Genre:

The Anatomy of Public Corruption

Connecting Gary Vinson Collins to the Bribery Scandal and the to Bennett

Correlating witness murder of Gary Vinson Collins to the College Admissions Bribery Scandal 

FORMER BUILDING INSPECTOR for TOWN OF DANVILLE dies in suspicious fall. 
Linked to Contra Costa Narcotic Enforcement Scandal on November 2nd, 2011 tragically dead by dead by December. 

One of his sons found me in Walnut Creek near BART.  I did my best to appeal to his better side but I said I lost my sons.  


My story is about witness murders, private equity, mergers and acquisitions linked back to the Matter of Bennett v. Southern Pacific lost in 1989.  It was a winnable case as long the witnesses testified.  


Case: Bennett v. Collins

Bennett v. Collins



Case Facts


Peter Bennett

PO Box 523

Alamo
CA
94507


Telephone:       (925) 705-1812

Facsimile:        (000) 000-0000



In Pro Per









SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA



COUNTY OF CONTRA
COSTA-UNLIMITED JURISDICTION




Pete Bennett


                            Plaintiff,

              v.



Gary Collins, and DOES 1-20, inclusive,



                            Defendants.




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CASE NO.:



COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES FOR ASSAULT, BATTERY, FALSE IMPRISONMENT, TRESPASS TO REAL PROPERTY, TRESPASS TO PERSONAL PROPERTY, CONVERSION AND INTENTIONAL INFLICTION OF EMOTIONAL DISTRESS




    

Plaintiff alleges:

GENERAL ALLEGATIONS
1. Defendant Gary Collins is an individual.  Plaintiff Pete Bennett is informed and believes that, at all times herein mentioned, defendant Gary Collins was a resident of Contra Costa County, California.
2. Defendants Doe 1 through Doe 20, inclusive, are sued herein under fictitious names. Their true names and capacities are unknown to plaintiff. When their true names and capacities are ascertained, plaintiff will amend this complaint by inserting their true names and capacities herein.  Plaintiff is informed and believes and thereon alleges that each of the fictitiously named defendants is responsible in some manner for the occurrences herein alleged, and that plaintiff's damages as herein alleged were proximately caused by those defendants. Each reference in this complaint to ''defendant,'' ''defendants,'' or a specifically named defendant refers also to all defendants sued under fictitious names.
3. Plaintiff is informed and believes and thereon alleges that at all times herein mentioned each of the defendants, including all defendants sued under fictitious names, was the agent and employee of each of the remaining defendants, and in doing the things hereinafter alleged, was acting within the course and scope of this agency and employment.


FIRST CAUSE OF ACTION
(Assault)
4. Plaintiff incorporates paragraphs 1 through 3 this Complaint as if the same were fully stated herein.

5. On or about September 21, 2004, defendant Gary Collins came to plaintiff Pete Bennett’s residence at
161 Valle Vista Drive in

Danville,
California
.  Defendant Gary Collins menacingly approached and yelled threatening and offensive words at plaintiff, including threats of death and bodily harm.  Further, defendant Gary Collins attempted to strike and did, in fact,
strike plaintiff, thereby inflicting bodily harm upon plaintiff.

6. In doing the acts as alleged above, defendant intended to cause plaintiff an apprehension of a harmful or an offensive contact with plaintiff's person.

7. As a result of defendant's acts as alleged above, plaintiff, in fact, was placed in great apprehension of a harmful contact with plaintiff's person.

8. At no time did plaintiff consent to any of the acts of defendant alleged above.

9. As a proximate result of the acts of defendant as alleged above, plaintiff suffered physical injuries to his elbow, shoulder, arm, knee, leg and chest.

10. As a proximate result of the acts of defendant as alleged above, plaintiff was hurt and injured in his health, strength, and activity, sustaining injury to his nervous system and person, all of which have caused, and continue to cause, plaintiff great
mental, physical, and nervous pain and suffering.  As a result of these injuries, plaintiff has suffered general damages.

11. As a further proximate result of defendant's acts, plaintiff has been damaged in that he has been required to expend money and incur obligations for medical services and treatment reasonably required in the treatment and relief of the injuries herein
alleged.

12. As a further proximate result of the acts of defendant, plaintiff has incurred medical and related expenses.

13. Plaintiff is informed and believes that, as a further proximate result of the acts of defendant, plaintiff will continue to incur medical and related expenses.

