The Anatomy of Public Corruption


Pete Bennett former ComputerLand programmer legal documents (originals) were stolen in 2004 members of Alamo 1st Ward (Danville Stake, Oakland Temple). The Strack Family was murdered weeks after Bennett sent letters to the FBI, CPUC, City of Walnut Creek, City of San Bruno and other interested parties.  
Bennett is also a former PG&E Contract Programmer with connections to the energy sector, telecommunications plus retained as an expert witness in the matter of Keithley v. Homestore,,, National Association of Realtors over a patent case.  Bennett's 2004 proposal was pivotal in winning their case.  Represented by Alston Bird their took their win and forget to pay their witness. 
SilverLake Partners, P2 Capital Partners and executives named in this document are linked via many notable private equity transactions


1. Plaintiff brings this action against Blackhawk Network Holdings, Inc. (“Blackhawk” or the “Company”) and its Board of Directors (the “Board” or the “Individual Defendants”) for their violations of Sections 14(a) and 20(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the “Exchange Act”), 15 U.S.C. §§ 78n(a), 78t(a), and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) Rule 14a-9, 17 C.F.R. 240.14a-9, and to enjoin the vote on a proposed transaction, pursuant to which Blackhawk will be acquired by Silver Lake Partners (“Silver Lake”) and P2 Capital Partners, LLC (“P2 Capital Partners,” and together with Silver Lake, the “Sponsors”), through BHN Holdings, Inc. (“Parent”) and Parent’s wholly-owned subsidiary, BHN Merger Sub, Inc. (“Merger Sub”) (the “Proposed Transaction”).

Through years of research, details hidden in the catacombs of the SEC, banking, cover-ups and plenty that are now cataloged on where Mr. Pete Bennett has chased the powerful to kidnappings, mistresses, evangelicals and Mormons can connect cases from Virginia Beach to San Francisco to Barcelona. 

About Silver Lake Partners and TPG 

Sabre Holdings to Be Acquired by TPG and Silver Lake ...
(NYSE:TSG), Silver Lake Partners and Texas Pacific Group (TPG) today announced that they have signed a definitive agreement under which Silver Lake Partners and TPG will acquire Sabre Holdings for $32.75 per share in cash. The transaction is valued at approximately $5 billion, including the assumption of approximately $550 million in net debt ...

About the Federal Bribery Case involving TPG Growth and TPG Partners 

William E. McGlashan Jr. (born November 20, 1963) is an American businessman and former international private equity investor. McGlashan founded TPG Growth[1], the growth equity and smaller buyout investment arm of TPG Capital, a global private equity investment firm.[2] He is also a founder and was the initial-CEO of The Rise Fund, a social impact fund he co-founded with Bono and Jeff Skoll.[3]
McGlashan is a co-founder and a former board member of STX Entertainment, an American film and television studio launched in 2014 with Robert Simonds,[4] and a cofounder and director of Evolution Media Capital.[5]
McGlashan was arrested March 12, 2019, after being caught on FBI audio recordings, for participating in a college admissions bribery scandal. He was then fired for cause by TPG.

  • McGlashan was a senior associate with Bain Capital and Information Partners.
  • McGlashan was active on a number of boards, including Fender Musical Instruments Corporation
  • He is also the founder of The Rise Fund, a social impact fund started by TPG Growth in partnership with Elevar Equity.[16] 


Freed from LinkedIN Prison


A Spontaneous Conversation with Broadway Pointe and Broadway Plaza

Spontaneous Conversation with Broadway Pointe and Broadway Plaza 

During 1980s, these properties were controlled by separate families, partnerships and ownership.  Today they are the same parties that evicted me from 1360 Peach Street, Towed my Ford Explorer from Broadway Pointe Garage and arrested me for trespassing.

Through I am telling my story through a series of videos while explaining when you go up against the Democratic Party - your family will be killed.  

