Re: Environmental Concerns~ Reply to Gov Brown’s directive to contact Atty General Kamala Harris

Honorable Governor Brown,

Thank you for your email of July 1, 2015 (see end of this reply email).  I am flattered that you are honored I turned to you for help, once again.  However, I believe your staff’s email to be in error when directing me to Attorney General Kamala Harris. I feel quite certain that the Governor of California’s help is required to address the issues I raise.
I have asked for assistance from Attorney General Harris in the past, to no avail.  Now that she is running for the United States Senate seat of Barbara Boxer, it is less likely than ever that she will intercede in this matter to stop corruption in the California judicial branch, in District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis’ office, in Sheriff William Gore’s department and in the California State Bar.
Because of the politics of the matter and the political stature of those involved, it is highly unlikely that Senate candidate Harris will act in her capacity as CA’s Attorney General in this matter. It is highly unlikely that without encouragement from you, Governor Brown, that she will pursue investigation and charges against San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis and San Diego County Sheriff William Gore for their criminal roles in aiding to cover up that Justice Richard Huffman and Justice Judith McConnell fixed a SLAPP suit to defraud the American public of billions of dollars.
In the process of defrauding the public by falsifying court documents in the SLAPP suit, they also caused the continuance of discrimination of environmentally injured people in courts, worker injury claims handling practices, medical schools (including the UC system), and physicians’ offices nationwide.
As I think you know, I was extremely appreciative in 2010, when you removed the concept from the state’s Industrial Relations policy that California occupational physicians should adhere to the advice of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM) when diagnosing and treating workers injured by contaminants in water damaged building. However, your honorable act did little to nothing to stop the erred practice by the workcomp physicians.  They continue to this day to mistreat and demean workers injured by moldy work environments — while the cost of their care and survival gets shifted onto taxpayers via social service programs.
[The fraud occurred by two toxicologists, Bruce Kelman and Bryan Hardin of Veritox, Inc, applying extrapolations to data they had taken from a single rodent study. They falsely professed that their calculations alone proved toxic mold in water damaged buildings could never reach a level to harm people.  In 2002, ACOEM legitimized it by making it a position statement.  In 2003, the US Chamber Institute for Legal Reform and the Manhattan Center for Legal Policy, mass marketed the false concept to US courts that people claiming illness from Toxic Mold were scientifically proven to be hysterical liars — to stave off liability for stakeholders of moldy buildings.  Kelman and Veritox then became expert defense witnesses hired by the US DOJ to stave off federal liability for causation of illness, including illness in military families living in moldy housing. To date, they have been paid approximately $1.5M by the USDOJ for their testimonies.
In 2005, I wrote about how they marketed it and I named who was involved. Leading officers of the CA courts framed me for libel with actual malice for the words “altered his under oath statements” in the writing in a SLAPP suit brought by Kelman and Veritox. Kelman committed perjury to manufacture a reason for malice, his attorney, Keith Scheuer, repeatedly suborned it — while justices in the Fourth District Division One Appellate Court suppressed the evidence of the perjury multiple times.  The justices also falsified court documents to conceal that they knew Hardin, a retired deputy director of CDC NIOSH, was an improperly undisclosed party to the SLAPP. Judgements, remittiturs, abstracts of judgements, and numerous other court documents were falsified. As a result of corruption in the SLAPP, the fraud played on in courtrooms and medical practices all over the United States.]
Because of unbridled corruption in the California legal system over the fixed SLAPP suit since 2005, it took me until February of this year to stop the false concept that it was proven toxic mold in buildings does not harm — as matter of policy, nationwide. Although it has now been sunset by ACOEM, I am aware that the ACOEM mold statement is still being used in courts and claims handling practices as a reason to deny injured workers their rightful benefits.  (see WorkCompCentral, February 2015 “ACOEM Takes Down Position Paper commonly Used to Defend against Mold Claims” )
In the ten year process of the California courts trying to silence me of what they’ve done to aid this fraud to continue, it cost my family everything we own — for my refusal to be silenced. I was jailed for two nights in San Diego County in 2012 for my refusal to commit perjury by signing a false confession of being guilty of libel — by order of a judge whose court had no subject matter jurisdiction, Judge Thomas Nugent (first relocated then retired).
While I was jailed, my alleged civil contempt of court somehow morphed into criminal contempt on the record.  I never would have known it, were it not for a private sector website which posts incarceration records. Sheriff Gore’s administrator of records, Deborah Duncan, submitted the false criminal record to the FBI in 2012.  She refused to correct it for six months while claiming that the Sheriff Department’s computer system did not have the capability to correct the false criminal records.
And again, DA Bonnie Dumanis refused to investigate her friends in the local Superior and Appellate court; now along with refusing to investigate Sheriff Gore and his staff for falsifying federal criminal records.  In 2014, Sheriff Gore then endorsed Dumanis for re-election as DA, and even contributed $1000.00 to her re-election campaign.
