Thursday, October 8, 2015



Temecula, CA – In answer to yesterday's request for an APB on our boy Elroy, I mean Benedict Obama, we got two updates from our moles on the ground. The first is for those who might want to take in the Democratic Debate for free, or double your chances if you donate.

You may need a program to be able to identify anyone pass Hillary Rodham Clinton and Bernie Sanders though, as the Democratic Party seeks to confuse all outside their front-runner choice of Mrs. Bill 'They Still Love Him' Clinton. Recently Hillary has been pulling a George Bush trick, repeating the programs/philosophy of the competition by recently coming out against the TPP and vowing to get tough on Wall Street, two of Bernie's main planks. After making millions from Wall Street friends and connections, don't look for Lady Macbeth to bite the hand that knows her.

The national debate will take place next week but one winner will be selected to be flown first class into the event with a two night stay included. Go here to enter, and Good Luck. I entered, who knows, it could be fun. After the jump, the invitation to the Obama's.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015



Temecula, CA – The following is an APB out for this car. It belongs to Barack Obama and wots* is The Prez is back on the West Coast in either LA or SD, this weekend, kicking it old school after closing the TPP toxic trade deal.

Should you see this car, which will be in a caravan Arab sheikh style with other similar vehicles and a police escort plus road closures, please call this number 619-333-9627 immediately and report the location to the So Cal Fair Trade Campaign committee HQ.

Use the words, “Hi, I just spotted Obama at '…' and I live in '…' . If you have any further details like a destination, direction of travel, etc., that would be helpful.

Monday, October 5, 2015



Temecula, CA – Monday morning begins a new work week, so you know it's going to be a long week when something you have worked on, poured your heart into, and seen your friends pour their hearts into, all falls flat to begin the week. Another mass shooting and the TPP took the final step in being approved by all the member nations. All the nations are on board so now it is up to the nation's folks to stop the coming catastrophe.

This report from the Huffington Post:

The United States and 11 other Pacific Rim countries have reached a deal on the most sweeping trade liberalization pact in a generation but the accord on Monday faced initial skepticism in the U.S. Congress.

In a deal that could reshape industries and influence everything from the price of cheese to the cost of cancer treatments, the 12 countries will cut trade barriers and set common standards. Details of the pact were emerging in statements by officials after days of marathon negotiations in Atlanta.

Friday, October 2, 2015



Temecula, CA – They say 'politics is show business for ugly people' but the three men taking the panel stage were anything but ugly. Standing tall and looking proudly cordial were most of the authors of AB266, the state bill everyone who isn't dabbing is gabbing about. On the surface it appears to be a total unraveling of Prop 215 and SB 420, a structure, admittedly loose, put in place by the voters of California 20 years ago. It is the construct through which I obtained my doctor's recommendation to be able to legally ingest an herb found by definition in Gen 1:29-30. I was at this meeting because it was personal, unlike my last visit to a political forum.

Part of the reason I was at this meeting was also to bring back some logic or understanding for my reading audience, 99% who weren't there. Taxation without representation was the main motive and since the panel room was filled to standing room only, I wasn't the only person in the cannabis culture to be concerned about the future of access to cannabis. You could say that I was there to get a lay of the land since these were the 'official' movers and shakers in the beginning bloom of the bud biz. In the hundreds of well-heeled and hipsters, I knew only two faces. If cannabis were a train, I had traveled back to the club car from the engine. The government, in the caboose, had also come up to the club car. We all now shared a common ground.

When the Assemblymen were introduced, you could hear a pin drop as people from all walks inside the cannabis culture sought to see where they would be in the landscape, provided AB266 goes through. Like with Congressman Peters, I was there to see the motivation and background for the backers of AB266.

Temecula: Creepy guy attempts to talk to pre-teen girl near school zone

Temecula, Ca - On Tuesday September 29th, 2015, officers from the Temecula Police Department responded to a report of an unknown subject possibly annoying / harassing a female juvenile near Margarita Middle School on Margarita Road, in the city of Temecula. The incident was reported to have occurred on Monday September 28th, 2015, around 2:50 P.M., as the female juvenile (age 11) was walking away from the school.

As the girl was walking on Margarita Road, she reportedly walked past an older, gray, pickup truck, parked along the curb. The lone male occupant asked the girl a question, which she ignored. According the the Sheriffs press release, the driver may have exited the vehicle and approached the girl on foot or attempted to grab a hold of the girl causing her to run away from the subject.  

