custody. Tim did file a proof of service that said he caused a woman named Barbara St. Ours to be served as Laura’s attorney of record. Three other declarations were filed that explained that insufficient notice attempts were made by the respondent on Barbara St. Ours: Barbara L. Roberts, Attorney Trudy J. Robinson and Barbara St. Ours herself. Each declaration was signed and filed on September 17, 1997. California Family Code §215 is clear that service upon the attorney of record is not sufficient. Compounding the insufficiency, Barbara St. Ours was suspended from the practice of law at the time of service. That the judge overlooked the improper service may cause a reasonable person to believe he was biased. The Court did not have personal jurisdiction and continued to rely on the hearing and orders of September 2, 1997 in the genesis of orders written throughout the entire proceedings.
Commissioner Robert Zakon even said he remembered the case and the findings, but misstated several facts during the hearing of June 20, 2001, before granting sole legal custody to respondent.
Custody was never returned to Laura and the Court never acknowledged the invalidity of the orders of September 2, 1997 and subsequently. The documents which showed inadequacy of service were removed from the Court’s file. No documents and actions dated between July 9, 1996 and August 15, 1998 appear in the electronic case summary. (CT 000001-000021, B230298 (all references will be to this transcript, unless specified))
Laura replaced legal counsel with Gary Weyman. Mr. Weyman was incompetent counsel, as exhibited by his lack of invoking Family Code 215, and his refusal, in writing, to file a CCP 170.1 motion for disqualification against a judicial officer who was later determined by the California Supreme Court to be biased against Laura. Mr. Weyman did not transmit the proof of service of September 2, 1997s hearing to new counsel when Laura replaced Weyman.
Mr. Weyman was recommended by Laura’s sister, Mary Sherman and her husband Jeff Sherman. It was not until 2012 that Laura discovered a friendship since childhood existed between Jeff Sherman’s brother David Sherman and Commissioner Alan Friedenthal. It is interesting to note that Jeff and Mary Sherman and their daughters will receive millions of dollars more in inheritance, since Sean and Branden were effectively cut from their maternal grandparents trust under the reasoning that the maternal grandparents did not want Tim to control the money that would have gone to Sean and Branden. There are better ways to effectuate keeping the inheritance out of Tim’s reach, but it appears Mary and Jeff have undue influence over the maternal grandparents and may have orchestrated the ridiculous decisions made by Commissioner Friedenthal, to help lobby for a bigger share of the substantial pie.
JoAnne Feigin produced a second evaluation in 1997. Although she did recommend switching custody time share, she did state that custody should be joint. After a deposition and testimony from Ms. Feigin, the court ordered a timeshare of about 51/49. If Tim complied with that order, which gave the other parent first right of refusal for any time a parent could not exercise their control of the children, Laura would have significantly more time with the children. Instead, Tim let his parents Jim and Helen raise the children for a significant part of his time share.
Then, in 2007, the older child attempted suicide at Tim’s home, ran away to the Laura’s home in San Diego, was abusing drugs and alcohol and said Tim was physically abusing him for his entire life. Tim refused to sign permission for counseling for the child. The commissioner who wrote the original orders, Robert Zakon, had retired. Laura felt hopeful going for a change in custody.
The new commissioner, Alan H. Friedenthal made orders that were even more incredulous. He gave sole legal and physical custody of both children to Tim, with no psychiatric evaluation, just on the word of the appointed minor’s counsel Kenneth P. Sherman. On July 16, 2008, a full year after appointed to represent the children, Mr. Sherman filed an ex parte motion to be relieved as counsel due to a “conflict of interest”, but was not ordered to share what the conflict was or when it came up.
