A Collection of Witnesses Killed

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The Fate of Attorney Jaye Ryan Maas

The Fate Jaye Ryan Maas 

I met her downtown Martinez near the court complex.  One of the local homeless shared what happened.  

Jaye Ryan Maas

Attorney Jaye Ryan Maas

Alleged suicide, found deceased at her Ferry Street Office Martinez CA

Erikka Lloyd

Found dead of a suicide like so many others and Erika Lloyd found dead in Joshua Tree December 2020 they both know Tanabe, Horowitz and Lazerenko


A series of incidents near Pete Bennett - you be the judge

The Catalog of Deaths!  BOLO

Pete Bennett started in business with his hands, feet and back. Eventually reaching a full service Cabinet Shop producing commercial casework, kitchens and displays.

He also kept track of incidents, suspicious cases, flaky real estate deals, and those parties near those deals.  

Pete Bennett Software Developer

Bennett was removed from Dreamforce because he was older than sixty-five, it could that his age was not the reason, maybe they notice he was limping from the many assault incidents, beatings, and muggings. I am sure that the heavy-set black man and the young women and all the older candidates were too disabled to assist with a simple job of being a docent  

Pete really needed the money as his business was destroyed due to the friends of Paul Pelosi with links to Contra Costa Narcotics Taskforce.


The Panalopy of Things of Distasteful Realities

The Panalopy of Bay Area  

Sort of true but not really just true but more like wildfires, explosions and very bad things. 

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Jeff Adachi

Another Kamala casualty?  Perhaps not but around the San Francisco universe there is a divisive connections to the Chinatown Gangs with several decades of cases buried in archives of the Offices of the San Francisco District Attorney.  

The City is really where there is smoke there is fires.  

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Marie Coon 

Former Walnut Creek resident step-mother James Jack Coon was a tailor for the Walnut Creek Nordstroms.  

Being a customer requiring most shirts tailored she was the tailor that worked with someone who became my wife.  

The Nordstroms connection is highly important given that Marie after she learned SPC James Coon was killed in Iraq.  

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SPC James Coon

The story was a false narrative. Digging through articles, learning various facts about the Iraq and realizing how a computer virus was to 9/11 (See ) then learning snippets about what was really in Balad. It became somewhat obvious that Marie's suicide in Lake Arrowhead might be connected to his death via sniper.


#deadwitness Jeff Adachi Public Defender for the City of San Francisco

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Jeff Adachi

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Former Public Defender for the City of San Francisco

Jeff Adachi

August 29, 1959 - February 22, 2019

Jeff Adachi, a tireless advocate for equal justice, passed away suddenly on Feb. 22, 2019 at 59 years old. He was the elected public defender of San Francisco, a filmmaker and author, and a beloved husband, father, son, brother and friend.
Jeff was born Aug. 29, 1959. His parents and grandparents were among the nearly 120,000 Japanese Americans forced into internment camps during World War II. Learning of their ordeal would cement Jeff's lifelong commitment to due process and the right to counsel.
Jeff's advocacy for the accused bloomed as an undergraduate at UC Berkeley after joining a student movement to free Chol Soo Lee, a Korean immigrant wrongly convicted of murder. Jeff earned his bachelor's degree from UC Berkeley in 1981 and his Juris Doctor from UC Hastings in 1985. He was hired as a deputy public defender at the San Francisco Public Defender's Office in 1986 and served as the office's chief attorney from 1998 to 2001.
He was elected Public Defender of the City and County of San Francisco in 2002 and took office on Jan. 8, 2003 following two years in private practice. Under his strong leadership and fierce advocacy, the San Francisco Public Defender's Office became a national model of holistic defense. Jeff battled on the steps of City Hall for adequate funding, in Sacramento for laws favoring treatment over incarceration, and in court for the clients he personally represented. He tried more than 150 jury trials and handled more than 3,000 criminal matters in his career, including some of the Bay Area's highest profile cases. Today, more than 23,000 people each year rely on the office and the innovative services Jeff instituted. These programs include in-house social workers; expungement and reentry programs; and literacy, health and recreation opportunities for low-income youth. Specialized teams of attorneys devote their expertise to juvenile defense, education advocacy, immigration, mental health, bail, and pretrial release.
Jeff was an advocate for racial justice and a watchdog against police and prosecutorial misconduct. Surveillance footage he turned over to the press and public led to federal investigations and criminal convictions against law enforcement officers who brutalized or stole from citizens, conducted warrantless searches, or fabricated evidence.
He served on the board of numerous professional organizations over his career, including the American Bar Association's Standing Committee on Legal Aid and Indigent Defendants, the National Board of Trial Advocacy, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the National Association for Public Defense, and the California Public Defenders Association. He is the co-author of Chapter 25: Immunity for Testimony, in California Criminal Law Procedure and Practice. He was a BAR/BRI bar review professor for more than two decades and published five books on passing the bar exam. He recently completed two additional manuscripts—his autobiography and a biography of San Francisco's first public defender, Frank Egan, who would later be convicted of murder.
Jeff garnered numerous local, state and national awards for outstanding public service, managerial excellence, prisoner reentry, youth advocacy, and transparency.
Jeff was an award-winning documentary filmmaker. He wrote, produced and directed The Slanted Screen, a 2006 film that explored stereotypes of Asian men in American cinema. In 2009, he directed You Don't Know Jack: The Jack Soo Story and in 2016 made the short film America Needs a Racial Facial. His 2017 film, Defender, focused on his defense of a young black man following a racially charged encounter with police and followed the work of the office's fledgling immigration unit. Ricochet, to be released later this year, chronicles the tragic death of Kate Steinle and the trial of the immigrant accused of her murder. In addition to his own creative projects, Jeff provided opportunities to other artists through his work with California Humanities the Center for Asian American Media.
He is survived by Mutsuko "Muki" Adachi, his wife of 21 years; his daughter Lauren Adachi, a freshman at Brown University in Providence; his parents Sam and Gladys Adachi of Sacramento; and his brother Stan Adachi of Long Beach. He is also remembered by thousands of legal professionals across the country who benefitted from his mentorship, encouragement, and training and who will continue his legacy in the fight for justice.
A public memorial will be held Monday, March 4 at 11 a.m. at San Francisco City Hall. The family desires that a fellowship in Jeff's name be created to aid deserving young law students and lawyers. In lieu of flowers, a tax-deductible donation payable to "AABA Law Foundation – Adachi" may be mailed to Prather Law Offices, 245 Fifth Street, Suite 103, San Francisco, CA 94103. Donations in Jeff's name may also be made to

