Saturday, April 6, 2013

Evidently Gianelli - Aligned With Cohen And An Individual Who May Have Found A Sympathetic Ear Re. Me With DDA Alan Jackson - Had My Letter To Alan Jackson Removed From Scribd

From: Kelley Lynch <>
Date: Sat, Apr 6, 2013 at 2:18 PM
Subject: Fwd: The Whore Liars OF Ft. Liquordale ... Drugs, etc.
To: STEPHEN GIANELLI <>, The-14th Sheepdog <>, Washington Field <>, "*irs. commissioner" <*>, ASKDOJ <>, "Kelly.Sopko" <>, Dennis <>, rbyucaipa <>, Robert MacMillan <>, moseszzz <>, a <>, wennermedia <>, "Hoffman, Rand" <>, Mick Brown <>, woodwardb <>, "glenn.greenwald" <>, lrohter <>, info <>, "" <>, "Francisco.A.Suarez" <>

To the FBI,
I have repeatedly advised Stephen Gianelli (who is writing me as the 14th Sheepdog and using various email addresses to get past my spam filter) to cease and desist.  Apparently, this dangerously unstable individual (with motive) advised Scribd to remove my extremely serious letter to Alan Jackson.  That letter was hand delivered, by Investigator William Frayeh, to DA Steve Cooley, DDA Alan Jackson, and DDA Truc Do.  It addresses very serious issues - including Leonard Cohen's tax fraud, theft from me, witnesses and evidence, and the ongoing criminal harassment with respect to Stephen Gianelli.  It also addresses the insanity with respect to Pat Dixon who - according to Gianelli - feared for his  life over Eminem's lyric to PUKE which includes a reference to dry humping. 

I think the fact that the DA elected not to prosecute Leonard Cohen and, instead, decided to target me with the City Attorney's office demands an investigation.

Gianelli has relentlessly been advised to cease and desist and his obsession with me continues.  Clearly, the FBI should investigate his connections to Leonard Cohen, his representations, Alan Jackson, Sandra Jo Streeter, and others. 

All the best,

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From: The-14th Sheepdog <>
Date: Sat, Apr 6, 2013 at 1:07 PM
Subject: Re: The Whore Liars OF Ft. Liquordale ... Drugs, etc.
To: Kelley Lynch <>

Why did remove your so-called letter to Alan Jackson?

Since your "letter" included a cut and paste wholesale use of the literary work of another, one simply needs to ask "who owns the rights?"

That is the ONLY person who had the right to ask Scribd to remove it under the DMCA.

That same person has a history of removing simular posts from the internet an an alternative to litigation, is that not so?

You can be awfully dense sometimes.
--His Holyness the 14th Sheepdog.