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beware the legal services scam

Aug 13th 2019 at 6:23 AM

As I've researched this story with the tangled, deceitful, web-like lines of entrapment, which have entangled the lives of many Bakersfield and Fresno area residents; I think I have found the spider at the center of the web. There has been much talk in the news lately of "liberal judges," "Activist Judges," "Extremist Judges" and "Partisan Judges." Yet wedding party judge, which is not being talked about, is the old-fashioned "Corrupt Judge." To me it is the corrupt judge, the one who works best for bribes, for favors, or who hands out bribes and favors to others, which is in the rotten core products is wrong using this country's legal system. Judge Lawrence J. O'Neil, I think, qualifies of 1 with the great corrupt judges of all time!

Why do I feel that? The IRS case against Dr. Steven V. Booth alone has shown how corrupt this judge Lawrence J. O'Neil is. He started by signing a vague and suspect search warrant for that IRS. The warrant ended up being search the premises of Dr. Booth and another defendant; it turned out so vague that it have also been an excuse to merely ransack the citizen's homes. The homes were ransacked, money and the personal property went missing and also the co-defendants' lawyers called them about it. Judge Lawrence J. O'Neil only agreed to be a magistrate. You see magistrate judges only have statutory authority and if someone challenges their work, which someone did, they have got no authority to determine their case, instead, it should be heard by an Article Three Federal Judge. Lawrence J. O'Neil wasn't legally designed to rule on whether his very own signed warrant was valid after it was questioned. He should have rescued himself. Instead, he buried the situation until he was catapulted from as being a magistrate to being a fully-fledged Federal Judge after being nominated by President G.W. Bush in 2007. Oddly, the situation involving his signing of an disputed search warrant as being a magistrate now was the target of his jurisdiction! O'Neil needs to have recused himself if so also. This is what he did wrong, he ruled on his search warrant as to whether it had been valid or invalid just because the IRS was making their criminal case against Dr. Booth with his fantastic co-defendant. Evidence was then submit by the IRS that will have never been allowed. Talk about letting the fox guard the henhouse!

Judge Lawrence J. O'Neil then proceeded to get one with the most arrogant, heartless and cruel judges about the Federal Court dais. He continually handed down severe, almost medieval sentences. He quashed bills about cutting California carbon emissions in favor of the Big Oil companies. He was said by his colleagues to become an extremist judge. Yet, what he explained and did to Dr. Booth's co-defendant was indeed a crime bred from corruption. Judge Lawrence was washing the backs in the IRS when they washed his. The co-defendant was developed aware by a number of friends and attorneys that there would be a cabal of judges and lawyers in Fresno that had just about staked an insurance claim for the Federal Courts. Anyone crossing this gang of corrupt personages was certain to feel their wrath. In his case, every time the co-defendant attempted to make a motion to save lots of himself, Lawrence O'Neil quashed it. He would not reverse his decision on the search warrant, allowing evidence to be taken to the situation that's just circumstantial. "Right to some speedy trial" for your co-defendant? Denied! Then, mixing the trial of Booth using the co-defendant as though they had been some type of criminal cohorts, O'Neil allowed Booth's perjured testimony being seen as "proof" the co-defendant had bilked the government out of millions of dollars! Calling Booth's trust manager a "slick, cagey, wily con-man who only agreed to be upset over getting caught, as opposed to having committed an offence" he sentenced him to 9 long years in Federal prison, while using the IRS "$4,000,000.00 estimate" of what Booth owed them, being a basis for the harsh sentencing! Even though he knew full-well that Booth only owed $207,000, which his tax burden had nothing to do with his co-defendant's case.

However, it gets worse. For the co-defendant, himself reported in my opinion that an attorney for the court was ushered into his cell, (not into an anteroom or meeting room and other area where most such conversations take place in prison, but in the actual defendant's cell, like he were some form of Death Row inmate). There he was offered an arrangement. It seems that Judge Lawrence J. O'Neil would not think he was guilty of conning the us government. Instead, he was angry as hell he would not deed on the properties in the portfolio returning to Booth. So now, O'Neil was cutting an offer with respect to Booth and the IRS! If the co-defendant would simply revenues his 5% portion in the properties, and convince the organization he worked for to present over their 95%, he'd be released. Case closed. Records expunged.

Now this man faced a true dilemma. Either make a move patently wrong because the IRS had convinced a jury that every the different trusts involved were "shams," he would be signing documents having said that this is correct and true, that he was obviously a criminal and his awesome life's work a sham. He could be relinquishing properties, which are legally bought and taken care of and mostly inside hands of your corporation he worked for, which may also be seen to become disreputable if he did as Judge Lawrence J. O'Neil demanded. He would then ought to attempt to convince his partners to perform likewise. Then although be freed. Or, he could say no and spend 20 years in prison. He was put between the veritable rock as well as a hard place. His wife needed him out and working. His associates needed him to be out, instead of that, his reputation re-established. His kids needed him. His community needed him. He had been in jail and eager for freedom. Yet if he did what Lawrence J. O'Neil asked, although be denying every principle he ever stood for or advocated.

After a long night of prayer, he gave his answer to his wife and his attorney and Lawrence J. O'Neil. "No deal." This man had chosen prison over lying and wrongdoing. He wouldn't normally give in the properties to the IRS. Instead, he would fight all of them. Now you inform me, what con-man, with a deal like that, that may free him to carry out his daily confidence games, would NOT have taken the offer? Only an honest man would say "I'm residing in jail!" In the final, Judge Lawrence O'Neil's evil plan did not work. This is only as he was facing down a considerable man; somebody who wouldn't rollover and play his games.

The co-defendant in the Booth criminal case was finally released on appeal. He remains under house arrest, not able to work, to make a living, traveling as well as to walk to the local store. He wears a Federally mandated ankle alarm bracelet, that this Feds want him to fund even though they've disallowed him the legal right to work! They still work their evil machinations from this man who stood as much as them and to the vile Judge Lawrence J. O'Neil, who sentences men to 750 years in prison and does not care if his children choke on the noxious polluted air of California, so long as his Big Oil bedfellows are content.

Having heard all of this I realized, Judge Lawrence J. O'Neil is the wily, cagey con-artist here. He's body fat spider spinning the web to entrap and entangle innocent people. He does it for power and favor and funds. He's the ringleader in the Fresno/IRS gang, pursuing chiropractors and business managers as opposed to drug lords and crime king-pins. This man needs to get exposed. He's not fit being a judge. And he needs to become in a very cell somewhere contemplating his failings, rather than lording it over others.

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