All five of the San Diego County Supervisors endorsed both Dumanis and Gore for re-election in 2014. At the time of their endorsements, they had been made fully aware of the roles the two played to conceal corruption in the local courts for the purpose of defrauding the United States public; and fully aware of the terrifying harassment and cyberstalking I was experiencing for refusing silence of the defrauding.  (See video of my January 2014 testimony to the County Supervisors
In 2010 at your direction, Governor Brown, I filed a complaint for review with the California State Bar against the SLAPP plaintiff attorney, Keith Scheuer, for suborning his client’s perjury to manufacture a reason for malice in the SLAPP suit. Long story short, in December of 2011, Mr. Wonder Liang of the State Bar claimed they lost the complaint and simultaneously claimed it was proven there was nothing to it.
He retired two days after sending me the denial letter and I was jailed 90 days later for refusing to commit perjury.  I filed additional complaints in 2012 for Mr. Scheuer’s repeated submissions of fraudulent documents to the courts. Jill Sperber of the Bar informed me that they were never investigated and were placed in the closed complaint file. (that Liang claimed was lost). Ms. Sperber then retired. The harassment of me and the abuse of the courts, continued with additional judges then falsifying additional court records, and Mr. Scheuer submitting additional fraudulent documents to the courts. Sick people continued to suffer unnecessarily, nationwide.
I currently have tens of thousands of dollars in fraudulent liens on my property and a permanent injunction never to republish a sentence that was not even in my 2005 writing that was the subject writing of the SLAPP suit.  The writing was the first to publicly expose how the scientific fraud that it was proven toxic mold does not harm was mass-marketed into policy, claims handling practices, medical schools and courts.
As of today, July 2, 2015:
There have been multiple Bureau of State Auditor (BSA) audits of the Judicial Council’s gross mismanagement of the judicial branch.  Yet, the ethics problems and mismanagement continue.  Just this past month, Justice Huffman’s committee of alleged “Efficiency and Accountability” tried to once again gain stealth control of the multi-million dollar, trial courts’ budgets. (See Courthouse News, June 30 2015 “California Judicial Council Talks Budget”
Additionally, the former director of the State Bar, Joe Dunn, has filed a whistleblower lawsuit against his former employer for concealing misdeeds of California attorneys. Mr. Dunn’s accusations are consistent with the newly released BSA audit of the State Bar. They are consistent with what I know to be true of the State Bar providing cover for corrupt attorneys; and as a result, providing cover-up for compromised, influential judges and justices such as Richard Huffman and Judith McConnell. (See BSA report issued to you on June 19, 2015 “CA State Auditor says State Bar has failed to protect the public from bad attorneys”. )
While the numerous BSA audits have helped to shed light on problem areas in judicial branch of government; the audit reports do not serve to their capacity of highest and best use to protect the public from fraud, waste and abuse in the California courts and administrative offices. Without the legislature and the Governor forcing that the BSA recommendations be adhered to; and with Harris refusing to prosecute for corruption in the courts — the important audit findings are diminished to merely documentation that a long history of systemic problems in the branch is known to have occurred.
The majority of the same people who have mismanaged the judicial branch for years are left in position to continue mismanaging — with the repeated false promise of “Okay, we promise we won’t do it again. And this time we really, really mean it. Now can we have more money?”. To my knowledge, no one in the judicial branch has ever had criminal charges filed against them by Attorney General Harris, based on the frauds that the audits uncover. No one is ever punished for the thousands of lives they devastate.
If you honestly believe that Attorney General Harris would actually investigate my well founded accusations of systemic criminality in the California legal system while trying to cover up that they fixed a SLAPP suit to defraud the public — including by some of California’s leading judiciaries, DA Dumanis, Sheriff Gore and the State Bar — I will follow your directive to me to contact her, yet again.
As the Governor of California, if you could please contact her first to make my introduction, it would go a long way toward causing her to act to investigate my claims of the systemic corruption being used to fleece the United States public.  Please let me know when you have made my introduction to California Attorney General Harris; so that I will know when it is time to follow your directive to me, for the good of the people of California and all the United States.
Thank you again for your help, Governor Brown.
Mrs. Sharon Noonan Kramer
P.S. For a greater understanding of how the systemic ethics problems in California’s legal communities have harmed the lives of thousands while circumventing justice all across the United States, please listen to this interview I gave for Indoor Air Quality Radio on June 19, 2015
In a message dated 7/1/2015 11:19:58 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time, writes:
Thank you for contacting Governor Brown.  He is honored that you have turned to him for assistance on this matter.  The issue you discussed falls under the jurisdiction of the Attorney General of California.  You are encouraged to contact her office at:
Office of the Attorney General
Public Inquiry Unit
Post Office Box 944255
Sacramento, CA  94244-2550
(800) 952-5225
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IAQ Radio, Political History of Toxic Mold, & Moi

