TO: CLIFFORD J. WHITE III, DIRECTOR
RAMONA D. ELLIOTT, DEPUTY DIRECTOR/GENERAL COUNSEL
LISA A. TRACY, DEPUTY GENERAL COUNSEL
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FROM: Abdul-Jalil al-Hakim
DATE: August 24, 2018
NO PAGES: 22
RE: Abdul-Jalil al-Hakim’s Complaint against Trustees Tracy Hope Davis and Martha Bronitsky, Bankruptcy Case: #18-41048 RLE in violation of the rights guaranteed under 11 U.S.C. § 362(d)(4); Fraud On The Court- Federal Code 60 (Code Civ. Proc. §473 et seq. and §594 et seq.); Violation of the First, Fifth, Sixth, Eighth, and Fourteenth Amendment U. S. Constitution; California Constitution by the first clause of Article I, section 13; Article VI, section 4 1/2; Article VI, section 13, as a “miscarriage of justice.”; Article VI, section 18, subd. (d)(3.) and under the Unruh and Ralph Civil Rights and the Bane Acts.
Dear Clifford J. White III, Ramona D. Elliott, Lisa A. Tracy, William T. Neary, Tiffany Carroll, Thomas E. Bair, Tracy Hope Davis, Chief District Judge Phyllis J. Hamilton, Chief Judge Roger L. Efrensky, Alex Tse, Xavier Becerra, and Martha Bronitsky:
Herein is Debtor Abdul-Jalil al-Hakim Formal Complaint against Trustees Tracy Hope Davis and Martha Bronitsky.
I recently filed a Motion to Vacate and Set Aside the In Rem Order of Judge William Lafferty, Case No.:18-41048, of May 21, 2018, per 11 U.S.C. § 362(d)(4); Fraud On The Court- Federal Code 60 (Code Civ. Proc. §473 et seq. and §594 et seq.); Violation of the First, Fifth, Sixth, Eighth, and Fourteenth Amendment U. S. Constitution; California Constitution by the first clause of Article I, section 13; Article VI, section 4 1/2; Article VI, section 13, as a “miscarriage of justice.”; Article VI, section 18, subd. (d)(3.) and under the Unruh and Ralph Civil Rights and the Bane Acts.
I am the Debtor in this case and filed a Voluntary Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Petition on July 26, 2018, Case No.:18-41718, and it was assigned to Martha Bronitsky as Trustee.
On May 3, 2018, I filed a petition with Case No.:18-41048 wherein there was the In Rem hearing on May 16, 2018, at 9:30 a.m. before Judge William Lafferty. The In Rem Order was granted on May 21, 2018, and case was dismissed hours later on May 22, 2018.
I had previously filed on March 8, 2018, Case: #18-40567 and was assigned Chief Judge Roger L. Efrensky. That case was dismissed on March 23, 2018.
Each time I filed the Chapter 13, it was assigned to Martha Bronitsky whom I have filed and served six (6) letters and complaints in the last few months alone addressing the fact that Ms. Bronitsky’s presence in this case is prohibitive and I have resolved that since she has embezzled money from me and previously issued me checks drawn on her business account that have bounced for insufficient funds and others that had stopped payments applied to them of $9,889.04, I do not feel comfortable going forward with her as a trustee.
Again, we want ALL of you served with this attached 22 page complaint against against Trustees Tracy Hope Davis and Martha Bronitsky and for an investigation request related to the existence and collection of the alleged debt by Wellpoint, counsel Bradley with Hammett and Lanni that the government has found was illegal and may void the alleged debt. Lanni has admitted that he tried for years to recover on an illegal alleged debt that included his attempt to sell the home in question several times as an alleged “foreclosure” on the Oakland courthouse steps and as part of this strategy to bring value to the illegal alleged debt, he offered a predatory loan to attempt to move into “first position” with a new mortgage to cover the alleged $300,000 CSAA debt and $130,000 for the illegal alleged debt. He did this even AFTER he was aware that the government agencies were trying to apprehend him for these illegal activities.
This complaint and investigation request include the fraud upon the court that defendants CSAA-Wellpoint committed when they failed and refused to reveal the fact that they were aware of the Homestead on the property, the value of the District Attorney liens on the property, and the contamination in the home TWENTY YEARS BEFORE their alleged home appraisal yet there is NO reference to any contamination in it as if it would NOT have any value in determining the fair market value of that appraisal. This fraud upon the court is very clear when they knew that their own experts testified that it would cost over $350,000 to remediate just the lower level of the home in 1997! CSAA’s costs for the entire home was $700,000.
You are ALL being served and I will file this letter with the courts.
TO: CLIFFORD J. WHITE III, DIRECTOR