Cryptocurrency accounts linked to Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen and Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon, show money laundering schemes for a human trafficking connected to the family courts where Rosen’s wife is a family court judge overseeing custody, adoption and CPS cases out of public view.
In 2017 as DA Jeff Rosen’s office was wrapped up the prosecution of Brock Turner in the sexual assault case that occured in early 2015 on the Stanford University campus. . During that same time, Jeff Rosen began assisting Stanford Law Professor Michele Dauber and San Jose Women’s March founder Jennifer Higging Bradanini in the recall campaign of Judge Aaron Persky. As Rosen provided the assistance that angered the #Metoo movement mob in the San Francisco Bay Area, Rosen’s own daughter’s show a data footprint that incidates while attending college in Wisconsin, they collected money on accounts for sex , gas and large amounts of alcohol provided to campus fraternities.
By early 2018 Bradanini’s personal divorce case landed before Judge Towery consistent with a case rigging scheme in Santa Clara County. That scheme is linked to Christopher Melcher, Dennis and Laura Wasser in Los Angeles County and Orange County lawyers Keith Dolnick and David Erza where secret courtrooms in the private business known as JAMS , is stripping custody for wealthy parents with counterfeit CLETS DVRO orders and fradulent accountings are run through corrupt 730 witness reports of CPAs Sally White, James Butera, and Andrew ” Drew” Hunt.
Melcher , a ” volunteer” member of the Los Angeles Sheriff Department, is reportedly running the fake domestic violence scam through JAMS such that CLETS domestic violence restraining orders do not get put into the law enforcement data base system. Melcher is reportedly being assisted by Santa Clara County probate lawyer Temmerman , as Melcher represents Temmerman in his own divorce. In that case, Robert Redding now of the McManis Faulkner law firm, reportedly agreed to throw the case as he represents the wife.
Temmerman was reportedly a ghost lawyer for Jamie Spears while his daughter, Britney Spears, was conserved in LA County during her divorce with Kevin Federline. Britney Spears was conserved by Commissioner Reva Goetz. Working for JAMS, Goetz is connected to the private business handling the Temmerman divorce.
Catherine Gallagher of JAMS presided over the Temmerman divorce. She was reportedly paid over $1 millon through shadow cryptocurrency accounts as part of a scheme to rig the case and assure the former Mrs. Temmerman did not get access to the finanicial records and case files of Mr. Temmerman’s thriving probate law firm.
Karyn Sinunu Towery , wife of former state bar executive Jim Towery, is said to be arranging payments for kickbacks in a case rigging scheme where her husband is deeply rooted. Her husband is Judge James Towery. He sat in Silicon Valley family courts for over a decade after his employment at the state bar where he was known to be paid kickbacks from Thomas Girardi and Jack Trotter , the founder of JAMS.
JAMS is the largest arbitration, mediation and private judging business in the world. By 2010 the business began working with divorce lawyers to expand from employment arbitration cases into family law matters where their associates are appointed as private judges in middle class and high asset divorce cases.
Sinunu Towery, who resigned from the Santa Clara County DAs office in 2011 after reportedly taking payoffs not to prosecute Silicon Valley executives and 49er football players, has reportedly been arranging kickbacks to area judges and reporters with the San Jose Mercury News.
Sinunu reportedly had an affair with San Jose Mercury reporter Ric Tulsky in 2005, as they worked on a Trainted Trial story related to prosecutorial misconduct cases as Silicon Valley’s criminal matters. That award winning article has now been scrubbed from the internet in an effort to conceal patterns of public corruption l linked to both California’s family and criminal courts.
San Jose Mercury reporter Ric Tulsky reportedly taught Sinunu Towery how to kill stories about county and court corruption. Sininu Towery and her husband Judge James Towery were recently connected to payments made to SAn Jose Mercury News reporters Grace Hase, Robert Salonga, Julia Sulek and Tracey Kaplan. The San Jose Mercury is owned by the Bay Area News Group, and Alden Capital investiment, which operates similar schemes in Orange County.
Collectively it appears these San Jose Mercury reporters and associates made over $1 million in cryptopayment kickbacks to kill stories about family court cases and pedo rings operating from the Stanford University and Santa Clara University campuses. Payments were also made to former reporters who have gone on to work for local government attorneys and voting offices as Public Information Officers. In those positions they are able to keep the public and competing news organzations from information that would expose the corruption infecting the courts.
Jeff Rosen, who again otained the Mercury endorsement to win his 2022 re- election for district attorney, reportedly arranged for $1 billion in “advertising” and “investment” dollars through shell companies, real estate transfers and bogus LLCs to Alden Capital along with pocket immunity for shareholders as the money was exchanged through cruptocurency accounts and transactions arranged by Jeannie Webby , the wife of Sean Webby. Mr. Webby has acted as Rosen’s Public Information Officer since 2011. Webby is a former Mercury reporter who has maintained ties with Stanford University Law Professor Michele Dauber to keep his boss, Jeff Rosen, in office .
Rosen has refused to invesitgate or prosecute public corruption cases tied to the courts where his wife is now a superior court judge.