Friday, November 21, 2014

Kelley Lynch's Email To IRS Re. The Slanderous Leonard Cohen Rolling Stone Piece Michael Ingrassia Brought To My Attention & His Witness Perspective

From: Kelley Lynch <>
Date: Fri, Nov 21, 2014 at 9:12 PM
Subject: Re: Trial Transcript Review
To: IRS cc:  Multiple Recipients


Michelle Blaine is out of control and appears to be working in conjunction with Gianelli still.  No surprise on this end.  Where are we in the transcript.  Streeter is eliciting testimony about the slanderous Rolling Stone piece that Michael Ingrassia brought to my attention in front of Ross Oviatt.  See Michael Ingrassia's position on Streeter's psychotic statements.  Cohen, the victimizer - and Streeter - are victimizing the victim - me.  I think Michael Ingrassia had some good insights into Cohen.  See below.

All the best,

Cohen confirms that his email address is  RT 183

Streeter:  This would be People’s 10 … and it’s tab 7.  RT 183  Streeter:  Now, after you received that voice mail, do you recognize the person on that message?  Cohen:  Yes, Ma’am.  That’s Kelley Lynch.  Streeter:  Did you receive that voice mail message in approximately – sometime in the month of February 2012?  Cohen:  That’s right, I did.  Streeter:  And do you recall listening to that voice mail message, her mentioning reading the Rolling Stone Magazine dated the same month?  … Cohen:  Yes, I heard her say that.  RT 194

Michael Ingrassia and Ross Oviatt were present for this message.

I just spoke with Michael Ingrassia.  He handed me the Rolling Stone article that Streeter elicited testimony over.  Here's his position on the matter.  He witnessed my ire at being exploited - by Cohen - in the press re. Cohen's self serving purposes.  Michael said - you were dealing with a wage garnishment (and he was my "boss" on the ACLU campaign).  The victimizer (Cohen) in the press and in public purporting to be the victim while he is in the act of victimizing his victim, me.  Michael said "it's ridiculous" and I said - that's the entire trial.  The victimizer victimizing his victim.  Here's Michael's very relevant and intuitive take on Cohen - words don't mean anything to him.  Words are tools to discuss an already delusional view of things (his) for momentary advantage.  He doesn't mean what he says, according to Michael, and he doesn't say what he means.  That's his "craft."  He says things that really don't say much  but people think he's profound.  See Streeter.  She thought he was profound.  I've sat in on countless interviews and because he doesn't say anything worthwhile or something you can interpret, people think he's profound.  Michael thinks Cohen has two conversations -  one that you think he's having with you and another one in his head.  Bottom line - Michael knows words mean nothing to Cohen and understands that my call re. the Rolling Stone article was a cease and desist legal call.