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Posted on August 26 at 9:40 p.m.

All y'all:

Please review the documented reports and transcripts of the court events of the past four months in People v. Lance, since April 2011. If you can't, I can supply verbatim transcripts and third-party reports. After you have done so, I suggest you will be compelled to understand that Judges Eskin and Hill have consistently done their best to keep Mr. Lance, via his lawyer Darryl Genis, from presenting evidence in court. Whatever you might intuit or infer that the evidence would reveal, it is clear that Eskin and Hill have done their damnedest to preclude it, primarily by postponing the properly noticed motions by the defense, week after week, month after month, at the public's expense, but specifically directed to mount Lance's and Genis's expenses.

Sun Tzu and Von Clausewitz, centuries ago, outlined the tactics of assymetric warfare. The Chinaman and German focused on the ability of the smaller foe to wage guerrilla attacks on the larger aggressor; here, the judges, with a vast array of armaments, state funding, local funding, county law enforcement, city law enforcement, county funded support staff, to say nothing of the smarmy appellate courts, etc., have employed assymetric warfare tactics to try to exhaust the resources of the smaller, private litigants. And so they have always done and shall, unless some force, perhaps the guerrilla force described by Sun Tzu and Von Clausewitz, intervenes.

Justice delayed is justice denied. Judge Hill is a primary practitioner of this embodiment of assymetric judicial warfare.

Michael Ganschow

On DUI Case Against Peter Lance Could Be Collapsing

Posted on August 25 at 11:16 p.m.

Y'all:

I was there Wednesday in Department 2 for another installment of Brian Hill's orchestrated miasmagoric abyss of the ongoing production of "I don't want to look at it". Visualize Woody Allen plugging his ears when being able to listen to his ex telling the truth about him over the phone: Anticipating that the defense would present sworn testimony and further compelling scientific evidence indicating that the prosecution had deeply conspired to shred the original documents and to fabricate replacement documents, Judge Hill reflexively took the bench, chose the order of motions he would consider, and then denied the defense's inconsequential subpoena issues, thereby consuming, primarily by his verbose circular-breathing rants from the bench all the air and time for an hour and a half. The result was that the defense was again denied the bare opportunity to present evidence about the fraud, forgery, fabrication to be presented by Jim Blanco, the defense expert whom Genis has paid twice to fly from Sacramento to testify, to no avail, thanks to Hill's judicial obstruction.

Hill is considering a motion by SB County Counsel that Lance should pay attorney fees for trying to exercise his constitutional right to subpoena witnesses; it seems clear that the Court should pay Genis's cost to fly down and put up Jim Blanco for at least 4 full 8-hour days.

I shall provide Genis's bill to Hill as it is filed.

Otherwise, how many icky, fraudulent acts by Beutel does the court need to finally get the picture? And then quietly let the facts set in to realize that Beutel is only he tip of the iceberg/Camberg?

Michael Ganschow

On DUI Case Against Peter Lance Could Be Collapsing

Posted on August 14 at 11:13 p.m.

Anent my previous comment:

Consider Rupert Brooke's ellipsis -

But In The Space Between The Heavens And The Corner Of Some Foreign Field I Had A Dream ...

Michael Ganschow

On On Self and Soul

Posted on August 14 at 10:44 p.m.

Mr. Hunt:

Thank you for your exaggerated patience in typing these continuing exegeses about Orr's observation of Appleby's predicament:

"Oh, they're there, all right," Orr had assured him about the flies in Appleby's eyes after Yossarian's fist fight with Appleby in the officers' club, "although he probably doesn’t even know it. That's why he can’t see things as they really are." "How come he doesn't know it?’ inquired Yossarian. "Because he’s got flies in his eyes," Orr explained with exaggerated patience. "How can he see he's got flies in his eyes if he's got flies in his eyes?"

Siddhartha Gautama was a less-evolved incarnation of Joseph Heller, himself a shadow of the more-fully-realized Yossarian.

Of course, countless and forever unknown millions of the young male members of homo sapiens sapiens who have been cast into horrible abyss of meaningless homicidal war have also ascended to Yossarian's transcendent consciousness.

As John Lennon might have wistfully ruminated:

"Imagine what Siddhartha would have imagined if he had been a radio operator on a beach assault in Viet Nam." Implied would have been: "knowing that the antenna he was carrying on his back would assure his death within 10 minutes."

And so it has been for every young warrior forever and anon.

Orr knew as much, Appleby couldn't, and the miasmagoric abyss of human consciousness still beckons to Yossarian, as it does to Siddhartha.