The older son fell under the jurisdiction of the juvenile court in San Diego. They did a full evaluation and ordered that son be placed with Laura 100% of the time. Still, the orders of the family court in Los Angeles kept the younger son with Tim or his family.
When Tim’s sister abducted her own two children, Laura posted missing children posters created by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Immediately, appointed minor’s counsel Kenneth P. Sherman requested and the Court granted monitored visitation for Laura. (CT 000113 starting at line 14) When even the limited monitored visits were denied by Tim and his family, Laura begged the court to intervene, with no success.
Laura discovered that the original judge was a co-defendant in a lawsuit with the new commissioner’s wife, also a commissioner. These types of facts caused Laura to have a reasonable belief that the new judge was biased, also.
Laura filed a California Civil Code of Procedure §170.1 Motion for Disqualification of Commissioner Alan H. Friedenthal from the case on May 6, 2008. The motion was denied verbally, but not mentioned in the Order After Hearing. Laura filed a second CCP 170.1 Motion on May 16, 2008, asking for a written response. The motion was denied. Laura filed a Petition for Writ of Mandate to Disqualify Comm. Alan H. Friedenthal, B208080 on May 27, 2008 in the 2nd District Court of Appeals. The Petition was denied summarily on May 29, 2008. No reason was given for the denial.
On June 9, 2008, with no motion filed and no order made, the record of appeal B208080 was marked “Confidential” and the online docket was altered to say “case not found” if the case name or number was queried. This was an alleged violation of Government Code 6200, which clearly states that it is a crime to hide a court file.
A year later, on June 25, 2009, Court Counsel Brett Bianco sent an email to Commissioner Friedenthal. It was left loose in the file for some unknown reason and became a part of the record. The email said:
“Commissioner Friedenthal:
“I suggest the following minute order: ‘The court believes that the interests of justice require that it not participate further in this proceeding. Accordingly, the court voluntarily recuses itself pursuant to Section 170.1(a)(6)(A)(i) of the Code of Civil Procedure. The matter is returned to Department 87 for further proceedings.’
“Judge Feffer is aware and understands that the matter will be returned to her.
“Brett
“D. Brett Bianco, Court Counsel
Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles
[Contact Information]”
The words “suggest the following minute order” and “Judge Feffer is aware and understands that the matter will be returned to her” are scratched out. Mr. Bianco then sat in on the first hearing in front of Judge Feffer. This gave the appearance that the fresh judge was not actually fresh, but was coached to rule against Laura.
As a further example of the conniving and mean spiritedness with which the court treated Laura, the minute order recusal was not mailed to Laura. Instead, she was told by telephone to come for a hearing to court in North Los Angeles County from her home in San Diego, first thing the next morning. At court, the clerk met Laura in the hallway and handed her a copy of the recusal. She was not offered any opportunity to speak and did not see the judge. She had no other reason to be in court, and so turned around and drove the 120 miles home.
There is no entry on the online docket to reflect the recusal of Commissioner Friedenthal. There is no entry on the online docket to reflect the motions for disqualification of May 6, nor May 16, 2008. ( CT 001-022.) The file was customarily missing (CT 000061,000062) and so there was no record of the motions for disqualification when the fresh judge took over. She had only what Brett Bianco and Comm. Friedenthal told her in back rooms to base her opinion of the history of the case.
On April 7, 2009 an order after hearing was filed. (CT000091-93)There are several handwritten notes and cross-outs on the order. The date was typed as March 10, 2009, then crossed out and handwritten as January 21. There are two handwritten notes initialed by the judge that specify that the child cannot live in Tim’s parent’s house. Though Laura would not want the child to live in that house, this clause was added long after the hearing of January 21 in response to ex parte meetings between the judge, Tim and unknown parties in which Laura was not notified of a hearing and no transcript was made. It is reasonable to believe the judge was deflecting any accusation that he was privy to an alleged conspiracy to transfer custody back to Tim on paper only for the purpose of defrauding Laura of the child support ordered.
