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NCFM Member Alexander Baker, COURT WATCH AND PROTEST OF FAMILY COURT CORRUPTION

February 25, 2020
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MARCH 2, 2020 – DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES

Alexander Baker has irrefutable evidence of bribery and corruption in Los family courtAngeles Superior Court. He’s had enough. We would like a protest like the one above, also at the LA Family Court House over a decade ago.

EARLY MORNING PROTEST

Who: Alexander Baker. If you are up early bring your coffee and join Alexander.
What: Will speak and pass out information cards

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NCFM members protesting at 2008 San Diego domestic violence event.

Where: Main Entrance, Stanley Mosk Courthouse Steps, 111 N. Hill St. Los Angeles, CA, 90018

COURT WATCH

Who: You, the public
What: Witness Alexander Baker show the evidence for bribery and corruption to the brand new judge in his case
What: Witness federal civil rights lawsuit being served on Defendants
When: Monday, March 2, 2020, Hearing scheduled for 8:30 AM

Where: Stanley Mosk Courthouse, Dept. 60, 5th floor, Judge Joshua D. Wayser

LUNCHTIME PROTESTfamily court

Who: Alexander Baker and possibly others. Please join us.
What: Will speak and pass out information cards
When: Monday, March 2, 2020, 12:00 Noon
Where: Courtyard of the Stanley Mosk Courthouse, 111 N. Hill St. Los Angeles, CA, 90018

Alexander C. Baker, J.D.

 

DISCLAIMER – Alexander C. Baker is not an attorney and nothing he says shall be construed as legal advice. Paralegal services are offered only under the supervision of a licensed attorney. CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE This e-mail and any files transmitted with it are confidential and are intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. This communication may contain material protected by the attorney – client privilege. If the reader of this message is not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution, or copying of this communication, or any of its contents, is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this communication in error, please reply to the sender and delete the original message and any copy of it from your computer or facsimile system.

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NCFM Member Alexander Baker, COURT WATCH AND PROTEST OF FAMILY COURT CORRUPTION

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8 Responses to NCFM Member Alexander Baker, COURT WATCH AND PROTEST OF FAMILY COURT CORRUPTION

  1. Michelle Chan on February 29, 2020 at 11:23 PM

    Good luck and god bless.

    • Kailin Wang on August 30, 2020 at 8:04 PM

      You have my full support.

  2. Al Rava on February 27, 2020 at 11:45 AM

    Alexander, thank you for your reply to my above post. The point I was trying to make in my post was that you and NCFM are soliciting people to attend your protest and to presumably take your side without FIRST providing your hoped-for attendees/protesters with your and therefore their justification for your/their protest. I don’t pretend to be a protest expert, but I think you are putting the cart before the horse by asking people to publicly protest and thereby lend their images, names, and reputations to your cause, without first knowing the basis or the details about your cause.

    Regarding your statement, “my irrefutable evidence of bribery and corruption is a string of purported “orders” that explicitly contradict statutory, black-letter law, which law has been cited and explained to these judges repeatedly,” the normal response by a litigant to unfavorable rulings by a California Superior Court, especially orders that “explicitly contradict statutory, black-letter law” is to file an appeal with or seek a writ from the California Court of Appeal. Did you appeal or seek a writ for any of the “string of purported ‘orders'” and if you did, how did the Court of Appeal rule?

  3. Marieke Randoy (Marika Taylor) on February 26, 2020 at 10:17 AM

    Hi Alexander,

    My name is Marika and I just heard about your protest in LA county on Monday March 2, 2020.

    Please email me back because I would like to help promote it.
    I started protesting in front of Stanley Mosk last July 2019 and protested 6 times between July and December.

    I have several people who will want to join you..

    I’m back in Canada so I won’t be able to attend but I want to send you links to video and photos of the protests I had already and do whatever I can to support you.

    I started a Facebook page called @protestagainstpubliccorruption and created Facebook events with the information about each protest and would love to share your protest on that site and create another event to help promote it to people who have already come to the events I hosted.

    All my best,

    Marika

  4. Al Rava on February 25, 2020 at 10:25 PM

    If Mr. Baker has “irrefutable evidence of bribery and corruption in Los Angeles Superior Court,” then why doesn’t he share it here? Inquiring minds want to know. This sounds a bit kooky to me.

