State of Homeless Speech and The Unarmed Constituent


State of Homeless Speech

This was the Homeless Solution Pitch to Citizens and Constituents

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The Unarmed Constituent Beaten But Not Broken
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There is a missing piece inside the mind of Mayor Silva which is deliberate mis-characterization of the Homeless Situation in Walnut Creek.
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Pete Bennett came forward in the murder of Officer Lester Garnier in July 2008. He figured that after hiding what he knew for 20 years was long enough. Within months Officers from the City of Walnut Creek targeted him, his family, his clients and eventually drove him out business. Then they started killing witnesses then Bennett found the patterns by researching the court docket and murders cases.

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The brother of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock speaks for a second time

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Jan 1, 2002 - Back in 1981, workers, at the College Station lab, received Vickers' package and cultured specimens from the organs of the dead cow.
The Ames strain is one of 89 known strains of the anthrax bacterium (Bacillus anthracis). It was isolated from a diseased 14-month-old Beefmaster heifer that ...
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Dec 14, 2007 - Spores of B. anthracis Sterne and Ames K0610 strains were produced ..... United States Department of Agriculture, 950 College Station Road, ...
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Tracing the Origins of Anthrax (code name AMERITHRAX)

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If Epstein didn't kill himself then how exactly did he die


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The Impeachment Hearings

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Impeachment is the process by which a legislative body levels charges against a government official. Impeachment does not in itself remove the official definitively from office; it is similar to an indictment in criminal law, and thus it is essentially the statement of charges against the official.

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According to the October 3rd, 2019 BerkeleySide article title Michael Diehl, longtime Berkeley activist, struck and killed by car he was a well-known activist for housing, freedom of speech plus and provided advocacy at Berkeley’s Mental Health Commission and other groups primarily located in the East Bay 
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Homeless patrol making a difference in Walnut Creek

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Wednesday, September 18, 2019
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (KGO) -- Walnut Creek this summer launched a new homeless patrol comprised of two police officers dedicated to following up on calls about transients. So far it's working, and other communities are looking to try something similar.

It all comes down to communication. Officers get to know the homeless by name, understanding their backstory to get them into the services and programs they need.

RELATED: Mobile hygiene unit for homeless 'CleanStart' launches in East Bay

On a ride-along, ABC7 news captured an arrest for possessing 10 grams of meth. Enough for 100 hits. It was in the possession of a homeless man living along the creek adjacent to Broadway Plaza shopping center-- he was arrested.

Officers connected with 66-year-old Wayne Malmgren who was once a guitarist. He was near the Whole Foods store in Walnut Creek with his wheelchair and several signs asking for assistance. Since his stroke, he has been homeless in Walnut Creek for a year.

Officer Domenick Clemente approached Wayne saying, "Hey Wayne-- you know the last time we spoke to you you were doing pretty well and you said you were waiting for housing so I want to find out how we can move this forward."

Malmgren said the officer's lookout for him.

RELATED: Looking for Answers: Homelessness in the Bay Area

"They make sure I don't screw up, which I can do. And trying to get me help."

Officer Clemente said, "Wayne knows he's doing really well. We're really proud of him. We're no longer getting six calls a day of a male drunk in the middle of the day lying in a crosswalk. "

Officers said 60 percent of the calls coming into Walnut Creek police are now about transients. Recently they moved out a camp on Jones Road wedged between the BART tracks and 680. There is a lot of garbage left behind that can cost tens of thousands of dollars to clean up.

Officer Gary Silva on the homeless patrol said, "The last individual I talk to on main street was from Pacheco. I said what are you doing here? He said I'm here to make money. I said how much did you make? He said $80. I said how long have you been here? He said 20 minutes. I said why did you come to Walnut Creek? He said because I can make more money here. I mean what do you say to that?"

RELATED: Fremont moves forward with homeless navigation center behind city hall

The police here say giving money can fuel drug addiction, that it's better to donate to agencies that can help the homeless like Trinity Center.

One officer said if they hold up a sign saying "anything will help" in this affluent community, they can make $40 an hour. At the holidays perhaps $100 an hour.
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Foxnews:Steve Bannon: Schiff did Trump a great service with impeachment hearings

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Orinda Attorney and Community Leader Rebecca Bauer-Kahan Announces Assembly Campaign

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Orinda Attorney and Community Leader
Rebecca Bauer-Kahan Announces Assembly Campaign

Bauer-Kahan Says She Will Focus on Problem Solving and Common-Sense Solutions

Orinda, CA — Rebecca Bauer-Kahan, an accomplished attorney, environmental advocate, community leader, law professor and mother, announced today that she is running for the California State Assembly in the 16th District. In a video released online, Bauer-Kahan said she is running for Assembly to ensure the state legislature is focused on the district’s and state’s most pressing issues and to better represent the community’s values.

“I am running for Assembly to stand up for our community’s core values and to bring my passion for solving problems to Sacramento. I will work tirelessly to get things done on the issues that matter most, and deliver for our community and our families,” said Bauer-Kahan.

