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Follow the Toad-Toll road – This might get your attention – Part IV

Part III –

If you are interested you can read what Forbes Magazine had to say in their September 13, 2003 feature story, CRACKED DE BEERS – CLICK HERE – where Leviev, who you would expect I know quite a bit about and it is not just because we are of the same age, boldly blasted De Beers, which didn’t prevent Leviev opening in 2006 his flagship delux diamond flagship operation in London, England,

just up the street from De Beers flagship located at 50 Bond Street,

which Marie and I visited back in December 2009, I believe.

Then again the next year Leviev opened a similar high end money laundering-diamond promoting operation on US soil, and which you know does not just mean waving a magic wand, for there are all sorts of red tape regulations which De Beers and their lawmakers put in place, not just to the slow down the pace of things, but to give paper pushing jobs that soak up more unwanted dollars, but mainly to keep the low, medium and high money earners thinking that it is money which is the scarce resource; but then there is another most important factor which I have yet to mention; De Beers who are masters at leaking information to let anyone thinking of rocking the boat to just think about it more as those who get a little too carried away with their over the top rich lifestyles and forget who butters their bread, and that includes US Presidents as well as US Senators and Congresspeople, keep putting lots of irons in the fire because that is what they told they need to keep doing in order to keep one step ahead of the Joneses.

Doesn’t South African Jan Smuts remind you a little of the movie character who plays the main character in those movies Raiders of the Lost Ark?

De Beers are very bad people. You would not want to have them as your neighbor.

Diana Henriques knows that, and she also knows that even if she would prefer I was long dead, she cannot avoid the reality that in a landmark multi-million dollar repetitive stress injury jury award in very famous Federal Judge Jack B. Weinstein’s courtroom, her name is only mentioned once, and mine 3 times:




– against –


Jack B. Weinstein, Senior District Judge:

2. Application of Law to Facts

National publicity followed the announcement of the jury verdict in December of 1996. See, e.g., Diana B. Henriques, Big Jury Award in Injury Case Over Keyboards, N.Y. Times, December 10, 1996, at D1; Jon Auerbach and Laura Johannes, Digital Equipment Loses Verdict on Carpal Tunnel, Wall St. J., Dec. 10, 1996, at B4. The news of Ms. Geressy’s nearly $5.3 million verdict against defendant reached Gary S. Gevisser, Chief Executive Officer of Sunmed, Inc. (formerly known as Injury Evaluation Consultants (IEC)) inLas Vegas, Nevada. The information struck Mr. Gevisser as particularly noteworthy because, before the litigation had been commenced, doctors from his company had examined Ms. Geressy, prepared a medical evaluation on her condition for The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (the IEC Report) and, contrary to the jury finding at trial, had determined that her ill health was unrelated to her work. See Affidavit of Kenneth J. King, sworn to March 25, 1997 ¶¶ 10, 11, Exhibit A (King Affidavit).Mr. Gevisser contacted Digital Equipment Corporation to explain his knowledge of the Geressy case and his company’s own information regarding Ms. Geressy. See King Affidavit ¶ 11. Defendant then subpoenaed the IEC Report and filed the instant motion for a new trial based on discovery of this evidence.

Of course it was me, and not Ms. Henriques, who remembers a lot more than I have put out here today including the conference call she organized between myself and Professor Joe Grundfest of Stanford Law School when I was zeroing in the folks from,

who provided Judge Weinstein with the smoking gun proof of malfeasance by plaintiff lawyers and their clients, which resulted in him overturning the jury award in late April 1997, when of course a great many people throughout the world read this story below in the Wall Street Journal;

and it didn’t bother people like Maurice Hank Greenberg, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of AIG, or the Bill Frye, the head of AIG’s Mergers and Acquisitions Division or his top dog, Ron Bellows that my name was not mentioned in that article.

Today it is very fair to say, there is a good chance that Judge Weinstein, who was considered by those who liked him as one of the most honest judges in the United States, had he known that I was just a few years away from beginning in the most methodical, painstakingly and patient manner to expose De Beers’ corruption to the light and allowing for truth about how the value of money, as in Fiat-Government issued money, is determined, which in turn has a most significant impact on each of our value system including who shall be rich and who shall be poor, and most of all how much to pay the soldiers and the veterans who do all the fighting, he would not have overturned this most important case, that had thousands of the top litigators in the world most unnerved, because there were over 2,000 class action lawsuits similar to this that were pending when the verdict was first announced in December 1996, as the technology of our company, that had super heavyweight investors already onboard and super super heavyweight investors all lined up including of AIG’s Hank Greenberg who along with his President Thomas Tizzio had not forgotten our most important conversation on or around December 11, 1996 when I first read Henrique’s article, could figure out who was lying about their soft-tissue injuries; and of course one way around that was for people who had no morals to just keep feeding those fat diseased TALKATIVE cells until they slipped in say a K-Mart or Walmart and couldn’t get up.

