Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Kelley Lynch's Email To Leonard Cohen's Alleged "Informant," Julie Eisenberg

From: Kelley Lynch <kelley.lynch.2010@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Jan 13, 2015 at 4:04 PM
Subject: Leonard Cohen
To: Julie Eisenberg cc:  IRS, FBI, DOJ, Multiple Recipients


I spoke with Ian today and he provided me with this email address for you.  I'm writing because, according to Betsy Superfon, you are Leonard Cohen's alleged "informant" who advised his daughter that he could not retire.  I find that allegation utterly preposterous and, in particular, because you worked for my greeting card company for one or two weeks in August 2004, were supervised at all times by my mother, and had no access to corporate books, records, stock units, accounting and financial information, or federal tax returns proving I am a partner who owns 15% of all Cohen intellectual property.  Betsy Superfon advised me that you are the informant and went into some details about your assault her maid, stealing her jewelry and dog, and a file prior to heading to Vegas.  I have no idea if this is true and generally found her drama to be highly annoying.  

Would you hit reply all and confirm if you are in fact the infamous informant who advised Leonard Cohen that he could never retire.  Strange as he had just receive $1 million; owes the retirement account in excess of $6.7 million; followed through with a multi-million lithograph deal; etc.  

On another note, if you are the individual who advised Cohen that I had a gigolo, I would appreciate any details regarding that psychotic allegation as well.

For the record, IRS (as I explained to your brother) are copied in because I reported Cohen's criminal tax fraud to IRS in April 2005 and have been documenting everything that's unfolded for them since that time.

Thank you.

Kelley Lynch