Thursday, July 9, 2015

The Criminal Stalker On Phil Spector & Radar Online

From: Kelley Lynch <>
Date: Thu, Jul 9, 2015 at 12:33 PM
Subject: Re: James Otero, Judge will rubberstamp the magistrate's report and recommendation
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Hi Mr. Riordan,

The Criminal Stalker cannot get one fact correct.  Otero was appointed by President Bush.  


On Thu, Jul 9, 2015 at 12:31 PM, Kelley Lynch <> wrote:

Radar Online,

My Criminal Stalker, who appears to be moonlighting for Leonard Cohen and the Spector prosecution, has concluded that you don't have a clue about legal procedure.  Why do you believe five gold diggers were on the stand but no one who actually knows Phil Spector testified?  I can assure you that most of these witnesses are liars.  It's irrelevant what this federal judge does because Phil Spector will move onto the 9th circuit.  I find it interesting that the news media is so intrigued by the lies about Mr. Spector and a gun but not interested in the corruption in Los Angeles.  LA Superior Court condones fraud and perjury.  That is a fact.  

All judges seem to need anger management so that doesn't interest me.  

Take a look at the forensic evidence.  It concludes - correctly - that Clarkson shot herself.  It's usually not wise to glorify individuals who mix alcohol, pills, and guns.  Clearly that leads to tragedies.  The news media should do its job and investigate this entire situation thoroughly.  Phil Spector's hair is not that interesting at the end of the day.  The corruption in Los Angeles is.

Kelley Lynch

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Date: Thu, Jul 9, 2015 at 3:01 AM
Subject: James Otero, Judge will rubberstamp the magistrate's report and recommendation

Obviously, Radar On-Line doesn’t have a clue about legal procedure. And like Kelley Lynch they always reach the conclusion they have already decided to reach, regardless of the data.

One thing they did get right, though, is the 99.9% probability that The Hon. S. (Samuel) James Otero, Judge of the Federal District Court for the Central District of California is going to rubber stamp his magistrate’s report and recommendation to deny and dismiss Phillip Spector’s June, 2012 petition for a writ of habeas corpus.

How do I know that?

Because I have looked into this judge, read everything there is to read about him, including his decisions.

He is a “reliably conservative Latino” appointed to the bench by Ronald Reagan who by all accounts is not terribly bright and has an ever worse judicial temperament.

In Spector’s favor, though, he has a horrible reputation with the 9th Circuit stemming from when he sat by appointment as a temporary appeal justice of that court, as a part of a 3-judge panel that heard an appeal from a dismissal of a lawsuit by several Saudi citizens who were mistreated and berated – then falsely arrested – by an airline stewardess even though they did nothing wrong. She had the airline diverted back to the nearest airport and several first class passengers deplaned and arrested, all because they dared questioned her abusive treatment of them in-flight. All of the witnesses backed up the passengers.
The appeal panel reversed the dismissal, with James Otero dissenting. He wanted to give the benefit of the doubt to the piolet’s decision to ground, deplane and arrest even though he failed to independently investigate the flight attendant’s claims.

Not only that, but Otero was so angry at the two other 9th circuit panel members for reversing, he deliberately refused to sign off on the opinion for 18-months, just to vent his frustration – thereby delaying justice for personal reasons because he did not like the result.

If that is not enough, these judicial reviews by lawyers appearing before him tell the rest of the story:

This guy is an incorrigible bastard who rules with an iron fist. He refused to grant a stipulated two week extension on cross-motions for summary judgment citing the fact that, as stamped on the order denying, "deadlines are firm." He also told me at our first status conference not to file an MJOP because "[he] won't read it."

I am law firm staff. This judge's clerk, Victor Cruz, is simply ridiculous. I have worked in law for over 27 years, and have NEVER encountered such a power-hungry monger as this guy. He thrives on telling you that you are not in compliance. He is snide, nasty, and possibly the rudest person I have ever had the displeasure to speak with. He thinks that his rules and regulations (although he says they are not his but Judge Otero's), are simply gospel. He has rules in different places, that do not match up, and so you have no idea what to do with anything. When you ask for specifics or guidance, he flatly refuses - and snippily says - "Good Luck." He has threatened to strike pleadings, force an in person appearance, and to dismiss a case due to his alleged "non-compliance" with some mystery rule, but won't tell you what it is, and then says, read the rules. I am shocked and horrified that a member of the U.S. Government, paid by the taxpayers, can act this way, and get away with it. This guy should be very sternly reminded he is PUBLIC SERVANT, and needs to learn some simple courtesy and respect for the human race. I cannot express enough how absolutely ridiculous this guy is.

Judge Ortero should be ashamed to have him representing him and his office. Congress should be ashamed to have appointed this judge, who hired this clerk. It is way past time that this court get in the 21st century and knock of the condescending ridiculous, holier than though attitude.

Dim, hostile, anger management problems, just an intolerable hack. Previously a government attorney and then a state court judge, who got promoted to the federal bench because he was a reliably conservative Latino.

A bully with an anger management problem. Punishes parties and counsel for sins real and imagined. Lashes out with arbitrary orders when he is mad, then (later) reverses them, resulting in confusion and disruption of parties' schedules. A Manuel Real in the making. An angry tyrant. Woe be to you if you are perceived as running afoul of his rules and orders, which are prolix and onerous. My opposing counsel got the worst of it, and I did not envy him.

This judge has a temperament ill-suited for the federal bench. He is abusive to counsel and eager to dismiss cases and causes of action with seemingly little reflection. He does in fact make up his mind early and will only hear the one side that supports his early determined position.

His reputation as bullying and discourteous are deserved. I've seen him go out of his way to be nasty and, really, petty.

Worst judge and staff I have ever been in front ofAbused the jury pool also.

Makes up his mind early, and then is impossible to sway. Does not allow argument if he disagrees. Not my favorite judge by a longshot.