Friday, September 29, 2006

Today: Questions Remain

Questions remain in DA's handling of Bowman charges
Bear River official discusses financial contributions from tribe

50 comments:

  1. "I was one of the few who liked Richard Salzman. He was very driven and intense. He pissed alot of people off on the campaign we worked on, and we were constantly having to convince friends and volunteers not to quit when they were put off by his bullying. I defended him. Only when I discovered the lies that were behind his actions did I write him off."

    Precisely what lies are you referring to?

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  2. Dear 1:12 pm, That's the problem with telling lies, you have to remember what lie you said, where and to whom. Now with the truth, you do not have to remember it. Because the truth is a given and stands its own ground all by itself, it has merit. But compulsive liars have a hard time seeing a difference between the truth and a lie, for they see the truth as whatever they decide it should be at the time. You see, you don't remember what you lied about, where you lied and to whom. Now you want Rose to educate you on the lies that have dripped off your tongue in the past. Next time write it all down, so you don't look like the village idiot. Roy

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  3. Relax Dickie, it's only going to get worse.

    Look at the good side! Yougofree.com is getting a free pass for awhile since people are beating up Max and Paul!

    stay tuned for news!

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  4. We know how far the Watergate burglars were willing to go.

    How far are you willing to go, Richard?

    Nasty letters? Threats? Vandalizing cars? Houses? How much farther, Richard?

    You need to step back and think about what you are all about.

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  5. "Precisely what lies are you referring to?"

    Interesting that neither Roy nor Rose answer the question, they just prattle and pontificate and spew more innuendo and libel.

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  6. Where do you want to start, Richard? With "Timber Yes, Fraud, No?" With the "Alliance for Ethical Business"?
    "Logging the way it used to be"? There are so many. Where do you want to start?

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  7. Start from the beginning, Rose.

    When you first "discovered the lies that were behind his actions" and "wrote him off".

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  8. Sign up and use your name, Richard.
    What's the point of continuing to hide?
    You answer the question.
    How far are you willing to go?

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  9. I'm not Richard. I'm just one of your readers who wonders what first got you started hating him. Did you have a romantic interest in him?

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  10. That's very funny.
    You guys are tag teaming. Which one are you?

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  11. You certainly are evasive. Doesn't help your credibility any.

    I'm not "tag teaming" with anybody. I'm just asking you simple questions that for some reason you don't want to answer.

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  12. How many hours a day are you sitting here, Richard?

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  13. Dear 10:27pm, I noticed you got your dictionary out. Congratulations, that means you've recently learned the alphabet. Now all you need is to learn how to tell the difference between a lie and the truth. Stay with us here, we'll continue to breast feed you through the process (NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND!)Roy

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  14. Roy has breasts? That's interesting.

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  15. "...so you don't look like the village idiot. Roy"

    "the village idiot. Roy". That sounds right.

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  16. "Precisely what lies are you referring to?"

    Rose: "There are so many. Where do you want to start?"

    "Start from the beginning, Rose. When you first "discovered the lies that were behind his actions" and "wrote him off".


    Well? How 'bout it Rose? You asked them where they wanted to start. They told you "the beginning", and then you play games and don't answer. Why not? What was the very first lie that made you decide to "write Salzman off".

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  17. You could say it started with - Paul severed his femoral artery, he nearly DIED.

    Or, you could say it started with "This is bigger than you can possibly imagine."

    Or you could say it started with "I can't call these people off, but I'll try."

    This blog is the answer to your question, Richard.

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  18. Go Rose Go.

    There is an Arkleywatch blog so why not a Dickiewatch Blog? What do you think Dick? It would be something if someone, or a group of someones, put Dickie's life under a microscope ...... just to see what makes him tick. And to see what he does to pay his rent, internet service, and snake food bill ?

    The severed artery. I almost forgot about that one. That was the day Paulie told his staff that he was going home sick, then ended up getting busted due to his "surfing accident". Another lie.

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  19. Hey Dick. Why don't you start your own blog?

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  20. Your turn, Richard.

    How far are you willing to go in the name of the cause?

    How far are you willing to go to hurt people who criticize Paul?

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  21. Is there a post in this blog that tells the story of how you got started with Salzman, and how you turned against him? If not, you ought to write one.

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  22. Are you telling me you hadn't read that part, Richard?

