A Collection of Witnesses Killed

Oracle Founder is CIA Operative

Bennett appears on TV with Oracle penitence up in the hospital


I need my license back so I can pay my child support and stay off the street and not get killed by adversaries connected to the California labor Federation and the teamsters.


One of the notable factors in my long battle with immigration, Outsourcing of u.s. jobs oh, and a long list of Connections in the through the courtroom including the judge who took my license his brother the attorney and several of the judges that I've encountered all have the same religious affiliation.

What they don't have is their family hasn't been murdered.

If you wonder why black lives matter so much to Black lives is because they know very well the obstacles.

Currently I am part of the subhuman species known as homeless sapiens banned from local homeless centers and constantly rejected for services and solutions.

Larry Ellison had me thrown out of Oracle world and his partner Michael Milken is friends with Philip Anschutz who I know killed my witness in 1989.


The delegation included Jewish Caucus Chair and State Sen. Ben Allen (D-Santa Monica); Vice Chair and Assemblymember Jesse Gabriel (D-Encino); Latino Caucus Vice Chair and State Sen. Maria Elena Durazo (D-Los Angeles); State Sens. Susan Rubio (D-Baldwin Park) and Henry Stern (D-Canoga Park); Assemblymembers Rebecca Bauer-Kahan (D-Orinda), Marc Berman (D-Palo Alto), Richard Bloom (D-Santa Monica), Todd Gloria (D-San Diego) and Adrin Nazarian (D-Van Nuys) and Board of Equalization member Antonio Vazquez.

Antifa is a riot and so is the California Labor Federation

Pete Bennett is a constituent of Assembly Member Bauer-Kahn currentl homeless in Walnut Creek California consistently arrested, beate.n, robbed, defrauded and rebuked by Teamster supported politicians.

Bennett ends up fighting for his life in more one local hospital.

Bennett finds it nearly impossible to get any support whatsoever from Democratic or Republican elected officials who ride the coattails of the unions or the insider network.

Bennett appears on PBS with Oracle spokesman Robert Hoffman in 2007 by 2014 five of his family members were murdered ask Robert Hoffman what they did in the background and who they paid off in the political Spectrum.

Everyone below in one way or another is connected to the murders of witnesses or his family or Pete Bennett for his customers.

The characteristics of my adversaries whether Republican or Democratic Cher's a numerous connections to mass casualties, wildfires and PG&E in the energy sector or or cases in the Superior Court.

In 1989 Bennett lost millions in the courtroom and he has been arrested over and over, at one point he was listed as armed and dangerous in the computer systems and when pulled over sometimes faced officers with guns over some trite license plate problem.

Without the help of his local officials who have clearly falling into a conspiratorial mode Bennett cannot pay his child support without a license Bennett connect resume his normal career Bennett knows he's lost Millions he was a well-paid software engineer working for some of the biggest companies in the world.

Today Bennett is homeless as of July 2020 and this assembly member has shown disregard for assisting her constituents which means she should be removed from office and possibly disbarred

She has a code of ethics as a licensed attorney and it does not supersede her role as an elected official eventually she will resume her legal career if not in parallel to her elected position.

Coroner can hide any murder

Chief likely killed Deputy Francies who worked in the jail and was considered the custody emergency response Team.

That means he would have responded to the suicide of Joseph Beheil son of Attorney, member of local bar associations Arthur Beheil or the suicide of David Bremer former homeless roommate of Pete Bennett.

They said he died of Bologna but he also had a ruptured spleen or something like that.

Jeffrey Epstein and David Bremer have something in common the cameras were broken that day.

Bennett knows deputy tanabe, Bennett knows Grossman, and he knows many members of the bomb squad including Frank Doyle Jr who is connected to Larry Ellison Michael Milken and also Philip Anschutz follow the money to Charles hurwitz and you'll find a connection to the bombing of an activist in Oakland.

