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Concord City Attorney Mark Coon has passed away,

Image Notes: Pete Bennett began tracking incidents in Walnut Creek and surrounding cities many years ago.  In part due to the millions lost in Contra Costa Superior Court where Bennett losses can be directly tied to the murders of witnesses, defendants and in some cases Police Officers.

This location of Walnut Creek contains other stories untold, hidden or concealed by Walnut Creek Police, City Council and Employees of the Walnut Creek. 

Few know that the Walnut Creek Police Department is quietly removing officers via a unknown California Department of Justice investigation.  One officer was Greg Thompson who I encountered many times over many decades decided to take out a black woman in Richmond CA.

I am sure his time in jail was served with Coffee and Donuts.   

Concord City Attorney Mark Coon has passed away, according to an email sent to all city staff by Concord City Manager Valerie Barone.

Details of his death are not known at this time, but we’re hearing he died earlier this morning in Walnut Creek.

The City of Concord has closed all city offices, and tonight’s council meeting has been canceled.
Grief counselors have also been brought in for any city employee wishing to talk, according to the email.
UPDATE, 3:53pm: The City of Concord has released the following statement:

“The City of Concord is mourni
ng the loss of City Attorney Mark Coon. Coon served as Concord’s City Attorney since 2012.
“I have known Mark for many years and respected him both as a City employee and as a friend,” said City Manager Valerie Barone. “The City has suffered a great loss that will be felt for many years. Our thoughts are with his family at this sad time.”

Grief counselors have been made available to City employees. Tonight’s City Council meeting and Closed Session have been cancelled.

Coon was first hired by the City in January 2002 as a Deputy City Attorney. He was promoted to Assistant City Attorney in September 2004 and promoted to Senior Assistant City Attorney in January 2010. He was named City Attorney by the Concord City Council in 2012.”

UPDATE, 5:14pm: His death has been ruled a suicide.


This Chief of Police is going down in connection to the names surrounding his Mormon Sniper Network.  

Unfortunately the path to Adam Elliot, FBI Frank Doyle Jr. and his Grandfather Major General Dan Helix is bound via their mutual connection to the the Centennial Games in Atlanta, Los Angles, and Salt Lake City where one of former peers after Irwin Home Equity was killed like so many others rear ended by a Semi_Truck just outside of Las Vegas. 

ADAM ROY ELLIOT former Clayton Valley High School 

The unfortunate deaths of numerous students bears remarkable similarities on Contra Costa County resident.  Pete Bennett and Dan Helix of Concord who is the grandfather of Adam was like Bennett v. Southern Pacific was embroiled in ligation with BNSF connected to a 1986 deal with Southern Pacific Transportation.

Bennett and Helix each have relatives that went to sleep.  Each us knew City Attorney Mark Coon who committed suicide in Walnut Creek CA. 
Adam R. Elliot
Resident of Sacramento
ADAM ROY ELLIOT pitched for the NY Mets minor league, MVP Clayton Valley High School 2001, 2002, MVP CABA High School World Series 2001, Defensive MVP in the USSSA Championships 2010. His last at bat was a grand slam on June 22, 2013. Adam, 29, died in his sleep on June 25, 2013 in Las Vegas. After retiring from pro baseball in 2005, he worked in the construction field. Besides baseball and softball, Adam loved to fish, play golf, the shooting range, loved AJ and Nikita (his dogs), Dice w/Buddies, and basically any game you put in front of him. Adam was the ultimate gamer, w/an "its all good" "I got this" attitude. Adam often spent time coaching and encouraging young players. He had a generous, giving and loving nature. Adam was jovial with an infectious personality. His charming grin and golden heart had adults adopting him as their son and children holding him up as their role model. There is no question that, like some of our heroes who were taken from us too early, Adam has left his mark. Go to www.softballcenter/adam-elliot/ to share with friends and family. Adam is survived by his loving mother Mary Lou Elliot, father David Elliot Orlinsky, brother Michael Orlinsky, half sister Liat Orlinsky, grandparents Dan and Mary Lou Helix and Rina Orlinsky, fiancé Catia Saraiva, godparents Ken and Diane Caillat, Uncles Ethan Orlinsky and Dan Helix, cousins Dustin Mozian, Zachary, Candace and Spencer Helix. Memorial Service will be held on Sunday, July 7, 2013 at 1:30 PM at Hillside Covenant Church, 2060 Magnolia Way, Walnut Creek. Memorials can be made to the Community Youth Center of Concord who was like family to Adam.

Major General Joseph Franklin

Major General Joseph Franklin

(USA, Retired, USMA 1955)

Born in 1933 in the small Appalachian town of Cumberland, Maryland, Franklin won a competitive appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1951 and graduated in 1955 with a a commission in the United States Army Corps of Engineers.
After preliminary military schooling, which included Parachute and Ranger qualification, Franklin was assigned to Karlsruhe, Germany where he served with Combat Engineering units until 1959. He was then sent to MIT to earn a Masters Degree in Civil Engineering and Nuclear Engineering. In 1961 Joseph Franklin was assigned to the Army's Nuclear Power Program, headquartered at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. where he was Project Manager for the installation of a nuclear power plant on board a converted Liberty ship. In 1963 Franklin was assigned to command Camp Century, a nuclear-powered research outpost on the Greenland Icecap. He directed the shutdown and disassembly of the nuclear power plant, shipping the entire facility back to the United States in 1964.
Selected for instructor duty at West Point in 1965, Franklin taught the first Nuclear Engineering course and coached the football and ski teams during his three years as an Assistant Professor at the Academy. After a year's further study at the Naval War College, Franklin he shipped out to Vietnam to command a Combat Engineer Battalion in the Central Highlands, ending his tour after participating in the 1970 operations in Cambodia.
The decade of the 1970's was taken up with Joint Staff duties in the Pentagon, including assignment as Executive Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, plus a Brigade Command at Fort Knox, Kentucky, and another year of study at the Army War College.
Promoted to Brigadier General in 1979, Franklin was selected to be Commandant of Cadets at West Point where he served until 1982. A tour of duty as Assistant Commander of the 25th Infantry Division in Hawaii was followed by promotion to Major General and assignment in 1983 as Chief of the Joint US Military Group and Senior US Defense Representative in Spain. Franklin chose to retire in 1987, and remained in Spain, founding Franklin, S.A. a Spanish business consultancy located in Madrid, specializing in investments and joint ventures.
He was elected to the Board of Directors of several Spanish and American companies and returned to the United States in 1993, when he was elected Chief Executive Officer of Frequency Electronics, Inc. He has remained as Chairman of the Board of Frequency Electronics, Inc. since 1999. He also serves on the Board of Directors of RKO Pictures and Kriss-USA, a Swiss manufacturer of advanced technology small arms for military and civilian applications.

Bennett/City Attorney Mark Coon Meeting


Friends with Margaret Lesher
Son Found Dead Oct 2015 in New Orleans
Friends with everyone, known to politicians throughout Contra Costa County

Top Row: Contra Costa Board of Supervisors
Seated: Pete Bennett and Ralph H.
Top Right: The Strack Family
Bottom Right: John T. Nejedly


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