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Re: SUPERVISOR JEFF STONE TRIED TO HIDE DONATIONS FROM CULTI

Postby Smurf » Sat Jun 04, 2011 4:59 am

Marcab21 wrote:AO can also ask the board to investigate, censure, and impeach Jeff Stone himself, with the goal of having him stripped of powers and formally removed from his official position with the board.
I seriously doubt that's going to happen. Those of us that have experienced the "good ole boys" mentality of Riverside officials have been left with a sense of apathy that the Supervisors would ever censure a fellow board member even if they were armed to the teeth with evidence to do so.

Either that or being the Jeff Stone was once Chairman of the Board, he has knowledge of activities of other board members they prefer to keep from public purview. I could be wrong.

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AO on Campaign Finance Reform in Riverside

Postby AngryGayPope » Tue Jun 07, 2011 5:48 pm

AO WROTE THIS YESTERDAY:

On Tuesday, Sup. Benoit will introduce the initiation of an ordinance for Campaign Finance Reform. (See attached). It is only to align the online reporting requirements with the state. There is much more that needs to be included in this proposed ordinance. I suggest several additions and seek your comments.

Here are some preparations I made for the next Riverside Board of Sups meeting. We need as many people as possible to attend. If you do not wish to speak at the podium, you may cede your time to someone else who will. We need to make a good show, and we have a lot to discuss.

Attached are two charts I made from a spreadsheet that describes the extent to which Jeff Stone received Scientology and out of state contributions for his senate campaign. That's exactly why we need campaign reform.

I also discovered that some contributions like Nancy Cartwright (voice of Bart Simpson and wealthy Hollywood scientologist) were made visible to the electorate well after the elections. The PDF file creation is in March 2011 and the election was on June 8, 2010! There's other dates like Dec 2010 on some other contributions. During the elections, I often went to the Registrar of Voters website, but never say any of these donations. Only just a few days ago did I see them. I may have uncovered quite a can of worms.


Suggested additions to the ordinance:


1) Candidates must report all campaign contributions to theRegistrar of Voters online monthly, along with a paper backup. Paper forms alonecannot be searched by Google for public oversight, take time and staff hours to be processed, and are often filed late, causing lapses and omissionsin reporting, such as the 34 Scientology donors that contributed funds to JeffStone’s campaign in 2010, which were filed only four days before the election,two months late.

2) Regardingelectronic filing, the proposed ordinance should follow the State electionmanual which states: “If you receive contributions or make expenditurestotaling $50,000 or more, you are required to file all Form 460 campaignstatements electronically with the Secretary of State. In addition to Form 460,you must electronically file Form 497:

− Within 10 days if you receive a contribution of $5,000 or more from a singlesource at any time other than the 90-day election cycle (including after yourelection); and

− Within 24 hours if you receive a contribution of $1,000 or more from asingle source during the 90-day election cycle.”

3) Forbid out of county and out of state donations. Only registeredvoters should be able to make campaign contributions. Outside Special interestgroups unduly influence our local elections this way. Only local residents canvote, therefore only local, registered voters should fund campaigns, notspecial interests. The attached charts show the outrageous amounts of contributionsto Jeff Stone from out of state and from Scientologists, clearly a specialinterest group, who sought and got an ordinance passed to quash protests in frontof their interational headquarters located within Stone’s district.

4) Forbid donations from the District Attorney and Sheriff oradministrators of county agencies due to potential conflict of interest.

5) Forbid donations from bail bondsmen or their associates dueto potential conflict of interest. (Look up Fausto Atilano’s donation to JeffStone)

6) Limit Corporate donations to $3,900, and a sponsoring donorin the corporation or group must be named. No front groups may be used, as inthe example of the contributions from “Citizens for Responsible State Gov” fromPA are really made by Scientology lawyer Sam Alhadeff.

7) Candidate donation to his/own campaign must be limited to$3,900 and $3,900 from each immediate family donors that are registered tovote.

8) Disallow campaign contributions from minors, donors mustbe registered to vote.

9) No donations from accountants, lawyers or law firms thatdo business with the candidate, due to potential conflict of interest.

10) No business or individuals may make donations duringpending contracts they have with the county, due to potential conflict ofinterest as evidenced by Criminal Defense Lawyers donating a total of $14,000to the Riverside Supervisors who were up for re-election, while contractnegotiations were taking place. They won the $7.9 million contract by a $100difference. Upon protest, this bid got dismissed and they bid again and lost.

