Why is Santa Clara County Hiding the deaths of Robert Moss and Charles Copeland?
Good question and which opens up a huge can of worms for a California county which has had it’s share of scandals and corruption.
We’ve come into information from numerous sources which points to judges, police and government using their authority to hide crime, corruption and even murder.
Everyone knows about Santa Clara County Judge Aaron Persky and brock Turner
How judges are NEVER prosecuted or punished, everything they do is rationalized and justified by a very corrupt and broken system run by friends
The Judge Socrates Peter Manoukian and Prosecutor James Leonard story (How death is no big deal)
Santa Clara County Court case Numbers:
Please view the videos below:
- I Team Investigates Santa Clara county Public Guardian
- Linda Kincaid Reports: Silicon Valley Tax Dollars Fund Elder Abuse; Apathy & Negligence by Law Enforcement & District Attorney
- Santa Clara County Public Guardian facilitates illegal eviction from Markham Plaza HUD subsidized Apartments
- Efforts to bring the evidence to the public hindered by judge who claims he is being terrorized:
Santa Clara County California Superior Court Judge Socrates Manoukian Corruption
- Major Corruption Organization informed about Judge Socrates Manoukian, judge claims film crew is threatening him with weapons:
- Facebook Page organization exposing the unethical Judge Manokian:
Santa Clara County Judge Socrates Manoukian Influences Authorities to Harass those who Report Evidence of Abuse
This was posted to a News Story at Salem News
Dad’s final request November 14, 2016 10:47 am (Pacific time)
In Memory of a VETERAN who has FALLEN DEFENDING HIS RIGHTS, IN THE COUNTRY HE SERVED. My father CHARLES S. COPELAND was a Navy Vet, retired from NASA. I witnessed the public guardian Shawn Parr laughing and stating “it’s like stealing candy from a baby!” outside the courthouse when they conserved my Dad, after falsely stating he was not a vet!!! They transferred 10 million in assets to Hai P Tran, the VP of Fidelity, the Trustee for Santa Clara. Mortgage Companies were used to immediately remove all equity, and my father died fighting to recover his estate which was distributed through Tran to associates of the County’s family trusts. My father was left dead in Tran’s house for 3 weeks, and the DA refused to investigate! He failed to appear, after asking for expert opinion of evidence presented by Tran’s attorney, Ann Nguyen of Robinson and Wood. I filed complaints against Judge Grilli who granted final assets to Tran’s relative (which were not conserved) with the Commission on Judicial Performance, and the President Erica Yew recused herself because she was a Partner of Robinson and Wood, and sits on the bench with Grilli, approving final distributions of conserved assets. Robinson and Wood also represents the mortgage companies used to remove all equity from estates. Attorney John Foley was assigned special notice as conservatee’s attorney, and Michael S. Miller was used to transfer all assets to Tran, with the Public Guardian’s approval. Coincidentally, M.S. Miller lost his license to elder fraud, (assoc of Grilli’s former partner?? through Miller & Grilli???)! This proves lack of judicial oversight and possible RICO actions. Grand jury reports revealed over 70 million in unaccounted public guardian assets!!! They also investigated the coroner’s office which had 3 coroner’s quit due to corruption the year my dad was found dead in Tran’s relative’s house where they left him for 3 weeks while they finished stealing everything he ever worked for. They are organized crime! Tran has hundreds of similar transactions throughout every county in CA through Fidelity etal! William Foley is the Chairman of Fidelity (rel of John Foley?), Michael Miller has a PAC, LLC. I believe its a corrupt political funding machine!!! Manoukian was the last judge to preside in the case prior to my father’s suspicious death!!! Tran was arrested in Santa Clara and taken back to O.C. for hiring a hitman around the same time! see news report! They are organized, experienced, and believe they are above the law, because they have infiltrated and abused it for their own financial gain!!! They are all taking a piece of the pie. They have their corrupt people in place! 2 doors were kicked in and I got a call from a man names John Zimmerman (Pres. of Robinson and Woods!) after filing my complaint! My Dad’s final request for expert opinion of his case evidence will be fulfilled!!!
Public defender conspired in manslaughter cover up
In 2012, district attorney homicide prosecutor James Leonard swept the Robert Moss manslaughter case under the carpet,. then in 2014, he framed Cary Andrew Crittenden for exposing it.
Fraudulent motion to disqualify district attorney (case c1493022) filed by deputy public defender Amanda Parks ( docket no. c1493022 ) concealed nature of James Leonard’s involvement & portray Leonard as “victim”, when he’s actually the perpetrator.
Amanda Parks criminal violations include perjury, conspiracy and accessory to manslaughter )
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Note: As of date of this publication, Amanda parks is now employed with Santa Clara County’s Alternate defender’s office.
