Was my other neighbor executed too? (Fresno, CA)
Posted September 11, 2008on:
The secret replacement of the water system began in the alley portion at a time. Each time sections were replaced, it resulted in recurring sewage back spills. The City of Fresno sent their risk analyst to lie to us about the cause of these events. Each time she took countless photographs of personal belongings while demanding a “release for clean-up” be signed or NO CLEAN UP. She further insisted that under NO circumstances, was anyone other than HER to be contacted with questions. My question was how she determined the cause of these sewage back spills when there had been no investigation. No answer. I asked why the entire alley was flooded with raw sewage if she claimed the problem was due to “negligence in sewer maintenance” at the other end. Her response, “Don’t worry about it.” By the time it was over, there was illness, death, poisoning, suspected homicide and attempted murder, fraudulent legal documents, fraudulent life insurance policy, insurance fraud, pets killed and/or harmed, loss of properties, everything stolen/replaced with trash. Properties torn apart and haphazardly reconstructed without permits or inspections; re-sold by more fraud. The risk analyst, claiming no knowledge about any of this, then used her “release” as her ticket of non-responsibility. Out of 250+/- photographs, she had 0 of the reason she claimed to be coming out. Nor did she have pictures of damages. The entire ordeal was a set-up with intent to rob, eliminate, and replace the water system. Mission accomplished.
The utility pole behind the Laundromat was relocated from the easement, into the alley. WGS and his mob tried to swindle me of $2,000 to reconnect all the lines/cables that were on the ground. Upon mentioning PG&E he had it taken care of, which resulted in an additional $900+/- to my utility bill that month. With PG&E’s records altered, they insisted the pole had always been where it is now. The risk analyst also claimed the pole had not been moved (since when did she take over PG&E’s poles.) Witnesses as well as city records verify all the poles down the alley were relocated; they are now standing where the garbage dumpsters once did. The alley went from 20′ to 14′ to compensate for what was cut off front lawns.