The Courts Has Become a Symbol of Corruption,
Injustice, Abuse, and Judicial Hypocrisy
“Deception is a state of mind and the mind of the State” – James Jesus Angleton, Head of CIA Counter Intelligence 1954-1974
Alameda County Presiding Court Judge Yolanda Northridge Conceals Corruption
Tigar’s Appropriate Disciplinary Sanctions- Removal From Office and Disbarment
In making an independent determination of the appropriate disciplinary sanction, one must consider the protection of the public, the enforcement of rigorous standards of judicial conduct, and the maintenance of public confidence in the integrity and independence of the judicial system. Our task “is to determine the nature of the discipline, if any, that is necessary to achieve these goals.”
One must also concede that Tigar committed numerous acts of willful and intentional, corrupt prejudicial misconduct and that his actions call for severe censure, removal from office, as the appropriate sanction, is necessary to protect the public and the judicial system. The number of wrongful acts is relevant to determining whether they were merely isolated occurrences or, instead, part of a course of conduct establishing ‘lack of temperament and ability to perform judicial functions in an even-handed manner.’ It is easily determined that Tigar has committed willful corrupt misconduct and prejudicial misconduct on multiple occasions. Together these incidents reflect a continuing, pervasive pattern of “misconduct”. Tigar’s lack of judicial temperament is manifest.
This case involves a continuing and pervasive pattern of corrupt misconduct. Where the record shows such a pattern of misconduct, “comparison of the discipline imposed in other cases . . . is not fruitful.” Proportionality review based on discipline imposed in other cases . . . is neither required nor determinative.
His abuses in this civil matter is too serious to be explainable by inexperience. In any event, lack of prior experience simply cannot mitigate willful misconduct: if Tigar did not have the legal background and temperament to avoid committing malfeasance in office, he should not have sought election to the court.
The record belies Tigar’s inability to learn and modify his conduct. It demonstrates an inability to appreciate the importance of, and conform to, the standards of judicial conduct that are essential if justice is to be meted out in every case. It “does not suggest that Tigar has, or will be able to, overcome his demonstrated lack of judicial temperament and that similar incidents will not recur.” Mere censure of Tigar would woefully fail to convey the utter reproval of any judge who allows malice or other improper personal motivations to infect the administration of justice. You must conclude that Tigar’s removal from office is necessary to protect the public and the judiciary’s reputation.
The Court and that of Public Opinion has found that the uncontroverted facts in the current matter showed a “persistent pattern of abusive and demeaning conduct that is seriously at odds with the canons and expected judicial temperament,” and that neither good conscience nor repeated cautions on behalf of al-Hakim had caused the judge to reform his intemperate judicial demeanor. The adverse impact of the judge’s misconduct on the judicial system had been substantial, jeopardizing the parties’ right to a fair trial and, in this case, contributing to the reversal of a civil trial judgment.
Based on Judge Tigar’s “persistent mistreatment” of al-Hakim appearing before him and his inability to control his behavior despite the requirements of fairness and justice, any judicial disciplinary body must determined that there is a “high probability” he would continue his unethical behavior if he were to sit in a judicial capacity in the future.
The Court therefore must concluded that he is unfit to serve in this matter or as a judge and removal is necessary for the protection of the public and the reputation of the judiciary. The court must also consider and issue a referral to the Commission for his review for a public censure and possible bar.
Accordingly, the court will find that Judge Tigars’ orders and conduct reflects a purpose other than the faithful discharge of judicial duty, and was at minimum improper action within the meaning of article VI, section 18, subd. (d)(3) of the California Constitution, and his false and misleading assertions were in violation of the Code of Judicial Ethics, Canons 1, 2, 2A and 2B; was willful misconduct in office, persistent failure or inability to perform his duties in a fair and just manner, conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice that brings the judicial office into disrepute, or improper action within the meaning of article VI, section 18(d), of the California Constitution providing for removal, censure, or public or private admonishment of a judge or former judge.