“Today, California is on the front lines in the battle against the Trump Administration and extremists in Washington. Our community deserves a representative who will stand up to those forces and truly fight for what’s important. I hope the people of the 16th Assembly District will take a closer look at Republican Assemblywoman Catharine Baker – and once they do – they will find she is seriously out of step with the needs of this district.”

A Bay Area native, Bauer-Kahan has dedicated her career and personal time to improving her community, solving complex problems, protecting civil rights and fighting to ensure everyone has the opportunity to succeed.

As an attorney, Rebecca specialized in ensuring major corporations complied with environmental laws and regulations. She also oversaw her office’s pro bono program and expanded their efforts to include civil rights, immigration, homelessness and domestic violence. Earlier this year, she coordinated the legal services effort at SFO on behalf of the International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) to assist refugees and immigrants impacted by the Trump Administration’s travel ban.

Rebecca and her husband, Darren, live in Orinda with their three children and where she is a leader in a number of local non-profits and organizations. She teaches at a local law school, specializing in appellate law and legal research and writing.

Visit RebeccaBauerKahan.com to learn more about Rebecca and her campaign.

The 16th Assembly District includes parts of Contra Costa and Alameda Counties, including the cities and towns of Dublin, Lafayette, Livermore, Orinda, Pleasanton, San Ramon, Walnut Creek, Danville and Moraga.
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$750,000 in State Funding Secured For Illegal Dumping Pilot Program for Contra Costa and Alameda Counties

During the 1980s Pete Bennett operated Mainframe Designs Cabinets and Fixtures.  Bennett's shop generated several years of debris per week.  

Bennett targeted by Police Officers in Walnut Creek, Concord, Danville, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill, Martinez, Antioch, Lafayette, San Ramon and San Francisco never got a ticket for illegal dumping but did get a ticket for singing on Locust Street. 

When Bennett after receiving a series of tickets in Danville appeared in front of Judge Golub.  Bennett watched as the interpreter explained the fines to the unlicensed drivers and set the fines at $75 then when Bennett stood in front of Judge Golub Bennett received over $2,000 for the exact same fines. 

Over time Bennett called the ACLU and Bay Area Legal for help after his counsel in Bennett v. Collins and the town of Danville was severely beaten in Walnut Creek.  

$750,000 in State Funding Secured For Illegal Dumping Pilot Program for Contra Costa and Alameda Counties

Wednesday, November 13, 2019
Funding secured by efforts of Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan, Alameda District Attorney Nancy O’Malley and Contra Costa District Attorney Diana Becton
(Oakland) Today, Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan (D-Orinda) joined Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley, Contra Costa District Attorney Diana Becton, Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley and Contra Costa County Supervisor Burgis to announce funding for a one-year pilot program to combat illegal dumping in the two counties.
Working with her local partners,  Assemblymember Bauer-Kahan secured $750,000 in state budget to fund the program. Funds will pay for an enforcement officer in both Alameda and Contra Costa Counties and will help establish best practices that will be used to enforce illegal dumping laws across the state.
“This state funding will provide our counties with the resources they need to combat this difficult problem,” said Bauer-Kahan. “The funding will provide both counties with the ability to have a full time police officer to enforce illegal dumping laws and make a huge impact in tackling this problem” she concluded.
Illegal dumping investigations are typically time-consuming because, even if a suspect and license plate are captured on video, the suspect is commonly not the registered owner of the associated vehicle. These investigations require a significant amount of follow-up to develop sufficient evidence to file a criminal complaint or citation.  This is challenging because although cities commonly receive investigative leads relating to illegal dumping from the public, many police agencies don’t have the resources to investigate these leads because they are focused on violent crimes and other more serious offenses.
In addition to solving illegal dumping cases, the full-time designation of the two sworn peace officers designated exclusively to investigate illegal dumping cases will allow for the building of expertise regarding investigations.  Suspect interviews may also shed light on root causes and give more possible tools for local solutions.
“Illegal dumping is an environmental justice issue that disproportionately affects disadvantaged communities, and impacts the sense of well-being of all who live and work in neighborhoods where it is rampant,” says DA O’Malley.  “Unscrupulous commercial haulers as well as individual violators illegally dispose of construction debris, mattresses, and trash of all sorts, wreaking havoc on the environment, ruining neighborhood streets and forcing taxpayers pick up the tab to clean up the tremendous amounts of garbage dumped on city streets, highways, parks, and in our waterways.  Dumping “hot spots” become breeding grounds for vermin and impact public health.”
It is also anticipated that these funds will save taxpayer’s money in the long term. Some unscrupulous commercial haulers save money by illegally disposing construction debris, dirt, etc. while taxpayers pick up the tab, paying significant costs to clean up the tremendous amounts of garbage dumped on our city streets, highways, parks, and in our waterways.
“Illegal dumping puts entire communities at risk. It can harm the environment, endanger wildlife, threaten the health and safety of residents and adversely affect property values. The state funding will enhance efforts to combat illegal dumping in our communities,” says DA Becton.
This pilot allows the funding of two full-time officers, one in each county, working together in order to build networks, investigate, and stop illegal dumping.
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