Tim filed an Order to Show Cause and Supporting Declaration on May 4, 2009. (CT 000095) In it he wrote “I am requesting item 5 and 6 be removed from the court order dated April 7, 2009…these orders are not in front of this judge and it’s not proper for this judge to make orders on a case he is not presiding over. Further the issue was not before the court and I had no chance to be heard on these issues.” This is one of the few agreements Tim and Laura have in regards to this case. Both said the custody order of January 21, 2009 was improper. It is an abuse of discretion that both the trial court and the Court of Appeals wrote and upheld the child support order using a custody order written improperly as its basis.
Laura filed a motion and then a Petition for Supersedes to vacate the orders of Commissioner Friedenthal and move the case to San Diego in August 2009. The basis was the recusal of Commissioner Friedenthal; Inappropriate Facebook postings about litigants by Comm. Friedenthal’s wife, Comm. Steff Padilla; and the younger son’s poor academic performance, a 0.4 GPA, amongst other things. These petitions were denied by the Court of Appeals and the California Supreme Court, again without reason.
Laura sent several letters of complaint to the California Commission on Judicial Performance in regards to the bias of Commissioner Friedenthal , Judge Feffer and some presiding judges between May 2008 and December 2012.
On April 3, 2012, after the briefing of her appeal was complete, the California Commission on Judicial Performance issued its first public admonishment against a judicial officer who presided over this case, Commissioner Friedenthal. The judge was found to have discouraged this Petitioner and other litigants from filing grievances, writing otherwise protected speech and assembling peaceably.
It is standard practice for the CJP to send a form letter to complainants whose complaints will not be investigated past the initial stage. Over 99% of the complainants receive these letters. Laura received several of these form letters in regards to some of her complaints, but some complaints did not meet with this kind of denial letter. Unfortunately, if a complaint results in a private disciplinary action, the complainant has no way of knowing the outcome. Laura can reasonably believe that there were at least three other judicial officers, including presiding judges, who received private discipline as a result of her complaints.
Still, all six of Laura’s pleas to the appellate court were denied.
The public admonishment of Commissioner Friedenthal was released three years after the last act addressed in the admonishment was committed. (Laura filed more complaints against Commissioner Friedenthal and Judge feffer since then that are not resolved.) Laura brought the admonishment to the attention of the appellate court at the earliest opportunity, at oral arguments, but apparently, while the rules of procedure don’t apply to Tim, they do apply to Laura and the admonishment, not being brought up at the trial court (because it was not released yet), could not be brought up at the appeal.
The Justices did not even mention the admonishment in their lengthy opinion.
Tim did not file a responsive brief and made no oral argument in any of the appeals. The appellate justices asked no questions of Laura at any of her oral arguments. Several of the arguments used to justify the Court’s Opinion were offered sua sponte by the Court. Even though Laura requested an opportunity to address the sua sponte arguments in her Petition for Rehearing, this basic element of due process was denied in violation of California Government Code § 68081.
Laura complained of file tampering both administratively and at trial. (CT 000059-65) Though the Judicial Council attorney acknowledged in an internal email that there may be a problem with back dating, et al, no correction was ever made with a proper record.
In 2011 the paper file in the court was altered again to include the September 2, 1997 documentation, et al. Though the presiding family law judge, The Honorable Marjorie Steinberg wrote an order that said “loose papers” were added to the file, she did not specify what the loose papers were.
