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DA investigator Steve Jacobson has been charged with contempt based on his conduct in connection with the people versus audio Pontillo.
Jacobson is accused of tampering with the jury in a declaration by judge Scott Steffen in the case of the PEOPLE v. ALEO JOHN PONTILLO.
Jacobson has been notified that contempt proceedings are criminal in nature. If the court finds you in contempt the possible penalties include jail sentence, community service and fine.
The court date is May 15, 2015.
In this episode I'll answer a listener question: "If you have a $4,000 loan at zero percent interest that will be paid off in 12 months, why spend $4,000 of your savings to get rid of a $333 payment?" I've heard many variations of this question over the years. It essentially boils down to this one: "Is a little debt okay?" Debt is a dangerous thing and can spread like wild fire and eat up your personal wealth. We'll dive into this in today's episode!
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Amish is a seasoned Tarot Reader, Medium, and Spiritual Healer with a great sense of humour.
She's had formal training over the years, a lot of experience and is very good at what she does. Like the host of this show, she has a low tolerance for the ones who just want some psychic to tell them what they want to hear, and that everything is going to be ok without doing any of the work needed to bring about the desired changes in their life.
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Carol Patton has studied Numerology for a long time and feels it’s her duty to help people co-exist peacefully and get through life. She does not feel life is about material possessions, but rather, it’s about embracing each other.
Carol uses Numerology to help people understand what their purpose in life is, why there are here and why things are happening.
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When Lisabeth Mackall opened her front door at 2:30am on January 2, 2012, it changed her life forever. She learned that her husband, Police Officer Frank Mackall, had been in a serious motor vehicle accident while on duty, and had been airlifted to a hospital. When Lisabeth opened her front door, she unknowingly entered the world of brain injury. She had to follow “Another Fork in the Road.” Lisabeth will share how she and her family picked up the remnants, pieced them together with patience, persistence, and love, and forged a new life.
Every TBI survivor and caregiver has encountered a fork in the road that has diverted his or her life-plan. A car accident, a fall from the roof, doing one more chin-up, an IED blast, or a door literally slamming one in the face are just some causes of traumatic brain injury. College, walking down the aisle in the perfect dress, or the coveted job quickly slips from reality as dreams turn to struggle. These unexpected life-happenings that divert one from his or her chosen path in life can be devastating.
But as Yogi Berra once said, “If you come to a fork in the road, take it.” Life is all about choices!
To learn more about me, please visit my blogs.
Survivng Traumatic Brain Injury Blog: survivingtraumaticbraininjury.com
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The Human Solution International LIVE with Joe and Kristin
Listen to 'News From the Front Lines LIVE with Joe Grumbine and Kristin Flor!' Regular guest stars include Eugene Fischer (plant prisoner for 26 years), Craig Cesal (serving life in prison for our plant), Stacey Theis (Cannabus), Stephanie Landa (LPOP), Kathie Z (retired nurse), and Tom Korby (THSI Leader) ~ Other guests include cannabis defendants, prisoners, doctors, lawyers, THSI chapter leaders, and more! Join us each week as we help educate our communities and spread awareness ~
No One Should Go To Jail For A Plant!
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Author Hitomi Kemper
In 1962, Hitomi was born in a small village named Oozato in the city of Okinawa, Japan. She played basketball in middle school and was very active as a student. Despite her parents’ separation, she was accomplished in academics. She enrolled in Koza high school. Struggling to pay for tuition, she worked. After she graduated from the Koza high school, she attended Kokusai Kankou Gakuen. She learned English. She met her Husband, Kenneth, in 1982. They went back to the States where she gave birth to Kenny. Two years later, the couple moved back to Okinawa. Kenneth was an Air Force Sergeant and was stationed at Kadena Air Force base for four years. She gave birth to Lynn during this time. After the four years of duty, the family moved back to the States where she gave birth to Joshua. She has been a mother of three children, and supported the family. While she was raising three children, she observed society, community, environment and humanity. Hitomi learned English as a second language at Yuba Community College in California. She became interested in English literature. She now enjoys writing and painting. She is currently acquiring an AA degree in Accounting at Ashworth College. Hitomi worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant for the Sunrise Senior Living home in Arizona. Later she was promoted to work for the Renaissance Rehabilitation Center in Arizona.
This week all the traditional mainstream media descended on Baltimore. There was acomment by protester Danielle Williams to MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts that exposed the dereliction of duty by the traditional mainstream media. She said the following.
“My question to you is, when we were out here protesting all last week for six days straight peacefully, there were no news cameras, there were no helicopters, there was no riot gear, and nobody heard us,” Danielle Williams said. “So now that we’ve burned down buildings and set businesses on fire and looted buildings, now all of the sudden everybody wants to hear us. Why does it take a catastrophe like this in order for America to hear our cry?” she continued. “I mean, enough is enough. We’ve had too many lives lost at the hands of police officers. Enough is enough.”
There is much within that statement.
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