Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Making the rounds...

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From: Gallegos, Paul
Date: Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 5:48 PM
Subject: Request for Pro Bono Services
To: recipient redacted
Cc: asst recipients redacted

XXXX:

Please send an email out to the members of the bar asking if any of the family law practitioners are interested in providing pro bono or extremely discounted representation to a domestic violence victim who is also involved in a family law case. If they are interested, they should contact Vickie McCulley of the Humboldt County District Attorney Victim/Witness Department for further information.

Thank you.

Paul V. Gallegos
Humboldt County District Attorney
825 Fifth Street
4th Floor
Eureka, California 95501
Telephone: (707)445-7411
Facsimile: (707)445-7416

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A clue!! I think we can help you!
Family law practictioners in Humboldt County:


Metzger Christopher G
Dalton & Bicknell
Hanson Rory A
Joan M Gallegos Law Office
Stokes Rowe Hamer & Kaufman
Bruce Mc Law Office
Beeler Deanna Law Offices of

16 comments:

  1. Always hire someone that is smarter than you are.

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  2. Oh yeah, I am not of fan of the banner no matter which blog it is on. It makes me uncomfortable to even post here with those friggin' racists up there.
    Surly you're not implying that the Herald is a bunch of racists are you? An organized mob like the Mirror maybe but I don't even think they would deserve a banner like that. It's like doing Nazi mock ups, you might attract the wrong crowd.

    Sometimes I think that you are a little over the top and so am I, but that banner really creeps me out.

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  3. OK you got me to look at it again Rose. It's just a contest. You got my attention. Still, what possessed you to pick that?

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  4. Tom, you know the interesting thing about the KKK, don't you? Democrats. the "Progressives" of their day.

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  5. How would you depict a team of anonymous snipers, Tom?

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  6. His wife doesn't want to take on pro bono cases, silly.

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  7. The Klan were about as right wing as they come

    They'd fit right in with today's Tea Partiers

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  8. The Klan was right wing? Ehhhnhh. Wrong.

    At the suggestion of President Abraham Lincoln, RNC Chairman Edwin Morgan opened the 1864 Republican National Convention with a brief statement:
    “The party of which you, gentlemen, are the delegated and honored representatives, will fall far short of accomplishing its great mission, unless among its other resolves it shall declare for such an amendment of the Constitution as will positively prohibit African slavery in the United States.”
    Abolishing slavery became part of the platform. Congressional Republicans passed the 13th Amendment unanimously – against nearly unanimous Democrat opposition – and it was ratified within the year.


    Read more: http://www.gop.com/index.php/issues/accomplishment/#ixzz1EtoXdwhu

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  9. My favorite right winger KKK member

    http://www.mediamouse.org/news/2008/09/ku-klux-klan-me.php

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  10. ◼ The Republican Party - the party of Abraham Lincoln - was borne in 1854 out of opposition to slavery. link

    ◼ The party of Jim Crow and the Ku Klux Klan was, as Jeffrey Lord points out in an article at the WSJ, the Democratic Party. The Democrats' Missing History - wsj

    ◼ The 13th (abolishing slavery), 14th (due process for all citizens) and 15th (voting rights cannot be restricted on the basis of race) Amendments to the Constitution were enacted by Republicans over Democratic opposition. link

    ◼ The NAACP was founded in 1909 by three white Republicans* who opposed the racist practices of the Democratic Party and the lynching of blacks by Democrats. link

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  11. Until just recently - Sen. Robert Byrd (D-W.Va.) is the only living member of the Senate who was once a member of the KKK - was a Democrat.

    West Virginia's Democratic United States Senator Robert C. Byrd was a recruiter for the Klan while in his 20s and 30s, rising to the title of Kleagle and Exalted Cyclops of his local chapter. After leaving the group, Byrd spoke in favor of the Klan during his early political career. Though he claimed to have left the organization in 1943, Byrd wrote a letter in 1946 to the group's Imperial Wizard stating "The Klan is needed today as never before, and I am anxious to see its rebirth here in West Virginia."

    Never heard any outrage about that.

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  12. The KKK migrated to the Republican party years ago

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  13. I wonder what reasons the KKK had for hiding their faces? Methinks the reasons are identical to The Herald Klan. Bet you can find exact examples at The Herald.

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  14. Hmm. Left wing Democrats are said to be the people behind hateful Heraldo. Democrats were the original and said current persons behind the masks of the hateful KKK. And who has the most notorious local hate blog? Heraldo. Keep the mast. It is more appropriate than not.

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  15. Rose the racist Democrats that ran the south all switched to Republican after the Civil Rights Act in 1964. I was only 3 years old and didn't have much to say about the bastards at the time. Bird was one of the few that didn't make the switch. This why the Democrats didn't win in the south for decades.

    I thought that you were just a right winger but I have been reading up on some of your Islamic hate speech. I now have a better idea of where you are coming from. Too bad. It's so hard to find outspoken righties that aren't racists.

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