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Dear Ms. Nardi, 

On Nov 1st 2011 I met with City Manager Ken Nordoff and former Chief Bryden over events regarding the CNET Scandal.  I provided documents linking Danville Police to Contra Costa Narcotics Enforcement Taskforce (CNET) and how Chris Butler, Tanabe, Wielsch and Lombardi tried to arrest me, set me up, torch my truck with me in it but the dozens of police reports spanning over thirty years they appear to be landing in the round file.  Sometimes they derail the report by not taking the report.  

I specifically went to Mr. Wenter in regards to whether he had specific knowledge regarding my July 2011 hit and run over in Lafayette as just a mere two weeks after the Chief told me he was the FBI contact for CNET my car was totaled and then it gets better as Captain Schultz, a detective who I've seen around town, and Sergeant Mike Chan were clearly attempting to set me up for a Police/Suspect confrontation.  

Feel free to watch my comments about CNET, events near me and learn how my attorney was beat up on Oak Road in the matter Bennett v. Collins which was derailed when Attorney Sage Sepahi chose his personal safety.  Mr. Collins fell to his death shortly after the November 1st 2011 meeting and then a few weeks later I learn that Tanabe was the Danville Pack 36 Cub Scout Dad who was once in my house but keep in mind that both Collins, Tanabe, Collins, Butler, Wielsch, and others all worked for or with persons associated with the Danville Police Department, Collins was a Danville Building Inspector who reported to work at the same building as Tanabe.  

The person who attacked me in 2004 fell to his death weeks after that meeting but my former Danville neighbor Loretta Hale and former customer Roma Bhatia who worked at the former Country Wide offices in Danville.  I provided specific information on a particular attorney from Walnut Creek who simply was winning too much, likely knew Butler but had other 'deaths" connected to his clients.   

When you win too much you're operating just like an insider trading stock tips.  

I wish it was this simple - derail?  Try someone's been trying to kill me and no one has done anything other try to arrest me for shaking someones hand.  


Walnut Creek city attorney resigns, saying he was pressured to derail Lesher Center investigation

UPDATED:   07/31/2013 12:42:09 PM PDT




WALNUT CREEK -- Council members tried to derail an internal investigation once it revealed that the city manager knew of the allegations of child sex abuse by a Lesher Center employee earlier than he disclosed, according to outgoing City Attorney Bryan Wenter.
Wenter said this type of pressure from the people who hired him and what he called a "difficult" work environment prompted him to resign Monday after two years as the city's top counsel.
Mayor Cindy Silva said Tuesday she was not aware of any effort to shut down the investigation.
After Wenter announced his resignation, one of his two assistant city attorneys announced she, too, was leaving.
The atmosphere at City Hall has apparently become intolerable for Wenter in the wake of the Lesher Center child abuse "mandated reporting" internal investigation. That investigation examined whether city employees fulfilled their responsibilities to report suspected abuse to police after firing a former Lesher Center employee who was allegedly having inappropriate contact with teenage girls. The employee, Jason Pedroza, was charged by prosecutors in February with two felonies and a misdemeanor, three months after he was fired.
Four employees were placed on leave until the internal investigation was complete, and all four were eventually brought back to work after the investigation found that overall they acted appropriately. But the investigation revealed that City Manager Ken Nordhoff and others had the same information as the employees on leave.
"As you may know, the City Attorney's Office undertook that difficult, time-consuming, and thankless work, through independent outside counsel and an independent investigator, for a variety of important reasons, including potential civil liability the city may yet face," Wenter said in an email to city staff announcing his resignation. "Avoiding that challenge or shutting down the investigation when the pressures mounted internally because the investigation went 'up the chain' was not a legal or moral option I could support."
Wenter told this newspaper Tuesday that at the end of April, about a week after the council was made aware that Nordhoff knew more of the Lesher Center situation than he originally disclosed, Silva and another council member he declined to name asked him to make legal recommendations on the investigation that were not his own. At that meeting, he said he was accused of abusing the power of the City Attorney's Office, and his upcoming job review was mentioned.
Subsequently that day, Wenter said, he received a call from another council member who told him that he needed to watch his back and that the investigation needed to end.
"I continue to interpret both conversations, including raising the specter of a performance evaluation in the middle of an ongoing investigation, as efforts to alter my legal advice and influence me to shut down the investigation," Wenter said.
Silva and Councilman Bob Simmons acknowledged they met with Wenter in late April but disputed his account of what transpired. The goal was to find ways to bring "closure" to the situation, not to stop it, Silva said.
And it couldn't have been stopped anyway because interviews were already done, Silva said.
"The whole intent was to try and bring everything to resolution," she said.
Simmons agrees with Silva's recollection, and said that at the time Wenter was the only one in the city empowered to make any decisions in regards to the Lesher situation. Simmons said he wanted to give Wenter ideas, such as setting a due date for the investigation to conclude. He wanted the investigation completed, not to stop it, and mentioning Wenter's review was not an implied threat, Simmons said.
"The city attorney job is to provide legal advice; you don't insert your own sense of what is right or wrong when you are giving legal advice," he said.
Wenter declined to name the council member who called him to say he needed to watch his back, but Councilwoman Loella Haskew acknowledged Wednesday it was her.
Haskew said that when she told Wenter to "watch his back," it was not a threat. She thought he had chosen a side and that people on that side would turn on him, so he should watch his back, she said. In no way was she trying to get him to do anything "nefarious," she said.
"It's not in my style ever to threaten," Haskew said. "I am the most open guileless person I know. I have no threats. And I honestly believe that all three of us were trying to get to resolution so the city could move on to the city's business."
Wenter made it clear in the resignation emails he sent to the council and to the city staff that he had planned to stay at this job for much longer.
Following his move, assistant city attorney Katy Wisinski submitted her resignation effective Aug. 23. She is one of two assistant city attorneys.
Wisinski declined to comment about her exact reasons for leaving, but in an email to all Walnut Creek employees she made clear that Wenter's resignation was key to her decision. She commends him for his leadership and says she is proud of what he has accomplished.
"I have taken tremendous pride in being one of your attorneys, and I had expected to remain here for many years," Wisinski said in her email. "My heart is very heavy, but I can see that it is time to go."
With a nearly vacant attorney's office by the end of August, the City Council will need to act soon. Silva said it's a council decision on what to do about finding a new city attorney, even an interim one. As of Tuesday, no meeting had been called to discuss the issue.
Wenter's is the second high-profile resignation in the wake of the scandal. Last week, Human Resources Director Sally Rice, one of the four employees at the center of the investigation, resigned to take early retirement.
Silva said it saddens her when anyone in the organization leaves, but employees continue to do an incredible job for Walnut Creek.
"We will be able to work together to set a positive course for the future," she said.
Nordhoff is out of town and could not be reached for comment.
Contact Elisabeth Nardi at 925-952-2617. Follow her at Twitter.com/enardi10.