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  23. All these hours sittin' on this blog... tch tch tch.

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  24. Thanks, the "POSSIBLY imagine" article is interesting. I'll check out the others too.

    Since you worked on the Geist campaign, I assume you're a Democrat? How would you characterize yourself politically, Rose? A conservative Democrat?

    Besides Gallegos and Salzman, are there any other issues you're concerned about?

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  25. Oh okay, then besides Gallegos, Salzman and Tim Stoen, are there any other issues you're concerned about?

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  26. Do you understand the point of this blog, Richard?

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  27. Can I butt in with a question, even if I'm not Richard? Okay, so you made a point that this blog is about Gallegos, Salzman and Stoen. But since you're here, could you tell me if you have any other political interests? You're an interesting person, so I'd just like to know.

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  28. You haven't answered my question. We know how far the Watergate burglars were willing to go. How far are you willing to go. Fake names, nasty letters, defamatory comments - vandalizing parking meters... how far?

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  29. "defamatory comments"? Wow, is that the pot calling the kettle black, or what?

    Your blog is full so of malicious libel, if Richard wanted to sue you it would be a piece of cake.

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  30. CALIFORNIA CODES
    PENAL CODE
    SECTION 67-77
    67. Every person who gives or offers any bribe to any executive officer in this state, with intent to influence him in respect to any act, decision, vote, opinion, or other proceeding as such officer, is punishable by imprisonment in the state prison for two, three or four years, and is disqualified from holding any office in this state.

    68. (a) Every executive or ministerial officer, employee, or appointee of the State of California, a county or city therein, or a political subdivision thereof, who asks, receives, or agrees to receive, any bribe, upon any agreement or understanding that his or her vote, opinion, or action upon any matter then pending, or that may be brought before him or her in his or her official capacity, shall be influenced thereby, is punishable by imprisonment in the state prison for two, three, or four years and, in cases in which no bribe has been actually received, by a restitution fine of not less than two thousand dollars ($2,000) or not more than ten thousand dollars ($10,000) or, in cases in which a bribe was actually received, by a restitution fine of at least the actual amount of the bribe received or two thousand dollars ($2,000), whichever is greater, or any larger amount of not more than double the amount of any bribe received or ten thousand dollars ($10,000), whichever is greater, and, in addition thereto, forfeits his or her office, employment, or appointment, and is forever disqualified from holding any office, employment, or appointment, in this state.

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  31. How about posting the penal code dealing with libel?

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  32. Huh? Does that have something to do with your libel against Salzman?

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  33. 7.08 WHAT CONSTITUTES ASKING OR AGREEING TO RECEIVE A BRIBE

    In the crime of asking for or agreeing to receive a bribe, it is not necessary that any particular words or conduct be used by the person seeking the bribe, provided that the means of communication used, viewed in the light of the surrounding circumstances, clearly shows that a bribe is being sought. It is not a necessary element of this offense that the person solicited consent to give the bribe. It is not necessary that the person asking for or agreeing to receive the bribe make any effort to carry out the purpose for which the bribe is sought.

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  34. Hmm, I've searched and searched, but I can't find the word "libel" anywhere in there.

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  35. Everything I have said about you, Richard, is true.
    Plain and simple.

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  36. A judge and jury would probably disagree.

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  37. Sign your name, Richard.

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  38. b-b-but I can't! My name is Ann!

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  39. I thought it was "R Trent," or "Sara" but, ok, for today it is "Ann," how do you keep all this stuff straight?

    Oh Geez, Richard, you must be worn out.

    I'm sorry Paul is such a disappointment to you, that he keeps you having to do all this. It's really sad.

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  40. Who said Paul is a disappointment? He's actually very cute. Like Richard. As you know very well.

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  41. to: 10/1 @12:45 am and 1:02 am, I noticed you're fixated on the "libel". Seems you've got your panties in a bunch and it hurts. Of course no judge would ever find anyone liable for exposing the truth, but when you continue to spread venomous lies of course that is libel. No wonder your panties are in a bunch. Roy (notice bozo, how I use my name, you coward)

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  42. Libel is not a crime, it's a civil wrong. And you have to PROVE that the written comments are false.

    Check it out Annie !

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  43. Don't you mean check it out Richard, aka R. Trent aka Annie?

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  44. Is richies wife named Ann ? Or signifiant other?

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