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Honorable Kyle Bryson

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Corrupt Judge

Arizona Independent Review Board on Corruption in Pima County Government:
Pima County Superior Court Family Court Div. PAC review and Findings
Review of Year 2008:
(A) # of child health & safety negligence committed by Judicial Officers:8,368
(B) # of Fathers Civil Right violations committed by Judicial Officers: 10,837
(C) # of Non Legislature backed Judgements filled by Judicial Officers ” Under Judicial Discretion”: 12,368
(D) # of complaints filed to the Commissions on Judicial Conduct with validity: 258
(E) # of complaints filed to the AZBar with validity:134

Expected projections of remaining future reviews for Jan 2003 through Jan 2011 based on 2008 findings:
1 years average case-load for Pima County Superior Court Family Court Div is ~13,147.00
Based on findings the statistics are as follows per category listed above:
(A) The likelihood of a child to be ordered by a judge into a dangerous and unhealthy environment is ~87%
(B) The likelihood of a Father being deprived of his Civil Right unjustly is ~96%
(C) The likelihood of a Judge filing a judgments that are not approved by the legislature is ~98%
(D) The likelihood of Commissions on Judicial Conduct to not take actions on validated complaints is ~99%
(E) The likelihood of a AZBar not taking disciplinary actions against Attorneys and Judges when in violation is ~82% (moving up)

These numbers may change as the investigation continues into the years before and after 2008.

The leadership architecture when the highest level of violations accrued (2008-2009)
Presiding Judge of Pima County Superior Court – Jan E. Kearney
Presiding Judge Direct Report/Tribunal Judge over commissioners and Judges – Michael J Cruikshank
Presiding Judge Family Court Div – Judge Nanette Warner
Direct Report to Family Court Presiding Judge – Kyle Bryson
Direct Report to Family Court Presiding Judge – Deborah J. S. Ward
Direct Report to Family Court Presiding Judge – Margaret L. Maxwell
Direct Report to Family Court Presiding Judge – Karen J. Nygaard

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