Our newest felon Contra Costa District Attorney Mark Peterson


SAN FRANCISCO POLICE OFFICER MURDER
OFFICER Lester Garnier 1988



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OBIT: Bennett Witness Murdered - Robert Frazier


CONCORD — A Concord man shot to death in front of a bar early Saturday has been identified as 42-year-old Robert Frazier, authorities said Monday.

From the blogger: There are three dead bouncers each known to me, one was an assailant, one was nice guy, another was nice that was friendly with Sara Hoda killed in The GhostShip Fire.






Frazier became the city’s second homicide victim of 2017 when he was hit by gunfire in front of Nica Lounge at 1907 Salvio Street just before 2 a.m. Saturday, police said. Police arrested a man suspected in the shooting after he was involved in a solo car crash later Saturday.
Lt. James Nakayama, the head of investigations for the Concord Police Department, said details of the investigation have kept police from identifying the suspect, a 27-year-old man who was still in a hospital Monday receiving treatment for non-life threatening injuries.
The hunt for the shooter also led to police fatally shooting a pit bull while they searched an Oakley address for the suspect. According to police, a pit bull broke loose from his collar and charged officers and the police dog named Hancock. The pit bull bit Hancock in the leg and clamped down on his neck, causing the officer to shoot, police said.
“It’s unfortunate that that happened,” Nakayama said. “We have to protect our police K9s and officers, as well.”
Police ordered a shelter-in-place during that Oakley neighborhood search in the 1900 block of Teresa Lane. Police used a SWAT team to help them in the search.
A fundraising account set up to help Frazier’s family raised $3,855 by 2 p.m., with one poster saying that Frazier “enriched my life with friendship and love.”
Staff writer George Kelly contributed to this report. Contact Rick Hurd at 925-945-4789.
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Sierra Drive Attempted Murder

Walnut Creek CA

Only a small select narrow and dubious group of people understand how complex events are near Pete Bennett.  On or about October 31st, 2014, after a night of performing music in downtown Walnut Creek buskin to replace the cash stolen from me by Walnut Creek, Lafayette and Danville leading the 2017 charges levied against District Attorney Mark Peterson resulting FELONY CHARGES FOR PERJURY



You know your story must be real when you know a City Attorney who commits suicide, a District Attorney who commits perjury, the CHP Officer murdered on SB 680 and your family is connected to the Kennedy all the way back to the assassination of a President. 



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OBIT: Elizabeth Torres, 81

The Torres Family Tragedies or Murders


In 1988 I hired Eusticio "stache" Torres - my Spanish then was Taco or Burrito.  He said call me "stache" sounds like "mustache"

Perfectly Framed

The large Torres family is suffering the loss of a family matriarch, as relatives pray that three other family members will recover rapidly from burns
resulting from the blast. Elizabeth Torres, 81, who lived with her daughter Cindy and son-in-law Allen Braun in a Claremont Drive home in San Bruno, died
despite Braun's attempt to rescue her by carrying her to the front porch, said one of Torres' nine children, David Wharton, 57, of Fair Oaks. "He saved my
mom," Wharton said. "But a second blast" killed her. Braun is now in the hospital with 40 percent of his body burned, Wharton said. Braun's wife, Cindy,
45, and her sister Sandy Arnold, 58, are both in induced comas at St. Francis hospital. Arnold, who lives in Petaluma and works as an office clerk, has
burns on 70 percent of her body. Cindy Braun, who used to be an office manager for Forbes magazine, has burns covering half her body, Wharton said. "This
is monumental for us," he said. "The only reason I can talk is because I haven't accepted it yet." He said his mother worked as a nurse's aide for UC San
Francisco for 27 years. In her later years, she got around in a wheelchair, even when she visited casinos, a favorite pastime. Torres was married twice and
had nine children: Everett, Virginia, Sandy, David, Linda, Michael, Sharon, Gregory and Cindy.


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The Contra Costa Narcotics Enforcement Taskforce 

This news of the scandal broke in February 2011 when Commander Norman Wielsch and Chris Butler faces were plastered all over local media. Then a few months
later Deputy Stepen Tanabe and Officer Louis Lombardi.  I recognized every face immediately but by summer I was in jail, my car was totaled and to
this day remain unpaid by a PG&E Vendor who brought me into their explosion cover-up.

