Monday, April 29, 2013

His Majesty, Judge Pat Dixon, Actually Thinks Eminem's Song PUKE Was Written For Him - Including The Reference To Dry Humping? Do The Taxpayers Actually Have To Pay A Lunatic With This Type Of Revenge Fantasy?

Listen to Eminem's PUKE and decide for yourself - Is Eminem singing about LA Judge Pat Dixon or does Dixon have serious self-inflicted revenge fantasies about a woman he doesn't know:  Kelley Lynch 

From: Kelley Lynch <>
Date: Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 12:50 PM
Subject: Fwd:
To: The-14th Sheepdog <>, STEPHEN GIANELLI <>, Washington Field <>, "*irs. commissioner" <*>, ASKDOJ <>, "Kelly.Sopko" <>, "Doug.Davis" <>, Dennis <>, rbyucaipa <>, Robert MacMillan <>, moseszzz <>, a <>, wennermedia <>, "Hoffman, Rand" <>, Mick Brown <>, woodwardb <>, "glenn.greenwald" <>, lrohter <>

To the FBI,

I have relentlessly advised this stark raving lunatic, Gianelli, to cease and desist.  He lies to the IRS and FBI, about the IRS and FBI, and transmits fraud to the IRS and FBI.  Cohen does the same.
My attorney and I are addressing Cohen's perjury and material lies.  Also, Streeter's false accusations, etc.  These lies are knowing and intentional.  They are material.  Cohen already confessed to lyiing on the stand and the issue was material. The DMV statute requires a dating relationship regardless of what this lying lunatic says and Cohen's testimony on that issue merely proves that he lies. 
Any issues that are denied - including with respect to Phil Spector - will be appealed to a higher court.

Judge Dixon should get a life.  If he thinks Eminem - who wrote PUKE (and referenced dry humping in a live song dedicated to Mariah Carey) - wants to dry hump him the man is a very sick and disturbed individual with very psychotic self-inflicted revenge fantasies.  I didn't email "His Majesty." Perhaps Gianelli, the talking dog, did.  I did, however, speak to Investigator Frayeh about this insanity and he felt Gianelli was a "shady character" who may have found a sympathetic ear about me with Spector prosecutor Alan Jackson and advised me that he would investigate that.  The FBI really should speak to Investigator Frayeh.  He, at least, is a very professional man - unlike some of the lying lunatics I've talked to at the DA's office.

All the best,

Even if a witness intentionally lies from the witness stand it is not perjury UNLESS the "lie" can be proven by at least two additional witnesses, the lie was knowing and intentional, and (most importantly) MATERIAL, that is had the potential of changing the outcome of the trial. And, or course, the false statements must be uttered from the witness stand while under oath.
Leonard Cohen and his lawyers all perjured themselves.  In fact, Cohen confessed to perjury - lying on the stand under oath.  The prosecutor's lies are extensive and are being addressed as well.
Cohen's several allegedly inconsistent descriptions of the Spector gun incident were at best COLLATERAL to the issues before the jury in your criminal harassment trial, and to the extent that your writ EXTENSIVELY speaks about those things, or Phil Spector, you doom it to the SUMMARILY DENIED pile.
Inconsistent?  Leonard Cohen LIES about Phil Spector.  He testified that Phil Spector held a gun to his HEAD; he wrote the prosecutor - during the trial - that Phil Spector held a gun to his NECK; and the prosecutors in Phil Spector's matter (see online motions, etc.) noted that Phil Spector held a gun to Cohen's CHEST.  These inconsistent statements prove that Cohen lies and bolsters the lie he admitted to on the stand.  Anything that is summarily denied will be appealed to a higher court.  I know appellate divisions cover for trial courts and this one refused to permit me to abandon my appeal.
What Judge Dixon should have or have not thought twice about is irrelevant to your bizarre and disturbing emails to his honor and it is not up to you to address that, let alone in the sick and disturbed manner you did. 
I never emailed Dixon.  Talk about sick and disturbed - a judge thinks Eminem's PUKE was written for him.  I think that sums things up just perfectly.