April 9, 2012

To whom it may concern

As you know, evidence doesn’t lie. Here is the evidence which is the trial transcript that clearly shows Judge Nakahara let the prosecution witnesses and the prosecutor lie in his courtroom. I am enclosing the trial transcript for you to read it. Judge Nakahara knew the prosecution key witnesses (the Mehari brothers, Sgt. Morris and Inspector Beal) committed perjury when they testified under oath in his courtroom. He has a constitutional duty to correct what he knows to be false and elicit the truth because all perjury pollutes a trial, making it hard for jurors to see the truth. Since he is unethical and he is not on the side of truth and justice, he violated his constitutional duty and he let the prosecution witnesses perjure themselves in his courtroom in order to unjustly and wrongly convict my brother and me. He did not want to correct the prosecution witnesses’ perjured testimony because he did not want the truth to come out. Click here 1,2,3.

As far as I know, perjury is a crime. When the judge allows perjury in his courtroom, that means he allows crime in his courtroom. I think Judge Nakahara does not have any authority or discretion to allow perjury (crime) in his courtroom. As we all know, ethical and professional Judges have no tolerance for perjury. They are very sensitive when it comes to perjury and they are known for taking a quick action against a witness who committed perjury in their courtroom. But Judge Nakahara is not one of those ethical and professional judges. He allowed perjury in his courtroom because he has no respect for the law. I have never seen an unethical judge like him. There is no doubt that he has violated the Code of Judicial Ethics. Let the trial transcript speak for itself.

Sincerely,                                                            Asmerom T. Gebreselassie
The State Bar of California
Alameda County Bar Association