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 EntryNo: 3486
 Date: Thursday
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"Houston We Have A Problem"
Rep. Steve Pierce

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 EntryNo: 3485
 Date: Thursday
10:41 AM
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What's with mousie asking queer questions in the posts?

The faggot section is elsewhere, mouse.

We have a Berkeley PD reporting problem, since there's the university, and the town liked all the ripps that left a percentage with the town, and some plagiarism, with locals GREEN DAY.

Let's try US Campus Police!

Also, RSG SNT signer Nancy Aldritt's Seattle VP Lani Dalrymple says Irene Keenan from -BADWORD- UK may look for "other" residences!


IN A FIELD, with the -BADWORD- family abstaining or dying off.

With Hadj getting rowdy.

I'd call shooting perps at the mall getting rowdy, BUT THAT'S SHARIA.


HERE IT COMES, Irish -BADWORD-s, who watched the half-breed Mexicano turdburglars like SJ historian D48 Judge PAUL BERNAL deny habeas THREE TIMES, from ex parte and two ex officio, during the Orlando Trend.

-BADWORD-, TAKE A KNEE. Hadj gonna.

So, mousie. You are a fag, plain.

Got a name, or are you a mere mouse?

And a busybody fag?

Over at Berkeley Blogs, the punks post a couple of rambles, and nobody else can explain climate change, to CAL, which is trying to be what OSU Beavs were, with the Koch Bros. weathermaker media.

Naturally, "DAVE" rose to the bait, of the omission of Prof.HARRY EDWARDS, when one prof discussed 49er standout and standup QB Colin Kaepernick and TAKE A KNEE.

He is about to go in the game.

Dave missed how even enforcement of bad law is not evident, so when you have derivative persons and policies, from bad lawmaking, with bad chains of possession, you are at a riot, eating ice cream and showing it.

Also, if you publish DAVE and you missed Bob Gaebler '73, Hadj will cook your Irish for you, any minute now.

Anybody seen Xavier? Cartoon Tyson is also over here, wandering. Academics! You caught a "Dave." Whoop.

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 EntryNo: 3484
 Date: Wednesday
12:26 PM
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Audit upper management who told their employees to 'sell credit but only do cash management'. Tell the potential borrower you are interested in possibly providing commercial loans but are only interested in setting up cash management accounts.

Isn't that called bait and switch?

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 EntryNo: 3483
 Date: Tuesday
07:46 PM
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If we believe the current scam is big, have someone audit the hiring practices, it is practically a retiring home, most of the hiring is done based on relationships rather that qualifications and experience, hiring manager decided on the candidate first and then opens the position and completes all the paperwork to demonstrate fair hiring practices. A strong evidence of this is the number of managers that know the subordinates for number of years and prior positions in different role or a different company.
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 EntryNo: 3482
 Date: Tuesday
04:08 PM
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Dear Wells Fargo Customers,

Our law firm is investigating Wells Fargo in connection with its alleged activities related to opening up bank accounts, or establishing credit cards without the authorization of its customers.

We wish to inform you that you may be entitled to compensation if this has happened to you. If so, we would like to hear from you.

We invite you to contact us as soon as possible for a strictly, confidential discussion.

There is no charge for this discussion, and if we pursue a claim on your behalf our costs and fees are only paid out of monies recovered.

Please call our office at (888) 255-0848 or email me at walter@uelglaw.com to discuss.

Yours Truly,

Walter L. Haines
Attorney at Law

The facts and results of each case vary, and this communication is not a guarantee, warranty or prediction as to the outcome of your legal matter

Office Address: 5500 Bolsa Avenue, Suite 201, Huntington Beach, CA 92649


Walter Haines has offices in Huntington Beach, California and practices in various federal district courts throughout the United States. He is licensed to practice in California and at times and when necessary, has affiliations in particular cases with attorneys licensed to practice in various state courts in the United States.

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 EntryNo: 3481
 Date: Tuesday
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Wells Fargo hit with multiple lawsuits over bogus accounts, aggressive sales quotas

Wells Fargo is already facing four potential class-action suits and could soon face more from customers, former employees and investors over the bank's fake-accounts scandal.

As beleaguered banking giant Wells Fargo & Co. deals with inquiries from federal prosecutors and scrutiny from lawmakers, it’s facing a growing number of civil lawsuits brought by customers and former employees.