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The H1B Fake Interview - There are jobs in Walnut Creek

By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch EMAIL
Phone: 510-460-5641
Posted: 07/31/2013

Protect My Sons as no one will 


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I've endured many fake interviews or many fake attempts to get me to travel around the Bay Area so I can sync up for their required fake interviews.  Few in Law Enforcement understand this process and it would like explaining how a horse drinks water to some of them.  They simply don't understand the impact the visas have had.  

As soon as time permits please read these links about the Fake Interviews posted or written by others.  

http://techtalk.dice.com/t5/Current-Events/How-to-identify-fake-H1B-job-posting/td-p/294402

Below is a list of jobs taken where there is little chance a US Programmer would get the gig.  For me once I became well known around the globe on my opposition to the Visa my life became a living nightmare.  Someone in this mess is a connection to events near me and others.  If you don't believe me just read what happened to Lou Dobbs and his wife.

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2CV RESEARCH INC.
1331 N. CALIFORNIA BOULEVARD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: QUANTITIVE RESEARCH DIRECTOR
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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2CV RESEARCH INC.
1331 N. CALIFORNIA BOULEVARD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH DIRECTOR
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALISTO ENGINEERING GROUP INC.
2737 NORTH MAIN STREET SUITE 100
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: ARCHITECTURAL ANALYST/DESIGNER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALL ENVIRONMENTAL, INC.
2500 CAMINO DIABLO
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICE CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICE CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICE CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD. SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICE CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICE CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICE CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICE CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICE CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICE CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICE CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICE CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICE CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICE CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: COMPUTER PROGRAMMER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICE CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICES CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANLAYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICES CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANLAYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICES CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICES CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICES CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICES CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICES CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: COMPUTER PROGRAMMER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICES CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICES CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANLAYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICES CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANLAYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICES CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANLAYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICES CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANLAYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ALPHASOFT SERVICES CORPORATION
2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANLAYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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AMA ENGINEERING
1415 OAKLAND BLVD.
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROJECT DESIGNER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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AMA ENGINEERING
1415 OAKLAND BLVD.
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: PROJECT DESIGNER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ASCENT SERVICES GROUP
3000 OAK ROAD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: JUNIOR QA ENGINEER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ASCENT SERVICES GROUP
3000 OAK ROAD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: COMPUTER SYSTEMS ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ASCENT SERVICES GROUP
3000 OAK ROAD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: SOFTWARE DEVELOPER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ASCENT SERVICES GROUP
3000 OAK ROAD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: PROJECT COORDINATOR
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ASCENT SERVICES GROUP
3000 OAK ROAD, SUITE 200
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: SENIOR COMPUTER SYSTEMS ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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ASCENT SERVICES GROUP
3000 OAK ROAD, SUITE 200
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: COMPUTER SYSTEMS ANALYST (QA ANALYST)
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BALOYRA CHIROPRACTIC, INC.
1511 TREAT BLVD., #100
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94598
 SOC: CHIROPRACTOR
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BALOYRA CHIROPRACTIC, INC.
1511 TREAT BLVD., #100
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94598
 SOC: CHIROPRACTOR
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BANK OF THE WEST
1450 TREAT BLVD.
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: RISK ANALYST - STRUCTURED SECURITY
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BANK OF THE WEST
1450 TREAT BLVD.
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: RISK ANALYST - STRUCTURED SECURITY
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BANK OF THE WEST
1450 TREAT BLVD.
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: ETL DEVELOPER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BANK OF THE WEST
1450 TREAT BLVD.
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: ASSISTANT FINANCIAL PLANNING & ANALYSIS REPORTING
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BANK OF THE WEST
1450 TREAT BLVD.
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: ETL DEVELOPER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BPO SYSTEMS, INC.
