Wednesday, April 10, 2013

No Wonder The Whores Aren't In Prison - They Have Now Immunized Perjury & Fraud

From: Kelley Lynch <>
Date: Wed, Apr 10, 2013 at 10:15 AM
Subject: Fwd: Regarding your threat to sue lawyers in connection with your criminal prosecution
To: "*irs. commissioner" <*>, Washington Field <>, ASKDOJ <>, "Kelly.Sopko" <>, "Doug.Davis" <>, Dennis <>, "Francisco.A.Suarez" <>

To the FBI,
I do not like being exposed to dangerously unstable stark raving lunatics with motive over Cohen's tax fraud and Phil Specor's matter.  Anyway, these lunatics are clear - perjury is immune from consequences.  That's obvious.  Cohen confessed to perjury, lied through his teeth, and this is definitely LA Confidential.  Many people should be arrested here.  They're arrogance and thuggery shocks the conscience.  These lunatics are clearly used to getting their way and bull dozing through reality.  That's why LA is corrupt.  Gianeli belongs in prison.  The man's obsession with me is psychotic and to think that the prosecutor permitted this man to criminally harass me while copying her in is DERANGED.  I'm glad I am in the Bay Area because people know I am dealing with LUNATICS with motive. 
All the best,

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From: The-14th Sheepdog <>
Date: Wed, Apr 10, 2013 at 10:05 AM
Subject: Regarding your threat to sue lawyers in connection with your criminal prosecution
To: Kelley Lynch <>

All but two states recognize absolute immunity for lawyers involved in litigation with "very little variation" from state to state. The Restatement formulation, adopted in nearly every state (including California), describes the litigation privilege as follows:

“An attorney at law is absolutely privileged to publish defamatory matter concerning another in communications preliminary to a proposed judicial proceeding, or in the institution of, or during the course and as a part of, a judicial proceeding in which he participates as counsel, if it has some relation to the proceeding.”

The privilege applies regardless of malice, bad faith, or any nefarious motives on the part of the lawyer so long as the conduct complained of has some relation to the litigation.  Every state in the nation also recognizes that the question of whether absolute privilege applies in a given case is necessarily one of law for the trial court to determine. Requiring a judicial determination of absolute immunity allows courts to dismiss cases against attorneys at the earliest possible stage in the litigation.  

While the absolute immunity from civil liability originated to protect attorneys from lawsuits for defamation, recent cases logically extend immunity to other claims as well. The spectrum of legal theories to which the privilege has been applied includes negligence, breach of confidentiality,  abuse of process, intentional infliction of  emotional distress, negligent infliction of emotional distress, invasion of privacy, civil conspiracy, interference with contractual or advantageous business relations and fraud.

Additionally, the Restatement summarizes the scope of the litigation privilege as "all proceedings before an officer or other tribunal exercising a judicial function.

As a consequence, any suit along the lines you threaten would be subject to immediate dismissal and no one fears it.

That's obvious.  See out of control LA Confidential.