The potential for legal jeopardy for Tigar from even his most truthful and accurate testimony under these circumstances is very real, as he has officially lied under oath repeatedly and will refuse to answer questions as protection against self-incrimination. State Judicial disciplinary, regulatory bodies and Tigar must admit he was “not entirely honest and candid” in his actions, testimony and writings. He proves lying is in his DNA!
Court administration, the State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies are apparently saying they’re afraid his answers or testimony as with his own writings already conflict with earlier testimony and leave him entrapped in perjury.
Here is some free advice for Tigar, court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies on his continued perjury: stop lying, being deceitful, quite trying to cover it up and come clean!
Tigar’s constant invocation of silence indicates a crime in itself, but when court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies all turn their collective heads to the transgressions, it says something much more criminally acute. Tigar has committed crimes evidenced in his own actions, writings and testimony that void any constitutional protection and presumption of innocence and is a sign that an investigation should really begin digging …there’s something there.
Tigar’s actions has made everybody realize how inept and crony-ridden court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies are, this case has opened the eyes of the public as to just how corrupt – dimwittedly corrupt — they are.
Anyone who would take what Tigar has said, done, and written and extrapolate from it that he has committed no crimes and has the support of the public and constitution is an idiot living in the darkness of their own ignorance. Plain and simple.
Why won’t Tigar answer the charges or be compelled to testify by or before the State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies? Have you already drawn the conclusion that you can not afford the public to know the truth?
But what better way to change those conclusions than to answer the questions or testify under oath? State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies must admit Tigar’s “perjury trap” excuse for taking the Fifth is simply more smoke and mirrors.
Judge Jon Tigar Appointed Thru Nepotism, Cronyism
A few things to point out to you:
1) It is illegal for Tigar to use the the laws of the State of California, his position as a judge sitting in an ongoing case, court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies with other State and Federal Government Agencies as a tool for judicial prosecution and persecution in the pursuit of his agenda of revenge and retaliation against al-Hakim for political gains in his well publicized effort to gain appointment to the Appeals Court and currying the favor and satisfaction of his colleagues, corporate interest and friends for such appointment. That means that if he, or his office, directed anyone to carry out activities for unjudicial or purely political purposes, that’s illegal. The fact that he has written, signed and submitted willfully perjurious, deceptive and fraudulent orders in attempting to deceive the public in support of his rulings; responded to his disqualification by his failure and refusal to timely filing an answer; doing so 8 days later only after al-Hakim had requested the written answer at least six times; filing an answer 8 days later only after al-Hakim contested his continued sitting in the case and indicated his intent to file an appeal for same; stating al-Hakim “attacks judges” in his answer without any explanation; calling al-Hakim a liar in his answer without any substance; publicly criticizing al-Hakim in court on the record; repeatedly lied under oath; made knowingly false statements in an effort to demean, humiliate and provoke al-Hakim; while lying under oath and perjury; dishonesty; fraudulent deception; calumny deceit; willful and corrupt prejudicial misconduct; abuse of discretion; negligence; bias; prejudice; misrepresentation; incompetence; conflict of interest; bad faith; collusion; denial of due process; obstruction of justice; racism; bigotry; has exhibited, expressed and shown a fixed opinion of al-Hakim; displayed favoritism towards the defendants; made false accusations; harassed al-Hakim; has willfully, deceitfully and recklessly indulged in a series of offensive acts and statements against plaintiff and has displayed disdain, malice, and a mental attitude or disposition toward al-Hakim that prohibits the right to a fair hearing or trial; failed and refused to respond to the allegations contained in the challenges for cause; conduct prejudicial; and advocated a judicial imprimatur of the defense’s position are grounds for disqualification under Code Civ. Proc.; the Canons of the Code of Judicial Conduct, the corresponding Federal Statutes; Business and Professions Code; and violates al-Hakim’s fundamental civil rights and due process under the law guaranteed by the United States Constitution Amendments I, V, VI, and XIV, and as applicable to this state of California Constitution by the first clause of Section 13 of Article I; Article VI, section 13, as a “miscarriage of justice.”; Article VI, section 18, subd. (d)(3). Judge Tigar’s persistent willful misconduct, bad faith, mistreatment, promised retaliation and “atmosphere of unfairness” determines that there is a high probability he would continue his unethical behavior if he were to continue in a judicial capacity in the future violates and strikes at the heart of al-Hakim’s fundamental civil rights and due process under the law guaranteed by the United States Constitution Amendments I, V, VI, and XIV, and as applicable to this state of California Constitution by the first clause of Section 13 of Article I; Article VI, section 13, as a “miscarriage of justice.”; Article VI, section 18, subd. (d)(3). is evidence.
