Saturday, August 18, 2012

2016 - The Movie

Carol and I just saw the movie 2016 this afternoon. Despite virtually no advertising, most of the seats were full. At the end of the movie, the audience applauded! Americans clearly know more about the Batman Theater killer than they know about Barack Obama. Before you vote, watch this movie…



Dennis Prager’s
interviews Dinesh D’Souza and Gerald R. Molen, who explain why the book was written and produced as a documentary. It’s a must-see for anyone who votes in November.

Monday, July 25, 2011

Gumshoe Update

As readers may have noticed, I have not updated this website for a while and don't plan to anytime soon.
As I explained in my bio, I created this blog to discuss some of my cases and to post observations I've made as a private investigator and retired LAPD officer.
Everything changed after I posted this report and Gallo's Egg in 2008.  Like most Americans, I wasn't aware of the widespread corruption that permeates the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries.  I didn't know that the pharmaceutical industry has paid more than $9 billion since 2004 to settle thousands of criminal and civil cases related to the illegal marketing of drugs that kill or injure more than a million Americans EVERY YEAR.
I discovered that - like the LAPD - local, state and federal prosecutors are not interested in evidence that implicates industries that make huge political contributions to legislators who appoint industry regulators.  In this way, corrupt industries (i.e. finance, housing, healthcare and pharmaceuticals) own and control their own regulators, rendering the executive and legislative branches of government (and a large chunk of the judiciary) and the media entirely useless.
For this reason, I founded OMSJ to investigate individual cases of corruption.  So if you're looking for the latest info about what I'm up to, visit http://www.omsj.org/.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Dispatch from Egypt

An Egyptian friend named Nesreen - a beautiful woman and charm, business sense and a yearning for freedom - sent this message to us last Thursday from Cairo.  We've heard nothing since.

Poem on Freedom of Expression

I am the one you call "Freedom of expression"
Dying fast in an acquaintance, by hands of obsession


Love brought care
Care brought possession
While keeping the smiles between the cheeks
'Control' took over the possession


No choice, no word to say
Existence is always being kept at bay
Every few days, things come to hault
Battle starts again on who is at fault


Worst to add,
He didn't shower His blessings
Thousands around got one or two
Here, it always went missing


Nothing at help, I am still surviving
Raise your voice suggested a few
I continue keeping mum, 
As I know days won't get same as they were blue


I should be still happy
With what I have and Who I am
I loose and You always win
Has become an everyday game.


Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Norman Run Over by Car - SURVIVES!

Last week, our dauchshund/chihuahua mix went for a walk and got hit by a car.  (You'll see him on the center-left side of the video.)  He miraculously survived with only a few aches and scratches and made a full recovery!  Who says miracles don't happen?


Norman catches some zees with Nick...

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