1501 N. BROADWAY
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: ORACLE APPLICATIONS DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BPO SYSTEMS, INC.
1501 N. BROADWAY
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: ORACLE APPLICATIONS ENGINEER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BPO SYSTEMS, INC.
1501 N. BROADWAY
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: ORACLE APPLICATIONS ENGINEER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BPO SYSTEMS, INC.
1501 N. BROADWAY
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: ORACLE APPLICATIONS ENGINEER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BPO SYSTEMS, INC.
1501 N. BROADWAY
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: ORACLE APPLICATIONS DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BPO SYSTEMS, INC.
1501 N. BROADWAY
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BPO SYSTEMS, INC.
1501 N. BROADWAY
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: ORACLE APPLICATIONS DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BPO SYSTEMS, INC.
1501 N. BROADWAY
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: ORACLE APPLICATIONS DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BPO SYSTEMS, INC.
1501 N. BROADWAY
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: ORACLE APPLICATIONS ENGINEER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BPO SYSTEMS, INC.
1501 N. BROADWAY
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: ORACLE APPLICATIONS ENGINEER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BPO SYSTEMS, INC.
1501 N. BROADWAY
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: ORACLE APPLICATIONS DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BPO SYSTEMS, INC.
1501 N. BROADWAY
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: ORACLE BUSINESS ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BROWN AND CALDWELL
201 NORTH CIVIC DRIVE
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: ENGINEER II
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BROWN AND CALDWELL
201 NORTH CIVIC DRIVE
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: WATER RESOURCES ENGINEER II
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BROWN AND CALDWELL
201 NORTH CIVIC DRIVE
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: WATER RESOURCES ENGINEER II
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BROWN AND CALDWELL
201 N CIVIC DRIVE
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: ENGINEER II
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BROWN AND CALDWELL
201 N CIVIC DRIVE
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: ENGINEER II
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BROWN AND CALDWELL
201 NORTH CIVIC DRIVE
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER III
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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BROWN AND CALDWELL
201 N. CIVIC DRIVE, SUITE 115
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: CIVIL ENGINEER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CAFE DELLE STELLE RESTAURANT
1532 NORTH MAIN STREET
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: MARKETING SPECIALIST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CALIFORNIA STATE AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION
3055 OAK ROAD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: PRODUCT ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CALIFORNIA STATE AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION
3055 OAK ROAD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: BUSINESS ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CALIFORNIA STATE AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION
3055 OAK ROAD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: IT SYSTEMS ENGINEER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CALIFORNIA STATE AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION
3055 OAK ROAD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: PROGRAM ANALYST III (SENIOR)
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CALIFORNIA STATE AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION
3055 OAK ROAD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: IT CONSULTANT II
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CALIFORNIA STATE AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION INTER-INSU
3055 OAK ROAD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597-
 SOC: COMPUTER SOFTWARE ENGINEER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CALIFORNIA STATE AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION INTER-INSU
3055 OAK ROAD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: COMPUTER SOFTWARE ENGINEER
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE (USA) INC.
1661 TICE VALLEY BLVD.
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER-ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE (USA) INC.
1661 TICE VALLEY BLVD.
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER-ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: QUALITY ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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CG-VAK SOFTWARE USA INC
1661 TICE VALEY BLVD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94595
 SOC: PROGRAMMER ANALYST
 TOTAL_WORKERS:
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2CV RESEARCH INC.
1331 N. CALIFORNIA BOULEVARD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: QUANTITIVE RESEARCH DIRECTOR
 TOTAL_WORKERS: 1
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2CV RESEARCH INC.
1331 N. CALIFORNIA BOULEVARD
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
 SOC: QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH DIRECTOR
 TOTAL_WORKERS: 1
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ALISTO ENGINEERING GROUP INC.
2737 NORTH MAIN STREET SUITE 100
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: ARCHITECTURAL ANALYST/DESIGNER
 TOTAL_WORKERS: 1
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ALL ENVIRONMENTAL, INC.
2500 CAMINO DIABLO
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94597
 SOC: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST
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2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
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2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD., SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
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2121 N. CALIFORNIA BLVD. SUITE 345
WALNUT CREEK  CA   94596
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Police: Former Contra Costa Times reporter dies while snorkeling in Hawaii

