Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.
- Every day I do spend a moment, just a brief moment, reflecting on how sad this whole vigilante justice movement is. I can’t spend much time, because, like you, I can’t think of you as people. There was a man last night at Starbucks. He was so afraid that I would recognize him (he had pulled up beside my car and had his back to me. Afraid that I would get his plate, he barely gave his wife and child time to get out of the car before he careened out of the parking lot. What are you teaching your children? That giving someone a sentence without a trial is a good thing? As I say often in my car, “YOU ARE stomping on our justice system.
- Because my neighbor brought up the subject of marijuana, I am wondering what people have heard me “say”. Though if I said anything about harming another human it certainly was not with free will (or was recorded sound bytes – forensic audio exists to see if this has been done). I can only look up date rape drugs and wonder. Though I risk being seen as protesting too much. All I know is who I am. I have faith in who I am. Bypassing the justice system does not allow me to have whatever is out there examined. It can’t be committing a crime. It must be suspicion that I WILL commit a crime. It’s been nine months. Maybe you should get degrees in psychology.
- As I have said before, it makes absolutely no sense to keep pushing a person and expect the person not to react in a totally unpredictable way. I won’t. But, this is a dangerous game you play.
- Computer hacking: California Penal Code Section 502 et. seq. (Computer Crimes) An individual who accesses a computer, computer system, or computer network and alters, disrupts, deletes, destroys, or otherwise changes any part may be charged with a computer crime. Locked files put on, a Google Doc put on. My phone is a computer.
- Workplace Harassment: According to the Workplace Bullying Institute, workplace bullying is abusive conduct that takes the form of verbal abuse; threats, humiliation, or intimidation; or interference that prevents the target from getting work done (sabotage). Not illegal really at this point but:
- (Workplace) Bullying is illegal when it violates federal or state laws prohibiting discrimination and harassment in the workplace. These laws protect employees from harassment based on protected characteristics, such as race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability. If a workplace bully is targeting an employee based on a protected characteristic, that could qualify as illegal harassment. The employee would have a hostile work environment claim, if the unwelcome conduct is severe or pervasive enough that a reasonable person would find it to be offensive, hostile, or abusive
- Civ. Code § 45 defines libel as “a false and unprivileged publication by writing, printing, picture, effigy, or other fixed representation to the eye, which exposes any person to hatred, contempt, ridicule, or obloquy, or which causes him to be shunned or avoided, or which has a tendency to injure him in his occupation.” See Savage v. Pacific Gas & Elec. Co. (1993 There should not be anything here, but if it is unproven, taken out of context (see aggravated assault), created by someone and not verified………………………………. stimmel.law.com
- Slander is “a false and unprivileged publication, orally uttered,” that does one or more of the following:
- (1) “Charges any person with crime . . .” Civ. Code § 46(1).
- (2) “Tends directly to injure him in respect to his office, profession, trade or business, either by imputing to him general disqualification in those respects which the office or other occupation peculiarly requires, or by imputing something with reference to his office, profession, trade, or business that has a natural tendency to lessen its profits.” Civ. Code § 46(3).
- (3) “[B]y natural consequence, causes actual damage.” Civ. Code § 46(5).
- In contrast with libel, only certain types of oral statements are presumed injurious; to recover for any other utterances, actual damage must be pleaded and proved. If damage can be proved, e.g., discharge from employment, loss of opportunity for employment, loss of business customers or professional clients, etc., the action can be maintained. 5 Witkin, Summary of Cal. Law (10th ed. 2005) Torts, § 551, p. 807. stimmel-law.com
- Theft: Theft is the most basic of the three crimes. A theft occurs any time there in an unauthorized taking of property from another with the intent to permanently deprive that person of the property findlaw.com
- Burglary: The crime of burglary, though most often equated with theft, doesn’t actually require that a theft occur, or even be intended. Burglary is simply the unlawful entry into a structure, such as a home or business, with the intent to commit a crime inside. findlaw.com See Stalking: harassing or threatening. I think that includes cutting socks, laying out pants, anti diarrhea, and stomach meds in a bathroom (after stealing Effexor)
HP TABLET/COMPUTER; WORK COMPUTER (2012); EARRINGS; IPAD; SAMSUNG TABLET (2012); TOOK FOOD OUT BEFORE WEEKEND AND THEN PUT IT BACK; ENTERING MY SISTER’S HOUSE ON VELARDO DRIVE IN HUNTINGTON BEACH – PERSON DOWN THE BLOCK – INTERESTING WAY YOU BACKED UP TO GET GARBAGE CANS;
- The knots tied in the headset were put there by someone who works for Kaiser Permanente in Petaluma, CA. OR someone who works there allowed someone else to do this.
