The Anatomy of Public Corruption

Dennis Sandoval -56-year-old man killed after car plunges into canal

The Man in the Canal

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Pittsburg CA:

Man speaks out against BART in November 2013 and is dead by April 2nd, 2014. I know that it's another Cold Case County accident where residents like Bennett who speak out are nearly killed in Walnut Creek crosswalks, that his friends like Kellie Reed or his attorneys brother in-law are killed and damn even when Bennett's truck exploded on the Freeway nothing -

I have witnesses and they are Mormon's that are friends with Supervisor Anderson who knows James Greenan where they happily drink that Mormon Swill known as Kool-Aid and Jello -

More to come
Just kinda of weird
When speaking up on BART issues you should be careful as someone might pull a Sandoval on you.
Dennis Sandoval , 56, of Pittsburg has been riding BART for four decades, and he is fed up by the two strikes and ongoing labor dispute, in which the transit agency board is refusing to ratify the tentative contract because of a family medical leave section it says was accidentally included.
"The state should take over the entire operation," he said, questioning whether either BART management or its unions are taking commuters into consideration.
"The voice of the commuters, the hundreds of thousands of people who ride BART every day, is not being heard at the negotiation table," he said. "What about us?"
Trost said the transit agency's priority is its riders and that it tries to keep them informed of potential or actual shutdowns, whether caused by strike, computer failures or someone or something on the tracks.

Pro Bono Attorney or Legal Representation

Please accept my highly unusual approach in reaching out for counsel. The type of firm doesn't matter nor does your field of expertise this email is desperate plea for legal representation, repeated violation of my civil right, attack on the court, officers of the court and redlining of litigant to homelessness.

In 2004 I was attacked and beaten in Danville CA, a month earlier my truck was rigged for arson and exploded on 680 nearly burning me alive. You won't find a police report for the fire nor will you find a police report for the July 20th 2011 hit and run in Lafayette CA where once again my car was destroyed.

2005- Mid Year Beat the Attorney

Be Well Prepared

After that accident it was clear someone was after me. In June 2011 the FBI arrested Danville Police Officer Stephen Tanabe, Steve was in my cubscout den, he was in my house often and knew I carried nearly a million of life insurance payable to my then wife and sons.

The PG&E Internal Conspiracy 
During Spring / Summer of 2011 I was working for PG&E developing software connected to the deadly PG&E San Bruno Pipeline Explosion

 but the previous fall I had a PG&E Engineer standing my for former offices next to a retired San Francisco Police Officer Lt. David Oberhoffer. Oberhoffer is a well known entity to East Bay Police officers but there is another side that places him close to numerous fires and incidents. Oberhoffer was in my offices with PG&E High Performance Engineer Hugh Smith just days after the PG&E San Bruno Fire

Crime victims are entitled to justice and due process. Their rights include, but are not limited to, the right to notice and to be heard during critical stages of the justice system; the right to receive restitution from the criminal wrongdoer; the right to be reasonably safe throughout the justice process; the right to expect the government to properly fund the criminal justice system, so that the rights of crime victims stated in these Findings and Declarations and justice itself are not eroded by inadequate resources; and, above all, the right to an expeditious and just punishment of the criminal wrongdoer.

Letter to State Attorney General Offices

Sent to the SAG


I live in Contra Costa County and I have a target on my back the persons carrying the badges are the ones I have to worry about.  I have had so many murders near me, so many attempts to harm me, my family and my friends I no longer believe the court system in this county is able to function.

I appear in a public forum and the next few months persons near my complaints were murdered.

