Glendora has a Kangaroo Court too

Glendora has a Kangaroo Court too

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Gaveled

San Dimas, CA

#1 May 4, 2013
Glendora, California tries to run it's own "kangaroo court" but that's all it turns into, something more like "Saturday night Live" and nothing more.
ITs A wrap

San Dimas, CA

#2 May 15, 2013
The Republicans of Glendora, California are getting to be like the little boy who cried wolf.

They've been trying so long and so hard to find trouble somewhere that even where there might really be wrongdoing, I don't give their politicians any credibility at all on any matter's.

If I hear it from people other than the same folks who have been trying to make our country fail for eight years because they can't stand losing an election, then I listen.
reflected back

Santa Paula, CA

#3 May 18, 2013
Posts like the Previous two are why the Glendora unhappy people don't like mirrors. All that's reflected back is a pig's rec tum
Three More Names

Santa Paula, CA

#4 May 20, 2013
Here are three names you're likely to hear more about this week:

Lois Lerner
Lerner is the director of tax-exempt organizations and is the official who chose to reveal the scandal by answering a question she planted at the American Bar Association May 10

Doug Shulman
Acting IRS Commissioner Steven Miller took most of the heat in the House Oversight Committee hearing Friday, but his predecessor, Doug Shulman, would have been the agency's top official during the time when the IRS singled out conservative groups

Sarah Hall Ingram
Now the director of the IRS' Affordable Care Act office, Ingram held the title of commissioner of tax-exempt and government entities for much of the past three years
Coupons

San Dimas, CA

#5 May 20, 2013
The Republicans of Glendora, California are getting to be like the little boy who cried wolf.

They've been trying so long and so hard to find trouble somewhere that even where there might really be wrongdoing, I don't give their politicians any credibility at all on any matter's.

If I hear it from people other than the same folks who have been trying to make our country fail for eight years because they can't stand losing an election, then I listen.

Douglas Boyd has been told to leave Glendora, California by residents who are sick and tired of his lies and more lies to only reward himself.
Chopper news

San Dimas, CA

#7 May 22, 2013
May 22, 2013 - a news helicopter has been hovering for about an hour over the dig area. This story was scooped away from the glendorapatch.com they are waiting for the official report to be written by city hall (Chris Jeffers) it will down play the stupidly shown by Glendora's city hall.

Glendora, California 1978 a 24 year old lady went missing, now the LA County Sheriffs Department is on the job and digging up a back yard in the city of Glendora, California.

The person who reported her missing was her husband, the house has been sold three times since then.

Glad to see some real police department work is being carried out by them on Essex Street in the 500 block.

The neighborhood kids like the husband (Robert), but no wife? Wonder what happened to her remains?

Five news vans were parked outside the suspected house today, night fall has reduced visibility this evening when the sun returns so will the Sheriffs department and the news crews.

More insider information to follow.
GloryBee

Covina, CA

#8 Jun 19, 2013
Glad to hear that thee will be NO halting of Public Records Request by state law, that has been rescinded.

Glendora, California like Bell, California is deep in to it's crooked dealings.

Journalists use the CPRA to uncover official malfeasance. The Los Angeles Times employed it, for example, to ferret out the outrageous self-dealing in the small city of Bell, resulting in criminal trials.
On Browns desk

Santa Paula, CA

#9 Jun 19, 2013
GloryBee wrote:
Glad to hear that thee will be NO halting of Public Records Request by state law, that has been rescinded.
Glendora, California like Bell, California is deep in to it's crooked dealings.
Journalists use the CPRA to uncover official malfeasance. The Los Angeles Times employed it, for example, to ferret out the outrageous self-dealing in the small city of Bell, resulting in criminal trials.
If the governor signs the legislation, it will mean "he knew the meeting was illegal" when he spoke behind closed doors with the supervisors in 2011, said Terry Francke, general counsel for the open-government advocacy group Californians Aware
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This is how they correct violations of the Brown Act when they're caught in the act:
Teeth

Covina, CA

#10 Jun 20, 2013
Teeth need to be put into the "brown Act Law for California,$1,000 dollar per minute fine and 30 days in jail.

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