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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Michelle Obama Fundraiser At Sarasota Home of Richard and Caren Lobo Today, $15,000 For a Photo and Lunch With The "Angry Black Woman".



Michelle Obama's fundraising appearance will be at the home of Caren Lobo, 3139 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota at 12:15 p.m. Thursday, 1/26/2012, according to President Barack Obama's campaign Web site.

The cost is $1,250 for a general and photo reception or $15,000 for host committee reception, photo and general reception for two, money talks, SEE LINK https://donate.barackobama.com/page/contribute/o2012-january26sarasotalunch


Richard Lobo, broadcasting executive, broadcasting board of governors, 3139 Bay Shore Rd. Sarasota, FL $2,500 donation to Obama victory fund 2012Caren Lobo, entrepreneur self-employed, 3139 Bay Shore Rd. Sarasota, FL $2,500 donation to Obama victory fund 2012.

LOOKS LIKE THE FIRST LADY WAS TOO BUSY TO MAKE A  STOP IN THE NEARBY NEWTOWN SECTION OF SARASOTA FL WHICH HAS HAD IT’S SHARE OF PROBLEMS FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS.  NEWTOWN WAS JUST 3 MIN AWAY, SEE MAP CLICK HERE.


ABC NEWS...Jan 11, 2012 12:24pm,  Michelle Obama Dismisses ‘Angry Black Woman’ Image.  First Lady Michelle Obama denied reports of tension between her and White House aides, saying people have tried to portray her as “some kind of angry black woman.”

In an interview with CBS News, the first lady said she has not read New York Times reporter Jodi Kantor’s new book “The Obamas,” which depicts her as a forceful behind-the-scenes power player in her husband’s administration who often clashes with the president’s top advisers.



Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com

SARASOTA FL: Jeffrey Hill Shot And Killed in Newtown "He didn't have no money, and they shot him anyway", Newtown Thugs Run Wild "Livin the Fast Life".


ABC 7 NEWS SARASOTA - Jeffrey L. Hill has the sad distinction of being the city's first murder victim of the year in Newtown. Now the victim's family is remembering their lost relative, and police are saying now is the chance for the Newtown community to take action.  Police did tell ABC 7 they think there are multiple suspects involved. 

Gang bangers are out of control in Newtown, "Livin the Fast life" shooting up the town at will with everything from .22 caliber handguns to sawed off shotguns to AK-47's. Sarasota Police chief Mike Hollaway's efforts to clean up Newtown have failed.

SARASOTA HERALD TRIBUNE - A man was shot and killed by a robber early Wednesday, January 25th, 2012, as he visited with a friend in her front yard in the Bertha Mitchell public housing complex in Newtown.

Jeff Hill, a 34-year-old Sarasota native, left a trail of blood as he ran away from the scene of the shooting on 23rd Street (near Dixie Ave, SEE MAP CLICK HERE) and collapsed a block away, after he staggered through a vacant lot.

Family members say they could not believe Hill, a father of a 14-year-old girl, was targeted in the early-morning attack. "He didn't bother anybody," his sister Nicole Hill said. "He was innocent, and they didn't have any regard. All these killings need to be stopped. It don't make no sense."

Hill died at Blake Medical Center approximately four hours after the 1:50 a.m. shooting, police say. Detectives say Hill was shot either during the attempted robbery or while fleeing from the robbers. "He didn't have no money, and they shot him anyway," said Hill's grandfather, Calvin Hill.

"FAST LIFE" THUGS....A lifestyle that will land you dead or in jail at any given moment. There are many different ways to live the "fast life". These include drug dealing, robbing or gang banging. The fast life is often a perilous career path for hustlers who make money fast in the streets. Consequently, fast life hustlers that make it to old age without being imprisoned, crippled or killed are rare because negative actions have negative consequences.

Just blocks away from the murder of Jeff Hill, a 34-year-old Sarasota native, on 23rd Street (near Dixie Ave, SEE MAP CLICK HERE), is a mural painted on the Tube Dude building promoting the gang banger "Fast Life Style", see photo above. The Tube Dude building is located at 1001 Central Avenue at 10th Street, Sarasota, FL.

