R.I.P. Nash

Who owns the Federal Reserve?

 Supervisor Chapman's Email Disturbing?

Chapman's email below strikes everyone as a bit odd, extremely unprofessional, especially coming from  a career politician. Is it really necessary for someone to be an attorney before speaking out at a defunct public board meeting that is not ran according to the Brown Act? He appears to ramble with emotional and quick to defend his "prime choice" Burns for not knowing or not caring enough to know the Brown Act. Tick, tock, tick, tock... could it be that Chapman knows his time is short on the board and his prime choices are short also? ... tick tock, tick, tock, tick, tock....

Viewer Discretion Is Advised

Deceitfully Corrupt?

Chapman curtails what items the public can speak on in a public meeting and leads board members to vote outside Lassen County's jurisdiction. Who gives the Board legal counsel? Burns?

Jeremiah 17: 9  "The heart is more deceitful than all else And is desperately sick; Who can understand it?

Jim Chapman, who  was elected chairperson, January 12, 2016,  gives a "State of the Union" speech at a County Board of Supervisors meeting. Does he not know his position is not equivalent to the President of the United States? Poor guy must of needed his moment of fame? Click on the video below to  enjoy Chapman's edited " State of the Union" speech.

January 10, 2016

Another Twist To The Steven Avery Story

Below are three YouTube videos that shows Dave Begotka discussing his experience with Manitowoc County, Wisconsin's officials, who tries to force him to join the "Men's Club". According to him most of the good jobs are controlled by the ones in the Men's Clubs. Does Lassen County have such a club or was it all just a crazy rumor about a brothel on the Main Street of Susanville a few years ago? Some things that just makes you go hmmm...

January 7, 2016

A Tangled Web Unravels

In the Steven Avery murder case, one of the jurors tells filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos, they believe that Avery was framed. When asked why they found him guilty, Juror replied, they feared for their own safety.


A Resident's Saga with Lassen County Sheriff Department and Shaffer School District.

Life After Lassen County

The end of 2010, Lassen County Supervisors lured Tom Stone to Lassen County on the pretense of offering him job as the County Administrative Officer to help clean up their accounts. Former CAO Stone unveiled the misuse of Federal funds, exposing some top officials involvement.  He began putting together a current capital improvement plan for Lassen County, getting the county's ducks in a row to apply for grant funds for a new swimming pool. The task given to him was not any easy one. Mr. Stone exposing the misuse of funds prompted three Supervisors, Chapman, Pyle and Hanson voting to terminate his job. Mr. Stone filed a suit against the county for wrongfully termination. In 2014, the county settled with Mr. Stone for $350,00.

Tom and Henri Stone have moved on from their bad experience in Lassen County. The Stones are currently in Switzerland living the dream and enjoying their family. Tom Stone like others hold the keys to success through hard work, honesty and determination.

Meanwhile, Lassen County seems to be stuck in their aged-old-ways of deceitful business, operating without a capital improvement plan, with no swimming pool in sight for the community.

Will there be a glimmer of hope for the folks in Lassen County with a silver lining around a dark cloud that hangs over the county's reputation that's developed over the past 40 years, with Chapman and Pyle's term ending in 2016?

A Corrupt Justice System - Danger To All

“Justice can sleep for years and awaken when it is least expected. A miracle is nothing more than dormant justice from another time arriving to compensate those it has cruelly abandoned. Whoever knows this is willing to suffer, for he knows that nothing is in vain.”
― Mark Helprin, Winter's Tale

Rick King's three year old male dog, Nash was killed in Aditarod Race. A man suspected of intentionally driving a snowmobile into two team of mushers near the front of the race. Source CBS New

1 Timothy 6:10
For the love of money [that is, the greedy desire for it and the willingness to gain it unethically] is a root of all sorts of evil, and some by longing for it have wandered away from the faith and pierced themselves [through and through] with many sorrows.

2016 Board of Supervisors Election For District 1, 2, & 4

The 2016 election brings a good mix of candidates from various backgrounds that could take Lassen County Government to a whole new dynamic.   Your choices are: District 1; from Chris Gallagher an ex cop, to Alex DeMartimprey a small business owner, to Paul Statti a retired prison guard. District 2; from David Teeter the bookstore clerk, to Chris Montgomery the radio host, to Connie Stovall the past Elks exalted leader. District 4; from Aaron Albaugh the rancher, to Stacy Dickson the former tribal leader. May the best person win, who is honest, transparent, willing to work for the people and not a self-server. Lassen County desperately needs  a strong leaders, who are committed to pulling the county out of a 40 year old quagmire state of corruption.

Note: Every vote counts, even when your County Clerk Bustamante is counting them. Don't let the election be thrown by a handful of votes.

"When government fears the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny."

~Thomas Jefferson~

9 trillion dollars missing from the Federal Reserve

February 9, 2016,Mr. Correa goes before the Lassen County Board of Supervisors to bring more issues up about the misconduct of the Lassen County Sheriff Department.

