Sunday, November 23, 2014

Kelley Lynch Email To DOJ Re. Leonard Cohen Had Numerous Social Security Numbers, Understood That, & Does Not Bother To Abide By California DMV Requirements

From: Kelley Lynch <>
Date: Sun, Nov 23, 2014 at 4:59 PM
Subject: Re:
To: DOJ cc:  Multiple Recipients


Not much in this section to review.  However, one does wonder why this man doesn't simply provide me with the iRS required form 1099, etc.  Who knows how he dated anything?  He'll say anything.  He testified that he didn't check his emails or voice mails while on tour in 2008-2011.  How did he email everything to his lawyers immediately?  You would probably have to seize their computers to figure that out.  Leonard Cohen has changed his social security number and he is well aware of that.  He had Burt Goldstein's office handle his numerous social security numbers after Marty Machat's death.  That's now, according to his latest court filings, hearsay although I have the confirmation letters to me and you must have access to that information.  Leonard Cohen does not have a California driver's license.  He has a New York license registered at his sister's house.  According to him, he has resided in California since 1993 when he re-obtained his green card.  California requires that you obtain a California license - if you drive - within 10 days of residing here.  For 20 years, Cohen has ignored that law.  He does whatever he wants and comes up with some garbage excuse.  Is there a reason California has that requirement?  Well, evidently Leonard Cohen is exempt from that requirement as well.  Leonard Cohen will simply come up with another lie, another story, another excuse.  

All the best,
PD:  Now I want to talk to you a little bit about those voice mails that you listened to.  Now, those voice mails, they didn’t have a date stamp, correct?  You didn’t hear the date of the actual message, correct?  Cohen:  No, Sir.  PD:  Okay.   So there’s no – other than your own documentation of when you received them, there is no other documentation as to when these were actually received?  Cohen:  The only documentation would be that usually I sent them to my lawyer on the day or the day after they were received.  So from that point of view, there is a date.  PD:  Okay.  So it would be your emails?  Cohen:  I’m sorry?  PD:  Through your email log?  Cohen:  Yes, Sir.  PD:  Okay.  So you actually, you recorded them right when you heard them?  Cohen:  Close to the time.  I would sometimes come back late at night or the next day and I would record them.  PD:  And then you would send them immediately to your attorneys, correct?  Cohen:  Yes, Sir.  PD:  Now, you never changed your phone number, did you?  Cohen:  No, I didn’t.  PD:  And you actually have changed your phone number in the past, correct?  Cohen:  I’m sorry.  PD:  You’ve actually changed your phone number in the past, correct?  Cohen:  I think I changed it the last time in the mid-80s.  PD:  Okay.  But you didn’t change your phone number after you got these voice mails; yes or no?  Cohen:  No, Sir.  PD:  Okay.  You also – you never changed – you know Ms. Lynch had information regarding your driver’s license and social security?  Cohen:  That’s correct.  PD:  You never changed your social security number, correct?  Cohen:  That’s correct.  PD:  You never changed your social security number?  Cohen:  NO, I didn’t change my social security number.  PD:  Or your California driver’s license?  Cohen:  I don’t have a California driver’s license?  PD:  Okay.  You’ve never changed your email, correct?  Cohen:  Correct.  PD:  It’s still the same email, baldymonk, since you’ve been using – since the ‘90s, correct?  Cohen:  That’s correct.  RT 301-303  

Streeter:  How come you haven’t changed your social security number.
Cohen:  I don’t think that’s -- I don’t think you can change your social security number.  RT 319

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