VALERIANO DIVIACCHI / The Truth on SJC Cases 12025 and 13241




For full version with additional references, citations, and exhibits, see VALERIANO DIVIACCHI / The Truth on SJC Cases 12025 and 13241



Private citizen Valeriano Diviacchi pursuant to the First Amendment states the following regarding SJC Case 12025, In Re Valeriano Diviacchi, in which the undersigned Valeriano Diviacchi was the only attorney involved who had the courage to speak honestly and truthfully to the best of his knowledge and ability; who was the only attorney willing to handle a complex, difficult case on an honest and reasonable fee basis; who was willing to do so despite being out-of-state attending his daughter’s college graduation at most material times (something no judge or BBO member could be bothered to consider or to mention); who represented his client in such a competent and diligent manner that his client avoided default, foreclosure, and true bankruptcy that would have been the undisputed result without his representation; and who committed no act of perjury nor intentional misrepresentation as falsely claimed in this case unlike the other attorneys involved who used his honest work and the deceptions of his client to collect their dishonest fees and to falsely disparage his work and experience for their personal benefit.

Private citizen Valeriano Diviacchi pursuant to the First Amendment states to the following specific individuals and generally to the ruling class monopoly on violence called the American system of justice:

— To the “moral busybodies” of the Supreme Judicial Court who through the corruption of appointment by the few, absolute immunity for their decisions, and life tenure have become a modern House of Stuart Star Chamber so accustomed to fabricating evidence and “law” to enforce their own personal ruling class ideology that they have become incapable of differentiating fact from fiction and whose fear of losing their power prevents them from dealing honestly with the miserable lives who have the misfortune of appearing before them (remember the words of Upton Sinclair, “judges are not bought, they are selected”);

— To the glorified bookkeepers that call themselves Bar Counsel and Board of Bar “Overseers” consistent with their plantation heritage and mentality whose only knowledge of ethics is how to spell it and including but limited to the hypocritical, delusional, sycophant, bigots who were involved in the above case who were and are willing to have their personal emotional dislike and professional jealousy of an individual they consider below their class to serve as a basis for financial, personal, and familial punishment of that individual;

— To the fine, upstanding members of the post-modern cult called “the Bar” everywhere whose ignorance of history, the cowardice of the many, and the power of the few with the ability to contort ruling class rules of etiquette and self-interest into a recognizable and enforceable ethical standard makes them willing to destroy lives both physically and spiritually;

And last by not least to my former client Camilla Warrender:

I did nothing morally wrong in this case other than to naively expect honesty and forthrightness from my client, the Bar, and the justice system. A mistake no honest trial attorney should make or they will wind up as I have in this case in which the published facts have little if any relation to what actually happened. Remember the words of C.S. Lewis:

“Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.”

/s/  Valeriano Diviacchi

My publicly filed summary of facts for SJC Case 12025, In Re Valeriano Diviacchi:


Further records are at SJC Cases 12025 and 13241

The full record is available for review upon request.