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Bin Laden Bankers and Bechtel Corporation

The Contractors


note: Just before 9/11 Bin Laden Group were investing with Fremont Group which included Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation 



Back when Americans were still debating whether there was just cause for a preĆ«mptive strike against Iraq, few arguments were scrutinized more closely than the Bush Administration’s contention that there were covert links between Al Qaeda and Iraq. At the C.I.A., analysts pored over aerial satellite photographs. At the Treasury Department, experts sifted through financial records. At the National Security Agency, Arab-speaking linguists eavesdropped on phone conversations. But, even after Secretary of State Colin Powell put his credibility on the line, in a damning, dot-connecting speech before the United Nations last February, questions persisted about the solidity of the alleged links between Saddam and Osama.



Now there is a new and demonstrable connection, but it is not the kind that the Bush Administration had in mind. In fact, it is more likely to fuel the speculations of conspiracy theorists than it is to put their fears to rest. It turns out that a money trail runs—albeit rather circuitously—from the lucrative business of rebuilding Iraq to the fortune behind Osama bin Laden. Bin Laden’s estranged family, a sprawling, extraordinarily wealthy Saudi Arabian dynasty, is a substantial investor in a private equity firm founded by the Bechtel Group of San Francisco. Bechtel is also the global construction and engineering company to which the U.S. government recently awarded the first major multimillion-dollar contract to reconstruct war-ravaged Iraq. In a closed competitive bidding process, the United States Agency for International Development chose Bechtel to rebuild the major elements of Iraq’s infrastructure, including its roads, railroads, airports, hospitals, and schools, and its water and electrical systems. In the first phase of the contract, the U.S. government will pay Bechtel nearly thirty-five million dollars, but experts say that the cost is likely to reach six hundred and eighty million during the next year and a half.

When the contract was awarded, two weeks ago, the Administration did not mention that the bin Laden family has an ongoing relationship with Bechtel. The bin Ladens have a ten-million-dollar stake in the Fremont Group, a San Francisco-based company formerly called Bechtel Investments, which was until 1986 a subsidiary of Bechtel. The Fremont Group’s Web site, which makes no mention of the bin Ladens, notes that “though now independent, Fremont enjoys a close relationship with Bechtel.” A spokeswoman for the company confirmed that Fremont’s “majority ownership is the Bechtel family.” And a list of the corporate board of directors shows substantial overlap. Five of Fremont’s eight directors are also directors of Bechtel. One Fremont director, Riley Bechtel, is the chairman and chief executive officer of the Bechtel Group, and is a member of the Bush Administration: he was appointed this year to serve on the President’s Export Council. In addition, George Shultz, the Secretary of State in the Reagan Administration, serves as a director both of Fremont and of the Bechtel Group, where he once was president and still is listed as senior counsellor.

Rick Kopf, the general counsel of the Fremont Group, which manages some eleven billion dollars in assets, confirms that the bin Laden family invested about ten million dollars in one of Fremont’s private funds before September 11, 2001. He noted that the bin Laden family has not enlarged its stake since then, but he declined to provide additional details about its association with the firm. He also chose not to discuss the origin or the nature of the relationship between the bin Laden and Bechtel families, both of which made fortunes in huge construction projects in the Arab world. The Fremont Group evidently does not go in for connecting the dots. As Kopf said, “Ownership is private and is not disclosed.”

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Frank Doyle Jr. - The FBI Paid Hack that destroys life, limb and property

Frank Doyle Jr.

The 1990 Judi Bari Bombing

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Former PG&E Counsel Howard V. Golub

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PG&E: Feds allege utility violated terms of its criminal probation in the San Bruno explosion, judge sets hearing



SAN FRANCISCO — In another blow to embattled PG&E, federal
officials say the utility may have violated the terms of its probation
imposed after the deadly San Bruno pipeline explosion by failing to
reveal that it was being investigated for causing a fire and settling a
lawsuit over that and two other blazes.