Following has happened to me
2004 Beating and hospitalization by Danville Building Inspector,
2004 My truck exploded from an arson
2005 Poisoning Event - near fatal event
2005 Tainted medicine
2007 Hospitalization for bizarre infections
2007 Attacked by different inspector
2008 Cars vandalized
2010 Business Targeted by Police Offices
2011 FBI Arrests Commander Wielsch -Butler
that would your employee
2013 Mugging in Oroville
2011 car totaled in Hit and Run Lafayette Chief won't investigate, once dated ex-wife - attempted murder -
2012 Laptop Stolen with PG&E data now part of domestic terrorism case
2013 Roommate beaten and hospitalized
2013 Nearly killed in Crosswalk
2012 Brother in-law of divorce attorney murdered
2005 Former Attorney mugged in Walnut Creek
2001 Former Attorney offices hit by arsonist
2012 Friend murdered
2012 Friend dies in Suspicious Fire

2014 Friend Murdered - Bartender
2012 Music Friend Murdered - nephew of former State Senator
2014 Music Friend Murdered - Local Bartender

2014 Friend Murdered

This is just the recent stuff


Butler-o-rama no drama Butler gets 1 year knocked off from Sentence

(04-28) 21:08 PDT SAN FRANCISCO --Christopher Butler, the former private investigator convicted of framing men for drunken-driving arrests, selling drugs and opening a brothel as part of the "Dirty DUI" scandal, had a year shaved from his federal sentence Monday because he had cooperated with prosecutors.
In a one-page order, U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer in San Francisco said he was reducing Butler's sentence from eight to seven years at the request of the U.S. Attorney's Office. The judge didn't elaborate.
Butler's attorney, William Gagen, said Monday, however, that his client was eligible for a reduced sentence because he had agreed to testify against two other defendants in the case.
"It is good news," Gagen said. "A person is benefited in the eyes of the government if they accept responsibility and, in the course of that acceptance of responsibility, they are truthful about the participation of others."
Butler, 52, is serving time at Englewood, a low-security federal prison in Littleton, Colo.
Butler had testified for the prosecution against former Contra Costa County sheriff's Deputy Stephen Tanabe.
Tanabe was sentenced to a year and three months in prison after being convicted of charges that he accepted a pistol from Butler in exchange for arresting two men who the private investigator had baited into driving drunk.
Butler, a former Antioch police officer, was also prepared to testify against San Ramon divorce attorney Mary Nolan, but she pleaded guilty to tax evasion and hiring Butler to plant a listening device in a car of a client's ex-husband. She was sentenced to two years in federal prison.
Butler and Norman Wielsch, the former commander of an elite county narcotics task force, were the masterminds of a corruption scheme involving several other law-enforcement officers. Wielsch was sentenced to 14 years in federal prison after being convicted of stealing narcotics from evidence lockers and trying to sell them back on the street.
Henry K. Lee is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. E-mail: Twitter: @henryklee


The Catastrophic Business Model

The Catastrophic Business Model Where the Attorneys Always Win


Custody of Bennett's Laptop from my Hands to Hillside Covenant Church to Domestic Terrorists

Seems like Hillside Covenant Church wants to hide.


The Metcalf Event: Assault on California Power Station Raises Alarm on Potential for Terrorism

 Custody of Bennett's Laptop
PG&E Software Sub-Contractor alleges PG&E data breach was well prepared and planned domestic terrorism event linked to several events involving the theft of his laptop beginning in July 2011 in Walnut Creek CA
When Bennett was hired for PG&E in March 2011 it was too good to be true, he was homeless seeking a job but instead he discovers links to his PG&R project to persons standing in his offices days after the PG&E fire that killed eight in 2010 but as research progressed discovers links between his 2004 Arson fire and Walnut Creek CA Broadway Extensions Pipeline Explosion known locally as the Kinder Morgan Fire.  When Bennett discovers the link between Alicia Driscoll (The Driscoll Murders) and the heavy equipment operator for Mountain Cascade it was clear the original fire investigation might be flawed.  
A critical leg to the story occurred on July 7th 2011 with the arrest of Bennett but more important how that arrest links to the Walnut Creek Bomb Squad and the Benny Chetcuti Jr. US Grand Jury Indictment. which links to Regional Parking who towed Bennett's truck off who happens to be partnered with Chetcuti whose sister is married to Chris Butler convicted for his role in the Dirty DUI Story who happens to know Bennett's former Danville who knows the Mormons who are suspects in Bennett's truck arson fire which precedes the 2004 Pipeline fire by 90 days but there is no police report even though there were police officers on-scene.  
Does anyone believe that this is possible?  You should because it happened but fortunately the FBI investigated another arson fire connected to Bennett's other attorney where Chetcuti,Butler, Wielsch and others know the commercial property owner whose is listed on Chetcuti's bankruptcy petition.  At this point I'd say that Chetcuti and Butler are arsonists. 

