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    Munir Uwaydah, June 2010, copyright Lonce Lamonte

    Preliminary Hearing For Defendant Leticia Lemus Continues in Uwaydah Case in DTLA on Afternoon of January 26th 2021. Her Lawyer Made It Obvious He Hadn’t Read The Discovery.

    Dayan Mathai, the lead prosecutor, asked the witness, Sergeant McCrillis, more about the prescription formularies and if Marisa Schermbeck said the doctors’ signatures were signed to those formularies.  She told him yes, the doctors’ signatures were signed or forged on the formularies.   Most often, Dr. Johnson’s signature was forged.  And Marisa said she witnessed the... Read More
    Dr. Munir Uwaydah, circa 2008. All rights reserved, copyrighted.

    Marisa Tells Witness Sergeant McCrillis How Every Box In The Formulary Was To Be Checked In Downtown L.A. Dr. Uwaydah Case

    In downtown Los Angeles, the Preliminary Hearing for Dr. Uwaydah manager, Leticia Lemus, continued in the afternoon of January 26th 2021. Witness Sergeant McCrillis testified further that Marisa Schermbeck, who proffered to the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office in 2017 when she was granted immunity for her testimony, told him Dr. Uwaydah’s entire objective was... Read More
    Dr. Munir Uwaydah at year’s end 2008. Copyright Lonce Lamonte, all rights reserved

    Sergeant Tim McCrillis Further Testifies In L.A. Preliminary Hearing For Uwaydah Manager Leticia Lemus.  Tells How Marisa Schermbeck Said Dr. Uwaydah Had Sexual Relations With Women In His Organization To Control Them. 

    Sergeant Tim McCrillis, lead investigator for the Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah case in downtown Los Angeles, took to the witness stand once again after the recall of witness Jane Ngo in the preliminary hearing for Dr. Uwaydah manager, Leticia Lemus.  The date was January 26th 2021. Clean cut Tim McCrillis, who has been lead investigator... Read More

    Farm Worker’s Medical Mistreatment Reveals Alleged $1.4 Million Workers’ Compensation Fraud Scheme of Siblings Elias and Alejandra Perez

    Farm labor company owners and siblings Elias Perez, 40, of Greenfield, and Alejandra Perez, 37, of Soledad, were arraigned on over 20 felony counts of insurance and tax fraud after allegedly underreporting payroll by over $17 million resulting in a loss of over $1.42 million to their insurance companies. The California Department of Insurance discovered... Read More

    Sacramento Welder Arraigned On Felony Workers’ Compensation Charges

    Ahmad Zaki Noori, 41, of Sacramento, was arraigned yesterday on two felony counts of workers’ compensation insurance fraud after allegedly misrepresenting symptoms following a work-related injury in order to receive $21,000 in undeserved benefits. On July 16, 2019, Noori, while working as a welder, sustained a head injury and contusions on multiple parts of his... Read More

    Marion Piggee, Los Angeles Business Owner, Arraigned In One Million Dollar Workers’ Compensation Fraud Scheme

    Marion Piggee, Jr., 68, of Los Angeles, was arraigned on seven counts of insurance fraud after an investigation by the California Department of Insurance revealed he was allegedly underreporting employee payroll by nearly $6 million in order to fraudulently reduce his business’s workers’ compensation insurance premium by over $1 million. On November 28, 2016, the... Read More

    So Cal Man, Known As Peter Tang, Arraigned for Auto Insurance Fraud After Rolls Royce and Maserati Accidents. He rented out his luxury cars using social media then filed fraudulent claims.

    Piyaresth Tangchaidee, also known as Peter Tang, 33, of Chino, California, was arraigned on Friday, March 26th 2021.   He was arraigned on two felony counts of insurance fraud after allegedly renting out his luxury vehicles and making fraudulent statements after the cars were involved in collisions he felt he could file claims on and receive... Read More

    Defendant Leticia Lemus’s Earnings Don’t Add Up to Substantial Pay According to Known Records in Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah Case in Downtown L.A.

    Witness Jane Ngo returns to the witness stand in Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah and the preliminary hearing of Leticia Lemus.  She shows Leticia Lemus and her husband were paid an average of $21,000 a year according to her records. This is the afternoon of January 26th, Tuesday, 2021.  We’re in downtown L.A.    Judge Larry... Read More
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