In a little more than two weeks since the San Francisco bank admitted that employees created as many as 2 million accounts for customers without their permission, Wells Fargo has been hit with at least four prospective class-action lawsuits – and several law firms are looking for plaintiffs and considering cases of their own.


Among the latest actions was a case filed Monday in Los Angeles federal court by attorney Jonathan Delshad on behalf of employees who may have been fired or demoted over the last 10 years for refusing to open bogus accounts to meet aggressive sales goals.

It alleges violations of federal financial and labor laws, including failure to pay for overtime worked to meet the goals. It seeks damages of at least $7.2 billion.

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“I expect many other law firms around the country will be bringing cases,” said Delshad, a West L.A. lawyer. “A lot of attorneys are going to try to get on the bandwagon.”

Wells Fargo has admitted to firing roughly 5,300 employees since 2011 for opening accounts without customers’ knowledge. On Sept. 8, it agreed to pay $185 million to federal regulators and the Los Angeles city attorney’s office over the practices.

Delshad had filed a previous class-action suit last week in Los Angeles Superior Court but that one was limited to employees who had worked for the bank in California. It seeks damages of $2.6 billion for wrongful termination and unpaid wages.

Soon after filing the case, Delshad said his office started receiving calls from former Wells Fargo employees across the country, spurring him to file the federal case.

“We’ve had constant phone calls from people saying the same things that happened in California had happened in other places,” he said. “They all say the exact same thing, whether they’re in Alabama, Georgia, Alaska, Florida. They call, and it’s like listening to a tape recorder.”

Another case, filed in federal court in Utah and also seeking class-action status, was filed on behalf of consumers who were harmed by the bank’s practices. The action was taken despite the fact that Wells Fargo has successfully fought off many lawsuits from consumers because of arbitration clauses in contracts that force customers to give up their right to take the bank to court.

Wells Fargo settled over its bogus accounts, but it still faces a fight from customers and ex-employees
Wells Fargo settled over its bogus accounts, but it still faces a fight from customers and ex-employees
Wells Fargo has in many cases successfully argued that those arbitration clauses apply to disputes even over the bogus accounts.

Delshad’s cases were not the first filed by employees terminated over the scandal. The allegations are similar to those made in a 2014 suit brought against the bank by nine former Wells Fargo employees. That case is scheduled to go to trial next year in Los Angeles Superior Court.

If Delshad’s federal case is allowed to proceed as a class action, it’s not clear how many workers would be eligible to participate. The lawsuit states that a review of Wells Fargo’s personnel records should show which current and former employees might be eligible.

Wells Fargo spokesman Ancel Martinez said the bank disagrees with the allegations in Delshad’s suits and “will vigorously defend against the misrepresentations (they) contain.”

Customers and employees aren’t the only ones taking Wells Fargo to court. Law firm Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd announced the first lawsuit from Wells Fargo investors late Monday. It alleged that the bank kept investors in the dark about its sales practices and that investors were harmed when the bank’s stock plummeted in the days after the settlement agreement.

Goldberg Law, a Century City firm that specializes in suing companies on behalf of investors, said days after the settlement was announced that it was looking into whether the bank’s board violated its fiduciary duty to shareholders.

Investors also might have grounds to sue the bank if it does not rescind or “claw back” some of the pay headed to Chief Executive John Stumpf and to Carrie Tolstedt, who oversaw the bank division where the accounts were created. Members of the Senate Banking Committee, which held a hearing on the scandal last week, called on Wells Fargo to do so.

Steven Bank, a law professor at UCLA, said language in Wells Fargo’s compensation policy suggests that the bank can claw back some pay — and could give investors reason to sue if the bank doesn’t.

The legal fallout from Wells Fargo’s fake-accounts scandal could spread to other banks too.

Law firm Keller Rohrback said last week that it is investigating similar practices at other banks and could bring a suit against several institutions. The firm brought an earlier class-action lawsuit against Wells Fargo on behalf of customers who had fake accounts opened in their names.

A federal judge ruled that suit should go to arbitration, but the firm appealed the case to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Wells Fargo and the plaintiffs agreed to a so-far undisclosed settlement Sept. 8 — the same day that regulators announced their settlement with the bank.