Laura tried to file a simple change of address on July 15, 2011 at the trial court level, but it was returned by the clerk with a cryptic note that the file was not at that courthouse, Van Nuys. A volley of letters between Laura and Judge Steinberg ensued, with both sending copies to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Judge Steinberg claimed that after some searching she found the file was in San Fernando and never was sent to Van Nuys. That was not true. Laura had seen the file in Van Nuys in May 2010. About one week after Laura wrote to the FBI with facts that are evidence that judge Steinberg’s lie was an obstruction of justice, Judge Steinberg announced her plans for a somewhat early retirement from the bench. This simple denial of due process, the lack of a proper record and the denial of the opportunity to file even the most basic notices at the trial court level should compel the court to render this a mistrial.
From November 30, 2012 to December 4, 2012 Laura attempted, once again, to access her file. She was considering her options, as to whether to file a petition for writ of cert to the United States Supreme Court or to start again at the trial court level to move for a mistrial. The clerk said that the file was missing. As of January 9, 2013, the file was not available.
Judge Thomas Trent Lewis made an effort to have the clerk find the file, but as of January 23, 2014, it was missing. Judge Lewis invited the litigants to reproduce the sections of the file they deemed important. For lack of unlimited funds, Laura kept her contribution to about 2000 pages.
Hopefully, this snippet of the proceedings over 17 years will convince the court that the proceedings were a travesty of justice and that, in the best interests of the children, remedial orders will be made.
Both children aged out. Both children are dependent on cannabis. Neither is even close to his potential for academic achievement. Both have impaired ability to work for eight hours per day. The older child has an adult felony offense for growing and or distribution of cannabis on his record. This restricts him from working as a licensed real estate agent, which he studied for and passed the exam for. He has two children who he cannot afford to support and who are living, he says, in Orange County with Tim and one of Tim’s girlfriends, Meredith Zamboni.
Both Sean and Buddy tell me they get no financial support from Tim. I give them each one quarter of any money I receive from investments given to me by my family. I also offer to employ them for as many hours as they want to work for $10 per hour or as partners selling things on ebay and Amazon.
Branden “Buddy” came to live with me three days before his 18th birthday. He had been living with Helen Lynn, Tim’s mom four days a week and his girlfriend’s family three days a week when he was 17. Now he has a room in a house about a mile from me.
The father seemingly separated the children from their mother in an attempt to obtain “child support” and told the mother, in front of minor’s counsel Kenneth P.Sherman that the mother’s inheritance would all go to him (Tim). Equity demands that the father be divested of money and property that should have supported the children. The respondent was not using the community property retained by him to pay for tutors, art lessons, music lessons, or trips for the children. He was using it to support several girlfriends at once, gambling trips to Vegas and supporting his convicted child abductor sister and her children.
The equitable thing would be to give the adult children the Castaic property, which has two houses that are rented out. They could either move in there, or use the rental income to pay for housing.
Because of the restraining order against me, I cannot fully investigate Tim’s finances. From what the children told me, he bought several properties and may have inherited properties from two grandmothers who passed away. The Castaic house should be paid for, unless it was encumbered to purchase other properties. Tim should be ordered to disclose his assets and arrange to put the property known as 28735 and 28737 Meadow Grass Drive, and any fruit of his ill-gotten gains in constructive trust, with each child an equal beneficiary and Laura the trustee.
Signed under penalty of perjury according to the laws of the State of California,
March 30, 2014 Laura Judith Lynn