Every conspiracy has one or more co-conspirators but this story is a conspiracy blessed with cover from the top cop down.

Learn
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The PG&E Gas Can Man

This image broadcast around the world is part of why my www.pgewitness.com was launched that is spawned from my
role in the San Bruno Explosion.  The role that was hidden from Investigators from the NTSB, The San Mateo County District Attorney and most important
the Federal case where Judge Henderson ordered PG&E to perform community service.

The worst part is my family with their lives so PG&E could hire the best lawyers.

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The KinderMorgan Explosion and the Dead Witnesses

There is a most forgotten explosion story where on November 9th, 2004 five welders from Matamoras Welding were killed.  This explosion occurre in the
middle a project to known as the East Bay Pipeline Extension.  on that day I was at the Walnut Creek Superior Court making an appearance in front
Superior Court Judge Joel Golub.  That was day I lost my license, the beginning of the loss of my sons, the connections to The Driscoll Family Murders
where Alicia Driscoll and her daughter Gineva Driscoll found dead.

There are several stories begging to be told via the criminal case I call
The Kinder Morgan Pipeline Murders of Walnut Creek CA.
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Gun that killed Pittsburg officer also used in fatal Modesto shootout

Police Inspector Ray Giacomelli

The gun that killed Pittsburg police inspector





First Contact: City of Pittsburg mid 1980s'
Former Pittsburg Officer Eric Bergen

Yea I know him from how he pointed his weapon at me. He also
broke into my cabinet shop took thousands in equipment.





ASSOCIATED PRESS
12:17 a.m., June 11, 2003
PITTSBURG – The gun that killed Pittsburg police inspector Ray Giacomelli in
April
is the same weapon his suspected killer fired in a fatal shoot-out with police,
according to ballistics tests.
Contra Costa Sheriff's Lt. Dan Terry said Tuesday the .40-caliber Glock handgun
that
killed Giacomelli was the same weapon used by Earl Foster Jr. during the
firefight
with police in Modesto.
Foster fled there after Giacomelli's slaying in Pittsburg on April 15.
Investigators found Foster at a strip mall pay phone in the Central Valley
city
two days later.
A shootout ensued after Foster began firing at police, Terry said.
Foster died of multiple gunshot wounds; he was hit 22 times, according to an
autopsy
released Tuesday by the Stanislaus County coroner.
Law enforcement officials throughout northern California had launched a massive
manhunt to locate Foster.
The 46-year-old Giacomelli was killed while investigating the homicide of Eric
Louis
Huffman, the brother of Foster's girlfriend who was found slain April 7.
Both Giacomelli and Huffman were shot in the face. Police have said Foster is
the
only suspect in Huffman's slaying.







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Gun that killed Pittsburg officer also used in fatal Modesto shootout


Gun that killed Pittsburg officer also used in fatal Modesto shootout 

ASSOCIATED PRESS
12:17 a.m., June 11, 2003
PITTSBURG – The gun that killed Pittsburg police inspector Ray Giacomelli in April is the same weapon his suspected killer fired in a fatal shoot-out with police, according to ballistics tests.
Contra Costa Sheriff's Lt. Dan Terry said Tuesday the .40-caliber Glock handgun that killed Giacomelli was the same weapon used by Earl Foster Jr. during the firefight with police in Modesto.
Foster fled there after Giacomelli's slaying in Pittsburg on April 15. Investigators found Foster at a strip mall pay phone in the Central Valley city two days later.
A shootout ensued after Foster began firing at police, Terry said.
Foster died of multiple gunshot wounds; he was hit 22 times, according to an autopsy released Tuesday by the Stanislaus County coroner.
Law enforcement officials throughout northern California had launched a massive manhunt to locate Foster.
The 46-year-old Giacomelli was killed while investigating the homicide of Eric Louis Huffman, the brother of Foster's girlfriend who was found slain April 7.
Both Giacomelli and Huffman were shot in the face. Police have said Foster is the only suspect in Huffman's slaying.

 
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