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Making a Difference


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A small boy lived by the ocean. He loved all the creatures of the sea, especially the starfish, and spent much of his time exploring the seashores. One day he learned that there would be a minus tide that would leave the starfish stranded on the sand…
The day of the tide he went down to the beach and began picking up the stranded starfish and started tossing them back in the sea. An elderly man who lived next door came to down to the beach to see what he was doing. “I’m saving the starfish.” The boy proudly declared. When the neighbor saw all of the stranded starfish he shook his head and said, “I’m sorry to disappoint you young man, but if you look down the beach one way, there are stranded starfish as far as the eye can see. And if you look the other way, it’s the same. One boy like you isn’t going to make much of a difference.”
The boy thought about this for a moment. Then he reached his small hand down to the sand, picked up a starfish, tossed it back into the ocean and said, “I sure made a difference for that one”
By: Brandon Keeton


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Frozen In Time: Seminar on Michael Jackson’s Two Judicial Cases


 

Los Angeles County BAR Association, LACBA, held a “continuing Education” seminar, for $150 per ticket for Lawyers and Law Students, on Sept. 15, 2010. See William J. Wagener report as follows:

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Tom Mesereau Speaking at ‘FROZEN IN TIME: A Riveting Behind-the-Scenes View of the Michael Jackson Cases’

Thomas A Mesereau Jr.
Tom Mesereau Speaking at ‘FROZEN IN TIME: A Riveting Behind-the-Scenes View of the Michael Jackson Cases’

September 15, 2010 – Los Angeles County Bar Association
 

Presented by: Senior Lawyers Division

Co-Sponsored by: Criminal Justice Section

Program Information:
A fascinating historical and legal analysis of the Michael Jackson civil and criminal cases will be provided by the participants.

The judge, Honorable Rodney Melville (Retired);

the prosecutor, Deputy District Attorney Ronald Zonen;

defense attorney Thomas A. Mesereau, Jr. who represented Jackson in the Santa Barbara criminal trial;

attorney Larry Feldman who represented the alleged victim in the civil case;

attorney Carl E. Douglas who represented Jackson in the criminal investigation of the civil case; and moderator Seth Hufstedler will offer insights into these highly publicized and very unique examples of California celebrity cases.

Speakers:
Carl E. Douglas, The Douglas Law Group  
Larry R. Feldman, Kaye Scholer LLP  
Seth M. Hufstedler, Morrison & Foerster LLP  
Hon. Rodney Melville (Retired)  
Thomas A. Mesereau Jr., Mesereau & Yu LLP  
Ronald J. Zonen, Santa Barbara Deputy District Attorney

Location:
Los Angeles County Bar Association
1055 West 7th Street, 27th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90017

Room: La Fig: La Brea/La Cienega/Figueroa Conference Room

Parking:
1055 W. 7th Street: $5 with validation (entering after 5:00 p.m.);
$10 with valication (entering before 5:00 p.m.)

Times:
Registration: 5:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Meal/Reception: 5:30 p.m.
Program: 6:00 – 9:30 p.m.

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Prices:

Law Students with meal $35.00
CLE+Plus Members with meal $55.00
Law Faculty with meal $65.00
Senior Lawyers Division Members with meal $75.00
Barristers with meal $75.00
Judges with meal $85.00
Government Attorneys with meal $85.00
Legal Service Attorneys with meal $85.00
Criminal Justice Section Members with meal $85.00
Litigation Section Members with meal $85.00
At the Door with meal $90.00
LACBA Members with meal $110.00
All Others with meal $150.00

Space is limited. Advance payment required to guarantee seating. Attendees must arrive within the registration period. If this program does not state that it is sold out, please feel free to register at the door. 48-hours (2 business days) cancellation notice required.

The Los Angeles County Bar Association is a State Bar of California MCLE approved provider. If this is a CLE event, the Los Angeles County Bar Association certifies that this activity has been approved for MCLE credit. CLE events will state the amount and type of credit offered in the calendar listing.

 

 

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Richard I. Fine: Finally Freed


 

After 19 months of wrongful incarceration, Richard I. Fine was freed last Friday.

William J. Wagener report follows:  


William J. Wagener: ¿Quién Es? (Who Is?)


 

YE SHALL KNOW THE TRUTH, 
AND THE TRUTH SHALL SET YOU FREE!!!!! (W.J. Wagener)

 

THE UGLIEST THING IN THE WORLD IS TRUTH.

TRUTH CAN BE BEAUTIFUL,

BUT IT CAN BE SO UGLY !!  (W.J. Wagener)

 Sitio Web (Web Site):  http://onsecondthought.tv/ 

Canal Youtube (Youtube Channel):  http://www.youtube.com/user/williamwagener


Forrest Lawn: William J. Wagener explica como enjuiciar a Tom Sneddon



William J. Wagener: “Tom Sneddon falsificó pruebas y debería ser juzgado por ello.”


En este video William J. Wagener explica qué pruebas falsificó Tom Sneddon en el juicio contra Michael Jackson en 2005 y “exije” que sea juzgado por ese delito.

P.D: Si Usted piensa que esta información llega tarde, tiene Usted toda la razón. “Pero nunca es tarde si la dicha …”.

P.S: If you think that this information has reached you, or has reached “people”, “too late”, you are,  in my personal opinion, most certainly right. But there is a Spanish saying that states: “Nunca es tarde si la dicha es buena”.

TRANSCRIPT:

“We got such crooked people in office, people that wouldn’t even come on this show but they want my vote. They won’t come on my show and let me answer questions. I’d say six judges, in this County, right now, this election, June, primary,  I want all these Judges to come on and answer questions.

I wanna ask them why they didn’t demand, because they are officers of the Court, why  that Tom Sneddon be indicted for falsifying evidence in the Michael Jackson trial. And I was a witness. I was right there in the court room! Watched him get caught: false fingerprints evidence, the phone evidence that they tried to create. They said it was conspiracy and all these phone charges: half a day on that !  Then Sneddon wanted to withdraw it from the evidence pool in the Court !

No! The defender, Tom Mesereau, said : “No! That  stays on. ” Judge said : “Right. It’s already been entered, that stays.” And the jury looked at all this false evidence and said :” There is no way we can convict this guy. We got a pile of crap from Tom Sneddon.”

And Tom Sneddon has probably endorsed you, hasn’t he ?       Ehh.. No. I know Tom. I know him kinda briefly.. But I was never really that close because I was… else here. He was an elected official and I was… you know … here.

You washed your hands after shaking his hand? I mean this guy is literally falsifying evidence and it’s on the record !


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