Jerry Brown: "appalled by the corruption".
Hi Mr Strickland:
Regarding Jerry Brown. Based on his conduct as Attorney General of California, I consider him unfit to hold public office.
1) Public Corruption in San Bernardino County
After repeated protests by media of widespread public corruption in San Bernardino County, California, Jerry Brown finally initiated action against County officials. He appeared in a press conference, where he was quoted as stating he was "appalled by the corruption".
However, he refused to take action regarding apparent widespread corruption of the courts in San Bernardino County, which was part of the same media reports.
2) Widespread Public Corruption of the courts in Los Angeles County
The office of Jerry was repeatedly provided with credible voluminous evidence of widespread corruption of the courts in Los Angeles County.
Regardless, he refused to take action. His personal assistant issued an opinion that the mater was "private matter".
3) Large-scale False Imprisonments in Los Angeles County
The office of Jerry Brown was repeatedly informed of the ongoing large-scale false imprisonments in Los Angeles County, California, in the case of the Rampart-FIPs (Falsely Imprisoned Persons), which was documented and opined by a series of official, expert, and media reports over the past decade.
The office of Jerry Brown refused to take action.
4) Passage of Unconstitutional law - "retroactive immunities" to judges.
Former US prosecutor Richard Fine exposed, protested, and rebuked the "not permitted payments (called by media "bribes"), which were taken for over a decade by Los Angeles judges.
In response, at the behest of the California Judicial Council, the California legislature passed SBX-11, including "retroactive immunities" (called by media "pardons") for all such judges.
The California Constitution prohibits the enactment of retroactive laws.
Jerry Brown was repeatedly requested to intervene in the passage of a law out of compliance with the California Constitution.
Jerry Brown refused to take action.