Saturday, January 11, 2014

Los Angeles City Attorney's Pattern & Practice re. False Threat Allegations & KL Email to CIA

From: Kelley Lynch <>
Date: Sat, Sep 14, 2013 at 8:02 PM
Subject: Re:
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To the City Attorney of Los Angeles,

Your prosecutor has relentlessly lied about me.  I am now being
criminally harassed over the issue.  So are others.  I understand
starstruck/sycophant prosecutors but I'm not sure I understand the
lies to LAPD's TMU.

When does your office take responsibility for your actions?  Ever?
The threat needs to be credible and that is AT ISSUE.

Kelley Lynch

On 9/14/13, Kelley Lynch <> wrote:
> To the CIA,
> I want to focus on whether or not the alleged "implied threat"
> Valentine drone card to the FBI (and others) was credible.  My
> appellate attorney thought Streeter's LIES to LAPD were criminal
> obstruction of justice.  Now, this woman has lied about me
> extensively.  See attached if it interests you.  It is an evil and
> pathetic story.
> Stephen Gianelli has been criminally harassing me, my sons, and others
> since 2009 and now would like me to apologize to Streeter who set me
> up and targeted my sons.  I absolutely believe, as do some of my
> lawyers, that she attempted to sabotage the IRS and discredit me.  Of
> course, the fact that the DA doesn't want the Spector verdict
> overturned is a no brainer.
> The consequences of my actions?  Well, let's see - I didn't accept 50%
> community property (and a confirmation of my share of the intellectual
> property) to lie about potentially innocent people or even criminals.
> If someone wants to take responsibility for their actions - Streeter
> can send my parents and sons an apology note.
> In the meantime, I would like answers from the CIA.  I was told by
> LAPD's TMU that the City Attorney's office wanted me arrested over the
> issue. Were my pro per communications to my alleged prosecutor
> annoying?  I suppose the complaints to her supervisor were more
> annoying since I was threatened over them - even though LA Superior
> Court advised me to file the complaints with her supervisor.
> All the best,
> Kelley
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From:
> Date: Sat, 14 Sep 2013 13:53:33 +0300
> Subject:
> To: Kelley Lynch <>
> Rather than focus on whether your implied threats emailed to Ms.
> Streeter  were "credible" I would respectfully suggest that you
> analyze whether your scores of accusatory emails to her - viewed in
> the context of the communications she jailed you for engaging in -
> were at least "annoying" and therefore violated a provision of your
> written probation order dated April 17, 2012.
> If the answer to that question is yes then an apology might get you
> further than more unsubstantiated accusations.
> Until you start taking responsibility for the consequences of your own
> behavior you will always be in trouble.
> Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone.

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