POINTS AND AUTHORITIES
Because of the length of the case, and that some orders may be circulating that were falsified or not entered in the file, plaintiff is asking for the blanket ruling that all orders of September 2, 1997 and subsequent be vacated, without presenting copies of the actual orders to this pleading.
There are three very strong reasons to declare a mistrial and vacate orders in this case.
1. There is no accurate record of the proceedings. The record was missing several times and for extended periods, often when there was a hearing, altered, and is missing again.
2. The court did not have personal jurisdiction at the September 2, 1997 hearing, due to lack of service and never returned to the previous orders. Lack of service invalidated all orders subsequent pursuant to Family Code 215 and due process.
3. The plaintiff asked for a disqualification of the presiding judicial officer, was denied, and years later the California Supreme Court determined the judicial officer was indeed biased.
4. Each of the above reasons renders the orders void. A void order is a nullity. It can be vacated at any time pursuant to the inherent equitable powers of the court and CCP 473(d).

The rule is a judgment may be attacked in four ways, by motion for a new trial, by appeal, by motion for relief, or by independent suit in equity, though court, additionally has inherent power to protect sanctity of its judgments against extrinsic fraud or to set aside judgments void upon their face, applies to interlocutory and final judgments of divorce. Heathman v. Vant (1959) 343 P.2d 104, 172 C.A.2d 639. West’s Ann. CCP 473
One of the earliest articulations of the standard of when a mistrial should be granted comes from an opinion written by the 19th-century Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story, who wrote that judges should declare a mistrial whenever “there is a manifest necessity for the act, or the ends of public justice would otherwise be defeated.”
Judgment or order may be set aside on ground of fraud, mistake or lack of jurisdiction, independent of remedy found in this section. In re Sankey’s Estate (1926) 249 P. 517, 199 C. 391. West’s Ann. CCP 473
Trial court may not vacate its judgment except on motion for new trial, on motion where conclusions of law are inconsistent with findings or judgment is inconsistent with special verdict, on motion to vacate judgment at any time where judgment is void on its face, by an independent suit in equity, whether judgment is regular on its face but extrinsically void for want of jurisdiction or by reason of fraud or mistake, or on motion under this section. Ransom v. Los Angeles City High School Dist. Of Los Angeles Couty (1955) 277 P.2d 455, 129 C.A.2d500. West’s Ann. CCP 473
Court’s authority to vacate judgment not void on face of judgment roll, but void in fact for want of jurisdiction of person of defendant, exists independent of statute. Richert v. Benson Lumber Co. (1934) 34 P.2d 840, 139 C.A. 671. West’s Ann. CCP 473
A void order can be set aside whenever it comes before a court. Dolan v. Superior Court of California in and for City and County of San Francisco (1920) 190 P. 469, 47 C.A. 235. West’s Ann. CCP 473
A void judgment may be vacated upon motion of aggrieved party. Mechanics Bank of Richmond v. Thole (1971) 98 Cal. Rptr. 82, 20 C.A.3d 884; Ross v. Murphy (1952) 248 P.2d 122, 133 C.A.2d 453. West’s Ann. CCP 473
A court has a right to set aside its order or judgment when it is void and a mere nullity. Casner v. San Diego Trust & Savings Bank (1939) 94 P.2d 65, 34 C.A.2d 524. West’s Ann. CCP 473
Record showing that fee owner was not served in mortgage foreclosure action, foreclosure decree was void and properly vacated, though application for vacation was made over year after judgment, and judgment had been satisfied of record. Hurt v. Pico Inv. Co. (1932) 15 P.2d 203, 127 C.A. 106. West’s Ann. CCP 473
Neither the failure on the part of a party to appeal from an order void on its face, nor lapse of time, can make such order valid, or impair the power of the court to formally vacate it on its own motion and without notice. People v. Davis (Sup 1904) 77 P. 1132. West’s Ann. CCP 473 Commissioner Robert Zakon, Commissioner and Judge Elizabeth Feffer should each have vacated the orders of September 2, 1997 and subsequent due to improper service.
The Legislature of the State of California recognizes all litigants’ right to an accurate record of proceedings in both Government Code 6200 and 69846. G.C. 69846 says “The clerk of the superior court shall safely keep or dispose of according to law all papers and records filed or deposited in any action or proceeding before the court.”
Thus, as to papers or records filed or deposited in any action, the superior court may either “safely keep” them or “dispose of [them] according to law.” (Gov. Code, § 69846.) People v. Galland, 45 Cal. 4th 354, 197 P.3d 736, 86 Cal. Rptr. 3d 841.
At the time of preparing the record on appeal for B230298, the case file was “missing” from the courthouse. The clerks transcript reflects missing documents, from the list of documents requested. The online record was faulty. The case file was customarily missing, as it was on May 6, 2008.On May 27, 2008, Court services supervisor Karen Brown wrote a letter that reflects that the file was missing.
The plaintiff made a diligent effort to find the file on several occasions and with no success.
Government Code 68152 provides for the retention of all papers filed in a family law case for 30 years. Clearly, the petitioner was denied her right to equal protection under the law when denied access to her record, even for the purpose of producing a record on appeal.
CCP 473(d) says, inter alia, “the court may, on motion of either party after notice to the other party, set aside any void judgment or order.”