2) al-Hakim has presented herein a myriad of evidence and facts that Tigar has not only lied under oath many times but failed and refused to answer any other allegations that would further expose the facts that he has not been forthright, and continues to be deceiving, dishonest, while lying under oath with Tigar essentially invoking the 5th amendment and what it implies against self incrimination should not be used to keep him from answering the questions or being a witness against himself.
At this point, no indictments have been filed and no one has been charged with a crime, but charges WILL be filed as a result of his dishonest answers and testimony being used, and that implication is written on the wall in Department 21 and the hallways of justice in neon.
By failing and refusing to require Tigar to answer the questions, once again the State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies are “drinking Tigar’s kool-aid” and just don’t get it because they live in denial, in a self-imposed black robed fantasy land of corruption backed by legal talking points and backward political spin.
Court administration, and the State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies don’t understand how the public demands and insists on the fair, proper and just operation of the Judicial system of checks and balances that must function effectively in this country. The public has no concept that the judiciary can claim the “fifth amendment” and how it demonstrates they have nothing but contempt for the truth. Simple as that.
It can’t be monitoring, censoring, disqualifying or investigating Tigar, right? Only court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies knows that. And if the issue were, as I opine, that Tigar and those herein named may have been directed to perform and conceal these illegal acts, wouldn’t you think they would know that by monitoring, censoring, disqualifying or investigating Tigar, that guarantees they will go public with his “illegalities”.
Tigar knows why he has committed these crimes, so are we not entitled to ever know the truth? Is his argument of silence supported by court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies?
In that case, we are able to determine criminal liability because there is mens rea, or the determination of a criminal’s intent and we come to these conclusions based on the evidence, both physical or testimonial.
The State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies has decided that the embarrassment of monitoring, censoring, disqualifying or investigating Tigar will keep them quite because it will turn into a fact rather than a “he said/he said” situation and Tigar has NO cover or credibility. Yet your incredible hubris makes you feel untouchable.
Tigar’s Nulification of The Trial
What everyone knows is this:
1) there is evidence to suggest that the actus reus here is Tigar has used the laws of the State of California, his position as a judge sitting in an ongoing case, court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies with other State and Federal Government Agencies in the pursuit of his agenda of revenge and retaliation against al-Hakim for political gains in his well publicized effort to gain appointment to the Appeals Court and currying the favor and satisfaction of his colleagues, corporate interest and friends for such appointment. This is a definitive conclusion as there is enough evidence that if it were a regular criminal investigation, a State’s Attorney or District Attorney would look into it;
2) It is the job of court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies is to monitor, censor, disqualify or investigate, to determine if a crime has been committed. Not to allow and ratify Tigar’s investigation of himself;
3) Any attempt by the court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies to fairly rule in this matter, but instead to stonewall or obstruct such an investigation makes it look more and more as if something sinister has occurred.
This scandal has been fueled entirely by the court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies unwillingness, gross lack of desire and inability to get to the truth of these charges against Tigar. At the same time Tigar nor anyone at the court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies seems able to give a straight answer that holds up to any scrutiny, while there is ample indication that some parties and operatives were bringing pressure on the the court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies not to do anything about these crimes nor to investigate them. Put it all together and an investigation is entirely warranted simply to get at the truth of the matter.
