Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Kelley Lynch's Email to Dennis Riordan and Bruce Cutler Re. Phil Spector, Leonard Cohen, Perjured Testimony, IRS & Federal Tax Matters, Etc.

From: Kelley Lynch <>
Date: Wed, Dec 28, 2016 at 9:47 AM
To: Dennis <>, bruce <>, "*IRS.Commisioner" <*>, Washington Field <>, "Division, Criminal" <>, MollyHale <>, fsb <>, rbyucaipa <>, khuvane <>, blourd <>, Robert MacMillan <>, a <>, wennermedia <>, Mick Brown <>, "glenn.greenwald" <>, Harriet Ryan <>, "hailey.branson" <>, Stan Garnett <>, Mike Feuer <>, "mayor.garcetti" <>, Opla-pd-los-occ <>, "Kelly.Sopko" <>, Whistleblower <>, Attacheottawa <>,, alan hootnick <>

Mr. Riordan and Mr. Cutler,

May I have your opinions on the City Attorney's use of the April 18, 2011 email to Dennis Riordan and IRS Commissioner's Staff during my trial.  See one piece of evidence attached.  Leonard Cohen was not copied on this email but it permitted Streeter to elicit testimony about Phil Spector.  It permitted Cohen to lie that I said he perjured himself in Spector's Grand Jury.  Mick Brown reviewed the trial transcript and I have said that ad nauseum.  Furthermore, Cohen told me for 20 years that Spector never held a gun on him.  What justified the prosecutor calling Cohen as a witness about Phil Spector?  Because the Cohen and Spector cases are linked and that's why I'm being targeted.  How was an email to Dennis Riordan authenticated when it is hearsay.  Who was copied?  Alan Jackson, Truc Do, and William Frayeh as well as IRS.  Streeter concealed the evidence related to the IRS Commissioner's Staff and the fact that I confirmed for Dennis Riordan that Cohen refused to provide me with the tax information.  Cohen was not copied on this email but testified that he was.  He later confirmed, under cross, that he didn't really review all the email addresses.  Who would believe this man?  He confessed to perjuring himself during the trial on another issue.  

I think any reasonable person would understand why I wrote Bruce Cutler once the prosecutor confirmed that Cooley's investigator was in the courtroom.  Do they want to target me now over my requests for IRS required tax and corporate information, private litigation matters, and the fact that proxy operative Stephen Gianelli has targeted me, my sons, family members, friends, Paulette Brandt, and others for over seven straight years?  Obviously.  They victimize victims.  The entire trial record in my case in one long lie.  Cohen just made up whatever he wanted and there was no evidence to substantiate his testimony.  That would include his preposterous statement that he was concerned I would attend his concert.  I have no idea who would believe any of this bullshit.  Maybe a Lifetime movie writer.

You don't think the fraud DV related orders terminated by operation of law, do you?  At least the City and County can collect fraudulent VAWA funds.  I suppose that's the upside.


Streeter:  Do you hear the mention of a gentleman by the name of Dennis Riordan in that last sentence, Mr. Cohen?  Cohen:  No, I didn’t.  RT 234

Streeter:  Did you hear a mention of a Dennis Riordan in there, Mr. Cohen?  Cohen:  Yes, I did … Streeter:  Did you receive that voice mail message approximately February 15, 2011?  Cohen:  Yes, I did.  RT 234  Streeter:  Do you recall if Ms. Lynch has mentioned Dennis Riordan in any of her emails?  Cohen:  Many times, but I just don’t remember at this moment what the connection is.  RT 235

Streeter:  And do you remember when the trial from Mr. Spector happened?  Was it before or after Ms. Lynch left your employ?  Cohen:  I think it was during that period.  I’m not sure.  Streeter:  But it was around the same time.  Cohen:  Yes.  Streeter:  And prior to her leaving your employ, you had no contact with anybody else on that case; is that right?  Cohen:  Oh, no, none whatsoever.  Streeter:  Now, you mentioned that she would also mention, talk about Mr. Spector in the emails.  I’m going to show – ask you a couple of questions about those emails.  Do you recall getting an email from Ms. Lynch on approximately April 18, 2011 at about 5.44 AM?  Cohen:  I know that occasionally there were some very early calls.  Streeter:  This is an email message.  Cohen:  I would have to be refreshed.  RT 160

Streeter:  I have People’s 13.  Now, thinking back to the emails that you received from Ms. Lynch about Mr. Spector, would she use his whole name or would she use part of his name, or did it vary?  Cohen:  It varied, but I think it was usually Phil Spector … Occasionally when she spoke of him as someone she knew well, I think she would call him Phillip.  Streeter:  I’m going to show you an email.  It’s – April 18, 2011.  I misspoke.  It’s at 8.11 AM.  Just look at the first page on the date.  See if that refreshes your recollection.  Let me know when you’ve done.  Cohen:  Yes Ma’am.  Streeter:  Did – does that refresh your recollection as to whether or not you received an email on April 18, 2011 at approximately 8.11 AM in the morning.  Cohen:  Yes, this is the email I received.  Streeter:  See if that email helps you recall whether or not there was any mention of either a Phil, a Phillip, or Phil Spector in the email.  Cohen:  In this particular email, Mr. Spector is called Phillip.  Streeter:  Okay.  And on what page is the email?  What page is the mention of Mr. Spector?  Cohen:  I haven’t studied the whole email, but it begins on the first page.  Streeter:  How many pages is that particular email, Mr. Cohen?  Cohen:  Seven pages … Streeter:  Is your name mentioned in any way with Phillip, Mr. Cohen?  Cohen:  Yes.  It says, Cohen told me Phillip never held a gun on him, and that would support what he told LAPD.  RT 160-161 


Now, one of thee emails that she mentioned was sent on April 18, 2011 at around 8.11 AM … Do you remember testifying about that email? Cohen:  Yes, I believe I did.  Kelly:  Okay.  And when you testified about that email, you said that you remember receiving that email?  RT 265  Cohen:  I think I did.  Kelly:  Can you point out where exactly on the list of recipients that your email address shows up?  Cohen:  Perhaps I missed this one.  Kelly:  Okay.  But you did testify, though, that you remember receiving that email, correct?  Do you remember testifying to that?  Cohen:  I believe I did.  Kelly:  Okay.  Were you wrong when you -- did you misspeak when you said that?  Cohen:  I haven’t checked every address.  Kelly:  Okay.  You can take a moment -- Cohen:  It’s very small.  Kelly:  Take all the time that you need.  Cohen:  If you say it’s not here, I understand what your point will be … PD:  And so you’ve had a chance to look over that email, the recipients?  Cohen:  Yes.  PD:  And your email is not on that, correct?  Cohen:  That’s correct.  RT 266