Grand Jury Indicts Modoc County Deputy Nessling On Assault

The charge developed from an incident on Nov. 4, 2014, during which Jason Wilson, aka Jason Colt, was arrested for assault with a deathly weapon. While being detained, Nessling allegedly used excessive force against Wilson, who was unarmed and handcuffed at the time.

Modoc County DA Funk did not file charges against Wilson, or other suspects involved in the arrest, due to lack of evidence.

An investigation began last year after authorities received a complaint in January from Wilson. Funk said body camera footage provided probable cause to file charges against Nessling and he requested more information from the sheriff's office.

Sheriff Poindexter refused to comply on the grounds his office was conducting its own investigation and could not release details until its conclusion.

March 9, 2015, Funk filed for a writ of mandamus, in Modoc County Superior Court. 

April 27, 2015, the writ was granted, compelling Poindexter release the information.

February 3, 2016, Poindexter released a statement on the sheriff's office's Facebook page criticizing Funk for empaneling a grand jury against Nessling. In the statement, Poindexter called Funk “unethical, untruthful” and “vindictive” and accused him of being on the side of defendants rather than law enforcement. “Your DA has had an ax to grind against the Sheriff's Office,” said Poindexter.“He is more than willing to accept anything he can get his hands on period, as long as it pertains to and is damaging to the Sheriff's Office specifically,” he continued. Poindexter said Funk has put Nessling and his family though “a living hell” and said the sheriff's office has called for a criminal investigation against Funk. Poindexter also said Funk's behavior led to former Undersheriff Ken Richardson retiring last month.

February 25, 2016, Grand Jury indicted Modoc County Stg. Dan Nessling on assault, a misdemeanor count of violating Penal Code section 149 (Unnecessarily Assaulting or Beating Any Person).

April 20, 2016, hearing set for 9 a.m.

Nessling's attorney Josh Oleander, of Sacramento, filed a demurrer motion, seeks  to set aside the indictment because of the statue of limitations on the crime.
District Attorney Jordan Funk said he is “100 percent confident” that he will prevail on the statute of limitations argument.

Note: Modoc county has paid out two settlements in cases involving Nessling. One for $75,000 in September 2013 and another for $95,000 in August 2015.

Source Modoc County Record News, KRCR New,Herald and News,Facebook

All Gave Some - Some Gave All

Thank A Vet

Amendment I
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

Lassen County Board of Supervisors not only violates the Brown Act, but also violates the United States Constitution Bill of Rights and California Constitution Article 1 Declaration of Rights 

Recommendation: Shape up or get shipped out.

Crime Update in Lassen County

The murder of Richard Mienert goes unsolved, along with numerous of other cold cases in Lassen County.

After nearly 4 years, William Romer0, one of Angel Siler's alleged murderer was arrested, May 2015. His trial is set for April 18, 2016, expected to last 5 days.

Joseph P. Shelton, who was charged with murder could walk, because former District Attorney did not disclose a secret deal between Shelton and prosecutor.

Click here to read full decision Shelton vs. Marshall

March 8, 2016, William Romero a trial readiness conference for the murder of Angel Siler.

March 8, 2016, Press release for Susanville Chief of Police Tom Downing immediate need for medical leave following injuries he received during his lengthy law enforcement career. Susanville Police Dept.

A second camera surfaced that gives a detailed account how things played out with Mr. LaVoy being gunned down. It's troublesome to think that O.J. Simpson a  suspect in killing two people was allowed drive around for hours until he decided to surrender, but a passionate protester gets gunned without a chance.

O.J. Simpson Police Chase

December 3, 2014, Lassen County District Attorney filed charges against Vern Correa, Education Code Section 44811 - disrupted classwork or extracurricular.

July 6, 2014, Charges dismissed against Mr. Correa.

Making a Murder is a documentary movie recently released  on Netflix.com that expands over 30 years, captured in a series of episodes, lasting more than 10 hours, exposing a corrupt justice system. It's a real eye-opener to the reality that an abused justice system happens every where, even in our own community.

Interesting how Madison, Wisconsin former prosecutor, Ken Kratz's demeanor has a striking  similarity to a certain former DA?

Associated Press (AP) journalist, Ryan Foley unlike most "so called" journalist was not afraid to expose  prosecutor Kratz for sending racy text messages (sexting) to a 25 year old woman, while he was prosecuting her abuser. He referred to her as a "hot nymph" and offering himself as "the prize" with a $350,000 house and a six-figure salary. He told her, he wanted her to be "so hot" and "treat me so well that you'd be THE woman. R U that good?" The woman went to the police, causing a chain of events, Ken Kratz's law license was  suspended, the court called his actions "appalling" and ordered him to pay $23,904 to cover the costs of the disciplinary proceedings.

~When news media suppress the truth, injustice flourish in our communities~

Click here to read about Ken Kratz's sexting.

November 25, 2014,Mr. Correa,  a Veteran, who served in the United States Military addresses the Lassen County Board of Supervisors about his issues with Lassen County Sheriff Dept. and his 4 1/2 old son missing for over an hour while in custody of Shaffer School.