SAN JOSE, Calif.—The attack began just before 1 a.m. on April 16 last year, when someone slipped into an underground vault not far from a busy freeway and cut telephone cables.
Within half an hour, snipers opened fire on a nearby electrical substation. Shooting for 19 minutes, they surgically knocked out 17 giant transformers that funnel power to Silicon Valley. A minute before a police car arrived, the shooters disappeared into the night.
A sniper attack in April that knocked out an electrical substation near San Jose, Calif., has raised fears that the country's power grid is vulnerable to terrorism. WSJ's Rebecca Smith has the details. Photo: Talia Herman for The Wall Street Journal
With over 160,000 miles of transmission lines, the U.S. power grid is designed to handle natural and man-made disasters, as well as fluctuations in demand. How does the system work? WSJ's Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer.
To avoid a blackout, electric-grid officials rerouted power around the site and asked power plants in Silicon Valley to produce more electricity. But it took utility workers 27 days to make repairs and bring the substation back to life.
Nobody has been arrested or charged in the attack at PG&E Corp.'s PCG +0.73%Metcalf transmission substation. It is an incident of which few Americans are aware. But one former federal regulator is calling it a terrorist act that, if it were widely replicated across the country, could take down the U.S. electric grid and black out much of the country.
The attack was "the most significant incident of domestic terrorism involving the grid that has ever occurred" in the U.S., said Jon Wellinghoff, who was chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission at the time.
The Wall Street Journal assembled a chronology of the Metcalf attack from filings PG&E made to state and federal regulators; from other documents including a video released by the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department; and from interviews, including with Mr. Wellinghoff.
The 64-year-old Nevadan, who was appointed to FERC in 2006 by President George W. Bush and stepped down in November, said he gave closed-door, high-level briefings to federal agencies, Congress and the White House last year. As months have passed without arrests, he said, he has grown increasingly concerned that an even larger attack could be in the works. He said he was going public about the incident out of concern that national security is at risk and critical electric-grid sites aren't adequately protected.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation doesn't think a terrorist organization caused the Metcalf attack, said a spokesman for the FBI in San Francisco. Investigators are "continuing to sift through the evidence," he said.
Some people in the utility industry share Mr. Wellinghoff's concerns, including a former official at PG&E, Metcalf's owner, who told an industry gathering in November he feared the incident could have been a dress rehearsal for a larger event.
"This wasn't an incident where Billy-Bob and Joe decided, after a few brewskis, to come in and shoot up a substation," Mark Johnson, retired vice president of transmission for PG&E, told the utility security conference, according to a video of his presentation. "This was an event that was well thought out, well planned and they targeted certain components." When reached, Mr. Johnson declined to comment further.
A spokesman for PG&E said the company takes all incidents seriously but declined to discuss the Metcalf event in detail for fear of giving information to potential copycats. "We won't speculate about the motives" of the attackers, added the spokesman, Brian Swanson. He said PG&E has increased security measures.
Utility executives and federal energy officials have long worried that the electric grid is vulnerable to sabotage. That is in part because the grid, which is really three systems serving different areas of the U.S., has failed when small problems such as trees hitting transmission lines created cascading blackouts. One in 2003 knocked out power to 50 million people in the Eastern U.S. and Canada for days.
Many of the system's most important components sit out in the open, often in remote locations, protected by little more than cameras and chain-link fences.
Transmission substations are critical links in the grid. They make it possible for electricity to move long distances, and serve as hubs for intersecting power lines.
Within a substation, transformers raise the voltage of electricity so it can travel hundreds of miles on high-voltage lines, or reduce voltages when electricity approaches its destination. The Metcalf substation functions as an off-ramp from power lines for electricity heading to homes and businesses in Silicon Valley.
The country's roughly 2,000 very large transformers are expensive to build, often costing millions of dollars each, and hard to replace. Each is custom made and weighs up to 500,000 pounds, and "I can only build 10 units a month," said Dennis Blake, general manager of Pennsylvania Transformer in Pittsburgh, one of seven U.S. manufacturers. The utility industry keeps some spares on hand.
A 2009 Energy Department report said that "physical damage of certain system components (e.g. extra-high-voltage transformers) on a large scale…could result in prolonged outages, as procurement cycles for these components range from months to years."
Mr. Wellinghoff said a FERC analysis found that if a surprisingly small number of U.S. substations were knocked out at once, that could destabilize the system enough to cause a blackout that could encompass most of the U.S.
Not everyone is so pessimistic. Gerry Cauley, chief executive of the North America Electric Reliability Corp., a standards-setting group that reports to FERC, said he thinks the grid is more resilient than Mr. Wellinghoff fears.
"I don't want to downplay the scenario he describes," Mr. Cauley said. "I'll agree it's possible from a technical assessment." But he said that even if several substations went down, the vast majority of people would have their power back in a few hours.
The utility industry has been focused on Internet attacks, worrying that hackers could take down the grid by disabling communications and important pieces of equipment. Companies have reported 13 cyber incidents in the past three years, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of emergency reports utilities file with the federal government. There have been no reports of major outages linked to these events, although companies have generally declined to provide details.