Tube Dude Owner Says Gang Sign Mural Stays, Sarasota City Commission Wants It Down, Tube Dude Got $100 Grand From Sarasota County Commission in Sept. “Wuz up TUBE DUDE?” Last month, Sarasota business owner Scott Gerber said he would paint over the “fast life” mural on his building after some criticized it as encouraging gang activity and giving the northside Newtown neighborhood a bad rap.

But Gerber never got out the white paint, and the mural — depicting two hands with the words “fast life” painted on twisted fingers (West Side Crips Gang Sign) — remains on his Tube Dudes building at 1001 Central Ave. in North Sarasota (near Newtown). The Sarasota City Commission voted unanimously this week to send Gerber a letter requesting that he remove the mural — and do it soon. But Gerber said Friday that he will not budge. 

Back in September 2011, Tube Dude owner Scott Gerber was much more willing to work wih the City and the County when he got $100,000 to expand his business and hire 44 more people, has that happened yet?

Was any of the $100 Grand in Sarasota County money uesd to paint this "Fast Life" gang banger mural on the Tube Dude building?



Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Attorney David J. Stern Sued by DJSP Enterprises and PI Bill Warner While Stern Buys 150 "Five Guys Burger and Fries Franchise's," Foreclosure King takes on Burger King.

David Stern, the Florida foreclosure lawyer who profited off the state’s housing bust before losing his biggest clients Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, was sued by a partner company that claims it was damaged by Stern’s (illegal) foreclosure practices.

DJSP Enterprises Inc. (DJSP), which took on the non-legal foreclosure-processing services of Stern’s law firm and depended on his referrals, said in a copy of a complaint included in a regulatory filing dated Jan. 3 that Stern concealed his business was “systematically engaging in unlawful and fraudulent conduct” in foreclosures.


Those practices jeopardized Stern’s relationships with his biggest clients, including banks and government mortgage companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and the viability of his law firm and DJSP, according to the complaint.  DJSP said the complaint was filed January 3rd, 2012 in Broward County, Florida, MORE FROM THIS SOURCE...

LAW SUIT #1... Broward County Case Number: CACE12000096
Case Type: Fraud;
Plaintiff... Dal Group, LLC
Plaintiff... Djs Processing, LLC
Plaintiff... DJSP Entreprises Inc. FKA Chardan 2008 China Acquisition Corp.
Defendant... Law Offices of David J. Stern, P.A.
Defendant... P&M Corporate Finance, LLC
Defendant... Stern Holding Company-DS, Inc FKA Default Servicing, Inc
Defendant... Stern Holding Company-PT, Inc. FKA Professional Title and Abstract Company of Florida, Inc
Defendant... David J. Stern


LAW SUIT #2...In Sarasota County Court private investigator Bill Warner has an ongoing Libel/Slander Civil Complaint filed against David J. Stern, Law Offices of David J. Stern and two of the Stern associate attorneys.
Sarasota County Court Case Number 2010 CA 010482 NC
Plaintiff Name WILLIAM WARNER
Defendant Name
THE LAW OFFICE OF DAVID J STERN P A
TOMAS KUCERA ESQ
DAVID J STERN ESQ
VIVIEN LEORA LURLENE




ON Jan. 19th, 2010, Chardan 2008 China Acquisition Corp. (CACA, CACAW, CACAU) signed a definitive agreement for a business combination with DAL Group, LLC aka David J. Stern Law Office, a provider of processing services for mortgage lenders and servicers in Florida.  Assuming no redemptions by Chardan shareholders, the current owners of the company, the “Stern Parties” will receive approximately $111 million from DAL and the right to receive another $35 million in post-closing cash. In addition, “Stern Parties” will also hold equity interests, David J. Stern got the bulk of the cash.

