Judge Lucas Poised to Arrest Children with Happy Meal Toys Going to Family Court
Solano County residents and victims have fought hard for public integrity in their courts and local law enforcement community. Judges have been recalled and pressured to resign and the district attorney has started a perjury unit that investigates false claims of domestic violence.
Sadly, Contra Costa and Santa Clara Counties have more money and are tougher nuts to crack , but there are breaks in the dam.
In Contra Costa Judge Jill Fannin, who is on the recall and impeachment hit list, reportedly has been using court staff and members of the grand jury to investigate protestors and those circulating petitions to remove her from the bench. Such conduct is not only improper governmental activity, it is criminal, and could be charged as a misdemeanor, Parents are now calling on the Contra Costs County DA to investigate.
Federal Government to Investigate Silicon Valley Courts and County Lawyers
A deep investigation has found that Lucas has teamed up in pods of government lawyers, including James Gibbons- Shapiro, Jeff Rosen, Steve Mitra, Danielle Goldstein and Cheryl Stevens, to rig elections for local sheriff and for divorce cases in family law cases that generate millions for the courts. One Whistleblower noted that Judge Lucas recently assured that Hirokawa’s writ was before Judge Zayner, making sure Hirokawa’s name would not be left off the 2018 ballot.
The FBI and DOJ are now reportedly looking at $100,000,000 of state and federal money that failed to reach victims since 2010. Irregular accounting audits, and judges siting on local political committees for domestic violence and human trafficking, show a concerning link to how state and federal money has been misused, misdirected or outright stolen through non- profits including LIFT 3, that was named in the Solano County indictment, as well as Silicon Valley Faces, and the Victim- Witness Services program housed in the Santa Clara County DA’s office since 2015.
Recently it was learned that Judge Patricia Lucas’ issued orders that had Scott Largent arrested on May 1, 2018, Largent has been a vocal critic of how family courts are issuing domestic violence restraining orders, and orders that place parents on supervised visitation, where they must pay $50-150 per hour to see their own children.
Lucas’ order could see thousands of children arrested for using toy megaphones found in the newest Happy Meal Toys and offered for sale to parents at McDonald’s,
Ironically, as Judge Lucas continues to issue orders aimed to punish parents who protest family courts, or victim who protest light sentencing in sexual assault and DV cases, Fox News has published an Ohio State opinion that describes an in-depth audit that shows just how toxic judges in family courts have become. The report notes family courts are putting children in serious danger.
Scott Largent, one of the most recognizable family court advocates, and backpack journalists, is calling on lawyers from DC Comics, and McDonalds to help children who are being victimized in California’s family courts.