IAQ Radio is the “Voice of the Indoor Air Quality Industry”.  The weekly Internet show, which airs on Fridays at noon ET, is owned and operated by Joe Hughes and Cliff Zlotnik. Together, they have a combined 70+ years experience in the IAQ industry.
A good tool for seasoned researchers or novices to IAQ matters, IAQ Radio offers an extensive audio library of Toxic Mold and other issues related to the indoor environment (IE). Beginning 2006, program guests are typically scientists, physicians, IAQ pros, and others who influence policies, standards and practices impacting IE. One can access their outstanding archives HERE.
Today’s guest is Lew Harriman, who is speaking on the subject of investigating and avoiding moisture-related problems in existing buildings.  Mr. Harriman was a contributor to the new EPA Moisture Control Guidance for Building Design, Construction and Maintenance and his presentation will include information from this important industry document. Listeners  with IPod/IPad takes you to IAQ Radio’s Talkshoe page. Listeners with a PC takes you to IAQ Radio’s Talkshoe Page
Every Thursday, Cliff and Joe e-blasts the “IAQ Radio Z-Man Blog” with a recap of the prior week’s interview and an announcement of the current week’s guest.   One can subscribe to the weekly blog  HERE.
Last Friday, I had the pleasure of joining Joe and Cliff as their interviewee. The subjects I primarily spoke of was the sordid political history of the Toxic Mold issue; along with what the future holds — now that the false science, which claimed it was proven Toxic Mold does not harm, has been removed from US public health and workcomp policies and US courts. You can listen to last week’s broadcast by clicking HERE.
There is still much work to be done and many wrongs to be righted over the Toxic Mold issue.  If you have an interest in seeing/causing IAQ policy changes for the good of public health and safety, please listen to the broadcast.  It should help you to understand just how nasty the politics of this issue has really been and what you can do to help bring about change.
Some key excerpts from yesterday’s Z-Man’s Blog:
Disconnect between public policy and patients
“…This week we invited back Sharon Kramer to follow up on her progress with respect to the ACOEM statement and what its recent removal from public health policy means for the advancement of science and medicine. This is an issue that we have followed closely and we look forward to hearing from the advocate that got the ball rolling and continues to try and make a difference.
Nuggets mined from last week’s  episode:
  • Due to an energy crisis construction standards changed in the 1970s utilizing more manmade water damage susceptible building materials. People began experiencing health effects from living in water damaged buildings. The internet allowed concerned people to communicate.
  • In an effort to shutdown liability, insurance carriers turned to hired guns to influence public and medical policy. Applying math to a rodent study “experts” concluded that mold wouldn’t harm people; resulting in thousands of sick people being denied help in the court system and being labeled as hypochondriacs and scam artists.
  • Insurance companies instituted mold exclusions and capped coverage at a few thousand dollars, making it difficult for the IAQ industry to perform work which protects the public.
  • Sharon Kramer traces the origin of her journey in public advocacy to a botched remediation for an icemaker leak that damaged her home,the health of herself (hypersensitivity pneumonitis) and threatened the safety of her daughter who suffered from cystic fibrosis and aspergillosis.After her insurer sued the Kramers for not accepting $30,000 to fix the home; the family counter-sued and received nearly a half a million dollar settlement in 2003.
  • Realizing most families were not so fortunate and could not afford to fight for their children’s safety in court, she began advocating for them in 2004.
  • Toxicologist Bruce Kelman, PhD, is a co-author of the ACOEM mold statement. According to Sharon, their paths first crossed in 2002, when he was retained as a defense expert witness in the water damage claim at her home. His testimony helped her to make her case. As a toxicologist with a PhD, he informed the insurer that a physician with detailed knowledge, would need to be consulted for the potential health hazards from mold in the home, for the Kramer daughter with cystic fibrosis and aspergillosis (which is not a toxicological affliction). The case settled favorably for the Kramer family approximately one month after Mr. Kelman’s deposition in October of 2003.
  • In 2005, Sharon published the first public writing of how ACOEM, Mr. Kelman, and a US Congressman were connected to a think-tank and the US Chamber of Commerce Institute for Legal Reform when mass-marketing the false concept that Mr. Kelman and his business partner, Mr. Hardin, had proven Toxic Mold does not harm.
  • While attempting to stop the information from coming to public light, Mr. Kelman, Mr. Hardin and their corporation, Veritox, Inc. sued Sharon for libel for five words in the writing, “altered his under oath statements”. Kelman and his attorney claimed Sharon had malice for Mr. Kelman because she was “apparently furious that his science conflicted with her dreams of a remodeled home” in her mold lawsuit.