Sometime in August 2004 while a member of Pack 36 Danville I explained to Judge Joel Golub my F-250 exploded on NB-680, then a month later I was severely beaten by Gary Vinson Collins, amazingly a building inspector for the Town of Danville.






Judge William Alsup ordered its lawyers to appear in court Jan. 30 to
answer to allegations filed by a federal probation officer in U.S.
District Court documents Wednesday.
Federal Probation Officer Jennifer Hutchings wrote in the filing that
the company did not report to its probation officer that it reached a
$1.5 million settlement with Butte County in October for its role in
causing three 2017 fires. It also did not report that it was being
criminally investigated by the District Attorney in one of those
blazes, dubbed the Honey Fire, for failure to properly trim trees near
its power lines. The criminal investigation was dropped and no charges
were filed.
“At no time did Pacific Gas and Electric Company report this
investigation by the Butte County District Attorney’s Office to the
probation office,” Hutchings wrote.
Alsup oversees the company’s criminal probation following its
conviction on six felonies related to the 2010 San Bruno explosion
killed eight people. In addition to fines and other penalties, in 2017,
then-U.S. District Judge Thelton Henderson placed the utility on five
years of probation, during which time it was ordered not to “commit
another federal, state, or local crime.”
In a separate filing Wednesday, Alsup proposed that he change
PG&E’s probation to force changes aimed at reducing “to zero the
number of wildfires caused by PG&E in 2019.”
“In light of PG&E’s history of falsification of inspection reports,
PG&E shall, between now and the 2019 Wildfire Season, re-inspect
all of its electrical grid and remove or trim all trees that could fall
onto its power lines, poles or equipment in high-wind conditions,” the
judge wrote.
He also said the company has to monitor its grid and wind conditions
“and may supply electricity only through those parts of its electrical
grid it has determined to be safe under the wind conditions then
prevailing.”
In a statement issued late Wednesday a PG&E spokesman, James
Noonan, said, “We are aware of Judge Alsup’s orders and are currently
reviewing. We are committed to complying with all rules and regulations
that apply to our work.”

In recent days, PG&E has said it is considering selling off its gas
division and replacing members of its board of directors as it
struggles with liabilities from the 2017 North Bay fire and the Camp
Fire in November that killed 86 people and devastated the Town of
Paradise. The price of its stock plummeted this week and company is
pondering a bankruptcy filing.
It has reported in regulatory findings that it is vastly underinsured
for the estimated $14 billion in liabilities it is facing over recent
wildfires.
A lawyer involved in the San Bruno case said aid she was both
surprised, but also not surprised that PG&E was found to not report
properly.
“It seems irresponsible for PG&E to not report any possible
violation of probation,” she said. “You’d think they’d be under high
alert … It would be the first thing a responsible corporation would
do,” said Attorney Britt Strottman, who represented the city of San
Bruno after the deadly explosion.
She said the judge should reopen the utility’s punishment.
“They probably should be re-sentenced,” said Strottman, a former San
Mateo prosecutor. “That might be the only way they learn their lesson.
A slap on the wrist will not change the culture of PG&E.”


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Deliver of the Maps during PG&E Meeting

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The Business Connection between Phil Anschutz and Larry Ellison - Only billionaire can buy from another Billionaire

The Business Connection between 
Philip Anschutz and Larry Ellison
The Connection Between Ian Murdock, Larry Ellison and Marc Benioff 

Bennett v. Southern Pacific was lost when witness Floyd Brown Jr. 



Phil Anschutz, America’s most reclusive billionaire, with his fingers in everything from international properties, to movies, to entertainment, is expected to start accepting bids on the sale of his Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG) at $10 billion and up. AEG is a major and very profitable part of the Anschutz Empire. He’s spent years putting together the conglomerate, which is now the world’s largest owner of sports teams, plus the stadiums they play in, including Los Angeles’ Staples Center, the home of the Lakers, as well as the Kings hockey team. AEG is also the world’s second largest promoter of live concerts and entertainment extravaganzas featuring such stars as Justin Bieber, Celine Dion, Taylor Swift, and Jennifer Lopez. He was even set to bring Michael Jackson back on his ill fated “This Is It” Tour.