The victim described the suspect vehicle as:

Temecula Police and Starbucks to host 'Coffee with a Cop' on October 22

Temecula, Ca - On Thursday, October 22, 2015, from 8:00 am to 10:00 am, the Temecula Police Department will host Coffee with a Cop. The event will be held at Starbucks, located at 41195 Winchester Rd., Temecula. Officers from the Temecula Police Department and community members
will come together in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues, build relationships, and drink coffee. All members of the community are invited to attend.

There is no agenda or formal speeches, just casual conversations about your community, with those who serve. Coffee with a Cop provides a unique opportunity for community members to ask questions and learn more about the police department's work in Temecula's neighborhoods.

The majority of contacts law enforcement has with the public happen during emergencies, or emotional situations. Those situations are not always the most effective times for relationship building with the community, and some community members may feel that officers are unapproachable on the street. 

Thursday, October 1, 2015



Hello Football Fans,

The "good" teams are starting to float to the top, but the next three to four weeks will give us an even better picture. 

Hope all of you are doing well out there.


The Fugitive Commissioner of the FFHL

Wednesday, September 30, 2015



Temecula, CA – What is the state of marijuana today?

That would depend on who you ask. It is important however, to realize that most people believe our world is LxWxH, x,y, and z, or past, present, and future. In the reality I know, the world is made of The Real, The Symbolic, and The Imaginary. Because of this construct the single day event will yield a series of reports detailing the true state of marijuana today, and pot isn't just bustin' out in the United States. Mary Jane Green is spreading across the globe, much the same as any great idea spreads – one bud at a time.

Since cannabis is a complex issue, and one with a very long history we begin our The State of Marijuana Conference series held in Santa Monica last Saturday by asking the basic question put forth by Deborah Peterson Small, executive director of Break The Chains. She addressed a small intimate diverse group of 11 sitting in a half circle sitting in front of her. 'With hundreds of people of color still being arrested daily but gatherings like this which feature entrepreneurs sometimes making millions, like Weedmaps, is marijuana a movement [to end people getting imprisoned for using a proven God given plant] or an industry, young, growing, and offering opportunity? If an industry, why then are people of color still getting arrested while white businessmen are allowed to operate?' 

Ms. Small, a lawyer and social justice advocate whose son works at BofA for spite, gave us her 3 reasons for this which will be listed later in this report, but we of my reading audience who reside in the wings of Shakespeare's Stage, have to do an 'aside' here, for you see, Ms. Small was given 'trash time', a term used by my civic board cousin when informed of the speaker's topic by me the next day. It's called 'trash time' because the staff are starting to clean up and the majority of the conference attendees are already enjoying themselves elsewhere. Was this a slight oversight? Yes. Was it deliberate? No, but it was telling.

Monday, September 28, 2015

Lake Elsinore: Domestic dispute results in car submerged in the lake and a man arrested

Lake Elsinore, California - On September 27, 2015, at 6:24 AM, officers were dispatched to the area of East Lakeshore Drive and Townsend Street reference a report of a vehicle observed leaving the
roadway and entering Lake Elsinore. At 6:26 AM, officers arrived at the location and were unable to locate the vehicle.

Through further investigation, officers learned an ongoing domestic dispute had been occurring at a nearby residence. The dispute began the previous evening and ended when the suspect, later identified as Lyle Joseph Howard (age 28 and transient), took his girlfriend's rental car without her permission.

Upon returning to the residence this morning, Howard and the victim continued the dispute. Howard responded by placing the vehicle in drive. The unoccupied vehicle then traveled down the roadway and into the nearby lake. Although a search of the area was conducted, the vehicle could not be located.

Temecula: One woman dies in collision, two others injured

Temecula, Ca - On Friday, September 25, 2015, at 9:48 AM, officers from the Temecula Police Department responded to a single vehicle traffic collision on Vail Ranch Parkway, south of Johnston Drive. It was reported a gray Mazda sedan collided with a tree at the above location. Officers arrived on scene and found three people inside the vehicle. 

The driver, was not breathing and was pronounced deceased at the scene.  The driver has been identified as Francoise Kershaw, 25 years old of Temecula. The passengers inside the vehicle, a male adult and a female adult, sustained major injuries and were transported to a local hospital for treatment.