Perfectly Framed

A student convicted of a brutal murder, Beautiful children killed by the Mom, The Clayton Molotov Cocktails, Munchausen Proxy
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The Good Side of Tactical Policing by Walnut Creek Police Department


BlackRock - Overview


GE, ABN AMRO, AIG, Nationwide, Nordstrom, Bank of America, Barclays, ING, UBS

A good example of how the industry crisscrosses and overlaps to investors, banking, real estate, retail where today it's Enterprize this, that or outsource this and that get a new career jack but give us your sons and daughters for our next adventure.  

On the Web:
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The 3 Most Evil People Electrocuted in Florida’s “Old Sparky” Killed little of HS friend

The 3 Most Evil People Electrocuted in Florida’s “Old Sparky”

Arthur Frederick Goode III

A serial killer, a black widow, and a pedophile
by Robert A. Waters

Ted Bundy

The definition of serial killer is “Ted Bundy.” He murdered 35 young women, almost all with long black hair parted in the middle. After bludgeoning them to death, he raped their corpses. While being tried for a murder in Colorado, Bundy escaped. He fled to Tallahassee where he lived incognito for several months before breaking into the Chi Omega sorority house and clubbing two women to death. He was finally caught after kidnapping and raping a twelve-year-old girl, then dumping her body in a hog-pen.

Bundy was the most hated man ever on Florida’s Death Row. Floridians even made up a poem about him: “Fry Bundy, Fry! Die Bundy, Die!” Okay, it wasn’t the greatest verse in the world, but it made its point. During his trial, the killer defended himself, adding yet another layer of notoriety to his growing legend as the country’s premier serial murderer.

Bundy was terrified of Old Sparky. He attempted to gain a few more days of life by claiming he could lead authorities to additional unknown murder victims, but the governor turned him down. At 7:00 A.M., as he was being led to the chair, many Florida radio stations interrupted their programming to play the sizzling sound of bacon frying.

Judias Buenoano

It was almost unheard of for a woman to get the chair, so you knowBuenoano was evil. At first, when her husbands started dying, no one thought much about it. After all, they expired in their beds after suffering debilitating illnesses. But when her latest boyfriend’s car exploded with him in it, cops began investigating her background. They exhumed five dead ex-husbands and boyfriends. A boat-load of arsenic was found in the systems of each, as well as in a son who’d drowned. Cops also found bomb-making material in her home.

It was her son’s murder that jumped Buenoano from routine black widow serial killer to hated monster. Michael Goodyear joined the U. S. Air Force when he was 19 and made the fatal mistake of naming his mother as the beneficiary of his $100,000 life insurance policy. When he came home on leave, he contracted a mystery disease that left him paralyzed from the neck down. From then until his death, Goodyear could only walk or lift his arms with the aid of metal braces.

One nice sunny day, Buenoano loaded her son into a rented canoe on the East River in Pensacola. As soon as they rounded a bend where no witnesses could see her, Buenoano dumped her son into the water. The prosecutor stated that “[Michael Goodyear] had 15 pounds of braces on his legs without a life jacket. He was taken up the river in a canoe and basically pitched out.” Buenoano, as was her habit, quickly cashed in his insurance policy.

Before she was executed, Buenoano claimed to have found Jesus. But, unlike Karla Faye Tucker (another female killer who was executed), no one believed her. Only a few hardcore death penalty opponents could muster up the stomach to protest her execution—everybody else in Florida thought Old Sparky gave her exactly what she deserved.

Arthur F. Goode 

An unapologetic pedophile, Arthur Frederick Goode III began molesting young boys before he was a teenager. Freddy, as he was called, was eventually admitted to a mental health facility in his home state of Maryland, but soon walked away. Gravitating south, he kidnapped a nine-year-old boy from his school-bus stop in Lee County, Florida. After savagely raping the child, Freddy strangled him to death.

The killer fled back to Maryland, where he kidnapped two more boys.  He murdered one of the children before being captured--the second boy later testified against Goode at his trial in Florida. Freddy was convicted and sentenced to Death Row.