11) Disallow donations from religious employees who earn nosalary or have taken a vow of poverty. Scientology Sea Organization membersearn well below poverty level salary, yet are making third party donations. Sea OrgExecutive Muriel Dufresne somehow managed to donate a total of $2,220 in 2009 whileallegedly earning $50/week.

Please discuss among yourselves and write back with your suggestions and comments. You may fwd this e-mail and attachments or post on forums as you wish.

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AO Speak to Riverside BOS

Postby AngryGayPope » Tue Jun 07, 2011 5:49 pm

Boardof Supervisors June 7, 2011



Thank you Mr. Benoit to initiatethis Campaign Reform.



Thank you Mr. Stone for saying youwanted greater campaign disclosure in 2008.



This ordinance is not enough; Iadded 11 more sections to it.

For example: No out of state donations

Limitson personal and corporate donations

Nodonations during pending contracts

Nodonations from church third parties



But I realized this is not goingto work after a review of the book “Practical Wisdom: The Right Way to Do The Right Thing”by Barry Schwartz.



When things go wrong with institutionswe reach for two tools to fix them:

1)We invent more rules or more detailed rules -- tougher regulations.

2)We try to come up with “smart incentives” for people to act right.



“Practical Wisdom” states that wewill never succeed with human interactions by relying on rules and incentives.



Instead people in charge need Peopleof good character; People who want to do the right thing and Peoplewho know how to figure out what the right thing is.



A Leader of good characterin Riverside will not:

· Acceptdonations from 14 other states than California.

· Acceptdonations from 34 Scientologists, mostly out of county and out of state.

· Acceptdonations from Scientology front groups like “COMMITTEE FOR EFFECTIVE STATEGOVERNMENT” and law firm Buchanan Ingersol in PA.

· Accepta $3,900 donation from Bail Bondsman Fausto who then immediately arrestedsomeone for asking a question, and removethat donation from the county website.

· Accept$2750 from Melissa Lippert, Fausto’s partner.

· File$84,000 in donations two months late and get fined $16,000, with said donationsnot showing up on the Registar’s website until December 2010 and March 2011.

· Acceptdonations from the voice of Bart Simpson.

· Blamehis accountant when the rule is on page ONE of the instructions under “IMPORTANTTHINGS TO REMEMBER”



Jeffery, as your mom would addressyou: save yourself the upcoming embarrassment, you need to step down andresign.

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AO to Stone "You Should Resign" - Applauded at BOS Meeting

Postby AngryGayPope » Tue Jun 07, 2011 9:20 pm

I just got off the phone with AO who said he gave his best speech ever. Stone just sat their as AO was allowed to talk for about nine minutes. He apparently nailed Stone for this whole new batch of campaign improprieties (Stone's third such scandal). All the while Stone just sat their in his white suit sliding into his seat like melting ice cream.

After his speech AO was applauded although you might not hear it well on video as there are no mikes in the audience. Nobody is suposed to make a noise usually during these meetings.

Can't wait to see the video!

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Re: AO to Stone "You Should Resign" - Applauded at BOS Meeti

Postby mnql1 » Tue Jun 07, 2011 11:25 pm

AngryGayPope wrote:I just got off the phone with AO who said he gave his best speech ever. Stone just sat their as AO was allowed to talk for about nine minutes. He apparently nailed Stone for this whole new batch of campaign improprieties (Stone's third such scandal). All the while Stone just sat their in his white suit sliding into his seat like melting ice cream.

After his speech AO was applauded although you might not hear it well on video as there are no mikes in the audience. Nobody is suposed to make a noise usually during these meetings.

Can't wait to see the video!

On YouTube, video of agenda item 3.3 ("Adoption of an Order to Initiate an Ordinance for Riverside County Campaign Finance Reform") from the June 7, 2011 meeting of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors.

AnonOrange's speech is in Part 2.

RCBOS: June 7, 2011 (1/3) Campaign Disclosure Ordinance
RCBOS: June 7, 2011 (2/3) Scientology gave $50,000 to Jeff Stone's 2010 California senate campaign
RCBOS: June 7, 2011 (3/3) Campaign Disclosure Ordinance

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Re: SUPERVISOR JEFF STONE TRIED TO HIDE DONATIONS FROM CULTI

Postby Marcab21 » Wed Jun 08, 2011 1:17 am

RIVERSIDE COUNTY: Supervisors pursue campaign finance reforms
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Riverside County supervisors agreed today to begin drafting a measure requiring candidates for county office to electronically file campaign finance disclosure reports.

