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Special Report: Corruption in the Los Angeles Probate Courts Series Part I

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Ernest L Moore

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The probate courts that have jurisdiction over conservatorships are just a high-priced judicial extortion racket!  Law enforcement in Los Angeles only protects and helps to cover up these judicial crimes! The corruption in the Los Angeles Superior Courts Probate department is out of control and growing. This episode will feature an analysis of a corrupt court proceeding with Judge Ana Maria Luna. This is only one of the dirty judges that I have had on my case since 2004!

This special podcast that I have produced for the Justice Channel, is the first part of a series about corruption in the Los Angeles Superior Court Probate Department. The level of corruption that I have experienced and have been traumatized with since 2004 is almost unbelievable to me!

In this series, I will expose in graphic detail the crimes that have been allowed to occur in this court for years and years. I have learned a lot as a result of this traumatic judicial experience including the fact that I am not alone in my victimization. I have come in contact with many other victims since 2004 and have learned that this is not just an isolated problem in the Los Angeles Superior Court probate department, but it is a national problem of judicial corruption!

This first part will expose the unethical and corrupt current judge over my case now Judge Ana Maria Luna. You will be able to hear and experience what I had to go through during a recent court trial in the Los Angeles Superior Court Probate Department 11. My presentation will allow you to see both sides of the events that occurred during the so-called trial that I had petitioned for in this court on March 24, 2021.

We are exposing judicial corruption on our website:  https://uglyjudge.com

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