While there, he wrote graphic letters to the parents of his victims. He granted many interviews in which he defended his actions, claiming his pre-teen victims enjoyed being sodomized. Freddy declared that he committed the murders to protest a culture that would not let him indulge in sex with children. In one interview, he stated: “There's nothing wrong with me. It's the damn people in society who are prejudiced against pedophilia.” While he awaited his date with Old Sparky, Goode attempted to recruit children as pen-pals so he could engage in his twisted fantasies.

It was said that the other prisoners and guards at Raiford hated him even more than they hated Bundy. That speaks volumes about old Freddy. On the day he died, Goode requested one last “session” with a young boy. This was denied, and the most hated man on Florida’s death row left the prison on a one-way trip to Hell.

Arthur Frederick Goode, Iii - Killer of Jason Verdow

Arthur Frederick Goode, Jr., Individually and As Next Friendacting on Behalf of Arthur Frederick Goode, Iii,petitioner-appellant, v. Louie L. Wainwright, Secretary of Corrections, Dept. Of corrections of the State of Florida, et al.,respondents-appellees, 731 F.2d 1482 (11th Cir. 1984)

US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit - 731 F.2d 1482 (11th Cir. 1984)

April 4, 1984

Sanford Bohrer, Charles Senatore, Miami, Fla., for petitioner-appellant.
Charles Corces, Jr., Asst. Atty. Gen., Tampa, Fla., for respondents-appellees.
Appeal from the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida.
Before GODBOLD, Chief Judge, and RONEY and TJOFLAT, Circuit Judges.

Petitioner Arthur Frederick Goode, III, through his father and next friend, is a Florida prisoner under sentence of death for killing a ten-year-old boy. For the previous history of this case see Goode v. Wainwright, 704 F.2d 593 (11th Cir. 1983); Wainwright v. Goode, --- U.S. ----, 104 S. Ct. 378, 78 L. Ed. 2d 187 (1983); Goode v. Wainwright, 725 F.2d 106 (11th Cir. 1984).
In our 1984 opinion we affirmed the denial of the writ. Then, pursuant to Florida Statute 922.07, the governor of Florida entered an executive order appointing a commission of three psychiatrists to examine Goode. The members of the commission advised the governor that, based upon their examination, Goode (in the language of the statute) understood the nature and the effect of the death penalty and why it was to be imposed upon him. Thereafter, on March 6, the governor signed a warrant directing the execution of Goode; execution is scheduled for April 5, 1984.
On March 30, 1984 Goode filed a petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus in the Supreme Court of Florida, and that court entered its opinion and decision April 2. Goode raised two issues for the first time: (1) that he is presently insane and that it violates the Constitution to execute an insane person, and (2) that Florida Statute 922.07 denies him procedural due process. The Florida Supreme Court rejected both issues on the merits.
On April 3 petitioner filed in the United States District Court, M.D. Florida, a petition for the writ of habeas corpus, raising only the two issues that had been raised in the Florida Supreme Court. The district court, without a hearing but with a lengthy opinion, denied the writ April 4, 1984. The court denied a certificate of probable cause and denied a stay of execution.
The matter is now before this court on notice of appeal, application for CPC, and motion for stay of execution and for emergency relief.
The second claim, the attack on the Florida statute, is made on procedural due process grounds. We hold that the statute meets minimum standards required by procedural due process. Solesbee v. Balkcom, 339 U.S. 9, 70 S. Ct. 457, 94 L. Ed. 604 (1950); see also Caritativo v. California, 357 U.S. 549, 78 S. Ct. 1263, 2 L. Ed. 2d 1531 (1958).
The first claim is rooted in substantive due process and the eighth amendment. In its opinion of April 2 the Florida Supreme Court held that in Florida an insane person cannot be executed. There has been no conclusive determination whether there is such a constitutional entitlement under federal law.1  Assuming that there is such a right, we agree with the district court that petitioner is barred from raising it in this case because of abuse of the writ. Woodard v. Hutchins, --- U.S. ----, 104 S. Ct. 752, 78 L. Ed. 2d 541 (1984); Rule 9(b) foll. 28 U.S.C. § 2254.
In his first federal habeas case Goode contended that he was not competent to stand trial or to waive trial counsel. This court rejected both contentions. 704 F.2d at 596-99. Petitioner asserts that his substantive due process/eighth amendment claim is a newly ripened claim that could not be presented until the governor had gone through the Sec. 922.07 procedures. This theory assumes that the issue of insanity vel non barring execution is dependent upon the governor's implementation of the statutory procedures of Sec. 922.07.2  This is not so. If Goode contended, on substantive due process and eighth amendment grounds, that he could not be executed because of post-conviction insanity, he was free to assert this contention in state and federal courts from the time that the state court sentenced him to death; thereby he could secure an orderly determination of his then current mental condition. Certainly he could have raised the issue when the governor signed his first execution warrant in 1982. Goode has made no such contention in his state merits appeal, in his state collateral attack on his conviction, or in his first federal habeas case.
If the substantive due process/eighth amendment issue of alleged insanity barring execution had been timely raised and determined in court, circumstances might thereafter have changed, and an updated determination of competency might thereafter have been made based on a showing of changed conditions. But this does not mean that post-conviction insanity could be held back as an issue until the eve of execution and then raised for the first time.
The motion for certificate of probable cause is DENIED. The motion for stay is DENIED.
Gray v. Lucas, 710 F.2d 1048 (5th Cir. 1983), cert. denied, --- U.S. ----, 104 S. Ct. 211, 77 L. Ed. 2d 1453 (1984)
There has been no authoritative determination of the standards for insanity that bar execution. Gray v. Lucas, supra