Just because Tigar has constructed a totally ridiculous “angry n*@@&r” image of al-Hakim in his own mind and has convinced those colleagues in the court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies, and other State and Federal Government Agencies doesn’t mean that they should abdicate their oversight responsibilities does it? Is it quite possible, that Tigar was able to put over his spin for a war against al-Hakim for a variety of reasons, none of which have to do with competent justice and fairness in this case? Can it also be that al-Hakim is not entitled to the truth and justice? Can it not also be the case that this entire affair might never have happened if the State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies hadn’t decided that they should bow in fealty to Tigar as he subverted the Constitution to the irreparable harm of al-Hakim, his family, friends, clients, business, and community, and subvert the will of the people by manipulating the evidence, testimony, the orders, the challenges for cause, in order to remain sitting in the trial while giving the appearance that there is no corruption nor misconduct. Or is he performing these acts under the auspices and guidance of those mentioned?
Tigar once again proves that he lives in a fantasy world of denial complete with defensive self-reinforcing legal talking points and spin to avoid his corrupt misconduct and calumny deceit. There’s a simple question here: What’s the truth of the matter? When a judge, court administration and State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies can’t give a straight answer to that question then an investigation is entirely warranted.
Tigar effectively says “I don’t have to answer or testify against myself regarding my crimes as a preventative measure against my only other alternative which is to continue to lie under oath“. Tigar is very Bush-like with a unique talent, at one point the evil genius mastermind …but at other times is a total, self-incriminating buffoon, the affable idiot.
There is ‘criminal liability’ with Tigar’s actions, there is Actus Reus and possibly qualify as “hate crimes” and Tigar had motive and opportunity to commit his criminal actions.
al-Hakim has requested countless times -ad infinitum- for Tigar to respond to the many charges and crimes wherein not to do so should not be Tigar’s discretion. An investigation would reveal that there was actually a premeditated, orchestrated campaign to deny al-Hakim’s civil and human rights, a fair trial, and due process under the law. Tell me, if the State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies have the right to block the investigation of Tigar, would you dismiss these crimes as Tigar’s prerogative?
The Mens Rea is to subvert the Constitution to the irreparable harm of al-Hakim, his family, friends, clients, business, and community, and subvert the will of the people by manipulating the evidence, testimony, the orders, the challenges for cause, in order to remain sitting in the trial while giving the appearance that there is no corruption nor misconduct.
Motive is relevant, is an element of this crime and is an added piece of evidence that puts together the pieces of the puzzle of this crime. Tigar’s actions are crimes, not just evidence of his and the administrations attempt to commit a crime or a part of a conspiracy to commit a future crime as he has shown he is more than willing to do the defendant’s and his colleagues bidding. Attempt and Conspiracy are crimes (called inchoate crimes) which often carry the same or a slightly lesser punishment than the act itself.
Tigar can not claim an inadvertent memory lapse or misspeak nor invent a cover story. Tigar’s crimes has been established and al-Hakim did not asked Tigar to do anything illegal and the actus reus here is Tigar has used the laws of the State of California, his position as a judge sitting in an ongoing case, court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies with other State and Federal Government Agencies in the pursuit of his agenda of revenge and retaliation against al-Hakim for personal gain.
Tigar committed a crime: He perjured himself. This crime wasn’t uncovered in some fishing expedition to catch him by fleshing him out. He willingly and knowingly wrote, signed and submitted willfully perjurious, deceptive and fraudulent orders, committed corrupt misconduct and lied under oath in attempting to deceive the public in support of his rulings. That was his choice. He chose to commit these crimes.
In this case you already have conflicting testimony from Tigar and testimony that is contradicted by his own orders, al-Hakim’s testimony, and subsequent evidence. There is probable cause or the appearance of corrupt misconduct, obstruction of justice, lying under oath, authoring perjurious orders circumscribed in fraud, perjury, deceit, fraud, abuse of process and discretion, malfeasance, -the obvious appearance of corruption, collusion and conspiracy of ALL the parties named and unnamed herein-, then there is justification for an investigation.
