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Trump Ukraine Conspirator Thought Going Public Might Help Him in Court. He Was Wrong. – Mother Jones

The Convictions roll in

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He was just convicted of six felonies.

Lev Parnas and his lawyer, Joseph Bondy, leave federal court in New York after Parnas' guilty verdict.John Lamparski/Sipa USA via AP

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Looking back, following the Michael Cohen model might not have been a great approach for Lev Parnas.

Parnas, the former friend, client, and globetrotting assistant to Rudy Giuliani, was convicted Friday afternoon on six felony counts related to campaign finance schemes aimed at buying influence with Republican lawmakers, including former President Donald Trump. Those charges were not directly related to the actions for which Parnas, a US citizen born in Ukraine, is best known. He’s best known, of course, for helping Giuliani, then Trump’s lawyer, solicit allegations from the Ukrainians that could be used to smear then-candidate Joe Biden and his son Hunter during the 2020 presidential race. Trump’s pressuring of Ukraine’s president to announce an investigation related to these bogus allegations is what led to his first impeachment. (Parnas, whose sentencing date is not set, faces another trial on fraud charges.)

Parnas and his pal Igor Fruman were arrested two years ago at DC’s Dulles International Airport holding one-way tickets to Vienna. Fruman followed a standard course for a high-profile federal criminal defendant, staying quiet and then, last month, pleading guilty. But Parnas opted for publicity, turning on Trumpworld, cooperating with the House’s impeachment investigation, and eventually appearing on the Rachel Maddow Show, where he laid out varied allegations about Trump and his advisers. 

With that approach, Parnas followed in the footsteps of Cohen, Trump’s former personal lawyer, who, after he was hit with tax and campaign finance charges (also levied by prosecutors in the Southern District of New York), famously turned on Trump and denounced him in a congressional hearing, even as he negotiated with prosecutors.

The tactical overlap between Parnas and Cohen was no coincidence. Lanny Davis, Cohen’s attorney, told me last year that Parnas’ lawyer had expressed admiration for his handling of the Cohen case, and said he “learned a lot” from it. That lawyer, Joseph Bondy, confirmed the conversation, but downplayed similarities between the two cases. One key similarity is that both clients went public with details of alleged criminality by Trump and his associates before securing a cooperation arrangement with prosecutors.

Southern District prosecutors famously frown on that. They don’t like working with publicity hounds. Also, by going public with allegations about Giuliani, who is under investigation by the same office, Parnas may have given away some of his leverage to negotiate a plea bargain. “I wouldn’t even attempt to explain what Mr. Bondy is doing,” said an attorney involved in the case. Davis, meanwhile, told me that media attention might help improve Parnas’ “credibility [and] his reputation, but it doesn’t help him get a deal.” 

By reputation and allegation, Parnas is something of a confidence man. He got people like Giuliani to trust him, and rich people to loan him money. In 2011, a Florida couple sued Parnas for stiffing them on a $350,000 loan he claimed was for a movie deal. He convinced wealthy businessmen around the world to finance his travel activities and, allegedly, political contributions that gave Parnas direct access to top Republican officials.

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With his publicity spree, Parnas appeared to be trying to charm the anti-Trump resistance in the hope that his new status as a whistleblower would help him in count. His lawyer had articulated a plan of sorts: Bondy said he hoped House Democrats would grant Parnas immunity for statements he made in potential congressional testimony. Bondy also has said he hoped his client would win a reduced sentence due to helping a congressional inquiry.

But Congress didn’t grant him immunity. Democrats declined even to accept his offer to testify last year, apparently fearing that Parnas lacked credibility. He never cut any deal with the federal prosecutors, either.

With today’s conviction, his ploy appears to have failed. We’ll see just how badly when he is sentenced.


The Living, Dead and Destroyed Outsourcing Stories

The Living, Dead and Destroyed Outsourcing Stories

Pete Bennett's grassroots efforts regarding the impact of the H-1b eventuall destroyed his family, career and his health.


Bennett appeared on PBS with Oracle Spokesman Robert Hoffman. The core topic was outsourcing of US Jobs and the impact of the H-1b visa.
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Nothing in San Francisco not even the reward for the murder of Officer Lester Garnier

Harris indicts Childs

Indict, fire or kill US Programmers so as too outsource your personal reocords.
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Mr. Childs was seen at Pacific IT Professionals a 4,000 member IT Professional association

Outsourcing Clearing Procedure

Bennett met Mr. Childs at local tech meetings. Many in tech consider his arrest and charge overkill but length of sentence more disturbing.
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Nothing in San Francisco not even the reward for the murder of Officer Lester Garnier

The Untold Dead Candidates Stories

What Pete Bennett and Kamala Harris know but only Pete is will to share.

