On the second day of Leticia Lemus Alvarez’s preliminary hearing, the court and the prosecution got a surprise. It was Monday, and on the prior Friday of January 22nd 2021, Ms. Lemus after expressing once again in open court of her situation of conflicts with her former attorney, Donald Marks, got Marks dismissed on the... Read More
Dr. Munir Uwaydah, circa 2008. Photo copyright Lonce Lamonte, all rights reserved
Dr. Uwaydah Manager Leticia Lemus Alvarez Gets Her Preliminary Hearing Underway in L.A. Representing Herself In Propria Persona. Beginning Testimony Reveals Marisa Schermbeck Controlled Millions of Dollars and Had Enormous Power.
Leticia Lemus Alvarez was a manager for the infamous Dr. Munir Uwaydah. She started working for him in Southern California most likely quite shortly after the turn of this present century. Dr. Uwaydah’s organization, dubbed “Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah” by the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office, has been accused of and charged with fraudulently robbing... Read More
Dr. Uwaydah Straw Owner Paul Turley, D.C., Has Prelim Set For May 18th 2021 in San Diego Superior Court. Shannon Moore Devane Pleads Guilty On Two Counts In Same Case.
Paul Turley, D.C., a chiropractor who was a straw owner with spinal surgeon Dr. Munir Uwaydah for over a decade in California starting around 2004, had his lawyer appear for him (on a 977 appearance waiver) on Tuesday, January 12th 2021 in San Diego Superior Court. Turley’s specially appearing lawyer, Anthony Colombo, had his next... Read More
Petition Denied the Prosecution by Court of Appeal in Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah Case in DTLA. Kelly Soo Park, Tatiana Arnold, and Ronnie Case Remain Free of All Dropped Workers’ Compensation Fraud Charges As Appeals Court Upholds Ruling.
The Court of Appeal of the Second Appellate District in downtown Los Angeles filed on January 12th 2021 in writing their ruling which upheld the ruling by the Superior Court Writs Department. The L.A. Superior Court in mid-year 2020 dismissed all charges of workers’ compensation related fraud against three defendants in the Criminal Organization Munir... Read More
Dr. Randy Rosen, Beverly Hills surgeon
Randy Rosen, a Beverly Hills Surgeon, Charged with Stealing Nearly $29 Million While Preying on Sober Living Patients, Ordered Released from Jail Due to COVID-19 Diagnosis
Case #: 20CF1682, 20CF1675, 16CF1363 20CF1684, 20CF1681, 20CF1677, 20CF1683, 20CF1684 Randy Rosen, M.D., who has been charged with stealing nearly $29 million in an elaborate insurance fraud scheme that involved hiring body brokers to pay patients at Southern California sober living homes to undergo medically unnecessary surgeries, medical testing, and other medical procedures has been... Read More
Dr. Munir Uwaydah at year’s end 2008. Copyright Lonce Lamonte, all rights reserved
Appeals Court Ruling In L.A. Uwaydah Case Scheduled To Be Filed On March 1, 2021
The opinion on the Writ filed by the prosecution that had its oral arguments on December 2, 2020 is scheduled to be filed on March 1, 2021. At that time, this writer will be able to get a copy of the ruling emailed from the Los Angeles Appeals Court. That is the second appellate district.... Read More
Dr. Munir Uwaydah, circa 2008. All rights reserved, copyrighted.
Oral Arguments Happen In Appeals Court For Los Angeles Case Of Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah. Case To Reverse Dismissals Under Submission.
On Wednesday afternoon, December 2nd 2020, the Los Angeles Court of Appeal heard the oral arguments of the Writ filed by the prosecution in the Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah case. This case is an egregious case of workers’ compensation fraud. This is the charged Los Angeles case, but Uwaydah’s workers’ compensation frauds extend to all... Read More
Work Comp Attorney Moses Luna Charged With 20 Felony Counts Of Insurance Fraud
Moses Luna, 73, of Newport Beach, was arrested on December 3rd 2020 on 20 felony counts of insurance fraud after allegedly billing 20 separate insurance companies for translation and interpreting services to collect over $310,000 in workers’ compensation cases. An investigation by the California Department of Insurance and the Orange County District Attorney’s Office found... Read More