California State Court Corruption
Tigar and the State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies seem to think that an investigation is entirely unwarranted because a judge can do whatever he wants with impunity. That’s a dangerous attitude to have in a democracy.
A ‘bogus’ reason for doing something legal does not then make the action illegal but Tigar willingly and knowingly wrote, signed and submitted willfully perjurious, deceptive and fraudulent orders, committed corrupt misconduct and lied under oath in attempting to deceive the public in support of his rulings are crimes. Right now, the general public, politicians and ideologues don’t like the way this ‘looks’ – despite it supposedly being “legal, if no one knows or does anything about it!”.
Tigar’s crimes are not purely a product of his repeated lying under oath. His deception and avoidance of answering, lying by omission, he knows that there’s high probability that he will never be charged with and found guilt of his many crimes including perjury with the protection afforded by his status and service with his colleagues in the Judicial Council and state court.
How, in the secretive world of the judiciary and politics, can someone prove a crime without an investigation into suspicious matters? There is enough of an appearance of corruption, collusion, conspiracy, wrongdoing and unethical behavior here on the part of ALL the parties named and unnamed herein to warrant an investigation. An investigation would lead to other judicial and court administration officials being charged with crimes beyond mere perjury, as if they have no choice in the matter to not lie under oath.
There are underlying charges that Tigar has obstructed justice that demands an investigation and has lied under oath, authored perjurious orders circumscribed in fraud, committed perjury, deceit, fraud, abuse of process and discretion and will lie to investigators about it.
Tigar has committed multiple crimes – by definition. These crimes are the crimes for which an investigation must be initiated and not to do so is a crime inherently apart of the mechanics of the investigative process. The answers and non-answers he has given did not reveal he had not committed these crimes.
Just as court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies, the other State and Federal Government Agencies administration are trying to subvert the justice system to avoid the investigation into their misdeeds, and a finding of guilt for Tigar and others; then lying about it is actually selfpreservation and an exercise of pure political power while denying al-Hakim’s effort as playing “Gotcha”.
Given the lack of honor, integrity, honesty and credibility of Tigar; the court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies, the other State and Federal Government Agencies love of cronyism, corporate favoritism, and partisanship; and their rubber-stamp of judicial misconduct that didn’t even pretend to hold Tigar and his ilk accountable; I can see why they would not want any oversight into the shady dealings of Tigar and their administration.
It’s really astonishing. Here we have the court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies, the other State and Federal Government Agencies who thinks that there should be no monitoring, censoring, disqualifying or investigating into their misdeeds or oversight of Tigar because al-Hakim would easily prove Tigar’s crimes during any simple review or investigation. Tigar didn’t have to lie, he could have told the truth. Anyone involved in any situation has the same option. Perjury is only part of the mechanics of an answer if someone CHOOSES to perjure themselves.
Tigar’s essentially taking the 5th because he doesn’t want to have to make that choice is not a valid position.
There is enough of an appearance of wrongdoing or unethical behavior here to warrant an investigation. The court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies, the other State and Federal Government Agencies and their actions or lack there of, in this procedure, is derelict and as such have been universally condemned by jurists, scholars, civil and human rights specialists as violating minimum fair trial standards and of being a sham intended to avoid convictions.
al-Hakim urges court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies, the other State and Federal Government Agencies to ensure that all parties are investigated and brought to trial if there is probable cause to believe they have committed a crime, in strict accordance with due process under the law, civil and human rights, humanitarian law, and the principles of fundamental justice pertaining to civil and criminal proceedings and make their provisions binding U.S. law.
President Obama has said, “It’s time to better protect the American people and our values”, “No one is above the law” and “a judge should be prosecuted just as anyone else”.
Court administration, State Judicial disciplinary and regulatory bodies, the other State and Federal Government Agencies oversight and enforcement is a legal black hole that has become a symbol of injustice, abuse, and judicial hypocrisy and al-Hakim hopeful that congress that is still investigating this matter and will finally end this disgraceful chapter in County and State litigation history.
Tigar’s Appropriate Disciplinary Sanctions- Removal From Office and Disbarment