#deadwitness ~ Attorney Marc Angelucci killed before settlement in Wood vs. Contra Costa County (Bennett was waiting for call)

#deadattorney where winners take all losers get killed before reaching the courthouse steps

Pete Bennett has the unfortunate title of the biggest legal loser. He is not the only one but when Pete stood up people turned up dead

Marc Angelucci

Pete Bennett was introduced to Mr. Angelucci via the discovery of Woods v. Contra Costa County.  Woods is poised a game changing case in regards to CPS and Social Services.  

Bennett knows this story very well which is why he created as his witnesses have been killed.  


#deadwitness ~ The Corrupted District Attorney and the Contra Costa Hate Crime Network

MEET THE CORRUPT DA, COMMANDER, Deputy, Officer, Former Police Officers

The worst is yet to come as truth

The Dirty DUI Crew

  • Chris Butler
  • Deputy Tanabe
  • DA Mark Peterson
  • Officer Greg Thompson
  • Commander Wielsch
  • Albert D. Seeno - fraud case and conviction linked Miller Starr and Regalia

The Fate of Attorneys connected to the Contra Costa Bar Association

For several decades the Bar Association blocked or spun Bennett through a series Attorney Referrals that went nowhere. Talk, Talk, Talk, get intel and say Goodbye can't your case.

Victim: Nathaniel Greenan

Surrounded by family with his son Nate Greenan lying in casket Attorney James S. Greenan represented Kinder Care a subsidiary of Knowledge Universe a holding company controlled by Larry Ellison and Micheal Milken.
  • Sister: Cecilia Greenan Ashcroft
  • Sister: Nancy Greenan Hamil
  • Father: James Greenan
  • Brother in-law: Dax Craven, disbarred represented Bennett who lost his sons to the Mormons

The Son of Attorney James S. Greenan

Never in a millions years would anyone expect to marry into the Mormon community only to discover years later the connections to several witness and hate crime murders

James S. Greenan
Profile and history of James S. Greenan
Richard Rainey and the Mormons
In the matter of Bennett vs. Southern Pacific a witness murder went down in 1989. The witness was slated to testify on behalf of Pete Bennett. The case fell apart on the courthouse steps. Judge Peter Spinetta should be a hostile witness now living in Darby Montana.

The unknown passenger bumped at the Newark Gate

How does a client of Bennett get bumped from Flight 93 but Todd Beamer doesn't when the plane has 42 passengers and crew?

Oracle and 9/11
Profile of Oracle employee Todd Beamer killed during WTC Attacks.

