Dear Governor Jerry Brown:
It is my hope that this correspondence finds you in the best of health, wealth and prosperity. All Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors have proven inadequate to lead. They have looked the other way while fraud and corruption is right under their noses. They have proven unresponsive and shiftless to complaints of collusion and violations of the Public’s Trust. They have purposefully failed to provide oversight of the Los Angeles County Child Support Services Department, the Los Angeles County Probation Department and the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services. In that, over 70 children have died at the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services and just recently it has been proven that inmates in Los Angeles County Jails are enduring inhumane treatment and being beaten to death by Deputies. All because the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors are both negligent and inadequate to lead. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors continue to waste taxpayer dollars by overlooking gross incompetence by Judicial Representatives like Commissioner Robert B. Axel of ADR Services Inc. Commissioner Robert B. Axel has shown serious deficits in his ability to compute very basic Mathematical Computations. Commissioner Robert B. Axel is easily suggestible, in that, County Attorney Phillip S. Spaber has been observed using the “Jedi Mind Trick” on Commissioner Robert B. Axel, thus causing Commissioner Robert B. Axel to suspend rational thought and mental autonomy. Commissioner Robert B. Axel has time and again proven that he is not mentally and/or intellectually fit to sit on the bench and rule on behalf of the State of California. According to the Los Angeles Unified School District’s Academic Standards, Commissioner Robert B. Axel is operating at Far Below Basic (FBB) in Mathematical Computation and Reading Comprehension, his inability to comprehend what he reads is very noticeable when he detaches from reality, by going off on irrelevant tangents and engages in rambling rants about unrelated issues that have no bearing on the documents or the case presented before him. In that, on several occasions Commissioner Robert B. Axel has been observed rambling and being totally aloof during court proceedings. For example, on October 12, 2011, Commissioner Robert B. Axel had a noticeable flat and lethargic affect; he appeared confused, disoriented, hallucinatory and oblivious to legal procedures and Citizen’s rights. Commissioner Robert B. Axel has made irrational rulings in case number VD065587, WILSON v BOMANI which clearly and absolutely demonstrate that Commissioner Robert B. Axel is no longer competent to represent the Los Angeles Superior Court as Commissioner. Due to the fact that Commissioner Robert B. Axel has shown noticeable signs of senility, it is recommended that he be relieved of his duties as Commissioner and encouraged to enter into early retirement. It is further recommended that all Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors be voted out of office for dereliction of their duties and for perpetrating leadership fraud on the citizens of Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles County Child Support Services Department and The Los Angeles County Probation Department have engaged in collusion to deny United States Soldier SGT. Hashim M. Bomani his Constitutional Rights, rights that SGT. Bomani is willing to pay the ultimate price for on behalf of all American Citizen’s (SEE EVIDENCE.)
Chief Attorney Fesia A. Davenport and Deputy Probation Officer II Stephanie M. Wilson have fraudulently kept and withheld SGT. Bomani’s children from visiting with their father (SEE EVIDENCE.)
Chief Attorney Fesia A. Davenport, her understudy Phillip S. Spaber and Deputy Probation Officer II Stephanie M. Wilson have used mobster tactics to conceal and understate assets and income (SEE EVIDENCE) (SEE EVIDENCE.)
On MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2011 Commissioner Robert B. Axel of the Norwalk Superior Court, Department Z will review Court documents which shows, with certainty, that the Los Angeles County Child Support Services Department has rendered SGT. Hashim M. Bomani destitute. The public is encouraged to report to Norwalk Superior Court and observe the above mentioned incompetencies by Commissioner Robert B. Axel (SEE EVIDENCE.)
Commissioner Robert B. Axel
Says He Will Step Down in December
By SHERRI M. OKAMOTO, Staff Writer
Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Robert Axel said yesterday that he plans to participate in the voluntary separation program announced by the court last Thursday.
Axel, who just turned 69 this month, remarked that he has “been with the court 37 years, and could go on another 37 years,” but decided in light of “my personal situation as well as the court’s,” that it was “time for me to pack up my gear and head off into the sunset.”
He noted that the court has been through “a lot of ups and downs” during his tenure as a commissioner, but its current fiscal situation is “by far the worst,” as the judiciary is “in dire straits.”
The commissioner said the decision was “traumatic” for him, since his time with the court has been “the best part of my life in terms of working life.” Axel spoke highly of his colleagues in Norwalk, and predicted “it will be tough to leave” after “all the wonderful times” they shared.
Axel disclosed that he plans to “take some time off” after he leaves the court, but he is “not ready to lie down” since he has “got a lot of working years left.”
Come January, Axel said, “it will be the first time in 56 years that I’ll be unemployed,” so “I’ll be looking” for work.
His first job was working in a hardware store, when he was 14, Axel said. The New York native, who is the son of former Los Angeles Municipal Court Judge Nathan Axel, went on to attend Burbank High School and what is now California State University Northridge, where he served as student body president.
Axel earned his law degree from UCLA and joined the State Bar in 1967. He worked for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office while in law school, but entered private practice after graduation.
He was a sole practitioner focusing on surety and construction completion bond matters in Beverly Hills before being elected as a commissioner.
He served on the Superior Court Executive Committee in 1987 and again in 1995, and was president of the California Court Commissioners Association in 1984.
Axel is the first of the court commissioners contacted to indicate his intention to participate in the voluntary separation program, which is providing an incentive for up to 30 bench officers to step down before the end of the year.
Commissioner Marilyn Martinez said yesterday she has made “no decision” and had no additional comment. Steff Padilla and Marshall Rieger on Friday both said that they too were undecided.
Martin Gladstein, Jeffrey M. Harkavy, Alan Friedenthal, John Chemeleski and Robert Harrison have said they do not plan to take part.
Edmon last week told the MetNews that the court stands to save $7,071,570 annually, starting in fiscal year 2012-13, if 30 commissioners opt to separate. If 30 court reporters participate in the incentive program being organized for them, the court would save an additional $3.6 million.
The program entails a one-time payment of six-months salary to as many as 30 commissioners who voluntarily separate from court service effective Dec. 30, a court spokesperson said.
Any of the court’s 109 full-time commissioners in good standing are eligible to participate, and must inform the court before the close of business Nov. 21 if they wish to participate, the spokesperson added.
Axel remarked yesterday that the choice of whether or not to participate is “a very difficult decision for any of us to make,” and praised the court leadership for offering such an “innovative” program to address its budgetary crisis.
“If you got to be asked to leave, they did it in the best way possible,” Axel said. “The administration of the court is doing it in a very considered, humane-type way, and a lot of thought has gone into it,” he concluded.
Copyright 2011, Metropolitan News Company
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