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#deadwitness ~ Kadeem Hodge - In the same holding cell with Pete Bennett arrested by CBRE, Regency Centers

Man Arrested Saturday for Theft at Concord’s Sunvalley Mall Killed in Shooting on Sunday in Antioch

DECEMBER 4, 2017 15:21 PM · 38 COMMENTS
A murder victim has been identified by the Contra Costa County coroner’s office today as 19-year-old Antioch resident Kadeem Hodge, who was shot and killed early Sunday morning in his hometown, police said.
An Antioch resident with the same name was arrested a day earlier for allegedly shoplifting at the Sunvalley Shopping Center in Concord, but Concord police did not immediately confirm whether it is the same person, however, friends of the victim have confirmed he is the same man.
Antioch police found Hodge on Empire Mine Road at 2:27 a.m. Sunday with what appeared to be gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead where police found him.
Concord police on Saturday were patrolling the Sunvalley Shopping Center when shoppers alerted them to an alleged shoplifting case.
Witnesses provided a description of the suspect vehicle, which police found quickly as the vehicle entered the highway.
Officers pulled the vehicle over and found stolen merchandise from several stores.
Police said besides Hodge, they also arrested Tiana Mayberry of Antioch.
Hodge and Mayberry were arrested on suspicion of shoplifting, conspiracy and possessing burglary tools.
Town December 4, 2017 at 3:38 PM
Arrested and killed in one day? Didn’t even spend one day in jail? Good job California.
Chicken Little December 4, 2017 at 3:38 PM
Prop 47 cost him his life.
Oh boy... December 4, 2017 at 3:39 PM
I see a lawsuit coming from his family. This will somehow be the police’s fault for releasing him back into the public.
Cellophane December 4, 2017 at 3:43 PM
Arrested one day, back on the street the same day, killed the next…
When will the bleeding hearts wake up? I’m not holding my breath…
Anon December 4, 2017 at 4:26 PM
Cellophane you are so right and I’m not holding my breath either.
L December 4, 2017 at 4:31 PM
Wow, don’t understand people thinking these days….
So he was caught shoplifting, someone didn’t like the fact he didn’t get away with it so they killed him, what a POS!!
Original G December 4, 2017 at 4:36 PM
Was reported this makes TEN killings for antioch so far this year.
Maybe December 4, 2017 at 4:40 PM
Paul Blart is going vigilante on us.
Pony December 4, 2017 at 4:40 PM
Arrested on Saturday, dead at 2:30am Sunday. How do you even make bail that quick. Oh well, saves the county money. Now only if this catch, release, eliminate could become standard procedure.
Always Right December 4, 2017 at 5:00 PM
The body count grows as the Democrat war against the poor continues.
In the long term, weak laws and poor enforcement hurt the poor the most. This young man would be alive today if we had elected a Republican governor or had a Republican legislature.
JD December 9, 2017 at 3:59 PM
So, he wouldn’t have enemies based off an election?!?
In The Ozone December 4, 2017 at 5:02 PM
Perhaps Mr.Hodge had one of those off-street “Pay Day Loans” come due, And the botched Sunvalley heist was an attempt to reconcile that debt. Maybe Claycord / Antioch police can provide some insight as this evolves…
Lambie December 4, 2017 at 5:11 PM
He was released hours after being arrested? Unbelievable.
Mr Big December 4, 2017 at 5:23 PM
Aw, too bad.
Fed up December 4, 2017 at 5:24 PM
The new “bring your own bag” law is really working (for thieves).
Amy December 4, 2017 at 5:32 PM
“Live by the sword, die by the sword “.
JD December 9, 2017 at 4:00 PM
What sword are you claiming he lived by? Are you saying stealing is a crime people should die for?
Fred December 4, 2017 at 6:51 PM
Lambie-It’s called proposition 47-no one goes to jail-deal with it
Your liberal friends voted for it
Fritzhugh Ludlow December 4, 2017 at 6:59 PM
…….about 2002 Empire Mine Road was known as “The Shadow Lands” due to Ghosts and other Supernatural events….It was also gated in later years so the involved subjects are also guilty of trespassing.
Jeff December 4, 2017 at 7:40 PM
Wonder what happens to people like this? I see he went to st Ignacius for 5-8th grade, so someone had to love him to pay that much money for his education. Crazy.
Acc December 4, 2017 at 7:48 PM
@Pony, haven’t you heard? Bail is racist
SmileWC December 4, 2017 at 8:32 PM
Where are the parents? Son, you were arrested for shoplifting today – no, you can’t go out tonight!
At @ 2:00 a.m., son, where are you? – You need to be home in bed, it’s late
Yes, we;re talking about a 19 year old, I have one too – they are accountable if they are living at home!
JD December 9, 2017 at 4:04 PM
19 year olds make their own decisions. Do you think someone on the street at 2 in the morning follows directions? If your teen found a way outside at that time and was murdered that you’d be accountable?
Dr. Jellyfinger December 4, 2017 at 9:37 PM
Geez! …….. Lavar Ball said it was no big deal.
MeCrazyWoman December 4, 2017 at 10:27 PM
My first reaction doesn’t jive with any of these comments. My thoughts are that this is so sad. I don’t like crime but we are talking about someone’s life. It could be your kid that messes up.
Elwood December 4, 2017 at 10:59 PM
Kadeem definitely did not have a good weekend!
tita December 5, 2017 at 1:08 AM
Only one life What will you do with the time you have? Where will you spend eternity? No “do overs”…Such a waste…Apparently stealing was easier than working..If his parents could afford a good education they probably could afford his Bail…Sometimes its better to let the kid experience some Jail and hopefully it will scare them straight…
JD December 9, 2017 at 4:06 PM
He was cited and released.
Sign from Above December 5, 2017 at 7:45 AM
@ Pony
He was most likely out before the officer left the jail! Welcome to California! This is how the voters want it!
Sign from Above December 5, 2017 at 7:51 AM
@ MeCrazyWoman
This “kid” didn’t just mess up. Given the fact that he was arrested just hours before “should” show you that this was more of a pattern. The criminal/thug life can be dangerous. All of our life decisions have consequences. He made his choice on what direction he wanted to go.
G. December 5, 2017 at 8:28 AM
Wow, it’s really surprising what the anonymity of the Internet has done to our community. I will pray for each and everyone of you who have fallen off of the path, to be led into such hateful and judgemental thoughts.
Toxic emotions spread like wildfire, I implore you to get a handle on it before it’s too late. Bless you all.
Kyle H December 5, 2017 at 9:38 AM
We use to party out on that road 15 years ago and now sec.8 made it all bad.
My poor hometown.
anon December 5, 2017 at 10:18 AM
“I see he went to st Ignacius for 5-8th grade, so someone had to love him to pay that much money for his education. ”
total waste of good money
JD December 9, 2017 at 4:08 PM
Says you. What if his soul was saved over those years?
Michael December 5, 2017 at 1:28 PM
Young life tragically cut short? Great time to dust off some prejudices and stereotypes and drag the poor boy through the mud.

