* * * Judge Receives Vacation Instead of Suspension * * *
- J.A.I.L. News Journal
Los Angeles, California October 22, 2005
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______________________________________________________Disciplined Pennsylvania Judge Receives Vacation Instead of SuspensionWe have come to the stage in society that judges who violate clear law are likely to be rewarded for their wrong-doing. In addition to the case set forth above, I cite to the additional example of Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Henry Patrick Nelson who was rated among the ten worse judges in California. His conduct was so unbecoming that he was facing discipline by the California Commission on Judicial Performance. But before his hearing took place, (keep in mind that before any California judge faces public scorn, he has to be beyond the common practice of the Commission to handle these matters in strict confidentiality) he agreed to sign an irrevocable agreement to resign from the County of Los Angeles. Because of his agreeing to permanently resign, the Commission on Judicial Performance dropped the disciplinary hearing of Nelson. He was thrown out of the County of Los Angeles in public disgrace with all the media covering the event.The next thing that happened was that when anyone sued a Los Angeles County Judge for misconduct, they were often faced with defrocked Henry Patrick Nelson (retired judge) as the defense counsel for the judge sued. Indeed, I even went up against Patrick Nelson in my lawsuit of Branson v. Martin, involving a Los Angeles County court commissioner, with the proceedings taking place in the courtroom right next door to where Judge Nelson (retired) used to preside.I wrote to my representative Board of Supervisor about this gross misconduct of the County of Los Angeles hiring a defrocked individual who had permanently resigned from the County of Los Angeles in open disgrace. As a result, the County Counsel's Office called me and asked me what my beef was with Henry Patrick Nelson. I expressed my outrage that he was thrown out the front door of the County of Los Angeles, and hired secretly in the back door and given an enormous pay raise over what he was making as a judge. I don't know, but I believe this is in addition to his "retirement" pay from the County of Los Angeles when he served as a judge.I was told that Henry Patrick Nelson was doing a wonderful job in defending judges in the County of Los Angeles that they were very pleased with him. That was then end of the discussion.I have seen such conduct repeated so often that I am willing to suggest the possibility of the existence of a secret policy of rewarding corrupt judges in this country. And what would be the possible motive? They are at the helm of maintaining the status quo corruption in America."Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!" Isaiah 5:20 Such nation cannot survive. -Ron BransonJ.A.I.L.- Judicial Accountability Initiative Law - www.jail4judges.org
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