Perhaps the most surprising aspect of the upcoming sale is that it would mean Anschutz’s relinquishing his ownership in six Major League Soccer teams, including the L.A Galaxy for which he personally wrote a check for the $500 million package it took to get David Beckham, along with Posh, on board. So, why is he prepared to give all that up for the sake of several billion dollars he doesn’t exactly need?

Based on his track record, even though Anschutz is 72, no one thinks for a minute he is looking to cash out. He has always had a plan, and quite often, this has involved liquidating an existing investment and swiftly moving into another opportunity. He spent years building the Union Pacific railroad, which he sold at a huge profit, while retaining the rights to build along the tracks. This allowed him to form Qwest Communications and build the first national all fiber optic network. He is a staunch fundamentalist Christian who started a movie company, Walden Media, to make wholesome family films. After several years of losing money, he produced “Ray,” the life story of Ray Charles, complete with drugs, sex, rock & roll—and ultimately redemption. It won two Oscars and made more than $75 million at the box office. You can never take what he is doing at face value, because when Anschutz puts a deal together, there are often wheels within wheels that only become clear later on.


Perhaps the key to the current mystery is that just over two weeks ago, Los Angeles City Council signed off on a deal with AEG worth more than $1 billion to build a downtown football stadium, which in turn, would hopefully attract a National Football League (NFL) franchise to the city. As is typical with most cities faced with the prospect of picking up a national team, Los Angeles had ignored its unhealthy budgetary situation and extended massive tax breaks and other pot sweeteners to have Anschutz sign off on the deal. To be fair, AEG informed the council it was putting itself up for sale a couple of days before the vote, and vaguely promised that the new owners would honor the deal. But by that time, the train was leaving the station and none of the council members wanted to miss that fun-filled NFL bar car.


The beauty of all this for Anschutz is that he upped the price of the company from the early estimates of $7 billion or so, to $10-billion-plus, and he no longer has to actually deliver a football team. That’s up to the new owners of AEG, meaning they are the poor saps who will have to live through an increasingly common affliction amongst builders of humungous, but empty, sports stadia… The Al Davis Syndrome. Named after the Oakland Raider’s long-time owner, Al Davis who used to shop the Raiders around to cities dumb enough to put up a couple of million for an exploratory meeting. Al would hit town, have the meeting, then leave town, obviously with the money. Irwindale, California, famous for its sand and gravel pits, became notorious in 1987 for establishing the “Al Davis Syndrome Record,” when they gave him $10 million for the privilege of a couple of brief meetings.


But just to prove that your average billionaire is as crazy as the next one, Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle, and the third richest man in America, is considering making a bid for AEG. Rumor has it; the big attraction will be moving that highly prized NFL team to Los Angeles. I mean, why not, he owns everything else. He’s the guy who shows you his new atomic-powered helicopter, which is parked on the deck of his new battleship sized yacht, which is moored at his new island. Ellison recently cashed out some Oracle shares for a total of $4.3 billion and told CNBC that the money was for “just in case I go shopping and something catches my eye.”


For what it’s worth, my bet is that Anschutz has something truly ambitious cooking, even by his standards, and needs the mountain of cash this sale would generate. He has never taken on major debt and wouldn’t start now. Because of his right-wing politics, religious beliefs, and prior experience in entertainment and communications, could we be looking at the founding of a new TV/digital/internet/social channel whose express purpose would be the propagation of the beliefs Anschutz holds dear?

