NY AA dismissed ( Not Local Los Angeles AA) as defendant in Brada wrongful death lawsuit

January 13, 2016 6:48 p.m.
Parents of a Saugus woman murdered in 2011 sued Alcoholics Anonymous when they learned she met her killer through AA.Hector and Jaroslava Mendez of Sylmar said they were seeking justice for their murdered daughter, Karla Brada, when they filed a wrongful death lawsuit. But on Tuesday they learned the list of defendants named in the lawsuit no longer includes the organization they believe could have prevented her death.Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Rita J. Miller dismissed the Mendez lawsuit Tuesday against the General Service Board of Alcoholics Anonymous Inc. and Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. on Tuesday.A San Fernando Superior Court jury found Eric Earle guilty in 2014 of murdering Brada by willfully and deliberately smothering her to death between the night of Aug. 31, 2011, and the morning of Sept. 1, 2011, inside the couple’s Saugus condominium. He was sentenced in 2014 to 26 years in prison.For Brada’s parents, AA was to blame for failing to prevent the murder because Brada met Earle at AA meetings.And, while their lawsuit continues against other defendants named — Earle himself and Brada’s AA sponsors — the two most prominent defendants representing AA headquarters were officially dismissed from the case.

The news was bittersweet for the lawyer who has struggled to hold AA accountable for the circumstances he believed led to Brada’s death.

“We’re disappointed that they let the New York AA out of the suit,” Valencia attorney John W. Noland said Wednesday.

“California law isn’t supportive of civil rights,” he said. “If this case had been heard in a different state, They (AA) might not have been released.”

Read full story here http://www.signalscv.com/m/section/36/article/147289/

So California is not supportive of Civil RIghts? WOW—- we need media and lawyers, activists and people who care about Civil Rights in California.

We know AA in NY knew that Violent offenders have been not only court ordered by judges  and the plea deals , but AA in NY has Literature teaching members how to go into prisons and bring them out and into meetings for 50 + years. Long before Drug Court even began.

They are still suing the Sponsors and Eric ….

Blog away !

FYI- Its only NY AA that was dismissed. Not Local AA in LA.

Brada Murder Trial Convicts AA member Eric Earle – 26 to life. Now The AA Wrongful Death Lawsuit Begins.

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In October 2014 Eric Earle was convicted of committing Murder 1 for the killing of Karla Brada. 3 long years, her family had to wait for this outcome.

An original Lawsuit against AA, all three of its non- profits, located in NYC and AA in Santa Clarita, the AA sponsors and many more were filed in Sept of 2012. Last year John Noland, an Attorney based in Santa Clarita took over the case.

AA had to respond by Dec 1st which they did. They have hired, or commissioned a super huge Law Firm. I guess AA NY needs to use all those millions for something important like Defending their sorry asses when voting to NOT warn their members about safety.

When will Steppers in NY Headquarters take their 10 th step and see what their part in Karla’s death is. When will the AA members, and employee’s in the NY AA office ask God what they should do about woman being murdered, raped, 13 stepped, sexually harassed and scammed for decades?

Will their 300k salary + hefty pension be enough to sooth their greedy selfish souls? How do they sleep at night? Perhaps they need to be more “of service” and make more coffee at meetings,
puringcoffeepicor sponsor more new comers….

AA General Service Board has known for decades about murders, rapes, 13 stepping, Members giving advice regarding medication, which has caused many a suicide.

This trial, this case, moves forward in March. I look forward to seeing what happens.

And just for the record, Jaro , Hector and I have begun to contact supervising Judges to make sure that one day, No Judge, in America will say those words….”AA or Jail ” ever again!

I’ll see you in Court.