Supervisor John Benoit sponsored the measure. He said electronically filing will make the reports, which detail campaign fundraising and spending, more accessible to the public.

The county already has a system that allows candidates to electronically file the reports but there is no requirement to do so. Benoit said he wants the county ordinance to mirror state regulations.

Those rules require candidates raising at least $25,000 to file electronically. In addition, the state requires a candidate to report within 24 hours any contribution of $1,000 or more that comes in the last 90 days before an election.

Supervisors approved the proposal in a 4-0 vote. Supervisor John Tavaglione was absent the meeting.
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http://blogs.pe.com/news/digest/2011/06 ... ors-p.html

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Re: SUPERVISOR JEFF STONE TRIED TO HIDE DONATIONS FROM CULTI

Postby brownjedi » Wed Jun 08, 2011 10:34 pm

in his white suit



The corrupt mofo is playing the Boss Hogg role to the end isnt he?

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AO Contacts Fiar Political Practices Commission

Postby AngryGayPope » Fri Jun 10, 2011 5:01 am

AO sent me this letter today. It is signed by him and the Grants, a charming elderly couple who are political activists in Riverside. I guess they will get fair gamed now!

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Francois Choquette June 7, 2011
Gary and Thelma Grant
RCUC-Riverside County United Communities
Watchdog Group
P. O. Box 2057
Sun City, CA 92586

Enforcement Division
Fair Political Practices Commission
428 J Street, Suite 620
Sacramento, California 95814
________________________________________________________________________
Subject: Request for expanded review of Jeffrey E. Stone’s 2010 California Senate campaign contributions and current “Jeff Stone for Riverside County Supervisor” campaign contributions, due to the appearance of impropriety.

Background History:
1) Mr. Jeffrey E. Stone was an unsuccessful candidate for the California State Assembly, 66th District in the March 7, 2000 primary election. During this campaign, Mr. Stone failed to maintain original source documentation for a $40,000 loan and violated section 84104. For this Mr. Stone was fined $2,000 through FPPC action: DECISION AND ORDER FPPC NO. 02/1065

2) Mr. Jeffery E. Stone was an unsuccessful candidate for the California State Senate in the June 8, 2010 Primary Election, representing the 36th District. During this campaign Mr. Stone violated the requirements of the Political Reform Act (the “Act”)1 by failing to file online campaign reports disclosing contributions of $1,000 or more during the 90 day period before an election. For this Mr. Stone was fined $16,000 through FPPC action: DECISION AND ORDER
FPPC NO. 10/552

Issues:
The Riverside County United Communities Watchdog Group (RCUC or Community Watchdogs) monitors government activities in Riverside County. Particular attention is given to the Riverside Board of Supervisors. We were extremely vigilant during the local and state elections by monitoring the Registrar of Voters website on a daily basis and meeting with the Registrar and staff on several occasions when questions arose.

Some allegedly serious offences by Riverside Supervisor Jeffrey E. Stone were not detected by our observant monitors simply because the data was not available to the public, as required by law. During the June 8, 2010 California Senate elections, crucially important data was produced and filed approximately two months late by Supervisor Stone, but was only displayed on the Registrar’s Website in December 2010 and on March 23 2011, almost 10 months after the elections took place.

The Riverside County Registrar’s procedures and internal controls need to be audited or reviewed. When Supervisor Jeff Stone’s campaign accountant filed these contributions late on June 2 and June 4, 2010, we believe that the Registrar’s office should have immediately notified the candidate and the authorities given oversight of elections of a probable breach of election laws and immediately put this important data up on their website for public review. Instead they delayed relaying this information to the public for up to 10 months after the election was over.

We believe there are additionally much more disturbing issues regarding Mr. Jeffrey E. Stone’s Senate 2010 campaign: A disproportional amount of these late filings and subsequent posting on the Registrar website come from members of special interest group, the Church of Scientology, a cult group that has a long history of criminal convictions in the US and other countries, including the largest infiltration of the US Federal government. You may be aware of the following history:

Operation Snow White was the Church of Scientology's name for a conspiracy during the 1970s to purge unfavorable records about Scientology and its founder L. Ron Hubbard. This project included a series of infiltrations and thefts from 136 government agencies, foreign embassies and consulates, as well as private organizations critical of Scientology, carried out by Church members, in more than 30 countries;[1] the single largest infiltration of the United States government in history[2] with up to 5,000 covert agents.