Larry Ellison
Knowledge Universe owns Kinder Care, Leap Frog and other entities purchases a services company in Walnut Creek for millions. Not long after one of partners dumps 200,000 into Authentic Technologies rougly seven years after founder Pete Bennett lost millions connected Philip Anschutz who clearly has business relationships with Michael Milken, Larry Ellison, Charles Hurtwitz and Bennett v. Southern Pacific

The Contra Costa Superior Court let The Dirty DUI Judge why do you think Pete Bennett created #deadwitness

The Contra Costa Superior Court and "The Dirty DUI"

Appearing in front of this Judge were the same officers arresting and ticketing Pete Bennett.

Judge Joel Golub

Well known to Commander Norman Wielsch, Deputy Tanabe, District Attorney Mark Peterson and Officer Luis Lombardi. T

his crew plus many more to be revealed soon part of theft extortion operation never seen before.

The Traffic Commisioner and Abuse of Authority Under Color of Law and Official

Bennett knows this judge from when he resided in the Town of Danville between 1996 and 2006. Bennett was robbed of his inheritance, cars and family while enduring surreal duress. Golub had ample opportunity to assist Bennett with issues connected to the Police in the Town of Danville. Instead he chose to issue fines that became an immpossible hurdle to overcome.

Golub's Role in a Parental Abduction

The abuse of Judge Golub that he effectivey sealed the fate of the abduction of Bennett's son.

There is no question that Golub knows the ex-wife of Pete Bennett. He was duly informed of multiple attempts on Bennett's which includes the attempet murder via arson. What is better the coconspirators decided the best way to terminate his ex-wife as a witness was burn down the Town of Paradise by using PG&E as the usual scapecoat.

The Chief Murderer of Contra Costa Sheriff

This is the former Chief of Police of the Town of Danville who told Bennett the 9/11 tapes.

Pete Bennett carried an $850,000 Prudential Life Insurance Policy plus an inheritance valued at more than $500,000 and receivables from Albert D. Seeno, SBCGlobal and several others. All of those assets lost in a complicated scheme that was structered within the Mormon community.


#deadwitness #deadattorney ~ John T. Nejedly Attorney, Public Official and Candidate for Office

John was a regular face in Walnut Creek.  His father was Bennett's client who became a casual chat friend.   Not buying the official story. 

Like Pete Bennett Mr. Nejedly ran for public office.  Bennett's short lived consideration to run for Congress died in 2004 when his truck explodes.  

Bennett considered running City of Council of Walnut Creek for 2020 but instead his medical impacted his decision to run.  



#deadwitness #missingpersons, #deadattorneys ~ Lisa Dickinson daughter of Attorney Ruth Dickinson


Attorney Marc Angelucci -The Last Great Hope to win in Contra Costa Superior Court

Pete Bennett was introduced to Mr. Angelucci via the discovery of Woods v. Contra Costa County.  Woods is poised a game changing case in regards to CPS and Social Services.  

Bennett knows this story very well which is why he created as his witnesses have been killed.  


Case No. 19-cv-07124-MMC


ANDREA C. WOOD, Plaintiff, v. COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA, et al., Defendants.


On October 29, 2019, plaintiff Andrea C. Wood ("Wood") filed the above-titled action, in which she alleges that two state court judges, seven other individuals, and a county entered into a conspiracy to cause the state court to remove Wood's minor children from her custody.

The Court, having read and considered the complaint, finds it appropriate to direct Wood to show cause why the complaint should not be dismissed without leave to amend. See Wong v. Bell642 F.2d 359, 361-62 (9th Cir. 1981) (holding district court may "act on its own initiative to note the inadequacy of a complaint and dismiss it," after first affording plaintiff an opportunity to respond thereto).


Wood alleges the County of Contra Costa's ("County") Department of Family & Child Services ("DFCS") "removed" from Wood's custody two of her children, referred to by Wood as "HP" and "KP," and instituted "dependency hearings" in state court. (See Complaint ¶¶ 16, 20.) According to Wood, the removal of her children and the subsequent court proceedings were the result of an alleged "racketeering [e]nterprise." (See Compl. ¶¶ 32, 34, 53.) The alleged members of such "enterprise" are (1) Superior  Court Judge Lois Haight ("Judge Haight"), (2) Superior Court Judge Thomas Maddock ("Judge Maddock"), (3) the County, (4) Kellie Case ("Case"), a DFCS social worker, (5) Edyth Williams ("Williams"), a DFCS social worker, (6) Cecelia Gutierrez ("Gutierrez"), a DFCS social worker, (7) Judith Lawrence ("Lawrence"), an attorney appointed to represent HP, (8) Mary P. Carey ("Carey"), an attorney who represented Wood, (9) Ravinder Bains, M.D. ("Dr. Bains"), a neighbor of Wood, and (10) Erica Bains, a neighbor of Wood (collectively with Dr. Bains, "the Bains").