You know how it is with lawyers, doctors and the such; they just can’t get enough of sick people who to repeat, are not the last to take advantage of their bad health which comes mostly from making horrific chooses in how they choose to die when eating and drinking the wrong foods, because they are in fact the first.

BTW, Fred Deluca who owns the 15,000+ Subway sandwich shop franchise provided the seed capital to Sunmed.

You would agree that this should all be made very public since this is a public road that we are talking about in one of the very few pristine forest areas remaining where us owners should feel very privileged to be afforded such opportunities and moreover, to have very hard working and paid so very little US Forest Service personnel having to babysit us as one after the next of the most wondrous, most beautiful Arroyo toads go squoosh, squoosh under all your racing tires.

Again, please make an appointment with us at your earliest convenience.

Ps – if you couldn’t bother reading a 12 word email, I thought this might get your attention.

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From: Gary S Gevisser
Date: October 20, 2011 8:20:24 AM PDT
To: Eileen Briese
Subject: Re: The road to hell IS paved – Re: Pine Creek Dirt Road

Let’s postpone until tomorrow. I am leaving this morning for San Diego.
On Oct 20, 2011, at 8:06 AM, Eileen Briese wrote:

Gary and Marie, I am so sorry, as is Ernie, that some how we missed the boat on this one. We need to talk and Ernie and I will try to get down to you this afternoon. Eileen

Subject: The road to hell IS paved – Re: Pine Creek Dirt Road
Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2011 20:08:46 -0700

Good evening,

This is Walter Cronkite

reporting and my Royal Mater-Mother, December 1989.

Marie just, got in.

We will sleep on our response to your email.

In the meantime my last broadcast – CLICK HERE – has kicked up quite a storm in Washington DC.

I am surrounded by turkeys.

Now I can hear the Arroyo toads

croaking, and I am sitting on the one of the tree stumps overlooking the ugly grey gravel deposits, looking to see how when each resident squooshes one, without exiting their vehicle to even inspect damage to the rocks and the tires, they make also careful note of the cause of death as one could argue that it was not the tire but rather the pointed edge of the rock you deposited, and there may be gold rock there and when it is light I will check myself and if need be send it to De Beers’ Gemological Institute, and it may be determined that this movable property belongs to the State. Earlier a contractor told us a story of how his friend bought a secondhand mobile home and in a secret compartment he found 7 Kruger Rands; and I assume you check for that. In the last 8 minutes no one got out of their cars, but the slowed down when they saw me typing in the dark.

Ps – I will try get you a photo of one that is squooshed. Their jumping speed does not appear to have increased in proportion with the speed of the cars going by. They are at a great disadvantage.

We are the most affected by the noise since we get all the traffic. You ignored our requests to be consulted.

No one consulted with us when putting all this ugly granite in front, on the side and all around. The moment you gravel-pave in one spot you create a domino effect as your momentum has you gunning the accelerator that much more and I don’t see either of you playing traffic cop, as we suggested democratically.

What is different now? I feel that you are trying to railroad us here. We would like it just the way it was when you bought your cabin and it was not such a well travelled road. We would like the road back to its peaceful nature.

Again we will sleep on it; and assume you will have taken note of our earlier protest.

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On Oct 18, 2011, at 5:39 PM, Eileen Briese wrote:

Good Evening,

This email is to get your input regarding the road and it’s current condition. As you are aware it has become very rutted as well as overgrown in several locations. I contacted Susan DeSonia who asked that I contact All Cabin Owners on the road before we did anything to the road to get your input (email below).

The first couple of times Ernie and I repaired the road we used decomposed granite to fill the ruts but it was gone is a short time. Then a pick up load at a time of gravel which we spread in the worst areas. The last time several cabin owners contributed and we purchased a truck load of gravel which was dumped in the worst portions of the road then we spread out the gravel. This method seemed to work the best. In addition we reinforced the berms and added a couple of new ones to allow the water to run off the road rather than creating long ruts. In the past we were able to do most of the work our selves but we are no longer able to do it by ourselves.

If you are concerned with the condition of the road and (would like/or would not like) to see it repaired please reply to this email. This repair will cost money, how much, will depend on how many of you are willing to contribute. Those of you living in Cabins 10-13 could be charged a lessor amount than those of us living in Cabins 14-25. The actual work depending on how many are willing to help spread the gravel should take less then half a day.

If you have a another idea please share it. Eileen

Subject: RE: Pine Creek Dirt Road
Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2011 17:58:17 +0000

Please get together with other cabin owners on road and get their imput and send into me. Hopefully you all can work together on this issue…

From: Eileen Briese []
Sent: Tuesday, October 11, 2011 5:42 PM
To: Desonia, Susan
Subject: Pine Creek Dirt Road

Hi Susan,

What is happening with the Road? We really think it is ready for some work. Eileen and Ernie Briese Cabin 23

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