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Joseph Zernik, PhD


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FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 2010

10-03-05 Repeat request for assistance by Ombudsman of Los Angeles County re:
Alleged Serious Human Rights violations

Sheriff Lee Baca

Date: Fri, 05 Mar 2010 08:34:09 -0800


To: "Stephanie Maxberry"
From: joseph zernik
Subject: Repeat request for assistance in filing complaints pertaining to Sheriff's Department of
the County of Los Angeles
Cc: "1st District: Gloria Molina" , "2nd District Mark Ridley-Thomas" , "3rd District Zev Yaroslavsky", "4th
District Don Knabe", "5th District Michael D. Antonovich"

March 5, 2010

Stephanie Maxberry, Ombudsman


County of Los Angeles, California
By email.
Response within 2 business days is kindly requested.
Dear Ombudsman Maxberry:

I have previously forwarded to your office a total of nine (9) Complaints pertaining to the Sheriff's Department of
the County of Los Angeles, California. Pursuant to your mission, as stated by you, I requested that you assist in
filing the Complaints and in ascertaining that the Complaints were adequately investigated. You also kindly
informed me that for a valid Complaint process to be initiated, the Sheriff's Department must issue a 5-6 digit
Complaint number for each Complaint. Finally, when no such Complaint numbers were not issued, you advised
me to contact your office again if I did not receive such Complaint numbers from the Sheriff's Department by
March 4, 2010.

As of today, March 5, 2010, I have never received any Complaint numbers or any other communication from the
Sheriff's Department of the County of Los Angeles.

For your convenience, listed below are the nine (9) Complaints and the Addendum. The Complaints pertained to
widespread, long term, established practices of the Sheriff's Department of the County of Los Angeles, which were
alleged as serious violations of fundamental Human Rights pursuant to ratified International Law (and also -
Constitutional and Civil Rights pursuant to US law). The Addendum also pin-pointed the alleged violations in
California Law - conduct of arrests and jailing with no valid records, and the cause- large computer systems, which
by both design and operation facilitated the conduct of such alleged violations. The Addendum also proposed the
solution - publicly accountable validation of the case management systems of the Sheriff's Department of the
County of Los Angeles. Official report of KPMG, Los Angeles, the independent auditor of the County of Los
 Page 2/3 March 5, 2010

Angeles, was also previously note, which found similar material deficiencies in other central computer systems of
the County of Los Angeles.

I request that you facilitate the issuance of Complaint numbers for Complaints #1 through #9, listed below. In case
you conclude that the Sheriff's Department was not likely to issue Complaint numbers or investigate the
Complaints as such, please let me know as soon as possible.

Thank you again for your help in this matter.

Response within 2 business days is kindly requested.

Truly,

Joseph Zernik, PhD


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1) Supervisors of the County of Los Angeles, California
2) KPMG, Los Angeles, Independent Auditor, County of Los Angeles, California
3) Office of Attorney General of the State of California, Jerry Brown.

List of nine (9) Complaints and an Addendum, pertaining to operations of the Sheriff's
Department of the County of Los Angeles, filed with the Ombudsman of the County of Los
Angeles, with request or the issuance of Complaint numbers.

1) Complaint #1 - False arrest and booking data for the falsely hospitalized Attorney Richard Fine, which the Sheriffs
Department refused to correct.

2) Complaint #2 - False or Missing Information Regarding Arrest and Booking of Numerous Inmates Held by the Sheriffs
Department

3) Complaint #3: False Hospitalizations With No Probable Medical Cause, Appearing As Cover Up For False Imprisonments.

4) Complaint #4: Alleged widespread corruption in bail/bond operations

5) Complaint #5 - False arrests and jailing of Joseph Zernik on February 6 and February 19, 2010

6) Complaint #6 - Misprision of Felonies by the Sheriff's Department in re: Armed abduction of Joseph Zernik by Richard
Rodriguez and Javier on February 19, 2010.

7) Complaint #7 - RE: False jailing of Joseph Zernik on February 6 and February 19, 2010 - Disregard for California Public
Records Act, Gov Code Govt Code 6254(f).

8) Complaint #8 - RE: False jailing of Joseph Zernik on February 6 and February 19, 2010 - Alleged corruption of bail/bond
services and large-scale embezzlement of public funds

9) Complaint #9 - RE: False jailing of Joseph Zernik on February 19, 2010 - Robbery of personal valuables from inmates, and
retaliation/harassment/intimidation against victim/witness/informant.
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Addendum to Complaints #1: #2 #3, #5, #6, #8, #9 - False arrests and jailing and hospitalizations
In conjunction with the complaints listed above, please accept the following addendum.

California Code of Regulations, Crime Prevention and Correction 3273 says:

3273. Acceptance and Surrender of Custody.


Wardens and superintendents must not accept or surrender
custody of any prisoner under any circumstances, except by valid
court order or other due process of law.

It is alleged that the complaints referenced above, #1, #2, #3, #5, #6, #8, #9, all involved conduct of the Sheriff's
Department where inmates were arrested or accepted into jailing with no valid court order or due process of law;
That the Sheriff's Department of Los Angeles County established in recent decades computer systems which lacked
and lack security, validity, and reliability and therefore must not be deemed as valid court orders or due process of
law; That such computer systems were and are routinely used to affect arrests and jailing with no valid court order
or due process of law; That for such reasons, the Sheriff's Department was and is out of compliance and in
violation of the law and/or regulations.

Therefore, the proposed solution involved publicly accountable validation (certified functional logic verification) of
such computer systems, which were and are employed in determination of Liberty of persons in Los Angeles
County, California.