Judicial Partners in Deadly Consequences

The following judges played a key role in the second round of blocking the reports of corrupt and criminal activities in judicial and other government offices (including those whose documented misconduct encouraged and insured the success of the September 11, 2001, terrorists. They were listed as defendants in a lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court at Reno, Nevada and were protected by other federal judges in a continuation of judicial cover-ups. 

That lawsuit, filed by former federal agent Rodney Stich, also sought to report to a federal court, under the federal crime reporting statute, the corrupt and criminal acts responsible for misconduct in government that is subverting the security of the United States and inflicting great harm upon the American people. (The tragic effects upon the aviation environment is only one of the many areas in which the documented corruption spreads its effects.)

The past and present obstruction of justice tactics are criminal acts, and their retaliation against the former federal agent and witness for seeking to report the federal crimes under the federal crime reporting statute were additional federal crimes.

Significance of a Greater Threat Than Foreign Terrorists

What these federal judges did to the former federal agent seeking to report the criminal activities and culture in certain government offices inflicted great personal and financial harm upon him, but the significance of what they did is far greater. If such a large number of federal judges can misuse the courts in such a criminal manner, making possible the continuation of the catastrophic consequences from the criminal activities that they covered up, the United States and its people have a far greater threat and source of harm than any foreign terrorist.

Dozens of Federal Judges Became Implicated In the Multiple
Schemes Involved in Blocking Reports of Criminal Activities


In the U.S. district and appellate courts at San Francisco:

In the U.S. district courts at Sacramento:

In the U.S. district courts at Reno:

In the bankruptcy courts at Las Vegas, Nevada:

In the district and appellate courts at Washington, DC:

In the district and appellate courts at New York City.

In the U.S. Supreme Court:

Additional Details on the
Threat to America

Robert Schnacke (U.S. District Court, San Francisco). He was the first judge to receive a federal brief seeking to expose the government corruption that he and other federal inspectors discovered within the Federal Aviation Administration.

James R. Browning (U.S. District Court, San Francisco). He was the district court judge who heard Stich's lawsuit against the National Transportation Safety Board in which Stich sought a court order forcing the NTSB to reopen the accident investigation into the 1978 PSA disaster in San Diego and admit major evidence revealing the primary reason why the disaster occurred (as revealed in the third edition of Unfriendly Skies).

Milton Schwartz (U.S. District Court, Sacramento). After Stich filed his lawsuit seeking to expose even worse high-level government corruption which Stich and his expanding number of government agents has discovered, Schwartz initially showed concern. Stich filed the lawsuit under several federal statutes, including the mandatory crime-reporting statute, Title 18 U.S.C. Section 4. A month later, Schwartz had suddenly reversed his position, apparently under instructions from Justice Department officials. He refused to receive the information about the criminal misconduct, contrary to his requirement under the criminal statute, and dismissed the lawsuit. Compounding his refusal to receive the evidence, Schwartz rendered an unlawful and unconstitutional order barring Stich from federal court access for the remainder of Stich's life. This order:

Raul Ramirez (U.S. District Court, Sacramento-now in private practice in the Sacramento area). Ramirez enlarged upon the corrupt acts by Judge Schwartz and Magistrate Moulds, insuring that Stich would be sent to federal prison under especially harsh conditions, apparently seeking to break Stich's spirits and possibly bring about his death. At this time Stich was 65 years of age and had just recovered from a six-bypass coronary artery operation. Ramirez is now a lawyer in Sacramento, California.

John Moulds (Magistrate in U.S. District Court, Sacramento--also in private practice in Sacramento). Moulds was first contacted by Stich on the basis of his constitutional law expertise, seeking his help to halt the bizarre California lawsuit initiated by the CIA-related law firm, Friedman, Sloan and Ross that sought to strip Stich of the assets that funded his exposure of the government corruption. 