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 EntryNo: 3480
 Date: Monday
09:45 PM
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The Orlando shooter Omar Mateen went off when the brown clowns in our Santa Clara County under San Jose's official historian did fraud on court, with D48 Paul Bernal doing an ex parte and two ex officio denials of habeas petitions and traverses, for his Guzman-Kapp-Stewart-Valeros brown pinhead half-breeds in the PDO/SCC office, with Wells Fargo sending perps to help convert the SNT they are all trying to scam, while I am a homeless material witness who can take down a lot of Bush-Cheney.

And now, the Irish -BADWORD-S are busy, trying to dirty sanchez themselves, when THIS shooter sent a message, to the left coast, about our loads of brown punks, by blasting a certain number of them, vis-à-vis our local NFL team in Santa Clara, California.

Didn't you get it? You aren't finished with MY case, yet. Orlando started a trend, a week into RAMADAN 2016, since you like to -BADWORD- with Muslims, a whole lot.

Hi, Potato Headed Irish -BADWORD-S, featuring shyster Sharkey and Irene Keenan, for Lani Dalrymple, all stupid and green around the gills, from your dirty sanchez fun, this weekend. Lani likes dirty dingo, doesn't she? Lots of it and David Silva.

That Seattle mall shooting was about what happened, at Orlando, with 49 dead about the Seahawks hosting the SF 49ers, in town that afternoon, and you IRISH SHIT-POTATOES won't budge at housing me and Hugo, despite how the brown clowns handed you the dirty sanchez, as C1634718, with Hadj up your -BADWORD-s for continuing.


This happened AFTER the -BADWORD- Minneapolis FBI asked for help, I RESPONDED IN GOOD FAITH, and Minnie Mousie Fubars ignored me.

Still moaning about Prince?

HIV will kill you ripoff -BADWORD--boys, no two ways. So will Hadj.

Any questions? You have no chance of converting me or already Heiri'd Momentum, Irene, you shoving green moron.

You SHIT-POTATOES won't budge at housing me and Hugo, despite how the brown clowns handed you the dirty sanchez, as C1634718, with Hadj up your -BADWORD-s for continuing.


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 EntryNo: 3479
 Date: Monday
04:15 PM
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As Ex-Employees Sue Wells Fargo For $2.6 Billion, Some Wall Street Support Wavers

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Got one eye on the markets, the other on Gen Y's pressing $$ issues

“There should be no more excuses for the lack of answers to key questions,”

John Stumpf, Wells Fargo CEO, in his testimony for the Senate banking committee. Stumpf said the company has expanded its review of unauthorized customer accounts to include those created in 2009 and 2010 — but former employees allege that the fraud may extend all the way back to 2006. Photographer: Pete Marovich/Bloomberg

What a difference a public scolding, stock downgrade and $2.6 billion class action lawsuit can make: one week after defending Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf, Wall Street analyst Mike Mayo is wavering in his support of the embattled chief executive.

While he was never exactly full-throated in his defense of Stumpf, Mayo, who works at CLSA and is well known on the Street for his criticism of the industry’s pay and accounting practices, argued last week that the phony account scandal shouldn’t cost Stumpf his job. “It’s extremely unlikely, in our opinion, that any evidence shows that the CEO wanted the unauthorized opening of two million accounts because these actions cost Wells estimated $5 million while it took place,” he wrote at the time. One week later, however, Mayo is less bullish on Stumpf.

“Our support for the CEO is now wavering and contingent on his ability to better detail repercussions to top management and contain reputational damage from the cross-selling fiasco,” he wrote in a new research note Monday. “His actions have been reactionary versus leading.”

Mayo hasn’t entirely reversed course on Stumpf. He acknowledges that the 63-year-old “may still be the best to provide closure on the regulatory, legal and political issues” that have arisen out of the bank’s fake account episode, and reiterated that Wells has had “superior” revenues, returns and risk while Stumpf has sat at its head. But he also said Monday that the bank is bigger than its CEO, that Stumpf should voluntarily reduce his compensation this year, and that the chairman position should possibly be split from the CEO role (Stumpf currently holds both titles).

“There should be no more excuses for the lack of answers to key questions,” Mayo says.

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Mayo’s criticism comes just days after two former Wells Fargo employees filed a $2.6 billion class action lawsuit against the bank, alleging — among other things — that Wells engaged in “unlawful” business and labor practices over the last ten years by subjecting its workers to “unrealistic and impossible” sales quotas and then firing those that did not resort to fraud to meet those quotas.

