Showing posts with label Butte District Attorney. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Butte District Attorney. Show all posts

Bennett's Litigation Score Card - If you've ever lost a case in Contra Costa County

The Contra Costa District Attorney
Murder for Hire 

Updated: Nov. 11, 2017 

Around 1979 I got my first dose of litigation.  
After a few court room losses I got better at running my business and by 1985 things were better.  

In a nutshell my litigation history four murders near me and/my case or my attorneys

Litigation Scorecard

  1. Bennett V. Southern Pacific - Forced Adverse Settlement 
    1. Bennett's cabinet shop attacked with break-ins, shootings and arson - Bennett loses business 
  2. Fang v. Bennett 1987 - down the middle losses over $35,000 
    1. Fang Murdered in 2000 
    2. Bennett as Witness suppressed by Lt. Lawrence  refused to take statement  
  3. Bennett V. Collins - Danville Police and Town of Danville hid Collins from service 
    1. Documents handed to Chief Bryden on Nov 1st 2011 incriminating police officers, attorneys, and investigators plus Collins 
    2. Weeks Later CNET Witness Collins is dead plus two other divorces - Collins knows Butler, and Tanabe from Danville PD  Murder By Accident 
  4. Tarrant v. Bennett - Counsel Dax Craven - lied that he knew my ex-wife (Mormon)
  5. Charter Collections v. Authentic Technologies - Don Moats - disbarred but Moats offices burned down in 2001 - FBI investigated case too bad for Walnut Creek Police 
  6. Bennett hit with restraining orders by San Ramon Unified School District 
  7. Bennett's attorney in Collins matter beaten, threatened and left the area 
  8. Bennett's Attorney Moats wife murdered in Walnut Creek 1989
  9. Bennett's Attorney Dax Craven brother in-law Nate Greenan murdered on April 18th 2012 in Orinda

Other cases known to Bennett 
  1. Portue v. Dan Terry Contra Costa County Sheriff - Attorney Stu Stafine forced into adverse settlement loses case - Stafine dead within days. 
  2. Attorney Daniel Horowitz wife murdered in 2005 
  3. Attorney suing Seeno killed in car crash 
  4. Department of Elections two suicides connected to this department- with widows permission Bennett asks questions - you bet they didn't like those questions - The Head of the DOE suddenly announces retirement (very suddenly)
Check out "The Superior Court Murders" 


Contra Costa County Fire Protection District appoints new chief -now perhaps the 1776 Ygnacio Valley Road Fire might be solved

Contra Costa County Fire Protection District appoints new chief

By Jennifer Modenessi Contra Costa Times
POSTED:   09/21/2013 03:09:53 PM PDT | UPDATED:   75 MIN. AGO

MARTINEZ -- County supervisors have appointed Roseville Fire Department assistant chief of operations Jeff Carman as the new fire chief of the Contra Costa County Fire Protection District.
The supervisors, who also act as the fire district board, officially appointed Carman Sept. 17. He starts his new job Oct. 21.
Carman replaces fire Chief Daryl Louder, who announced his resignation in April. Louder's last day with the district is Oct. 31.
Supervisors selected Carman in August from an initial pool of 42 applicants.
Carman's monthly starting salary is $15,527.14. In October, county Human Resources Director Ted Cwiek will ask the board to approve reallocating the fire chief's salary to a higher step; Carman's base salary will be $195,641.88 annually. That salary is 5 percent higher than the retiring chief's, according to County Administrator David Twa. The county, he said, increased the chief's salary range to make the recruitment pool "as broad as possible."
The nine-day overlap between the two chiefs will cost $6,500, which will come from the fire district's operating budget.
Carman will also start his new position with a vacation credit of 80 hours and a relocation reimbursement of up to $10,000. Twa told supervisors the new chief will be entitled to accrued vacation of 23.3 hours a month, which is what Carman receives in his current position.
"Traditionally, when we've brought department heads in, we've brought them in at the same level of benefits that they are receiving from their position," Twa said.
As a county employee, Carman's retirement benefits will be managed by the Contra Costa County Employees' Retirement Association.
Because Carman was previously a member of the California Public Employees' Retirement System, he's not subject to new state pension reforms. Additionally, when he retires, Carman will receive retirement benefits from both agencies.
After approving his appointment, the board welcomed their new chief.
"We are looking forward to working together, and resolution to a number of issues we face here in the fire district," said Supervisor Federal Glover.
Carman was not in attendance at that meeting.

Related Blog Posts 
There is reason for new talent in San Ramon Fire Districts and Consolidated fire.  

My story:
  • 09/21/2013 Homeless as September 21st 2013 
  • 09/21/2013 Attacked Panera Bread Walnut Creek by a retired Walnut Creek City Employee. 
  • 08/08/2013 NavyYardShooter reports being stalked
  • 07/10/2010 Bennett reports numerous times to local police about stalking 
  • 09/04/2012 Officer Kenyon Youngstrom shot by programmer - Bennett sees similar red Charger in overhead shot from Chopper News Crew - Bennett reported red car several times.  
  • 12/26/2011 Anthony Banta Jr.Flips out killed by police -another normal person killed after popping cork explodes?  No more likely he was stalked or given substance - real nice kid that I might have a picture of. 
Their Tactics 
  • 07/28/2013 Write him up for 5150 in front of Starbucks 
  • 05/28/2012 Try to arrest him for executing his lawful court orders.  
  • 08/24/2011 Attempt to arrest suspect in front of Contra Costa Library for allegations related to attacking city worker riding mower - a big ass mower - Captain Schultz removed from post?  


Butte County Superior Court - All charge dismissed

By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch EMAIL
Phone: 510-460-5641
Posted: 06/21/2013

Reposted to Protect My Sons

Arson Murder - Magalia / Paradise CA
Related: Arson / Arson

subject: Re: Missed the train

Date: Mon, 17 Jun 2013 17:10:37 -0700

Mr Bennett, Mr Schaffer has decided to dismiss your criminal case in the interest of justice. You should follow through with your modification. Let me know if you have any questions.


I posted all the events near me with that court - every DDA, Attorney and Judge was worried as within 24 hours of my June 11th 2013 hearing this arson/murder occurred that thankfully was not my sons but given events down here and that I cannot get representation from the Contra Costa Bars Pro Bono or in fact I can't any attorney to work with me.  They tell me the truth - we already know about your story and know it's true.  Some are phishing for details some represent Seeno.  


Arrest History for the PC-270 Charges 

July 7th 2011 Arrested on my way to Hillside Covenant Church where I was supposed to meet Kieth Lynds who at the time was Hillside's youth director.  

Mar 26th 2012 by Officer Vessor Walnut Creek PD - that fucker was shaking 
Jan 20th 2013 - Arrested by the nicest bail agent who didn't believe me but we had fun ride.  I was released 2 hours after getting there - the mugged in Oroville CA
March 28th 2013 - arrested in Walnut Creek repeated that in writing in my modification of support.  nicely treated spent 3 days in Martinez then Oroville DA folks came and I told them everything - I 


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