On May 16, 2006, Andrew Martinez was taken to Valley Medical Center where he was pronounced dead
of apparent suicide. In 2009, Andrew Martinez's mother Esther
Krenn settled a wrongful death lawsuit against Santa Clara County in San Jose, California. The federal lawsuit was overseen
by United States District Court Judge James Ware. Were there any overriding read flags in this lawsuit that should have alerted
Federal Judge James Ware to take a closer look at how "mentally ill" inmates are being cared for in the Santa Clara
County Jail? Esther Krenn thought so. Ms. Krenn is made to appear as a "money hungry" mom. This
is farthest from the truth. Read her words in almost every news article she was quoted. What were her words? I
want my son's death investigated. She also wanted other changes. The one change that Judge James Ware agreed to
was already law in the state of California. It was already required by law that Santa Clara County's Jail notify relatives
and closet loved ones when an inmate had attempted suicide.
has Judge James Ware done his job? Absolutely not.
States District Court Judge James Ware did absolutely nothing. NOTHING!!
What should he have done?
The same thing as United States District Court Judge Kiyo
A. Matsumoto in the case of Esmin Green.
Just think of it. Judge James Ware is moving to the highest position that a federal judge
can aspire to as a federal judge in the Northern District of California.
Do we really want this judge over seeing all of the federal courts in Northern California?
I have other stories to tell you about this judge. This story is the most egregious.
Below you will find articles written about the Esmin Green case.
I am writing to let my readers know that during the exact same time I was investigating the "Andrew
Marintez" case, I filed a "civil grand jury" request with the Santa Clara County Grand Jury. I asked
that "Andrew Marintez" suspicious death be investigated.
My documents when filed were altered. I have asked to see a copy of what I filed with the
Santa Clara Grand Jury. I write about our county judges and federal judges (Whom all were earlier Superior Court Judges)
for a reason.