By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch EMAIL
Phone: 510-460-5641
Posted: 07/30/2013

Reposted to Protect My Sons

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Some may think, wow another accident but what you're not reading in the Contra Costa Times is what they should be writing about.  Few knew Ian Lota Scott who was the Karaoke DJ at Dallimonti's for many years until his passing on September 13th 2011, few know that I was supposed to meet Candidate for Office Eric Nunn who crashed a few days after we spoke, few know that I can link Tanabe to several BART officers who are also deceased just like my former Attorney's brother in-law son of a local Super lawyer who just happened know my ex-wife for thirty.  They kept a good secret for nearly five years until Nate turned up dead on WB 24 last year.  

My offices were once in the same center as Dallimonti's but over the summer of 2010 Ian's mom Izetta was helping me sort through all the strange events around me, she once worked for the Solano County District Attorney's office.  Ian is another death just a handshake away from yet another current or former state worker.  It doesn't make sense that so many so close to government are dying in accidents, drownings or plane crashes.  

That legal "stuff" surfaced six months later as the CNET Scandal but persons near Dallimonti's including current and former officers have ties to the many incidents near me and others.  This blog is a better defense than retaining an attorney as most Contra Costa Bar Association members are well aware that my attorney Sage Sepahi was beaten in Walnut Creek and now they know that Donald Moats offices were torched in 2001 forcing me into an adverse settlement but please feel free to read my other article on how cases are settled here in Contra Costa County.  


Ian Scott R.I.P  I plan to write more about this former Contra Costa Times CSR and I am sure that Mr. Taugher knew Ian who I am sure knew Margaret Lesher.  I hope you can count 1, 2, 3 or .... 


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Police: Former Contra Costa Times reporter dies while snorkeling in Hawaii
By David DeBolt ddebolt@bayareanewsgroup.com
POSTED:   07/29/2013 09:07:13 AM PDT | UPDATED:   ABOUT 6 HOURS AGO





BENICIA -- A former Contra Costa Times newspaper reporter who became a spokesman for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife died while snorkeling on vacation in Hawaii, according to the state agency and police.
Michael Taugher, 50, of Benicia was found unresponsive in the water off Black Rock in Kaanapali Saturday morning. He had been snorkeling with family members when he went missing. Lifeguard, firefighters and paramedics tried to revive Taugher but were unsuccessful. A police spokesman in Hawaii said no foul play is suspected.
A longtime environmental and investigative reporter, Taugher was known for his blend of meticulous research and dogged reporting in covering the biggest issues of the day,

Former Contra Costa Times reporter Michael Taugher.
said his former editor and Bay Area News Group East Bay Metro Editor Kat Rowlands.
In his 12 years at the Times, Taugher was the newspaper's go-to reporter on environmental issues, covering everything from state water politics, to endangered species, to forestry and the state's energy crisis. His reporting earned him numerous awards and praise from inside and outside the Walnut Creek newsroom.
"Mike was unquestionably fair, knowledgeable, and deeply insightful about the issues he covered," U.S. Rep. George Miller, D-Contra Costa, said in a statement. "He helped to broaden people's understanding of the environmental issues we face in California and I hope that his family will take some solace in knowing that many of us will remember Mike as a solid professional and very decent person."
In May 2012, Gov. Jerry Brown appointed Taugher as the assistant deputy director of communications, education and outreach at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Before working for the Contra Costa Times from 2000 to 2012, he was an environmental reporter for the Albuquerque Journal from 1995 to 2000, a Greeley Tribune reporter from 1992 to 1995 and a reporter for the Tahoe Daily Tribune and North Lake Tahoe Bonanza from 1989 to 1992.
"He was also a genuinely decent, nice guy," said Paul Rogers, environment writer for the San Jose Mercury News who worked with Taugher. "He'd be patiently explaining some complex California water issue to me and then just suddenly blurt out 'hey, did I tell you my son, Zac hit a home run in Little League this weekend?'"
David DeBolt covers breaking news. Contact him in Richmond at 510-262-2728. Follow him atTwitter.com/daviddebolt.


