Thursday, February 13, 2014

low spark of high heeled boys

And the thing that you're hearing is only the sound of
The low spark of high-heeled boys

the News-Press seems obsessed with two local is Philip Myers and the other is Darryl Genis...every time I turn around and that is often I see these two fellas on the front page of the News-Press..who are they, I wonder??

Philip Myers and his gay friend bilked an old lady outta some cash so I'm thinking that maybe that old lady was related to someone on Team Wendy but I just don't know who yet....

now Darryl Genis is a horse of a different color you've heard tell about....apparently the State Bar wants a stiffer punishment for Darryl...Darryl thinks that DA Joyce Dudley is on a witch hunt.. I don't think Darryl and Joyce like each other very much..that's ok you can't have everybody liking you but I don't think Joyce is on a witch hunt...a troll hunt maybe, but not a witch hunt..

now it's obvious that News-Press hack Scott Steepleton and Darryl have a little thing going on..a bromance..has it been consumated yet?? I shudder at the thought....

Philip Myers has been disbarred..will DG be next?

if Darryl thinks Joyce is out to get him, why not file complaint with the bar?? in 2013, the California State Bar received over 13000 calls on its ethics hotline..that's about 35 calls a day!!

ok so this Myers dude  was disbarred after the State Bar recommendation..and he also committed moral turpitude..that's a big deal among lawyers...Darryl was acquited of moral turpitude but the stain of the other two counts can't be washed off his chubby little fingers:
The California Bar Journal writes more succinctly than Scott ever could:

In the State Bar matter, which proceeded as a default case when Myers didn’t appear for trial, Platel recommended Myers’ disbarment after finding he misappropriated more than $89,000 from a trust and committed three acts of moral turpitude. (A phrase used in Criminal Law to describe conduct that is considered contrary to community standards of justice, honesty, or good morals)

Myers became the trustee of the Buckalew Trust in 2001 and transferred money in and out of the trust account for several years. He wrote checks to his ex-wife ($4,275), his daughter in England ($20,000) and CompUSA ($1,845) from the account, and transferred some other client funds into the account. When a home owned by the trust was sold, proceeds totaling $95,721 were deposited in the trust account. Just under $6,700 was disbursed to two beneficiaries, one with a cognitive disability who received assistance from a nonprofit organization that helped pay his bills.

ok so now I gotta tie the Myers case to the NP somehow... but basically we hab a bunch of people on Team Wendy who regularly display inherent baseness and depravity....and moral turpitude

But today you just read that the man was shot dead
By a gun that didn't make any noise
But it wasn't the bullet that laid him to rest, was
The low spark of high-heeled boys

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