Internet Evidence of Suspicious Timing of Court Awareness of CCFC Protest and Arrest Warrant For Group LeaderWritten by: Chris Print This Article
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On April 15, CCFC co-founder and attorney Cole Stuart was arrested in what appears to be a stunt staged by San Diego family law system employees, possibly including Judge Lorna Alksne and Judge Lisa Schall. It appears incontrovertible that the impending CCFC protest at the San Diego County Bar Association family law seminar on April 15 was well-known to court employees starting on April 14, the day on which an arrest warrant was issued for Cole Stuart.
We have observed there was a spike in activity on our web site by employees of the San Diego Superior Court on that, less than two days after we posted our article discussing the impending CCFC protest at the SDCBA family law seminar. While this doesn’t prove judicial bias on its own, it shows these judges were likely aware of the impending protest. It is also consistent with the opinion that San Diego judges viewed having Cole Stuart arrested as an opportunity to quash vociferous political opponents by abusing their authority.
Court Employees Widely Knew of CCFC Protest Planned for April 15
Below you can see a graph of activity from the “superior court of califronia. county of san diego” viewing articles on our web site. (Apparently they are not only unethical, they also don’t know how to spell California!)
We published our article CCFC Protests San Diego Family Courts on April 15, 2010 on April 12. There were no views from San Diego Superior Court until April 14 when you can see there was a large burst of activity on the very day an arrest warrant was issued for Cole Stuart.
Coincidence? We think not. It looks like the San Diego courts and family law system have decided to declare a covert war on the parents they are abusing who have dared to speak up against the fraud, misconduct, and corruption. Arresting the parents is one of their “solutions” to the family court crisis. It’s the typical game of “kill the messenger” that San Diego family court judges like to play with litigants. Dirty judges play dirty games.
Judges Using TROs and Police As Weapons Against Vocal Parents
It appears that San Diego Police Department was forced by the family law system to arrest Cole Stuart and that Judge Lorna Alksne’s large security detail supplied by the San Diego Sheriff’s Department was involved in this abusive action.
On April 8, biased Judge Lisa Schall issued a TRO against Cole Stuart in what we currently believe was an ex-parte hearing over an email he sent to his ex-wife, Lynn Stuart, attempting to arrange times for him to talk with their son on the telephone. Schall has an axe to grind with him as he’s filed a Commission on Judicial Performance Complaint against her for what he perceives as egregious misconduct and bias.
Cole Stuart was not informed of the TRO until April 16, after he was arrested. How can somebody comply with a TRO when they are not informed of it? This strongly appears to be a wrongful arrest staged by the court manipulating law enforcement for its own agenda.
Judge Lisa Schall, the judge who issued the TRO against Cole Stuart, was reprimanded by the Commission on Judicial Performance for her past abuses against a family court litigant. Is this more of the same? Not exactly. That previous incident occurred in a court room with witnesses and with a court reporter creating a transcript. Now it appears these unethical judges are trying to hide their activities so they cannot be held accountable as there is no transcript covering what they have done for the CJP to review.
The speculation at this point is that Judge Lisa Schall and other parties, likely including Judge Lorna Alksne and her personal security army of sheriff’s deputies, forced SDPD to arrest Cole Stuart to silence and intimidate the protesters and punish him and them for having the audacity to oppose the court’s abuses against families.
There may be very little hard evidence of how any of this was planned by the judges. It is well-known that these judges talk about their cases with each other and that they circulate memos about litigants they do not like. But in this case, no writing or phone calls are necessary due to proximity. Schall works in the Sixth Avenue courthouse in department F2, just down the hallway from Alksne in the same courthouse in department F5. These two biased and corrupt judges easily had the motive and opportunity to set up this whole incident to try to retaliate against Cole Stuart and CCFC for their growing opposition and criticism of the San Diego family law courts and their financial entanglement with lawyers and court service providers such as ill-reputed psychological evaluator Stephen Doyne. Witnesses report there was a large amount of suspicious activity involving Judge Lorna Alksne, sheriff’s deputies, and SDPD officers that appears to be timed around the arrest.
San Diego Courts Are A Danger To Your Family And You
If you are going to be in a San Diego family law court, take this is a lesson. You cannot trust many of these judges. They will abuse their power to punish and silence people who speak out against their baseless, arbitrary, and biased rulings and arrogant and incompetent words and decisions. If there is any chance you may go through a divorce or child custody battle in San Diego, you should realize that until this system is reformed or replaced that your family’s well-being and your very freedom are in jeopardy due to Alksne, Schall, and judges like them.