The Basic Premise

Posted August 13th, 2007 by Joe Kaiser

Dear Rob,

Your office decided early on in this investigation that my company, Fiscal Dynamics, was up to no good.

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That’s been your basic premise from day one and that’s why this investigation was doomed from the beginning.


Where is the objectivity?

No one from your office had the sense to look at the facts objectively and as a result we’re here today with you leading yet another bogus, no-complaint, Consumer Protection violation lawsuit that will ultimately cost the taxpayers of this state millions.

Good luck with that.

Would it really have been THAT difficult to put someone in charge who had some real estate background or at least, someone who wasn’t blinded by ambition or zeal?

Someone not like Cheryl Kringle, I mean.

“Fiscal Dynamics does not provide a valuable service to Washington Property owners”

Wrong answer, Cheryl.

Here’s her presentation . . .

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A page at a time

I’ll be taking a look at this, another example of Cheryl’s “outstanding work,” throughout the week to demonstrate that after three years and hundreds of thousands of dollars of wasted taxpayer funds, your office still doesn’t get it.

It doesn’t get it, because it refuses to get it. There can be no other explanation.

But getting it, you can be sure, the judge will.

Respectfully,

Joe Kaiser


5 Responses to: “The Basic Premise”

  1. spyboy responds:
    Posted: August 13th, 2007 at 10:08 am

    Greetings,

    I dont know if you ( Joe ) are merely being overly considerate in granting the benefit of the doubt, if your being coy, if you are protecting your legal interest, if you truly believe it, all off the above, or some other reason(s) entirely, in insisting that the AG’s Office “doesn’t get it “.

    Maybe you are correct, maybe that actually do not understand.

    But, from my admittedly somewhat cynical and jaded perspective, based on my personal observations and intense study into the who, what, why, when, where and how of the operations and tactics of governmental power structures in exercising and maintaining power, control, and accquiring revenue, I think (my subjective opinion based on my current understanding of the facts) that the Washington Attorney Generals Office “gets it” perfectly.

    I think they know exactly whats what, and are engaging in a concerted, strategic effort at achieving private settlement with you, and all that entails and implies, for monetary and political objectives. Furthermore, I do not think that the interests of the clients of yours are their primary concern.

    Well, I feel I’m getting a little worked up, so I should stop here and end with “enough said”.

    Thank You.
    SpyBoy

  2. David Alexander responds:
    Posted: August 13th, 2007 at 10:49 am

    Wow!

    They don’t want you are anybody in there arena… and they won’t it to be just the neighborhood kids who get play…

    And they don’t really give a damn who loses a house to foreclsoure or not….

    Stop the use of public data…. come on… thousands of data companies do that all the time…. and then remarket (because they can do a better job) and resell it…

    Dictate how much you can purchase property for….. Crazy…. guess…. they don’t understand that this is a free market….

    And in being so, when working in an uneven market… sometimes there are good deals…. sometimes great deals… and sometimes really, really bad ones…. But, were investors that’s what we do…

    Without investors… the housing market falls to the brinks… because after the city collects the money…. do they ever go back and fix the darn houses… no, they leave them till it’s time doze them down…

    The ulitmate vultures…. And now they want it all…

  3. Drew responds:
    Posted: August 13th, 2007 at 1:54 pm

    If this goes to a Jury trial, I want to move to Washington so they can pick me! If there is a trial it’s going to make great Court TV.

    It’s the best service to the tax payer, a happy tax payer? And if Joe provides such a service, of which you disrupt and cause to go astray, not in the best interest of the taxpayer? Makes you wonder whose to benefit in these transactions.

  4. Davido responds:
    Posted: August 13th, 2007 at 3:42 pm

    What this post shows is that you’re company developed a very hot, well targeted business plan, Congratulation! Not only did you capture a significant amount of the county’s overages (12%) , you’re company acquired almost half of the half of the highest value overage properties (over $10,000), and on those high value overages, your target properties beat the average value of overages in the County by more than 3 to 1. That is stunning efficiency! No wonder they’re going after you.
    A sad note here is that, if you had been truly dishonest, you could have most likely just paid off or bribed the relevant officials. Pierce County does have a well established history of payola amongst its elected and appointed officials http://www.thetruthrocks.com/ElectionHistory.asp & http://soundpolitics.com/archives/005939.html, as well as its judges and prosecutors, http://www.dougschafer.com/APstory020508.html & http://journals.aol.com/dwaf888/nifong—alive-and-well-in-pierc/ , and the various cops have done no better. http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/229880_sheriff24.html & http://dwb.thenewstribune.com/news/projects/david_brame/thin_blue_lie/story/4121636p-3455071c.html & http://jack3617.blogspot.com/2006/05/tacoma-police-tort-accident-aftermath.html .
    I’d like to be encouraging here. But it may be necessary to take a broad look at the way the deck is stacked. Have you considered the effect that the judge in your case may have on the outcome? I used to live in King County, (1969 to 1995). Back then, Judge Joan DeBuque, had a Pro establishment reputation. She may give you a fair shake, but she would not have been my first choice.

  5. Vlad responds:
    Posted: August 14th, 2007 at 7:04 am

    Joe,

    The AAG has ambitious goals, seems to me…The last goal of the third slide stick out like a sore thumb.

    Being so deep in, maybe they care about making the “taxpayers whole” (err… recouping their own immature spending)…NOT.


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