Monday, June 15, 2015

Whistleblower Document Leak: Judge Repeatedly Gives Perjurious Testimony During Second CJP Prosecution - CJP & Special Masters Ignore

Monday Document Dump - CJPR Exclusive
California Supreme Court Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye, Justice Goodwin Liu, Justice Carol Corrigan, Justice Leondra Kruger, Justice Ming Chin, Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuellar, Kathryn Werdegar Supreme Court of California
Sacramento Superior Court Judge Peter McBrien's personal 
vendetta against Ulf Carlsson was detailed and reenacted 
in the 2014 documentary film Divorce Corp.

False testimony under oath by Judge Peter McBrien is documented by the Commission on Judicial Performance in this set of whistleblower leaked documents, embedded at the bottom of this post. 

The CJP is the state agency responsible for the oversight and accountability of judges in California.

The CJP did not refer the perjury of Judge McBrien to law enforcement, nor add additional counts for violations of the Code of Judicial Ethics to its existing misconduct proceeding against the judge. CJP watchdogs allege that judges under investigation by the CJP routinely give false, misleading or perjurious testimony without consequences.

"This is clearly a pattern and practice," said CJP watchdog Ulf Carlsson. "Our sources in state government say that ever since the 1996 federal criminal prosecutions of San Diego County Judges Dennis Adams and James Malkus, Victoria Henley personally has prohibited CJP investigators from pursuing perjury-related, or any other criminal charges, or adding additional Code of Judicial Ethics violations counts when judges lie."   
McBrien's serial misconduct in the Carlsson divorce case led to his second prosecution by the CJP and was chronicled in the 2014 documentary film Divorce Corp. To view a clip from the movie featuring an interview with Carlsson describing what a court of appeal judge called McBrien's "judicial reign of terror," click here. The CJP ultimately declined to remove McBrien from the bench, instead imposing ostensible discipline of "public censure."

Sacramento Superior Court watchdogs allege that the judge also is responsible for a family court criminal racketeering enterprise involving collusion and kickbacks between judges and divorce lawyers who also work as part-time judges in the same court. Click here for an investigative report by Sacramento Family Court News.

McBrien retired from the bench in 2014, but was authorized to continue working as a family court commissioner by controversial Sacramento County Presiding Judge Robert Hight and troubled family court Supervising Judge James Mize

Hight testified as a character witness in support of McBrien at the judge's 2009 CJP prosecution. Mize also testified as a character witness for McBrien. 



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