  • Retired Judge Michael Orfield first oversaw the libel case. He was the same judge who oversaw the Kramer mold litigation and had signed the three settlement agreements awarding nearly a half a million dollars to the Kramer family. He was provided, but ignored, the direct evidence that Mr. Kelman was misstating fact to manufacture a libel law required, reason for malice.
  • The libel case, and a second one to silence Sharon of the fraud in the first, drug on for eight more years. As a result, the false concept that mold toxins in water damaged buildings do not harm, remained in public health policy and US courts until 2015. To date, no one has been punished by any government policing agency.
  • Sharon credits D. Michael Hodgson, MD, MPH as being the primary person to cause the ACOEM position paper to be removed from policy; and for his unyielding advocacy against it since its publication in 2002.
  • Doctors must realize illness exists in order to treat it. “Enviro injury” is physical illness not mental illness.
  • She will be giving a presentation on the Political History of the Toxic Mold Issue, at Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker’s “Cutting Edge of Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome; second annual conference” in November 2015, Phoenix, AZ.
-Can you comment on which medical providers seem to be having the most success with helping people that have lived in water damaged buildings?
Those who follow the Shoemaker protocol, the AAEM doctors, and the functional medicine doctors.
Do you think all homes should be remediated to the level that some claim is necessary or is this only necessary for the most sensitive?
I think it needs to be understood that if someone is experiencing symptoms indicative of illness from a WDB, that extra precautions should be taken to assure they don’t become sicker from the remediation process.
Who is going to pay for this level of remediation?
Once the doctors are trained to realize WDB’s are causing some pretty serious illnesses, I would think the insurer would.  The liability to not do a complete job which encompasses protecting occupant health, will become greater than the cost savings of not doing it.  The risk/benefit shifts with the education of the doctors.
Getting beyond the medical community and govt. What hurts your cause the most?
Gossiping ninnies who are promoting within the mold community that I’m lying about the Cal courts fixing the SLAPP suit — to make me appear that I was a liar for exposing how the fraud got marketed.  It’s made it 1000 times harder on me to get the false science of ACOEM out of policy.  You should see some of the horrible things they write about me.  These are people I set out to help and its cost me all to do it.
-Did anyone pay a price for fraud and injustice? No, and she didn’t seek to punish them. Not all members of the ACOEM, in fact the vast majority are good.
-What’s next for you?
I’m writing a book and will be involved in further litigation over the fixed SLAPP suit. I am also continuing to lobby key gov’t officials/employees to cause physician re-education/awareness re: illnesses from Toxic Mold
-Is there anything else you would like to add?
I mainly want it to be known that its time form mainstream doctors to be taught that these illnesses are real.  ACOEM’s gone. NIH just put out a doc saying Chronic Fatigue is real.   To quote a key part:
“Although psychological repercussions (e.g., depression) may accompany ME/CFS, it is not a primary psychological disease in etiology.”
To quote from the NIH Report:
“Both society and the medical profession have contributed to ME/CFS patients feeling disrespected and rejected. They are often treated with skepticism, uncertainty, and apprehension and labeled as deconditioned or having a primary psychological disorder. ME/CFS patients often make extraordinary efforts at extreme personal and physical costs to find a physician who will correctly diagnose and treat their symptoms while others are treated inappropriately causing additional harm. Overall, the debilitating effects of ME/CFS can result in financial instability due to the consequences of the illness (e.g., the loss of employment, home)”….economic burden estimated to be between $2 billion and $7 billion in the United States. ME/CFS results in major disability for a large proportion of the people affected.”
Comments from Global Watchdog Pete Consigli:
  • Factoid: A Texas jury indicted the adjuster of Melinda Ballard’s claim on charges of child endangerment.
  • Anytime you hurt a mother or a child, especially the child of someone experienced in marketing/public relations, you can expect the lioness to come out.
  • Health and IAQ are public policy issues, how much money will be allotted and where will it go?
  • The Codes of Ethics of Disaster Restoration, Indoor Air Quality and Industrial Hygiene Organizations increasingly advocate for protection of the public.
  • The restoration and IAQ industry are increasing collaboration with academia.”
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CA State Auditor says State Bar has failed to protect the public from bad attorneys.

