Wednesday, May 10, 2017

THE COST OF "WORKING SOMETHING OUT" WITH THE TRAINED LAWYER

PACIFIC DAILY NEWS: Denied documents cost taxpayers, director $10,170

"The case is related to attorney Robert Klitzkie’s complaint against the Land Management director for not making available public records related to a Yona seminary property."  FULL STORY

See CERTIFICATE OF TITLE FIASCO

(By the way. We're not done with this...Jackie.)

9 comments:

  1. Just plain ol sad. It just shows how screwed up land management really is from the TOP. I now question what other back room deals have people made through those loopholes like this and through people who SWORE to uphold the office of land management director. I think Borja should've been fined more since $1,000 of his own is probably pocket change.

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    1. Let's not forget that it was the AG who "worked something out" with the trained lawyer. Borja was just the fall guy. Read about it "Fiasco." It was also the trained lawyer who bought and paid for the false certificate of title.

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    2. Oh I haven't forgotten about the AG's office as well. With Ms. Finney and that trained lawyer, it's just proving how corrupted this government is.

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    3. Are you implying that Borja "worked something out" with the Trained Lawyer, Jackass Jackie Tenorio, for a fee and that's why you say the $1,000 is just pocket change ?

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    4. Borja is a holdover from Apuron's cadre of lackeys and is a Neo sympathizer. His arrogance is typical of those who rode on Apuron's coattails.

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    5. 4:24. The correct last name for the Trained Lawyer is "Terlaje." Borja didn't work it out. He was just the fall guy. The AG, contrary to her own pervious counsel to Borja, reversed that counsel and "worked something out" other than what was required by law, with the trained lawyer. It's all explained in CERTIFICATE OF TITLE FIASCO (see tab above).

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    6. I know Borja was the fall guy and that the trained lawyer worked out some back room deal with ms. Finney from the AG's office but how could Borja NOT be involved in that back room deal when he's the director of land management? Everything had to have passed THROUGH Borja. As for the $1,000 fine, I'm sure Borja makes more then that in a single payday. So that's like pocket change to him.

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    7. I'm not excusing Borja, but the AG clearly intervened. There was a reason. Just remember that if she ever tries to get elected to anything else.

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  2. I wonder if a request to Rev and Tax can be made on the monies fundraised at Santa Rita parish.

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