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Richard I. Fine's exposure of judicial corruption in California has finally gone viral!

In a diary posted last Friday, I reported on two protest rallies being organized for TOMORROW, April 20th, to occur both in Los Angeles and in Washington, D.C. on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court.  Please check the link for details, and make the jump for today's news.

Full Disclosure:  I am a member of the core team helping Dr. Richard I. Fine, a taxpayers' advocate attorney with a long, successful career battling corruption.  Dr. Fine's persistence, however, landed him in jail almost 14 months ago, held in solitary confinement on a trumped-up charge of contempt of court.  He is being held without bail and without any sentence.

For the full story, please see the official website, the blog (Right Trumps Might) and the video record of interviews conducted by Full Disclosure Network.  

The crooks have been attempting to hide their commission of Ten Million Felonies (no exaggeration), but the story has FINALLY gone viral over the weekend and the official website is currently seeing about 1,000 hits per hour (up from our average of 30-50 a day).

If you live in Los Angeles or Washington, D.C., PLEASE come to the rally to help us free Dr. Fine and end the corruption that is rampant in California (which corruption had far more to do with the current budget crisis than the economy did).

THANKS for your support!

P.S.  I will try to monitor this post to answer questions, but my phone is ringing off the wall today with requests for interviews and additional information.  However, the official website and blog have answers to most any question you could think to ask.  Thanks for your understanding.

Originally posted to Emotionless Moderate on Mon Apr 19, 2010 at 12:14 PM PDT.


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