On this page the following entries were made in the “November, 2007” time-frame.
Archive for “November, 2007”
But, I'm guessing, compared to real estate investing, she's a living trust expert.
This audio confirms what I’ve said all along . . .
You have inexperienced attorneys assigned to cases they are unqualified to work, in areas of law in which they have no experience, with predictably bad results.
I was gonna, ya know, go out and get the bad guys. — Cheryl D. Kringle
Former AAG running this case
Continue reading “Oh Cheryl” »
It’s time for me to get back to work.
Writing daily to the Pushed to Shove blog has forced me to spend hundreds and hundreds of hours focused on this lawsuit, and that’s been a great help.
Your comments, suggestions and personal emails, likewise, have given me a better understanding of what I’m up against, and for that I thank all who’ve participated.
And I especially thank all who’ve encouraged me to keep fighting the good fight. You can be sure I will, no matter what.
For now though, after 171 consecutive daily posts, it’s time for me to move on.
I’ll post every now and then, and certainly when major events take place, but for now I need to focus elsewhere.
I need to get back to work.
In the arena,
Continue reading “All For Now . . .” »
Taking people I've helped, twisting them into victims, and accusing me of harming them is an extraordinary example of how out of control your office is.
I’ve reviewed the recent interrogatories (received today) and to tell you the truth, I’m having a hard time being respectful.
But, I’m trying.
To that end I deleted the post I was going to make. In it I called your staff names and pointed out their innumerable shortcomings with regard to this investigation and suit (don’t get me started).
So, I’d like to apologize, but not about that errant post.
Continue reading “It’s Hard to Be Respectful” »
Your investigator Renee Shadel appears to be fascinated with tax bidder registrations cards, requesting them from every county treasurer (or so it seems).
This case has given me the opportunity to learn so many new things.
I’m particularly intrigued by your formal opinions database and all the opinions the Office of the Attorney General has generated over the years.
Is your staff aware of the database?
Sure doesn’t seem like it.
Continue reading “Formal Attorney General Opinions” »
Yesterday, I addressed the issue of county officials determined to thwart my efforts to pay taxes.
Here’s an interesting letter from the Office of the Whatcom County Prosecuting Attorney to Pierce County Deputy Prosecutor Bob Dick . . .
Continue reading “Thwarting Permitted?” »