Sunday, April 5, 2020
Fraud from inside and outside the courtroom - at adjustercom.net
It happened the day President Trump announced the US-Mexico border would be closed to all non-essential traffic. That was on Friday, March 20th 2020.
When I read that on “breaking news” from the LA Times late that morning, I believed I was stuck south of the border from California on the Pacific Coast and wouldn’t be getting back to my California home turf for I didn’t know how long. This coronavirus crisis was shocking me, and now I would only be working indefinitely at any one of my four desks in my unconventional office on a hill overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Baja.
I was making a u-turn at a t-intersection on the Free Road along the Pacific coast. I was waiting until it was safe and clear to turn and I may have seen that municipal police patrol car pass by me as I waited. So, I waited until it was absolutely safe with no cars coming. Then, I made the turn.
As I pulled into the right lane now travelling north, I saw the municipal police car stopped... Read More
The Landmark case, which is a criminal workers’ compensation fraud case, is in the Orange County Superior Court in Santa Ana still hanging in the balance on the verge of a preliminary hearing for three of the defendants connected with... Read More