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posted on Oct, 24 2009 @ 11:13 PM
You have all heard
"truth is stranger than fiction", I would imagine,

Well, this has got to be one of the epitimy tales of a mad mad political structure.

How does an ex-California attorney who get's disbarred for such acts as

abetting a client's violation of her bond conditions by taking her out of state (to Las Vegas) and marrying her

, convicted on federal charges over a coc aine and money-laundering case, and former employee of a youth correctional facility, then while...

a therapist at a Littleton psychiatric hospital. He allegedly told one female patient that she "should always be ready for penetration by a man" and asked her advice on a foreclosure action. Another, being treated for an eating disorder, complained that Corzo asked her to lift her shirt and told her "you're still sexy... but I like 'em thin."


went on from there to work as clinical director and counselor at Rite of Passage, a youth correctional program that runs Ridge View Academy in Watkins. After nine months there, he was terminated and subsequently charged with bringing drugs, porn and a sex partner to his counseling sessions.

and is now

facing criminal charges in Arapahoe County involving drugs, porn, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and "conspiracy to commit sexual conduct in penal institutions."

According to DORA, "the underlying [criminal] allegations include, but are not limited to, bringing illegal drugs into the facility and giving them to his clients; presenting slide shows involving pornographic images during group counseling sessions; bringing in a former female client and allowing his clients to have sex with her; and instituting an 'anti-snitch policy,' whereby any of his clients who divulge what occurs during counseling sessions to outside parties will be (and were) beaten."

Those sound like some intense counseling sessions. But wait. There's more.

Even his attorney petitioned the Judge (Court) to withdraw from the case, but was denied...(Ouch!)

Yes...How does this guy even walk the streets, let alone manipulate his way into a position of king in his little world created with the aid of establishmental institutions?

Quite simply, Political Madness...


posted on Oct, 25 2009 @ 12:11 AM

Originally posted by imd12c4funn
Yes...How does this guy even walk the streets, let alone manipulate his way into a position of king in his little world created with the aid of establishmental institutions?

Quite simply, Political Madness...

Simple. He has a lot of powerful friends that support him.

And it's not madness. They know precisely what they're doing.

posted on Oct, 25 2009 @ 01:43 AM
Whenever I see something like this - an article that appears to defy common sense - I have to ask whether some important information is being withheld. I'm thinking that the facts of the case aren't so clear-cut as they may seem, that there are some parts that were left out to make the story more sensational. I'm not saying this guy is innocent or anything like that, just that (for instance), all of his misconduct took place at roughly the same time, so that he didn't keep getting more chances to misbehave.

I just don't buy it, that this guy could commit some crimes, be arrested and punished for them, then go on to commit others, and so on, repeatedly. It makes no sense. It sounds like someone is just trying to sell papers by playing around with the facts to make them sound more outrageous.

posted on Oct, 25 2009 @ 03:41 AM

"conspiracy to commit sexual conduct in penal institutions"

Nothing seems that outlandish to me, considering the types of people who are attracted to work at such facility's & what a big a business housing people in penal institutions has become in the U.S.

Happens all the time at institutions - lawyers are more common then most, but guards or other workers can't seem to resist either.Probably one of the more common reasons workers are fired from penitentiaries involve sexual misbehavior and or introducing contraband such as drugs to such facilities.

It's usually in the best interest of management to keep these things quiet with their internal staff, but they love to bust outside lawyers or social workers. When internal staff gets caught they usually get one or two chances & then they just transfer them to different facilities.

posted on Oct, 25 2009 @ 04:15 AM
There is no secret here and it's completely understandable.

The key word in the whole thing is: COCAINE

This is a glimpse into the mind of a man who did and does A heck of allot of Coke...

Look, Learn, Understand.... don't ever be in in that place it's horrific if you get out of control.

posted on Oct, 25 2009 @ 05:39 AM
This guy is very reminiscent of Hunter S. Thompson's "attorney". As was said before , the coc aine will get ya. "I want you to....throw the radio in....when the white rabbit peaks..."--Benicio DelToro, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

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