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Theranos to Bin Laden to Murders of Witnesses in Bennett v. Southern Pacific







Dept. of Connections May 5, 2003 Issue
The Contractors
By Jane Mayer


 






Back when Americans were still debating whether there was just cause for a preĆ«mptive strike against Iraq, few arguments were scrutinized more closely than the Bush Administration’s contention that there were covert links between Al Qaeda and Iraq. At the C.I.A., analysts pored over aerial satellite photographs. At the Treasury Department, experts sifted through financial records. At the National Security Agency, Arab-speaking linguists eavesdropped on phone conversations. But, even after Secretary of State Colin Powell put his credibility on the line, in a damning, dot-connecting speech before the United Nations last February, questions persisted about the solidity of the alleged links between Saddam and Osama.


Now there is a new and demonstrable connection, but it is not the kind that the Bush Administration had in mind. In fact, it is more likely to fuel the speculations of conspiracy theorists than it is to put their fears to rest. It turns out that a money trail runs—albeit rather circuitously—from the lucrative business of rebuilding Iraq to the fortune behind Osama bin Laden. Bin Laden’s estranged family, a sprawling, extraordinarily wealthy Saudi Arabian dynasty, is a substantial investor in a private equity firm founded by the Bechtel Group of San Francisco. Bechtel is also the global construction and engineering company to which the U.S. government recently awarded the first major multimillion-dollar contract to reconstruct war-ravaged Iraq. In a closed competitive bidding process, the United States Agency for International Development chose Bechtel to rebuild the major elements of Iraq’s infrastructure, including its roads, railroads, airports, hospitals, and schools, and its water and electrical systems. In the first phase of the contract, the U.S. government will pay Bechtel nearly thirty-five million dollars, but experts say that the cost is likely to reach six hundred and eighty million during the next year and a half.


When the contract was awarded, two weeks ago, the Administration did not mention that the bin Laden family has an ongoing relationship with Bechtel. The bin Ladens have a ten-million-dollar stake in the Fremont Group, a San Francisco-based company formerly called Bechtel Investments, which was until 1986 a subsidiary of Bechtel. The Fremont Group’s Web site, which makes no mention of the bin Ladens, notes that “though now independent, Fremont enjoys a close relationship with Bechtel.” A spokeswoman for the company confirmed that Fremont’s “majority ownership is the Bechtel family.” And a list of the corporate board of directors shows substantial overlap. Five of Fremont’s eight directors are also directors of Bechtel. One Fremont director, Riley Bechtel, is the chairman and chief executive officer of the Bechtel Group, and is a member of the Bush Administration: he was appointed this year to serve on the President’s Export Council. In addition, George Shultz, the Secretary of State in the Reagan Administration, serves as a director both of Fremont and of the Bechtel Group, where he once was president and still is listed as senior counsellor.


Rick Kopf, the general counsel of the Fremont Group, which manages some eleven billion dollars in assets, confirms that the bin Laden family invested about ten million dollars in one of Fremont’s private funds before September 11, 2001. He noted that the bin Laden family has not enlarged its stake since then, but he declined to provide additional details about its association with the firm. He also chose not to discuss the origin or the nature of the relationship between the bin Laden and Bechtel families, both of which made fortunes in huge construction projects in the Arab world. The Fremont Group evidently does not go in for connecting the dots. As Kopf said, “Ownership is private and is not disclosed.”






The burial of Nathaniel greenan son of Attorney James greenan who represented Contra Costa County, in the matter of Contra Costa County versus Chevron where are the County dumps Millions. Nate was in Vinny's Bar in Concord in March of 2012 just days before I was arrested and jailed where Chief Wenzel formerly of Danville was commander of the jail The Mormon news is the people standing in this picture of Mormon, the chief of Danville is Mormon the Mormons controlled DEA Mark Peterson convicted o perjury, the connection between Michael Peterson and his Russian connections likely lead to Pavolo Lazerenko defended by Daniel Horowitz, who wants to send it attorney William McCann in connection to the 500 La Gonda way legal dispute with developer Sid Correy. This dispute brings in Bill Tauscher, Ellen Tauscher friends of Hillary Clinton, Blackhawk Network's, Safeway CEO Steve Burd who knows attorney Rick Kopf from when they work totogether add Southern Pacific which makes Steve burd privy to Bennett versus Southern Pacific where my witness was murdered. Anything out of Safeway's mouth from this point forward is a lie and that extends to Fremont Group in San Francisco desperately pedaling backwards to overturn the past.