2016 ~ Pete Bennett beaten downtown Walnut Creek

the 1984 Timothy Lee Murder on Concord CA

Pete Bennett a resident of Contra Costa County since 1978 sat back for years watching endless incidents of murders, hate crimes and setups of suspects. His first case was a car arson fire at the end of Santa Monica Drive.

1982 to 1996 The Railroad Billionaire

Philip Anschutz Chairman of Southern Pacific
The KKK comes around

Attorney Rick Kopf appeared in Contra Costa County Superior Court on behalf of Southern Pacific. Back in 1989 this collection of parties from Southern Pacific likely colluded in destroying Bennett vs. Southern Pacific by killing a key witness.

Today Bennett believes the murders and hate crimes lead to the investigators.

1he 1978 KKK Invitation

The KKK comes around
Bennett relocated to Walnut Creek California during June 1978 renting a cottage house next to Coop Grocery on Geary Road. The property was owned by Jack Bennett (Cousin) and Irene Gorgas of Ideal Homes located on N. Main at Geary.

1979-1992 ~ Sheriff Rainey

The KKK comes around
Sheriff Richard Rainey has part of Contra Costa Sheriff since the mid sixties. Bennett arrived in June 1978 where he ran into a series of people clearly connected to the KKK. Given the large number of cold cases something is amiss in the statistics.

1979-1992 ~ Mark Peterson

The KKK comes around
Mark Peterson held the highest level of trust in Contra Costa County as District Attorney. During June 2017 Peterson was charged with perjury connected his fibbing on Fair Political Practices forms (FPPC). During 2010 Bennett met with Peterson with at least a dozen withenss.

Southern Pacific General Counsel

The KKK comes around
This attorney and his connections to the inner power structure of Contra Costa County was defense council in the Matter of Bennett vs. Southern Pacific filed in 1987 lost in 1990.

2003 to 2015 Mark Coon

The KKK comes around
Mark Coon was the most gracious person. He met with Pete Bennett in regards to the City of Concord Entertainment Permit. The dispute arose when Bennett attempted to busk downtown in Todos Santos Park. Bennett went the Concord Police Department where he met with Chief Livingston. Years later Bennett realized Livingston was present at the Pine Wood Derby the same weekend his sons were taken.

Former PG&E Contractor Pete Bennett file papers to run for Walnut Creek City Council but Walnut Creek Officers escorted him the building with loaded weapons. Part 1 of 4

Former PG&E Contractor Pete Bennett file papers to run for Walnut Creek City Council but Walnut Creek Officers escorted him the building with loaded weapons.  

Part 1 is covered by a East Bay Times Editorial.  Follow The Unarmed Constituent, The Unarmed Candidate and the The Bennett Kidnapping Incidents which is directly linked to Police Officers currently and formerly employed in Walnut Creek.


There’s blame on both sides for the Walnut Creek City Council’s dysfunction.
Consequently, although there are three council openings in the upcoming election, we endorse only two candidates, incumbent Loella Haskew and Kevin Wilk, former member of the transportation and arts commissions.

We cannot back either of the other two candidates, incumbents Bob Simmons and Justin Wedel, because of their actions during their current terms.
It’s a shame. Walnut Creek is on better financial footing than most cities, although its pension debt continues to rise. Nevertheless, Simmons, Haskew and Wilk want to eventually put a sales tax hike before voters. We remain to be convinced of the need.

Walnut Creek city council candidate Loella Haskew is photographed at the East Bay Times studio in Walnut Creek, Calif., on Monday, Oct. 10, 2016. (Laura A. Oda/Bay Area News Group)
Loella Haskew (Laura A. Oda/Bay Area News Group)

We back Haskew and Wilk despite their sales tax push. And that issue doesn’t determine our rejection of Simmons.
Rather, it’s the heavy-handed way he and Councilwoman Cindy Silva behaved during a 2013 child sexual abuse investigation. The probe stemmed from revelations that a part-time usher coordinator at the city’s Lesher Center for the Arts sent a 13-year-old inappropriate social media messages.
State law requires administrators and employees involved with children’s programs to report suspected child abuse to authorities. Walnut Creek police claimed that city employees failed to do so. The independent investigation showed otherwise.

