MLFs Expose Judges & Morgan Hill Lawyer Laura Perry in  Silicon Valley  Guns & Sex Trafficking Ring

Sex Trafficking, Drugs & Guns In Silicon Valley Divorces

Morgan Hill attorney Laura Perry just tied Morgan Hill’s most nefarious MLF, Heidi Vlf, to a criminal enterprise trafficking teenage girls, guns and designer drugs through the county’s foster care system and local family courts. 

Taxpayers and Victims determined to remove Santa Clara County District Attorney and Judge James Towery from the county payroll, found divorce files in the offices of Laura Perry that link south county to court corruption that is separating families and trafficking young wealthy women whose parents ended up in the courtrooms of Judge Patricia Lucas, James Towery, Christopher Rudy, Mary Arand, Stuart Scott, Theodore Zayner and Mark Pierce. during their divorce or civil cases involving Silicon Valley start ups and tech businesses. 

The criminal enterprise apparently operates in divorce cases where judges appoint lawyers for children, or to act as private judges. Heather Allan, Rebekah Frye,  BJ Fadem, Jessica Huey, Bradford Baugh, Walter Hammon and Bradford Baugh are the core lawyers working to use domestic violence to separate children from their parents and into the county’s foster care program. 

Once children are in these programs, the county’s local Standing Order allow county employees to order medical procedures and drugs for children without parental consent. 

An audit of family court orders show these judges routinely issue orders for medical treatments, supervised visitation centers  and detention centers where they hold a financial interest. 

Judges currently earn $180- 220,000 in Santa Clara, a fraction of what is needed to live a middle class lifestyle in Silicon  Valley. This pay gap as left judges rip for corruption, kickbacks and sex favors. 

Perry is also linked to gun runners and abusers operating out of Gilroy, Morgan Hill and San Martin.  A couple known as “Heidi and Scott” have reportedly been running guns from barns and outbuildings in Santa Clara’s most rural areas using homeless and mentally ill populations to hide the gun, drug and sex trafficking activity. 


Divorce Attorney Elise Mitchell's Private Files Document Blow Jobs to Judges

State Bar and the Nurses Strike Expose Court Corruption

Nurses striking in Alameda County had the opportunity to spend several hours chatting about Silicon Valley divorce lawyers, which led them to Chris Dull, a family law attorney who is known for using online dating services, watching porn during office consultations  and sexually, verbally and emotionally abusing women clients, workers and colleagues, As the nurses shared stories, a pattern in Silicon Valley divorce cases emerged and an unusual network appeared to  be forming. 

Joining the nurses were several area teachers who began to explain alarming mental health issues related to students whose parents put them in divorce court; One teacher described how a student had written in a journal with a note; “Please Read”, revealed horrific child abuse imposed by her own father. As a mandated reporter the teacher reported the journal entry to the school psychologist. The teacher later learned the district attorney had been called, but had done nothing. 

More and more nurses appeared to join in the discussion over local divorce and custody cases, describing horrific crimes of abuse, fraud and that is fueled by a core group of family lawyers  who have avoided prosecution because of kickbacks to the local district attorney through Santa Clara University. 

Once nurse who neighbors an attorney at the State Bar said that the Bar has known lawyers are committing crimes and not being disbarred, or prosecuted based on secret deals with government lawyers in Santa Clara County.  Another nurse commuting  in from Los Altos was circulating buttons, that nurses from Sacramento agreed to circulate throughout the capitol to get the word out as to how Jeff Rosen has been failing victims having to deal with criminal abusers in divorce or custody cases.