Wood alleges the enterprise's assertedly unlawful acts began in August 2017, when Erica Bains provided a "false report" about Wood to the DFCS (see Compl, ¶¶ 5, 9, 17), after which the DFCS "removed [her] children" (see Compl. ¶ 20). Wood alleges that, thereafter, Gutierrez filed in state court a "Detention Report based on fabricated allegations, with no evidence," which filing was provided to Judge Haight, the state court judge to whom the matter had been assigned. (See Compl. ¶ 21.) Next, Wood alleges, Judge Haight appointed Carey, a private attorney, to act as counsel for Wood (see Compl. ¶¶ 22-23), and that Carey "immediately proceeded contrary to the wishes of [Wood]" (see Compl. ¶ 23).

Wood also alleges Judge Haight conducted the subsequent proceedings in a manner that caused Wood to be deprived of custody of her children; specifically, Wood alleges, "the court" issued a "notice" in which "the court" stated it "wishe[d] to adopt out HP and KP" (see Compl. ¶ 28). According to Wood, said determination was the result of a series of unlawful acts. In particular, Wood alleges that "all" defendants "obstruct[ed] justice by coaching TP [another of Wood's children], HP, and KP" (see Compl. ¶ 50),  that Williams "committed perjury" on "numerous occasions" to "cast an unwarranted negative light upon [Wood]" (see Compl. ¶ 56), that Judge Haight made a "disapproving look" during Case's testimony, in order to convince Case to change her testimony in a manner unfavorable to Wood (see Compl. ¶¶ 26, 40), that Judge Haight "denied [Wood's] right to call a witness" (see Compl. ¶ 29), that Carey "block[ed]" Wood's "evidence" from being admitted and made "deal[s]" that were "strongly against [Wood's] interests" (see Compl. ¶¶ 24, 25), that Judge Maddock stated he would have Wood "arrested" if she made "one mention of these matters to the mass media" (see Comp. ¶ 30), and that Judge Maddock denied Wood access to "transcripts" that would have "implicated" him in violations of federal law (see Compl. ¶ 57).

Wood gives four examples of such coaching: (1) Erica Bains "coached" TP to "tell untruths about [Wood] and that she hit HP" (see Compl. ¶ 38); (2) a "member of the [e]nterprise," unidentified by Wood, "coached KP to say she was hit with a whip" (see Compl. ¶ 42); (3) Judge Haight, Case, and Lawrence "persuaded TP, HP and KP . . . to engage in false statements" (see Compl. ¶ 48), and, in particular, "coached HP . . . to untruthfully testify about [Wood's] sex life" and to "tell less than the whole truth" (see AC ¶¶ 59-60); and (4) a member or members of the "[e]nterprise," unidentified by Wood, threatened HP that he would be placed in "Juvenile Hall" unless he said "bad things" about Wood (see Compl. ¶ 39). --------

Based on the above allegations, Wood asserts a single cause of action, specifically, Count One, in which Wood asserts all defendants have violated 18 U.S.C. § 1961, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act ("RICO").


The RICO claim alleged in the instant complaint is, in all material respects, identical to the RICO claim Wood asserted in a prior action she filed in the Northern District of California, Wood v. County of Contra Costa, Case No. 19-4266 (hereinafter, "Wood 1"). The only differences between the RICO claim as asserted in Wood 1 and in the instant action are that, in the instant action, Wood has removed Patricia Lowe as a defendant and has added Dr. Bains along with an allegation that the Bains are being paid "a great deal of monies" to "foster[ ]" HP. (See Compl. ¶ 38).

By order filed October 8, 2019, the Court dismissed, under the "Rooker-Feldman doctrine," the RICO claim asserted in Wood 1, as well as all other claims asserted in said action, for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. (See Order, filed October 8, 2019, Wood I, at 4:7-10, 5:24-7:21 (citing Rooker v. Fidelity Trust Co.263 U.S. 413 (1923); District of Columbia Court of Appeals v. Feldman460 U.S. 462 (1983)). In addition, the Court found it proper to abstain, under the "Younger doctrine," from considering the RICO claim asserted in Wood 1, as well as all other claims asserted therein. (See id. at 4:10-11, 8:1-  9:28 (citing Younger v. Harris401 U.S. 37 (1971)).)

As noted, the RICO claim as asserted in Wood 1 and in the instant action is, in essence, the same claim. Accordingly, for the reasons stated in the order dismissing Wood 1, the Court finds the instant action is barred by the Rooker-Feldman and Younger doctrines.


For the reasons stated above, Wood is hereby ORDERED TO SHOW CAUSE, in writing and no later than November 27, 2019, why the above-titled action should not be dismissed without leave to amend, and without prejudice.

IT IS SO ORDERED. Dated: November 8, 2019



United States District Judge


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