 On June 18th, California State Auditor Elaine Howle issued the report to the Legislature and Governor Brown entitled, “State Bar of California It Has Not Consistently Protected the Public Through Its Attorney Discipline Process and Lacks Accountability

State Bar of California  It Has Not Consistently Protected the Public Through Its Attorney Discipline Process and Lacks

Ms. Howle’s cover letter to Governor Brown and the Legislature states,

“This report concludes that the State Bar has not consistently fulfilled its mission to protect the public from errant attorneys and lacks accountability related to its expenditures. The State Bar has struggled historically to promptly resolve all the complaints it receives, potentially delaying the timely discipline of attorneys who engage in misconduct. A primary measurement of the effectiveness of the State Bar’s discipline system is the number of complaints it fails to resolve within six months of receipt, which it refers to as its backlog. In 2010 the backlog reached 5,174 cases, prompting the State Bar to take steps to quickly reduce it.

Although the State Bar succeeded in decreasing the backlog by 66 percent within a year, it may have compromised the severity of the discipline imposed on attorneys in favor of speedier types of resolutions….Thus, to reduce its backlog, the State Bar allowed some attorneys whom it otherwise might have disciplined more severely—or even disbarred— to continue practicing law, placing the public at risk.

Moreover, instead of focusing its resources on improving its discipline system—such as engaging in workforce planning to ensure it had sufficient staffing—it instead spent $76.6 million to purchase and renovate a building in Los Angeles in 2012.”

KEY FINDINGS of the Bureau of State Auditor (BSA) audit:

“During our audit of the State Bar’s discipline system and its finances, we noted the following:

To reduce its 2010 excessive complaint backlog of over 5,000 cases to just over 1,700 cases in 2011, the State Bar frequently settled cases and may have been too lenient and allowed some attorneys whom it otherwise might have disciplined more severely—or even disbarred—to continue practicing law.

The years the State Bar focused its efforts on decreasing its backlog, the State Bar settled over 1,500 cases—more than in any of the other four years in our audit period.

The level of discipline the State Bar recommended as part of some of these settlements was inadequate—of the 27 cases the California Supreme Court returned to it for further examination, the State Bar increased the level of discipline it recommended in 21 cases, including five disbarments.

The information the State Bar submits to the Legislature in its Annual Discipline Report is problematic—the State Bar continues to report fewer cases than the law permits despite the similar concern we raised in our 2009 audit.


The State Bar should adhere to its quality control processes to ensure that the discipline it imposes on attorneys is consistent, regardless of the size of the case‑processing backlog, and it should take steps to prevent its management or staff from circumventing those processes.

The BSA report may be read in its entirety HERE  Nowhere in the report is any directive of what the State Bar needs to do to mitigate the damage to the public from its prior unethical conduct.


Joe Dunn is a former CA Senator from Orange County.  He is also the former Executive Director of the State Bar who was fired last year.  In late 2014, Mr. Dunn filed a whistle blower lawsuit against the Bar and its Board of Trustees.

With regard to Mr. Dunn’s complaint and consistent with the BSA audit, the LA Times reports,

“Shortly before Dunn was fired, he filed an anonymous ‘whistle-blower’ complaint alleging, among other things, that a bar official was manipulating records to hide a huge backlog in untended complaints against lawyers. Dunn later identified himself as the whistle-blower and said he was fired in retaliation for the complaint.

