THE BULLETIN BOARD    

kanwehelp.com

page one

"People have got to know whether or not  their President is a crook", President Richard Nixon, November 17, 1973

RICHARD NIXON RESIGNED ON AUGUST 9, 1974 IN DISGRACE

NIXON WAS A CROOK

 

Reality is Trump's fake news that will end his presidency

Americans do not have to like or dislike the politicians they elect.

Americans do have to care if they hurt or help America

 

 

 

 The  Lassen County Original Bulletin Board

 

daily news & current events

Free Pink Hat Pattern    Trump Travesties

home page

other pages

LMUD ABUSES   front page page two  

fight back  Stinky Award   The Worst award     

ARCHIVES:   

          2008 page one  2009 page one   2010 page one   2011 page one  2012 page one  

                   2013 page one   2014 page one   2015 page one    2016 page one    2017 page one               

 

Sam Williams

Editor of the Lassen County Times filed a lawsuit against a Kan We Help member for Defamation

and LOST   SC 60880 Judgment in favor of Spencer

Kan We Help began receiving demands, in January, for retractions. All of these cryptic threats to Kan We Help came from skywatersam@gmail.com .  Kan We Help could not identify "skywatersam" and ignored the threats, but the threats continued and then "skywatersam" demanded $10,000.

 Sam Williams, Editor of the Lassen County Times served a lawsuit on Eileen Spencer on June 27 at the Grand Opening of the new Honey Lake Valley community pool where she was receiving an award. Sam Williams filed a libel and defamation lawsuit against Eileen Spencer, a Kan We Help member.

The Judge determined that nothing on the Kan We Help website was defamatory or libelous.

Sam Williams drew public outrage for printing and reprinting one person's "Letters to the Editor" week after week after week.  Kan We Help believes that the Williams agenda was to increase circulation. To support this belief, Sam Williams published a letter again from this same person, on August 22, 2017. Williams, then proceeded in the very next issue of the Lassen County Times, published a half page of complaints about why he allowed another factless, religious, racist letter.   The "public" again expressed their outrage when Williams continued to post these vile letters.  Kan We Help believes this person had the right to racist remarks but Williams took the chance that the public would agree with it.  They didn't..............

Kan We Help posted fair comments about issues of public interest about Sam Williams failure to follow the Lassen County Times policies and Sam Williams just didn't like it. 

The judgment was based on Williams failure to prove by a preponderance of evidence that Spencer wrote any of the posts on Kan We Help's website, that the posts did not rise to the level of defamation and that Williams did not provide any evidence of economic damages. SC 60880 Decision

 

An Editor of a weekly newspaper didn't know the difference between defamation and extortion...........or did he?ACCOUNTABILITY THROUGH EXPOSURE

 

 

February 17, 2018

 

Westwood's Wayne Cramer Pled Guilty

to

Two Charges of Violation of a Criminal Protective Order

Wayne Cramer was arrested, in Westwood on  October 5, 2017 and then released by a visiting judge and a very incompetent District attorney. After being released, Cramer then violated a Criminal Protective Order and was arrested again on January 18, 2018.

Judge Mark Nareau told the Defendant

that he had a violent history and was a danger to society

Cramer pled guilty to two charges and was sentenced to two years. As a condition to his pleading guilty, Cramer will serve 13 months in a Rehab Program outside of Lassen County. Judge Nareau told Cramer if he doesn't complete this program he will be returned to Lassen County and serve 364 days in jail.

Judge Nareau reprimanded the District Attorney for claiming that Cramer was never served the Criminal Protective Order and attempting to dismiss the charges against Cramer. Cramer was served the CPO last November.

 

THERE'S A TOUGH NEW JUDGE IN LASSEN COUNTY.....TOUGH ON CRIME AND COMMITTED TO PROTECTING THE PUBLIC.....

 

February 16, 2018

The National Rifle Association

DOES NOT ALLOW GUNS

at their meetings or conventions

*..........WHY?

 

Congress

DOES NOT ALLOW GUNS

in the House and Senate Chambers

 

............WHY?

*Mass shootings continue in our schools, churches and our nation. This is not only a reality but a massive problem. The US Congress and the National Rifle Association (Lobbyist for the gun industry) are joined at the hip. The NRA pays Congress to fight any gun safety laws or regulations. Trump revoked the ban on selling guns to the mentally ill and is now promoting a national law for "open carry".

This has nothing to do with the Second Amendment and has everything to do with greed and the safety of our nation

On March 24, the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida will march in Washington DC to advocate throwing out ANY Congressperson, Republican or Democrat that has taken any money from the NRA.

