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what kind of trouble?
Motorcycle gang, subject of 30 arrests by Riverside
County officials, has struck back with public death threats and (so far) three booby-traps on police equipment and sites. She is/was a deputy DA there.
Search news:"riverside county"
Somebody reported quite a while ago
........ that she had lost that job because of revealing details of her cases in her posts. I do not know if that was true, so don't take it as fact. It would have been an unforgivable, underhanded thing to do, to boot.
We join you in hoping for her safety.
that is incorrect
she still does the same job, same place, despite any rumors to the contrary.
Posted January 29, 2010 at 11:46 am
Among the office employees who offered statements to Kraemer and Schaper indicating that Ristow had engaged in activity that was contrary to office policy, inappropriate, disruptive or which in some other fashion merited discipline were investigative technician Bianca Ralston, supervising investigator Bill Sellers, deputy district attorney Denise Yoakum, chief of investigations Michael Smith, and deputy district attorney Diane Harrison.
And it is a 100% lie, Angeline
So I will thank you to quit spreading slander when you have no idea whether it is true or false. Someone saying something false over and over again behind a person's back when they know nothing of it, does not make an accusation more true, nor does it absolve the person repeating it from issues of slander. -Diane
And that's my buddy Diane.
Easy, counselor; no harm meant, I'm sure.
There was a particular female poster who, I believe, was the proximate cause of your leaving SE. She's gone and not missed by most IMO. Perhaps she spread the original story.
Glad you're still in business. The story I read said a bad guy almost got into a courtroom recently. Got you guys in Kevlar yet?
Has anyone noticed that this is a faint shadow of what is now a daily occurrence in Mexican cities?
I know you meant no harm, Doug
And none was occasioned by YOUR post. You have always been polite in my experience. Whoever started the lie did so whole-cloth since there is not an ounce of truth to it, which makes it all the more malicious. Quite to the contrary, I was the sole chosen representative of both San Bernardino and Riverside counties for all attorneys (selected by peers) at the new millennium conference on formulating and promoting legal ethics at the time this nonsense would have been being concocted.
The courtrooms have metal detectors to prevent the most obvious threats but the budget crisis has been at odds with furthering more extensive prevention. Like everything else in life lately, the best defense is to be watchful for things out of the ordinary.
The violence directly across the U.S. border into Mexico is of constant note in the local newspapers. It is of great concern that the high school and college students on spring break still insist on trying to go to that region to party (and drink). The Aruba incident may have been somewhat isolated, albeit not entirely unpredictable, but the likelihood of someone being kidnapped or worse right across the border now, is such a valid concern, that I am amazed that parents and schools don't do everything within their power to discourage the students from putting themselves in harm's way in that area.
I had in mind violence traveling S to N.
Possibly the gang figures to make a "free trade zone" based on fear of the populace. It's working well in many Mexican border towns.
I hadn't seen/heard much about you for a while, but Riverside sure has been in the news.
I hope you are doing well.
Hello, Dr. Bill
Nice to hear from you. Hope you and yours are doing well.
Business is unfortunately booming with the bad economy and too few people to handle the work that exists. I'm sure you know that drill. I am doing very well otherwise, and count myself among the blessed who still have a secure job, since so many others out here do not.
You might be interested to know that the way the local governments are cutting some expenses is to cut back the services offered by the HMOs (without prior warning to the consumers at times). I suspect it is much the same all over the country though.
They even stopped the bike riding portion of the L.A. Marathon last weekend, which was going too far in costs savings, according to the bicyclists.
Anyone remember . . .
a few years ago, shortly after I opened my web site and included, by invitation, photos of the members here? And I have a link to CNet there. Someone here reported me to my domain server alleging illegal activities, and reported me to CNet for said link. It took weeks to get it straightened out. I provided all documentation showing permissions from the members for their pictures, and from Lee Koo showing CNet's permission for me to link to CNet. Quite an ordeal. But in a nutshell, someone here started a bunch of crap about me. Never did find out who did it, but I have an idea.
Now, the killer. Time Warner did it's yearly IP address change and now my site is unavailable. Don't know where the problem is. The domain points to my new IP address, but it doesn't hit my server. May be my router going flaky.
Tracert says "unable to resolve target system"
Must be a DNS error somewhere. For wayne2.net? If you have it behind a firewall or router, make sure you have port 80 open to it. Also might look into a dynamic domain name service to keep track of it's IP if your ISP shifts it's IP assignment for you at times.
tracert on wayne2.net
Sorry, I'd run wayne2.com first time. This is tracert for the dot net.
Tracing route to wayne2.net [184.108.40.206]
over a maximum of 30 hops:
1 <10 ms <10 ms <10 ms verizon.home [***.***.***.***]
2 8 ms 7 ms 6 ms L100.BLTMMD-VFTTP-38.verizon-gni.net [220.127.116.11]
3 4-3-338.BLTMMD-LCR-03.verizon-gni.net [18.104.22.168] reports: Destination host
Badly presented Angeline, a few 'allegedlys" would have been