The current behavior of the Scientology organization in the US and other countries has not appreciably changed, as evidenced by their 2009 conviction for criminal activity in France, resulting in close to $1,000,000 in fines.

While a Riverside County Supervisor, Mr. Stone has been a steadfast supporter of the special interest group, the cult called the Church of Scientology, as indicated by his actions in introducing an ordinance as requested by Scientology’s staff (Riv. Co. Ordinance 884). The intended purpose of this ordinance being to restrict lawful picketing by former Scientology members and other human rights activists near their armed, fortified, highly guarded 520 acre international headquarters compound located in San Jacinto, by claiming it as a “residence”, rather than acknowledging that it is in actuality their corporate headquarters.

The wording of this ordinance was written with active participation of Scientology attorney Samuel Alhadeff, a heavy contributor to Supervisor Jeff Stone’s campaigns. Lawyer Samuel Alhadeff has additionally, on behalf of the cult, made multiple requests for the closure of Highway 79 (Gilman Springs Rd), a public highway with daily traffic of 17,000 cars, which happens to now pass through the cult’s compound in San Jacinto since the cult brought property on both sides of the road. Each subsequent request had been denied by County staff, for the public benefit.

A main concern of ours is that Supervisor Jeff Stone appears to have effectively created a stealth Political Action Committee (PAC) in collusion with the cult of Scientology, which is wealthy and seeks local political, business and social influence (often using front groups which are not readily identified as being part of the Scientology cult) wherever it operates, following the written policies of its leadership. Our understanding is that churches and “religions” (so identified by the IRS) are not allowed to participate in PACs. This needs to be thoroughly investigated, as according to our calculations, a minimum total of $50,027 was provided by known Scientology cult members, made up of a mixture of wealthy public members, members of the Sea Org (Scientology’s paramilitary group) who are paid a below poverty wage as they are considered to have taken a vow of poverty, and Scientology’s hired lawyers. Many of these contributors reside outside the County or out of state.

This looks suspiciously like an illegal “religious” special interest group constituting a de facto PAC which contributes to election campaigns, and gives the appearance of possible money laundering of campaign contributions and undue influence by Scientology leadership. The appearance of wrong-doing is that possibly some of these people, who have no other known connection to Mr. Stone or to Riverside County other than Scientology, were ordered/compelled to donate to his campaign by their cult leader, Mr. David Miscavige, who operates from Scientology’s international headquarters here in Riverside County at the San Jacinto cult compound, as a means of flowing money and power to Mr. Jeff Stone’s political campaigns in order to buy influence from him.

Consequently, we request a full investigation into the following:
• Approximately 34 high ranking Scientologists, living out of County and out of State, contributed a total of $50,027 to Mr. Jeffrey E. Stone’s California Senate 2010 campaign. Does this constitute an illegal church sponsored PAC?
• Mr. Jeff Stone received a contribution of $3,900 from Fausto’s Bail Bonds operated by Mr. Fausto Atilano. This donation has now disappeared from the Registrar’s contribution spreadsheet. It is our understanding of the law that bail bond officers are forbidden to contribute to law enforcement and local government officials.
• Mr. Jeffrey E. Stone received a contribution of from Mellisa Lippert, Fausto Atilano’s partner in his Bail Bond business. This contribution has stayed on the books. Ms. Lippert has also donated to the Riverside Sheriff’s election $1,000, which we also believe is also another illegal campaign contribution.
• Scientology attorney Samuel Alhadeff made several contributions via different organizations: through Buchanan, Ingersol and Rooney (his law firm in Pennsylvania) and through the “Committee for Effective State Government”, also from the same zip code in Pennsylvania, in addition to his donating personally. The total contribution is well above the required limit of $3,900. This has the appearance of wrong-doing. Does this constitute money laundering?
• Mr. Jeffery E. Stone also received contributions from the Larry Minor family, for which charges of possible money laundering were levied, showing a potential pattern and practice of wrongdoing.
• A total of $39,000 were provided by the Foutz family and CPA/PEHL, FOUTZ, FOUTZ, & TEEGARDEN, and Mr. AARON HEPLER all of which are associated together in some way.

Mr. Stone has received contributions from approximately 500 individuals and corporations. We request that they all be carefully reviewed, particularly the out of county and out of state contributions for both his Senate 2010 election as well as the current “Jeff Stone for Supervisor” campaign.