Mike Taugher, environmental reporter for the Contra Costa Times, researches rice farming in the Sacramento Delta in June of 2009. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)
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Seeno Pattern Matching (Google Search Patterns)

By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch EMAIL
Phone: 510-460-5641
Posted: 07/29/2013

Protect My Sons
 
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Seeno Pattern Matching 
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The H1b Visa and the CHP Officer Youngstrom Fatal Shooting


By petecbennett@outlook.com PETE BENNETT
Posted July 31st 2013

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This page and others will detail my position on how the H1b visa resulted in the shooting death of Officer Kenyon Youngstrom.  I was once afforded the pleasure of meeting him at the Walnut Creek Starbucks at in early 2012 when he and his partner sat down next to me more than once.  We had a chance to talk just once when they took the table next to me.

During that brief meeting we casually chatted about life and Youngstrom was rather funny, very likable and was down to earth.  What they did not know was my research on Contra Costa County events which has become the framework of this blog.  There were three separate visits where we crossed paths but my personal situation because this former well paid american programmer was homeless and living his Ford Explorer that was towed away days after another tragedy, the Anthony Banta Jr. shooting.

Most programmers when reading this article by Matthias Gafni might ponder why he was traveling between jobs daily.  Programmers interview a few times, get hired, go to work where they often spend weeks reading code, documentation and have meetings about objectives before touching the code.

The quote from Mindsource was he was a fantastic programmer is flawed as it reeks that Lacey was another Fake Interview Victim.  I know as I've been contacted by Mindsource but also don't believe a word from their recruiters.  I've also got Chris Lacey's linked-in profile and from my experience can see his is skills appear solid and I would be the papers in his backpack were bills or the letter from Mindsource woudl he burned his precious cash driving from Corning CA to San Jose CA.

Please take a moment to read my comments on being stalked in Walnut Creek CA where I was followed near relentlessly for two years.  In one of those events the stalkers took pictures of Youngstrom but I reported the stalking to Walnut Creek Police but read this posting about how they handle attempted murders which is why I stood up in front of the city council which is probably why

The hidden message here: They found Lacey from the internet but they state they have a rich source professionals.

"We found him on a job board through a mailing list," Meza said of Lacy's hiring. "It's just very strange. This can happen to anybody."

Additionally when you read their self-fulfilling comments about how they source it's obvious to me that Mindsource was seeking someone to interview for an H1B Visa re-certification interview.   Please read the The H1B Fake Interview  to learn more about this process.  The H1b visa constitutes about 3 million positions taken by foreign tech workers at a 20% discount or better.

Christopher Lacy started software job 7 days before CHP shooting

By Matthias Gafni
Contra Costa Times
POSTED:   09/12/2012 10:20:37 AM PDT | UPDATED:   11 MONTHS AGO

This undated photo released by the California Highway Patrol shows Officer Kenyon Youngstrom....


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MOUNTAIN VIEW -- Christopher Lacy, just days into his new job as a senior software engineer, was on his way to a Sunnyvale client on Sept. 4, the day he shot and killed a California Highway Patrol officer without warning, investigators and a company official said Wednesday.
The 36-year-old programmer had long worked remotely for various Silicon Valley companies but was hired at Mountain View-based Mindsource Inc. a week and two days before the shooting, said Gabriel Meza, Mindsource's vice president of human resources. As a senior software engineer, Lacy was tasked with the development of Java, a computer programming language.
"In the seven days he worked for us, the only feedback was he was doing an amazing job," Meza said. "He was top level. Very senior."

The new job required that Lacy visit various Silicon Valley clients at their sites to provide consulting, Meza said, meaning Lacy would have to either commute 430 miles round-trip from his home to isolated and rural Rancho Tehama, outside of Corning, or stay somewhere in the Bay Area during the week. Neighbors said Lacy moved north a year ago because he despised the hustle and bustle of the Bay Area.

On Sept. 4, Lacy was scheduled to provide consulting for Hewlett-Packard at their Sunnyvale office, Meza said. After a likely four-hour drive from his trailer in Rancho Tehama, Lacy was pulled over on Interstate 680 in Alamo for having an obstructed license plate. After a 10-second interaction with CHP officer Kenyon Youngstrom, Lacy shot him without warning. A second officer then shot Lacy to death. Youngstrom died the following evening.

His neighbor speculated that Lacy had been spending his weekdays in the Bay Area because his Jeep Wrangler was gone the week before the shooting.

"He told me he didn't ever want to go back down there," neighbor Jim Bowron said. "But you have to go where the money is, and Silicon Valley just happens to be that."

An email from a Mindsource recruiter was found in his Jeep by investigators, according to a search warrant filed in Contra Costa Superior Court this week. "We found him on a job board through a mailing list," Meza said of Lacy's hiring. "It's just very strange. This can happen to anybody."
Detectives seized a handgun safety certificate, ammunition, a gun-carrying case, three shooting targets and large amount of computer equipment, among other items, from his Tehama County trailer, according to court documents.
While searching the Jeep, investigators also found "a backpack containing (mail) belonging to Lacy, pistol ammunition, four loaded pistol magazines, a knit cap and a pistol shoulder holster," according to the warrant.
Youngstrom, 37, of Cordelia -- who donated his organs, saving the lives of four people -- will have a memorial service Thursday morning at a Vacaville church.
Contact Matthias Gafni at 925-952-5026. Follow him at Twitter.com/mgafni.