‘The bar is just further descending into a banana republic,’ said Golden Gate University law professor Peter Keane, who tried unsuccessfully decades ago to overhaul the association. ‘It is totally dysfunctional and should be unraveled.”

The Sacramento Bee reports,

“While bar officials have said little, Dunn’s complaint said that employees under State Bar Chief Trial Counsel Jayne Kim’s direction unlawfully altered case backlog reports released to the board of trustees and the public.

‘This was done to benefit Ms. Kim in her upcoming evaluation and to fraudulently inflate the productivity of her office,’ Dunn’s complaint contends, calling her conduct ‘shockingly rampant.’..

Once Kim learned that Dunn and other bar employees had discovered the alleged improprieties, she filed a complaint against them with the board of trustees, according to the lawsuit. In the suit, Dunn said he has never seen a summary of the complaint.”

What does this have to do with thirteen years of the defrauding of the American public, worker and taxpayer over the Toxic Mold issue — by use of unbridled criminal means in the California courts, you ask?

More to follow in two weeks.  In the meantime, listen to this INTERVIEW I gave for IAQ Radio last week for a behind the scenes understanding.

Sharon Noonan Kramer

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600 court cases under review in California corruption probe

By the Associated Press | June 15, 2015 | 8:55 PM EDT

“There has been a clerk somewhere that was entering false information … getting cash in exchange for making stuff disappear,”

SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — Hundreds of Orange County court cases are being scrutinized amid suspicions that someone was paid to fix DUI and other traffic violations by falsifying court records.

The FBI and county prosecutors are investigating, and about 600 Superior Court cases, some dating to 2006, are going before a judge this month to determine whether they should be reheard, the Orange County Register reported (

The probe involves suspicions that some employees recorded fake sentence reductions and dismissals for drunken driving and misdemeanor traffic cases and in at least one case, falsely made it appear a defendant had served jail time, the Register reported.

No arrests have been made. Representatives for the FBI, the court and the county district attorney’s office declined to comment.

On Friday, 110 attorneys and former criminal defendants were summoned to the courtroom of Judge Thomas Borris and told there were errors in the court records. “You are here to convince me there is not a mistake in your case,” Borris said.

“There has been a clerk somewhere that was entering false information … getting cash in exchange for making stuff disappear,” said Sheny Gutierrez, one of the attorneys who appeared.

Ramon Vasquez said he was given a work program in 2012 after pleading guilty to driving on a suspended license. The judge said the case would be undone unless he produced documents, the Register said.

“I think it’s injustice,” Vasquez said. “If there’s a flaw in the court system, it’s on them, it’s not on us.”

Borris eventually reversed settlements in about a dozen cases. The defendants were given the options of negotiating with a prosecutor or the judge or hiring a private attorney.

Jesus Sanchez, 29, drove from Arizona to appear. His misdemeanor charge of driving on a suspended license was dismissed in 2012. After appearing before the judge, he agreed to plead guilty to the misdemeanor and pay a fine.

FBI agents waited in the hall outside of the courtroom to question defendants and show them mug shots, the Register reported.

The judge also ordered the immediate arrest of Harania Farias, who had said she had served three months in a private jail in La Verne on a 2013 DUI charge. She was taken into custody in court and held without bail, the newspaper reported.

Not only did the private jail confirm Farias never was there, documents showing that she was allowed to serve time there appeared to be forged, and Lolita Kirk, the attorney who supposedly submitted the documents, told the Register she never had represented the woman.

Other lawyers listed as attorneys of record told the judge that they had never represented the defendants. Attorney Charmaine Druyor said that, in the courthouse on Friday, she met the person she supposedly had defended and realized that she had never represented him.

“It’s very odd, everything going on here today. It’s just bizarre,” she said.


Information from: The Orange County Register,

Wonder when they will start the San Diego County probe?  I have a bunch of falsified court documents in my possession, i.e. remittiturs, judgements, abstract of judgments, liens, and many more in two SLAPP suits trying to shut me up.  They were falsified by multiple court employees to aid the scientific fraud that it was proven toxic, moldy buildings do not harm, to continue in U.S. public health and workers compensation policies. As time went on, more documents and court records were falsified to cover-up the prior ones.