14. As a further proximate result of the acts of defendant, plaintiff was prevented from participating in his usual occupation and thereby lost earnings to his damage.

15. Plaintiff is informed and believes that, as a further proximate result of the acts of defendant, plaintiff's present and future earning capacity has been impaired.

16. The aforementioned conduct of defendant was willful and malicious and was intended to oppress and cause injury to plaintiff. Plaintiff is therefore entitled to an award of punitive damages.



SECOND CAUSE OF ACTION
(Battery)
17. Plaintiff incorporates paragraphs 1 through 3 and 8 through 16 of this Complaint as if the same were fully stated herein.
18. On or about September 21, 2004, defendant Gary Collins came to plaintiff Pete Bennett’s residence at
161 Valle Vista Drive in

Danville,
California
.  Defendant Gary Collins struck plaintiff with his hands on multiple occasions and threw plaintiff to the ground.  Defendant Gary Collins pinned plaintiff to the ground by pressing his knees into plaintiff’s chest while
plaintiff was on his back on the ground.

19. In doing the acts as alleged above, defendant acted with the intent to make a contact with plaintiff's person.


THIRD CAUSE OF ACTION
(False Imprisonment)
20. Plaintiff incorporates paragraphs 1 through 3 and 9 through 16 of this Complaint as if the same were fully stated herein.

            21. On or about September 21, 2004, defendant Gary Collins used physical force and threats of violence, including death threats, to confine plaintiff for a period of time, against his
will and without his consent.  Following this period of detention, defendant released plaintiff without charging him with any crime or taking him before a magistrate.

            22. Immediately prior to the acts of defendant herein alleged, plaintiff had been peacefully working in the study in his residence, located at
161 Valle Vista Drive in

Danville,
California
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            23. Plaintiff did not steal, nor was he in the process of stealing, any property belonging to defendant or anyone else, nor had he committed any crime against defendant or anyone else.

            24. In imprisoning plaintiff, defendant acted with deliberate malice and for the purpose of harassing plaintiff and causing plaintiff physical and emotional harm.



FOURTH CAUSE OF ACTION
(Trespass to Real Property)
25. Plaintiff incorporates paragraphs 1 through 3 and 9 through 16 of this Complaint as if the same were fully stated herein.

26. On or about September 21, 2004, defendant Gary Collins intentionally entered a residence located at
161 Valle Vista Drive in

Danville,
California
of which plaintiff is the occupant and possessor.

27. Plaintiff did not give defendant permission for the entry and, in fact, defendant entered plaintiff’s residence despite plaintiff’s explicit demands for defendant to leave.



FIFTH CAUSE OF ACTION
(Trespass to Personal Property)
28. Plaintiff incorporates paragraphs 1 through 3 of this Complaint as if the same were fully stated herein.
29. On or about September 21, 2004, defendant Gary Collins, without plaintiff's consent, threw plaintiff into an antique table owned by plaintiff.
            30. In doing the acts above, defendant proximately caused damage to said table.  Plaintiff is informed and believes that the cost to replace or repair said table is approximately $400.00.
31. The aforementioned conduct of defendant was willful and malicious and was intended to oppress plaintiff. Plaintiff is therefore entitled to an award of punitive damages.



SIXTH CAUSE OF ACTION
(Conversion)
            32. Plaintiff incorporates paragraphs 1 through 3 of this Complaint as if the same were fully stated herein.

            33. At all times herein mentioned, and in particular on or about September 21, 2004, plaintiff was, and still is, the owner and was, and still is, entitled to the possession of the following
personal property, namely: an antique table.

34. Plaintiff is informed and believes that on or about September 21, 2004 and at
161 Valle Vista Drive in

Danville,
California
, the property described above had an approximate value of $400.00.

            35. On or about September 21, 2004, defendant Gary Collins, without plaintiff’s consent, intentionally damaged said antique table by throwing plaintiff into it, all to plaintiff’s detriment.

            36. The aforementioned conduct of defendant was willful and malicious and was intended to oppress plaintiff. Plaintiff is therefore entitled to an award of punitive damages.



SEVENTH CAUSE OF ACTION
(Intentional Infliction Emotional Distress)
37. Plaintiff incorporates paragraphs 1 through 36 of this Complaint as if the same were fully stated herein.