My source in Fort Lauderdale tells me that attorney David J. Stern has rolled over his $Millions in foreclosure home profits and the cash he got up front from the Chardan 2008 China Acquisition Corp deal into at least 150 Five Guys Burger and Fries Franchise's, will that be fries with your meal sir?


It appears that David J. Stern is buying "Five Guys Burger and Fries Franchise's" in bulk, Stern is trying to acquire 500 Burger Joints NATIONWIDE, see list http://fiveguys.com/locations/store-list-by-state.aspx



Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com

Black Thug Fugitive Tyree Lincoln Smith Arrested in Hatchet Killing And Eating His Victim's Brain, Could the Panama City Fl Area Be Any More Bizarre.




Just last week, Five Druggies were Arrested in the Murder of 80 year Old Panama City Fl Man, the White Trash Dirtbags Partied While His Body Was in a Freezer. Bay County Sheriff’s Office in Panama City Fl announced the arrest of the fifth suspect wanted in connection to the homicide of Rayond Gsell whose body was found in a freezer.

Now today you have black thug Tyree Smith, 34, of Bridgeport, Conn killing a man with a hatchet and eating his eye and part of his brain and then getting on a bus and heading to the Panama City Fl area.

Tyree Smith, 34, of Bridgeport, Conn., told a family member that he killed the victim with a hatchet, police wrote in a news release. Smith, who was covered in blood at the time, added that "after he bludgeoned the victim he took pieces of brain matter and his eye, which he consumed," police said.

After the confession, Smith took a bus and arrived Monday in Lynn Haven, (JUST NORTH OF PANAMA CITY FL), where he stayed with a female friend, officials said. Investigators were able to locate Smith at 7 p.m. Tuesday night at an apartment on Illinois Avenue SEE MAP CLICK HERE.

The woman he was staying with "was unaware of Smith's actions and is cooperating in the investigation," officials wrote. The Connecticut Post reported Smith is being charged in the death of Angel "Tun Tun" Gonzalez, 43.The newspaper reported Smith had gone to sleep on the back porch of a building, but Gonzalez later woke him and invited him in from the cold. Once in Gonzalez's apartment, Smith killed Gonzalez, according to an affidavit the newspaper obtained, MORE FROM THIS SOURCE......

LYNN HAVEN, Fla. – A Florida man has been arrested for allegedly hacking to death a Connecticut man and eating the victim’s eye and part of his brain.  Police in Lynn Haven, Fla., said Wednesday that 35-year-old Tyree Lincoln Smith was arrested Tuesday night on a Connecticut warrant for murder. According to police in Bridgeport, Conn., Smith was covered in blood when he told a relative on Dec. 16 that he had killed a homeless man with a hatchet and eaten pieces of his brain and his eye.

The relative contacted authorities after the victim’s body was discovered Friday. Police say Smith left Connecticut that day on a Florida-bound bus. Lynn Haven police say federal, state and local law enforcement officers took Smith into custody at an apartment without incident.


Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com 

Monday, January 23, 2012

FBI’s Long Island Gang Task Force and DHS Takes Down 5 Violent MS-13 Dirtbags "Livin The Fast Life" In Brentwood LI.


Five Members of the MS-13 Street Gang Indicted for Murder, Conspiracy, Assault, and Armed Robbery in Brentwood Long Island NY. Charges Include the November 2009 Murder of 15-Year-Old Christopher Hamilton and the August 2010 Obstruction of Justice Murder of Rigoberto Gomez.

MS-13 Gang "Fast Life" Bradenton Fl...The MS13 gang, aka Mara Salvatrucha 13, is one of the most violently dangerous gangs in the United States – and one of the most organized. The MS13 gang has cliques, or factions, located throughout the United States and is unique in that it retains is ties to its El Salvador counterparts. With cliques in Washington DC, Oregon, Alaska, Arkansas, Texas, Nevada, Utah, Oklahoma, Illinois, Michigan, New York, Maryland, Virginia, Georgia, Bradenton Florida, Canada, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, and several other South American countries, the MS13 gang is truly “international” and on the verge of becoming the first gang to be categorized as an “organized crime” entity, see story below on recent MS-13 take down that included the FBI’s Long Island Gang Task Force and agents from the United States Department of Homeland Security.


