- detained and awaiting trial for allegedly making "criminal threats" against a judge (he reportedly has sent emails threatening to detonate a bomb near a judge),
- an attorney who reportedly made "frequent insults" against the Chief U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Roberts (of course, in the U.S., any criticism of a judge is perceived by judges as an "insult" requiring retaliation) on his website, and who
- repeatedly sued judges for corruption and repeatedly had his lawsuits denied on the grounds of absolute judicial immunity - which means, courts never reached issues raised by Patrick Missud on the merits and let judges escape responsibility no matter whether they actually acted maliciously and corruptly -
And this is happening in the blessed state of California, where attorney Dr. Richard Fine was incarcerated for over 14 months for CORRECTLY claiming judicial corruption - that Los Angeles Judges received an addition to their salaries from Los Angeles County of over $50,000 a year while the County appeared in front of those judges.
The State of California finally came up with a "solution" of this "problem":
- it disbarred and incarcerated the 70+ whistleblower Dr. Richard Fine;
- gave retroactive CRIMINAL immunity for corruption to its judges - which should really boost public confidence in the integrity of the California judicial system and judges;
- refused to allow the California State Bar (that disbarred Dr Richard Fine) to collect member dues because of corruption within the California State Bar;
- but, of course, the California State Supreme Court quickly overruled that and gave that lucrative money-making opportunity right back to the corrupt California State Bar.
A person who, for years, asserted issues of corruption in the government, dies in the hands of the government. And the government claims he committed suicide. As I said, how convenient.
Looks like silencing of a critic to me.