Marilyn Petal (U.S. District Court, San Francisco). One of the most vicious of all the federal judges that Stich encountered, Petal's enlarged on the prior judicial misconduct, thereby aiding and abetting the continuation of the criminal activities described in the 1998 third edition of Defrauding America and the third edition of Unfriendly Skies. She compounded the misconduct of other judges, and caused Stich to be fraudulently imprisoned and for five years under virtual house arrest from 1990 to 1995 (when the charges were suddenly and without notice to Stich, dropped.) Information provided to Stich by his CIA sources indicated that Petal was deeply involved with covert CIA activities, as are many other judges.
Vaughn Walker (U.S. District Court, San Francisco). Walker closely assisted Judge Petal in blocking the exposure of the criminal activities and in seeking to return Stich to prison in retaliation for having exercised the mandatory federal crime-reporting statute. (Title 18 USC Section 4.) Walker's orders kept Stich under almost complete house arrest from 1990 to 1995, until the charges were suddenly dropped in 1995 without notice to Stich. (Walker rendered orders that provided unusual relief to major drug traffickers, possibly because of a CIA drug connection.) Even after Stich passed the age of 70, Walker sought to send Stich back to prison while simultaneously blocking the exposure and prosecution of the criminal activities that Stich and his group of government agents sought to expose. Walker would be one of the many federal judges criminally implicated in the various obstruction of justice and retaliation against witness offenses
Samuel Conti (U.S. District Court, Sacramento). He also played a peripheral role in aiding and abetting the actions by other federal judges, continuing to expand the list of federal judges criminally implicated in obstruction of justice.
David F. Levi (U.S. District Court, Sacramento). Levi was the U.S. attorney who joined Judge Schwartz in the scheme that charged Stich with criminal contempt of court and the judicial actions leading to the seizure and looting of Stich's assets. Although it would have been a criminal offense if Stich had not sought to report the criminal activities to a federal judge, this Justice Department employee (with the blessing of Judge Schwartz and the other judges and Supreme Court Justices) reversed the law and charged Stich with criminal contempt of court for complying with the mandatory federal crime reporting statute (Title 18 U.S.C. Section 4.) Of some interest is the fact that Justice Department employees and federal judges were earlier identified by Stich in Unfriendly Skies (and later in Defrauding America) as aiding and abetting the criminal acts that Stich and other federal agents had uncovered. After doing his part in the scheme to block the exposure of the criminal activities, Levi was promoted to U.S. District Court at Sacramento. (It is standard practice to put people in key positions throughout the courts and other government entities who are either criminally involved or "on the team.")
Edward Garcia (U.S. District Court, Sacramento). Garcia also played a role in the above activities.
Lowell Jensen (U.S. District Court, San Francisco) Jensen played a role in the above activities. He was directly involved as a Department of Justice employee in the Inslaw scandal and in the Iran-Contra affair (described in Defrauding America). Following a standard pattern, he was rewarded with a federal judge position which added to the judicial blocks against anyone trying to expose the corruption in the courts and other government entities and operations.
Lawrence Silberman (U.S. Court of Appeals, Washington, DC). Silberman played key roles in blocking Stich from exposing the high-level government corruption, including the attempts by Stich and his coalition of government agents and deep-cover operatives from exposing CIA crimes (CIA drug trafficking, savings and loan fraud, among others). Coincidentally, Silberman was a former legal counsel for the CIA.
Stanley Sporkin (U.S. Court of Appeals, Washington, DC). Sporkin also played key roles in blocking Stich's exposure activities. Sporkin was at one time the head legal counsel for the CIA, was legal counsel for the covert CIA operation, Southern Air Transport, and identified by Terry Reed in his book, Compromised, as involved in CIA Arkansas drug smuggling activities.

