The judge, who threatened a young mother with loss of custody if she complained to his court, and her child was then beaten to death by the father, slapped a $640 sanction on a children’s advocate who is leading his recall. – See more at: http://inlandempire.us/judge-slaps-sanctions-against-recall-advocate/#sthash.qNMLgzCs.dpuf http://californiajusticforcaucasians.blogspot.com/
by TomTerrific0420 on Mon Aug 22, 2011 4:40 pm
Gallegos said she noticed bruising and other injuries on her son when he would return
from visits with his father.
After Gallegos noticed the injuries, she asked a San Bernardino County Superior Court
judge in September 2009 to revoke Baeza’s visitation rights.
Judge John M. Pacheco dismissed Gallegos’ abuse claims as unfounded, and told her, “If
you continue to act this way, what I have to do is I’ll have to take custody away from you,” according to a transcript.
Gallegos said that after the hearing, she feared she would lose her son if she made more abuse allegations or kept her son from visiting Baeza.
SCHNEIDER/(John M. Pacheco) v Ellis CIVDS 906-308
IN THE SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY TRIAL COURT DISTRICT CIVIL DIVISION, COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
Judge John M. Pacheco took my case unlawfully while I was being tried in Judge Frangie’s Court. When Judge Pacheco demanded I appear before him I filed a timely 170.6. It appeared that the Judge was under some type of influence of Plaintiff Attorney David Binder Law Firm Thorpe and Howell.
Judge Pacheco wrongfully and intentionally prosecuted me after I complained about the discriminating judicial system in San Bernardino I Riverside County. He refused to dismiss himself after I complained numerous times over the past 3 years with him not explaining the charges or why the 170.6 was not timely, see http://www.truckerscomplaint.com/