How corrupt is Santa Clara County California Court?
The fact is when Whistleblower Cary-Andrew Crittenden reported corruption within Santa Clara County Government he had no idea how corrupt the system was. It all started with the illegal eviction of Heidi Yauman a mentally disabled woman and the death of a Markham Plaza resident Robert Moss.
Mr. Crittenden opened a hornet’s next exposing a huge corruption circuit which exposed several judges beginning with Judge Socrates Peter Manoukian. Several county lawyers and the district attorney appeared to be involved. All working together in a huge conspiracy to cover up corruption within the county of Santa Clara. Exposure of Bribery seems to be one of the things at stake here.
Deputy Public Defender Amanda Parks helps continue the fraud and cover up by refusing to follow up or acknowledge the “false police reports”.
Cases like this would not get further if everything was not based on lies and false police reports which no one seems to do anything about.
Further it exposes how Judges may be accepting bribery in the form of home loans. Imagine that banks are involved and huge sums of money change hands in the form or home loans.
The original story CAN BE FOUND HERE
It’s been going on for decades
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