"A lot of people in the electric industry have been distracted by cybersecurity threats," said Stephen Berberich, chief executive of the California Independent System Operator, which runs much of the high-voltage transmission system for the utilities. He said that physical attacks pose a "big, if not bigger" menace.
There were 274 significant instances of vandalism or deliberate damage in the three years, and more than 700 weather-related problems, according to the Journal's analysis.
Until the Metcalf incident, attacks on U.S. utility equipment were mostly linked to metal thieves, disgruntled employees or bored hunters, who sometimes took potshots at small transformers on utility poles to see what happens. (Answer: a small explosion followed by an outage.)
Last year, an Arkansas man was charged with multiple attacks on the power grid, including setting fire to a switching station. He has pleaded not guilty and is undergoing a psychiatric evaluation, according to federal court records.
Overseas, terrorist organizations were linked to 2,500 attacks on transmission lines or towers and at least 500 on substations from 1996 to 2006, according to a January report from the Electric Power Research Institute, an industry-funded research group, which cited State Department data.
An attack on a PG&E substation near San Jose, Calif., in April knocked out 17 transformers like this one.Talia Herman for The Wall Street Journal
To some, the Metcalf incident has lifted the discussion of serious U.S. grid attacks beyond the theoretical. "The breadth and depth of the attack was unprecedented" in the U.S., said Rich Lordan, senior technical executive for the Electric Power Research Institute. The motivation, he said, "appears to be preparation for an act of war."
The attack lasted slightly less than an hour, according to the chronology assembled by the Journal.
At 12:58 a.m., AT&T fiber-optic telecommunications cables were cut—in a way that made them hard to repair—in an underground vault near the substation, not far from U.S. Highway 101 just outside south San Jose. It would have taken more than one person to lift the metal vault cover, said people who visited the site.
Nine minutes later, some customers of Level 3 Communications, an Internet service provider, lost service. Cables in its vault near the Metcalf substation were also cut.
At 1:31 a.m., a surveillance camera pointed along a chain-link fence around the substation recorded a streak of light that investigators from the Santa Clara County Sheriff's office think was a signal from a waved flashlight. It was followed by the muzzle flash of rifles and sparks from bullets hitting the fence.
The substation's cameras weren't aimed outside its perimeter, where the attackers were. They shooters appear to have aimed at the transformers' oil-filled cooling systems. These began to bleed oil, but didn't explode, as the transformers probably would have done if hit in other areas.
About six minutes after the shooting started, PG&E confirms, it got an alarm from motion sensors at the substation, possibly from bullets grazing the fence, which is shown on video.
Four minutes later, at 1:41 a.m., the sheriff's department received a 911 call about gunfire, sent by an engineer at a nearby power plant that still had phone service.
Riddled with bullet holes, the transformers leaked 52,000 gallons of oil, then overheated. The first bank of them crashed at 1:45 a.m., at which time PG&E's control center about 90 miles north received an equipment-failure alarm.
Five minutes later, another apparent flashlight signal, caught on film, marked the end of the attack. More than 100 shell casings of the sort ejected by AK-47s were later found at the site.
At 1:51 a.m., law-enforcement officers arrived, but found everything quiet. Unable to get past the locked fence and seeing nothing suspicious, they left.
A PG&E worker, awakened by the utility's control center at 2:03 a.m., arrived at 3:15 a.m. to survey the damage.
Grid officials routed some power around the substation to keep the system stable and asked customers in Silicon Valley to conserve electricity.
In a news release, PG&E said the substation had been hit by vandals. It has since confirmed 17 transformers were knocked out.
Mr. Wellinghoff, then chairman of FERC, said that after he heard about the scope of the attack, he flew to California, bringing with him experts from the Joint Warfare Analysis Center in Dahlgren, Va. After walking the site with PG&E officials and FBI agents, Mr. Wellinghoff said, the military experts told him it looked like a professional job.
In addition to fingerprint-free shell casings, they pointed out small piles of rocks, which they said could have been left by an advance scout to tell the attackers where to get the best shots.
"They said it was a targeting package just like they would put together for an attack," Mr. Wellinghoff said.
Mr. Wellinghoff, now a law partner at Stoel Rives LLP in San Francisco, said he arranged a series of meetings in the following weeks to let other federal agencies, including the Department of Homeland Security, know what happened and to enlist their help. He held a closed-door meeting with utility executives in San Francisco in June and has distributed lists of things utilities should do to strengthen their defenses.
A spokesman for Homeland Security said it is up to utilities to protect the grid. The department's role in an emergency is to connect federal agencies and local police and facilitate information sharing, the spokesman said.
As word of the attack spread through the utility industry, some companies moved swiftly to review their security efforts. "We're looking at things differently now," said Michelle Campanella, an FBI veteran who is director of security for Consolidated Edison Inc.ED +0.90% in New York. For example, she said, Con Ed changed the angles of some of its 1,200 security cameras "so we don't have any blind spots."
Some of the legislators Mr. Wellinghoff briefed are calling for action. Rep. Henry Waxman (D., Calif.) mentioned the incident at a FERC oversight hearing in December, saying he was concerned that no one in government can order utilities to improve grid protections or to take charge in an emergency.
As for Mr. Wellinghoff, he said he has made something of a hobby of visiting big substations to look over defenses and see whether he is questioned by security details or local police. He said he typically finds easy access to fence lines that are often close to important equipment.
"What keeps me awake at night is a physical attack that could take down the grid," he said. "This is a huge problem."
—Tom McGinty contributed to this article.