This section is remedial and is to be liberally construed so as to dispose of cases upon their substantial merits. Taliaferro v Talliaferro (1963) 31 Cal.Rptr. 774, 217 C.A.2d 216; De Mello v. De Mello (1954) 268 P. 2d 26, 124 C.A.2d 135. West’s Ann. CCP 473
This section should be liberally construed. Thomasian v. Superior Court in and for City and County of San Francisco (1954) 265 P.2d 165, 122 C.A.2d 322. West’s Ann. CCP 473
Motion made more than one year after entry of interlocutory divorce judgment reciting wife’s default was not too late, and Superior court had jurisdiction to grant the motion, which was addressed to inherent power of the court to set aside void judgments and was based on theory that husband had actually served the summons and complaint rather than that daughter of the parties had done so as stated in her affidavit. Sullivan v. Sullivan (1967) 64 Cal. Rptr. 82, 256 C.A.2d 301. West’s Ann. CCP 473
A void judgment is not entitled to the respect accorded a valid adjudication, but may be entirely disregarded or declared inoperative by any tribunal in which effect is sought to be given to it. It is attended by none of the consequences of a valid adjudication. It has no legal or binding force or efficacy for any purpose or at any place. It cannot affect, impair, or create rights. It is not entitled to enforcement and is, ordinarily, no protection to those who seek to enforce it. It may be attacked by a person adversely affected by it, in any proceeding, direct or collateral, and at any time. All proceedings founded on the void judgment are themselves regarded as invalid. In other words, a void judgment is regarded as a nullity, and the situation is the same as it would be if there were no judgment. It accordingly leaves the parties litigant in the same position they were in before the trial. 30A Am Jur Judgments ” 44, 45
The general rule is that a judgment which is void cannot be cured by subsequent proceedings. Such a judgment cannot be validated by citing the parties against whom it was rendered, to show cause why it should not be declared valid, or by an affirmance by an appellate court, especially if such affirmance is put upon grounds not touching the validity of the judgment. 30A Am Jur section 45, 46.
In the hundreds of cases that come up in a LEXIS search using the keywords “Mistrial” and “Judicial Misconduct”, the vast majority are cases where the appellant asked for a mistrial due to bias and was denied based upon a lack of showing of bias. In the case at bar, the appellant overcame almost insurmountable odds to convince the CJP to declare a judicial officer was biased. Equity demands that the orders of that judicial officer and all orders based on it are vacated.
While there is a temptation to enumerate the dozens of examples that show bias by the Court, it is only necessary to say Laura petitioned the Court to disqualify the judicial officer presiding due to bias, the Court refused, and years later, the judicial officer was found to have been biased. All proceedings subsequent were contaminated.
It was the bias of the Court against Laura that caused the compounded violation of due process. There is no way the appellate justices could read decisions by a person, Comm. Friedenthal, who, off the record called Laura “one of the sickest, pathetic things on the face of the planet” even though he never saw a psychiatric evaluation of Laura and not be swayed against Laura. But a review of the two custody evaluations made by JoAnne Feigin, LCSW, including an MMPI, find Laura to be well within normal, with no history of drug abuse or alcohol use, and to be an interesting and stimulating parent who was so involved in her children’s education as to home school them until the court ordered differently.
The petitioner was not disappointed by an adverse ruling that didn’t give her the timeshare hoped for. The petitioner fought against draconian orders that took a loving mother away from her children and then, instead of as in the child whose mother passes away, and the child is told warm and appreciative stories of the mother, the court allowed the respondent to tell his children their mother was a slut who didn’t love them, who abandoned them, who was so violent, even the monitor was fearful of her.
The children were removed from school by the respondent after the tenth grade, even though one child was failing most classes. The children, with a brilliant mother and a grandfather who worked his way from living in Boyle Heights to being a millionaire surgeon, are left with a dismal economic future and deep psychological disturbance.
The void custody orders were not in the best interest of the children as per Family Code §3011. They did not promote frequent and continuing contact with both parents as per F.C. §3020. Minor’s counsel did not discharge his duties as per §3151.
While child custody is a moot issue, in that both children aged out, it is important for their emotional well-being that the court correct its orders in writing. The children live with the cognitive dissonance of knowing their mother loves them and is a “good” person, but the authority of the court telling them otherwise. Vacating the errant child custody orders, on the record, is an important step in the healing process for the children. Plaintiff is not presenting any expert testimony to substantiate this claim, for lack of financial resources. But it should be common sense.
Family Code 3910 allows for the court to order child support for children who will otherwise become dependent on the state.
Equity demands the respondent turn over the community property and all his unjust enrichment to the children. Plaintiff’s prayer is that The Court will exercise its power to correct these tragic circumstances as best as it can.

