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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

It's Autumn and Already There's a Raid...

News is that the law firm of Lackie, Dammeier McGill and Ethir got raided by Orange County DA investigators in Upland

The law firm which has already dissolved in response to civil litigation filed against it is being investigated most likely in connection with a dust up that took place in Costa Mesa last year involving two elected officials, the Orange County Sheriff's Association and the law firm. 

More to come...

I'm still recuperating from surgery to replace the shoulder that experienced what my surgeon called "the creme de la creme" of humerus fractures and working very hard at trying to make my shoulder and arm work again.  Anyway, I was watching a Disney movie, called "The Shaggy D.A." that was a sequel of course to the "Shaggy Dog".  Dean Jones played him in the newer film as a man who had decided to take on small town corruption by throwing his hat in the D.A.'s race where he'd be taking on a fat cat who'd profited from the corruption he oversaw in his little kingdom.

Suzanne Pleshette played his bewildered but very supportive political spouse and Tim Conway drove an ice cream truck with a sheepdog who became the other persona of the shaggy D.A.

Good for RPOA and Brian Smith! Whoever participated in this kind of slimy politics, shame on you. AND, if you think targeting the innocent and sweet wife of Mike Hestrin is going to gain you favor, especially amongst the female voters, then you are obviously oblivious that it will backfire. Intelligent women will not allow themselves to be used as a pawn. We're smarter than that, AND we won't be used as a means to your dirty politics! This kind of political strategy that attacks innocent family members is unacceptable, offensive, and unforgiveable. As RPOA's President Brian Smith put it best, this "makes my blood boil." Eventually, the truth and justice will prevail.

---Michelle Paradise, Riverside County District Attorney's office at the site


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