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The Anatomy of Public Corruption

The Unknown Connection To Jaycee Dugard at the Chevron Gas Station

The Job Seeker from EDD

Mainframe Designs Cabinets and Fixtures
He would have been hired, we were already hiring ex-cons and

The 1972 Rust Bucket Ford Window Van

The Secrets of the Contra Costa Sherrif final reports feels the same as Gavin Powell and Matt Miller - What report?

Way back in the 80's I operated a cabinet and millshop in
Pittsburg CA on Bliss Ave. I was also an approved employer with
EDD for hiring via a Private Industry Council (PIC) for the
former Enterprise Trade Zone that placed around where my shop
was located.

That's
how Phil Garrido arrived via an EDD referral, that's how I knew
about the van, that's the van she was in staring out the window
at the Chevron Station. I made the call when I spotted her and
didn't stick around because of the other cases.

In 2013 I filed kidnapping reports on my sons. It didn't
do much good and my son attends UCSB, the other is in Paradise
CA where an Arson Fire nearly claimed their residence.



Overdose or Murder: Melody Lister (1989), Marc Lister's sister
in-law died on Cameo Drive in late eighties which is near Diablo
Country Club, my nephews the Strack's died via a Methadone Overdose
(Official), my friend Alicia killed her daughter, my neighbors
on Valle Vista son Chad Cordon was hurt in the school bus accidents,
a potential client was Peter Branagh and Candidate Erik Nunn
both died in plane crashes, Councilman Helix's grandson died
an unexplained death but so did Kristie Ferraro who sold her
Alamo Home at
141 Dean
to David Christensen whose is clearly related to
Chief Erik Christensen who refused to investigate my July 2011
accident that was attempted murder?

Let's be real I've been through arson, accidents, bacteria,
hit and run, my son have been kidnapped, I worked for PG&E
whose employee was kidnapped in November 2011, I've been mugged
in Walnut Creek four times, by cars regularly destroyed and
I know police officers in Federal/State/County jails or prison
plus don't forget my roommate drowned in the suicide cell of
baloney.

Kidnap-rape suspect


Phillip Craig Garrido
recorded love songs featuring lyrics
that appear to refer to young girls, a business acquaintance
said Friday.



"For every little girl in the world, they want to be in love,
yeah," Garrido sings in one song. "Please tell me that you want
me."

In another song, Garrido croons, "The way she walks, yeah,
subtle, sexy. What can I do? I fall victim too. A little child,
yeah, look what you do."

Garrido told

Marc Lister
, a 15-year acquaintance, that he wrote the songs
while serving time in federal prison in Leavenworth, Kan., for
a 1976 kidnapping and rape, Lister said. Garrido gave two CDs
containing 20 songs several years ago to Lister, a former glass-shop
owner who hired him to print his business cards and invoices
and who knew people in the music business.

Lister said he believes some of the lyrics could reflect
a predilection for young girls. Garrido, 58, who led a rock
band and played bass as a teenager in Brentwood, is accused
of kidnapping

Jaycee Dugard
, then 11, from South Lake Tahoe in 1991, raping
her and keeping her imprisoned in a backyard compound at his
home outside Antioch.

His wife, Nancy Garrido, 54, has also been charged with kidnapping
and rape. Both have pleaded not guilty.
"The language, the lyrics, they're suggestive and they're
provocative in a lot of the songs," Lister, 57, of Concord said
Friday during an interview at the Walnut Creek office of his
business attorney,

Mark Mittelman
.

Lister said he wanted to share the lyrics with law enforcement
and raise money from the songs to benefit abused women, but
not before he gets a chance to "sit down with Jaycee and make
sure it is not going to impair or slow down, in any way, her
going back into society, just starting out a normal life."

Garrido sought Lister's help to get his music released to
raise money for a religious program to "let people hear the
word of God in the way that he interpreted it," Lister said.
"When he gave me these, he said, 'Someday, these are going to
be worth millions,' and I just thought, 'Well, Phil's just being
weird again,' " Lister said.

He said he had listened to the music - which features Garrido
playing bass - without fully comprehending the lyrics and had
tossed the CDs into storage.

Lister said he had visited the Garridos' home on Walnut Avenue
a number of times and had seen Dugard and her daughters, who
authorities say were fathered by Garrido.

Garrido introduced the girls as "our daughters," Lister said,
but it was unclear to him whether Dugard or Nancy Garrido was
his wife. Dugard "always looked healthy to me," Lister said.
"There was absolutely nothing that I saw that would have raised
suspicion." Mittelman and Lister shared transcribed lyrics and
played short snippets of some of the songs with reporters. They
also displayed one of Garrido's business cards that they said
showed a picture of Dugard several years ago.

The card, which they did not allow to be photographed, shows
an attractive, smiling woman with flowing blond hair. Lister
said the picture was clearly a "glamour shot" and that Dugard,
who helped Garrido with his printing business, often wore her
hair up in a bun.



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