- Stalking-1.2. The Legal Definition of Stalking in California California stalking laws, considered among the toughest and most comprehensive in the nation, are defined in Penal Code 646.9. Stalking, in its simplest form, is repeatedly
- that you willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly followed … or willfully and maliciously harassed … another person,
- that you made a credible threat against that person, and
- that you did so with the specific intent to place that individual in reasonable fear for his/her safety or for the safety of his/her immediate family.12
The above can “just include acts that are meant to cause fear, annoy or threaten” http://www.shouselaw.com/stalking.html#1.2
- REENACTMENT FROM 2012 – Book title is: “Murder for Christmas”. On the bookcase was a very long strange leash like thing.
- Vandalism…..v.andalism under California Penal Code Section 594 PC is a serious criminal offense that covers a wide range of criminal activity and can result in extensive penalties for those convicted. In order to prove that a defendant committed vandalism, a prosecutor must be able to prove following elements:
- The defendant maliciously
- defaced property with graffiti or inscribed material
- or destroyed property
- AND The defendant did not own the property or have the owner’s consent, Someone acts maliciously when he or she intentionally does a wrongful act or when he or she acts with the unlawful intent to annoy or injure someone else. (I can’t prove it, but cutting the end off a zipper so that the zipper is not longer useful technically is vandalism, though I think most of this comes under stalking and slander or libel) https://www.losangelescriminallawyer.pro/california-penal-code-section-594-pc-vandalism.html FOG LAMPS – POLICE REPORT FILED
- The defendant maliciously
- Assault: Penal Code 240 assault is an action that may inflict physical harm or unwanted touching on someone else (putting something in someone’s medication one night), and
- Battery: Penal Code 242 battery is the actual infliction of force or violence on someone else. (just touching – to get to something even if it was just to gaslight) http://www.shouselaw.com/assault.html
- Stealing a controlled substance (Ambien) and other prescription medications (2012, 2013, 2016, 2017) Michael Breczinski |
Depends on the value of the drugs and where they where they were stolen from. If from a house maybe at least it could be a 4 year felony. Also the drugs may be controlled where it is illegal to possess them without a prescription.
Regarding the criminal justice process, perhaps the most important constitutional right is the right to due process.
This is guaranteed by the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution as well as by article 1, section 1, paragraph 1, of the Georgia Constitution.
You will often hear criminal defense lawyers protesting that the due process rights of their client are being ignored or violated. Frequently, persons accused of committing crimes are released on technical violations of their constitutional rights-very often, their right to due process.
Due process at its most elementary level includes the right to be heard. In other words, the accused has a right to a trial and a right to put up evidence, a right to cross-examine witnesses against him or her, a right to testify if he or she chooses, a right to make people come to court by issuing a subpoena, etc. These are very important rights and are generally classified as due process right
[Required Oath of Office ] San Francisco Sheriffs
” I, ___________________________, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of California against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of California; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties upon which I am about to enter
LAW ENFORCEMENT CODE OF ETHICS As a law enforcement officer, my fundamental duty is to serve the community; to safeguard lives and property,
To protect the innocent against deception,
The weak against oppression or intimidation,
And the peaceful against violence or disorder,
And to respect the Constitutional rights of all men to liberty,
equality and justice.
And that’s just the beginning. Later on it gets more difficult:
I will enforce the law courteously and appropriately without fear or favor, malice or ill will, never employing unnecessary force or violence and never accepting gratuities