    And why is NCFM posting this and encouraging members and anyone else to use their time, effort, and reputation to join in a protest for which seemingly no one – other than Mr. Baker – will know the details of what they are protesting, and seemingly without NCFM or anyone else verifying Mr. Baker’s nebulous harumph?

    • NCFM on February 27, 2020 at 8:06 AM

      Dear Guapo,

      I appreciate your concern, and thank you for the opportunity to respond. First let me say that the following represents my views, not the views of NCFM or any of its other members. I, Alexander Baker, take full and complete responsibility for the allegations I am in the process of making.

      Today, Thursday February 27, 2020, I am very busy drafting a federal civil rights complaint which will be filed in the United States District Court on Friday February 28, 2020. The complaint names as defendants three judges and two attorneys involved in the bribery and corruption scheme.

      As the complaint makes clear, I have no direct evidence of bribery, i.e. I have not seen money change hands. I don’t have a cancelled check where the memo line reads “bribe to judge”. But what I do have is the procedural record in my two court cases. There are a series of “orders” issued by these judges that are not merely erroneous (although there are plenty of those also).

      Rather, my irrefutable evidence of bribery and corruption is a string of purported “orders” that explicitly contradict statutory, black-letter law, which law has been cited and explained to these judges repeatedly. They are openly and provably disobeying the law in order to allow my legal adversary to get away with upwards of $1 million.

      My civil rights case thus arises from actions in the complete absence of jurisdiction, which is the legal standard for piercing the veil of judicial immunity against lawsuit. I am seeking damages and also declaratory judgments regarding my fundamental constitutional right to petition.

      As it turns out, the adverse attorney against me is a guy with known, public ties to a notorious criminal gang and convicted RICO Racketeering Enterprise, and is reasonably suspected of being a member of a recognized Sicilian crime family in the American Mafia.

      I am certain that any jury, aware of the series of clearly illegal “orders” in my cases will find, as I have, that bribery and corruption is the only reasonable inference that can be drawn.

      On or about Saturday February 29, 2020, I will indeed publish a conformed copy of the complaint, on my blog at postmodernjustice.blogspot.com. Moreover, I am drafting a formal “to whom it may concern” letter, and will be mailing that, along with paper copies of the complaint, to the California and U.S. Attorneys General, to the U.S. Attorneys and BATF Agents already involved in the ongoing criminal investigation of the aforementioned RICO Enterprise, to the FBI, to the Los Angeles Police Department, to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, to the California and American Bar Associations, and to the California Commission on Judicial Performance.

      At the Monday March 2, 2020 protest, I plan to hand out business cards with the addresses of my blog, my YouTube, my Facebook and my Twitter. In the actual court hearings that day, I seek court-watchers who will witness me making these allegations, and demanding that my trial cannot go forward unless and until the civil rights problems are corrected. Note that one of the defendant judges has now suddenly disappeared, and is no longer working at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse.

      Once everything is posted, I will ask and urge you and everyone to share and discuss the matter as far and wide as possible.

      Thanks again Guapo, and rest assured that I am naming names, posting documents and sticking my neck as far out as it can possibly go. I fully realize that sanctions, contempt orders, or even worse repercussions could be visited upon me. But I have had enough of this bullshit, and I will let the chips fall where they may.

      My father used to say, “Son, pick your battles. Is this the hill you want to go fight and die on?”. I wish my father was alive today, because if he was, I would look him in the eye and answer, “yes”.

      Sincerely,

      Alexander C. Baker, J.D.

      DISCLAIMER – Alexander C. Baker is not an attorney and nothing he says shall be construed as legal advice. Paralegal services are offered only under the supervision of a licensed attorney. CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE This e-mail and any files transmitted with it are confidential and are intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. This communication may contain material protected by the attorney – client privilege. If the reader of this message is not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution, or copying of this communication, or any of its contents, is strictly prohibited. If you have received this communication in error, please reply to the sender and delete the original message and any copy of it from your computer or facsimile system.

    • Davy Griffith on February 29, 2020 at 6:45 PM

      Shut up Stupid. How can I get more details on how to be there and anything else I need to know!

      • NCFM on March 1, 2020 at 6:43 PM

        The schedule and location details are in this article. Thanks for supporting Alex.

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