Michael Ganschow

On On Self and Soul

Posted on August 4 at 11:32 p.m.

Robo:

My dad, Edward F. Ganschow, , aka Bud Ganschow, USMC, now inurned at the Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors, next to my mom, Dolores Clifford Ganschow, flew Vice-president Nixon's helicopter in 1959, HUS2, aka Marine Corps 2. You clearly have no clue about military helicopters, nor their pilots nor missions. Please use helicopter references, black or otherwise, as you have a quantum of information to support your contribution. I had thought you were better than that.

Michael Ganschow

On Judge Tosses Lance from Court

Posted on August 3 at 10:20 p.m.

More, y'all:

Shredding original paper forms with purportedly original inked signatures (and potential latent palm prints of the actual signator) allegedly waiving an important statutory right in multiple cases is provocatively suggestive of an ongoing process, perhaps collective, to destroy evidence of forgery, i.e., police-fostered destruction of evidence that is potentially, even likely, to exonerate wrongly accused criminal defendants, is one thing.

Then there is the police's "erasure" of police audio recordings of events that are being directly and acrimoniously contested in several ongoing criminal proceedings. Perhaps we can take solace that our law enforcement personnel can also deal with and destroy digitally encoded information that might help the defendants as a sign that while they might be malicious they are not current day luddites.

Just tryin' to look at the glass as half-full,

Michael Ganschow

On Judge Tosses Lance from Court

Posted on August 3 at 9:54 p.m.

Y'all:

Shredding! Depending on your age, ask your parents or grandparents, probably your mother or grandmother, about the infamous 18 and a half minute gap in the Nixon White House tapes. Mention Rosemary Woods to get a better reaction.

The more it changes the more it stays the same.

Isn't it curious that in 2011, it's paper/papyrus at issue, and in 1972 it was electronic recording?.

Just askin',

Michael Ganschow

On Judge Tosses Lance from Court

Posted on August 2 at 11:46 p.m.

Y’all:

Please use reason to guide your thoughts and rants. Keep in mind that the American justice system, civil and criminal, is roundly regarded as the best of all the flawed systems humankind has devised. Please let it play out, but also feel energized to participate and comment, adequately informed. Importantly, please keep yourselves informed with the most accurate information while you let your personal bile fly; at least the green spew will be better-informed – win/win, I think we will all agree.

I, personally, think Rebecca Robbins is way above average on the fact-reporting index, getting better by the report. This latest report conveys a context and texture that I found very informative, having missed the meat-meet myself.

If you can’t or don’t attend the actual real-life hearings where meat meets meat, at least access the first-hand reports, and transcripts when available, of the meat-meets.

Otherwise, please keep the appropriate amount of Kleenex, inter alia, at and in hand for your very personal satisfaction.

Michael Ganschow

On Judge Tosses Lance from Court

Posted on August 2 at 1:02 a.m.

Y'all:

Respondents have helped to fill in the blanks as to the proceedings on Monday, August 1, 2011 on the Peter Lance Case.
It seems that the deputy district attorney, Mr. Sanford Horowitz, and not Genis or even Lance (how could he from outside the courtroom) dropped the biggest bomb of the case: Genis had asked for the original signed Trombetta waivers (documents critical to determining the forgery allegations) as early as February, 2011, at arraignment, yet no production has been forthcoming half-a-year later as of August, 2011. The mighty Judge Hill had ”ordered” DDA Horowitz to bring the original Trombetta waivers to court for last Tuesday's hearing, yet DDA Horowitz refused to do so. So much for the mightiness of the judge’s order. A fierce Judge Hill barked discontent and repeated his “order” for the young prosecutor to bring the originals to the hearing , August 1, 2011. The bomb? DDA Horowitz suggested that what hizoner ordered might not be possible. After all, he revealed, the original is not with the DA, but with the SBPD, and they photocopy them and then shred the original (or maybe they just store them with the complaints that aren't in the files they should be in!!!!)
Shred the original signed documents???!!! Who ordered/allowed that at the SBPD? Cam, are we all on the same page for truth, justice and the American way?

Just askin’ what shredding has to do with truth, justice and...or is it simply hiding the truth from justice…, and business of the SBPD as usual.
Michael Ganschow

On What Gag Order?

Posted on August 1 at 9:52 p.m.

Y'all:

I wasn't in court today for the on and on Hill-supervised hearings, but I am informed that, eventually, neither was Peter Lance. Who can supply details?

Michael Ganschow

On What Gag Order?

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