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NCIS - The Navy Yard Shooting - my well documented stalking reports ignored

By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch EMAIL
Phone: 510-460-5641
Posted: 09/27/2013

Walnut Creek CA - About ten years ago my life turned upside down with a series of attacks which culminated with my truck being rigged for Arson then me being severely beaten.  That was ten years ago but you'd think it was over but think again as my person near me who's supported me with food, shelter and money was attacked in Walnut Creek CA along Walker Ave.  

He was mugged by four assailants and like many Walnut Creek Police investigations you never heard about it.  It was an attempted murder as four on one is planned and I suspect Walnut Creek Officers ensnared in the CNET Scandal and tragic Fatal Police shooting of Anthony Banta Jr. on December 26th 2012 was shot and killed.  There are other shootings in Walnut Creek that are similar to this one.  So far they've killed three persons employed by the Walnut Creek businesses and this resident attorney was beaten, his other attorneys offices burned down in 2001, a case investigated by the FBI but that little fact was not known to the Walnut Creek Police or Consolidated fire but I suspect the FBI pieced it together long before I did

The City Council is clueless but there are more cases of persons employed at Walnut Creek businesses being killed in truly odd circumstances.  The accident that claimed Charles Silverman's life on

Those victims are: 
12/26/2013 Anthony Banta Jr. killed by Walnut Creek Police employed as hairdresser and former Starbucks employee
2001 or 2000 - Antoine Watts Killed by WCPD - Former Nordstrom Employee 
2012-Summer killed in Lafayette CA in truly strange accident that one Patch poster called the look of terror -employed as Bartender at Havana 

1979 - Robert (last name eludes me) drowned in freak accident on River Road - I knew him because his attorney became my attorney for 15 years
1980 - owner of Silver Night Bar - found in west county (this is mystery one as not much info can be found) 

I have more names and dates coming but by October 2013 I hope that most of these pages will be managed by a CMS system I've designed found on

via products 



Obit: Charles Stephen Silverman Jan 5,1983 - Oct 7,2012

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

Reposted to Protect My Sons

Arson Murder - Magalia / Paradise CA
Related: Arson / Arson Murder By Accident
Walnut Creek CA: I never knew Chuck other than he probably served me at Havana Bar in Walnut Creek during the few times I was there.  The troubling part of this accident is that I know Lafayette Police deliberately ignored a lead but that's why Chief Eric Christiansen should be removed as he wasn't exactly helpful in one of the many attempts on my life.  

Charles Stephen Silverman
Jan 5,1983 - Oct 7,2012 
AKA- Chuck, Papa, Charlie, Charro, Chuckles
Charles was born in Walnut Creek, California. His life was cut short by a car accident on Sunday, October 7, 2012; He was 29 years old. He was a loving son and brother. Charles is survived by his parents, Ruby Silverman, Concord, CA, and Robert Silverman, Norwalk, CA; and his brother, Michael Silverman, Puyallup, WA. He lived most of his life in Contra Costa County and spent a few years in Santa Barbara. He was a graduate from Clayton Valley High School, Class of 2001. Charles loved to go boating with friends, play golf, chess, and words with friends, and watch his favorite team, the 49ers, play football. Charles was a practical joker at heart and would seize the opportunity to make people laugh. One of his favorite past times was playing poker, of which, he did very well. Charles was in great shape and took pride in his appearance. He made the decision to return to college to pursue a degree in Business. He was a fun and outgoing man with the best laugh and smile that could brighten up the room. He worked at Havana in Walnut Creek for many years as a server and bartender. He had many "regulars" who enjoyed his spectacular mojitos and company. Charles inspired everyone! - From his family and friends, to total strangers. His personality was charismatic and witty. He lived his life each day as a blessing and opportunity to create lasting memories. A celebration of Charles' life will be held on Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 2:00 pm, at Shadelands Art Center at 111 North Wiget, Walnut Creek, CA.

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