Emmon Bodfish One of many LGBT Murders just like gold coins stolen from Bennett

Emmon Bodfish - A real transgender murder

Here's this week's article from the Bay Area Reporter.  Thanks to Ed Walsh for
the professional but sensitive reporting he is doing on the case!  (I wonder if
the friends had met the son and have any opinion on his possible involvement.)
                       Bodfish likely struggled with killer, report says
                                           by Ed Walsh
         Transgendered murder victim Emmon Bodfish was known for doing
everything he could to be unknown and there was perhaps no greater symbol of
his reclusivity than his home on his seven acre estate in Orinda. Meanwhile,
Bodfish's coroner's report indicates he may have struggled with his killer.
         Last Thursday, August 19, this reporter was allowed to accompany three
of Bodfish's close friends along with his lawyer and executor Garrett Riegg, as
they returned to that home along Miner Road, an area known for some of the
highest priced real estate in the East Bay. The Bodfish home is just a
25-minute drive from San Francisco but the property is so wooded and isolated,
one could easily get the feeling that they are hundreds of miles away from
anything resembling a major city.
         Although Riegg estimates the property to be worth about $2 million,
the house itself is extremely modest and looks more like a cabin in the middle
of the Sierra than a home in an exclusive Bay Area bedroom community. It's just
two bedrooms, one bath, with a smaller cabin on a hill overlooking the home.
The house has a very rustic feel and Bodfish's friends say that was in keeping
with his nature-based Druid faith.
         One of Bodfish's close friends who knew him for more than two decades,
before Margaret became Emmon, said she appreciated the Bay Area Reporter's
sensitivity in its coverage of the case but didn't want to be quoted on the
record. She said she felt very conflicted about discussing her friend's life
because privacy was extremely important to him. When asked if Bodfish would
have preferred to be known as a man or woman, she said Bodfish presented
himself to most of the world as a man but his female identity was something he
chose to keep.
         Another friend, Stacey Weinberger, who has spoken with the B.A.R.
before, said she also felt conflicted about speaking to the media but thought
it was important for people to know that Bodfish wasn't a freak, but a very
good, honest, and caring person.
         A third friend, Doug Handler, also spoke with great affection about
Emmon Bodfish. The friends were allowed to claim a few sentimental items that
had special meaning for them. Handler, who also knew Bodfish before Bodfish
began living as a man, took a tiny photo of Margaret Bodfish as a child. He was
also allowed to keep a plumbing book with a photo of an adult Margaret Bodfish
demonstrating a plumbing job. Before Bodfish worked as an investment advisor,
he ran his own pool maintenance and plumbing business. An old and partially
burned blue truck bearing his company name, "The Blue Lagoon," continues to
stand watch in front of his home.
         Skull, facial bone fractures
         Bodfish died in the solitude of that home that he cherished so much
during his life. Now, almost two months after his bludgeoning death, much of
his home still remains how he left it but much has changed. Bodfish's body was
found on the floor in the living room next to a bookcase. Now, many of the
books that became bloodstained are packed away in plastic bags. A square patch
of carpet is cut away from the Oriental rug where his head lay.
         The B.A.R. obtained a copy of Bodfish's coroner's report which appears
to indicate a struggle he had with his attacker. The official cause of death is
listed as "blunt-force head injuries." The report details fractures to his
skull and facial bones and cuts to the forehead and upper lip. Bruises were
found on his chin, legs, shoulder, and back. "A decorative screen with a glass
front was standing to the right of the body," the report details. "The glass
was broken and there was evidence of blood splatter on this item. The head was
laying near one wall which was totally made up of book shelves."