Walnut Creek city council candidate Kevin Wilk is photographed at the East Bay Times studio in Walnut Creek, Calif., on Monday, Oct. 10, 2016. (Laura A. Oda/Bay Area News Group)
Kevin Wilk (Laura A. Oda/Bay Area News Group)

But the investigation concluded that City Manager Ken Nordhoff impeded the probe by evading questions and had placed four employees on leave while remaining silent about his own knowledge of the case.
After the council learned of the findings about Nordhoff, Simmons and Silva tried to derail the investigation, City Attorney Bryan Wenter told this newspaper after he resigned over the incident.
In a meeting with Wenter, the two accused him of abusing his power, and his upcoming job review was mentioned. Simmons and Silva claim they were just trying to speed up the investigation.
Even if their account were true, Simmons and Silva had no business acting on their own to direct the city attorney. That was unacceptable. Making matters worse, Simmons was evasive when we asked him about the incident this week.
As for Wedel, he went overboard in the opposite direction. He felt Nordhoff should have resigned and, as recently as November, publicly upbraided the city manager. It was counterproductive.
Nordhoff should have been punished short of termination. We know of no punishment. Last week, more than three years after the investigation, he announced he is leaving to take another job.
We wish we could back Wedel, even though we disagree with him on many policy issues. Walnut Creek needs divergent and younger voices.
One of the most promising, Kristina Lawson, the top vote-getter in 2010, opted not to seek re-election in 2014 because of “an unproductive and toxic environment” on the City Council.
That must change.


The Walnut Creek City Council Voter Fraud Investigation and DA Peterson the Felon

Cindy Silva heard Pete Bennett for the first time during the November 2, 2011 Council Meeting.

Several weeks later the defendant in Bennett v. Collins fell to his death.  During a March 2005 several 'friends" with badges arrived from Santa Clara County District Attorney Officers. 

Bought me a beer to coerce me?  

2018 Endorsements

My sincere thanks to all who have shown their confidence in me by endorsing my re-election candidacy for Walnut Creek City Council.

Who Supports Cindy


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Merle Hall
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Dick Hildebrand
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Gwen Regalia
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Scott Perkins, San Ramon City Council
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Tom Bassett, Design Review Commissioner (former)
Joe Bologna, Arts Commissioner (former)
Polly Bradbury, Arts Commissioner (former)
Bob Brittain, Parks, Recreation & Open Space Commissioner (former)
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Lonna Coleman, Arts Commissioner (former)
Daphne Cothren, Design Review Commissioner (former)
Glynnis Cowdery, Arts Commissioner
Cindy Darling, Planning Commissioner
Jodi Davenport, Parks, Recreation & Open Space Commissioner
Tom Donahoe, Arts Commissioner (former)
Jane Emanuel, Arts Commissioner
Carol Fowler, Arts Commissioner (former)
Neil Gerstner, Planning Commissioner (former)
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Eric Harrison, Planning Commissioner
Bill Hunt, Parks, Recreation & Open Space Commissioner (former)
Lesley Hunt, Planning Commissioner (former)
Jerry Kaplan, Planning Commissioner (former)
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Brian Kilian, Design Review Commissioner
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Brian Krcelic, Planning Commissioner
Dan Lawrence, Park, Recreation & Open Space Commissioner (former)
Peter Lezak, Planning Commissioner
Mark Lopez, Design Review Commissioner (former)
Carla Ludwig, Parks, Recreation & Open Space Commissioner (former)
Jon Malkovich, Planning Commission (former)
Dorothy McDonald, Design Review Commissioner (former)
Ian McLaughlin, Parks, Recreation & Open Space Commissioner (former)
Ann Merideth, Arts Commissioner
Paul Meyerhofer, Transportation Commissioner (former)
Danny Milks, Transportation Commissioner
Allan Moore, Planning Commissioner
Jim Murray, Contra Costa Mosquito & Disease Vector Control District, Trustee
Art Oller, Parks, Recreation & Open Space Commissioner
Tom O'Toole, Transportation Commissioner (former)
Jim Pezzaglia, Arts Commissioner (former)
Bob Pickett, Planning Commissioner
Dave Powell, Planning Commissioner (former)
Steve Reiser, Planning Commissioner
Anna Sagastegui, Arts Commissioner
Nan Siegel, Arts Commissioner (former)
Kenneth Strongman, Transportation Commissioner
Rick Underwood, Parks, Recreation & Open Space Commissioner (former)
Carlos Velilla, Design Review Commission
Phil Volkmann, Design Review Commissioner (former)
Clark Wallace, Contra Costa Assessment Appeals Board Member
Melissa Ward, Transportation Commissioner
Michael Weiner, Civic Arts Education Advisory Council (former)
Fred Weston, Parks, Recreation & Open Space Commissioner
Tom Worthy, Parks, Recreation & Open Space Commissioner (former)
Dominique Yancey, SRV Fire District


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