Prytulak-to-Clarke-03 Transcript Order 10-Jan-2003
10 January 2003
John A. Clarke
Superior Court of California
County of Los Angeles
PO Box 151
Main Post Office
Los Angeles, California
Re: Rambam v Prytulak BC271433 James R. Dunn
John A. Clarke:
Please send Defendant Lubomyr Prytulak transcripts of the Rambam v Prytulak BC271433 proceedings covering the two days 29-Aug-2002 and 25-Nov-2002, and please invoice Lubomyr Prytulak for this service.
The alternative of Lubomyr Prytulak providing payment by disclosing a credit card number, though convenient, is contraindicated by his experience of the Court overcharging him US$46 the last time he disclosed his credit card number, and with his complaints of the overcharge failing to produce either a refund of the amount in question, or the Court's explanation of why it does not consider the amount an overcharge.
Documentation of this overbilling is available in the Lubomyr Prytulak letters of
Also, Lubomyr Prytulak takes this opportunity to remind you that the Court has still to return, or to account for, two Prytulak money orders that have gone missing after being placed in the hands of the Court, as documented in the Prytulak 08-Dec-2002 letter to Gary Klausner, already cited immediately above.
- 07-Oct-2002 to Presiding Judge James A. Bascue titled Chaos or Over-Billing in Los Angeles Superior Court Fees?, and
- 08-Dec-2002 to Supervising Judge of the Civil Division Gary Klausner titled Does filing-fee over-billing dwarf other Court misappropriations?
Lubomyr Prytulak takes this opportunity also to renew his request that you enter into the trial record, or otherwise account for, the following eight litigant submissions, seven of them Defendant Lubomyr Prytulak's, and one of them Plaintiff Steven Rambam's:
Of central importance above is Prytulak-Reply-D3 which contains the heart of Defendant Prytulak's position, and whose spoliation is particularly prejudicial.
- Motion-to-Quash-B dated 27-May-2002
- Prytulak-Query-B dated 14-Jun-2002
- Motion-to-Quash-C dated 29-Aug-2002, accompanied by a money order for US$193
- Rambam-Objection-C dated 03-Sep-2002
- Prytulak-Reply-C dated 13-Sep-2002, accompanied by a money order for US$23
- Prytulak-Reply-D3 dated 05-Nov-2002
- Prytulak-Reply-D7 dated 21-Nov-2002
- Prytulak-Request-For-Minute-Order dated 02-Dec-2002
I bring to your attention — again not for the first time — that the suppression or destruction of the several payments and submissions listed above has never been explained or justified, and may expose you, perhaps along with others, to civil action and to criminal prosecution.
The main purpose of this letter is to request the two transcripts specified above in red, a request which it is your duty to act upon expeditiously even if the other requests which are secondary to this letter may take longer to satisfy.
James A Bascue, Presiding Judge LASC 111 North Hill Street Los Angeles, CA USA 90012
Robert A Dukes, Assistant Presiding Judge LASC 111 North Hill Street Los Angeles, CA USA 90012
James R Dunn, Judge LASC 111 North Hill Street Los Angeles, CA USA 90012
Gary Klausner, Judge USDC 255 East Temple Street Los Angeles, CA USA 90012
Carolyn B Kuhl, Supervising Judge, Civil Departments LASC 111 North Hill Street Los Angeles, CA USA 90012
Gary Kurtz, Esq 20335 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 200 Woodland Hills, CA USA 91364
S James Otero, Assistant Supervising Judge LASC 111 North Hill Street Los Angeles, CA USA 90012