FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 3/8/16 CONTACT: Arek R. Fressadi, 520-216-4103 email@example.com TUCSON, AZ – Yesterday, attorneys for Rob Robertson Enterprises, Inc. admitted that their client criminal conduct in open court. Rob Robertson Enterprises, Inc. is a joint partner of Pima County … Continue reading
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Land fights are by nature David v. Goliath. My conention with Cave Creek is that government can screw with land owners intentionally raising the bar from just an inverse condemnation / takings / eminent domain issue to a RICO violation– … Continue reading
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Tagged Abuse of Process, Arek Fressadi, Breaking the Law, Cave Creek, Cave Creek Usama law sanctions, Community, Criminal Conduct, Ethics, Integrity, Sonoran News, corruption, fairness an impartiality, justice, linda Bentley
Arizona ranks 30th in the nation and gets a D+ for integrity.
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Time for a 21st Century Peasants’ Revolt While everyone from Tony Blair to Nouriel Roubini is debating whether or not bankers should be hung, the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg provide some fascinating historical context. The journal’s Jason Zweig reports: … Continue reading
The ACLU of Arizona released over 10,000 pages of emails from recalled Senate President Russell Pearce (R), that SB 1070, was racially motivated. Key excerpts include: “Last week, Denver’s illegal aliens sang our national anthem in Spanish and bastardized the … Continue reading
“Precious Knowledge: Arizona’s Battle Over Ethnic Studies” [DVD] By Ari Luis Palos and Eren Isabel McGinnis If you are wondering why the Arizona legislature has appeared to turn into a Tea Party version of the Ku Klux Klan, the remarkable … Continue reading
Sharing easements AND PAYING FOR YOUR FAIR SHARE is an indication of ethics, integrity and an understanding of community. Using an easement that someone else improved and paid for without sharing in the cost is stealing. It has nothing to … Continue reading