         The highest bloodstain on the book shelves observed by this reporter
was only about three feet off the floor. The bloodstained books that were
removed came from the lower shelves of the book case. The blood splatter
evidence seems to indicate that Bodfish was struck once or several times while
he was already down and lying next to the bookshelf. Forensic experts say that
the first blow to the head is unlikely to cause blood to splatter. Bodfish may
have been taken down by the first or second hit and then beaten to death while
he was lying helplessly on the floor.
         The report goes into graphic detail over the extent of decomposition
of the body with the opinion being that "the decedent had been dead for several
days." Bodfish's body was found by his ex-mother-in-law, Edith Willes, on June
30 at about 9 a.m. At about 6 p.m. that same day in a phone conversation,
Willes told her grandson, Max Wills, that his mother was dead. Hours later,
Wills checked into a Santa Monica hotel room where he killed himself.
         Orinda police say they don't consider Wills a suspect in Bodfish's
death nor can they rule him out.  Wills had been vacationing in Southern
California when Bodfish was killed but investigators say they can't account for
all his time there. Orinda police Sergeant Mark Hale who told the B.A.R. last
week that investigators are waiting for some potentially important new
information said this week that are still waiting for that information. Hale
wouldn't elaborate on the nature of the information they were expecting.
         Bodfish's coroner's report unveils some striking similarities between
his murder and the last homicide in Orinda almost two years ago. That was the
case in which XY magazine cover boy Josh Puckett confessed to killing Vitaly
Poliakov but said he acted in self-defense to fend off a sexual assault. The
cause of death in both the Bodfish and Poliakov murder cases was ruled as blunt
force head injuries. In both cases, the victims appeared to suffer the most
severe hit on the right side of the head. In addition, investigators say blood
splatter evidence had indicated that Poliakov, like Bodfish, likely suffered
the fatal hit while he was already down. Puckett plead guilty to involuntary
manslaughter and burglary last year and was sentenced to 13 years, eight months
in state prison.


#deadwitness ~ Ian Murdock former Debian and Programmer at Sun/Oracle/SalesForce/Docker

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Former CEO, PeopleSoft

Craig Conway
Craig Conway has enjoyed one of the most distinguished and successful careers in the technology industry. He has been recognized as one of the Top 25 Managers by BusinessWeek, one of the Ten Most Influential People In High Technology by , and one of the Fifty Most Powerful People in Networking by NetworkWorld.
As president and chief executive officer, Conway has led several technology companies to success including most recently, PeopleSoft. Conway joined PeopleSoft in 1999 and began one of the most dramatic turnarounds in the technology industry. His vision to develop the industry's first pure Internet architecture, determination to expand into new products and markets, and intense focus on execution drove PeopleSoft to become the world's second-largest provider of business software. In 2002 Fortune magazine named PeopleSoft the Second Most Admired Company, and Forbes magazine named PeopleSoft one of Five Overachieving Companies.
On June 2, 2003, Conway announced the acquisition of JD Edwards, making PeopleSoft a $2.9 billion company with 12,000 customers in 150 countries and starting a wave of industry consolidation. Four days later PeopleSoft itself became a takeover target by Oracle, and so began the longest hostile takeover attempt in history. Eighteen months later PeopleSoft was sold for $10.3 billion, almost $4 billion more than Oracle's initial offer and $7 billion more than the value of the company when Conway took over as CEO.
Conway has also served as president and CEO of TGV Software and One Touch Systems. He has also held executive management positions at a variety of leading technology companies including executive vice president at Oracle.