This is my karaoke friend her name is Sarah Hoda she was burned alive in the Ghost Ship fire or died of smoke inhalation what a coincidence that my beautiful friend who would stop and listen to me play music in the streets of Walnut Creek Harrison of fire across the street from the transaction control by CB Richard Ellis. They are filing murder charges on the wrong people and I intend to raise that at an Oakland city council meeting in the near future. I'm in arson victim and I can sniff out scams because I also know about Real Estate Investment Trust, shopping centers, tenant improvement work, and unfortunately for the money make people I also know them. After well-over one hundred police reports where police officers known for me have been arrested indicted and convicted from everything from abusive Authority Under color of Law and murder it's time for me to speak out. I found a great way to stay alive after appearing on CNN, ABC, NBC and PBS, after and during poison and bacteria, assault and battery and arson why not speak up we actually through the people that were trying to kill me off my tail to their lawyer's office seeking a way to stay out of jail. for those reading this veteran public office, DEA investigators, police officers in multiple cities and Country Costa and surrounding counties this is your wake-up call, keep yourself from being dragged into the conspiracy and getting f*****, smart up fess up and tell me who tried to kill me in 2004, who put the bacteria or poison in my food, and where did the iodine-131 come from.







Former location of main frame designs cabinets and fixtures a vendor to Chevron, Safeway, Fresh Choice, Wendy's and Contra Costa County College District The matter of Bennett vs Southern Pacific created a situation where operatives coming from Southern Pacific Police Department, Southern Pacific, and the assets of Southern Pacific pipeline partners that part indelibly linked Enron Corporation which leads to the sale of Enron assets to Kinder Morgan, we're in 2004 in Walnut Creek California a pipeline exploded killing five.
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The Country Club Murders, Ghost Ship Fire, Oakland Hills Fire, The Caldecott Tunnel Fire

The Country Club Murders


 Ghost Ship Fire


Oakland Hills Fire


The Caldecott Tunnel Fire


Safeway, Southern Pacific, IRS and San Francisco Police

The Murder Cover-up of Bennett v. Southern Pacific

I know how the connections between Ernie Scherer Jr., Southern Pacific and Safeway.  In between there are other murders mostly in the SF East Bay or Bay Area in general.  



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Former PG&E General Counsel Howard V. Golub - kidnapper


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Former PG&E General Counsel Howard V. Golub

Rest assured it was a inside job leading to other deadly explosions

PG&E: Feds allege utility violated terms of its criminal probation in the San Bruno explosion, judge sets hearing

