HONORABLE B.J. BJORK
Larson Justice Center
46-200 Oasis Street; Indio, CA
When a drug family, related to a board member moved in across the street, I found little help from the HOA board, HOA attorneys, Wayne Guralnick, Kendal Berkey, Ron Green, Jeffery French, and Brian Moreno, my neighbors, the police, or the courts. Later I would discover that there is a well-grounded government system in place -- a type of shadow government -- that supports the the infrastructure of HOAs, rather than the people who live in them. The more I delved into the laws that regulated HOAs, and the more I tried to find some common ground for mutual communication, the more obvious it became that I was upsetting some sort of corporate boat that was not going to allow itself be rocked, and, would retaliate in the worst of ways against anyone who dare challenge them.
When I approached Assemblywoman Bonnie Garcia, she refused to help, and then provably conspired with Cathedral City, City Attorney, and my HOA board to drag me before judges, who handed them bogus, void-on -the-face restraining orders; orders with no judisdiction that did not meet legislative statatory, or case law to be granted. All to keep me out of meetings, surpress my writing of a newsletter, and even to try and keep me from making complaints to the police, or legislature. I was working on getting all of these orders dismissed, and in the process had made complaints against judges and commissioners for handing out these void judgments.
JUNE 8, 2006 I was falsely arrested while going into court to dismiss a void-on-the-face restraining order, by Riverside County District Attorney, Rich Twiss on a 422.6 (A) PC, Misdemeanor hate crime action. There was absolutlely no basis for this charge, and I was ont allowed to ask why I was being arrested. Twiss handcuffed me, refused to let me appear in court, and would not hear what I had to say; he literally marched me through the court house, to the HONORABLE B. J. BJORK, who imposed on me the excessive, unconstitutional, unreasonable bail of $500,000 -- on a unproven misdemeanor! The Eighth Amendment itself does not speak of any right to bail, but it does prohibit the imposition of excessive bail.
I asked Judge Bjork for release on my own recognizance (O.R.), and told him the order is void. In a most rude, and insensitive manner, Judge Bjork denied me O.R., and told me, You had better hope the order is void! and then he had me incarcerated in jail, where I was not allowed even a phone call until June 22, and remained for over a year, suffering much well-documented abuse. Ilost my home, thousands of dollars, my health, and my reputation.
MAY 23, 2008: I filed a complaint against B.J. BJORK with the California Commission on Judicial Performance charging him with recklessness, oppression, fraud and malice, and elder abuse in his actions against me.
The California Commission on Judicial Performance has promised an investigation.
I am filing a motion for dismissal of my case.