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Silence Can Become Complicity in Evil

by Scott Zwartz May 24, 2017 The Corrosive Effect of a Corrupt Judiciary on Society Although we recognize the symptoms of the flu, few people understand how the flu operates … Continue reading

05/25/2017 · Leave a comment

Is Los Angeles Judge Richard Fruin an Agent for the Chinese Government?

Is Los Angeles Judge Richard Fruin an Operative for the Chinese Government? By Scott Zwartz January 15, 2017 While the nation frets over Trump’s Russian connection, Los Angeles has to … Continue reading

01/15/2017 · Leave a comment

Vote Trading at LA City Council is The Lynch Pin to LA Corruption

by Scott Zwartz September 9, 2016       Yesterday, Thursday, September 8, 2016, SaveValleyVillage, a small group of concerned residents from tiny Valley Village section of Los Angeles, filed its First … Continue reading

09/09/2016 · 1 Comment

The New Ryu?

by Scott Zwartz July 22          Zwartz Talk and Councilmember Ryu        Zwartz Talk has been critical of Councilmember David Ryu who replaced former Councilmember Tom La Bonge at Council … Continue reading

07/22/2016 · 3 Comments

California’s Judicial Predators

A New Series on Extortion, Money Laundering, and Murder in the California Judiciary by Scott Zwartz May 19, 2016      Zwartz Talk has devoted a lot of time over the … Continue reading

05/19/2016 · Leave a comment

Betrayers of the Public Trust

by Scott Zwartz April 27, 2016 A predator stalks Angelenos – every day – every night – it relentlessly preys upon Angelenos endangering their lives and at times needlessly destroying … Continue reading

04/27/2016 · Leave a comment

Why Angelenos Cannot Trust David Ryu

by Scott Zwartz Tuesday, April 25, 2016 with May 26, 2016 Addendum: Maybe Ryu Merits Another Chance      David Ryu is the new Los Angeles City Councilmember for Council District … Continue reading

04/26/2016 · Leave a comment