The Anatomy of Public Corruption

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Hello, Daniel Horowitz! now playing Truth and Consequences

Hello, Daniel Horowitz!

There is sealed court order in a court case between Joseph Lynch and Contra Costa County payoff fund where they spend your money to jail your students and kidnapped my sons.  But wait there is more - they killed my relatives in Utah. 
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Prisoner Scott Dyleski

Convicted of killing the wife of CNN Attorney Daniel Horowitz in 2007 but accussed of killing a women much larger and stronger

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The Suicide of Concord City Attorney Mark Coon - The Bennett / Coon Meeting in April 2012

I really liked Mark when we met, as they've said "One of the good guys", he was and his death was tragic, his kids will suffer, his widow will move forward.  The rest of us might survie the Battle of Giant REIT's who crave the barren lands of the Concord Naval Weapons Station.  Sale approved by Donald Rumsfeld who was in San Franciso a month or more after San Bruno Explosion on Sept 6th, 2010. 
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Hello, Contra Costa County!

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Sadest Tragic Self Destructing Career Moves ever

My personal connection to Wielsch wasn't obvious until someone in Concord reminded me about his fathers Nazi Prison Gaurd past.  Then I remembered how I knew Wielsch's - his father rented shop space a few doors down from shop on Cloverdale Ave Concord CA in 1981.
Butler emerged in the late 80s in the east county when he was an Antioch cop with Wielsch and Tanabe.  I met Officer Loius Lombardi with his gun drawn pointed at my head staying I was dealing drugs.  WTF

Vultures via Culture

One day in 2010 or earlier friends revealed losses in real estate were sealed via a Bankruptcy. Later I learned it was Benny Chetcuti Jr. whose sister was married to Chirs Butler arrested in 2011 for stealing drugs siezed in drug raids via his pal Commander Normon Wielsch.

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The Pamela Vitale Murder - an out of tune riddle played on a fiddle

Horowitz recounts finding wife's body

Friend says TV legal analyst 'pretty sure' who bludgeoned wife

Wednesday, October 19, 2005; Posted: 9:40 a.m. EDT (13:40 GMT)

Horowitz: "I just told her, 'I love you, and you're beautiful.' "


Daniel Horowitz
San Francisco (California)
LAFAYETTE, California (CNN) -- High-profile defense attorney and TV legal analyst Daniel Horowitz said Tuesday he knew his wife, Pamela Vitale, was dead as soon as he saw her lying inside their temporary home Saturday evening.
"I took it all in, and I knew she was dead," Horowitz told CNN's Nancy Grace in an exclusive interview.
"You scream, you cry. But I just basically sat with her, and I just told her, 'I love you, and you're beautiful,'" Horowitz said.
"It didn't matter any more what was around her, or the horror," he said. "I had just so much time with Pamela, so I just looked at her face, and it was beautiful." (Watch Horowitz describe his last minutes with his wife's body -- 4:50)
After reporting her death to police, Horowitz said he was put in the back of a squad car and not allowed to return to the trailer to see his wife.
He was later taken to the police station, where he was placed in a room normally used for juveniles.
Horowitz, 50, said police monitored him as a person who might commit suicide, but he said he had no intention of killing himself.
Horowitz said he found Vitale, 52, when he returned from San Francisco to the mobile home where the couple was living while their dream house was being built nearby on a remote hilltop near Lafayette in Contra Costa County east of Oakland.
Medical examiners concluded Monday that Vitale died from blunt trauma to the head, said a spokesman for the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Department.
Investigators were still on the property Tuesday looking for evidence.
Horowitz said he had been in San Francisco preparing for the trial of Susan Polk, accused of stabbing to death her millionaire husband in 2002.
The judge declared a mistrial Monday in the high-profile Polk case because of Vitale's slaying.
On Tuesday, Joseph Lynch, a tenant on Horowitz's property, dismissed as "ridiculous" the suggestion that police were focusing on him as a suspect, telling CNN he had nothing to do with Vitale's death.
"I am innocent. I have not been on the premises up there," Lynch said.
Officials have described Lynch as cooperative and said he is one of many people they have spoken with about the case.
Four months ago, Horowitz and Vitale petitioned for a restraining order against Lynch, charging that he was dangerous. But Horowitz told CNN they never had the order served because they feared inflaming the situation.
Lynch acknowledged he has had trouble with alcohol and drugs, including methamphetamines, for more than 20 years, but he said he has put those troubles behind him.
He said Horowitz had been supportive, even writing a letter on his behalf to the judge after he was charged with driving while under the influence.
"I've been a real jerk over the years, but now I'm clean, sober and trying to concentrate on the present and the future," Lynch said. He would not say how long he had been off drugs, only that he was "currently clean."
Jimmy Lee, a spokesman for the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Department, said Monday that the case remains "wide open."
"We're looking at all possible theories and motives. We're not focused in one area," Lee said.
Ivan Golde, a fellow attorney and friend of Horowitz, said Tuesday on CNN's "Larry King Live" that Horowitz "is pretty sure who did this crime" but cannot identify the person publicly.
Golde had earlier said police were "zeroing in" on Lynch as a potential suspect.
In response, Lynch said, "It doesn't matter what he says. I didn't do it."
Golde, who is Horowitz's co-counsel in the Polk trial, said he was "confident" there was no connection between that case and Vitale's slaying.
Horowitz and Vitale had been building a 7,000-square-foot Italian-style mansion for the past two years. It was primarily her dream house and she supervised the project down to the last detail, Horowitz told CNN.
He said he is aware that media attention will "probably" turn to him as a suspect in his wife's death.
"I don't care," he said. "My wife is gone. ... It doesn't matter. What's the difference?"
Horowitz has represented numerous high-profile defendants and appears frequently as a legal analyst on cable television networks, including CNN.
Golde said Horowitz carried a gun because "he received threats from time-to-time."
"Dan had to protect himself," he said
CNN's Rusty Dornin and Ted Rowlands contributed to this report.

The Kazakhstan Murder and the Town of Danville

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What I know about the Pamela Vitale murder leads into other notable case.  The case against Scott Peterson was won in part by the testimony of Dr. Brian Peterson.

Unknown to the court was Contra Costa District Attorney Investigator George Driscoll.  What was left out was George and Dr. Brian Peterson shared investigative history with NCIS.

His Sister and Niece

ace Peterson a

Perfectly Framed: The Scott Peterson Story and the Conviction of the DA

Perfectly Framed 
The Scott Peterson Story 
The Strack Murders
The Driscoll Murders
The Walker Family Murders

The Conviction of District Attorney Mark Peterson

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