Monday, November 24, 2014

Kelley Lynch Email To IRS, FBI & DOJ Re. Leonard "Pinocchio" Cohen

From: Kelley Lynch <>
Date: Mon, Nov 24, 2014 at 1:37 PM
Subject: Re:
To: IRS, FBI & DOJ cc:  Multiple Recipients

Hello IRS, FBI, and DOJ,

Leonard "Pinocchio" Cohen must have spent a long time conjuring up his carefully crafted comment here.  This man either needs to be drug tested or he is one of the most extreme liars in this world.  I wouldn't go to this man's concert or drive down his street if my life depended on it.  He's just making it up, spinning out, and thoroughly discursive and neurotic.  Who would view this man as a religious individual?  Is theft acceptable in his religious tradition?  Lying evidently is.  He cannot stop lying.  But, as Steven Machat noted, he's "hedging" his bets re. the IRS bringing criminal charges.  His team of representatives who will do and say anything can come up with another lie and argue the statutes of limitations have run.  Of course, he could be deported.  I think this man's sense of entitlement is inconceivable.  But, LA Confidential likes a celebrity.  They even target innocent people for them.  The City Attorney's prosecutors are starstruck.  So far, my tone was threatening to a man that sounds like Dame Edith Sitwell.  A Dallas FBI investigation into a murder, Aryan Nation, meth labs, meth production, and the Cartel is an implied threat to Cohen.  And, he evidently thinks of me every time he sees a car.  Ask yourself:  who is obsessed with whom?  The folks in Dark Shadows LA Confidential really seem to appreciate this liar.

All the best,

PD:  Okay.  Now, you said on Friday that every time you see a car slow down, you get worried.  Do you remember saying that?  Cohen:  That’s correct.  PD:  Now, you knew that throughout the last three years Ms. Lynch has lived in Colorado, correct?  Cohen:  Yes, Sir.  PD:  And in New Jersey, correct?  Cohen:  Correct.  PD:  Florida, correct?  Cohen:  Correct.  PD:  Berkeley, correct.  Cohen:  Yes, Sir.  PD:  In fact, you say you haven’t seen her at all for over 7 years, correct?  Prior to this case.  Cohen:  That’s correct.  PD:  You never reported to the police that she was outside your home, correct?  Cohen:  No, Sir.  PD:  You never saw her outside your home?  Cohen:  No, Sir.  PD:  You never saw her drive down the street?  Cohen:  I don’t know if I saw her drive down the street or not, Sir.  PD:  You never saw her when you were on the street, correct?  Cohen:  I never saw her drive down the street.  PD:  Okay.  And you never saw her at any of your concerts?  Cohen:  I don’t know.  I didn’t check out every member of the audience, Sir.  PD:  Okay. But you didn’t see her, correct?  Cohen:  Correct.  PD:  She never said “I’m going to kill you,” correct.  Cohen:  She never said those words, no.  PD:  She never said – she never said that she was going to see you at a particular time or location, correct?  Cohen:  Correct … PD:  And you’ve actually never – in the over 20 years that you’ve known Ms. Lynch, you’ve never called the police about any violence that she’s done against you, correct?  Cohen:  No, Sir.  PD:  Not at all?  Cohen:  No, Sir.  PD:  And yet every single time a car slows down, you get worried?  Streeter:  Objection; argumentative.  Court;  Sustained.  RT 313-315