In case you haven’t heard, the United States Department of Justice investigators are interviewing certain AOC employees both yesterday and today, possibly in connection with the AOC re-purposing funds for court interpreters.
A suggestion to DOJ investigators: Don’t stop there. Trace every federal dollar in every program. Trace every dollar to the vendors. Make sure that those investigators review this site in its entirety.
It will cause them more questions that need to be answered and will eventually lead to indictments.
Perhaps an active federal investigation is the reason for the judges in this state suddenly going quiet, for they wouldn’t wish to risk commenting on pending or impending litigation. * CONFIRMED
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- Legal complaint behind the investigation (scribd)
From: Gutierrez, Pamela
Sent: Monday, December 10, 2012 2:15 PM
To: AOC OGC – San Francisco; AOC COSSO
Subject: DOJ Interviews
“Please be aware that in connection with an investigation of AOC by the US Department of Justice, attorneys from USDOJ are conducting interviews in a conference room on 5 today and tomorrow. Be mindful that conversations about confidential matters not be overheard and that confidential documents not be left out in the open.
Linda Q. Foy
Supervising Attorney, Labor and Employment Unit
Legal Services Office
Judicial Council of California – Administrative Office of the Courts
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