We believe that these large sums of money have influenced Mr. Stone to favor special interest groups, specifically the cult of Scientology, and additionally to enact ordinances specifically tailored to benefit the Church of Scientology and it’s members, and possibly other groups and corporations.

Members of our RCUC group have addressed the Riverside Board of Supervisors on many occasions regarding this improper Church State entanglement. On Tuesday, June 7, 2011, we also addressed the Board regarding the specific issues raised in this letter. You may watch an excerpt of the proceedings here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAg8Uyt8FPA

We, the Riverside County United Communities Watchdog group respectfully request that you conduct an expanded review of Jeffrey E. Stone’s California Senate 2010 campaign and the current “Jeff Stone for Riverside County Supervisor” campaign contributions.
Sincerely,
Francois Choquette, Gary and Thelma Grant
Francois Choquette, Gary and Thelma Grant for
Riverside County United Communities Watchdog group

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Re: SUPERVISOR JEFF STONE TRIED TO HIDE DONATIONS FROM CULTI

Postby Marcab21 » Fri Jun 10, 2011 5:55 am

The premise introduced in the letter to the FPPC should be copied to the Criminal Investigations Division of the IRS, with one significant change.

We don't know that Jeff Stone "created" the "stealth PAC", but with the email from Lucy Cole as evidence it is more provable that Scientology management itself directed the donations. This could be shown to be an ongoing pattern on Scientology's part, when witness accounts from ex-members on being advised on how to vote can be combined with actual election results (such as the unusual data from the Gold Base precinct years ago on the "Mental Health Act" aka Proposition 63).

Such a letter can be concluded with a request for a criminal investigation that would substantiate violations of the requirements for Scientology's continuing asset secrecy and exemptions via their 501c3 status, and it can also be copied to the office of Senator Grassley with a request for a blanket review of the original 1993 exemption award to Scientology. All of this is in line with the goals of the IRS's own "Political Activities Compliance Initiative" of 2008.

The Criminal Investigation department of the IRS is at 1111 Constitution Ave NW, Room 2501, Washington, DC 20224

A main concern of ours is that Supervisor Jeff Stone appears to have effectively created a stealth Political Action Committee (PAC) in collusion with the cult of Scientology, which is wealthy and seeks local political, business and social influence (often using front groups which are not readily identified as being part of the Scientology cult) wherever it operates, following the written policies of its leadership. Our understanding is that churches and “religions” (so identified by the IRS) are not allowed to participate in PACs. This needs to be thoroughly investigated, as according to our calculations, a minimum total of $50,027 was provided by known Scientology cult members, made up of a mixture of wealthy public members, members of the Sea Org (Scientology’s paramilitary group) who are paid a below poverty wage as they are considered to have taken a vow of poverty, and Scientology’s hired lawyers. Many of these contributors reside outside the County or out of state.

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Postby Don Carlo » Mon Jun 13, 2011 5:45 pm

Subpoena the contributors, starting with Ms. Bart Simpson (Lisa Cartwright). Ask under oath if anyone asked them to give money to Jeff Stone, and name that person. Then, subpoena THAT person, and work up, with subpoenas, to the likely mastermind of the illegal PAC, Miscavige. I'm not a lawyer, but I bet this could crack the loyalties of many Hollywood public members of CoS.

If they blabber that conversations about donations to Stone are covered under priest-penitent privilege, that exposes that "privilege" as not holy confession, but political fund-raising, which is illegal (for a 501(c)3 charity) like CoS.

As a near-term action, how about a journalist listing the Hollywood celebrities in a newspaper or magazine, and explaining the possibility of legal action. That may ensure Jeff Stone NEVER gets another dime from Lisa Cartwright.

P.S. Sea Org members do not take a vow of poverty. In fact, the "stats" which reward them with money in exchange for selling Scientology books and services, is money-obsessed.* Trust-fund babies like Celeb Centre President and Sea Org worker Tommy Davis, if smart, can hang onto their inheritance and live nicely. Miscavige at the top of the Sea Org hierarchy, has fancy clothes, shoes, and motorcyles, while real vows of poverty by monks can be so extreme the monks don't even own their own clothes. If judges and governments think there is a Sea Org vow of poverty, they have been hoodwinked, just like many workers who started working at CoS by signing the ordinary staff contract first (saying they didnt expect minimum wage) reassured that as ordinary staff they could still hold another job, and then months or years later signed the Sea Org contract (with no mention of a vow of poverty), and suddenly they're trapped for a billion years with no outside jobs allowed, and abysmal pay. See more at Scientology is Violating State Employment Laws! viewtopic.php?f=9&t=27336