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The CNET Storm Troopers and Boss Man




You have wonder why the Lafayette Chief Of Police can't respond to an attempted murder, or numerous attempted murder incidents spanning decades are ignored.  
Clockwise from Top Left: San Ramon Police Officer Louis Lombardi, Albert D. Seeno of Seeno Construction, Chris Butler Private Investigator and former Antioch Police Officer, Norman Wielsch former Contra Costa Narcotics Enforcement Taskforce Commander (California Department of Justice or CAL DOJ),  a couple of very pathetic we're sorry letters from Walnut Creek Police and Lafayette.

The guy in the bottom right hand corner?  My former fucking neighbor who likely assisted in blowing my truck up in 2004.  Former Danville Officer Stephen Tanabe who knows Butler, Lombardi, Wielsch and Gary Collins the building inspector who nearly killed me in 2004.  I was one or two blows from going down it was a close call but I managed to push him off me with a good ole soccer gut kick.

I've asked the Boy Scouts of America to look in to what happened at the Pinewood Derby in 2007.  Tanabe was close enough to my residence he could walk over to my house and rig my truck to erupt in flames.

There is a large slew of Agency Amnesia and a lot of deceased persons that you can easily pair up to Seeno. 

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Obituary: Michael Chavez Concord City Councilman

By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch EMAIL
Phone: 510-460-5641
Posted: 07/20/2013
Protect My Sons
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Concord, Calif., City Councilman Michael Chavez, owner of the of the Charisma Salon, died Saturday after suffering a heart attack during a community meeting. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/contracostatimes/obituary.aspx?pid=92116824#fbLoggedOut


Concord City Councilman Michael Chavez died Saturday shortly after collapsing at a packed public meeting that was broadcast live on local television.
Vice Mayor William Shinn said Chavez had a heart attack.
Chavez, a 61-year-old hairstylist, had just finished sharing his thoughts on the planning for the Concord Naval Weapons Station when his head suddenly slumped to his chest and his face turned blue, said Shinn, who was sitting next to Chavez.
"I was following up with my thoughts when I heard the city manager ask, 'Michael, are you all right?' " Shinn said. "I looked at Michael and thought he was having a seizure."
A former firefighter and a nurse who were among the nearly 200 people attending the meeting at the Concord Senior Center ran to Chavez's assistance and performed CPR, said Shinn, who assisted.
"We got him going a couple of times. He would gasp for breath and start coming around, but then he would fade out again," Shinn said.
Paramedics took him to Mount Diablo Medical Center in Concord, less than a mile away, where he was pronounced dead.
"He was not your typical politician," Mayor Mark Peterson said. "It wasn't like he had a big political machine behind him. He got elected because he knew a lot of people who knew he could help them."
Chavez grew up in East Los Angeles, where, as a teenager, he picked up a pair of scissors and instantly knew hairstyling was his calling, said Mary Jo Rossi, Chavez's longtime friend and campaign manager.
He ran a hair salon in San Francisco before moving his business and life to Concord about 27 years ago. Charisma Salon, his shop on Clayton Road quickly became a hub for local politics.
"You could walk in at any given time and find a politician inside the salon either getting their hair done or stopping in to talk politics with Michael. Getting a haircut from him was an event. By the end of 45 minutes, you always got to the bottom of something," Rossi said.
Before winning election in November, Chavez served on the Concord Planning Commission, chaired the Concord Parks and Recreation Commission, and was among the leading forces in rebuilding Todos Santos Park, colleagues said.
Chavez is survived by his wife, Vikki, and two children, Austin, 15, and Dallas, 13 - both adopted from Russia.
"He was full of life and just the best dad a guy could ever have," Austin said. "He changed my life and my sister's life. I miss him so much."

Memorial services are planned for later this month in Concord.
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Lafayette Police Letters DETAILING Hit and Run

By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch EMAIL
Phone: 510-460-5641
Posted: 07/18/2013 

Protect My Sons

Arson Murder - Magalia / Paradise CA
Related: Arson / Arson
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The attached links cover the numerous letters to Lafayette about the hit and run accident.  
Somewhere in my allegations you'll find that I said "Bright Light" blinded me enough that I totaled my car.  The Pilots on the Asiana Flight 214 publicly stated this immediately after the crash.  Even though the current (Dec 2013) hearings point to Pilot Error the recent Flight 800 Movie has former NTSB Investigators stating on film that the investigation was flawed.  

You should watch the film and make your own decisions.  

My accident was planned and premeditated but the Chief is part of that big Danville Christiansen clan.  One of them is probably the father of the son my ex gave up for adoption decades ago.  