Sampling of Participants in the Bankruptcy Court Corruption

Robert Jones (U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Las Vegas). Jones was the judge who criminally misused his judicial office to seize Stich's assets, and place them in the hands of known embezzler, Charles Duck (formerly a Santa Rosa, California court-appointed trustee with a long history of looting assets and reportedly a CIA asset). The Jones' story is found in the third edition of Defrauding America and the third edition of Unfriendly Skies. Judge Jones' actions were especially important for the convoluted scheme to block Stich's exposure of high-level corruption to succeed.
Edward Jellen (U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Oakland). Especially crude were the actions of Judge Jellen, who sentenced Stich to federal prison for filing objections to the looting of Stich's assets by corrupt trustee Charles Duck and the others who worked with him.
Allan Jaroslovsky (U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Santa Rosa, California). A well-known figure in the judicial corruption in the bankruptcy courts.

Documented Pattern of Complicity by Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court

Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court have repeatedly aided and abetted in the criminal and subversive activities that Stich and his coalition of government agents sought to expose and correct. Repeatedly, Stich filed federal actions in U.S. District Courts seeking to report to federal courts the high-level criminal activities, such as CIA drug trafficking and the judicial corruption in bankruptcy courts, and was blocked from doing so. He even suffered judicial retaliation in the form of contempt-of-court charges and sentences and the seizure of his life's assets. In each of these cases he brought the matters to the U.S. Supreme Court in petitions for writ of certiorari. In each case, the Justices of the Supreme Court refused to correct the serious violations of federal criminal statutes and due process rights, and refused to act when they themselves were made aware of the criminal activities brought to them under federal crime-reporting statutes, including Title 18 U.S.C. Section 4.

Under federal criminal statutes, the Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court are criminally implicated in many of the criminal activities described in the third edition of Unfriendly Skies and the third edition of Defrauding America. Under federal crime reporting statutes, and especially the very important Title 18 U.S.C. Section 4, anyone knowing of a federal crime is himself or herself guilty of a crime if that person does not promptly report the crime/s to a federal judge or other federal official. Their role is partly documented in Unfriendly Skies and more heavily documented in the 1998 third edition of Defrauding America.

Supreme Court Justices who repeatedly covered up for the criminal and judicial violations, who violated several federal criminal statutes, and who made possible the continuation of the criminal and subversive activities described in the two books, include Justices William H. Rehnquist, Stephen Breyer, Anthony Kennedy, Sandra Day O'Connor, Antonin Scalia, David H. Souter, John P. Stevens, Clarence Thomas. Assisting in various ways to block filing of papers was the clerk of the U.S. Supreme Court, William K. Suter. The cover-ups and obstruction of justice by these Supreme Court personnel are documented by filings and attempted filings, expanding the gravity of the documented misconduct described in the two books. 

Sampling of California Judges Who Aided the Scheme 
To Block Stich From Reporting Federal Crimes

California judges aided and abetted the scheme to block the exposure of high-level government corruption, working closely with the CIA-associated San Francisco law firm of Friedman, Sloan and Ross (as detailed and documented in the third edition of Unfriendly Skies and 1998 third edition of Defrauding America). By violating large numbers of California and federal statutes, related decisional law, rules of court, they conspired to strip Rodney Stich of over $10 million in assets (1987 value), which funded his exposure activities of government corruption described in the two books. Under federal criminal statutes, they became criminally implicated in the scheme to block the reporting of federal crimes by a former federal investigator.

Dennis Bunting (Solano County, Fairfield, CA, and now, county counsel, Solano County.)

Dwight Ely (Solano County, Fairfield, CA)

William Jensen (Solano County, Fairfield, CA, promoted to California Court of Appeals)

Michael McInnis (Solano County, Fairfield, CA, now retired).

Clinton Peterson (Solano County, Fairfield, CA, promoted thereafter to California Court of Appeals.)

Richard Harris (Solano County, Fairfield, CA)

Harry W. Low (California Court of Appeals)

Donald B. King (California Court of Appeals)

Zane P. Haning (California Court of Appeals)

The documented acts by California judges, attorney general, and other government personnel meets the definition for a lawsuit defining California as a racketeering enterprise.