Alan Hassenfeld
Director, Hasbro, Inc.

Alan Hassenfeld
Alan Hassenfeld is a director of Hasbro, a worldwide leader in children's and family leisure time entertainment with $2.9 billion in revenues and an impressive blue-chip portfolio of familiar and popular brand names such as PLAYSKOOL, TONKA, MILTON BRADLEY, and PARKER BROTHERS. Hassenfeld began his career at Hasbro in 1970. He was appointed vice president of marketing and sales in 1978, became the president of the company in 1984, and received the titles of chairman and CEO in 1989. In May 2003, he passed on the responsibilities of CEO in order to fully concentrate on his position as chairman and served as chairman until February 2008. Hassenfeld sits on the board of the Salesforce Foundation as well as Hasbro's two philanthropic divisions, the Hasbro Charitable Trust and the Hasbro Children's Foundation. He is the former chairman of the Right Now! Coalition and Admiral of Rhode Island Commodores (a governor-appointed business advisory group). Hassenfeld is the recipient of the Honorary Doctor of Humanities Award from Bryant College and the Honorary Doctor of Business degree from Roger Williams University and Johnson and Wales University.

Colin Powell
General, Former U.S. Secretary of State, Former Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff

Colin Powell
General Colin Powell is a retired four star general and served for 35 years in the United States Army. He has served as U.S. National Security Advisor, Commander of the U.S. Army Forces Command, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and he was the 65th Secretary of State of the United States. He is the recipient of numerous U.S. military awards as well as two Presidential Medals of Freedom. General Powell is a strategic limited partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Council on Foreign Relations. General Powell is the Chair of the Board of Visitors of the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership at his alma mater, the City College of New York. The Powell School was inaugurated May of 2013 and stands alongside CCNY’s other premiere named schools. He is the Founder and Chairman Emeritus of the America’s Promise Alliance, dedicated to forging a strong and effective partnership alliance committed to seeing that children have the fundamental resources they need to succeed.

Sanford Robertson
Principal, Francisco Partners

Sanford Robertson
Sanford Robertson pioneered the creation of West Coast technology banking as an industry in the late 1960s and has remained one of the industry's most renowned participants. He served as vice president and director at Smith Barney before founding a firm that later became Montgomery Securities. In 1978, he founded Robertson, Stephens & Co, one of the most significant underwriters of IPOs, mergers, and acquisitions. After selling the company in 1998, he founded Francisco Partners, the world's largest technology-focused private equity fund. Robertson has had significant financing involvement in over 500 growth technology companies, including 3Com (NASDAQ: COMS), America Online (NYSE: AOL), Applied Materials (NASDAQ: AMAT), Ascend, Dell Computer (NASDAQ: DELL), E*Trade (NYSE: ET), Siebel, and Sun (NASDAQ: SUNW). He serves on the boards of Dolby Laboratories, Pain Therapeutics (NASDAQ: PTIE), and the Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving, as well as on the President's Board at the University of Michigan.

John V. Roos
Former U.S. Ambassador to Japan

John V. Roos
John Roos is a former United States Ambassador to Japan and a former technology lawyer. Before accepting the ambassadorship from President Barack Obama, Roos was the CEO of Silicon Valley-based law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati.
Roos served as the U.S. Ambassador to Japan from 2009 to 2013, a historic period in U.S.-Japan relations where he played a key role in managing the relationship through major transitions of government. Roos led the American mission to support Japan's response to the devastating 9.0 earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear crisis on March 11, 2011. In October 2011, citing his tireless and effective leadership after March 11, the Department of State awarded Roos the prestigious Sue E. Cobb 2011 Award for Exemplary Diplomatic Service.
Prior to his ambassadorship, Roos served as Chief Executive Officer and Senior Partner at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, the leading law firm in the U.S. in the representation of technology, life sciences, and emerging growth companies. There he helped lead his firm during the waves of innovation in Silicon Valley, from the growth of software and communications, to the Internet Age, to the emergence of biotechnology, clean technology and renewable energy, to the social media revolution.
Roos grew up in San Francisco and attended Stanford University, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa with Honors and Distinction, and Stanford Law School, earning his Juris Doctor in 1980, achieving Order of the Coif. Throughout his career, Roos has been active in public service, serving on a public school board in California from 1991 to 1999. Prior to becoming Ambassador to Japan, Roos served on the Stanford School of Education Dean's Advisory Board and on the Law School Dean's Advisory Council. He was elected to membership in the Stanford Associates for his long-standing volunteer service to the University.

