Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Kelley Lynch Email to Alan Hootnick Re. Leonard Cohen, His Operative & Assorted Sycophants: The System Certainly Does Work Beautifully For The Criminal

From: Kelley Lynch <kelley.lynch.2013@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Dec 1, 2015 at 9:48 AM
Subject: Fwd:
To: alan hootnick <ahootnick@yahoo.com>, Stephen Gianelli <stephengianelli@gmail.com>

Alan Hootnick,

Have you seen me relentlessly advise this criminal to cease and desist?  He's clearly Cohen's operative and now writing me about the "Man FROM LA Mancha."  He must mean the Man From U.N.C.L.E., no?  Did Cohen bring himself up by lying, cheating, stealing, and committing tax fraud?  Cohen decided to work so he sold records.  That's how it happens.  He was also contractually obligated to tour.  Actually, when one tours, you sell records.  

I haven't filed suit against Leonard Cohen yet but will be filing a federal RICO suit in the very near future.  Cohen didn't win a judgment.  He fraudulently obtained a default judgment, evidence of theft and money laundering, by failing to serve me the summons and complaint.  I did report Cohen's tax fraud to IRS on April 15, 2005 and at other times.  I haven't seen any evidence from IRS proving Cohen was exonerated.  The prosecutor during my trial advised the jurors that Cooley elected not to prosecute Cohen.  That might explain why Cohen was on the stand testifying about Phil Spector and a gun.  The prosecutor elicited that testimony after Cohen confirmed that he was a recipient on an email to Dennis Riordan.  He wasn't.  That was perjured testimony.  Well, LA Superior Court doesn't seem to mind that Cohen personally testified that I never stole from him - just his "peace of mind" - and we were in a "purely business relationship."  Cohen's three versions of the Spector good rock 'n roll gun story before LA Superior Court doesn't faze the court.  His lies, fraud, and perjury work so I anticipate more lies, etc.

I don't agree that criminal tax fraud has a six year statute of limitations.  

It's me that's out of touch with reality.  Not Cohen?  He's the one with the stories about his role in MKULTRA; being recon during of Bay of Pigs; planning to join the Israeli army with no military experience (during Yom Kippur War); and all his stories about massive drug abuse, alcoholism, and psychiatric problems.  Leonard Cohen is a chronic liar and misogynist.  Gianelli is his operative.  They can listen to "Man OF La Mancha" in a coffee klatch in hell.

B the way, I did speak with the tax authorities in Canada and am aware that there are no statute of limitations in Canada.  Cohen, Canada's National Treasure, cannot reside there due to tax and residence issues.  As he personally informed me - Cohen obtained a new green card, immediately after abandoning one in 1988, because Canada asks where you filed your prior returns and IRS doesn't.  

Gianelli must be working on this 24/7.  I wonder what his employers pay him.  He is an "unofficial member" of Cohen's legal team and probably affiliated with Spector's prosecutors from what I can tell.  

Kelley Lynch

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Stephen R. Gianelli <stephengianelli@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Dec 1, 2015 at 8:54 AM
To: kelley.lynch.2013@gmail.com
Cc: ahootnick@yahoo.com

Ms. Lynch, you write:

“Leonard Cohen brought himself down.”


How, exactly?

Financially? A net worth going from near zero in 2004 to more than $50 MILLION today is up, not down.

Record sales? He has sold more records since 2004 than he did before you left his employ.

Critically? Let’s see now. 2006 inducted into the Canadian Songwriter’s Hall of Fame. 2007 received a Grammy for Album of the Year. 2008  inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. 2010 received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. 2010 Cohen was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.  No, I don’t think that is  what one would call a downward career trend – by any measure.

Okay, perhaps you meant legally? Let’s see. Kelley Lynch has been threatening to sue Leonard Cohen in federal and state court since 2004, but has never even filed suit, let alone won a judgment against him. Kelley Lynch reported Cohen to the IRS Criminal Division in 2006, but was cleared in 2007 (or so his attorneys claim, but it is a matter of record that a. no criminal charges were ever filed against him and b. the statute of limitation for tax fraud is six years and has run). No, Cohen was not brought down in a legal sense.

One can only conclude, Ms. Lynch, that you are not residing what most people would call “reality”.

Stephen Gianelli
Crete, Greece