*Commanding Officer of the Flag Service Organization, Debbie Cook, bought a new $40,000 car with the commission she made from Maria's coerced donation END QUOTE # 5 from http://www.holysmoke.org/cos/maria0.htm

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Re: AO to Stone "You Should Resign" - Applauded at BOS Meeti

Postby mnql1 » Thu Oct 13, 2011 9:52 pm

mnql1 wrote:
AngryGayPope wrote:I just got off the phone with AO who said he gave his best speech ever. Stone just sat their as AO was allowed to talk for about nine minutes. He apparently nailed Stone for this whole new batch of campaign improprieties (Stone's third such scandal). All the while Stone just sat their in his white suit sliding into his seat like melting ice cream.

After his speech AO was applauded although you might not hear it well on video as there are no mikes in the audience. Nobody is suposed to make a noise usually during these meetings.

Can't wait to see the video!

On YouTube, video of agenda item 3.3 ("Adoption of an Order to Initiate an Ordinance for Riverside County Campaign Finance Reform") from the June 7, 2011 meeting of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors.

AnonOrange's speech is in Part 2.

RCBOS: June 7, 2011 (1/3) Campaign Disclosure Ordinance
RCBOS: June 7, 2011 (2/3) Scientology gave $50,000 to Jeff Stone's 2010 California senate campaign
RCBOS: June 7, 2011 (3/3) Campaign Disclosure Ordinance

The Tuesday, October 18, 2011 agenda of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors contains the following item:

3.6 SUPERVISOR BENOIT: INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 913 Requiring Electronic Campaign Finance Disclosure.

PDF of the ordinance: http://rivcocob.com/agenda/2011/10_18_11/03.06.pdf

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Re: SUPERVISOR JEFF STONE TRIED TO HIDE DONATIONS FROM CULTI

Postby mnql1 » Sun Oct 16, 2011 4:19 am

On Tues., Oct. 4, 2011, Supervisor Jeff Stone asked Riverside County staff to prepare a Monday workshop about human trafficking to inform the public. Monday workshops, like regular Tuesday Board of Supervisor meetings, include a public comments segment, though there are often no speakers. The agenda is always published in advance.

This Monday workshop on human trafficking has not yet been officially scheduled. Scientology's involvement in human trafficking will no doubt be neglected, so this might be an opportunity to inform the public.

The YouTube video below shows Jeff Stone's Oct. 4 request for a workshop about human trafficking:

Jeff Stone requests a workshop on human trafficking Oct. 4, 2011
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Protester AnonOrange to show video this week at BOS

Postby AngryGayPope » Sun Oct 16, 2011 6:18 pm

FROM ANONORANGE:
BTW, I'll did a speech at the Riverside Watchdog group today to play back at the Riverside Board of Sups. I really can't attend the BoS meeting, so Mr. Grant will present my video during the ordinance discussion.

It's about the new campaign financing ordinance. It may sound good on paper, but it's a crock. Thank you mnql1 for noticing the ordinance.

You may remember that Jeff Stone blamed his accountant and the accountant paid the $16,000 fine. Well it turns out that Ol'Jeff has been repaying his account back. He's almost paid the $16K.

How this guy can get away with suff like that is simply incredible.
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AGP RESPONSE:Man you don't have to be woodward or bernstein, you don't even have to be nancy drew, to catch these pricks. When will the govt stop being the problem and enforce it's own constitution??

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Re: SUPERVISOR JEFF STONE TRIED TO HIDE DONATIONS FROM CULTI

Postby mnql1 » Tue Oct 18, 2011 9:11 pm

At the Oct. 18, 2011 meeting of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, AnonOrange commented, via a pre-recorded video, about the campaign disclosure ordinance that was on the agenda.
Campaign Disclosure Ordinance: Oct. 18, 2011
(Mr. Gary Grant introduces the pre-recorded comments by AnonOrange at 11:02)

Julie Waltz asked again about how to set in motion the repeal of Ordinance 884 and about the workshop on human trafficking that Supervisor Jeff Stone requested.
Ordinance 884 and Human Trafficking: Oct. 18, 2011

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Re: SUPERVISOR JEFF STONE TRIED TO HIDE DONATIONS FROM CULTI

Postby brownjedi » Tue Oct 18, 2011 9:52 pm

Stone needs to go!


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