Respectfully submitted,

___________________________
Laura Judith Lynn
Sworn & subscribed
this 30th day of March, 2014.

 

___________________________________

 

Petition to California Supreme Court on Freedom of Speech in Reporting About Litigation

Please read the next blog, also. Elizabeth G. had a big victory in reversing a court order that restrained her from making legitimate reports of abuse and discussing her family law case.

This reporter filed the following petition on a similar case, but was rejected.

ISSUES
Does The Court presiding over a dissolution of marriage and custody case have the authority to abridge a litigant’s Constitutional right to freedom of religion, free speech, right to assembly, right to file grievances and the right to equal protection under the law? What standard of proof, and outweighing conflicting objectives are required? If the Court can abridge these fundamental rights, what are the confining parameters?

PETITION FOR REHEARING FILED – DENIED

APPLICATION OF RULE 8.500(b)
This case presents an opportunity for the Supreme Court of the State of California to secure uniformity of decision between dissolution and custody cases and all other cases heard in the State of California in regards to the freedom to publicize news and opinions about the cases. It can also help remedy inconsistencies between the Violence Against Women Act and the treatment of domestic violence by trial courts in dissolution and custody cases.

THE CASE
Since 1997 The Superior Court of the State of California has made error after error in the case of Lynn v Lynn, PD 016769. The Petitioner, a university trained journalist, exercising her right to free speech and free assembly began to publicize the facts of her case, the facts of those in similar circumstance and her opinions about the court system in 2007. She also filed a grievance in the United States Circuit Court against some judicial officers and their co-conspirators in an alleged violation of 42 USC 1983 and 18 USC 241 and 242. Instead of offering a remedy, The Court made orders that were extremely restrictive on the Petitioner‘s Constitutional right to a parent – child relationship and ignored the Respondent’s blatant violation of the orders that were in place. Officers of The Court and police with the encouragement of The Court then made efforts inside and outside of court to curtail the Petitioner‘s unprotected speech and assembly activities.
Starting on September 2, 1997 Commissioner Robert Zakon changed a permanent custody order, even though the party asking for the change admitted in several written court documents that he did not serve the other party, violating California Family Code 215 and rendering all subsequent orders invalid.
The Court then secreted portions of the case file, later making admitted alterations in violation of Government Code 6200.
On June 10, 2009 Los Angeles Sheriff Sergeant Wheatcroft harassed the Petitioner just before a hearing saying that Commissioner Alan Friedenthal and Commissioner Steff Padilla asked him to tell the Petitioner that her journaling and sending a demand letter in an effort to settle the 42 USC 1983 grievance out of court were “threatening”. No arrest was made. No charges were brought. There was just a little chat right before the Petitioner was going to argue her case in the courtroom.
Unfortunately the Court of Appeals and The Supreme Court of the State of California have done nothing to correct the errors. In fact, the file on appeal for B208080 asking for the recusal of Commissioner Alan Friedenthal was secreted for a number of years and then marked “Confidential” for another year with no petition or order to do so. The appellate court denied the Petition for Writ of Mandate to Disqualify Commissioner Friedenthal. Eventually the judicial officer recused himself, but none of his earlier rulings or orders were reversed.
In the case at bar, the trial court ordered and the appellate court upheld a restraining order based upon complaints that the petitioner told third parties she planned to include them as defendants in a Federal lawsuit, CV-09-08717 PSG (VBK); that the petitioner made complaints to the police; that the petitioner is a Christian; and that the petitioner “calls herself a journalist” and wrote comments about the respondent’s family that the respondent found to be “slanderous“.
It is the petitioner’s Constitutional right to settle disputes peacefully or litigate differences. It is the petitioner’s Constitutional right to equal protection under the law. It is the petitioner’s Constitutional right to freedom of religion. It is the petitioner’s Constitutional right to practice free unprotected speech and be unfettered by prior restraints on speech by the court. [United States Constitution Amendments 1, 5, 14]
The violation of rights to free speech have been violated by the lower courts by the issuance of “gag orders” and “vexatious litigant” status against many other litigants in the family law court including Tonya Pinkins, Elaina Eustache, Elizabeth Goodman, Janette Isaacs, and many Does in paternity cases such as R.V. .
The trial court and the appellate court also took issue with the amount of time the petitioner spent on her case, even though it is the petitioner’s right to have zealous representation, even if she is in pro per.
Because of communications between Los Angeles Court Counsel Brett Bianco and Judicial Council attorney Eric Schnurpfeil of November 24, 2009, and a taped message to one of the Petitioner’s sources by Commissioner Alan Friedenthal that was presented to both the California Court of Appeals and the California Commission on Judicial Performance, it is apparent that the California Court is basing its decisions on ex parte communications and the petitioner is not treated as any other litigant. Therefore, it is unlikely that the California Supreme Court will agree to grant this petition for review, and may even incarcerate the petitioner for “contempt” for spending too much time on her case.
So, this petition will be submitted as is and should the California Supreme Court decide to make at least a charade of upholding Constitutional rights to citizens that enter the Wild West of the Los Angeles Family Court, the petitioner will use more of the length limit afforded to litigants who are not “Laura Lynn”, and give volumes of case law that support her contention that The Court cannot stop litigants from writing about the court or their cases except under strict parameters. Otherwise, the Petitioner will attempt to be heard in The United Sates Supreme Court.
CONCLUSION
The petitioner respectfully submits this Petition for Review in the hopes that the California Supreme Court will decide to curtail the wholesale violation of Constitutional rights to free speech, grievance, religion and equal protection under the law being propagated by the lower courts.