The 2002 Murder of a Safeway Pharmacist


NTSB: Cessna 152, N93316

National Transportation Safety Board

Accident Preliminary Report

Concord, CA
Accident Number:
Date & Time:
01/29/20180945 PST
1 Fatal
Flight Conducted Under:
Part 91: General Aviation - Personal

On January 29, 2018, about 0945 Pacific standard time, a Cessna 152, N93316, impacted terrain near the Military Ocean Terminal Concord facility, on the Navy Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) property, Concord, California. The Airline Transport pilot was fatally injured. The airplane was registered to and operated by the pilot as a 14 Code of Federal RegulationsPart 91 personal flight. Visual meteorological conditions prevailed for the flight and no flight plan had been filed. The flight originated from the Buchanan Field Airport (CCR) Concord, California, about 0937.
Examination of the accident site by the National Transportation Safety Board, investigator-in-charge, revealed that all the major components of the airplane were contained within the main wreckage. The debris trail was about 200 ft long. The airplane sustained substantial damage to the wings and fuselage.
The 0953 recorded weather observation at CCR, located about 5 miles west of the accident site, showed calm winds, visibility 5 miles and mist, clear skies, temperature 11° C, dew point 9° C, and an altimeter setting of 30.29 inches of mercury.
The airplane was recovered to a secure facility for further examination.

Aircraft and Owner/Operator Information
Aircraft Make:
Aircraft Category:
Amateur Built:

On file
Operating Certificate(s) Held:

Meteorological Information and Flight Plan
Conditions at Accident Site:
Visual Conditions
Condition of Light:
Observation Facility, Elevation:
CCR, 25 ft msl
Observation Time:
0953 PST
Distance from Accident Site:
5 Nautical Miles
Temperature/Dew Point:
11°C / 9°C
Lowest Cloud Condition:
Wind Speed/Gusts, Direction:
Calm / ,
Lowest Ceiling:
5 Miles
Altimeter Setting:
30.29 inches Hg
Type of Flight Plan Filed:
Departure Point:

Wreckage and Impact Information
Crew Injuries:
1 Fatal
Aircraft Damage:
Passenger Injuries:
Aircraft Fire:
Ground Injuries:
Aircraft Explosion:
Total Injuries:
1 Fatal
Latitude, Longitude:
38.001111, -121.988611 (est)

Administrative Information
Investigator In Charge (IIC):
Albert P Nixon
Additional Participating Persons:
Matthew Deseelhorst; Federal Aviation Administration; Oakland, CA
The NTSB traveled to the scene of this accident.


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