 
U.S. Attorney’s Office
January 23, 2012 Eastern District of New York
(718) 254-7000
Major Thefts/Violent Crime, New York Top Stories, Organized Crime/Drugs, Press Release

EARLIER TODAY, A —count indictment was unsealed at the U.S. Courthouse in Central Islip, New York, charging five members of La Mara Salvatrucha street gang (the MS-13) with murder in aid of racketeering, assault with a dangerous weapon in aid of racketeering, armed robberies, firearms offenses, and related conspiracy charges.1 Two of the defendants, Jose Alvarenga, also known as “Fosforo,” and Hector Torres, also known as “Smiley,” are charged with the murder of 15-year-old Christopher Hamilton in 2009, and the murder of Rigoberto Gomez in 2010, both in Brentwood, New York.


All five defendants are in custody. Alvarenga and Torres will be arraigned later today before United States District Judge Joseph F. Bianco, and the other three defendants will be arraigned later this week. When Torres was arrested, law enforcement authorities recovered a defaced 9mm semi-automatic handgun, 9mm ammunition, .22 caliber ammunition and 12 gauge shotgun shells.

As detailed in the indictment and the government’s detention letter filed earlier today, on November 20, 2009, Alvarenga, the leader of the Brentwood Locos Salvatruchas (BLS) clique of MS-13, ordered several MS-13 gang members to attack suspected rival gang members at a house party on American Boulevard in Brentwood. After arming the MS-13 members with a .22 caliber rifle and a semi-automatic handgun from the BLS clique’s arsenal, Alvarenga led them the American Boulevard house.


Minutes after arriving, at least three rifle shots were fired by gang members into a crowd of people outside the house—one of them striking Christopher Hamilton in the temple, killing him. Alvarenga is the fifth MS-13 member involved in the Hamilton murder to be charged federally, including the shooter who was a juvenile at the time of the murder and whose case remains under seal.

The indictment and etention letter also allege that in August 2010, members of the Sailors clique of the MS-13 suspected that MS-13 member Rigoberto Gomez was cooperating with local law enforcement. As a result, the Sailors put a “green light” on Gomez, authorizing other MS-13 members to kill Gomez on sight. In the early morning hours of August 31, 2010, defendant Hector Torres, then second in command of the BLS clique, together with a Sailors clique member, who has also been charged federally, spotted Gomez as they drove through Brentwood.

They (MS-13) lured Gomez into the car, inviting him to smoke marijuana with them at the nearby Freeman Avenue Park. After exiting the car, Torres stepped behind Gomez and fired a bullet from a .357 caliber revolver into the back of Gomez’s head, and fired a second shot into Gomez’s head after the victim fell to the ground. Torres then handed the gun to the other MS-13 member, who fired a third shot into Gomez’s head.


The indictment also charges Alvarenga and Francisco Ponce, also known as “Spoiler,” with a non-fatal shooting that took place on July 24, 2008, in Timberline Park in Brentwood; Ponce, Freddy Fuentes-Gonzalez, also known as “Pitufo,” and Joyser Velasquez, also known as “Baby Boy,” with the February 15, 2009, conspiracy and armed robbery of the Pollo Campero restaurant in Lindenhurst, New York; Ponce and Velasquez with the December 19, 2009, conspiracy and armed robbery of the Wilson Express Corp., a check-cashing and money transfer business in Patchogue, New York; and Velasquez with a January 20, 2010, conspiracy to rob a McDonald’s restaurant in Smithtown, New York.  If convicted, each defendant faces a maximum sentence of life in prison. In addition, Alvarenga and Torres, who are charged with the Hamilton and Gomez murders, respectively, each face mandatory life in prison, or the death penalty.


