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The Anatomy of Public Corruption

The Murder of Nate Greenan - UC Regents, Fremont Group, CBRE

Food from the Bar and Dead Witnesses

Pete Bennett former resident of Danville CA knows almost every person at the final moments of Nate Greenan.   This collection of attorneys, bankers and real estate professionals are fully aware of the Pete Bennett arson. 

Nate Greenan 2012
The Attorney standing over casket of his son has numerous connections to Fremont Group located in San Francisco.  Nate grew up in Danville, attended Alamo 1st Ward, performed on-stage at Vinnies the same Monday in March 2012 Pete Bennett performed.

Bennett was arrested landed in Martinez Detention Center while in protective custody was placed with an inmate known to be violent and mentally unstable.

At the time the jail was managed by Patty Grant and Commander Chris Wenzel who careers spans nearly every city under control of the Contra Costa Sheriff.

More to come later on how important this highly suspicious death connects to the FBI investigation around former State Senator Don Perata, Councilman Mike Shimansky, Councilman Gary Bell, and Tax Collector Bill Pollacek and how all these incidents connect to the indictment of Contra Costa District Attorney Mark Peterson.

One unseen connection is Michael Peterson attends Alamo 1st Ward with Attorney Rick Kopf of Fremont Group and Southern Pacific, Attorney James Greenan, Former resident and Attorney David Harmer and Greg Smyth of CBRE is what Pete Bennett knows.

What he knows is Nate Greenan is more of several connectors to the CNET Scandal that netted a Federal Indictment with close to 10 convictions.

In 2011 no far from this murder Pete Bennett's car was pushed into oncoming traffic during his gig with PG&E. 
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