PG&E Hillside Covenant Church possesed Metcalf Sub Station Documents fought Bennett for six months - Lynds knows WCPD Bomb Squad

Hillside Covenant Church

House Transportation Committee 

The Metcalf Data Breach

Considered the worst attack on US Infrastructure in US History on US soil.  That's why this former PG&E Contractor has tried to get answers from Hillside Covenant Church who for three years has dogged my complaints.

The Metcalf Incident

One of the most dangerous attacks on US Soil ever but looks more like a dry run and that event is inexplicably linked to my laptop theft.  Please read my arguments that this data breach has links to the Walnut Creek Bomb Squad with links to two pipeline explosions.
Letter Regarding Claim #1185580 - it took over six months to get Hillside Covenant Church to open the claim - in between a domestic terrorism event known as the Metcalf Event occurred in San Jose.  One Pete Bennett core allegations was the PG&E data that was placed on Bennett's laptop could be used for a domestic terrorism event.   

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Benny Chetcuti Jr. Walnut Creek Real Estate Investor Indicted For Fraud

Benny Chetcuti Jr. Walnut Creek Real Estate Investor Indicted For Fraud
By Pete Bennett CNET Scandal Date: April 25th, 2014
Walnut Creek CA --  Walnut Creek Real Estate Investor Indicted For Fraud FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 28, 2014 OAKLAND – A federal grand jury returned a two count indictment for wirie

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Where there are no moves - only squares 

It's your move sir! 


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