“The biggest victims of this scheme are a class of people that nobody else has talked about,” said the suit (not entirely accurately, as several senators brought up discharged employees during last week’s Senate Banking Committee hearing). “The good employees with a conscious who tried to meet the sales quotas without engaging in fraudulent scams are the biggest victims of this scam. They are the employees that this lawsuit seeks to redress.”

The two former employees who are named in the suit, Alexander Polonsky and Brian Zaghi, say they were hired by Wells to meet certain “solutions” (Wells-speak for accounts) quotas and were demoted and/or terminated when they could not meet the quotas without engaging in illegal sales behavior. Polonsky and Zaghi say they are filing on behalf of all other employees who may have found themselves in the same position at any point over the last ten years. (This timeline, while not the point of the class action suit, is notable: Wells originally said that phony accounts were created between 2011 and early 2016; in his testimony to the Senate last week, Stumpf said they were extending their review of unauthorized accounts to include those which may have been created as early as 2009. If the suit’s allegations are proven to be true, it would mean that Wells employees have been opening accounts for customers without their knowledge or permission since 2006.)

As damages for being unduly fired, compensation for attorney fees and “other relief,” Polonsky and Zaghi are seeking $2.6 billion from Wells — and, the suit says, “possibly more.”

Whether they recover that amount of money remains to be seen. But one thing is for certain: $2.6 billion counts for a significantly larger percentage of the bank’s annual profit than did the $185 million it paid regulators earlier this month.

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 EntryNo: 3478
 Date: Sunday
01:10 PM
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Bataclan QB Abdelhamid Abaaoud was DEFINITELY looking down the road, to CAL, to SF Bay Area, to Wells Fargo, past Chris Kikuchi MVPD who may not be working as a cop, just now, given the Dec.7, 2015 he and his -BADWORD--touching Kyle McLaughlin-looking partner were playing to get something back Eastwards, for me to know about, just to see what I knew because MVPD and Co.Santa Clara were at that time conspiring to mass murder, by inciting local attacks.

Bataclan showed Wells Fargo and Co.Santa Clara they could bring attacks to the USA, then to the west, ANY YOU WENT FOR IT, AS OF 2015, FINE-TUNING SEDITION.

AND CONSPIRACY TO MASS MURDER, then co-opted by PDO brown clowns and Eddie Garcia's brown clowns, who dumped an illegal warrant, May 11, re the instant case, letting me roam San Jose, for housing at Westwinds, foiled by Irene Keenan's neglect of Victoria Guzman's $500 offer of rent for me and Hugo, and to the IPA, with this warrant, then executed only by MVPD, so Ofc.Garcia MVPD could trash my belongings, and Renault MVPD could concoct a known false arrest report, AFTER MVPD KNEW I WAS IN MTN.VIEW, SINCE THE MORNING OF MARCH 1, 2016.

-BADWORD- of IRELAND! Get the -BADWORD- back, -BADWORD-. Just saying.

Hadj is gonna, shit-potatoes. Yeah YOU, Henry Wells -BADWORD-overs. YOU. FAST or FATWA, punks.

What do you punks think? Am I a ride at G.A., for you to -BADWORD- with, while you don't even fasten your potato-punk safety belts?


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 EntryNo: 3477
 Date: Saturday
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why do you wells perverts use aol . . .


wells fargo's pervert, inciting riot, locally AND internationally . . .

FBI at -BADWORD- YOU.twaddle can sort you.

Irene, Co.Santa Clara, et al and observers:

Wells Fargo or their agent provocateur IRENE KEENAN are entitled to house me, IN COUNTY OF SANTA CRUZ OR IN COUNTY OF MONTEREY.

HEARD OF THESE? You can't house me in Co.Santa Clara because you let Wells Fargo spring a conversion scam, so the county services slammed shut, they won't report or prosecute shit, and now, there was a brown-clown faction at the PDO and with D48 Bernal, trying to use me to engage radical islamists, they succeeded, having inherited this from MVPD grandfather racketeers Chris Kikuchi and another MVPD who looked like DUNE actor Kyle McLaughlin, to do an abusive Chris'n'Kyle stop, Dec.7, 2015.

