Friday, August 9, 2013

The Danville Council has known about CNET since 2004

By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch EMAIL
Phone: 510-460-5641
Posted: 06/13/2013

Many reading my blog will wonder why this litigant is upset, first take a look at my son here and see the near emaciated state in 2008 .  In 2007 my son melted down at the Pinewood Derby but what happened would be Violation of my Civil Rights Under 

Tanabe was present, as was Judge Joel Golub and unknown to me a slew of police officers who used the Boy Scouts of America event to cover their connections to CNET as they all knew that Butler knew Tanabe, they all knew that my I was beaten in my house, they all knew my truck was set ablaze, they all knew Gary Vinson Collins was the assailant, they also knew Loretta Hale, many would know attorneys at Greenan via his representation of Contra Costa County and Seeno Construction.  

I would surmise that many appear to be glaring light so bright it's hard not see that I told an officer of the court that a Danville Building Inspector nearly killed me and that someone rigged my truck for arson.  What gives Joel is it possible that you unfairly fined me over 12,000 for tickets when you gave out $75 fines to the guys here illegally working in the Gardens of Contra Costa County.  According to the Cannon of Ethics you screwed up. 

When a truck erupts in flames at 90 mph chances of survival are slim but I was lucky. Nearly ten years later the Alamo 1st Mormons suspected then are living large and apparently guilt free of a near attempted murder.  

The Danville Town Council knew about CNET long before Tanabe was arrested


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