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Larry Tomlinson
Former Senior Vice President and Treasurer, Hewlett-Packard

Larry Tomlinson

With over 35 years of global financial and administrative experience in a Fortune 15 corporation, Larry Tomlinson has substantial expertise in focusing management on achieving revenue and margin objectives during periods of both double-digit and slow growth. Since beginning his career at Hewlett-Packard in 1965, Tomlinson has held management and executive positions in multiple domestic and international divisions with responsibilities spanning controllership, tax, treasury, order fulfillment, information technology, distribution, logistics, and financial strategic alliances. He formerly served as senior vice president and treasurer for Hewlett-Packard. Tomlinson currently serves as a director of Coherent.
See the story where the family next to one of your former employee was slaughtered by experts as told from a Walnut Creek resident whose friend and daughter were brutally murdered in 2005.  Sadly the brother was in charge of CIA detention centers under the Command of General Petraeus 

Robin L. Washington
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Gilead Sciences Inc.

Robin L. Washington
Washington joined Gilead in 2008 and is currently Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer where she oversees the Global Finance and Information Technology organizations. Washington was previously Chief Financial Officer of Hyperion Solutions, which was acquired by Oracle Corporation in March 2007. Prior to that, Washington served in a number of executive positions with PeopleSoft, most recently in the role of Senior Vice President and Corporate Controller.
Washington previously served on the Board of Directors of Tektronix, Inc. (acquired by Danaher), the Board of Directors of MIPS Technologies Inc. (acquired by Imagination), and currently is a member of the Board of Directors of Honeywell, the Board of Directors of the San Jose Children's Discovery Museum and the Board of Visitors, Graziadio School of Business and Management, Pepperdine University.
Washington is a certified public accountant and holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Michigan and a M.B.A. from Pepperdine University.

Maynard Webb
Chairman, Yahoo! Inc.

Maynard Webb
Maynard Webb is chairman of Yahoo! Inc and a director at Everwise and VISA. He has more than 30 years of experience developing and leading high-growth companies. Webb served as chief executive officer for LiveOps from 2006 to 2011. Prior to LiveOps, he was the chief operating officer at eBay from 2002 to 2006 and was responsible for the company-wide implementation of all business strategies. Previously, he served as president of eBay Technologies, where he was responsible for all engineering and technical operations at eBay, including product and technology strategy, engineering, architecture, site operations, and customer support.
Prior to joining eBay, Webb was senior vice president and chief information officer at Gateway, where he contributed to the company's rapid expansion and Internet-enabled business operations. In years prior, he has also worked at Quantum, Thomas-Conrad Corporation, Bay Networks, and IBM. Webb is the founder of the Webb Investment Network, an early-stage venture capital firm in Los Gatos, Calif., and co-founder of Everwise, a cloud-based mentoring program.
Webb received a bachelor's degree from Florida Atlantic University.

See the story where the family next to one of your former employee was slaughtered by experts as told from a Walnut Creek resident whose friend and daughter were brutally murdered in 2005.  Sadly the brother was in charge of CIA detention centers under the Command of General Petraeus 

Susan Wojcicki
CEO, YouTube

Susan Wojcicki
Susan Wojcicki is CEO of YouTube, the world’s most popular digital video platform used by a billion people across the globe to access information, share video, and shape culture. An early champion of online video, Wojcicki was instrumental in Google's 2006 acquisition of YouTube. She now oversees YouTube's content and business operations, engineering, and product development.
Prior to joining YouTube in February 2014, Wojcicki was senior vice president of Advertising & Commerce at Google, where she oversaw the design and engineering of AdWords, AdSense, DoubleClick, and Google Analytics. She joined Google in 1999 as the company's first marketing manager and led the initial development of several key consumer products, including Google Images and Google Books. In 2002, Wojcicki began working on Google’s advertising products and over the next 12 years she led teams that helped define the vision and direction of Google’s monetization platforms.
Wojcicki graduated with honors from Harvard University, holds a master's in Economics from University of California, Santa Cruz, and an MBA from UCLA.

See far to many visits to local hospitals where Pete Bennett has had the shit kicked out of him.  Bennett was involved in the hostile takeover of PeopleSoft and his family, friends and customers end up very dead.  

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