38.  Defendant’s actions of physically attacking plaintiff, verbally intimidating plaintiff, damaging plaintiff’s personal property and trespassing on plaintiff’s real property, as alleged in this Complaint, were knowing, intentional, and willful,
and done with a reckless disregard of the probability of causing plaintiff emotional distress.

39.  As a proximate result of defendant’s conduct, as alleged in this complaint, plaintiff suffered severe mental anguish and emotional and physical distress, all to his general damages.

            40. In acting in the manner described in this Complaint, defendant’s conduct was malicious and oppressive, and was carried out in willful and conscious disregard of plaintiff’s rights and safety and subjected plaintiff to cruel and unjust hardship.
PRAYER FOR RELIEF
            WHEREFORE, plaintiff Pete Bennett demands against defendants, and each of them, as follows:
1. For general damages according to proof;

2. For medical and related expenses according to proof;

3. For lost earnings, past and future, according to proof;

4. For punitive damages;

5. For interest as allowed by law;

6. For costs of suit herein incurred; and

7. For such other and further relief as the court may deem proper.



Dated:                                                                        




                                                                                    ________________________
                                                                                    Peter Bennett
                                                                                    In Pro Per








The Murders




















The Loretta Hale Murder

Nov 11 2011


The Bhatia case should be murder investigation, the Hale case was conveniently closed but should be reopened as on or about March/April 2014 an Alamo mom was found on the trails above Alamo with single gunshot wound to the temple which to me sound just
like the SFPD Lester Garnier shooting from back in 1988 and my arson case in 2004 sounds like the bombing of the IRS Agents car in 1988 sent the investigators round file leaving them enough to run over and kill homeless for
life insurance just like the LA Grandma's story.
























The Roma Bhatia Case

Nov 12 2011


The Bhatia case should be murder investigation, the Hale case was conveniently closed but should be reopened as on or about March/April 2014 an Alamo mom was found on the trails above Alamo with single gunshot wound to the temple which to me sound just
like the SFPD Lester Garnier shooting from back in 1988 and my arson case in 2004 sounds like the bombing of the IRS Agents car in 1988 sent the investigators round file leaving them enough to run over and kill homeless for
life insurance just like the LA Grandma's story.
























The Gary Vinson Collins

Nov 12 2011


The Bhatia case should be murder investigation, the Hale case was conveniently closed but should be reopened as on or about March/April 2014 an Alamo mom was found on the trails above Alamo with single gunshot wound to the temple which to me sound just
like the SFPD Lester Garnier shooting from back in 1988 and my arson case in 2004 sounds like the bombing of the IRS Agents car in 1988 sent the investigators round file leaving them enough to run over and kill homeless for
life insurance just like the LA Grandma's story.


























THe Official Meeting

Nov 1 2011

Bennett/Nordoff/Bryden





During the Chief Bryden held in the office of Walnut Creek City Manager Ken Nordoff who heard my allegations that I'd been attacked again. This critical meeting set a benchmark linking The Danville Building Inspector Incident
to CNET Arrests, but other incidents were raised that link to least one murder in San Ramon CA.



Within weeks Gary Vinson Collins was dead, along with two Danville Area Moms Roma Bhatia and Loretta Hale of Boy Scout PACK 36 who each died untimely deaths. I personally knew all three victims but Danville Police Officer
Steven Tanabe and former Judge Golub were each members of PACK 36 Danville part of the Meridian Council.


























Attack The Attorney

Nov 1 2005

Bennett's Attorney Attacked, Threatened and Beaten





The Danville Building Inspector Incident



One day I got a call from my counsel Sage Sepapi with news that he too had been beaten under nearly identical circumstances of ligation about to be brought against the Town of Danville. Within months my counsel went out of
his way to get out of representation.



When Chris Butler's testimony against Stephen Tanabe oozed about insurance fraud, arson and other events it was clear as day that Police Officers and DA investigators had been lying to me for years and my collection of over
100 police reports were part of larger criminal operation coming within Contra Costa County.
















The Racketeering Charges




















Hobbs Act

Nov 11 2011


The arrests of officers began nearly seven years later in early 2011 when the California Department of Justice arrested Chris Butler and Commander Norman Wielsch, when thier faces appeared it was clear I'd been setup but the setup extends to the Bar Association,
Contra Costa Superior Court, The Contra Costa District Attorneys offices and further to the municipal pooling authority where claims die with witnesses.




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