 

 

February 13, 2018

Lassen County CAO Richard Egan

is

requesting a one year extension

on his contract today?

His contract currently expires March 10, 2019

The Supervisors would have to notify Egan by March 10, 2018 if they do not intend to extend his contract past 2019

If Egan is terminated today, he would receive one years salary.

If the Supervisors approve his contract to 2020 and terminate him tomorrow, he would receive two years salary.

IT'S ALL ABOUT $$$$$$$

 

 

 

 

February 16, 2018

National Rifle Association

Does Not

Allow Guns At Their Meetings and Conventions

............Why?

*******

Trump reversed President Obama's Order that the Mentally Ill cannot own a gun.

 

 

February 12, 2018

ONE STOP FUNDS DEPLETED IN 2015

Lassen County One-Stops

The Lassen County CAO deceived everyone, including the Board of Supervisors, about the three One-Stop remodels in Lassen County. The $788,000 Proposition 63 Funds were spent by October 15, 2015. There are no funds to remodel the Herlong, Westwood, or Big Valley One Stops.

In a November 15, 2015  e-mail to Kan We Help, Melody Brawley, confirmed that all the Proposition 63 Funds were in Fund 164.The Auditor also confirmed that the "restricted" Proposition 63 Funds were deposited and spent in Fund 164.  Kan We Help requested and received an 86 page printout of the available financial activity from Fund 164 (6/13/11 to 12/28/17) from the Lassen County Auditor.

This printout indicated that Fund 164 (Proposition 63 Funds)  was overdrawn by over $300,000 as of December 28, 2017 and numerous anomalies need further explanations. This deception falls on the shoulders of the County Administrative Officer.

 

 

 

The Lassen County Public Works Department was instructed repeatedly to issue many useless RFP's (Request for Proposals) to make it appear that the County was going to "remodel" the three One-Stops that serve the underprivileged.

Lassen County spent $83,904.12, over the past six years, to keep this lie alive

 

NO CONTRACTS WERE EVER ISSUED

.......now we know why

 

The Lassen County CAO tomorrow, February 13, 2018, will attempt to revise the Budget to shift funds between categories to hide the fact that the One Stop remodeling funds have been spent.

 

CAO Egan based his 2/5/18 sales tax increase speech

on the need for public safety

[watch the 2/5/18 public meeting @ lassencountyscoop.com]

 

The $635,126.20 will come from three Budgets:

Public Safety, Probation, General Fund

 

 

 

 

KAN WE HELP WILL BE SUBMITTING AN EXTENSIVE COMPLAINT

TO THE STATE CONTROLLER & ATTORNEY GENERAL

 

 

February 10, 2018

Cadet Bone Spur

wants a military parade bigger than North Korea's

 

 

February 2, 2018

No Interstate-11

for California

Interstate 11

California District 1 Representative LaMalfa

votes "No" on funding

 

HSP Resources, LLC (Hays/Smith/Pezzullo) relied on lies when they purchased Lassen County's Herlong properties.

Who told HSP Resources,LLC that they would be given the Army's Airfield and that Interstate-11 would be developed in California near their Herlong properties? 

Three guesses and the first two don't count.

HSP Resources, LLC did not get the Amedee Army Airfield or the Interstate-11 extension.

 Now....... "HSP Resources, LLC" is being dissolved.

Prediction: HSP Resources will stop paying taxes on this property and let the County take it back

 

 

 

January 31, 2018

The Honorable Judge

Mark Nareau

Judge Mark Nareau

Restores

ORDER IN THE COURT

 

IF YOU ARE A DANGER TO SOCIETY, YOU WILL REMAIN IN JAIL

No bail or very "high" bail set for violent offenders

 

Bail revoked for violation of probation

The Court will decide sentencing, not the attorneys

Warrants will be issued for no shows

Established Court procedures will now be observed

Warning to attorneys: Don't make deals

 

Since Judge Verderosa resigned, Lassen County Superior Court was reduced to chaos. The Judges authority was reduced to keeping a seat warm on the bench.  Attorneys decided court procedures, bail, sentencing, "DEALS" and delays ($$$$$) beyond comprehension.  Violent offenders were released from custody only to be arrested again and again for similar or worse crimes.

THE DAYS OF ATTORNEYS TELLING JUDGES WHAT THEY CAN OR CAN'T DO IS OVER

.....AT LEAST IN JUDGE NAREAU'S COURT

 

 

January 30, 2018

President Twit, tweets

....that's the full extent of his skills

 

President Donald "Madoff" Trump

 

January 22, 2018

Hal Hays proceeds

with Dissolution of HSP Resources, LLC

Lassen County Superior Court Case 61137

Filed: October 6, 2017

Next Court appearance March 13, 2018

 

Who gets Herlong?