SAN FRANCISCO — In another blow to embattled PG&E, federal officials say the utility may have violated the terms of its probation imposed after the deadly San Bruno pipeline explosion by failing to reveal that it was being investigated for causing
a fire and settling a lawsuit over that and two other blazes.
Judge William Alsup ordered its lawyers to appear in court Jan. 30 to answer to allegations filed by a federal probation officer in U.S. District Court documents Wednesday.
Federal Probation Officer Jennifer Hutchings wrote in the filing that the company did not report to its probation officer that it reached a $1.5 million settlement with Butte County in October for its role in causing three 2017 fires. It also did not
report that it was being criminally investigated by the District Attorney in one of those blazes, dubbed the Honey Fire, for failure to properly trim trees near its power lines. The criminal investigation was dropped and
no charges were filed.
“At no time did Pacific Gas and Electric Company report this investigation by the Butte County District Attorney’s Office to the probation office,” Hutchings wrote.
Alsup oversees the company’s criminal probation following its conviction on six felonies related to the 2010 San Bruno explosion killed eight people. In addition to fines and other penalties, in 2017, then-U.S. District Judge Thelton Henderson placed
the utility on five years of probation, during which time it was ordered not to “commit another federal, state, or local crime.”
In a separate filing Wednesday, Alsup proposed that he change PG&E’s probation to force changes aimed at reducing “to zero the number of wildfires caused by PG&E in 2019.”
“In light of PG&E’s history of falsification of inspection reports, PG&E shall, between now and the 2019 Wildfire Season, re-inspect all of its electrical grid and remove or trim all trees that could fall onto its power lines, poles or equipment
in high-wind conditions,” the judge wrote.
He also said the company has to monitor its grid and wind conditions “and may supply electricity only through those parts of its electrical grid it has determined to be safe under the wind conditions then prevailing.”
In a statement issued late Wednesday a PG&E spokesman, James Noonan, said, “We are aware of Judge Alsup’s orders and are currently reviewing. We are committed to complying with all rules and regulations that apply to our work.”
In recent days, PG&E has said it is considering selling off its gas division and replacing members of its board of directors as it struggles with liabilities from the 2017 North Bay fire and the Camp Fire in November that killed 86 people and devastated
the Town of Paradise. The price of its stock plummeted this week and company is pondering a bankruptcy filing.
It has reported in regulatory findings that it is vastly underinsured for the estimated $14 billion in liabilities it is facing over recent wildfires.
A lawyer involved in the San Bruno case said aid she was both surprised, but also not surprised that PG&E was found to not report properly.
“It seems irresponsible for PG&E to not report any possible violation of probation,” she said. “You’d think they’d be under high alert … It would be the first thing a responsible corporation would do,” said Attorney Britt Strottman, who represented
the city of San Bruno after the deadly explosion.
She said the judge should reopen the utility’s punishment.
“They probably should be re-sentenced,” said Strottman, a former San Mateo prosecutor. “That might be the only way they learn their lesson. A slap on the wrist will not change the culture of PG&E.”


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Deliver of the Maps during PG&E Meeting

Placed via external drive provided by PG& Pete Bennett's laptop by Ravenel Enterprises SVP Paul Reddit. Meeting Location: Pacific Gas & Electric Company Address: 1850 Gateway Blvd Fl 6, Concord, CA 94520 Phone: (800) 743-5000

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PG&E Insider Terrorism - Cash Out or Shout Out

Be sure bookmark these recent pages on Accenture, Wells Fargo, Symantec, and Fremont Group linked to Bennett v. Southern Pacific.

I am publishing pieces of a 30 years old murder puzzle connected to Southern Pacific Transportation, Southern Pacific Pipeline Partners, Kinder Morgan, President Bush, Chevron, Wells Fargo, Bank of America and the surreal connection to a Data Breach capable of killing millions while simultaneously capable of destroying one of the most important economies in the world - Northern California

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Suspected Corruption Investigation at the City of Pittsburg




