The Anatomy of Public Corruption

Connecting Success Factors to Bennett

The Dubious Phone Call and Time-Wasting Project
The folks at TPG will have to answer to my Whistleblower Complaints on the truly odd collection of RFPs emanating from companies connected to Richard Blum, William McGlashan, CBRE, Regency Centers, Trammel Crow, Lennar, Catellus.

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.  

Then the goodfellows at the AFL-CIO a division Contra Costa Politics

Quick Facts

Hard Facts

PG&E Gas Can Man

In 2010, persons in my offices I know suspect are behind many arson fires in Contra Costa County plus Bay Area. Right around the San Bruno Explosion two individuals were in my offices.

Fluid Dynamics and the San Bruno Explosion

Suspect A Retired SFPD Lt David Oberhoffer - embroiled in Crime Lab Scandal, first officer on scene in the San Francisco
Suspect B: PG&E High Performance Engineer
Suspect C:Deep embed with ties to Tanabe, Wielsch and Judge Golub
Suspect D:Former General Counsel for PG&E CPUC and Regulartory Affairs
Suspect E:Attorney Lisa Trapani former associate of Atty. Dick Grossman, retired Walnut Creek PD, Former Bomb Squad Leader, tampered with known Federal Witness, strong connections to the
The Golub Conspiracy

Suspect D:Contra Costa County Deputy Vince Jimenez who placed Armando Ibarra in Bennett's cell with the premeditated intent to harm or kill, even stronger connection to the
 CNET Consiracy

Suspect E: Walnut Creek Officer Vessor who arrested Bennett at Safeway parking lot at 600 S. Broadway Walnut Creek CA, site of many Bennett incidents, work location of Suicide Victim Jamie Sheets then embroiled in the Bacteria
case with Doc's Pharmacy Walnut Creek,

Walnut Creek Explosion Nov. 2004 Explosion


Five Dead Workers, three to five dead witnessesFive Dead Workers, three to five dead witnesses

DA Investigator found me at Burger King asking probing questions, later recognized him in this picture. One of many revelations.

The Burger King questioning revealed yet another interested party. Another person with a vested interest with facts about the Nov. 2004 Explosion that killed five.

He has a young son who was five on Christmas Eve 2013 at the Walnut Creek Burger King. One thing they never noticed is the FBI agents trolling near me.

Solano County Board Member

300x200 He has a young son who was five on Christmas Eve 2013, on Thanksgving
Day, Linda Siefert of Solano County Board of Supervisors decided to strut her stuff at the Walnut Creek Starbucks,

Walnut Creek Explosion 2004

300x200 Facts:

Workers: Five Dead Workers

Witnesses Group #1: Alicia Driscoll / Jineva - June 2005 Murder Suicide

Witnesses Group #2: Ellen Sabudaquria - First person witness -never deposed, witnessed two men on fire running to Las Lomas High School

Witnesses Group #3: LLHS Students near field and pool area


Murder Suicide at KCRA California Man Allegedly Murdered Family-of-Four — Including 2 Kids — with 'Blunt Force Instrument'



The trial for a Sacramento suspect charged in the murders of his wife, two children and niece will move forward.

Salvador Vasquez-Oliva was 56 years old at the time of the March 2017 murders. He was arrested shortly after the murders in the Bay Area. Investigators said he confessed to family members about the killings.

Mia Vasquez, 14, and Alvin Vasquez, 11

His wife, 45-year-old Angelique Vasquez and their 11-year-old son Alvin, 14-year-old daughter Mia and 21-year-old niece Ashley Coleman were found dead inside their South Land Park home.

Mia Vasquez, 14, and Alvin Vasquez, 11

"I was the godmother to Mia and Alvin. I was in the wedding of Angelique and that man," Christiane Medina said. “They were sweet kids. Mia was just starting adolescence. Alvin loved his grandpa. Mia looked up to Ashley as her older cousin, and they had a really sweet relationship."

A motive behind the killings is still unknown.

“(Angelique) was always full of love and optimism," Medina said. "Seeing the best in people. Big heart, really big heart, and a beautiful laugh too."

Photo of Angelique Vasquez, 45, (right), and a photo of Ashley Coleman, 21, (left) provided to KCRA 3 by her mother.
Family photos
Angelique Vasquez, 45, (right), and a photo of Ashley Coleman, 21, (left)

Medina, along with several loved ones, was in court Friday to support Angelique Vasquez’s parents, who are in their 80s and haven’t been able to bring themselves to attend the hearings.

"They lost most of their family,” Medina said. “To someone they opened the door to and welcomed in their home."

Family members did not want to get into the marriage dynamic between the couple.

"I'm here because of them. Because they didn't get a chance,” Medina said. "It's important for us to be here (Friday) to let them know that we are not forgetting, and he needs to be held accountable for what he did."

Christiane Medina
Christiane Medina

Vasquez-Oliva used a blunt force instrument against his children, whose bodies were found in the garage bound by the legs with a plastic bag over their heads, according to prosecutors.

Angelique Vasquez was reportedly killed with blunt force and lacerations with a sharp object. Coleman was killed with a knife, according to the criminal complaint. Both adults were found in the living room.

"I both pray and I am very angry,” Medina said. "I can't imagine anybody doing that. To their own children. To the wife who he always said he loved."

Salvador Vasquez-Oliva, 56, of Sacramento, was arrested on Friday, March 24, 2017, in connection with a quadruple homicide in south Land Park, the Sacramento Police Department said.
Courtesy of the Sacramento Police Department
Salvador Vasquez-Oliva

Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty, which Vasquez-Oliva’s public defender, Linda Parisi, is contesting.

Vasquez-Oliva used a Spanish interpreter during the hearing. However, he was employed by the California Employment Development Department as an office technician, and friends of the victims said Angelique Vasquez did not speak Spanish.

The prosecution is planning for the trial to begin in August 2019


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