On September 17, 2013, Hal Hays with HSP Partners Steve Pezzullo and Larry Smith purchased the Township of Herlong (435 acres) for $31,900 from Lassen County. Supervisors *illegally included the One-Stop building.

*The Supervisors were faced with complaints that the money they used to remodel this building had a caveat; after accepting the public money to repair/maintain the "One Stop" building, they were required to keep the property for 20 years. Oooooops!  HSP agreed to deed back Herlong's One Stop building.

 

 

Who gets Amedee parcels?

On February 17, 2015, Hal Hays with HSP Partners Steve Pezzullo and Larry Smith purchased the *3576 Acre Amedee Parcels that surrounded Herlong and the Sierra Army Depot for $25,000. The Lassen County Supervisors attempted to include the East End of the Army's Airstrip. Kan We Help exposed this and the County had to exclude any part of the Army's Airfield.

*The 3576 acres were assessed at $521,000. HSP appealed the value and the value was reduced to $393,277.

 

 

 

 

January 20, 2018

 

Trump said, What this country needs is a government shutdown

 TRUMP

ANY ACTION THAT CRIPPLES OUR GOVERNMENT IS

ONE FORM OF TREASON AGAINST

THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

 

NO ONE SHOULD HAVE THAT POWER

Republiklans CONTROL the House of Representatives, Senate

 & Executive Branch

 

 

January 13, 2018

Kan We Help

has donated two free tickets

for

Sam Williams,

Editor of the Lassen County Times & a guest

to see "THE POST"

It's about freedom of the Press,

freedom of speech

......and courage

The courage of one woman

Owner of the Washington Post

Born: June 16, 1917    Died: July 17, 2001

 

Lassen County Superior Court Case 60880 Decision

 

January 12, 2018

TRUMP IS A

RACIST

AND A

PATHOLOGICAL LIAR

and

THE WORLD KNOWS IT

What do we tell our children?

trump unfit

Yesterday, in front of Republicans and Democrats Trump stated:

"Why do we have to let in these people from shithole countries"

....he repeated these references about 54 African countries, Haiti...several times.

 

 

 

January 6, 2018

Did Local Attorney Dan Howe Lose His Sugar Daddy's ?

 

On December 19, 2017, Lassen County Supervisor Hemphill made a motion to table Dan Howe's contract extension for "Special Prosecutorial Services" at the Board of Supervisors meeting. Hemphill's  Motion -to-Table was approved. Howe's contract extension and the issue has now been placed at the end of the January 9, 2018 Agenda (H-4).

On December 19, 2017, District Attorney Stacey Montgomery placed Dan Howe's "CONTRACT" in the Consent Calendar (Agenda G-4) hoping that it would not be noticed or pulled for discussion.  

Montgomery's request was submitted, on 12/19/17, without a  copy for the Supervisors to review.

Montgomery stated that this was the "4th" Amendment to Howes contract?

She claimed that Howe was hired on January 1, 2010.

 

 THIS WAS NOT TRUE.

On January 2, 2008, Bob Burns, then District Attorney, brought Howe's contract to the Lassen County Supervisors to sign a contract "renewal" for "Special Prosecutorial Services". Under the contract language, Dan Howe remained an Independent Contractor.

In 2008, Kan We Help was denied Dan Howe's invoices and the Supervisors have traditionally approved Howe's contract without requesting any ACCOUNTABILITY.

In 2008, Howe was to provide "Special Prosecutorial Services"..........for exactly WHAT? 

Kan We Help was the only one that asked..........

Howe's July 16, 2014 contract specifically identified that his services would be used for the Joanna McElrath murder case (CR028405) and the Robin Glenn James murder case (CR028430). District Attorney Stacey Montgomery stated that the County could recover County expenses by submitting invoices from Howe. This request was extremely suspicious since......

McElrath pleaded guilty on February 28, 2014

 

Dan Howe has demonstrated little to no skills when he does show up in court.

Dan Howe has been reprimanded by Judges

for his disrespectful comments to the Bench

A word often heard from Dan Howe in court, "whatever"

....but of course the Supervisors have never witnessed Dan Howe's disrespectful  attitude and incompetence in court nor have they paid any attention to what they have been paying for

......nor will they probably care on January 9, 2018

Seven New Sugar Daddy's ?

 

Lassen County District Attorney's, County Counsels or.... "Special Prosecutorial Services"(?) attorneys have never been considered  because they were competent

 

......more to come

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017 continued