San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis, REFUSED MULTIPLE TIMES to prosecute her corrupt friends in the local courts while also aiding the public defrauding to continue.  Instead of stopping fraud caused by corruption in the local courts, she used the DA’s office’s Fraud Assessment Commission funds to advertise herself as one who stops fraud. She used county money to put her picture on billboards as she ran for mayor of San Diego.No 2 Corrupt Courts

Needless to say, I have no intention of shutting up until six of the Fourth District Division One Appellate Court justices are off the bench and Dumanis is out of office — and they are all behind bars with the achitects of the fraud in policy (plaintiffs in the SLAPP suits) along with their California attorney.  Falsifying court documents to defraud the United States public and worker is a felony.

Sharon Noonan Kramer

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June 16, 2015 ~ Nat’l Institute of Health Re: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

The NIH released their findings today re: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome  It appears to be a step in the right direction of helping those who suffer the debilitating, physiological symptoms of CFS.  Eliminating much of the unnecessary degradation of being deemed hypochondriac kooks by uneducated physicians, the NIH Report establishes,
“Although psychological repercussions (e.g., depression) may accompany ME/CFS, it is not a primary psychological disease in etiology.”
To quote from the NIH Report:
“Both society and the medical profession have contributed to ME/CFS patients feeling disrespected and rejected. They are often treated with skepticism, uncertainty, and apprehension and labeled as deconditioned or having a primary psychological disorder. ME/CFS patients often make extraordinary efforts at extreme personal and physical costs to find a physician who will correctly diagnose and treat their symptoms while others are treated inappropriately causing additional harm. Overall, the debilitating effects of ME/CFS can result in financial instability due to the consequences of the illness (e.g., the loss of employment, home)”….economic burden estimated to be between $2 billion and $7 billion in the United States. ME/CFS results in major disability for a large proportion of the people affected.”
Do you think that maybe just maybe exposure to biocontaminants in water damaged buildings could be a cause of the CFS symptoms? They sure sound similar to many of the symptoms people report after being exposed in moldy buildings.  A growing number of researchers and physicians are of the opinion that exposure to biocontaminants, particularly toxins, is a cause of CFS. To determine if they are right, wouldn’t U.S. physicians being directed by the CDC to question their CFS patients about their past environmental exposures, help to establish or rule out the connection?  If the connection is made as a matter of public health policy, many illnesses would be prevented and lives would be saved.  It is well understood within the mold issue that removal from exposure to causative agents helps to curtail the symptoms from becoming long-term and debilitating.  Early detection seems to be the key along with physician awareness/education.
Medscape also blogged about the NIH and Institute of Medicine (IOM) findings on the subject of CFS.   (BTW & FYI, IOM is now NAM)
In the fourth paper, an editorial, Anthony L. Komaroff, MD, from Harvard University and Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, notes that these new documents, along with the recent Institute of Medicine (IOM) report on ME/CFS, combine information from thousands of articles that demonstrate the biological underpinning of the illness.Indeed, the position paper cites “strong evidence” that “immunologic and inflammatory pathologic conditions, neurotransmitter signaling disruption, microbiome perturbation, and metabolic or mitochondrial abnormalities” are “potentially important for the definition and treatment of ME/CFS.”Taken together, Dr Komaroff says, the NIH and IOM reports “should put the question of whether ME/CFS is a ‘real’ illness to rest. When skeptical physicians, many of whom are unaware of this literature, tell patients with ME/CFS that ‘there is nothing wrong,’ they not only commit a diagnostic error: They also compound the patients’ suffering.”…
The Annals papers are the final product on ME/CFS from the NIH’s “Pathways to Prevention” (P2P) program, designed “to host workshops that identify research gaps in a selected scientific area, identify methodological and scientific weaknesses in that scientific area, suggest research needs, and move the field forward through an unbiased, evidence-based assessment of a complex public health issue.”…I believe the NIH will use this document to think about what needs to be done in the field.”
Now that the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine’s “Adverse Human Health Effects from Exposure to Mold in an Indoor Environment” is finally removed from U.S. public health policy; there is no bogus science that is standing in the way of properly educating U.S. physicians that moldy buildings can cause debilitating, neurological damage.
Training the doctors to ask their patients questions about the patients’ environmental exposures, seems a logical place to start when gaining greater physician understanding how to recognize, diagnose and treat CFS and all forms of illness caused by water damaged buildings.
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