The California state legislature recently passed three new bills intended to increase oversight and restrictions on campaign finance, a major avenue for California corruption. Those bills aim to reduce corruption by:
- Creating an ethics ombudsman.
- Revising the Senate’s code of conduct to protect whistleblowers.
- Banning receipt of campaign funds during the final month of the legislative session.
Other proposals include:
- Banning lawmakers from receiving recreational-type gifts.
- Making legislative documents more accessible to open records requests (transparency).
- Prohibiting lobbyists from holding fundraisers at their homes.
- Empowering the California Fair Political Practices Commission(FPPC) to regulate politicians’ practices before as well as after elections to decrease campaign violations.
- Establishing an independent commission to provide oversight of the Senate.
- Instituting a ban on receiving campaign contributions during the final 100 days of the legislative session.
- Modernizing the outdated Cal-Access political finance and lobbying database so that it is less cumbersome.
Public Reform: Whistleblower Protections and Greater Transparency
Two overarching informational problems need to be addressed in response to California’s corruption: 1) Individuals frequently fail to report corruption and 2) government data is relatively inaccessible.
Recent reforms in whistleblower protection laws have created more protection for individuals reporting corruption. Already protected from job loss and employer retaliation, whistleblowers are now shielded whether reporting internally or externally. Furthermore, no one acting on behalf of their employers can retaliate against whistleblowers.
Corruption in California can occur at every level of government. Public officials have squandered taxpayer dollars through embezzlement, police officers have abused their positions to obstruct justice, and too often, information imbalances permit these types of abuses to continue unnoticed and unchecked for years. Compared to other states, California’s state ethics enforcement and judicial accountability is limited. These statewide inadequacies leave citizens financially and legally vulnerable with regard to public corruption.
To detect and deter public corruption the state and its localities can ensure protections for potential whistleblowers and improve access to government information. Citizens can advocate for both of these changes. Being confident that one will not experience retaliation for reporting crimes by public officials would reduce the fear that incentivizes many to withhold crucial information. Releasing more government information does not detect corruption, but it provides the necessary first steps for external watchdogs and auditors to do so. Systems that leave themselves vulnerable to corruption leave themselves vulnerable to ineffectiveness and distrust among citizens. California’s communities simply cannot afford that vulnerability.
More stories exposing the problem
An In-Depth Look at Public Corruption in California
I-TEAM: SANTA CLARA COUNTY JAIL GUARDS ACCUSED OF BRUTAL RETALIATION AGAINST INMATE
Santa Clara County District Attorney Misconduct
INTERVIEW WITH INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALIST JANET C PHELAN ABOUT CARY ANDREW CRITTENDEN AN ACTIVIST CURRENTLY INCARCERATED IN SANTA CLARA COUNTY
End California’s Judicial Corruption Now; Stop 2015-16 Illegal Budget Payments to Judges!
California Superior Courts in Crisis
First-Ever State Audit Aims to Hold Judges Accountable
Santa Clara County: Judge and DA Sued
“SHAME ON YOU” Judge Manoukian
Corrupt Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge David Cena
JUDGES WITHOUT INTEGRITY DESTROY OUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS AND JUDICIAL SYSTEMS
Santa Clara County Family Court
DISTRICT ATTORNEY JAY BOYARSKI, PARTY TO THE CRIME OF CONSPIRACY TO GRAND THEFT AND FORGERY
Santa Clara County Judges, Lawyers and Court Clerks Feed Their Fat Lying Faces as They Mock the Poor and Endanger Children
FBI to assist Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office investigation into nearly 100 jail complaints
6th District Justice Conrad Rushing Issues Sham Order for Divorce Lawyer Garrett Dailey: Indigent Pro Per Denied Right To Appeal
Nightmare in Santa Clara County Court System
Santa Clara County lacks rules to rein in fees of court-appointed conservators
Tracking the most corrupt institution in state government
More victims of Santa Clara County California
The problem is statewide
Santa Clara County created it’s own (in house) Public Integrity Unit which itself is a joke because any investigation done in-house is open to more corruption and tampering
The Public Integrity Unit supervises the investigation of cases involving corruption of public officials and employees in their official capacities or in the performance of their duties and initiates criminal charges when appropriate, generally by grand jury indictment. Crimes include theft, embezzlement or misappropriation of public funds; and removal, alteration, destruction or falsification of public records. The unit also enforces the provisions of the Political Reform Act, relating to campaign filings and practices, and the Elections Code. The unit reviews issues relating to the open public meeting law (Brown Act).
For More Information Please Contact:
Public Integrity Unit
70 W. Hedding St., West Wing
San Jose, CA 95110
Phone: (408) 792-2595