“The MS-13 thrives on violence—violence directed at suspected rivals, as in the Hamilton murder and Timberline Park shooting, violence against its own members, as demonstrated in the Gomez murder, and violence directed at innocent, hard-working Long Islanders, as demonstrated in the armed robberies charged in this indictment,” stated United States Attorney Lynch. “Today we mark the latest product of the tenacious investigations conducted by the FBI’s Long Island Gang Task Force.” Ms. Lynch extended her grateful appreciation to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office for its assistance in this case.

FBI Assistant Director in Charge Fedarcyk stated, “The indictment illustrates two ongoing themes. MS-13 continues to use violence, including cold-blooded murder, to intimidate rivals and enforce discipline within its own ranks. Charges include the point-blank execution of an MS-13 member suspected of cooperating. And, the FBI and the Long Island Gang Task Force will continue to make cases and arrest MS-13 leaders and members.”

“Gangs are like a cancer on our communities, and unless we deal with them directly, effectively and immediately they will continue to grow,” said Suffolk County Police Department Acting Commissioner Webber. “We will steadfastly work with our local and federal law enforcement partners to put an end to their violent criminal acts.”
The government’s case is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorneys John J. Durham and Raymond A. Tierney. The charges announced today are the latest in a series of indictments by the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York against members of the MS-13, a violent international street gang. Over the past decade, more than 150 MS-13 members, including the leaders of a number of the MS-13 cliques on Long Island, have been arrested and convicted on federal felony charges in this district, including federal racketeering and murder charges.

These prosecutions are the result of investigations led by the FBI’s Long Island Gang Task Force, comprising agents and officers of the FBI, Suffolk County Police Department, Nassau County Police Department, Nassau County Sheriff’s Department, the United States Department of Homeland Security, Homeland Security Investigations, the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department and the Suffolk County Probation Department.

The Defendants:
JOSE ALVARENGA (a/k/a “Fosforo”) Age: 22
FREDDY FUENTES-GONZALEZ (a/k/a “Pitufo”) Age: 28
FRANCISCO PONCE (a/k/a “Spoiler”) Age: 29
HECTOR TORRES (a/k/a “Smiley”) Age: 20
JOYSER VELASQUEZ (a/k/a “Baby Boy”) Age: 27



Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com 






Sunday, January 22, 2012

Five Druggies Arrested in Murder of 80 year Old Panama City Fl Man, White Trash Dirtbags Partied While His Body Was in Freezer.


Druggie....A person who uses illegal drugs daily, they can range from marijuana users to heroin users. Most "druggies" have two states of being: On drugs or Withdrawing from drugs. They are also usually "out of touch" with everybody or they do not enjoy being with non-drug users such as the five white tradh druggies who murdered Raymond Gsell in Panama City Fl.

Bay County Sheriff's Office in Panama City Fl announced the arrest of the fifth suspect wanted in connection to the homicide of Rayond Gsell. BCSO Warrants deputies located Dale Emmett Hill, DOB 2/12/64, at a trailer located at June Avenue and 15th Street in Panama City FL. Hill was taken into custody without incident and was charged with Accessory After the Fact to Murder.

The Bay County Sheriff’s Office originally arrested four suspects in connection to the murder of Raymond Gsell. Gsell’s body was found Saturday morning, 1/21/2012, in a chest type freezer at his home at 3905 W. 27th Court Panama City Fl.

Investigators in the BCSO Criminal Investigations Division arrested Ashley Nicole Knowles, DOB 11/15/87, of 3706 W. 22nd Street, Panama City, on a charge of Accessory After the Fact Open Count of Murder; Judy Lynn Gsell, DOB 9/11/64 her photo above, of 3905 W. 27th Court, Panama City, on a charge of Murder; Dawn Ruthann Ross, DOB 1/20/85, of 3706 W. 22nd Street, Panama City, on a charge of Murder; and James Timothy Wilson, DOB 2/4/60, of 3706 W. 22nd Street, Panama City on a charge of Accessory After the Fact to Murder.


James Timothy Wilson was on felony probation, he had prior drug arrests and a prior arrest in April of 2010 for battery on a person over 65 years of age.


Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com