"You are victims of real estate fraud by the judges of the Los Angeles Superior Court."
It took them some time to digest the news. They knew all along that they were deceived in litigation at the court, where they lost a 6- unit rental property at Yale Street in Santa Monica. However, they suspected that plaintiff alone was responsible for the fraud, together with his counsel, Att Mark Green (Green & Marker). They never suspected the judges...
As typical of such crimes at the LA Superior Court, the litigation fraud was not handled by one judge alone, but instead by about ten judges as a group effort. That way none of them would ever be taken to task. All of them presided with no assignment orders and with no authority at all.
The critical fraud was performed by a judge who in the computerized records was identified only as "MUNI JUDGE".
Barbara Darwish confirmed that it was Judge John Segal.
For litigation in a civil unlimited claim, on that day, in May 2002, she went for the trial at Santa Monica Superior Court, but then was told to go to the Culver City Municipal Court, At the Culver City Municipal Court, Judge John Segal conducted a sham trial by court that was the epitome of the fraud in this case.
The case - Galdjie v Darwish (SC052737) is a classic case of the Enterprise Track of the Los Angeles Superior Court- cases that may look perfectly fine as cases of the court, but in fact are anything but...