Law Firms and Lawyers Who
Joined the Scheme and Profited

Friedman, Sloan and Ross (San Francisco law firm, reportedly a CIA front or asset). This is the law firm that commenced the sham action against Stich, that was barred by state and federal law.

Lawrence Gibbs (attorney with Friedman, Sloan and Ross and now an attorney in the San Francisco-Berkeley area). A key attorney in the scheme to strip Stich of the assets that funded Stich's exposure of high-level government corruption.

Goldberg, Stinnett & MacDonald (San Francisco law firm). A major player in the scheme that blocked the exposure of high-level government corruption and the looting of Stich's assets.

Goldberg, Stinnett, Meyers & Davis (Modified partner structure of Goldberg, Stinnett & MacDonald). Working with court-appointed trustee and known embezzler Charles Duck and others, they assisted in looting Stich's assets.

Maurice Moyal. Attorney in the Concord, California area who sabotaged Stich's defenses when Stich employed him to defend against the sham California action that commenced the looting of Stich's assets.

Murray and Murray (Law firm in Palo Alto). Worked closely with court-appointed trustees looting assets seized from people exercising statutory protections of Chapter 11, including joining the scheme against Stich which helped block the reporting of major criminal activities.

Sid Saperstein, attorney in the Oakland-San Francisco area, who worked with Friedman, Sloan and Ross in carrying out the scheme against Rodney Stich.

Jo Anne Speers, attorney and assistant for Judge Milton Schwartz, she assisted and conspired with Judge Schwartz in the sham attacks upon Stich as described in both books. At this time she is an attorney with the California-based League of California cities.

Joshua Landish, Las Vegas attorney, who sabotaged his client, Rodney Stich, paving the way for Judge Jones to strip Stich of the assets funding Stich's exposure activities.

Carl Larson, court-appointed attorney for Rodney Stich, who sabotaged Stich's defenses when Stich was charged with contempt of court.

Joel Pegg, attorney in the Sacramento, California area. Pegg was hired by Stich to defend against the sham contempt of court charge and the sham California action, and proceeded to promptly sabotage Stich in both cases, making possible the loss of Stich's $10 million in assets and Stich's imprisonment on the sham contempt of court charge.

Smith and Collins law firm in South Carolina, who used as a plaintiff a former resident of Elko, Nevada, who may have murdered his wife, based upon information given to Stich by a former physician who treated the murdered wife a week before her murder. That law firm started an actions to seize the books exposing the corruption. Over a dozen lawyers and half a dozen law firms were actively filing legal actions from 2001 to 2007 in an attempt to remove the books from circulation that exposed the corruption that continued to result in catastrophic consequences. Among the lawyers involved were the following:

More names of legal fraternity participants can be found in the books, Defrauding America, Drugging America, Unfriendly Skies and Terrorism Against America.

Greater Threat to America Than Foreign Terrorists

Understanding the charges made in the lawsuits, and the documented reactions of federal judges, could give the thinking person an insight into areas of corruption throughout government that have caused more harm to the people, and the country, than any foreign terrorist. Under today's awesome threats to the United States have their breeding ground in the people and groups implicated in these various forms of criminal activities.

Several of the Not-For-Profit Books Related
To Widespread Internal Corruption


All of the books are available at amazon.com, in print and on the Kindle, and at many other Internet sites. They bring together the various pieces of the puzzle to better understand the overall picture, and why the same conditions continue year after year. Information on the books by former government agent Rodney Stich

Sampling of early books reviews

Sampling of complimentary letters/faxes to author/activist Rodney Stich.

Email address for the author and activist against corruption in government: stich@unfriendlyskies.com.

For more information relating to the author and his activities put "Rodney Stich" into a search engine such as Google or yahoo.com. The links run into many tens of thousands.

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