 On July 20th 2011 I was blinded with a high powered light.  What a coincidence?
Asiana Flight 214 Blinded by the light


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Google Earth KML and KMZ Files - Download Page

By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch EMAIL
Phone: 510-460-5641
Posted: 07/18/2013

Protect My Sons - this is what this about


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Bennett v. Collins



Related articles: 


The building inspector died after he was linked to CNET 


Documents linking Collins to Danville Police, Tanabe, Lombardi and CNET.  


Gary Vinson Collins was killed in 2011 weeks after I gave Chief Bryden documents linking Danville to CNET.  


http://contracostawatch.blogspot.com/2013/03/obit-gary-vinson-collins-danville.html

Bennett V. Collins



Peter Bennett
PO Box 523
Alamo CA 94507
Telephone:       (925) 705-1812
Facsimile:        (000) 000-0000

In Pro Per




SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA-UNLIMITED JURISDICTION

Pete Bennett

                            Plaintiff,     
              v.

Gary Collins, and DOES 1-20, inclusive,

                            Defendants.

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CASE NO.: 

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES FOR ASSAULT, BATTERY, FALSE IMPRISONMENT, TRESPASS TO REAL PROPERTY, TRESPASS TO PERSONAL PROPERTY, CONVERSION AND INTENTIONAL INFLICTION OF EMOTIONAL DISTRESS


           
Plaintiff alleges:
GENERAL ALLEGATIONS
1. Defendant Gary Collins is an individual.  Plaintiff Pete Bennett is informed and believes that, at all times herein mentioned, defendant Gary Collins was a resident of Contra Costa County, California.
2. Defendants Doe 1 through Doe 20, inclusive, are sued herein under fictitious names. Their true names and capacities are unknown to plaintiff. When their true names and capacities are ascertained, plaintiff will amend this complaint by inserting their true names and capacities herein.  Plaintiff is informed and believes and thereon alleges that each of the fictitiously named defendants is responsible in some manner for the occurrences herein alleged, and that plaintiff's damages as herein alleged were proximately caused by those defendants. Each reference in this complaint to ''defendant,'' ''defendants,'' or a specifically named defendant refers also to all defendants sued under fictitious names.
3. Plaintiff is informed and believes and thereon alleges that at all times herein mentioned each of the defendants, including all defendants sued under fictitious names, was the agent and employee of each of the remaining defendants, and in doing the things hereinafter alleged, was acting within the course and scope of this agency and employment.

FIRST CAUSE OF ACTION
(Assault)
4. Plaintiff incorporates paragraphs 1 through 3 this Complaint as if the same were fully stated herein.
5. On or about September 21, 2004, defendant Gary Collins came to plaintiff Pete Bennett’s residence at 161 Valle Vista Drive in Danville, California.  Defendant Gary Collins menacingly approached and yelled threatening and offensive words at plaintiff, including threats of death and bodily harm.  Further, defendant Gary Collins attempted to strike and did, in fact, strike plaintiff, thereby inflicting bodily harm upon plaintiff.
6. In doing the acts as alleged above, defendant intended to cause plaintiff an apprehension of a harmful or an offensive contact with plaintiff's person.
7. As a result of defendant's acts as alleged above, plaintiff, in fact, was placed in great apprehension of a harmful contact with plaintiff's person.
8. At no time did plaintiff consent to any of the acts of defendant alleged above.
9. As a proximate result of the acts of defendant as alleged above, plaintiff suffered physical injuries to his elbow, shoulder, arm, knee, leg and chest.
10. As a proximate result of the acts of defendant as alleged above, plaintiff was hurt and injured in his health, strength, and activity, sustaining injury to his nervous system and person, all of which have caused, and continue to cause, plaintiff great mental, physical, and nervous pain and suffering.  As a result of these injuries, plaintiff has suffered general damages.
11. As a further proximate result of defendant's acts, plaintiff has been damaged in that he has been required to expend money and incur obligations for medical services and treatment reasonably required in the treatment and relief of the injuries herein alleged.
12. As a further proximate result of the acts of defendant, plaintiff has incurred medical and related expenses.
13. Plaintiff is informed and believes that, as a further proximate result of the acts of defendant, plaintiff will continue to incur medical and related expenses.
14. As a further proximate result of the acts of defendant, plaintiff was prevented from participating in his usual occupation and thereby lost earnings to his damage.
15. Plaintiff is informed and believes that, as a further proximate result of the acts of defendant, plaintiff's present and future earning capacity has been impaired.
16. The aforementioned conduct of defendant was willful and malicious and was intended to oppress and cause injury to plaintiff. Plaintiff is therefore entitled to an award of punitive damages.

