NCFM Legal Analyst Alexander Baker, COURT WATCH AND PROTEST OF FAMILY COURT CORRUPTION

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MARCH 2, 2020 – DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES

Alexander Baker has irrefutable evidence of bribery and corruption in Los Angeles Superior Court. He’s had enough. We would like a protest like the one above, also at the LA Family Court House over a decade ago.

EARLY MORNING PROTEST

Who: Alexander Baker. If you are up early bring your coffee and join Alexander.
What: Will speak and pass out information cards

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NCFM members protesting at 2008 San Diego domestic violence event.

Where: Main Entrance, Stanley Mosk Courthouse Steps, 111 N. Hill St. Los Angeles, CA, 90018

COURT WATCH

Who: You, the public
What: Witness Alexander Baker show the evidence for bribery and corruption to the brand new judge in his case
What: Witness federal civil rights lawsuit being served on Defendants
When: Monday, March 2, 2020, Hearing scheduled for 8:30 AM

Where: Stanley Mosk Courthouse, Dept. 60, 5th floor, Judge Joshua D. Wayser

LUNCHTIME PROTEST

Who: Alexander Baker and possibly others. Please join us.
What: Will speak and pass out information cards
When: Monday, March 2, 2020, 12:00 Noon
Where: Courtyard of the Stanley Mosk Courthouse, 111 N. Hill St. Los Angeles, CA, 90018

Alexander C. Baker, J.D.

 

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NCFM Legal Analyst Alexander Baker, COURT WATCH AND PROTEST OF FAMILY COURT CORRUPTION