Sometime prior to 2001, Huppert began working with the FBI on an investigation into suspected corruption within the PPD. While he does not disclose what assistance he gave to the FBI, he does claim that this work was “outside [his] duties as a member of the PPD.” Then, in January 2001, his superior, William Zbacnik, informed Huppert that he would be transferred to “Code Enforcement,” also known as the “Strategic Operations Bureau.”   He was officially transferred in June 2001, and was sent to a building known within the PPD as the “Penal Colony,” because “disaffected and/or disfavored officers were assigned there.”   Huppert's new supervisor, William Hendricks (“Hendricks”), informed him that he had been sent to the “Penal Colony” because Baker wanted Hendricks to find a way to fire him.   Huppert's new office at the “Penal Colony” was a “tiny converted bathroom without computer access,” and even though he was assigned to investigate gang-related activity, the building was not equipped with the proper secured areas needed for his investigations.   During the six-month period between January and June 2001, Huppert was not permitted to work overtime.
Salgado joined the force in 1995 and was, for the majority of his tenure, a detective.   In September 2001, he was assigned to the “Strategic Operations Bureau” as Huppert's partner.   Baker assigned both of them to investigate suspected corruption at the local City-owned golf course, but told them not to inform Hendricks of this assignment.   The investigation “revealed improper conduct by members of the PPD, including gambling, accepting free golf, and possible illegal drug activity.”   After only two interviews, Baker commanded that Huppert and Salgado cease the investigation.   Once they informed Hendricks, he encouraged them to continue investigating and informed Baker that Huppert and Salgado were still looking into corruption at the golf course.   Hendricks also informed the FBI that he believed there was a major gambling operation on-going at the golf course.
Huppert claims that while Baker told them not to memorialize their findings, they drafted a report at the conclusion of their inquiry and directed it to Baker and the Pittsburg City Manager.   The report “included a finding that defendant Zbacnik had accepted thousands of dollars in gratuities and other illegal perks.”   However, following the report, Baker took no action against Zbacnik, and instead deemed Zbacnik's actions a “training issue.”
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Felony Assault Pete Bennett v. Cypress Security / Contra Costa Public Library





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  • striking or threatening to strike a person with a weapon or dangerous object. 
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  • assault or battery with the intent to commit another felony crime such as robbery or rape. 
  • assault or battery resulting in serious... 
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Mainframe Designs Cabinets and Fixtures and his former client PG&E (1981 to 1987)

Mainframe Designs Cabinets and Fixtures

Pete Bennett founded his cabinet business around 1979 in his small garage in Pleasant Hill CA. The shop survived with plenty of bumps and setbacks until 1989. The shop folded when FBI Agent Frank Doyle Jr. arrived explaining he was unable to protect me.


Of course I believed him as my left hand had just been shattered.



Mainframe Designs Cabinets and Fixtures
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former site of cabinet shop owned by Pete Bennett plaintiff in the Matter of Bennett verus Southern Pacific, Contra Costa County (1987)


1989 ~ The Hand Injury
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former site of cabinet shop owned by Pete Bennett plaintiff in the Matter of Bennett versus Southern Pacific, Contra Costa County (1987)



1987 ~ The Head Trauma and related injuries

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One beautiful morning on or about August 27, 1987, Pete Bennett needed to send fax. One of his restaurant designer customers was just around the the corner allowed free use of their fax as in 1987,  fax machines were expensive. 

Just a few hundred feet on a my touring bike became a life changing event.




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FBI Director Mueller, Ukraine and FBI Agent Frank Doyle Jr.



Editor Notes:

Relevance #1: Frank Doyle Jr. first contact 1989, Pittsburg CA
Relevance #2: In the Matter of Bennett v. Southern Pacific, witness Floyd Brown Jr. murdered
Relevance #3: Doyle operated the West Coast Bomb School
Relevance #4: Pete Bennett former resident of Danville CA is arson/bombing victim
Relevance #5: Pavel Lazarenko and Ukrainian businessman Peter KiritchenkoKey People
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FBI Agent Frank Doyle Jr.

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The Other Explosions

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The Murder Trilogy

Endlessly documented events of indifference and lies.
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The Nordstrom Murders

My first real date with Alicia Driscoll and her daughter was a simple June picnic at her house on Norris Road. Just another Contra Costa County Murder Suicide.
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A Contra Costa Times Murder Link

Contra Costa Times TriValley knows the Alamo 1st Mormons who stole my legal file mid-December 2004. He was well informed of the near fatal Bennett v. Collins incident and full knowledge of the truck arson prior the Kinder Morgan explosion that killed five in November 2004. The failure leads upstream to Contra Costa District Attorney Mark Peterson (Purjury)
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PG&E Events Tracker (Beta)


September 9, 2010

On the evening of September 9, 2010, a suburb of San Francisco, San Bruno, California,

October 2017 Northern California Wildfires

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Campfire Butte County

2012

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