SECOND CAUSE OF ACTION
(Battery)
17. Plaintiff incorporates paragraphs 1 through 3 and 8 through 16 of this Complaint as if the same were fully stated herein.
18. On or about September 21, 2004, defendant Gary Collins came to plaintiff Pete Bennett’s residence at 161 Valle Vista Drive in Danville, California.  Defendant Gary Collins struck plaintiff with his hands on multiple occasions and threw plaintiff to the ground.  Defendant Gary Collins pinned plaintiff to the ground by pressing his knees into plaintiff’s chest while plaintiff was on his back on the ground. 
19. In doing the acts as alleged above, defendant acted with the intent to make a contact with plaintiff's person.

THIRD CAUSE OF ACTION
(False Imprisonment)
20. Plaintiff incorporates paragraphs 1 through 3 and 9 through 16 of this Complaint as if the same were fully stated herein.
            21. On or about September 21, 2004, defendant Gary Collins used physical force and threats of violence, including death threats, to confine plaintiff for a period of time, against his will and without his consent.  Following this period of detention, defendant released plaintiff without charging him with any crime or taking him before a magistrate.
            22. Immediately prior to the acts of defendant herein alleged, plaintiff had been peacefully working in the study in his residence, located at 161 Valle Vista Drive in Danville, California.
            23. Plaintiff did not steal, nor was he in the process of stealing, any property belonging to defendant or anyone else, nor had he committed any crime against defendant or anyone else.
            24. In imprisoning plaintiff, defendant acted with deliberate malice and for the purpose of harassing plaintiff and causing plaintiff physical and emotional harm.

FOURTH CAUSE OF ACTION
(Trespass to Real Property)
25. Plaintiff incorporates paragraphs 1 through 3 and 9 through 16 of this Complaint as if the same were fully stated herein.
26. On or about September 21, 2004, defendant Gary Collins intentionally entered a residence located at 161 Valle Vista Drive in Danville, California of which plaintiff is the occupant and possessor.
27. Plaintiff did not give defendant permission for the entry and, in fact, defendant entered plaintiff’s residence despite plaintiff’s explicit demands for defendant to leave.

FIFTH CAUSE OF ACTION
(Trespass to Personal Property)
28. Plaintiff incorporates paragraphs 1 through 3 of this Complaint as if the same were fully stated herein.
29. On or about September 21, 2004, defendant Gary Collins, without plaintiff's consent, threw plaintiff into an antique table owned by plaintiff.
            30. In doing the acts above, defendant proximately caused damage to said table.  Plaintiff is informed and believes that the cost to replace or repair said table is approximately $400.00.
31. The aforementioned conduct of defendant was willful and malicious and was intended to oppress plaintiff. Plaintiff is therefore entitled to an award of punitive damages.

SIXTH CAUSE OF ACTION
(Conversion)
            32. Plaintiff incorporates paragraphs 1 through 3 of this Complaint as if the same were fully stated herein.
            33. At all times herein mentioned, and in particular on or about September 21, 2004, plaintiff was, and still is, the owner and was, and still is, entitled to the possession of the following personal property, namely: an antique table. 
34. Plaintiff is informed and believes that on or about September 21, 2004 and at 161 Valle Vista Drive in Danville, California, the property described above had an approximate value of $400.00.
            35. On or about September 21, 2004, defendant Gary Collins, without plaintiff’s consent, intentionally damaged said antique table by throwing plaintiff into it, all to plaintiff’s detriment.
            36. The aforementioned conduct of defendant was willful and malicious and was intended to oppress plaintiff. Plaintiff is therefore entitled to an award of punitive damages.

SEVENTH CAUSE OF ACTION
(Intentional Infliction Emotional Distress)
37. Plaintiff incorporates paragraphs 1 through 36 of this Complaint as if the same were fully stated herein.
38.  Defendant’s actions of physically attacking plaintiff, verbally intimidating plaintiff, damaging plaintiff’s personal property and trespassing on plaintiff’s real property, as alleged in this Complaint, were knowing, intentional, and willful, and done with a reckless disregard of the probability of causing plaintiff emotional distress.
39.  As a proximate result of defendant’s conduct, as alleged in this complaint, plaintiff suffered severe mental anguish and emotional and physical distress, all to his general damages.
            40. In acting in the manner described in this Complaint, defendant’s conduct was malicious and oppressive, and was carried out in willful and conscious disregard of plaintiff’s rights and safety and subjected plaintiff to cruel and unjust hardship.
PRAYER FOR RELIEF
            WHEREFORE, plaintiff Pete Bennett demands against defendants, and each of them, as follows:
1. For general damages according to proof;
2. For medical and related expenses according to proof;
3. For lost earnings, past and future, according to proof;
4. For punitive damages;
5. For interest as allowed by law;
6. For costs of suit herein incurred; and
7. For such other and further relief as the court may deem proper.

Dated:                                                                        


                                                                                    ________________________
                                                                                    Peter Bennett
                                                                                    In Pro Per




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