For those with short-term political memories, the fraudulent (now litigious) 2012 City of Los Angeles Redistricting Controversy, is still alive and well for the African and Korean American Communities on the eve of a major hearing in Federal Court.
The Korean American Community continues its fight for Justice against the backroom dealings that denied fair representation for 15% of the City of Los Angeles Population.
The backroom,, political, self-enriching actions of Jose "Thelma Huizar" and Herman "Louise Wesson" nears its judicial plunge off the ethical cliff.
** Blogger's Note:
The quest for "Redistricting Justice" continues as we are on the eve of a major hearing tomorrow at 10 A.M. in the Spring Street US Courthouse. Plaintiffs for the African and Korean American Communities, continue their quest for legal redress in seeking to overturn the injustice that was the backroom-conceived 2012 Redistricting Commission process
, that in part, brought Downtown LA and Koreatown (nefarious?) political riches
for City Clowncil Central Committee Soulmates Jose "Thelma Huizar" and Herman "Louise Wesson" respectively. For those with short term political memories, the highlights of the now litigious 2012 Redistricting Façade included; a Redistricting Commission Member allegedly consulting a campaign
during the process, a Commission Member who (was force to) resigned
, allegations of bribery disclosed in a Commission Hearing
, council district boundaries redrawn so that the Commission Executive Director could domicile for a future run in CD 4
........, and the defining classic (especially in litigiously outing one self), City Clowncil Central Committee General Secretary Herman "Louise Wesson", bearing his tortured, redistricting soul in front of African-American Clergy.
Below, we post in full the Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Adjudication for your review. We will be in court tomorrow for this important hearing---Scott Johnson.
Page 1 of Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Adjudication
Page 2 of Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Adjudication
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: 2012 Redistrict Commission, 2012 Redistricting Lawsuit, Korean community