That this preceded all SJPD, DA, local CSG, IPA, and then brown clowns Ben Roberto Stewart, JJ Kapp, Jose Guzman, and Gilda Valeros with others continued C1634718 as an ex parte travesty, toward 1368 PC, despite a known false police report, forwarded to a vindictive prosecution.

Problem is D61 Manley may fail to see direct contempt or sort previous courts of fraud, since he knows Dr.Yen fails English standard to jury participation, and he issues for incompetent to stand trial, for a known false police report, defended by attorneys, all fit to be tried by Calbar, for evading review in the courts of prostitution, following Bernal's ex officio denials of habeas, so now 40 or 50 habeas petitions in re Gaebler fail to hear OR issue due relief.

Now comes Islam, and Dr.Jack Yen's ramble, about "Al-Qaeda," attributed in contempt, to me, as known submitted perjury, by Yen.

After Bataclan, attack quarterback Abdelhamid Abaaoud did selfies, introducing in tac gear, looking like American actor Jeff Goldblum, at COP-21 that week, after the Nov.11 Bataclan attack, until Abaaoud died in a Paris raid, Nov.19, 2015.

Then he did a series, in a beige Henry 8 outfit, which was taken very seriously by local Filipino gang members, at San Antonio Manor, my closed board and care, which Wells Fargo was helping to jockey toward failure, with HHS and state actors, in collusion.

Elmer Bangalisan fled to LA, immediately, except to let his girlfriend Sheena Gutierrez come back up, Thanksgiving Weekend, to hustle me and Jerry Salinas for $10 each.

This was actually to find out if either of us knew 1. Bataclan was directed at US and Wells Fargo and MVPD and Ofc.Chris Kikuchi, who participated in the 12/7/15 stop.

Abaaoud is an actor, looking down the road, from inside a cab.

His showbiz skills should be taken seriously.

The Henry and Roy aspect of this preceded neglect of crime by Henry Santos and Roy Tibayan and the Carreras, who ran San Antonio Manor, and then SJPD started up the vindictive subornation, submission of known perjury, and vindictive false prosecution, which is C1634718, while Irene Keenan and her posse invaded my life, at the end of May and into June 2016.

This reached into RAMADAN 2016, June 5 to July 5, 2016.

A week after Irene barged into where my cat Hugo's and my benefactors were sleeping off jet-lag after an instant return from central China, the afternoon of June 6, Irene invited herself and NICOLE from EPA, to their house, to disturb peace in Mtn.View, again, as part of her usual trend.

Wells Fargo and Irene have no intention to house me.

They undermined all county services, including at Momentum in Palo Alto, ALREADY.

The county rioters yet in office refuse to serve me, in Palo Alto or San Jose.

City Attorney Martello, no longer in Mtn.View banned me from the senior center and MVPL, illegally, YEARS AGO.

This violates ADA, but Irene and Sharkey would not be here, inciting the Orlando Massacre TREND, since a week after Irene barged into the Wen's driveway and ranted.

Orlando was June 13, so given Bataclan, a reasonable observer would note you incited the Minneapolis Mall stabbings, since Dahir Aden was a martyr, who resembled a what-if one punk MC from SMCo. Derreck Abdallah had a kid with DA/SCC Jeffrey Rosen, a review-evading contemnor and public nuisance, in Minnesota, with Superior Court and all officers, connected to in re Gaebler, since now there's a FAST or FATWA onus, on YOU.

You are either part of or abetting TOO BIG TO FAIL, with Wells in collusion with the county and inferiors, reaching to the US and inferiors, at riot and international incitement.

Counter-incitement has been deadly, as incited acts, massacres and other violence.

You need to stand your contempt and incitement down, NOW.

Just how you do that depends on the FBI.

They have rogue offices, near me, but up in Minnesota, someone in their FBI office wonders why they have a stabber, and we have JEFFREY FRANCIS ROSEN, continuing C1634718, with a FAST or FATWA onus, on Co.Santa Clara, MVPD, City of Mtn.View, SJPD, DA/SCC, APS which publishes 800-414-2002 to New Jersey, not to APS, HHS, SSA, but actually, the state and inferiors invite lawsuit, to reduce California to scratch.

Got a material witness?

Quit letting your perps -BADWORD- me up, Jeff.

There's been the Orlando Massacre TREND.

Like your HAIR, and Abdallah's, we don't want that TREND.

Get Agent Bullwinkle the hell down here to bust this scud and his punks, not yet purged.

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